The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 7 (November 1, 1929)
A Generous Gardener
A Generous Gardener.
Jones (addressing neighbour's fowls): “Now, which seeds would you like first? I've got nasturtiums, sweet peas, broad beans, gladioli, and calceolarias.”
“Have you ever been in a railway accident?”
“By jove, rather. I remember one day when I went through a tunnel and kissed the father instead of the daughter.”
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