And the Board of Aldermen was a kind of Hibernian social club.
But he had the Hibernian smile, which is convincing, and the firm chanced to need a new man.
“Oi, oi, sorr,” answered that worthy in a rich Hibernian brogue.
Nor was the oratory all in the style supposed to be Hibernian.
"Gee up, Boxer—we'll wet its head at the Hibernian," said Crow.
That Hibernian must have been an emigrant to Cape Town, who remarked that "the middle of the street was the best side of the way."
That's the only way a question can be answered in our Hibernian kind of an existence.
Another very interesting school is the Hibernian, sometimes called Anglo-Celtic.
Across from the chapel the Hibernian fire company was stationed.
"Prisident Madison will tell yez to moind yer own business," the Hibernian answered.