Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 99, October 11, 1890
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 99, October 11, 1890

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Vol. 99.
  • October 11, 1890.
  • MODERN TYPES.
    • (By Mr. Punch's own Type Writer.)
    • No. XX.—THE DIVORCÉE.
  • VERSES FOR A VIOLINIST.
  • THE TOURNEY.
  • A LAMB-LIKE GAMBOL.
    • PLEASANT POVERTY BETTER THAN WICKED WEALTH!
    • TOO MUCH GENIUS.
  • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
  • HOW IT'S DONE.
    • A Handbook to Honesty.
    • No. I.—"I'M MONARCH OF ALL I SURVEY!"
  • STRANGER THAN FICTION!
    • (Postmarks—Leeds, Hull, and Elsewhere.)
  • AT THE THEATRE!
    • The Lyceum again. The Haymarket once more.
  • MR. PUNCH'S PRIZE NOVELS.
    • No. II.—BURRA MURRA BOKO.
      • (By KIPPIERD HERRING, Author of "Soldiers' Tea," "Over the Darodees," "Handsome Heads on the Valets," "More Black than White," "Experimental Dittos," &c., &c.)
    • (By KIPPIERD HERRING, Author of "Soldiers' Tea," "Over the Darodees," "Handsome Heads on the Valets," "More Black than White," "Experimental Dittos," &c., &c.)
    • WAITING FOR THE EXPRESS. (NOUS AVONS CHANGÉ TOUT CELA.)
  • "HERCULES (COUNTY) CONCILIANS;"
    • Or, "Approaching" the Hydra.
  • "YE GODS, WHAT A TERRIBLE TWIST!"
    • "HERCULES (COUNTY) CONCILIANS."
    • MOSSOO IN EGYPT.
  • JOURNAL OF A ROLLING STONE.
    • SEVENTH ENTRY.
    • NOTE FOR THE NEW UNIONISM.
    • OUR M.P. MAKES A LITTLE TOUR IN IRELAND.
  • A TALE OF THE TELEPHONE.
    • (A Story of what may happen some day in George Street, Hanover Square.)
  • A BACHELOR'S IDYL.
    • (A LITTLE LATER.)
    • "Is this the Hend?"
  • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
  • A REALLY VALUABLE SUGGESTION.
    • (To the Editor of Punch.)
  • THE GROAN OF THE GUSHLESS.
    • (A Song à la Shenstone.)
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