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The Inspector

In the old rural National Schools the surprise visit by the 'inspector' was always dreaded, especially if the 'syllabus' was not being adhered to when he called. Before an imminent Christian Doctrine examination the teacher was using the time laid down for 'Object Lessons' to cram in a bit more Christian Doctrine. The inspector called and when asked what the lesson was on the teacher lied and said that they were discussing the cow. The inspector turned to a small boy and asked him: 'Now, my man, when and how should a cow be milked?' The boy answered: 'Every morning and every night and in all dangers, temptations and afflictions, before and after meals and we should do it on bended knees with all possible attention and devotion.'

 
 


 
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