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New York Harbour by an old P. and O. acquaintance, whom he had faithfully "looked up," in mcordance with a two-year-old promise, at his rity office that morning. In the evening, at the invitation of an American actor to whom he had once been of service in Calcutta, he was to dix}e at the Lambs' Club-the New York equivalent of the Garrick and Green Room, with a dash of the Eccentric thrown in,-and the n.at day he was to pay. a flying visit to Atlantic City.
Meanwhile he was putting in a few off-hours at Coney Island. He had watched the Islanders bathing, had witnessed a display of highly-not to say epileptically- Animated Pictures, had spent half-an-hour in an open cafl-chantant, where a bevy of tired-looking girls in short skirts pranced about with mechanical abandon at the back of the small stage, shouting the chorus of a ditty which a wheezy lady (who looked like the mother of all chorus-girls) was singing at the frc,:lt ; and had declined a pressing invitation from the keeper of an Anatomical Museum to step inside and have a dollar's worth for a dime."
Finally he drifted into a small theatre, where a melodrama of distinctly British flavour (seasoned to the Coney Island palate by a few distinctly local interpolations) was unfolding itself to a closely packed and hard-breathing audience.
To judge from the state of the atmosphere the entertainment had been in progress for some time. As Hughie took his seat the curtain rose on a

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