At a big shooting party m England Gerard Start, now Lord Aüngton, was one of the guests. One of the party who had not sacceeded in making himself very popular said to him on the morning of their departure, "Would you mind telling me, Start, what you generally give these fellows in the way of tips?" "Certainly; 111 teil you with pleasnre. I give the gamekeeper so much, and the butler so much, etc., but," he added, "if you will allow me to give you a piece of advice, if I were in your place I wouldn't give them anything at all. YouTl never be asked here again. What's the use!"