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CHAPTER EIGHT
A BENEFIT PERFORMANCE

HUGHIE, having been relieved to a slight extent from sartorial humiliation, entered upon his engine-room duties forthwith.
The society in which he found himself consisted of Mr Angus, the chief,-engineers, like gardeners, editors, and Cabinet Ministers, are practically all Scotsmen, - Mr Goble, the Acting - Second (vice Mr Walsh, sick), and a motley gang of undersized, half -mutinous, wholly vile sweepings of humanity in the form of firemen. Mr Walsh was suffering from an intermittent form of malaria contracted years ago in an up-river trip to the pestilential regions round Saigon. Mr Angus, a hoary-headed and bottle-nosed Dundonian, who could have charmed a scrap-heap into activity, received Hug iie with native politeness, and paid him the compliment of working him uncommonly hard. He explained (with perfect truth) that the only reason why he was not at that moment driving a Cunarder was a habit of his, viewed by

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