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THE TEMPERING

out and finished in thirty minutes ! Get a rift on ! Get a jazz on those scrubbers ! Johnson, don't let me catch you skiving !"
The Lad from the Elephant, in mad enthusiasm, hurls down a bucket of water and runs amok with a long scrubber.
In forty-five minutes, the hut is damply clean. Later it will rain. To-morrow the hut will be dirty again. For the next seven days we will conduct a sort of Lucknow against the detritus of the earth which the rain will turn to mud, and the warmth of the hut will turn back to dust ... against the dust and ashes which always lie in wait.
" In the East," says Sergeant Hands, "there's whole cities buried under yards and yards of muck. That's what comes of not getting the place properly dug out. So be warned ! Dirt buries you alive if you let it. Furthermore, as senior N.C.O. in this hut, I get the blame if the place is in tripe. And that," Sergeant Hands mutters, "is worst of all."
Barker says: "My mum's been digging alit our 'ouse for forty-two years and a quarter. It's still as dirty as it was when she started ..."
" You'll find," says Crowne, "that even this little bit o' dampness will get into your rifle-barrels. Watch out for your barrels. They're sensitive as a young girl's cheeks. And you're going to fire your course. So nurse them barrels."
And so the course is fired. Those of us who flinched a little at first (when, on the thirty-yard range at the Depot, the noise of a 303 rifle-shot seemed to smash

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