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Everything was in working order, and an engineer was on duty, for the engine had been used in dragging the casks under the bottom of the vessel. Beeks was directed to arrest the men on duty, and the engine was handed over to Sampson, who had been brought for such a position if the expedition needed him in that capacity. But there was only an assistant engineer and several firemen on duty, and these were disposed of without any delay. They were all conducted to the wardroom, where they were disarmed and a guard placed over them. A couple of sailors were detailed to serve as firemen, and the work of taking possession was completed. 237 For the first time the lieutenant had an opportunity to examine the prize, as she would be if he succeeded in getting her out of the bay. She was certainly a fine little steamer, and, with the heavy gun mounted on a pivot, she would have been capable of doing a great deal of mischief among the unprotected merchant ships of the nation. When he visited the cabin, he found two colored men there, one of whom appeared to be a very intelligent fellow. He was very polite to the lieutenant, and it was evident that he had no personal interest in the success of the Teaser in the business for which she had been fitted out. He was the cabin steward, and he had heard everything that had been said in regard to the vessel since he came on board of her. What is your name, my man asked Christy, addressing the steward. My name is Davis Talbot but no one ever calls me anything but Dave, replied the man, with a cheerful smile, as though he was not at all disconcerted by the change which had come about in the ownership of the Teaser. How long have you been on board of this 238 steamer, Dave asked the officer, much pleased with the intelligent face of the steward. About tw.irness to Emeraude, Robin Lampert had to concede that this one was not quite in the last group. He had been able to keep his attention on the exhibits. This was, in a way, surprising for while a frontier town has a perfect right to construct and maintain a zoo if it wishes, one can hardly expect such a place to do a very good job. The present example was, it must be admitted, not too good. The exhibits were in fairly ordinary cages barred for the larger creatures, glassed for the smaller ones. No particular attempt had been made to imitate natural surroundings. The place looked as artificial as bare concrete and iron could make it. To a person used to the luxuries provided their captive animals by the great cities of Earth and her sister planets, the environment might have been a gloomy one. Lampert did not feel that way. He had no particular standards of what a zoo should be, and he would probably have considered attempts at reproduction of natural habitat a distracting waste of time. He was not a biologist, and had only one reason for visiting the Emeraude zoo the guide full coverage foundation had insisted upon it. There was, of course, some justice in the demand. A man who was taking on the responsibility of caring for Lampert and his friends in the jungles of Viridis had a right to require that his charges know what they were facing. Lampert wanted to know, himself so he had read conscientiously every placard on every cage he had been able to find. These had not been particularly informative, except in one or two cases. Most of the facts had been obvious from a look at the cages inhabitants. Even a geophysicist could tell that the Felodon, for example, was carnivorous after one of the creatures had bared a rather startling set of fangs by yawning in his face. The placard had told little more. Less, in fact, than McLaughlin had already said about the beasts. On the other hand, it had been distinctly informative to read that tea tree oil face mask a small, salamanderlike thing in one of the glass fronted cages was as poisonous as the most dangerous of Terrestrial snakes. 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e same, for they could perceive the water shining. But in all other respects the situation was different. The surface of the valley in which their wagon had been left was covered, both sides and bottom, with a verdant carpet of grass tea tree oil face mask whereas the one now before their eyes was brown and bare not a blade of grass was to be seen the trees seeming to be the only things that had any verdure. Even the low bushes appeared to be destitute of leaves The scene had no resemblance whatever to that where they had outspanned. It must be the camp of some other travellers, thought construction face mask they. They had fully arrived at this conclusion, when Swartboy, whose surgical masks disposable cute eyes had been rolling about everywhere, now rested upon the ground at his feet. After a moment s observation which the increasing light now enabled him to make he turned suddenly to the others, and directed their attention to the surface of the plain. This they saw was covered with tracks, as if a thousand hoofs had passed over it. In fact, it presented the appearance of a vast sheep pen so vast, that as far as their sight extended, they beheld the same tracked and trampled appearance What tea tree oil face mask could this mean Hendrik did not know. Von Bloom was in doubt. Swartboy could tell at the first glance. It was no new sight to him. All right, baas, he said, looking up in his master s face. Da s da ole wagon da same spring an vley da same place dar hab been um trek boken A trek boken cried Von Bloom and Hendrik, in a breath. Ya, baas a mighty big one too das de spoor of dem antelope See Von Bloom now comprehended all. The bareness of the country, the absence of the leaves on the lower bushes, the millions of small hoof tracks, all were now explained. A migration of the springbok antelope, tea tree oil face mask a trek boken, had swept over the spot. That it was that had caused such a mighty change. The wagon they saw was theirs, after all. They lost no time, but, catching their horses, bridled them, and rode rapidly down the hill. Though somewhat relieved at seeing the wagon, Von Bloom was still apprehensive. As they approached, they perceived the two horses standing beside it, and tied to the wheels, the cow also was there but neither goats nor sheep were in the neighbourhood. There was a fire burning in the rear of the hind wheels, and a dark mass underneath the wagon, but no human form could be observed. The hearts of the horsemen beat loudly as they advanced. Their eyes were bent earnestly upon the wagon. They felt keen anxiety. They had got within three hundred yards, and still no one stirred no human form made its appearance. Von Bloom and Hendrik now suffered intensely. A.ose the massive heads of the nwanas, giving a peculiar character to the landscape. The hunters noticed, as they went on, that the channel of the rivulet became wider and larger and that at times no doubt after great rains a large quantity of water must have run in its bed, forming a considerable river. But as the channel grew larger, the reverse was the case with the quantity of running water. The farther down they proceeded this became less and less until, at the distance of a mile from camp, the current ceased altogether. For half a mile farther on they found water in stagnant pools, but none running. The wide, dry channel, however, continued on as before and the bush extended on both sides without interruption, so thick that they could only make way by keeping in the channel itself. As they walked along, several kinds of small game were started. Hendrik would gladly have taken a shot at some of these, but his father would not permit him to fire just then. It might frighten away the great game they were in search of, and which they might fall in with at any moment. On their return Hendrik might do his best and then the field cornet intended to assist him in procuring an antelope, as there was no fresh venison in the camp. This, however, was a consideration of secondary importance, and the first thing to be done was to try and get a pair of tusks. There was no objection to Swartboy using his bow, as that silent weapon would cause no alarm. Swartboy had been taken along to carry the axe tea tree oil face mask and other implements, as well as to assist in the hunt. Of course he had brought his bow and quiver with him and he was constantly on the watch for something at which to let fly on of his little poisoned arrows. He found a mark at length worthy of his attention. On crossing tea tree oil face mask the plain to avoid a large bend in the channel, they came upon a glade or opening of considerable size, and in the middle of this glade a huge bird appeared standing erect. An ostrich exclaimed Hendrik. No, replied Swartboy um ar da pauw. Yes, said Von Bloom, confirming Swartboy s statement, it is the pauw. Now a pauw in the Dutch language is a peacock. But there are no peacocks in Africa. The peacock in its wild state inhabits only Southern Asia and the islands of the Indian tea tree oil face mask Archipelago. The bird they saw, then, could not be a peacock. Neither was it one. And yet it bore some resemblance to a peacock, with its long heavy tail and wings speckled and ocellated in a very striking manner, and something like the marbled feathers that adorn the peacock s back. It had none of the brilliant colours, however, of that proudest.rt of the shore. They did not again see any of the mound making birds not even those they had despoiled for it is not the habit of the megapodes to return to their eggs, but to leave them to be hatched under the hot sand, and the chicks to scratch their way upward to the surface, thus full face snorkel mask for glasses wearers taking care of themselves from the very moment of their birth, and, indeed, we may tea tree oil face mask say, before it, since it can scarcely be said they are born before breaking through the shell and this they have to do for themselves, else they would never see daylight. Talk of precocious chicks There are none anywhere to be compared with the megapodean pullets of the Malayan Archipelago, no birds half so early as they. For some days, after eating up the last chicken of the flock, our castaways could get nothing to live upon but dreamstation go durions and although these formed a diet sufficiently agreeable to the palate, they were not very strengthening. Besides, they were not so easily gathered the few they had found on some trees, which Saloo had conveniently climbed, being quickly exhausted. The large durion tree under which they had first encamped was well furnished with fruit. But its tall stem, nearly a hundred feet, without a branch, and with a bark smooth as that of a sycamore, looked as if no mortal man could ascend it. Captain Redwood had fired several rounds of his chain shot up into it, and brought down many of the grand spinous pericarps but this cost an expenditure of ammunition and, circumstanced as they were, they saw it would never do to waste it in such whimsical fashion. Still, for want of food, the fruit must be obtained some way or other, and the question was how to pluck it. In their dilemma the Malay once more came to their aid. Fortunately for all, Saloo was a native of Sumatra, and had been brought up among its forests, much resembling those of Borneo. He was skilled in the wood craft common to both islands and, perhaps, of all the crew of the castaway ship, not one could have survived whose services would have been of more value to Captain Redwood and his party than those of the brown skinned pilot especially since it had been their fate to be cast upon the shores of Borneo. His companions had already experienced the benefit to tea tree oil face mask be derived from his knowledge of the country s productions, and were beginning to consult him in almost every difficulty that occurred. He tea tree oil face mask appeared capable of accomplishing almost anything. For all this, they were no little surprised and somewhat incredulous when he declared his intention of climbing the great durion tree. Murtagh was very much inclined to deny that he co.
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