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I am very sorry that our party are unable to present to your Highness a gift in keeping with the magnificence of the hospitality extended to us, said the beautiful young lady but this package contains the photograph of every member of our company, and we beg that you will accept them as the only tribute of our gratitude for your kindness which is available to us at this distance from our homes. We leave behind us our best wishes for the prosperity, health, and happiness of your Highness. The Guicowar declared that he should value the gift more than all the gold and gems that could have been gathered together, and he should always remember with delight the fairy who had presented them to him, and it would afford him the greatest pleasure to look in the future upon the faces of those whose presence at the palace he had so greatly enjoyed. The actual parting was the scene of a great deal of hand shaking, mingled with pretty speeches. The Guicowar went with them to the station, and saw them seated in the great carriage that had been prepared for them. The train moved off, with handkerchiefs waving at every window, and with a profusion of gestures on the part of the magnificent host. It required some time to talk about the scenes at the court of the king, though all of the party were observing the country through the windows. It was a strange country to the Americans and they found something to look at all the time, though it was a wild and rugged region for the first two hours, with only a single town that was noticeable in that time. As they were passing out of Baroda, the viscount called their attention to a building at some distance from the road, and called it a travellers bungalow. It was a very comfortable house, wher.required that she should be sent back to her own family. Her relatives shaved off her hair, dressed her in the coarsest clothing, and compelled her to do the severest drudgery of the household. She is forbidden to marry again, and is treated site safety sign face protection mask icon as though she was responsible for becoming a widow. The reforming of this evil is in progress but the people are baked into their prejudices and superstitions of forty centuries, and it is worse than pulling their teeth to interfere with them. One of the favorite divinities of the are face masks protect u natives here is Kali, the wife of Siva, the goddess of murder. Her worship is odious and disgusting for her altars were formerly sprinkled with human blood, and the idols were surrounded with dead bodies and skulls. Their great festival is the Churuk Pooja, which is still celebrated, though the government has forbidden all its brutal features. You have all seen a merry go round machine in which children ride in a circle on wooden horses. An apparatus like this, but without the wooden steeds, was used by these fanatics. At the end of the four arms hung ropes with sharp hooks at the end, on which were hung up the devotees, as the butcher does his meats in his shop and the machine was revolved rapidly till the hooks pulled out, and the victim dropped upon the ground, fainting or dead. At the present time the festival is attended by Baboos of the best class but it amounts simply to an athletic exhibition with music. The government and the reformers have brought about this change of performance. Do the English attend such shows asked Dr. Hawkes. Sometimes, from curiosity. But they are here just about what they are in London, and their habits are much the same, replied the viscount. The river here is about a mile wide. Formerly we could not have come as far as we have without seeing hundreds of corpses floating on the surface. Natives who were too poor to pay the bill for the funeral pyre threw the bodies of their friends into the river. Of course this was a menace to the health of the city and the practice was forbidden by the government, which built an immense tower, wherein is kept a fire constantly burning, in which the bodies of the poor are consumed without expense. See that big bird on the shore exclaimed Mrs. Belgrave. I saw several of them yesterday, and I meant to ask what it was. That is the arghilah, generally called the adjutant, replied Sir Modava. He is the licensed scavenger of Calcutta, for it is forbidden by law to kill or molest him. You see him walking about in a crowd.
gentleman though I m sure, now I ve seen you, that it s not necessary but still I face mask for medical ve promised to ask you, so we must. Will you please give us your honourable word not to say any name stronger than the name on our charm The gentleman had face mask for medical put on his spectacles again and was looking at Cyril through them. He now said Bless me more than once, adding, Who told you all this I can t tell you, said Cyril. I m very sorry, but I can t. Some faint memory of a far off childhood must have come to the learned gentleman just then, for he smiled. I see, he said. It is some sort of game that you are engaged in Of medical grade face mask course Yes Well, I will certainly promise. Yet I wonder how you heard of the names of power We can t tell you that either, said Cyril and Anthea said, Here is our charm, and held it out. With politeness, but without interest, the gentleman took it. 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Keep it carefully, then, said the gentleman impressively and if ever you should wish to part with it, may I ask you to give me the refusal of it The refusal I mean, do not sell it to anyone else until you have given me the opportunity of buying it. All right, said Cyril, we won t. But we don t want to sell it. We want to make it do things. I suppose you can play at that as well as at anything else, said the gentleman but I m face mask for medical afraid the days of magic are over. They aren t REALLY, said Anthea earnestly. You d see they aren t if I could tell you about our last summer holidays. Only I mustn t. Thank you very much. And can you read the name Yes, I can read it. Will you tell it us The name, said the gentleman, is Ur Hekau Setcheh. Ur Hekau Setcheh, repeated Cyril. Thanks awfully. I do hope we haven t taken up too much of your time. Not at all, said.officer said, Sit at ease, and something else, and the sergeant repeated it, and some of the men got off their horses and lit their pipes, and some sat down on the grass edge of the road, holding their disposable ambu medium adult face mask horses bridles. We could see all the arms and accoutrements as plain as plain. Then the officer came up to us. We were all standing on the wall that day, except Dora, who had to sit, because her foot was bad, but we let her have the three edged rapier to wear, and the blunderbuss to hold as well it has a brass mouth and is like in Mr Caldecott s pictures. He was a beautiful man the officer. Like a Viking. Very tall and fair, with moustaches very long, and bright blue eyes. He said Good morning. So did we. Then he said You seem to be a military lot. We said we wished we were. And patriotic, said he. Alice said she should jolly well think so. Then he said he had noticed us there for several days, and he had halted the battery because he thought we might like to look at the guns. Alas there are but too few grown up people so far seeing and thoughtful as this brave and distinguished officer. We said, Oh, yes , and then we got off the wall, and that good and noble man showed us the string that moves the detonator and the breech block when you take it out and carry it away the gun is in vain to the enemy, even if he takes it and he let us look down the gun to see the rifling, all clean and shiny and he showed us the ammunition boxes, but there was nothing in them. He also told us how the gun was unlimbered this means separating the gun from the ammunition carriage , and how quick it could be done but he did not make the men do this then, because they were resting. There were six guns. Each face mask for medical had painted on the carriage, in white letters, 15 Pr., which the captain told us meant fifteen pounder. I should have thought the gun weighed more than fifteen pounds, Dora said. It would if it was beef, but I suppose wood and gun are lighter. And the officer explained to her very kindly and patiently that 15 Pr. meant the gun could throw a SHELL weighing fifteen pounds. When we had told him how jolly it was to see the soldiers go by so often, he said You won t see us many more times. We re ordered to the front and we sail on Tuesday week and the guns will be painted mud colour, and the men will wear mud colour too, and so shall I. The men looked very nice, though they were not wearing their busbies, but only Tommy caps, put on all sorts of ways. We were very sorry they were going, but Oswald, as well as others, looked.out in the cold for, while their officers were at the collation, Baldy Bickling, the second cook, regaled them from the abundant stores provided for the occasion, of which notice had been given to Mr. Melanchthon Sage, the chief steward, the day before. At this point adieus were exchanged, the Guardian Mother went to sea, and the Cherub returned to Calcutta. The passengers were tired out and retired early. It was an easy run, from Diamond Harbor to Madras in two days and a half, for the Guardian Mother. The weather was favorable, and the tourists used their time in getting rested. The social occasions, the playing of the band, and the singing in the music room, made plenty of variety. But the commander did not lose sight of what he regarded as one of the principal objects uv protecting face mask with nose hole of the long voyage, the instruction of the young people, and incidentally of the elder ones. On the forenoon of the second day out the passengers were called together in Conference Hall, and they were glad to assemble there again. The temperature was moderate, the sea was in its most cheerful mood, and, after their long stay on shore, they were glad to be out of sight of land again. Mr. Gaskette had been busy during the vacation the ship s company had obtained at Bombay and Calcutta had made several new maps, one of which was the shores of the Bay and Sea of Bengal from Calcutta to the southern point of Ceylon face mask for medical and he had enlarged a small map of Ceylon, to be used when the ship arrived at Colombo, or sooner. It was Sir Modava who mounted the platform for this occasion and he was received with the heartiest applause, for he had become even more popular than at first. I am to tell you something, not much, about Madras, where we shall arrive about this time day after to morrow, the Hindu gentleman began and the usual smile which had fascinated all the ladies was on his face. Madras is the third city in population of India, or next to Bombay, with 452,518 souls, by the census published last year. It is on the Coromandel coast, which is nearly the whole of the Madras Presidency. It is nearly the entire western shore of face mask for medical the Sea of Bengal, including the bay, as the northern part of it is called in modern times. There is scarcely a single safe harbor for large vessels. I suppose sklz field shield. full-face protection mask for softball you have often heard the expression, in the Carnatic, for it is memorable as the scene of the struggle in the last century between England and France for the supremacy of India. Though there is no state with that name, nearly the whole coast region south of the God.
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Oswald stood there covered with shame, and he could feel the hateful cricket ball heavy and cold against the top of his leg, through the pocket. Albert s uncle said and his voice made Oswald hot all over, but not with shame he said I shall not tell you what he said. It is no one s business but Oswald s only I will own it made Oswald not quite so anxious to run away for a soldier as he had been before. That owning up was the hardest thing I ever did. They did put that in the Book of Golden Deeds, though it was not a kind or generous act, and did no good to anyone or anything except Oswald s own inside feelings. I must say I think they might have let it alone. Oswald would rather forget it. Especially as Dicky wrote it in and put this Oswald acted a lie, which, he knows, is as bad as telling one. But he owned up when he needn t have, and this condones his sin. We think he was a thorough brick to do it. Alice scratched this out afterwards and wrote the record of the incident in more flattering terms. But Dicky had used Father s ink, and she used Mrs Pettigrew s, so anyone can read his underneath the scratching outs. The others were awfully friendly to Oswald, to show they agreed face mask for medical with Albert s uncle in thinking I deserved as much share as anyone in any praise there might be going. It was Dora who said it all came from my quarrelling with Noel about that rotten cricket ball but Alice, gently yet firmly, made her shut up. I let Noel have the ball. It had been thoroughly soaked, but it dried all right. But it could never be the same to me after what it had done and what I had done. I hope you will try to agree with Alb.and by. When the tea bell rang he forgot the ball and went hurriedly down, for apples do not keep the inside from the pangs of hunger. Noel met him on the landing, got red in the face, and said It wasn t QUITE fair about the ball, because H. O. and I had eaten the coconut. YOU can have it. I don t want your beastly ball, Oswald said, only I hate unfairness. However, I don t know where it is just now. When I find it you shall have it to bowl with as often as you want. Then you re not waxy And Oswald said No and they went in to tea together. So that was all right. There were raisin cakes for tea. Next day we happened to want to go pediatric medical face masks down to the river quite early. I don t know why this is called Fate, or Destiny. We dropped in at the Rose and Crown for some ginger beer on our way. The landlady is a friend of ours and lets us drink it in her back parlour, instead of in the bar, which would be improper for girls. We found her awfully busy, making pies and jellies, and her two sisters were hurrying about with great hams, and pairs of chickens, and rounds of cold beef and lettuces, and pickled salmon and trays of crockery and glasses. It s for the angling competition, she said. 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And if you have, you ll understand without my telling you. It is harder do face masks protect against fumes from chi than Euclid if you don t know beforehand. But you might get a grown up person to explain it to you with books or wooden bricks. I will tell you what a pen is because that is easy. It is face sun protection mask the bit of river between one lock and the next. In some rivers pens are called reaches , but pen is the proper word. We went along the towing path it is shady with willows, aspens, alders, elders.