Full Face Mask Protection at the equator. We are now in about 15 deg north latitude and a degree of longitude is 66.65 statute miles, or 57.9855 sea miles, near enough to call it 58. By the way, Louis, multiply the number of statute miles by.87, and it gives you the sea miles. Divide the knots by the same decimal, and it gives the statute miles. I will try to remember that decimal as you have done, replied Louis. Now, Mr. Scott, don t open Bowditch s Navigator to us, or talk about projection, logarithms, Gunter, and inspection for I am not capable of understanding them, for my trigonometry has gone to the weeping willows. full face mask protection Talk to us in English, Mr. Scott, laughed Miss Blanche. Let us go up to Conference Hall, where there is a table, said the third officer, as he produced a book he had brought up from his state room. He led the way to the promenade, where he spread out a chart in the Orient Guide, which had twenty six diagrams of a clock, one at the foot of every fifteen degrees of longitude. At this point the commander came upon the promenade. Formerly the figures on a timepiece in Italy, and perhaps elsewhere, went up to twenty four, instead of repeating the numbers up to twelve and these diagrams are constructed on that plan, continued Scott. An attempt has been made to re establish this method in our own country. I learned once from a folder that a certain steamer would leave Detroit at half past twenty two meaning half cute medical face mask past ten. But the plan was soon abandoned, interposed the captain. Aden, from which we sailed the other day, is in longitude 45 deg east. Every degree by meridians is equal to four minutes of clock time. Multiply the longitude by four, and the result in minutes is the difference face mask are used to protect eyes and of time between Greenwich and Aden, 180 minutes, or three hours. When it is noon at Greenwich, it is three o clock at Aden, as you see in the diagram before you. Three o clock in the morning, Mr. Scott queried the commander. In the afternoon, I should have added. Going east the time is faster, and vice versa, continued the young officer. At our present speed our clocks must be put about twenty minutes ahead, for a third of an hour has gone to Davy Jones s locker. I understand all that perfectly, said Miss Blanche with an air of triumph. You will be a sea monster before you get home. The sirens were beautiful, and sang very sweetly, added Scott jocosely. They were wicked, and I don t want to be one. But I do not quite understand how you found out what time it was at noon to day, added the young lady. For every degree of longitude.round to them. They were to the effect that full face mask protection Perbut Lalleejee would celebrate the marriage of his son that evening, and the favor of the recipient s attendance was requested to a Grand Nautch at nine o clock. The gentleman who sent out these cards was one of the wealthiest of the Parsee community, with whom the viscount was intimately acquainted, and he strongly recommended the Americans to attend. The Parsees face mask medical kept their religious affairs to themselves, and the party were not full face mask protection to assist at the ceremony, which would have been an extra inducement to attend. Promptly at the hour named the carriages set the tourists and their volunteer guides down at the magnificent mansion of the father of the young man who was to enter the marriage state that evening. The street in the vicinity of the house was brilliantly illuminated, and it was covered over with an awning, from which no end of ornamental lamps were suspended. Behind a mass of flowers cartloads of them a foreign orchestra was placed. As the carriages stopped at the door, the band began a military march, whose inspiring strains seemed to give an additional lustre to the elaborate decorations. It was easy for the guests to believe that they had been introduced into the midst of a fairy scene. Sahib Perbut appeared at the door as soon as the vehicles stopped, and took his lordship by the hand, and each of the guests were presented to him as they alighted. The host was not an old man, as the strangers expected to find him, since he had a son who was old enough to get married. He was very richly dressed, and he was a gentleman of unbounded suavity. Taking Mrs. Belgrave by the hand, he conducted her into the house, the rest of the party forming a procession behind them. The Americans had been obliged to make full face mask protection a trip to the Guardian Mother, to obtain garments suitable for such a swell occasion, and they were all dressed in their Sunday clothes. If the exterior of the splendid mansion had challenged the admiration of the guests, the interior presented a scene of Oriental magnificence which might have astonished even the Count of Monte Cristo. The party were conducted to the grand and lofty apartment where the Nautch was to be given. Immense mirrors reflected the brilliancy of a thousand lights the floor was covered with the richest of carpets, the luxurious divans and sofas were overspread with the cloths of Cashmere the elaborate richness of the costumes of the Oriental guests, and the army of servants manipulating punkas, or fans, formed a scene not unlike.
on the part of all who sang it. Captain Ringgold rose and bowed his thanks, and Lord Tremlyn spoke again It is very natural that you should desire to know something about the guests who have been so fortuitously cast into your kindly embrace, and especially in regard to the calamity which has made us the recipients of your generous hospitality and Captain Ringgold gives us this opportunity to gratify your reasonable curiosity. I am no orator, like my brother, the commander of the Guardian Mother, and funny medical face masks I shall call upon my friend and secretary, who has been travelling with me in India for his health, to give you the desired information. Though it was Sunday, even the commander joined in the applause that greeted the doctor when he mounted the rostrum. Mr. Commander, and ladies and gentlemen, I beg to inform you that my Lord Tremlyn is quite as capable of speaking for himself as I am for him but as I am called upon to make this explanation, I shall do so with pleasure. I have the honor to be the secretary of the Right Honorable Viscount Tremlyn, the son of the noble earl who is Secretary of State for India. He has been on a mission in the interests of his father to obtain certain information, though he holds no official position. Sir Modava Rao has held several official positions in India, and is perhaps more familiar with the country and its British and native governments than any other man. He has been travelling with Lord Tremlyn, to assist him in obtaining the information connected with his unofficial mission. My lord has completed the work assigned to him but the viceroy wished him to visit the Imam of Muscat unofficially for a certain purpose I am not face mask surgical disposable at liberty to state. In a small steam yacht owned by Sir Modava, the most devoted friend of his lordship, in which he had been all around the peninsula, and up several of its rivers, we embarked for Muscat, and safely reached that country. Then the viscount decided to proceed to Aden, where he had important business for he intended to return to England by the Euphrates route, in order to inform himself in regard to the navigation of the river. We sailed for Aden, believing we should have the calm and pleasant weather of the north east monsoon. Yesterday we encountered the gale from the south west, which was very unusual. But the Travancore was an able seaboat, and we went along very well until we were run into by a steamer in the darkness and mist early this morning. The side of the little steamer was stove in, and she began to fill. We put on our.o. So they woke the Psammead and put it in its bass bag with the waterproof sheet, in case of inclement weather in Babylon. 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Through the arch showed the gleam of soft green leaves and white blossoms. They stepped full face mask protection forward quite happily. Even Jane felt that this did not look like lions, and her hand hardly trembled at all as she held the charm for the others to go through, and last, slipped through herself, and hung the charm, now grown small again, round her neck. The children found themselves under a white blossomed, green leafed fruit tree, in what seemed to be an orchard of such trees, all white flowered and green foliaged. Among the long green grass under their feet grew crocuses and lilies, and strange blue flowers. In the branches overhead thrushes and blackbirds were singing, and the coo of a pigeon came softly to them in the green quietness of the orchard. Oh, how perfectly lovely cried Anthea. Why, it s like home exactly I mean England only everything s bluer, and whiter, and greener, and the flowers are bigger. The boys owned that it certainly was fairly decent, and even Jane admitted that it was all very pretty. I m certain there s nothing to be frightened of here, said Anthea. I don t know, said Jane. I suppose the fruit trees go on just the same even when people are killing each other. I didn t half like what the learned gentleman said about the hanging gardens. emf face protection mask decorative medical face masks I suppose they have gardens on purpose to hang people in. I do hope this isn t one. Of course it isn t, said Cyril. The hanging gardens are just gardens hung up I think on chains between houses, don t you know, like trays. Come on let s get somewhere. They began to walk through the c.window as fast as they filled, and we baled the bath with a jug without pausing to complain how hard the work was. All the same, it was more exciting scented disposable face masks than you can think. But in Oswald s dauntless breast he began to see that they would HAVE to call Mrs Pettigrew. A new waterfall broke out between the fire grate and the mantelpiece, and spread in devastating floods. Oswald is full of ingenious devices. I think I have said this before, but it is quite true and perhaps even truer this time than it was last time I said it. He got a board out of the box room next door, and rested one end in the chink between the fireplace and the mantelpiece, and laid the other end on the back of a chair, then we stuffed the rest of the chink with our nightgowns, and laid a towel along the plank, and behold, a noble stream poured over the end of the board right into the bath we put there ready. It was like Niagara, only not so round in shape. The first lot of water that came down the chimney was very dirty. The wind whistled outside. Noel said, If it s pipes burst, and not the rain, it will be nice for the water rates. Perhaps it was only natural after this for Denny to begin with his everlasting poetry. He stopped mopping gloves ans face mask flu protection up the water to say By this the storm grew loud apace, The water rats were shrieking, And in the howl of Heaven each face Grew black as they were speaking. Our faces were black, and our hands too, but we did not take any notice we only told him not to gas but to go on mopping. And he did. And we all did. But more and more water came pouring down. You would not believe so much could come off one roof. When at last it was agreed that Mrs Pettigrew must be awakened at all hazards, we went and woke Alice to do the fatal errand. When she came back, with Mrs Pettigrew in a nightcap and red flannel petticoat, we held our breath. But Mrs Pettigrew did not even say, What on earth have you children been up to NOW as Oswald had feared. She simply sat down on my bed and said Oh, dear oh, dear oh, dear ever so many times. Then Denny said, I once saw holes in a cottage roof. The man told me it was done when the water came through the thatch. He said if the water lies all about on the top of the ceiling, it breaks it down, but if you make holes the water will only come through the holes and you can put pails under the holes to catch it. So we made nine holes in the ceiling with the poker, and put pails, baths and tubs under, and now there was not so much water on the floor. But we had to keep on working like niggers.
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He was introduced to the members of the Big Four, who could hardly keep their faces at the proper length after hearing what passed between the youthful sahib and Mrs. Belgrave, at the idea of a ten year old bridegroom. Is it possible that this little fellow is married, Sir Modava exclaimed the principal lady from Von Blonk Park. There can be no doubt of it, replied the Hindu gentleman. But it is hardly in the same sense that marriage takes place in England and America. The bride will be received into this Parsee family, and the groom will remain here but everything in the domestic circle will continue very nearly as it was before, and husband and wife will pursue their studies. It looks very strange to us, added the lady. It is the custom of the country. The British government does not interfere unnecessarily with matters interwoven into the religion and habits of the people, though it has greatly modified the manners of the natives, wkf face mask protection and abolished full face mask protection some barbarous customs. The suttee, as the English called the Sanscrit word sati meaning a virtuous wife, was a Hindu institution which required that a faithful wife should burn herself on the funeral pyre with the body of her deceased husband or if he died at a distance from his home, that she should sacrifice herself on one of her own. How horrible I have read of it, but hardly believed it, added the lady and others who were listening expressed the same feeling. It was a full face mask protection custom in India before the time of Christ. Some of your American Indians bury the weapons of the dead chief, food, and other articles with him, as has been the custom of other nations, in the belief that they will need these provisions in the happy hunting ground. The Hindus b.proper. As the ship came into the harbor she passed abreast of the Blanche, and was greeted with three cheers, which were promptly and vigorously returned. Accommodations had been bespoken by Lord Tremlyn, and early in the afternoon the party were quartered in the Elphinstone. Carriages were obtained, and before night they had visited the principal parts of the town, and even the cinnamon gardens, in which they were greatly interested and some of the ladies told what it was good for, both as a spice and a medicine. I suppose you know all about cinnamon, Mrs. Belgrave, said Sir Modava, as they were looking at the trees. I only know enough about it to put it in my apple pies when I make them. This island produces the finest article in the world. It is a very old spice, mentioned in the Old Testament, though I forget the name by which it is there called, added the Indian gentleman. But I did not suppose it grew on a tree I had an idea it was a root. No it is the inner bark of the trees before you. They are from twenty to thirty feet high, and are sometimes a foot and a half through. But the cultivated plant is not allowed to grow more than ten feet high. The leaves average five inches long, and taste more like cloves than cinnamon. There are two crops a year in Ceylon, the first in March, the last in November. The bark is taken off with considerable labor and care, and when it dries it curls up as you find your stick cinnamon. I used ground cinnamon, added the lady. It is the same thing, passed through the mill. Cassia is another species of cinnamon, and its oil is often substituted for the true oil and very likely you buy it ground for the real thing. The experts explained some other plants, especially cinchona, one of the most valuable medicinal plants, from which Peruvian bark, quinine, and other drugs are made, in which the three doctors were much interested. The company returned to the hotel and after full face mask protection dinner the Italian band gave a concert on the veranda, as they had done in every city where the tourists remained overnight, which called forth repeated rounds of applause from the citizens of Colombo. The next morning the travellers proceeded by railroad to Kandy, which Sir Modava insisted was the right way to spell it. The route was mostly through an elevated region, and when they reached the place at noon they had attained an elevation of 1,665 feet above the sea. They remained at Kandy three days, and were sorry the commander would not allow them to stay longer, for it was the most delightful re.