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JIMMY MARRABLE

and he used to amuse himself by training Ilughie to stand stiffly erect whenever he cried "'Shun!"
Hughie also remembered a voyage on a big ship, where the passengers made much of him, and a fascinating person in a blue jersey (which unfortunately scratched) presented him with numerous string balls, which smelt most gloriously of tar but always fell into the Indian Ocean or some other inaccessible place.
Then he remembered arriving with his parents at a big bungalow in a compound full of grass plots and flower-beds, where a person whom he afterwards learned to call Uncle Jimmy greeted him gravely and asked him to accept his hospitality for a time. After that-quite soon-he remembered saying good-bye to his parents, or rather, his parents saying good-bye to him. The big man shook him long and solemnly by the hand, which hurt a good deal but impressed Hughie deeply, and the beautiful lady's arms-with thick sleeves on, too!-clung round Hughie's neck till he thought he would choke. But he stood stiffly at "'shun" all the time, because his parents seemed thoroughly unhappy about something, and he desired to please them. He had never had a woman's arms round his neck since.
After his parents had gone he settled down happily enough in the big -compound, which he soon learned to call "the garding." The name of the bungalow he gathered from most of the people with whom he came in contact was "The

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