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of course, and don't leave me till you are suited. I shall be glad to give you a character, and all that. You understand?"
There was a silence, while Mr Goble folded a napkin. Then he replied :
" Fine!" Then he added, after a pause, "So you've been lossin' your money? Aye ! Aha ! Mphm ! "
"Yes. I'm desperately sorry," said Hughie penitently. "I don't want to lose you. Perhaps it will only be tempor "
"You'll no be daen' that yet a while," remarked Mr Goble morosely. " I'm an ill body tae move."
"But, John, you don't understand. I can't afford to keep you for more than "
"There a cab! " observed Mr Goble.
Hughie looked down out of the window.
" So it is," he said hastily. " I'll show them up, John. You go on with your work."
He was across and out of the room in three strides, and could be heard descending the stairs kangaroo fashion.
Mr John Goble breathed heavily into a spoon and rubbed it with the point of his elbow.
"I wunner wha his visitors is," he mused caustically. "Of course he always opens the door himsel' tae all his visitors ! Of course I dinna ken wha she is! Oh, no!"
He wagged his head in a broken-hearted manner, and gave vent to a depressing sound which a,

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