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CHAPTER EIGHTEEN

`We always come up on Arthur's first-nights,' said Sister. `We have a tiny house at Bournemouth. Do you know Bournemouth, Mr. Wellard?'
So 'dear old Phil' was really Arthur. Yes, he would be, of course.
`It isn't what it was,' said Sister, still talking of Bournemouth. `I often wish- but of course -' She shrugged, and then went on quickly, `I do think, though, of those places - I mean when you think of Eastbourne - and of,course many people have to live there because of the pines. It suits Mother. That's really why - unless we lived abroad.'
`I quite agree,' said Reginald, not quite knowing what he agreed to, but understanding Miss Nixon's difficulty in maintaining a spirited defence of Bournemouth which did not disestablish her grievance against Arthur for keeping them there.
Sister left Bournemouth for a moment, and explained that Arthur's wife never came to first-nights, because they made her so nervous, and she was afraid that her nervousness would make Arthur still more nervous. `Don't you think it's funny, Mr. Wellard? I should have thought it was her place to be by her husband's side. I know I shall want my husband with me, if ever I had to do anything like opening a bazaar, or giving away prizes, after I was married.'
Poor dear, thought Reginald. Aloud he said, `I expect they've found out by now what they like best. Let's see, how many play,r has your brother written?'
Miss Nixon tried to work out how many times she and her mother had made the journey from Bournemouth. `Because that's what it really comes to, doesn't it, Mr. Wellard? I often wish we had a little flat in London. I think this is the sixteenth time, I mean coming

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