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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Good gracious, no, dear. Please dismiss that thought from your mind. I know your father's views on that matter perfectly, and-strictly between ourselves-they are more than congratuhtory to you. No, my dear, it isn't that at all."
Twenty minutes after leaving his home in Highgate, Willard Lyall was knocking at an unpretentious-looking door in a Notting Hill side street. It was the private entrance to a small, working jeweller's shop.
At his third knock the door was opened a few inches and an unsavoury-looking face squinted out, a face chiefly notable for the amazing amount of dirt that appeared to have taken up a permanent abode upon it-and a ghastly-looking cast in the eyes.
" Good-morning, Tansy," said Lyall.
" Good Gawd, guv-you ? Come in quick!" whispered the apparition.
He escorted Lyall through to a little workshop at the back of the premises. The windows were heavily painted over and the atmosphere was thick with the heat of burning carbon. Along a low bench were a row of electric braziers, and a big caldron stood at the far end. Near it was a neat little heap of small gold bars, cooling. They were fresh from the great melting pot.
The little shop in front was only a blind. The back premises were nothing more or less than a gold refinery. It was in that little workshop that

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