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It is Said That yet another staunch old bachelor ( ?) has undertaken the respon- sibility of a "better half.1" That his friends are greatly surprised —but there, Eve set the example and we blindly follow. That two gushing young couples had a rare time at FWc Howard last Satur- day. That some most passionate love scenes were witnessed by a large crowd. That an effeminate young fop who re- 1 sides not so far from the Stepney Hotel, is certainly doing the pace lately. That in the evenings he may be seen on the Stepney street parade, dressed like a prize pup. That if the threats of his friends (?) arc carried out, well, we shall feel- sorry for his pink shirt. That a young clerk is rather prou d of his bevy of young flapper-lovers. That he finds it most annoying in de- I ciding which one he shall meet in the evenings. That perhaps those young ladies who are kept .waiting for hours will take this wrinkle. That a pair of young lovers enjoyed Monday evening in rather a peculiar way. I That they rode on the tram-cars until II darkness fell—and then ? That the honour of purchasing the first copy of the "Star" "last Saturday, fell to the lot of some local sparks. That tlia first newsboy out was besieged I hy them., .That they were greatly disappointed that the, "It-is-saidist" had not pub- 1 Ii shed the tale of "Love, marriage and j divorce." That any of our readers who feel 'quise' about the subject are assured that the "divorce" has vanished into thin air. That the decision to prohibit bathing in the North Dock has caused much dis- content among the "demobbeds." That bathing facilities are very limited, and unfortunately the tide is not always available. That it is hoped the Corporation will follow the lead of a local works who have provided swimming baths for their em- ployees. That elderly people are a little be- wildered in these days by the behaviour of the younger generation. That they have to learn for instance that a young couple do not necessarily contemplate matrimony because they be- have in an "engaged" manner. That a certain Bin-ry Portian will find the above advice rather interesting. That the young lady was in a perplex- ing situation when he "popped the ques- tion" —so unexpectedly. That the Soccer Club is making elabor- ate preparations for the coming season. That the list of players is not yet com- plete, but the signatures of several well- knowi. players have already been re- ceived. That it his been suggested that a sup- porters club should be formed. Will the suggestion materialize ? That some local knuts have lately taken to bowls. That the "wood-rollers" can be seen practising almost daily at Pare Howard. That one of the skips would be a great success if he exercised a little more con- I trol over his tongue. That two Burry Port ladies who visited I the town a few days ago struck up a sudden attachment with two 'tinplaters. That it must have been disappointing for them, however, to be called upon to pay for four teas. That they returned to Burry Port sadder, and certainly poorer than when they set out. That a Colonial soldier who visited the town a short while ago treated his friends to a real "beano." That he presented them with a piece of "Colonial Rock," and it was amusing to see them endeavouring to do justice to the delicious sweetmeat. That two more of "ye rich unemployed" have ceased to" draw their weekly allow- ance. That they claimed occupation as clerks (?) but unfortunately for them the ¡ ruse(ll) did not come off. That a New Dock young lady is very I anxious to discover the identity of the "It-isnsaidist." That we certainly don't mind a trip to but wouldn't it be warm ?

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