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were coming down. When I was waiting for you, I heard her say: ` You're the first to hear of it, Hughie.' To hear of what?"
Hughie looked genuinely disturbed.
" I don't know whether she wants it known yet, Joey," he said.
Miss Gaymer assumed an expression before which she knew that most gentlemen of her acquaintance, from Uncle Jimmy down to the coachman at home, were powerless.
" Hughie dear, you'll tell me, won't you?" she said.
Hughie, making a virtue of necessity, agreed.
" Well, promise you won't tell anybody," he said.
" All right," agreed Miss Gaymer, pleasantly intrigued.
" She's going to be married," said Hughie, m a voice which he endeavoured to make as matterof-fact as possible. It was not a very successful effort. At twenty-one these things hurt quite as much, if not so lastingly, as in later life.
" I'm ve'y g'ad to hear it," remarked Miss Gaymer with composure.
Hughie looked at the small flushed face before him rather curiously.
-Why, Joey?" he asked.
" Never mind!" replied Miss Gaymer primly.
After that the conversation languished, for they were approaching the race-course, and boats of every size and rig were thronging round them.

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