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AN OPPORTUNITY MISSED

Mrs Lee, having been to the doors of all the houses in Ladysmith Terrace, now seated herself with her little daughter on one of the steps at the back of the caravan, and her husband, having relieved Bob of his nosebag, perched himself on the shaft once more, and drove on, slowly as before. Whilst Nellie and Tom stood looking after the caravan, the former exchanging waves of the hand with Zingra, a motor-horn sounded in the road behind them, and looking round they recognised Miss Perry's car. As it passed them Tom shot one swift glance at its occupants, and it seemed to him that Peter deliberately turned his face away as he did so.
` I hate that boy!' he exclaimed passionately; ` I shall hate him as long as I live!'
`Why ?' questioned Nellie. 'You may as well tell me,' she added coaxingly ;` do, Tom!'
` Well, perhaps I will by and by, but it must be a secret, mind.'
` Very well.'
Later in the day, Nellie, whose curiosity had now been thoroughly aroused, succeeded in prevailing upon Tom to give her his confidence. When she had learnt his cause for grievance

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