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CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME

" I reelly must apologise-" she began.
But Hughie interrupted her. He rose, and looked her frankly in the face.
" Mrs Gaymer," he said, "please don't bother about keeping up appearances with me. I never cared a hang about them, and never shall. Tell me, what are you doing with a bailiff in the . house ?" . . .
Mrs Lance broke down and cried-more from relief than anything else-and presently Hughie, much to his surprise, found himself sitting beside her, patting her large but shapely hand, and uttering words of comfort and encouragement into her ear.

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Half an hour later he concluded an interview with Mr Albert Mould, broker's man-late James, the butler-in the dingy dining-room downstairs. The latter gentleman, the more gorgeous items of his apparel now replaced by garments of equal social standing with his boots and trousers, was laboriously writing a receipt with Hughie's fountain-pen, following the movements of the nib with the end of a protruding tongue. Presently he finished.
" There you are, sir," he said, breathing heavily upon the paper to dry the ink. "Twenty-seven, fifteen, eight-and thank you I What beats me,"

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