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GalileoStar
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Food, Beverage, Commodity, Medical, Chemical, Machinery & Hardware, Apparel, Textiles
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Welcome to consult
r Gambier laughed

Tonydont forsake me

Hold your tongue sir thunderGalileoStar2 manual filling machine a03,roll-on deodorant filling machined Strife I wont have any more of this Get into the car Antoinette

He touched her arm and for the first time she responded She turned and climbed into the car still trembling her head bowed tears on her cheek

Nigel sprang on to the step

Tonycant you forgive me I didnt deceive you from any wrong motive Why do you look like that Is it because Ive been in prisonII suffered there

Oh dont gasped the girl dont speak to meI cant bear it IIm so dreadfullydisappointed

His eyes searched her face for some pity or understanding Instead he saw only horror pain and something akin to fright

Dont she repeated

Then he suddenly realised that she was too young to understand

He fell back from the step and covered his eyes

Sir Gambier sprang into the drivers seat Tony did not speak again Her father took the steeringwheel and the car throbbed away into the dusk She made no protest and only once looked backat the man who still stood in the middle of the lane with his hands over his eyes
CHAPTER XI DISILLUSION AT SIXTEEN
Rather to Tonys surprise she and her father drove in silence As a matter of fact Sir Gambier was baffled by his younger daughter Awdrey he could have dealt with easily enoughhe was used to Awdreys scrapes But Tony had always been more or less impersonala vague some one for whom one paid schoolbills who came home for the holidays made herself pretty scarce and then went back to school again to write prim letters home every SuGalileoStar2 manual filling machine a03,roll-on deodorant filling machineday It was a new idea that this halfrealised being should suddenly show herself possessed of a personality in the form of a scrapeand such a scrape too Furlonger He grunted with fury butas would never have been the case if he had had Awdrey to deal withhe said nothing

Once however he looked sideways and noticed how Tony was sitting Her back was bent and her arms rested on her knees the hands clenched between them her chin was a little thrust forward into the darkness through which they rushed

At last they reached Shovelstrode The moon was high above the pines and they seemed to be waving in waters of silver The housefront shimmered in the white light as the motor pulsed up to it Tony climbed down and stood stiffly on the step

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Youd better go to your room said Sir Gambier in muddled rage II expect your mother will want to speak to you

Very well said Tony
She walked quickly upstairs went into her room and sat down on the bed A square of moonlight lay on the floor and the moving shadows curtsied across it They and the pines outside seemed to be nodding to her grotesquely under the moonthey seemed to be mocking her for her great illusion lost

Furlonger she repeated to herself Furlonger

A sick quake of rage was in her heart Her feelings were still confused but definite grievances stood out of the jumble This man whom she had thought so much ofin schoolgirl language had a rave onhad deceived her told her lies acted them and won by them well the horrible thing was that she did not really know how much or how little he hadGalileoStar2 manual filling machine a03,roll-on deodorant filling machinewon

But worse still was the realisation that he had made her do unconsciously something she thought wrong Like most girls of her age she had a castiron code of morals When a schoolgirl sets out to be moral there is no professor of ethics or minister of religion that can touch herher morality has behind it all the enormous force of inexperience it can neither stretch nor bend and it breaks only at the risk of her whole spiritual life

She was horrified to think she had given her friendship to a scoundrel even though she hadPg 124 done it ignorantly It was like befriending a girl who cheated or told tales For her his crime had no attraction or interestit was just a hideous blot and defilement She had often heard the Wickham Rubber scandal discussed and now storehoused memorGalileoStar2 manual filling machine a03,roll-on deodorant filling machinees came to appal her Hundreds of people most of them already poor had been ruined and plunged into miserywidows with growing families elderly spinsters with hardgathered savings poor old men with the terror of the workhouse closing on them with age had trusted this Furlonger once and execrated him now He was like that dreadful man in the Psalms who laid wait to murder the innocenthe doth ravish the poor when he getteth him into his den And she had allowed this man to be her friend she had confided her secrets to him she had dreamed of him and prayed to meet him Tonys teeth and hands clenched and her eyes grew miserable and hard

Then she began to wonder what had made Furlonger want her friendship What had he and she in common Somehow she could not for a moment believe that he had sought her out from unworthy motives The fact would always remain that he had wanted her friendship that he had not given her a word which was not kind or courteous that he had come to her rescue in her hour of need the tears rushed to her eyes that was the bitterest part of allher memories of his kindliness and knighterrantrypictures of East Grinstead Swites Wood Brambletye Lingfield Park and that little old cottage by Goatsluck Farm Pg 125Suddenly she found herself making up her mind not to join her father and mother in condemning him She would take his part in the scene which she knew was at hand

She soon heard her father calling her and went down He pointed into her mothers boudoir a small room with French windows opening on the lawn It was full of vague furniture and vague mixed colours and it seemed to Tony as if she were swimming through it up to the couch where her mother lay It never struck her as strange that her father should seem unable to deal with her himself but should hand her over to this weak invalid who lay with closed eyes in the lamplight

Now I dont want a scene she said without opening them

Tony wont make a scene said Sir Gambier shes a deep one

Oh Antoinette sighed Lady StrifeI never was so surprised in my life as when I heard of your deceit

My deceit said Tony quickly

Yesgoing about with a man like Furlonger and hiding it from your father and motherdont you call that deceit

I didnt know he was Furlonger

But you knew it was wrong to have a secret friendship with any man whatsoever I never heard of such a thing in a young girl of your age and positionits what housemaids do and not nice housemaids at that

Mother cried Tony her voice shaking unexpectedly it was an adventure

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A what shouted Sir Gambier

His wife winced

Dont startle me dear And let the child say what she likesIm glad she has a theory to explain her actions

Strife muttered something unintelligible but made no more interruptions

Now tell me Antoinette said her mother exactly how long you have known this manand what have you and he been doing together

Mother I cant explain I know it sounds deceitful and caddish and all that but itit wasnt It was an adventure just as Ive said Ive done something

The invalid smiled distantly

When you are older you will realise the superiority of thought to action The soul is built of thoughtsactions harden and coarsen it But we wont discuss that now Tell me how you and he got to know each other

He was the man who was so splendid at East Grinstead station He told me his name was Smith because of course he didnt want me to know who he really was Then I met him one morning when I was giving Prince a run in Swites Wood and then another time when Id punctured my bicycle and

Go on Antoinette

Oh youll never understand But he was so different from any one else Id met He spoke so differentlyabout such different things

I can imagine that

But he wasnt horrid motherI swear hePg 127 wasnt He was very quiet and interesting and rather unhappyand I liked himI liked him awfully

Lady Strife did not speak but her eyes were wide open As for Sir Gambier an unheardof thing happenedhe became sarcastic

Oh you liked him did you Found him a nicemannered young fellowwellinformed I didnt know you were interested in the inner life of his Majestys prisons

Father cried Tony sharply

Now listen to me dear said her mother you are very young and consequently very inexperienced A grownup person would at once have realised that this mans friendship for you could not be disinterested

What do you mean

I mean that hes not the type of man who would naturally want to be the friend of a young and innocent girl like you He must have had some ulterior motive in seeking your friendship You have possibly seen no signs of that so far but it would have been plain enough later

I dont believe it

Hush dear Your impertinence disconcerts me I am trying to view the matter from the standpoint of pure thought and how am I to do that if you keep on rudely interrupting me and dragging me down into the surge of human annoyance You must take it from those older and more experienced than yourself that this mans motives in seeking your friendship could not have been disinterested Besides even suppose for thePg 128 sake of argument that they were dont you think youve been acting most disloyally to your father and me in associating with a man you know we disapprove of

Mother Ive told you Id no idea who he really was Why I thought the other man was Furlonger Besides I didnt know you disapproved of him When all the others were letting fly at him you said something about his having a beautiful soul and sinning more divinely than many people pray

There is nothing more irritating to the Magus than to have his early philosophies cast in his teeth by some one with a better memory than his own Lady Strife descended deep into the surge of human annoyance

Really Antoinette you are a perfectly exasperating child All this comes from trying to treat you like a reasonable being Your father said that what you really need is a good thrashing and Im inclined to agree with him now though I insisted on having you in and discussing things with you from the standpoint of pure thought I shant waste any more time on youyou can go back to your room and stay there till your father gets an answer to his telegram to your Aunt Margaret

Aunt Maggie

Yes cried Sir Gambier youre going to Southsea to stay with your Aunt Maggie till your confounded school reopens or the crack of doom fallswhichever happens first Youre too much trouble at homegoing about with a face like aPg 129 plaster saint while in reality youre traipsing over the country with men

Father I wasnt traipsing Oh please dont send me to Aunt MaggiesI shall die This was that terrible coercion from outside which so effectually routs the forces of sixteen

My dear little girl said her mother who had climbed back to her standpoint of pure thought I know you will be reasonable now andI think I may be quite sure of that toograteful afterwards Your father and
 
 
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