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It was well into the morning before he was fit enough to be questioned, and here his real difficulty began. His business in Bulkrania was of a secret nature, and he was particularly anxious to hide his identity as a member of the C.LD. However, after a lot of hedging, he had to tell the authorities his name and something about his business. At once they communicated with the Chief of Police in Sokia, and as they had their own method of doing this, it was not long before confirmation of Royston's identity came through. From this moment he was treated with every care and consideration. They provided him with money and clothes and reserved a place on a train leaving for the Bulkranian capital shortly after lunch. This was due to get him to Sokia about seven o'clock that evening.
He was very grateful for all they did, but he had the greatest difficulty in explaining how he got into the water. He did not want his late captor to know that he had been rescued. He felt that if he could let the scoundrel believe that he was dead, he would be able to pursue his investigations more thoroughly, and perhaps even catch the man off his guard. He gained his point at last, and they agreed to say nothing about his 'accident' in any case. As he did not tell them about his mysterious assailant they naturally took it for an affair of another nature, and laughed about it behind his back.
He sat in the train being swiftly taken to his destination, wondering who had planned this latest business-for, to his way of reckoning, it showed definite traces of a master hand once more at work. Who, in the first place, could possibly have known him? He had no recollection of ever before having met the man who had played his trick so successfully.

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