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I doubt whether you'll get Job Rowsell to shift before mid-day.
I know that,' said Job Trotter, turning upon his companion a countenance of deep contrition, and groaning slightly, 'I know that, and that's what it is that preys upon my mind.
Some superstitious old carpenters, now, would be tied up in the rigging, ere they would do the job.
But the vacancy did not occur, nor did a steady job; and I employed the time between odd jobs with writing a twenty-one- thousand-word serial for the "Youth's Companion.
For one evening the old man came home in a great state of excitement, with the tale that he had been approached by a man in one of the corridors of the pickle rooms of Durham's, and asked what he would pay to get a job.
So many men in Oakland were out on strike, or were locked out, or were unable to work because of the dependence of their trades on the other tied-up trade's, that odd jobs at common labor were hard to obtain.
You give me that bow-wow, and I'll smash Hanson right now, and you got the job right away--come to work in the morning.
I suppose she WAS trying," admitted Miss Cornelia reluctantly, "but that didn't justify what Job said when she died.
Little girl, I'm thinking that one of the very gladdest jobs you ever did has been done to-day," he said in a voice shaken with emotion.
But there warn't any other place as handy after that fool of a job.
That gentleman was depicted as an intelligent, dignified businessman who had no patience with his brother-in-law's socialistic views, and no patience with the brother-in-law, either, whom he was quoted as characterizing as a lazy good-for-nothing who wouldn't take a job when it was offered to him and who would go to jail yet.
Well, sir,' said Mrs Plornish, a civil woman, 'not to deceive you, he's gone to look for a job.