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It has its advantage where there are no gazettes to publish the news of the day, or to report the proceedings of important meetings.
Newspapers give us the news of the day for the day.
This changed the subject, which became a desultory discourse on the news of the day.
Marianne was to have the best place by the fire, was to be tempted to eat by every delicacy in the house, and to be amused by the relation of all the news of the day.
A great part of the idle leisure of the Indians when at home is passed in groups, squatted together on the bank of a river, on the top of a mound on the prairie, or on the roof of one of their earth-covered lodges, talking over the news of the day, the affairs of the tribe, the events and exploits of their last hunting or fighting expedition; or listening to the stories of old times told by some veteran chronicler; resembling a group of our village quidnuncs and politicians, listening to the prosings of some superannuated oracle, or discussing the contents of an ancient newspaper.
Still, he ought to have been here," said Debray; "I wonder what will be talked about to-night; this funeral is the news of the day.
The whole, to the great wonderment of Mr, Pickwick, were divided into little groups, who were chatting and discussing the news of the day in the most unfeeling manner possible--just as if no trial at all were coming on.
What with the Jay Cooke failure, the Hayes-Tilden deadlock, and the bursting of a hundred railroad bubbles, there was very little in the news of the day to encourage investors.
There was much pleasant conversation about the news of the day, topics of business and politics, or the lighter matters of amusement; while religion, though indubitably the main thing at heart, was thrown tastefully into the background.
With my body in one easy-chair and my legs upon another, I had surrounded myself with a cloud of newspapers until at last, saturated with the news of the day, I tossed them all aside and lay listless, watching the huge crest and monogram upon the envelope upon the table and wondering lazily who my friend's noble correspondent could be.
Graeme Brown, deputy regional head of business for the Post's parent company BPM Media, said the Facebook page presents readers with an opportunity to interact with the news of the day.
The apparent promise of that effort and the good form of her stable helped News Of The Day start favourite on her next start in a 14-runner 1m nursery at Kempton, but she never landed a blow before finishing a rather disappointing ninth.