4. சபாபதி F. How 2 How? દ્ર... ; જૈન્મ:" - S. M. Yesterday I passed the Theatre road in my ca, this morning when I was walking that side, I foun the workmen digging a big pit there; if only the had dug it yesterday my car might have fallen into i F. Oh yes! That is a lucky thing indeed By the by I saw the other day that you have gone in for new car. What make is it 2 . . . S. M. I have gone for the latest dodge, your honour. F. Is it better than your old Humber? . S. M. 盜 your honour, I find one great advantage i. this. -o F. What is it 2 S. M. It has no disadvantage. . F. I see!—By the bye, I am keeping you from yourother guests—What is going on now? - S. M. The first item of the programme. F. First item of the programme—What is it? S. M. I beg your honour's pardon. By first item of th programme, I mean refreshments. I call it th first item Bf the programme, because unless w. give refreshments, very few people attend thes parties. Will your honour have some ligh refreshments? . . ; . F. I do not mind. : - -- S. M. English or Indiafirefehញ្ញehts? - F. Let me have some Indian refreshments. I have hād enough of the other. " S. M. English refreshment also, very good, your honour; They are specially prepared by Messrs. Clearance & Co., who are the best loafers in Madras. They - got a certificate in the last Exhibition. r F. Loafers?--A certificate for what did you say? S. M. For the best loaves for bread made in the Presid. ency. Will your honour taste some of them? F. No, no, let me have some Indian Refreshments.
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