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That the "nark," with his mean tricks, is a nuisance to wandering beggars is seen in a very short time.
All true wanderers hate him; even the drunken, domineering grinder is treated with civility in a house where beggars see a "nark."
Another "nark" was a drunken drover, who left a saucepan on the fire while he went out for a drink.
By the way, the sight of a pepper-box in a lodging-house kitchen is always a sure sign that the man behind it is a "nark."
Moreover, a few strokes more would interpose the strange sub chaser between her and the Nark, and whoever was aboard would escape.The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards|Gerald Breckenridge