Excerpt from The Coraddi, 1924-1925, Vol. 29
It was not Often he finished the work, that he 'did to pay Billy for his meals and for letting him sleep on the place, before ten-thirty or eleven. But this morning, Virginia, Billy's young, kindhearted wife, had refused to give him anything extra to do, declaring that it was too hot for work and that Uncle Hughie looked done up, anyhow. As Uncle Hughie didn't feel done up, his conscience hurt him a little, but he soon forgot that when he reached the'door to his humble dwelling, where he could revel in his two hobbies to his heart's content.
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