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      "No," he murmured, "they're late; we've been waiting for them."

      "Dead ahead, sir," replied the officer. "'Tis Fusiyama, sir."

      HOT-WATER SNAKE. HOT-WATER SNAKE."The birds dive off from the raft, and can swim under water with great rapidity. Sometimes they are not inclined to fish, and require to be pushed off, and, perhaps, beaten a little by their master. If they have been well trained, they swim directly towards the raft, when they rise to the surface; but sometimes a cormorant will go off the other way, in the hope of being able to swallow the fish he holds in his mouth. In such case the fisherman[Pg 348] follows and captures the runaway, punishing him soundly for his misconduct. Whenever a bird catches a fish and brings it to the raft, he is rewarded with a mouthful of food. In this way he soon learns to associate his success with something to eat; and a cormorant that has been well trained has a good deal of fidelity in his composition. I am uncertain which to admire most, the dexterity of the fisherman in handling his raft, or the perseverance and celerity of the cormorants."

      COOKING-RANGE IN THE OLDEN TIME. COOKING-RANGE IN THE OLDEN TIME.Ah, but the tone: there is so much in the tone, said this excruciating lady. How very odd it would be to hear a clergyman give out his own banns.

      Alices banns had never been given out by anybody, and a physiognomist might hazard the conjecture that they never would be, for she had in her face, with its short-sighted eyes, high cheekbones, and mouth that looked as if it had got unbuttoned, that indescribable air of old-maidishness which fate sometimes imprints on the features of girls still scarcely of marriageable age. They do not, as Alice did not, seem to be of the types from which wives and mothers are developed. A celibacy, tortured it may be, seems the fate inexplicably destined for them by the irony of Nature who decreed that they should be women, and they discharge their hearts in peevishness or in feverish activities. Alice was inclined to the more amiable of these safety-valves, but she could be peevish too.


      "And this is the first fruits of liberty," muttered the monk"but no good can be had unalloyed with evil."


      Accordingly even before the gong sounded for{245} lunch, he had finished a note in answer to Lord Inverbrooms as follows:The moment he suggested that, her whole nature, her consciousness of the entire innocence of her visits there, was up in arms against the proposal. Not to go there would imply that there was a reason for not going there, and there was none. Whatever had passed between Mrs Keeling and her husband yesterday was no business of hers; she intended to finish her work. This conclusion was comprised in the decision with which she answered him.


      "Oh, father!" said she, raising up her eyes, that were filled with tears; "it is not for myselfit is for him.""Will we stop anywhere on the way?"