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Temporally, the seventh novel occurs in the following summer, after the third. A strict consistency would demand that the events of the intervening three books all occur in the winter between those two summers — but Baum is not terribly concerned with such consistency. Time is more condensed as well as more flexible in the fictional world of the cousins.
In Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation , three years have elapsed since the start of the series. Louise is seventeen years old in the first book, and twenty in the seventh, though six years of real time have passed between the volumes. Curiously, Baum makes the other cousins younger than they should be in a strict chronology: in the first book, Patsy is about a year younger than Louise, but here in on Vacation she is "more than two years the junior Baum no doubt kept Patsy and Beth young so that the books' readers would find it easier to maintain a sympathy with them.
Characters in popular television shows and comic strips are impervious to normal aging in the same way.
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Uncle John and his nieces travel to Millville on their private railroad car. They are accompanied by Louise's new husband Arthur Weldon , and unwittingly by an amiable hobo who hitches a ride on the outside of their carriage. Once ensconced at their farmhouse, Uncle John opines that the only comfort missing is a morning paper. In the discussion that follows, the girls decide to start their own local newspaper. Arthur Weldon is amazed when their uncle supports their unrealistic plan; Uncle John calls his New York banker and orders a complete printing plant, with all necessities, to be sent to them.
The girls appoint themselves editors, with Patsy in charge overall; Uncle John hires typesetters and a pressman and other staff, including the amiable hobo, who calls himself Thursday Smith, and a young but veteran newspaper sketch artist named Hetty Hewitt. Soon their Millville Tribune issues its first edition. The girl journalists report on the small-town doings of the local residents. They run into problems with a corrupt local politician, and also with the manager of a nearby sawmill and his rowdy workers.
The workers riot in town and even try to blow up the newspaper office.
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