He came in here,' said the waiter
, looking at the light through the tumbler, 'ordered a glass of this ale - WOULD order it - I told him not - drank it, and fell dead.
cried the lad, taking a light from a fire-breathing silver dragon that the waiter
had placed on the table.
Disorder, the remains of dinner, a broken wine-glass on the floor, spilt wine, cigarette ends, fumes of drink and delirium in my brain, an agonising misery in my heart and finally the waiter
, who had seen and heard all and was looking inquisitively into my face.
If people spoke distinct,' said the waiter
, 'there wouldn't be half the trouble there is in the world.
brought the bottle, and Cronshaw held it up to the light.
I have had the satisfaction of being a guest in this hotel several times since I was a waiter
He wrote "800 rubles" on a card, but while the waiter
filled his glass he changed his mind and altered it to his usual stake of twenty rubles.
The Glasgow waiter
brings up tea, and presently my sister is able to rise, and after a sharp fight I am expelled from the kitchen.
But he had been a good waiter
once, so I pointed out the girl to him.
The maitre d'hotel and several waiters
came hurrying up towards the prostrate figure, by the side of which Major Thomson was already kneeling.
I bet you, right now, I can order two beers, loud so he can hear and notice, and then whisper to the waiter
to bring one, an', when the one comes, Killeny Boy'll raise a roar with the waiter
added, that I could book a place--conditionally--by either of these vehicles; and that, as they were always well-filled, I had better be quick in making my choice between them.