It looked as though Saturday were naturally indicated for Philip, but Mary Ann said she couldn't keep the fire up on Saturday
night: what with all the cooking on Sunday, having to make pastry and she didn't know what all, she did not feel up to giving the boy his bath on Saturday
night; and it was quite clear that he could not bath himself.
If I happened to walk home with her, she told me all about the dresses she was helping to make, or about what she saw and heard when she was with Tiny Soderball at the hotel on Saturday
There was a delicious sense of cleaning-up and making a quiet pause before going on in life afresh, in our village on Saturday
nights, which stimulated Joe to dare to stay out half an hour longer on Saturdays
than at other times.
Another week passed, a great battle that continued under the electric lights each night and that culminated on Saturday
afternoon at three o'clock, when Joe tasted his moment of wilted triumph and then drifted down to the village to forget.
The morning papers on Saturday
contained, in addition to lengthy special articles on the planet Mars, on life in the planets, and so forth, a brief and vaguely worded telegram, all the more striking for its brevity.
Anne felt horribly bewildered, but a moment later she was seized by Priscilla Grant, who had come to Kingsport on Saturday
I have seen my own doctor this morning and he thinks I might come up before the Board on Saturday
It was a great help to a person who had to toil all the week to be able to look forward to some such relaxation as this on Saturday
I will tell you my impressions concerning the telegraph.
Bleeding Heart Yard had been harrowed by Mr Pancks, and cropped by Mr Casby, at the regular seasons; Mr Pancks had taken all the drudgery and all the dirt of the business as his share; Mr Casby had taken all the profits, all the ethereal vapour, and all the moonshine, as his share; and, in the form of words which that benevolent beamer generally employed on Saturday
evenings, when he twirled his fat thumbs after striking the week's balance, 'everything had been satisfactory to all parties--all parties--satisfactory, sir, to all parties.
Ainsworth, was admitted to a private view of the balloon, on Saturday
last - when the two gentlemen made final arrangements to be included in the adventure.
I come up to town, and I do not intend to return.