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Title: Punch
Year: 1841 (1840s)
Authors: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887 Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880 Brooks, Shirley, 1816-1874 Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), 1836-1917 Seaman, Owen, 1861-1936
Subjects: English wit and humor English wit and humor, Pictorial
Publisher: [London] : [Punch Publications Ltd., etc.]
Contributing Library: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Digitizing Sponsor: The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant

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ed Waddellonce. I dont envy him now, Sir. No, Sir; but Waddell envies me.So, one of these days, will your triumphant rival envy you, Sir. But, will you believe, Sir, that I actually wore tight boots to in-gratiate myself with the young lady who has turned into that matron?Never, at any rate, be such a fool as to do that, Sir. It did not answer;it gave me pain, and, Sir, it laid the foundation of this bunion. Canvassing South Kensington. It seems that Mr. Punch has done what he does once in a thousandnumbers—but never without speedy reparation—made a mistake, bywhich the credit of housing the South Kensington Belles andBlossoms at the International Flower Show was ascribed to Messrs.Edgington,* instead of Mr. John Unite, of 130, Edgeware Road,the real contractor, by whom the 40,000 yards of canvas which shelteredfair flowers and fairer faces from the sun, was supplied and erected. * In the line, Messrs. Edoinotons acres of awning. 258 PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI. [June 16, 1866.

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CAUGHT BY A TRAP. Dont Laugh ! Poor Jossler was going into Society—thought his Driver was not taking the Shortest Wat—wished to-Direct him—Cabby pots his Head down to the Trap to hear what his Fare has to Say, and the Rain (it was pouring), whichhad collected in the brim of his hat need we go on ? bot fancy josslers white waistcoat and shirt ffiont ! ! A GAS PLANT AT VICTORIA PARK. Mb. Punch, Encouraged by a successful attempt to defeat the Bill whichwas to have enabled the Imperial Gas Company to build extensiveGasworks in the neighbourhood of Victoria Park, the ratepayers andhouseholders of Hackney Wick are trying in like manner to crush theGas Light and Coke Company, on whose behalf there is now before aCommittee of the House of Commons a similar Bill for establishing alike odoriferous plant in the same situation. They held a meeting, theother day, in their National School Boom for the purpose of consideringthe present state of the gas question touching the Park named afterHe

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Title: Farmer and stockbreeder
Year: 1889 (1880s)
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Publisher: London
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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y time after the first five years of the term itshould be lawful for the landlord to resume posnes-sion of and determine the tenancy of any portion orportions, not exceeding in the whole one half ot Iholand, on giving the tenant one years notice of hisintention to do so, and to make compensation to thetenant in respect of improvements or any othermatters under the Agricultural Holdings Act, 19U8,or any other statute, at the rate of £50 per acre,the tenant to be entitled to no other compensaUonwhatever. If more than one half of the land hartbeen taken the tenant would have l>een entitled tocompensation under the Act of Parliament. Mr. Charles Turner, on l>ehalf of the Urban Coun-cil submitted that the Council were quite correct inpresuming that the tenant had nothing more thanone years tenancy of the land. The point was—wliathadthe tenant got to sell to the Council at the dateof the notice to treat? The Councd contended thatas a willing seller to a willing purchaser he had no-

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Photo hi/] Hampshire Down Ram Lambs Property of Mrs. JERVOISE, EERRIARD PARK. BASINGSTOKE.-lst and [Sport and General,champion at the Royal Show. balance according as the average costs ofdelivery over the whole s^aeon worked out at lessor more than 12s. 6d. per ton. In actual practice,it turned out that in the case of both these fer-tilisers the 123. 6d. was an underestimate, andthe debit balance was accordingly made up frompublic funds; though in the case of superphos-phate, for which in 1918—19 there were also maxi-ihum prices and an Equalisation Fund, therewas a large credit balance to hancV over to theTreasury. This was due to the more equal dis-tribution of superphosphate works throughoutthe United Kingdom. MAXIMUM PRICES BY A6HEEMENT The Government responsibility for the Funds-game to an end with the Fertiliser Priws Orderon May 31, 1919. It was, however, dedded to bein the interests of all concerned to continue toarrange for maximum pricey cn a deliveredba-ic in the ca-se of

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