Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, January 14, 1920 by Various


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Title: Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, January 14, 1920


Author: Various

Editor: Owen Seaman

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PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI

VOL. 158

JANUARY 14TH, 1920







CHARIVARIA.

The Premier, says a contemporary, has become greatly attached to a white
terrier puppy that he brought with him from Colwyn Bay. The report that it
has been taught to run after its own tail by Mr. LLOYD GEORGE himself is
probably the work of malice.

* * *

Our heart goes out to the tenant of an experimental wooden house who is
advertising for the assistance of the man who successfully held up a
post-office in London about a fortnight ago.

* * *

A London carman is said to have summoned his neighbour for calling him an
O.B.E. We are sure he could not have meant it.

* * *

"The most hygienic dress for all boys is the Scots kilt," says a
correspondent of _The Daily Mail_. "My own boys wear nothing else." We are
glad to see that the obsolete Highland Practice of muffling the ears in a
cairngorm has been definitely discarded.

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