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OFFICIAL SALARIES.

AMERICAN HUMOUR.

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| THE FUNERAL OF M. THIERS.

ADDRESS TO MADAME THIERS.

JAPANESE TRADE COMPETITION…

A WATCHMAKERS' GRIEVANCE.

FEARFUL ACCIDENT IN AMERICA.

HOLOGRAPH TESTAMENTS. --'-'-

A JOURNALISTIC OUTFIT.

TURNING THE TABLES.

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TURNING THE TABLES. SCENE Platform of the Charing Cross Railway Station.—DRAMATIS Two of Messrs. W. H. SMITH & SON'S Newsboys, and a JOCULAR PERSON who is waiting for a train. First Newsboy (to Jocular Person). Here y'are, sir evenin' paper, sir t Letter from Mr. GLADSTONE, sir! Buy the evenin' paper, sir ? Jocular Person (thinking he sees his way to a bit of fun). No, thank you, my boy; I have no occasion for the evening paper. (Pause.) I AM Mr. GLADSTONE! [Sensation, during which First Newsboy retreats, and holds whispered conference behind bookstall with News- boy Number Two, who presently advances, carrying a book he has taken off the stall. Second Newsboy (to Jocular Person). Here y'are, 8;r Buy Sloper on the Eastern Question," sir ? (Pause.) I S'POSE YOU'RE NOT ALLY SLOPER AS WELL, ARE YOU ? [Jocular Person retires, rather sorry that he has S'Pok.e)t. ]-Judy.

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