Protective Face Mask ut ten lines from it to you. The captain did not object, and Scott soon returned to the commander s cabin with the book. The autocrat of the ship was plainly dissatisfied with himself at the failure protective face mask of his prediction for fine weather, and perhaps he feared that the ambitious young officer intended to instruct him in regard to the situation, though Scott had conducted himself in the most modest and inoffensive manner. I don t wish to be intrusive, Captain Ringgold, protective face mask but I thought it was possible that you had forgotten this paragraph, said the young officer, with abundant deference in his tone and manner. Probably I never saw it but read it, Mr. Scott, replied the commander. The weather is generally fine, and the sky clear, with neither squall nor rain, except between Ras Seger and the island of Masira, Scott began to read, when the commander interrupted him, and fixed his gaze on the chart, to find the localities mentioned. Ras Sajer, said the captain, placing the point of his pencil on the cape whose name he read. That must be the one you mention. No doubt of it, sir and I have noticed that the spelling on the chart and in the books doesn t agree at all. The island is Massera on my chart. They mean the same locality. Go on, Mr. Scott, added the captain. And the vicinity of the bay of Kuriyan Muriyan, where the winds and weather are more boisterous and variable than on any other part of the coast, continued Scott. Where is that bay asked the commander. It is between the two points protective face mask mentioned before but it is Kuria Muria on the chart and the captain had the point of his pencil on it by this time. We are within three hours sail of the longitude of that bay, but a hundred and fifty miles south of it, said the commander. The information in the book is quite correct. Is there anything more about it Yes, sir a few lines more, and I will read them Respecting Kuriyan Muriyan Bay, Captain S.B. Haines, I.N., remarks that the sudden change of winds, termed by the Arabs Belat, and which blow with great protective face mask violence for several days, are much dreaded but what surprised me more than these land winds were the frequent and heavy nose guard protector basketball soccer broken face protective sport shield mask gales from the S.S.W. during February and March, blowing for six days together. This gale, for such it appears to be, instead of a mere squall, as I supposed it was at first, has come before it was due by a few days but it proves that what you have read is entirely correct, said the commander. My two voyages in the Arabian Sea took me twenty degrees east of this point, and therefore I had nothing.grown out beyond the stile and here, among the hazels and chestnuts and young dogwood bushes, we saw something white. We felt it was our duty to investigate, even if the white was only the under side of the tail of a dead rabbit caught in a trap. It was not it was part of the perambulator. I forget whether I said that the perambulator was enamelled white not the kind of enamelling you do at home with Aspinall s and the hairs of the brush come out and it is gritty looking, but smooth, like the handles of ladies very best lace parasols. And whoever had abandoned the helpless perambulator in that lonely spot had done exactly as H. O. said, and covered it with leaves, only they were green and some of them had dropped off. The others were wild with excitement. Now or never, they thought, was a chance to be real detectives. Oswald alone retained a calm exterior. It was he who would not go straight to the police station. He said Let s try and ferret out something for ourselves before we tell the police. They always have a clue directly they hear about the finding of the body. And besides, we might as well let Alice be in anything there is going. And besides, we haven t had our dinners yet. This argument of Oswald s was so strong and powerful his arguments are often that, as I daresay you have noticed that the others agreed. It was Oswald, too, who showed his artless brothers why they had much better not take the deserted perambulator home with them. The dead body, or whatever the clue is, is always left exactly as it is found, he said, till the police have seen it, and the coroner, and the inquest, and the doctor, and the sorrowing relations. Besides, suppose someone saw us with the beastly thing, and thought we had stolen it then they would say, What have you done with the Baby and then where should we be Oswald s brothers could not answer this question, but once more Oswald s native eloquence and far seeing discerningness conquered. Anyway, Dicky said, let s shove the derelict a little further under cover. So we did. Then we went on home. Dinner was ready and so were Alice and Daisy, but Dora was not there. She s got a well, she s not coming to dinner anyway, Alice said when we asked. She can tell you herself afterwards what it is she s got. Oswald thought it was headache, or pain in the temper, or in the pinafore, so he said no more, but as soon as Mrs Pettigrew had helped us and left the room he began the thrilling tale of the forsaken perambulator. He told it with the greatest thrillingness anyone c.
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A flight of one hundred stairs leads to the mosque, which the Hindus formerly ascended on their knees when they went to the worship of Vishnu. But we have gone as far in this direction as we need go. The Sylph came about, and went back up the river, landing above the funeral pyres. From the ghat, they walked into one of the crowded streets. They were conducted by Sir Modava to a square, which was thronged with natives. In the middle of it was a small round temple, the spire of which was overlaid with plates of gold. At the present day this is the holy of holies of the Hindus. Its principal object of adoration is a plain stone post, which is believed to form a part of the very body of the deity, Siva in this protective face mask instance. The narrow streets, through which the party made their way with difficulty were very clean. They were thronged protective face mask with pilgrims from all parts of India, dressed in their best garments, loaded with gold and silver ornaments. 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Do you mind telling us what you face mask to protect against chemical smells d done I I tore up a sheet of paper and threw it household substitute for protective face mask about in the playground, said the protective face mask child, in the tone of one confessing an unutterable baseness. You won t talk to me any more now you know that, he added without looking up. Was that all asked Anthea. It s about what to do if you have a small face and no medical masks fit you enough, said the child and I m expelled for the whole day I don t quite understand, said Anthea, gently. The boy lifted his face, rolled over, and sat up. Why, whoever on earth are you he said. We re strangers from a far country, said Anthea. In our country it s not a crime to leave a bit of paper about. It is here, said the child. If grown ups do it they re fined. When we do it we re expelled for the whole day. Well, but, said Robert, that just means a day s holiday. You MUST come from a long way off, said the little boy. A holiday s when you all have play and treats and jolliness, all of you together. On your expelled days no one ll speak to you. Everyone sees you re an Expelleder or you d be in school. Suppose you were ill Nobody is hardly. If they are, of course they wear the badge, and everyone is kind to you. I know a boy that stole his sister s illness badge and wore it when he was expelled for a day. HE got expelled for a week for protective face mask that. It must be awful not to go to school for a week. Do you LIKE school, then asked protective face mask Robert incredulously. Of course I do. It s the loveliest place there is. I chose railways for my special subject this year, there are such splendid models and things, and now I shall be all behind because of that torn up paper. You choose your own subject asked Cyril. Yes, of course. Where DID you come from Don t you know ANYTHING No, said Jane definitely protective face mask so you d better tell us. 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Priests and musicians surround the idol and young girls, widowed before they are wives, dancing and waving their scarfs in solemn cadence, lead the way. When the processions reach the river, they embark in fairy like boats propelled by sails or oars, forming a grand aquatic spectacle. At sunset the idols are thrown into the river, and the festival terminates with a grand frolic on shore, with fireworks, in which many Europeans take part and the river is thronged with boats decorated with many colored lanterns. The party spent two days more at Benares, and visited temples, mosques, and many places of interest. They were visited by British civil and military officers, who were extremely kind to them, and offered them every facility for seeing the city. After dinner on wholesale medical face masks the last day, Captain Ringgold asked Lord Tremlyn to tell them something about Patna and he evidently did so with a purpose. Patna is the fifteenth city in India in population, one hundred and forty miles from Benares, replied the viscount. It extends nine miles along the Ganges, and an average of two back from it. The streets are narrow and crooked. The houses are mostly of mean appearance, and there are but very few buildings there of any importance. You laid out your list of cities to be visited yourself, Captain, and generally very judiciously but if I had made it out I should have omitted Patna. It has a population of about one hundred and sixty five thousand. I asked the question with a view to omit it from the list if there are no sights of importance, and, after what you have said, I shall do so and tomorrow we will take the train for Calcutta, added the captain. This decision pleased the party, and at six the next morning the special started with them for the greatest city of India. CHAPTER XXXIV ALL OVER THE CITY OF CALCUTTA I shall be glad to be on board of the Guardian Mother again, said Scott, after the four live boys had taken a place by themselves in the conference carriage. I have seen enough of India. But you have not seen one half of India, replied Louis. I read a story in an old schoolbook Uncle Moses had used when he didn t weigh as much as I do now, which was called The Half is Better than the Whole and it proved the proposition with which it started out. That is jus.
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