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Then the girls made wreaths of white flowers, roses and Canterbury bells, and lilies and pinks, and sweet peas and daisies, and put them over the posts. And I think if Bill Simpkins had known how sorry we were, he would have been glad. Oswald only hopes if he falls on the wild battlefield, full face respirator mask protective film which is his highest ambition, that somebody will be as sorry about him as he was about Bill, that s all When all was done, and what flowers there were over from the wreaths scattered under the tombstone between the full face respirator mask protective film posts, we wrote a letter to Mrs Simpkins, and said DEAR MRS SIMPKINS We are very, very sorry about the turnips and things, and we beg your pardon humbly. We have full face respirator mask protective film put up a tombstone to your brave son. And we signed our names. Alice took the letter. The soldier s mother read it, and said something about our oughting to know better than to make fun of people s troubles with our tombstones and tomfoolery. Alice told me she could not help crying. She said It s not it s NOT Dear, DEAR Mrs Simpkins, do come with me and see You don t know how sorry we are about Bill. Do come and see. We can go through the churchyard, and the others have all gone in, so as to leave it quiet for you. Do come. And Mrs Simpkins did. And when she read what we had put up, and Alice told her the verse we had not had room for, she leant against the wall by the grave I mean the tombstone and Alice hugged her, and they both cried bitterly. The poor soldier s protection from measles face masks mother was very, very pleased, and she forgave us about the turnips, and we were friends after that, but she always liked Alice the best. A great many people do, somehow. After that we used to put fresh flowers every day on Bill s tombstone, and I do believe his m.w unless we rinse it out with a little ginger beer. Don t ye do it, miss, he said eagerly never waste good liquor on washing. The glass was beside us on the wall. Oswald filled it with ginger beer and handed down the foaming tankard to the tramp. He had to lie on his young stomach to do this. The tramp was really quite polite one of Nature s gentlemen, and a man as well, we found out afterwards. He said Here s to you before he drank. Then he drained the glass till the rim rested on his nose. Swelp me, but I WAS dry, he said. Don t seem to matter much what it is, this weather, do it so long as it s suthink wet. Well, here s thanking you. You re very welcome, said Dora I m glad you liked it. Like it said he. I don t suppose you know what it s like to have a thirst on you. Talk of free schools and free libraries, and free baths and wash houses and such Why don t someone start free DRINKS He d be a ero, he would. I d vote for him any day of the week and one over. Ef yer don t objec I ll set down a bit and put on a pipe. He sat down on the grass and began to smoke. We asked him questions about himself, and he told us many of his secret sorrows especially about there being no work full face respirator mask protective film nowadays for an honest where to get medical face mask man. At last he dropped asleep in the middle of a story about a vestry he worked for that hadn t acted fair and square by him like he had by them, or it I don t know if vestry is singular or plural , and we went home. But before we went we held a hurried council and collected what money we could from the little we had with us it was ninepence halfpenny , full face respirator mask protective film and wrapped it in an old envelope Dicky had in his pocket and put it gently on the billowing middle of the poor tramp s sleeping waistcoat, so that he would find it when he woke. None of the dogs said a single syllable while we were doing this, so we knew they believed him to be poor but honest, and we always find it safe to take their word for things like that. As we went home a brooding silence fell upon us we found out afterwards that those words of the poor tramp s about free drinks had sunk deep in all our hearts, and rankled there. After dinner we went out and sat with our feet in the stream. People tell you it makes your grub disagree with you to do this just after meals, but it never hurts us. There is a fallen willow across the stream that just seats the eight of us, only the ones at the end can t get their feet into the water properly because of the bushes, so we keep changing places. We had got some liquorice root to chew. This helps thought. D.
charmers. He is five feet or more in length. His fangs are in his upper jaw. They are not tubed or hollow but he has a sort of groove on the outside of the tooth, down which the deadly poison flows. In his natural state, his bite is sure death unless a specific or antidote is soon applied. Thanks to modern science, the sufferer from the bite of a cobra is generally cured if the right remedy is applied soon enough. I have been twice bitten by cobras. The medicine used in my case was the Aristolochia Indica. There is such a thing as a snake stone, which is applied to the wound, and is said to absorb the blood, and with it the poison but medical men of character regard it as not entitled to the credit claimed for it. A chemical expert pronounced it to be nothing but a charred bone, which had probably been filled with blood, and again subjected to the action of fire. It is possible that the bone absorbs the blood but that is not a settled fact, and I leave it to Dr. Ferrolan. I believe it is a fraud, replied the full face respirator mask protective film doctor. The color of the cobra varies from pale yellow to dark olive. One kind has something like a pair of spectacles clear face protection mask on the back of his hood, or it looks something like the eyes with which ladies fasten their dress. This hood or bonnet is spread out by the action of the ribs of the creature, and he opens it when he is angry. I had a tame mongoose, a sort of ichneumon. This animal, not much bigger than a weasel, is a great cobra killer, and he understands his business. This snake is given to hiding himself in the gardens around the bungalow for the purpose of preying on the domestic fowls. I found one once, and brought out the mongoose. He tackled him at once, and killed him about as quick as a rifle would have done it. I think you will learn all you want to know about snakes as you travel through India. Sir Modava retired with the usual applause. As the company returned from the platform, a gun from the Blanche attracted their attention. CHAPTER XI A PLEASANT DINNER PARTY AT SEA The Blanche was on the starboard beam of the Guardian Mother, or, in shore parlance, she was on the right hand side of her as both ships sailed to the eastward. She chose her own position, and it varied considerably at different times, though it was generally about half a mile from her consort. At the present time she had come within less than a quarter of a mile, as the sea was quite smooth. Why, the Blanche is all dressed up as though she were going to a ball exclaimed Mrs. Belgrave, as the booming gun attracted the.. Oswald thinks Dicky was getting sick of it and wanted to make himself a little disagreeable. If so, he was doomed to disappointment. For everyone else clapped hands and called out, That s the very thing Then the girls went off to write out the rules, and took H. O. with them, and Noel went to write some poetry to put in the minute book. That s what you call the book that a society s secretary writes what it does in. Denny went with him to help. He knows a lot of poetry. I think he went to a lady s school where they taught nothing but that. He was rather shy of us, but he took to Noel. I can t think why. Dicky and Oswald walked round the garden and told each other what they thought of the new society. I m not sure we oughtn t to have put our foot down at the beginning, Dicky said. I don t see much in it, anyhow. It pleases the girls, Oswald said, for he is a kind brother. But we re not going to stand jaw, and words in season , and loving sisterly warnings. I tell you what it is, Oswald, we ll have to run this thing our way, or it ll be jolly beastly for everybody. Oswald saw this plainly. We must do something, Dicky said it s very very hard, though. Still, there must be SOME interesting things that are not wrong. I suppose so, Oswald said, but being good is so much like being a muff, generally. Anyhow I m not going to smooth the pillows of the sick, or read to the aged poor, or any rot out of Ministering Children. No more am I, Dicky said. He was chewing a straw like the head had in its mouth, but I suppose we must play the game fair. Let s begin by looking out for something useful to do something like mending things or cleaning them, not just showing off. The boys in books chop kindling wood and save their pennies to buy tea and tracts. Little beasts said Dick. I say, let s talk about something else. And Oswald was glad to, for he was beginning to feel jolly uncomfortable. We were all rather quiet at disposable vr face mask tea, and afterwards Oswald played draughts with Daisy and the others yawned. I don t know when we ve had such a gloomy evening. And everyone was horribly polite, and said Please and Thank you far more than requisite. Albert s uncle came home after tea. He was jolly, and told us stories, but he noticed us being a little dull, and asked what blight had fallen on our young lives. Oswald could have answered and said, It is the Society of the Wouldbegoods that is the blight, but of course he didn t and Albert s uncle said no more, but he went up and kissed the girls when they were in bed, and asked them.window as fast as they filled, and we baled the bath with a jug without pausing to complain how hard the work was. All the same, it was more exciting than you can think. But in Oswald s dauntless breast he began to see that they would HAVE to call Mrs Pettigrew. A new waterfall broke out between the fire grate and the mantelpiece, and spread in devastating floods. Oswald is full of ingenious devices. I think I have said this before, but it is quite true and perhaps even truer this time than it was last time I said it. He got a board out of the box room next door, and rested one end in the chink between the fireplace and the mantelpiece, and laid the other end on the back of a chair, then we stuffed the rest of the chink with our nightgowns, and laid a towel along the plank, and behold, a noble stream poured over the end of the board right into the bath we put there ready. It was like Niagara, leberna mesh fly mask with ears nose uv protection full face for horse/cob only not so round in shape. The first lot of water that came down the chimney was very dirty. The wind whistled outside. Noel said, If it s pipes burst, and not the rain, it will be nice for the water rates. Perhaps it was only natural after this for Denny to begin with his everlasting poetry. He stopped mopping up the water to say By this 50pcs disposable medical dustproof surgical face mouth masks ear loop the storm grew loud apace, The water rats were shrieking, And in the howl of Heaven each face Grew black as they were speaking. Our faces were black, and our hands too, but we did not take any notice we only told him not to gas but to go on mopping. And he did. And we all did. But more and more water came pouring down. You would not believe so much could come off one roof. When at last it was agreed that Mrs Pettigrew must be awakened at all hazards, we went and woke Alice to do the fatal errand. When she came back, with Mrs Pettigrew in a nightcap and red flannel petticoat, we held our breath. But Mrs Pettigrew did not even say, What on earth have you children been up to NOW as Oswald had feared. She simply sat down on my bed and said Oh, dear oh, dear oh, dear ever so many times. Then Denny said, I once saw holes in a cottage roof. The man told me it was done when the water came through the thatch. He said if the water lies all about on the top of the ceiling, it breaks it down, but if you make holes the water will only come through the holes and you can put pails under the holes to catch it. 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