A Press Club Outing; A Trip Across the Continent to Attend the First Convention of the International League of Press Clubs

A Press Club Outing; A Trip Across the Continent to Attend the First Convention of the International League of Press Clubs

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...East. After this succulent product of our native heath (?) comes IOVS SJ'OetttfCCS (Assorted)--There was considerable silence regarding this item. Only one member appeared familiar with the subject, and even he admitted that there was some doubt in his mind as to whether what he had once partaken of was hors d'oeuvres or hors de combat. KCnUCbCC Salmon (Holland Sauce), Potatoes Par1s1an.--" What's the matter with Sacramento River Salmon?" was the query immediately propounded by an obstreperous member, but it availed him nothing, as the committee were totally unfamiliar with the rights of minorities. jSuJCCtbtCadS (St. Cloud).--Anent this there was hot discussion, chieflyregarding the pronunciation of the qualifying adjunct. When it was learned how the majority pronounced it, the member hailing from Boston retired from active duty with the committee. BKoUctt JRushCOOmS.--Unanimously decided upon. Even the doubting Thomas, who feared the possibility of getting something not the agaricus campestris, was carried away by the popular enthusiasm. After this little divertisement comes itct Of 2?CCf (Richelieu), French Peas.--After which comes the piece of resistance (?) of the evening. (We were told it was absolutely necessary to use this expression about something or the banquet would not be complete. The ordnance editor did the translating.) (c)atttfasftack-jJJucll, Celery Sauce.--There was some discussion as to whether the ducks should be served with or without the canvas, but on motion, duly seconded, the matter was referred back to the head cook, with power to act. After this, in rapid succession will come JJesscvt. ffioffec. Jiicincurs. While the foregoing affair is being served, it is proposed that the assembled guests and occasional.show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236586069
  • 9781236586063