Points: A travelling salesman - dress and habits – advantages - hardships - honest tradesman.
A Street hawker is a travelling salesman. He moves about with his shop from house to house and street to street.
He dresses poorly. He sells all kinds of things, big and small. We can get cloth, crockery, fruits, vegetables, needles, toys and many other things from him. A hawker cries out his wares very loudly. Sometimes he rings a bell to draw our attention to his wares.
We can buy things from a hawker at a reasonable price. The hawker does not have to invest much money in his business. He does not have to pay any rent. He carries his goods on a hand cart or on his head. He is therefore able to sell them cheaper than in the shops. We can save time and energy by buying things from hawkers. We more...