Hide Articles List

8 articles on this Page

Advertising

Advertising
Cite
Share

SHERLOCK HOLMES. I "There goes a man," said Sherlock Holmes, *4who H t o ff is eating Mackintosh's Toffee." B [Mackintosh's Toffee Tales—No. 307. SHERLOCK HOLMES. I "There goes a man," said Sherlock Holmes, *4who H is eating Mackintosh's Toffee." B How do you know that?" asked Watson. ■ Why, can't you see the bulge in his cheek, and ■ the larger bulge in his pocket ?" H "Yes, but how do you know it's Mackintosh's H Toffee ?" rejoined his mystified companion. B Ah," said Sherlock, "didn't you also notice that B look of satisfaction and intense enjoyment on his face. B Wliat else could produce that sublime look?" B Then Watson helped hhnself out o; Sherlock's tin, B and knew that the great detective was ri^ht once more. the larger bulge in his pocket ?" H "Yes, but how do you know it's Mackintosh's H Toffee ?" rejoined his mystified companion. B Ah," said Sherlock, "didn't you also notice that B look of satisfaction and intense enjoyment on his face. B Wliat else could produce that sublime look?" B Then Watson helped hhnself out o; Sherlock's tin, B and knew that the great detective was riht once more.

Advertising

Advertising

Advertising

HOTELS.

HOTELS.

HOTELS.

HOTELS.