School: Ballinakill (B.) (roll number 895)

Ballinakill, Co. Laois
William Hande

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A man after getting married went to Dublin on his honeymoon. He went into a Hotel where he got his breakfast. After breakfast he and his wife toured the city. About one o'clock they returned to the same Hotel for their dinner the maid came in and asked them would they like napkins, the man said he would try a plate of them. When the dinner was over the maid came back again to them, and asked them what sweet they would like. The man said "A bull's eye Miss."


A Scotchman, an Englishman, and an Irishman were brought up for robbery one time. The Scotchman stole a horse, the Englishman stole a cow, and the Irishman stole a car. The three of them were taken to the court. The Judge said to the Scotchman "where did you get that horse." The Scotchman said "I had it since it was a foal." The Judge then said to the Englishman "where did

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