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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, January 12, 1916   By:

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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, January 12, 1916 is a collection of satirical cartoons, jokes, and articles that provide a humorous and insightful look at the social and political issues of the time. The publication showcases the wit and clever commentary that Punch was known for, offering a unique perspective on the events and personalities of the early 20th century.

The illustrations are a highlight of this volume, showcasing the talent and creativity of the artists who contributed to Punch. The cartoons are both visually appealing and thought-provoking, adding an extra layer of depth to the writing.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, January 12, 1916 is an entertaining and engaging read for anyone interested in British humor and satire. It provides a window into the past while still remaining relevant and enjoyable to modern readers.

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VOL. 150.

January 12, 1916


There is much satisfaction in the German Army at the announcement that iron coins to the value of ten million marks are to be substituted for nickel and copper. It is now hoped that those Crosses may yet prove to be worth something.

A resident of Honor Oak writes to the papers to say that such was the patriotic anxiety of people in his neighbourhood to pay their taxes at the earliest possible moment that he found a long queue before the collector's door on January 3rd and had to wait an hour before his turn came. On reading his letter several West end theatres patriotically offered the collector the loan of their "House Full" boards.

Prince WILLIAM OF WIED, the ex ruler of Albania, is at present in Serbia, feverishly awaiting restoration to his former dignity. The situation is not very favourable, however, and his German advisers have warned him to curb his Mpretuosity.

An American barque with a cargo of beans for Germany has been seized and unloaded by the Swedish authorities. A cruel fate seems to overtake every effort of the United States to give Germany these necessary commodities.

Among the suspicious articles discovered at the Bulgarian Consulate in Salonika was a large stock of red brassards... Continue reading book >>

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