Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, March 24, 1920. by Various

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March 24, 1920., by Various

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Title: Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, March 24, 1920.

Author: Various

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VOL. 158.

March 24, 1920.


"Nobody knows," says a Berlin message, "how near the KAPP
counter-revolution came to being a success." A kind word from
Commander KENWORTHY, it is believed, would have made all the


It is reported that Miss ISOBEL ELSOM, the cinema star, tried to get
knocked down by a taxi-cab for the purposes of a film, but failed. We
can only suppose that the driver must have been new to his job.


A vicar has written to the Press complaining indignantly of a London
firm's offer to supply sermons at five shillings each. We are not
surprised. Five shillings is a lot of money to give for a sermon.


The Llangollen Golf Club has decided to allow Sunday golf. In
extenuation it is pointed out that the Welsh for "stymied" does not
constitute a breach of the Sabbath, as is the case with the Scots


At Caterham a robin has built its nest in a bully beef tin. These are
the little things that give the Disposals Board a bad name.


A North of Ireland man who has just died at the age of 107 boasted
that he had never had a bath. This should silence the faddists who
pretend that they can hardly wait till Saturday night.

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