Full Face Mask For Winter Protection ation, said his lordship quite hurriedly. Sir Modava Rao and Dr. Ferrolan are on board. I am entirely devoted to those to whom we owe our lives, and I am in their service as long as they will stay in India. What is your business on board, Mr. Windham It is in connection with the customs, my Lord. You will dispense with everything in that connection, for this is a yacht and you will oblige me by not subjecting any person on board to any annoyance, Mr. Windham. Certainly not, my Lord and not a trunk shall be opened. But the newspapers will want the account of your shipwreck, and a reporter came off with me, replied the official. Refer him to my secretary. The under official obtained particulars from the first officer in regard to the steamer for the custom house, and Dr. Ferrolan gave the reporter an account of the disaster to the Travancore which he had written. I propose to land and proceed to our hotel as soon as the ladies are ready, said Lord Tremlyn, when he had retired to the captain s cabin with the commander. While they are preparing, we will consider the programme of the tour. Very well, your Lordship I will have the party notified. Mr. Scott, said the captain, opening the door into the pilot house, inform all the company that we go on shore in half an hour and you will go with them. Mr. Boulong, lower the gangway, and have the barge ready. Perhaps you have arranged a programme yourself already, suggested the new host of the party. I have considered the matter. I proposed to see Bombay, and perhaps run down to Poona. Then go to Surat in the steamer, and visit Baroda, and proceed by the ship to Kurrachee. From there I thought I should send the Guardian Mother round to Calcutta in charge of Mr. Boulong, while we travelled to Lahore, Delhi, Cawnpore, Lucknow, Allahabad, Benares, and Calcutta by railway. From there we will go to Madras and Ceylon by the steamer, said the commander, who seemed to have arranged the whole trip. Excellent, sailor moon medical face mask Captain Ringgold exclaimed the viscount. I can hardly better that. He made some suggestions but this route was substantially adopted. CHAPTER XVI A MULTITUDE OF NATIVE SERVANTS The barge was ready as soon as it was needed, and lay at the platform of the gangway, with the crew in their white uniforms, quite as smart as man of war s men. The coolie boatmen who were seeking a job to put the passengers on shore were disappointed. The clothing of the guests had been taken in hand by Sparks and Sordy, the cabin stewards, dried, cleaned, and pressed. They wore them now.on, though, by a word you ought not to say, though it is in the Bible and the catechism as well. Let s have a liquor, little missy. The dogs were growling, but Oswald thought it best not to take any notice of what the dogs said, but to give these men each a drink. So he did. They drank, but not as if they cared about it very much, and then they set their glasses down on the table, a liberty no one else had entered into, and began to try and chaff Oswald. Oswald said in an undervoice to H. O. Just take charge. I want to speak to the girls a sec. Call if you want anything. And then he drew the others away, to say he thought there d been enough of it, and considering the boys and new three men, perhaps we d better chuck it and go home. We d been benevolent nearly four hours anyway. While this conversation and the objections of the others were going on, H. O. perpetuated an act which nearly wrecked the Benevolent Bar. Of course Oswald was not an eye or ear witness of what happened, but from what H. O. said in the calmer moments of later life, I think this was about what happened. One of the big disagreeable men said to H. O. Ain t got such a thing as a drop o spirit, ave yer H. O. said no, we hadn t, only lemonade and tea. Lemonade and tea blank bad word I told you about and blazes, replied the bad full face mask for winter protection character, for such he afterwards proved to be. What s THAT then He pointed to a bottle labelled Dewar s whisky, which stood on the table near the spirit kettle. Oh, is THAT what you want said H. O. kindly. The man is understood to have said he should bloomin well think so, but H. O. is not sure about the bloomin. He held out his glass with about half the lemonade in it, and H. O. generously filled up the full face mask for winter protection tumbler out of the bottle, labelled Dewar s whisky. The man took a great drink, and then suddenly he spat out what happened to be left in his mouth just then, and began to swear. It was then that Oswald and Dicky rushed upon the scene. The man was shaking his fist in H. O. s face, and H. O. was still holding on to the bottle we had brought out the methylated spirit in for the lamp, in case of anyone wanting tea, which they hadn t. If I was Jim, said the second ruffian, for such indeed they were, when he had snatched the bottle from H. O. and smelt it, I d chuck the whole show over the hedge, so I would, and you young gutter snipes after it, so I wouldn t. Oswald saw in a moment that in point of strength, if not numbers, he and his party were out matched, and the unfriendly boys were drawing gladly near. I.
e atrocity incident to the character of the savages, and the bodies of the victims were thrown into a well near their prison. Now, if you please, we will drive to the memorials of this dreadful butchery. A memorial church now indicates the site of General Wheeler s intrenchments, which the party visited first. The scene of the massacre is now a memorial garden, in charge of an old soldier, who was one of the four who escaped. The place of the well into which the bodies of the women and children were thrown is marked by a beautiful marble statue of an angel standing by a lofty cross. It is surrounded by a Gothic fence, with lofty towers in the same style. The party looked upon these mementoes of the terrible events with mournful interest, and had hardly Protective War Game Military Tactical Face Shield Mask recovered their usual cheerfulness when they reached the hotel. The guides were invited to dine with them, and the evening was more cheerful than the afternoon had been. Part of the forenoon of the next day was given to a ride along the Ganges, which was crowded with boats of all kinds, from the boat with a cabin covered with a thatched roof to steamboats of considerable size. They found mask face disposable an abundance of temples on the shores of the sacred stream, and a beautiful ghat or staircase to the water, which excited their admiration. We are now going to Lucknow this afternoon but it is only forty five miles, said Sir Modava. If you prefer to do so, we can return to Cawnpore, and go down the river on one of those fine steamers to Calcutta, a thousand miles from here by the river. Or you could go to Benares, our next stopping place on the river, suggested the viscount. But it would take too much time, and Captain Ringgold objected for he had already marked Allahabad out of the route. Early in the afternoon the tourists were again seated in the conference carriage. The station at Cawnpore excited their attention, for it is five hundred and sixty feet long. A bridge of boats sixteen hundred yards in length was an affair not seen in their own country. We are now in the province of Oude, a word of various orthography, said Lord Tremlyn, after they lost sight of the city from which they started. Oude exclaimed Miss Blanche. Where did I see that name In Paris, replied Louis. We saw the tomb of the Queen of Oude in P re la Chaise. I will tell you about her presently, continued Lord Tremlyn. There was a great deal of corruption in the government of the kingdom under the native king. The people were robbed of vast sums in the guise of taxes, the police was miserably ine.n who could be no other than the maharajah. He was dressed in the most magnificent robes of India, covered with jewels in ornamental profusion. That is the Guicowar, said the Hindu guide. He is doing us great honor in coming out in this manner to welcome us. As soon as he discovered the party, the ruler dismounted nimbly from his noble steed, and, attended by some high officers, advanced to meet them. A sort of procession was hastily formed full face mask for winter protection with Lord Tremlyn at the head of it for he was the most distinguished person, and in some sense the representative of the British home government. The Italian band of the general, as soon as the native band ceased, struck up Hail, to the chief The party encountered the king, who rushed up to the viscount, and seized him by the hand, as not all kings are in the habit of doing. They talked together for a few moments, when his Highness happened to see Sir Modava, and rushed to him, seizing him in a semi embrace, clasping the Hindu with his right hand while the left encircled his shoulder. The potentate was profuse in his congratulations to the two gentlemen on their escape from death in the shipwreck, and this afforded Lord Tremlyn an opportunity to present Captain Ringgold as the commander of the steamer that had saved them. full face mask for winter protection full face mask for winter protection He is my friend, then, said the Maharajah, as he gave him no equivocal shake of the hand. Then Louis and his mother were presented and described, and received an equally warm welcome. But the prince decided to receive the rest of the party at the palace, and they were requested to mount the elephants. The ladies were timid about it but Louis told his mother that she must get up into the howdah as though she had been riding elephants all her life, and she did so, the others following her example. Louis assisted his mother first, and then Miss Blanche. They were all seated on the huge beasts, and the procession started, the Italian band following the native, and playing when they ceased to do so. CHAPTER XXV FELIX MCGAVONTY BRINGS DOWN SOME SNAKES Well, what do you think of this asked Captain Ringgold, turning to Mrs. Belgrave, as the elephant moved off. I don t feel quite at home up here, she replied, holding on with both hands at the side of the howdah. I think it is nice, added Miss Blanche. It seems very much like riding on a camel, only there is more motion. It is a good place to see everything there is to be seen, suggested Louis, full face mask for winter protection as he looked about him. The king is taking us to his palace in high style. If he meant to astonish us, he has.ish soldier. What we want, Alice said, is something that will be a good deal of trouble to us and some good to her. A little help is worth a deal of poetry, said Denny. I should not have said that myself. Noel did look sick. What DOES she do that we can help in Dora asked. Besides, she won t let us help. H. O. said, She does nothing but work in the garden. At least if she does anything inside you can t see it, because she keeps the door shut. Then at once we saw. And we agreed to get up the very next day, ere yet the rosy dawn had flushed the east, and have a go at Mrs Simpkins s garden. We got up. We really did. But too often when you mean to, overnight, it seems so silly to do it when you come to waking in the dewy morn. We crept downstairs with our boots in our hands. Denny is rather unlucky, though a most careful boy. It was he who dropped his boot, and it went blundering down the stairs, echoing like thunderbolts, and waking up Albert s uncle. But when we explained to him that we were going to do some gardening he let us, and went back to bed. Everything is very pretty and different in the early morning, before people are up. I have been told this is because the shadows how to properly wear a medical face mask go a different way from what they do in the awake part of the day. But I don t know. Noel says the fairies have just finished tidying up then. Anyhow it all feels quite otherwise. full face mask for winter protection We put on our boots in the porch, and we got our gardening tools and we went down to the white cottage. It is a nice cottage, with a thatched roof, like in the drawing copies you get at girls schools, and you do the thatch if you can with a B.B. pencil. If you cannot, you just leave it. It looks just as well, somehow, when it is mounted and framed. We looked at the garden. It was very neat. Only one patch was coming up thick with weeds. I could see groundsel and chickweed, and others that I did not full face mask for winter protection know. We set to work with a will. We used all our tools spades, forks, hoes, and rakes and Dora worked with the trowel, sitting down, because her foot was hurt. We cleared the weedy patch beautifully, scraping off all the nasty weeds and leaving the nice clean brown dirt. We worked as hard as ever we could. And we were happy, because it was unselfish toil, and no one thought then of putting it in the Book of Golden Deeds, where we had agreed to write down our virtuous actions and the good doings of each other, when we happen to notice them. We had just done, and we were looking at the beautiful production full face mask for winter protection of our honest labour, when the cottage door burst op.
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