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THE TEMPERING

"So there it is," says Sergeant Crowne. "Take it or leave it. The order for C.O.'s Parade is, belt and pouches and side-arms, and rifle. You want to see them rifles are clean. Them barrels must gleam like Blind O'Reilly, and every nook and cranny must be dug out spotless. Mind your magazine-springs : one speck o' grit and Gord 'elp you. There's a rifle inspection right after C.O.'s Parade; and to-day being Saturday, the rest of the day is yours to muck about in. Got me ? Geordie, be a good lad and 'elp me on with this stuff."
Thurstan holds up Sergeant Crowne's webbing. The Sergeant could easily manage on his own, but he is trying to win Thurstan's confidence.
Watching, we experience something of the thrill of the circus ... The Tamer, with supreme confidence, kneels ... the lion opens the red cavern of his mouth. ... The brilliantined head rests, for a second, between the hungry-looking white tearing-teeth.... Then the Tamer rises, bowing, and pent-up admiration lets itself loose in applause.
" Thanks," says Sergeant Crowne, buttoning his epaulettes.
Thurstan, feeling every glance focused upon him, shakes himself.
That man is dangerous.
A bugle sounds. "Quarter. Get outside to the Square," says Sergeant Crowne. Still unaccustomed to individual movement, we go down in a tight group.

Afternoon. It blows up cold. Yes, in from the North rides a muddy-piebald squadron of clouds, the spearhead of the advancing Winter. All of a sudden the air

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