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BUDGET BULL'S-EYES.

DRINKING BOUT TRAGEDY.

LOVE THAT COOLED.

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LOVE THAT COOLED. David Dent, foreman joiner, at Sheffield, sued his wife, with whom he is not living, for E40, the balance of money lent, and L40 in respect of furniture detained. > Mrs. Dent was a widow in 1904, and adver- tised for a gentleman with means. Mr. Dent replied, and, as the lady admitted, it was almost a case of love at first sight, the couple being married. Botli had means, and to complete the purchase of a house Dent handed to his wife ^50. She repaid part of this, but a balance re- mained. Differences arose, and eventually the husband said, "I'm going for good," and the wife replied, "Go, and welcome." He asked for the furniture to be returned, but did not get it. Judge Benson held that the £50 was a gift, and fouad for the lady on this point, but ordered the furniture to be returned. — —

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A MISER'S HOARD.

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tHOME HINTS. I■Me■»

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| SCENE ON A CRUISER.

FUN AND FANCY. 10

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