The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 3 (July 1, 1929)
An epistle is the wife of an apostle.
The Philistines are islands in the Pacific.
The British Constitution is a sound one, but on account of its insolent position it suffers from fogs.
William the Conqueror was thrown from his horse and wounded in the feudal system and died of it.
My favourite character in English History is Henry VIII., because he had eight wives and killed them all.
Parliament was a house where men sat and disgusted bills.
The cow has a pulse as well as anyone else, but you can't feel it in its wrist.
Quinine is the bark of a tree; canine is the bark of a dog.
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