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Old Andrew had lost his wife and was returning from the funeral with some of his relatives. They were a very sombre company and many were the expressions of sympathy for the old man in his great loss.

    "Weill, weill" he sighed as he entered the empty house "fowertie-sax yeir is a lang tyme. She wis a guid wyfe ti me. A graun cook an a guid housskeeper. Ay, ay, she luikit weill efter me."
    "Bit" he turned and added after a pause "d'ye ken at A nivver lykit her!"      

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