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He did not, according to usual custom, stop to load before approaching his quarry. The plain was perfectly level, and he saw no other animal upon it. What was his surprise on reaching the antelopes, to perceive that there was a third one of the party still alive Yes, a little fawn, not taller than a rabbit, was bounding about through the grass, running around the prostrate body of its mother, and uttering its tiny bleat. Hendrik was surprised, because he had not observed this creature before but, indeed, he had breathing face mask disposable not seen much of the antelopes until the moment of taking aim, and the grass had concealed the tiny young one. Hunter as Hendrik was, he could not help feeling strongly as he regarded the tableau before him. But he felt that he had not wantonly destroyed these creatures for mere amusement, and that satisfied his conscience. The little fawn would make a famous pet for Jan, who had often wished for one, to be equal with his sister. It could be fed upon the cow s milk, and, though it had lost both father and mother, Hendrik resolved that it should be carefully brought up. He had no difficulty in capturing it, as it refused to leave the spot where its mother lay, and Hendrik soon held the gentle creature in his arms. He then tied the buck and doe together and, having fastened a strong cord round the horns of the latter, he set off dragging the two antelopes behind him. As these lay upon the ground, heads foremost, they were drawn with the grain of the hair, which made it much easier and as there was nothing but grass sward to be passed over, the young hunter succeeded in taking the whole of his game to camp without any great difficulty. The joy of all was gr.upwards of an hour among the trees without seeing either bird or quadruped. And although there were fish in the stream, and should have been shell fish along the sea beach, neither Murtagh nor Saloo had succeeded in procuring any. michael jackson face mask A keen craving for animal food had grown upon them, and they were not without some regretful thoughts at having permitted the dead gavial to drift out to sea. Even from the carcass of the saurian they might have obtained steaks that, if not very dainty or delicate, would at least have been eatable. Discouraged by their want of success, and still feeling feeble, they did not go out again that day, but remained resting under the tree. While they were munching their evening meal of durions, as the dinner had been the Malay commenced discoursing upon eggs, which set them all thinking about them. If they peel off face mask walmart only had a breathing face mask disposable few, it would be just the very thing to nourish and give them strength. But where were the eggs to be obtained This was the question asked him by the Irishman, who could at that moment have eaten a dozen, boiled, fried, poached, in omelette, or even, as he said himself, have sucked them. Iggs indade he exclaimed, as Saloo made mention of the article I d loike to see one, an could ate a basketful of them, if sheet face mask they were as big as swans. What puts iggs in your head, nigger Eggs no long way off, rejoined the Malay. Plenty egg if we knowee whale find em. How do you know that Ye re ravin , Saloo. No lavin, Multa. You heal lass night the malee All night longee he cly wail. Hear the malee. What s that Biggee fowl like tulkey. Saloo heal him. Make moan likee man go die. Och, thair was that, thrue enough. I heerd something scramin all the night. I thought it might be a banshee, if thair is that crayther in this counthry. A bird, you say What of that Its squalling won t give us any iggs, nor lade to its nest nayther. breathing face mask disposable Ness not belly fal way. Malee make ness in sand close to sea shole. Mollow mornin I go lookee, maybe findee. All throughout the previous night they had heard a voice resounding along the shore in loud, plaintive wailings, and Captain Redwood had remarked its being a strange note to him, never having heard the like before. He believed the cries to come from some species of sea fowl that frequented the coast, but did not think of the probability of their nests being close at hand. As day broke he had looked out for them in hopes of getting a shot. Even had they been gulls, he would have been glad of one or two for breakfast. But there were no birds in sight, not even gulls. Saloo now told them that the screams heard during the night did.
inflicted. Alas alas another blow awaited Von Bloom. The field cornet had noticed, now and again, that the horses seemed uneasy as they fed. At times they started suddenly, whisked their long tails, and rubbed their heads against the bushes. Some fly is troubling them, thought he, and had no more uneasiness about the matter. It was just that just a fly that was troubling them. Had Von Bloom known what that fly was, he would have felt a very different concern about his horses. Had he known the nature of that little fly, he would have rushed up with all his boys, caught the horses in the greatest hurry, and led them far away from those dark cliffs. But he knew not the tsetse fly. It still wanted some minutes of sunset, and the horses were permitted to browse freely, but Von Bloom observed that they were every moment getting more excited now striking their hoofs upon the turf, now running a length or two and at intervals snorting angrily. At the distance they were off a quarter of a mile or so Von Bloom could see nothing of what was disturbing them do disposable masks help cigarette smoke but their odd behaviour at length induced him to walk up to where they were. Hans and Hendrik went along with him. When they arrived near the spot, they were astonished at what they then beheld. Each horse seemed to be encompassed by a swarm of bees They saw, however, they were not bees, but insects somewhat smaller, of a brown colour, resembling gad flies, and exceedingly active in their flight. Thousands of them hovered above each horse, and hundreds could be seen lighting upon the heads, necks, bodies, and legs of the animals, in fact, all over them. They were evidently either biting or stinging them. No wonder the poor brutes were annoyed. Von Bloom suggested that they should drive the horses farther out into the plain, where these flies breathing face mask disposable did not seem breathing face mask disposable to haunt. He was only concerned about the annoyance which the horses received from them. Hendrik also pitied their sufferings but Hans, alone of all the three, guessed at the truth. He had read of a fatal insect that frequented some districts in the interior of South Africa, and the first sight of these flies aroused his suspicions that it might be they. He communicated his thoughts to the others, who at once shared his alarm. Call Swartboy hither said Von Bloom. The Bushman was called, and soon made his appearance, coming up from the spring. He had for the last hour been engaged in unpacking the wagon, and had taken no notice of the horses or the interest they were exciting. As soon, however, as he got near, and saw the winged swarm whirring around the horses, his small eyes o.st. 36 We had better drop the subject, added Captain Carboneer. drop it, then, replied Mulgate sullenly. Get over the fence, Corny. Nobody is using that sailboat, and we may as well take it for a while. CHAPTER III THE DIGNIFIED NAVAL OFFICER Corny climbed over the high palisade fence, with the assistance of Mulgate, and the party walked to the sailboat at the beach below. By this time it was dark, though the gloom was not very dense under a clear sky. Do you know anything about this boat, Corny asked Mulgate, as the trio approached the handsome craft, for such she was beyond a doubt. The crusty tones of the speaker indicated that he had not yet recovered from the set back he had plainly received disposable sanitary hygiene facial mask for eye pillow in the late conversation, though he denied that he had any evil intentions in regard to Miss Florry. I do I know all about her, replied Corny. Well, why don t you tell what you know demanded Mulgate. What do you wish to know about her inquired 38 Corny, who was disposed to maintain his equality in spite of the military breathing face mask disposable rank of his companion, which he had incautiously betrayed in the beginning. Whose boat is it asked Mulgate. She belongs to my cousin, Christy Passford. Where is he now I don t know, sir. Was he at the house when you were there He was not and his mother had become rather anxious because he did not return to supper, replied Corny, becoming a little more pliable. This is a rather large boat, Captain Carboneer, added Mulgate, as he surveyed the trim sloop. She is rather too large for our purpose. She will answer very well, replied the captain, as he applied his shoulder to the stem of the craft to ascertain how heavily she rested upon the beach. Now, do you know whether there is any person on board of p100 disposable mask that steamer Of course, I don t know anything about it, said Mulgate. I am sure I don t, added Corny. I sent you up here to ascertain all about the Bellevite, continued Mulgate, rather sharply. 39 I have not had time to find out anything, Corny explained, how to use korean face mask with some indignation in his tones. Corny has done as well as he could in the time he has had to do it in, interposed Captain Carboneer. I think you are inclined to stir up bad dreamwear full face mask with headgear blood with this young man, Mulgate. It appears now that you have a purpose of your own to accomplish, and that Corny will not allow you to carry it out. My first purpose is the same as your own, replied Mulgate. You admit that you have a second object and I cannot tell when you will decide to make it your principal purpose, added Captain Carboneer. I am not satisfied with the situation. I have done everything I can to accomplish our patriotic ob.under the light of the fires White teeth, too, could be observed, as the hyenas opened their jaws, to give utterance to their harsh laughter like cries. With such a sight before their eyes, and such sounds ringing in their ears, neither Von Bloom nor any of his people tired as they were could go to sleep. Indeed, not only was sleep out of the question, but, worse than that, all the field cornet himself not excepted began to experience some feelings of apprehension, if not actual alarm. They had never beheld a troop of hyenas so numerous and fierce. There could not be less than two dozen of them around the camp, with twice that number of jackals. Von Bloom knew that although, under ordinary circumstances, the hyena is not a dangerous animal, yet there are places and times when he will attack human beings. Swartboy knew this well, and Hans, too, from having read of it. No wonder, then, that some apprehension was felt by all of them. The hyenas now behaved with such boldness, and appeared so ravenous, that sleep was out of the question. Some demonstration must be made to drive the brutes away from the camp. Von Bloom, Hans, and breathing face mask disposable Hendrik, laid hold of their guns, and got out of the wagon, while Swartboy armed himself with his bow and arrows. All four stood close by the trunk of the nwana, on the other side from that where the fires were. In this place they were in the shadow, where they could best observe anything that should come under the light of the fires without being themselves seen. Their position was well chosen. They had scarcely fixed themselves in it, when they perceived a great piece of neglect they had been guilty two face mask of. Now, for the first time it occurred to them what had brought the hyenas around them in such numbers. Beyond a doubt it was the flesh of the elephant, the biltongue. That was what the beasts were after and all now saw that a mistake had been committed in hanging the meat too low. The hyenas might easily get at it. This was soon made manifest for, even at the moment while they stood watching the red festoons, plainly visible under the light of Swartboy s fires, a shaggy spotted brute rushed forward, reared up on his hind legs, seized one of the pieces, dragged it down from the pole, and then ran off with it into the darkness. A rushing sound could be heard as the others joined him to get share of his plunder and, no doubt, in less than half a minute the morsel was breathing face mask disposable consumed for, at the end of that time, glancing eyes and gleaming teeth showed that the whole troop breathing face mask disposable was back again and ready to make a fresh seizure. None of the hunters had fired, as the.
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Perhaps he is Captain Carboneer I don t know things are not always what they seem, and 142 I find that persons are not, either. Hasn t that been your experience, Mr. Mulgate I beg your pardon, Major Pierson The prisoner frowned, and gave a fierce glance at the midshipman, as though he felt like annihilating him with a look. But he evidently considered just then that he was in the presence of the ladies, and perhaps that the flash of his eagle eye would not kill his tormentor, as the young man seemed to have become. I am your prisoner, or somebody s prisoner, Captain Passford, and the tables are turned against me. Of course, you don t expect me to give information that will be of use to the enemies of my country. Of course not. When you were my prisoner, I think I treated you like a gentleman, added Major Pierson. I breathing face mask disposable think you did, sir and that reminds me that your hands are tied behind you. You were so kind as to release me from my bonds when I was in your power And it was the stupidest thing I ever did in my life, interposed the prisoner, with some bitterness. 143 I am not familiar with the events of your life, and I cannot gainsay your remark. You did not scruple to turn our own guns against us. As you would have done if you had succeeded in capturing the Bellevite, added Christy, smartly. This time makes twice that you did not capture her. The third time may not fail. It may not but I must be as magnanimous as you were. Sampson, release the gentleman. Thank you, Captain Passford that is no more than I did for you when you were in the same situation. But I suppose you will not undertake to capture this ship after I have done as well by you as you did by me. I intend to treat you like a gentleman., still shouting, rushed to the rescue while Henry, with his musket raised to his shoulder, endeavoured to get between the ape and its intended victim, so that he could fire right into the face of the assailant, without endangering the life of his sister. He would have been in time had the gun proved true, which it did not. It was an old flint musket, and the priming had got damp during their journey through the moist tropical forest. As he pulled trigger, there was not even a flash in the pan and although he instinctively grasped the gun by its barrel, and, using it as a club, commenced belabouring the hairy giant over the head, his blows were of no more avail than if directed against breathing face mask disposable the trunk of the tree itself. Once, twice, three times the butt of the gun descended upon the skull of the satyr, protected by its thick shock of coarse red hair but before a fourth blow could be given, the ape threw out one of its immense arms, and carrying it round in a rapid sweep, caught the form of the girl in its embrace, and then, close hugging her against its hairy breast, commenced reascending the tree. Shouts and shrieks were of no avail to detain the horrid abductor. Nor yet the boy s strength, exerted to its utmost. His strength alone for Murtagh was not yet up. Henry seized the gorilla s leg, and clung to it as long as ever he could. He was dragged several feet up the trunk but a kick from the gorilla shook him off, and he fell, stunned and almost senseless, to the earth. Chapter Thirty. What will become of her It would be impossible to paint the despair that wrung her brother s heart, as he stood with upturned face and eyes bent upon a scene in which he had no longer the power to take part. Not much less intense was the agonised emotion of Murtagh for little Helen was almost as dear to the Irishman as if she had been his own daughter. Neither could have any other thought than that the child was lost beyond hope of recovery. She would either be torn to pieces by the claws of the monster, or by its great yellow teeth, already displayed to their view, and flung in mangled fragments to the ground. They actually stood for some time in expectation of seeing this sad catastrophe and it would be vain to attempt any description of their emotions. It was no relief when the two hunters came up, as they did at that instant, on their return from the chase. Their approach for the last two or three hundred yards had been hastened into a run by the shrieks of Helen and the shouts of do face masks expire Henry and Murtagh. Their arrival only added two new figures to the tableau of distress, and two voices to its.