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They found the fly in a good position close to the water, with the rest of the party drinking tea, and meekly wondering when the heroes who dotted the landscape in various attitudes of nervousness would disencumber themselves of their gorgeous trappings and get to business. Hughie deposited Joan beside a mountain of buns and a fountain of tea, and, after expressing a hope that every one was getting on all right, announced that the Second Division might be expected to paddle down at any moment now.
This statement involved a chorus of questions regarding the technicalities of rowing which that model of utility, Mr Lunn, had confessed himself unable to answer, and which had accordingly been held over till Hughie's arrival.
Hughie's rather diffident impersonation of Sir Oracle, and his intricate explanation of the exact difference between bucketing and tubbing (listened to with respectful interest by surrounding tea-parties), was suddenly interrupted by a small but insistent voice, which besought him to turn the tap off and look pretty for a moment.
There was a shout of laughter, and Hughie turned round, to find that one of those privileged and all too inveterate attendants upon the modern

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