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might have caused more comment too, had he not cleverly allayed all suspicion by his generous hospitality. One of the very first things he had done was to surround the whole estate with a strong double fence-one inside the other-of wire running through concrete posts. These, of course, prevented any trespassing very effectively ; but rumour (among ignorant people) had it that the inner fence could be electrified at will-but no one attempted to prove so absurd a statement ! The only way in or out ran along by the lodge near the big gates ; and everyone who sought admittance had to pass the gatekeepera man of formidable appearance and great strength, though he was always the acme of courtesy to visitors.
Thus the owner created a place for himself, very quickly, in the social life of the residents ; and by gaining their confidence he had already accomplished an important step in his deep laid scheme. Of course, it is not necessary to conclude that even the deepest of schemes must be 'evil' or 'wrong'; nor dare one say that his interest in the young men on the river was necessarily calculated to be harmful. Surely, no one could have thought him to be anything that was not quite right ; and after all, everyone has something in their life which needs to be forgotten! That is why we must not begin to blame him, just because we have seen how he always cloked the expression of his weird aesthetic face behind an aspect of imperturbability-an impenetrableness which we have seen lifted only twice before. Nor can we say he was a villain, just because he had queer tastes in re-building his new home. After all, he was not English ! So we must wait to judge the man until we have learned what his schemes were. He was one who had himself learned to wait !

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