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Between Fitzroy Street and St James s Park there are a great many streets, and, if you go the right way you will pass a great many shops that you cannot possibly help stopping to look at. The children stopped to look at several with gold lace and beads and pictures and jewellery and dresses, and hats, and oysters and lobsters in their windows, and their sorrow did not seem nearly so impossible to bear as it had done in the best parlour at No. 300, Fitzroy Street. Presently, by some wonderful chance turn of Robert s who had been voted Captain because the girls thought it would be good for him and indeed he thought so himself and of course Cyril couldn t vote against him because it would have looked like a mean jealousy , they came into the little interesting criss crossy streets that held the most interesting medical face protector mask shops of all the shops where live things were sold. There was one shop window entirely filled with cages, and all sorts of beautiful birds in them. The children were delighted till they remembered how they had once wished for wings themselves, and had had them and then they felt how desperately unhappy anything with wings must be if it is shut up in a cage and not allowed to medical face protector mask fly. It must be fairly beastly to be a bird in a cage, said Cyril. Come on They went on, and Cyril tried to think out a scheme for making his fortune as a gold digger at Klondyke, and then buying all the caged birds in the world and setting them free. Then they came to a shop that sold cats, but the cats were in cages, and the children could not help wishing someone would buy all the cats and put them on hea.very active both in mind and body. Too many for one boat in a heavy sea, added Captain Ringgold. You will clear away the second cutter, Mr. Scott, and follow Mr. Boulong to the wreck. All the second cutters aft shouted the third officer from the window and the crew of this boat rushed up the ladder to the promenade deck, and followed the life line to the davits of the cutter. Bargate, who pulls the stroke oar in the second cutter, has the rheumatism in his right arm, and is not fit to go in the boat, interposed Mr. Gaskette, the second officer. Let me take his place, Captain Ringgold eagerly exclaimed Louis Belgrave. Do you think you can pull an oar in a heavy seaway, Mr. Belgrave asked the commander, medical face protector mask who always treated the owner with entire respect in the presence of others, though he called him by his given name when they were alone. I know I can replied Louis very confidently. face protection mask sports I do not object, if Mr. Scott is willing. I am very willing, for Mr. Belgrave s muscle is as hard as a flint. Very well. Hurry up added the captain. 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Yes, sir I am just getting an idea in regard to it, will face masks protect you from the flu though the thing is awash so that I can hardly make it out, replied the second officer. I think it is the bottom of a rather small vessel, upside down for I medical face protector mask see something like a keel. The party have two ropes stretched the whole length of the bottom, to which they are clinging. You are right that is plainly the bottom of a vessel, and I wonder that the craft has not gone down by this time. How she happens to be in that situation, and why she has not sunk, are matters yet to be explained. Go aft, if you please, and see that both cutters are ready to be lowered into the water, Mr. Gaskette. It is not prudent to go much nearer to.
y enormous statues in bright gold of men and women. Also an immense pillar of the other precious yellow metal. They went through the doors, and the priest led them up a stair into a gallery from which they could look down on to the glorious place. The ten Kings are even now choosing the bull. It is not lawful for me to behold, said the priest, and fell face downward on the floor outside the gallery. The children looked down. The roof was of ivory adorned with the three precious metals, and the walls were lined with the favourite oricalchum. At the far end of the Temple was a statue group, the like of which no one living has ever seen. It was of gold, and the head of the chief figure reached to the roof. That figure was Poseidon, the Father of the City. He stood in a great chariot drawn by six enormous horses, and round about it were a hundred mermaids riding on dolphins. Ten men, splendidly dressed and armed only with sticks and ropes, were trying to capture one of some fifteen bulls who ran this way and that about the floor of the Temple. The children held their breath, for the bulls looked dangerous, and the great horned heads were swinging more and more wildly. Anthea did not like looking at the bulls. She looked about the gallery, and noticed that another staircase led up from it to a still higher storey also that a door led out into the open air, where there seemed to be a balcony. So that when a shout went up and Robert whispered, Got him, and she looked down and saw the herd of bulls being driven out of the Temple by whips, and the ten Kings following, one of them spurring with his stick a black bull that writhed and fought in the grip of a lasso, she answered the boy s agitated, Now we shan t see anything more, with Yes we can, there s an outside balcony. So they crowded out. But very soon the girls crept back. I don t like sacrifices, Jane said. So she and Anthea went and talked to the priest, masked face medical who was no longer medical face protector mask lying on his face, but sitting on the top step mopping his forehead with his robe, for it was a hot day. It s a special sacrifice, medical face protector mask he said usually it s only done on the justice days every five years and six years alternately. And then they drink the cup of wine with some of the bull s blood in it, and swear to judge truly. And they wear the sacred blue robe, and put out all the Temple fires. But this today is because the City s so upset by the odd noises from the sea, and the god inside the nexcare disposable face mask big mountain speaking with his thunder voice. But all that s happened so often before. If any.ousehold, and the sports of the day had been discussed among for which care activities should the nurse apply a mask , eye protection (goooles), or a face shield them. On this day it was to be an elephant fight. The native women did not attend, for they never took part in any public affair. Mrs. Belgrave, as soon as she learned the nature of the entertainment, promptly declined to be present at it, and the others were of the same mind. To make the best of it, it was a brutal sport. The elephant is a noble beast, so intelligent that he deserves the consideration of man and to them it seemed barbarous to set them fighting, even if the animals had belligerent instincts, though they never displayed them in their domesticated condition unless under strong provocation. Some of the gentlemen regarded the exhibition as but little better than a prize fight though they all attended the occasion, for the more sensitive ones thought it would be impolite to decline the invitation, especially as the exhibition was got up especially for them. They were ushered into a large apartment, one side of which consisted of lofty arches, through which the display could be witnessed. At either end of the arena was chained a monster male elephant. A number of medical face protector mask female elephants were on an elevation near it and it seemed as though they were placed there for the same reason that the ladies were admitted to the tournaments of the knights in England and France. It was said that these females had a decided taste for such fights, and possibly the sight of them stimulated the male combatants. There were a number of men, very slightly clothed, in the ring, who seemed like the chulos of the Spanish arena, though their functions could hardly be the same and there were many openings in the walls through which they could escape, instead of leaping over the fence, as the bull fighters do. Some of them were armed with lances, and others with a stick with fireworks at the end. The Guicowar entered the spectators apartment, which was already well filled with nobles and the foreigners. He was dressed in white linen, with an elegant cap on his head. He had a fine athletic form, and wore a short beard. He was not inclined to take the special arm chair assigned to him, but walked about, speaking to his guests, not omitting the boys, to whom he appeared to have taken a fancy. His Highness gave a signal, at which the mahouts took their places on the necks of the big beasts, and the chains which secured the combatants were cast off. The monsters roared, and, with their trunks elevated, advanced to the affray. They increased their speed as they came.quite light with windows. When we had gone some way up this, we came to a sort of landing, and there was a block of stone let into the wall polished Denny said it was Aberdeen graphite, with gold letters cut in it. It said Here lies the body of Mr Richard Ravenal Born 1720. Died 1779. and a verse of poetry Here lie I, between earth and sky, Think upon me, dear passers by, And you who do my tombstone see Be kind to say a prayer for me. How horrid medical face mask trophy Alice said. Do let s get home. We may as well go to the top, Dicky said, just to say we ve been. And Alice is no funk so she agreed though I could see she did not like it. Up at the top it was like the top of the church tower, only octogenarian in shape, instead of square. Alice got all right there because you cannot think much about ghosts and nonsense when the sun is shining bang down on you at four o clock in the afternoon, and you can see red farm roofs between the trees, and the safe white roads, with people in carts like black ants crawling. It was very jolly, but we felt we ought to be getting back, because tea is at five, and we could not hope to find lifts both ways. So we started to go down. Dicky went first, then Oswald, then Alice and H. O. had just stumbled over the top step and saved himself by Alice s back, which nearly upset Oswald and Dicky, when the hearts of all stood still, and then went on by leaps and bounds, like the good work in missionary magazines. For, down below us, in the tower where the man whose beard grew down to his toes after he was dead was buried, there was a noise a loud noise. And it was like a door being banged and bolts fastened. We tumbled over each other to get back into the open sunshine on the top of the tower, and Alice s hand got jammed between the edge of the doorway and H. O. s boot it was bruised black and blue, and another part bled, but she did not notice it till long after. We looked at each other, and Oswald said in a firm voice at least, I hope it was What was that He HAS waked up, Alice said. Oh, I know he has. Of course there is a door for him to get out by when he wakes. He ll come up here. I know he will. Dicky said, and his voice was not at all firm I noticed that at the time , It doesn t matter, if he s ALIVE. Unless he s come to life a raving lunatic, Noel said, and we all stood with our eyes on the doorway of the turret and held our breath to hear. But there was no more noise. Then Oswald salt armour face mask shield protective usa new style said and nobody ever put it in the Golden Deed book, though they own that it was brave and noble of sun protective face mask clogged pores him he sa.
Medical Face Protector Mask 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 doctor. The color of the cobra varies from pale yellow to dark olive. One kind has something like a pair of spectacles 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.r a string of beads. The people in the market seemed better off than those in the when were disposable doctors face mask made crowd they had finer clothes, and more of them. They were the kind of people who, nowadays, would have lived at Brixton or Brockley. What s the trouble now a languid, large eyed lady in a crimped, half transparent linen dress, with her black hair very much braided and puffed out, asked of a date seller. Oh, the working men discontented as usual, the man medical face protector mask answered. Listen to them. Anyone would think it mattered whether they had a little more or less to eat. Dregs of society said the date seller. Scum said the lady. And I ve heard THAT before, too, said Robert. At that moment the voice of the crowd changed, from anger to doubt, from doubt to fear. There were other voices shouting they shouted defiance and menace, medical face protector mask and they came nearer very quickly. There was the rattle of wheels and the pounding of hoofs. A voice shouted, Guards The Guards The Guards shouted another voice, and the crowd of workmen took up the cry. The Guards Pharaoh s Guards And swaying a little once more, the crowd hung for a moment as it were balanced. Then as the trampling hoofs came nearer the workmen fled dispersed, up alleys and into the medical face protector mask courts of houses, do face masks protect healthy people or stop the spread of germs and the Guards in their embossed leather chariots swept down the street at the gallop, their wheels clattering over the stones, and their dark coloured, blue tunics blown open and back with the wind of their going. So THAT riot s over, said the crimped linen dressed lady that s a blessing And did you notice the Captain of the Guard What a very handsome man he was, to be sure The four children had taken advantage of the moment s pause before the crowd turned to fly, to edge themselves and drag each other into an arched doorway. Now they each drew a long breath and looked at the others. We re well out of THAT, said Cyril. Yes, said Anthea, but I do wish the poor men hadn t been driven back before they could get to the King. He might have done something for them. Not if he was the one in the Bible he wouldn t, said Jane. He had a hard heart. Ah, that was the Moses one, Anthea explained. The Joseph one was quite different. I should like to see Pharaoh s house. I wonder whether it s like the Egyptian Court in the Crystal Palace. I thought medical face protector mask we decided to try to get taken on in a Temple, said Cyril in injured tones. Yes, but we ve got to know someone first. Couldn t we make friends with a Temple doorkeeper we might give him the padlock or something. I wonder which are temples and which are palaces, Robert.