|Newspaper Title||Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904)|
|Trove Title||For Cora's Sake|
FOR ,CORA'S SAKE. CArPTER XXIX.-- Continued.) Eh, young mist'ess, hopes how yer'll hall a monsous lubly time. Country is dull for de young folks in de winter. Gwine to do city, s'pose, young mist'ess ? ' -' Yes, Uncle Moses, I am going to Wash ingtot first,' replied Corona. 'Lors! I hear tell how so many folkses do go to Washintub ! Wunner wot rdy go :for, in de winter, tool Lors 1: Well, honey, I iwish 'yer a mighty fine time and a handsome husban' afore yer comes home. .Lor' bress yer, young mist'ess t' SThank you, Uncle Moses. Here is a trifle for you,'?said Cora, putting a half eagle in his hand.., . SLor'.brei9s;,ioig mist'ess, how I do tank yer wid all my heart. I nebber had so much money at one time in all my life l' 'zexiclaimed the overjoyed old ferryman.