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nimal is esteemed superior to the calf of the white rhinoceros, whereas the black varieties never grow fat, and their flesh is tough and unpalatable. The horns of all four are used by the natives for many purposes, being solid, of fine texture, and susceptible of a high polish. Out of the longer horns the natives manufacture knobkerries clubs , and loading rods for their guns. The shorter ones afford material for mallets, drinking cups, handles for small tools, and the like. In Abyssinia, and other parts of Northern Africa, where swords are in use, sword hilts are made from the horns of the rhinoceros. The hide is also used for different purposes, among others for making the whips known as jamboks, though hippopotamus hide is superior. The skin of the African rhinoceros, as already stated, is without the plaits, folds, and scutellae, that characterise its Asiatic congener, yet it is far from being a soft one. It is so thick and difficult to pierce, that a bullet of ordinary lead will sometimes flatten upon it. To ensure its penetrating, the lead must be hardened with solder. The rhinoceros, though not a water animal, like the hippopotamus, is nevertheless fond of that element, and is rarely found at a great distance from it. All four kinds love to lie and wallow in mud, just as hogs in a summer s day and they are usually seen coated all over with this substance. During the day they may be observed lying down or standing under the shade of some thick mimosa tree, either asleep or in a state of easy indolence and it is during the night that they wander about in search of food and water. If approached from the lee side they can easily be got at, as their small sparkling eyes do not serve them well. On the contrary, if the hunter go to windward, they will scent him at a great distance, as their sense of smell is most what is the best method for handling the disposal of a face mask after use with a patient acute. If their eyes were only as keen as their nostrils, it would be a dangerous game to attack them, for they can run with sufficient rapidity to overtake a horse in the first charge. In charging and running, the black variety far excels the white. They are easily avoided, however, by the hunter springing quickly to one side, and dust face mask letting them rush blindly on. The black rhinoceros is about six feet high at the shoulder, and full thirteen in length while the white kinds are far larger. The kobaoba is full seven feet high, and fourteen in length No wonder that an animal of these extraordinary dimensions was at first sight taken for the elephant. In fact, the kobaoba rhinoceros is the quadruped next to the elephant in size and with his great muzzle full eighteen.of birds, though it was quite as stately, and much larger and taller. In fact, its great height and erect attitude was why Hendrik at first glance had taken it for an ostrich. It was neither peacock nor ostrich, but belonging to a different genus from either to the genus Otis or bustard. It was the great bustard of South Africa the Otis kori called pauw by the Dutch colonists, on account of its ocellated plumage and other points of resemblance to the Indian peacock. Now Swartboy, as well as Von Bloom, knew that the pauw was one of the most delicious of fowls for the table. But they knew at the same time that it was one of the shyest of birds, so shy that it is very difficult to get even a long shot at one. How, then, was it to be approached within range of the Bushman s arrow That was the point to be considered. Where it stood, it was full two hundred yards from them and had it perceived them, it would soon have widened that distance, by running off two hundred more. I say running off, for birds of the bustard family rarely take to wing, but use their long legs to escape from an enemy. On this account they are often hunted by dogs, and caught after a severe chase. Although but poor flyers, they are splendid runners, swift almost as the ostrich itself. The pauw, however, had not observed the hunters as yet. They had caught a glimpse of it, before appearing out of the bushes, and had halted as soon as they saw it. How was Swartboy to approach it It was two hundred yards from any cover, and the ground was as clean as a new raked meadow. True, the plain was not a large one. Indeed, Swartboy was rather surprised to see a pauw upon so small a one, for these birds frequent only the wide open karoos, where they can sight their enemy at a great distance. The glade was not large, but, after watching the bustard for some minutes, the hunters saw that it was resolved to keep near the centre, and showed no disposition to feed in the direction of the thicket on either side. Any one but a Bushman would have despaired of getting a shot at this kori but Swartboy did not despair. Begging the others to kawaii face mask remain quiet, he crept forward to the edge of the jungle, and placed himself behind a thick leafy bush. He then commenced uttering a call, exactly similar to that made by the male of the kori when challenging an adversary to combat. Like the grouse, the bustard is polygamous, and of course terribly jealous and pugnacious, at certain seasons of the year. Swartboy knew that it was just then the fighting season earloop face mask among the pauws, and hoped by imitating their challenge to draw the bird a cock he.the shots from the Bellevite dropped into the water near the Yazoo. You are at liberty to retire to any part of the vessel you desire, with your companion. Thank you, sir you are very kind and as I don t care to be shot by my friends, I will go below, replied Christy. 191 It was hardly safer below than on deck, and it was not likely that the resolute commander of the Yazoo would allow her to be captured as long as he could make any resistance. Christy got the idea from the decision he had observed in the face and expression of Captain Carboneer, that the only way to capture the steamer would be to knock her to pieces. He expected to be saved from the fate of a prisoner of war, i'm real face mask but he was not ready to believe that the Yazoo would be sent to the North as a prize. She had not half the force of the Bellevite, either in men or guns, and it had been proved that her speed could not save her. But all the chances of accidents were to be incurred, and no one could predict the final result. Christy and Beeks went below, and seated themselves in the wardroom of the ship. It looked homemade face mask for dry skin as though it had been altered from the dining saloon of a passenger steamer for its present use. But the vessel was an elegant affair, and Christy thought it was evident from what he saw that she had been built for a steam yacht by some British magnate. She was not more than two thirds as large as the Bellevite. The sound of the firing indicated that the Bellevite 192 was gaining on the chase even more rapidly than in the morning. At the end of a couple of hours more she seemed to be within a mile, or perhaps less. The Yazoo was shaking in every fibre of her steel body, and it was plain that Captain Carboneer was straining her to the utmost to effect his escape. It is beginning to warm up a little, said Beeks, as he tried to look out at one of the round ports of the wardroom. It will be hotter than this before we see the end of it, replied Christy. Can you see anything Not a thing of course the Bellevite is astern of us, added Beeks. But the Yazoo is not using her guns. How can she She has not fired a shot for some time, and she cannot without coming to. I should say she might as well do one thing as another. She can t run away from the Bellevite, and she may as well take her chances in a fight as a run. But the Bellevite does not seem to be handling her great gun at a very lively rate, suggested Beeks. 193 I suppose Captain Breaker wants to save all he can of the Yazoo, and he knows that he can knock her all to pieces when he decides that it is rubber face mask necessary. What is all that racket on deck asked Beeks. Prob.
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I thought we were here for business, and you are talking about some girl. She is the lady of whom I spoke to you she spent the last winter with her uncle at the Glenfield Plantation. I am interested in her, replied 33 Mulgate, as though he had given a sufficient excuse for the i'm real face mask questions he had put to Corny. i'm real face mask Are we to capture her and take her back to the State of Alabama demanded the other, who seemed to be a gentleman of forty at least. I don t know that depends but, Captain Carboneer, I hope you will be my friend in this little matter, added Mulgate. I don t know any thing about the little matter but I am not willing to jeopardize the enterprise that brings us here to help you out with a love affair, replied the older gentleman. There will be time enough for you to look for a wife after the war is over, and y.I should use my powers of persuasion upon you, Captain Gilder, in the first place. 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