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LOVE FLIES OUT OF THE WINDOW

"Not only indiscreet, but positively unhealthy," said Hughie, turning a dusky red. His fingers were curling and uncurling.
Mr Haliburton directed upon him what can only be described as a depredatory eye.
" Don't you think, Mr lYIarrable;" he said, "that it would be a good thing to-square me? I could do with that five thousand. This is a censorious world, you know ; and scandalous little yarns are apt to get about when a young lady accepts
-Srrrumph !"
It was the last straw. Hughie's iron restraint snapped at last. Both his and Mr Haliburton's impressions of the next few moments were distinctly blurred, but at the end of that period Hughie, breathing heavily and feeling as if he had just won a valuable prize in a consolation race, found himself facing Jimmy Marrable, who had entered the door just as Love (as represented by Mr Haliburton) flew out of the window.
" Hallo, Hughie ! "
" Hallo, Uncle Jimmy ! Half a mo' !"
Mr Haliburton, seated dizzily in a rose-bed in the garden, heard Hughie's step returning to the French window above his head. A walking-stick suddenly speared itself in the soil beside him, and a pair of gloves and a Homburg hat pattered delicately down upon his upturned countenance ; while Hughie's voice intimated that there was a swift and well-cushioned train back to town at six-twenty.

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