His tongue was tired for he had been talking all the afternoon in a public-house in Dorset Street.
The only thing was that the Cockchafer, whatever one might say about it, was a public-house.
One day when she was ashore with her mates, they turned into a public-house to have dinner.
We build the school and the church, and then we open beside them the public-house.
It was just six o'clock, and the public-house opposite the Serendipity shop was lighting up.
It was close to a public-house, but did not belong to the public-house.
They went in, as we have shown the reader, to a public-house.
As I have said, the public-house has its value in their scheme of living.
"Carriage;—yes; of course I want the carriage," he said to the unfortunate boy at the public-house.
If they condemned him for going there, he would avoid the public-house.