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CHAPTER XIV

" What did Hamel do? "
" Featherstone said they would come out and cross themselves. Actually they came out and used more filthy words than I've ever forgotten. I was so surprised that I forgot to laugh."
" They're still at it," said Featherstone. " I threatened to write to the Pope, and a little chap about two feet high told me precisely what he'd like to do to the Pope. Really, it was too much for me."
" You look quite pale," said Oliver.
" I feel it. I'm going in to Tidworth to have a drink."
" Have you got leave yet ?"
" Yes ; are you coming. We might as well all three go and have a decent meal for once. What price the Skittles Hotel? "
" I'm with you," said Oliver.
" I'll come if I can get leave," said Denis. " But I've only got a quid till the end of camp."
" It won't cost you all that," said Featherstone.
" Shall we get Peter, if he's doing nothing ?" said Denis. They found Peter in the canteen making the best of the bright yellow liquid known as lemonade.
Major Sandymore was in a friendly mood. " All right, you three. You must be back by last post. No drinking or smoking, of course ? "
" Oh, no, sir," said Oliver. Major Sandymore acknowledged their salute and turned away.
A few yards down the Tidworth road a lorry slowed down to their signals and they jumped up behind. " All aboard for the jolly old Skittles," said Oliver, and the lorry rattled down the hill.
" Here's to good old whisky,
" The stuff to make you frisky," sang Featherstone.
" I hope Freeman isn't there," said Denis.
" Doesn't matter if he is," said Peter. " I shall offer him a ginger beer in my most courteous manner. Oh, yes, I've got a new scandal for you. I forgot about it."
" Good old Peter," said Oliver. " He's the one for the latest piece of gossip."

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