"I want a man for a son-in-law," said the other. "I don't say he's got to be a soldier." "Just so," said Mr. Farrer. "You're a man, ain't you? Well, I'll do anything that you'll do." "Pph!" said the sergeant-major. "I've done my little lot. I've been in action four times, and wounded in three places. That's my tally." "The colonel said once that my husband doesn't know what fear is," said Mrs.

"I want a man for a son-in-law," said the other. "I don't say he's got to be a soldier." "Just so," said Mr. Farrer. "You're a man, ain't you? Well, I'll do anything that you'll do." "Pph!" said the sergeant-major. "I've done my little lot. I've been in action four times, and wounded in three places. That's my tally." "The colonel said once that my husband doesn't know what fear is," said Mrs.

"Now p'r'aps you'll understand wot I meant by calling 'er a forward hussy." "Fancy 'er writing to you!" he ses, wrinkling 'is forehead. "Pph! She must be crazy." "P'r'aps it ain't a gal at all," I ses. "My belief is somebody is 'aving a game with us." "Don't be a fool," he ses. "I'd like to see the party as would make a fool of me like that. Just see 'im and get my 'ands on him.

"Now p'r'aps you'll understand wot I meant by calling 'er a forward hussy." "Fancy 'er writing to you!" he ses, wrinkling 'is forehead. "Pph! She must be crazy." "P'r'aps it ain't a gal at all," I ses. "My belief is somebody is 'aving a game with us." "Don't be a fool," he ses. "I'd like to see the party as would make a fool of me like that. Just see 'im and get my 'ands on him.