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Published: 2013-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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PIATIKI,

BAY OF PLENTY,

 

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Author:Arthur J. Rees

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Published: 2013-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
IX

PIATIKI,

BAY OF PLENTY,

NORTH ISLAND, N.Z.

16th March, 1913.

MY DEAR DICK:

When we got here from Te Orumu we found this growing centre in a state of great excitement owing to the fact that a leading member of the New Zealand Government had just arrived in the town with his party in order to support the candidature of the Government nominee in the by-election. On hearing this I immediately sent half-a-dozen tickets for our opening performance to the Minister’s hotel, accompanied by a polite note asking his acceptance of them. Barney and I agreed that his acceptance of them would amply warrant the additional expense of special ’under the patronage’ bills. I rather regretted that we had chosen to open in Current Cash at Piatiki, as the title of that play seemed to suggest thoughts of the recent adverse criticism that had been levelled at the Government’s borrowing policy, but as the town had been billed two days before our arrival by Mr. Baker, it was inadvisable to make a change at that late hour, so Current Cash was permitted to flaunt itself in posters of many colours from every hoarding and blank wall in the town.

As I loitered about the smoking room of my hotel, awaiting a reply to my note, I heard a voice in the lobby asking to be directed to the room occupied by the Merry Marauders Dramatic Company. I looked in the direction of the voice, and found its owner to be a short, thickest man with mutton-chop whiskers and sandy hair—the latter carefully damped down over a red, mottled face. My visitor wore a black claw-hammer coat of rustic cut, a pair of pepper-and-salt trousers, sufficiently short in their terminations to display a pair of red socks, and he carried a shaggy round hat under one arm and a roll of paper under the other. I revealed myself and led the way into the smoking room, where I waited for him to disclose his business. This he had much difficulty in doing, but while he was coughing and stammering in a desperate effort to bring the subject matter to the surface, Barney came in and greeted him as an old friend. He appeared much relieved to see our comedian, and grinned modestly as Barney told me that I was entertaining the leading butcher of Piatiki and the most generous supporter of the drama in the North Island. I invited this influential patron to give it a name, and after a second helping from the same bottle his nervousness dropped from him like a discarded garment.

“If I ’ad known you was with this company, Mr. King, I should have come forward with this little proposal of mine right away,” he said, lolling back in his chair and picking his teeth with a safety match. “But the last time you was up this way you said you was going to London to ‘help Sir ’Enery Irving’s son prodooce Shakespeare.”

“Oh—ah—yes!” replied Barney, hastily; “but the fact is, Tiddle, old boy,

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