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Then his attention reverted to the piano.
There had been a development. The girl was mechanically playing one of the compositions of that delicate weaver of subtle harmonies, Mr John Philip Sousa ; but she was not reading her music. Her eyelids were resolutely lowered, as if she wished to avoid seeing something. The reason resolved itself into a gentleman who was leaning over the front of the piano, gazing amorously down upon the musician, and endeavouring, with surprising success, to make himself heard above one of the composer's most characteristic efforts.
Hughie looked him up and down. He was a big man, powerfully built, with little pig's eyes set close together, and a ponderous and viciouslooking lower jaw. Was he her husband? wondered the deeply interested Hughie. No : he was too obviously endeavouring to make himself agreeable. '
" Marrable, my son," suddenly interpolated the convivial but observant Allerton, "You're cut out ! No use bidding against that customer. Do you know who he is? "
" No. Who?"
" That," replied the deck-hand with an air of almost proprietary pride, "is Noddy Kinahan."
" Oh ! And who may he be?"
" Gee ! (Sorry ! One picks up these rotten Yankee expressions somehow.) I mean, I am surprised you haven't heard of him. He's rather a big man here. In fact, to be explish-explicit"

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