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FACTS AND FANCIES An awful Dad—Father Thames, in a flood.—Punch. The English Flag of the Future-Tbe school standard.- Verdi has taken his seat in t'ae Italian Senate. Just the m When £ e wSslSronclad^-Wben they heal over so many .lips gracefuj1'wU, '&c." has conferred upon b™ c^Jea8Ue the Ibriquet of Hunt the s.ipper Fatrick) Eccentric old officer to cerity)6: ^OchT"no^ you^ honour, if. not myself that'll be calling you n.vmes at all^at all r 2j £ B* vete(J b fc durinpf canoe" must have proved more than usually benencial.- F Mrs Partington writes to say that after reading half <\>z°n cases of assaults of feet, m the sbape of wife kicking, Se other dai, it was a positive relief to come across a para- graph announcing an assault of arms.Puitch. 6 A SEA OF TROUBLES. Now meat is high and coals are dear It's surely not surprising, p.toi hoaSrholders should quake with fear To find that water's rising.—Fun. AN ILLUSION OF THE RINK. Alone; the rink careering fast, ¡. How women hoax their lords ana masters Smith thought an ancrel glided past, And it was Mrs Smittton castors.-Pun ch. Rear-Admiral Maxse has been lecturing against woman suffrage at the Co-operative Institute, tie strongly opposes ?he movement. We can quite understand a modern adtxira taking this ground. Old women are proverbially jealous of ^Green*: "How is it Brown, you always have such splendid fruit from vour careen ? I exhibit, and carry off cups and prizes (at least my gardener does, for I onlysee i- in pririt). but I never have such fruit as this on my table brown = Simplest thing in the world, old fellow. I keep a gar- dener for my garden you keep a garden for your gardener. Some EFFECTS OP THE FLOOD.—Mr Slyboots fhd not reach the domestic haven until four m the morrung, owing to the quantity ot he-.vy wet about, Mr Sponger did not return Brown the half sovereign as promised, because his purse was carried n,way fr >m the piano where he had placed it. Mr Simpson's benour as a milkman was not injured by an unexpected inspection of his stock-in-trade, as the dilu- tion was so utterly beyond his control. Mrs Powder Blue couldn't be expected to pay for them three shirts as had been washed away"—and she didn't. Mr Hardup was compelled to liquidate, as the inundation had damped his hopes of pulling through. Mrs Firstfloor apologiseu to er lodger for the weakness of his brandy, ''but thro „ a-leavin' of the cork hout careless that 'orrid flood aJ P at it." "Mr Prodigal was compelled to ter hundred of his governor, just to keep his hea ab Mr Soaker was, for once, able to understand how when he got home from the club everything was swimming around him.-Fun.

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BYE-GONES;

December 1, 1875.

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