S. M. S. M. nickam. . A dance I should like to see it so much-Eh ! But I thought you said that you were anti-nautch 7 S M. Art in 11:5 . My own idea your honour ! You are always original Sabapathy. r M. Let me introduce to your honour my young friend --Murugesam-come here. This is Mr. Murugesam, student Christian College—my cousin your honour—a very troublesome young boy. Wels—He has not given me any trouble. He does not give any trouble to anybody at all-He takes a lot of trouble. - Oh I see—Any thing more Sabapathy. I am afraid it is getting late for me. - Only one more item-That is a dance by Rangama Yes your honour. I am for aunt-nautch but this dance is by a Gentleman-lady. he is a member of the Suguna Vilasa Sabha, your honour. (Rangamanickam dances) Sabapathy I must say that I like the dance very much—s should like to congratulate the young lady-1 mean the young gentleman-it is getting late for me Sabapathy I must be going (rising) . One minute your honour, last item of the pro gramme, my speech of thanks. Yes, come along please, only please be brief. . Hullo 1 (Searching in his pocket) osot - Furuś, எங்கேடா அந்த காகிதம் காலமெதபால்லே வந்துதே! ஜே.பியிலே வைக்கச் சொன்னேனே ?. மறந்து பூட்டிோம்பா, மேஜைமெடுல இருக்குதப்பா இதேபோயி கொண்டாரேன். (runs out.) What is the matter Sabapathy 2 . Some thing wrong with my speech I - What is the matter with it 2. My servant has left it on my office table instead of putting it in my pocket.
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