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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Willard Lyall died. I have already told you that Valmon Dain was innocent of that murder-that, indeed, no murder was ever committed at all. The Australian mail leaves on Monday. In that mail is a parcel addressed to T. Z. Hengel, Esq., Melbourne. The contents may be of interest to you.
" Lastly, I trust you will do nothing indiscreet till I have obtained for you the incontrovertible proofs you need. I cannot do that until midnight to-morrow night--i.e., to-night.
" Yours faithfully,
" THE GHOST."

Delbury read the missive the moment it arrived. He was thumbing his chin pensively, with Shaughriessy staring over his shoulder.
Then Delbury burst out: " Gosh ! Mick, what do you think of that ?"
" I'd reckon it's no use racking me brains over it," said Shaughnessy. "The Ghost seems to be hot on the trail of something or other ; but, like the sweet hound he is, he won't be after tellin' us what it is. It's a delightful creature he is. He won't tell us 'owt, for fear we get ourselves into trouble meddlin' with things that might burn the fingers off our hands. Sure, and it's one of Nature's own gentlemen he is. Tell me now, did ye ever suspect the Ghost of that other clever gentleman we're chasin' ?" Shaughnessy paused and regarded his chief with a thoughtful frown.
Delbury looked out through the open window to

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