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at all. Someone had evidently sneaked up behind him and hit him on the head, then dragged him away down there unconscious. The more Ajax thought of this horrible possibility, the more it gained ground. But he quickly realised that he was dealing with a desperate enemy-one who did not hesitate to kill! He knew he could not manage this business alone. If he were to be injured too, then they would both perish.
But, he asked himself, how was he to send a message for help? Then suddenly an idea struck him-the canoe. Feverishly he searched in his pockets for some paper to write on. All he could find was Veronica's last letter. Well ! much as he hated parting with it, it had to be sacrificed! So he fished it out from somewhere under the left side of his jacket. With a stump of pencil he scribbled a brief message, addressing it both to the Baron and the police. Then he searched around for a nail to fasten it to the canoe. He knew that the swiftly moving stream would in all probability upset it at the weir; and he did not want the note to be lost that way. He soon came across the nails he wanted, and dashed down to the canoe. Hurriedly he pinned the note to the crossbar, then he turned the canoe loose. He muttered a prayer as the current seized the frail bark and swept it out of sight in the swirling waters. What would be the end of it, he wondered? Well, he felt it was the best he could do, so he hastened back to the mill. He found the stone again, after a feverish search, during which he broke into a cold sweat at the fear he might not be able to find it; or that when he did, it would have been made secure from the inside.
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