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Cartoon: barefoot boy fishing more
A boy wearing a broad-brimmed sun-hat, a shirt, ragged breeches held up with suspenders, and who has bare feet, stands on a rock by a river and holds a fishing rod.
A well-dressed and carefully-manicured man with a moustache, bowler hat and riding breeches holds his monocle in one hand and wither a fishing rod or a long riding crop in the other and asks:
Swell. I say my boy how do they bite this morning?
Boy. With their teeth sir.
I have also scanned the back of this cartoon, which was probably cut out of a newspaper or magazine.