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there was no end to it. And the 'going' was difficult too, because of all the heaps of dirt on the floor through the breaking of the walls. Then all at once the horrible idea struck him that he was making a mistake ; that the tunnel led nowhere! After all, the footmarks might be old ones, and certainly need not prove that anyone had come down this way recently. Perhaps Bunny was away back in the old mill all the time, lying unconscious-or dead, even as that other man was ! It was a terrifying thought for one to give way to, down here in the bowels of the earth. It raised a terrible fear in the mind of Ajax. He did not like to think that all this precious time had been wasted.
Then without any warning he came to a sudden stop, for he was in a very small paved and concreted chamber. The roof and floor and walls were in splendid condition. Here, obviously, was the end of the journey. But his heart failed him again-there was no Bunny here, in this little room six feet by eight, or any signs of him. There was just the blank wall. So his effort had been for nothing! All this time had been wasted -and Bunny might need him so badly ! Poor Ajax! he felt the darkness making his eyes smart and the foul air in the tunnel bring a lump to his throatAt least that is what he put it down to. It was a dreadful blow to him ! Then without any warning the candle dropped on the floor and he was left in the darkness. He did not worry over that for he still had the matches, and there was something else to interest him ; for suddenly his heart leapt to his throat. There, in the darkness, he saw a door outlined in a thin beading of light, evidently shining through from the other side of the wall facing him. There was a way out after all! He was on the right track!

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