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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "This hat is three years old. These flat brims curled at theedge came in then. It is a hat of the very best quality. Look atthe band of ribbed silk and the excellent lining. If this mancould afford to buy so expensive a hat three years ago, and hashad no hat since, then he has assuredly gone down in the world.""Well, that is clear enough, certainly. But how about theforesight and the moral retrogression?"
2.  It was the young lady's turn to look surprised. "This is thesecond time that you have alluded to the date, Mr. Holmes," saidBennett. "Is it possible that it has any bearing upon the case?""It is possible- very possible- and yet I have not my fullmaterial at present."
3.  "That what had come again?"
4.  It was our visitor's turn to look surprised.
5.  "Indeed, I have nothing more to tell. Once or twice it seemed tome that he was on the point of telling me something. He spoke oneevening of the importance of the secret, and I have somerecollection that he said that no doubt foreign spies would pay agreat deal to have it."
6.  "'Certainly,' said I. 'It's all your own.'


1.  At last we were getting something positive, and yet it seemed a longgap between an absconding banker and Captain Peter Carey pinnedagainst the wall with one of his own harpoons. We all listenedintently to the young man's words.
2.  "When did you first meet Miss Hatty Doran?"
3.  "This, I take it, belongs to the room in which you used to sleep,the centre one to your sister's, and the one next to the main buildingto Dr. Roylott's chamber?"
4.  "It is nothing, Mr. Garrideb. I have figured out our connections.You leave at twelve and should be there soon after two. Then you canbe back the same night. All you have to do is to see this man, explainthe matter, and get an affidavit of his existence. By the Lord!" headded hotly, "considering I've come all the way from the centre ofAmerica, it is surely little enough if you go a hundred miles in orderto put this matter through."
5.  In the morning Mr. Bennett slipped round to bring us the latestreport. As Holmes had imagined, times had not been easy with him.Without exactly accusing him of being responsible for our presence,the professor had been very rough and rude in his speech, andevidently felt some strong grievance. This morning he was quitehimself again, However, and had delivered his usual brilliantlecture to a crowded class. "Apart from his queer fits," said Bennett,"he has actually more energy and vitality, than I can ever remember,nor was his brain ever clearer. But it's not he- it's never the manwhom we have known."
6.  I returned to the room downstairs, where Ferguson and Holmes stillsat by the fire. Ferguson listened moodily to my account of theinterview.


1.  "We don't do things like that, Mr. Evans. There is no bolt-holefor you in this country. You shot this man Prescott, did you not?""Yes, sir, and got five years for it, though it was he who pulled onme. Five years- when I should have had a medal the size of a soupplate. No living man could tell a Prescott from a Bank of England, andif I hadn't put him out he would have flooded London with them. Iwas the only one in the world who knew where he made them. Can youwonder that I wanted to get to the place? And can you wonder that whenI found this crazy boob of a bug-hunter with the queer namesquatting right on the top of it, and never quitting his room, I hadto do the best I could to shift him? Maybe I would have been wiserif I had put him away. It would have been easy enough, but I'm asoft-hearted guy that can't begin shooting unless the other man hasa gun also. But say, Mr. Holmes, what have I done wrong, anyhow?I've not used this plant. I've not hurt this old stiff. Where do youget me?"
2.  "Yes; he was the last to pass me."
3.  "They are here in this corner." The trainer strode across and thenstood in silent surprise as our light was turned upon the place. "Theyare gone," said he.
4.  "Well, I should think so, indeed!"
5.   "Who by?"
6.  "Thank you. I will trouble you once again."


1.  "We had a bit of barney right away, and I should have walked back tothe station if I had not felt that it might be playing his game for meto do so. I was shown straight into his study, and there I foundhim, a huge, bow-backed man with a smoky skin and a straggling graybeard, seated behind his littered desk. A red-veined nose jutted outlike a vulture's beak, and two fierce gray eyes glared at me fromunder tufted brows. I could understand now why Godfrey seldom spoke ofhis father.
2.  "Yes, sir, and you, no doubt, are Mr. Sherlock Holmes? I had thenote which you sent by the express messenger, and I did exactly whatyou told me. We locked every door on the inside and awaiteddevelopments. Well, I'm very glad to see that you have got the rascal.I hope, gentlemen, that you will come in and have some refreshment."However, Lestrade was anxious to get his man into safe quarters,so within a few minutes our cab had been summoned and we were all fourupon our way to London. Not a word would our captive say, but heglared at us from the shadow of his matted hair, and once, when myhand seemed within his reach, he snapped at it like a hungry wolf.We stayed long enough at the police-station to learn that a searchof his clothing revealed nothing save a few shillings and a longsheath knife, the handle of which bore copious traces of recent blood."That's all right," said Lestrade, as we parted. "Hill knows allthese gentry, and he will give a name to him. You'll find that mytheory of the Mafia will work out all right. But I'm sure I amexceedingly obliged to you, Mr. Holmes, for the workmanlike way inwhich you laid hands upon him. I don't quite understand it all yet.""I fear it is rather too late an hour for explanations," saidHolmes. "Besides, there are one or two details which are notfinished off, and it is one of those cases which are worth working outto the very end. If you will come round once more to my rooms at sixo'clock to-morrow, I think I shall be able to show you that even nowyou have not grasped the entire meaning of this business, whichpresents some features which make it absolutely original in thehistory of crime. If ever I permit you to chronicle any more of mylittle problems, Watson, I foresee that you will enliven your pages byan account of the singular adventure of the Napoleonic busts."When we met again next evening, Lestrade was furnished with muchinformation concerning our prisoner. His name, it appeared, was Beppo,second name unknown. He was a well-known ne'er-do-well among theItalian colony. He had once been a skilful sculptor and had earnedan honest living, but he had taken to evil courses and had twicealready been in jail- once for a petty theft, and once, as we hadalready heard, for stabbing a fellow-countryman. He could talk Englishperfectly well. His reasons for destroying the busts were stillunknown, and he refused to answer any questions upon the subject,but the police had discovered that these same busts might very wellhave been made by his own hands, since he was engaged in this class ofwork at the establishment of Gelder & Co. To all this information,much of which we already knew, Holmes listened with politeattention, but I, who knew him so well, could clearly see that histhoughts were elsewhere, and I detected a mixture of mingleduneasiness and expectation beneath that mask which he was wont toassume. At last he started in his chair, and his eyes brightened.There had been a ring at the bell. A minute later we heard stepsupon the stairs, and an elderly red-faced man with grizzledside-whiskers was ushered in. In his right hand he carried anold-fashioned carpet-bag, which he placed upon the table."Is Mr. Sherlock Holmes here?"
3.  "It means that it is all over," Holmes answered. "And perhaps, afterall, it is for the best. Take your pistol, and we will enter Dr.Roylott's room."
4、  The old man sat with his mouth open, staring wildly at Holmes.Amazement and fear were stamped upon his expressive features. Now,with an effort, he shrugged his shoulders and burst into insincerelaughter.
5、  "Well, certainly that is also a conceivable hypothesis," saidHolmes, smiling. "And now, Lord St. Simon, I think that I havenearly all my data. May I ask whether you were seated at thebreakfast-table so that you could see out of the window?""We could see the other side of the road and the Park.""Quite so. Then I do not think that I need to detain you longer. Ishall communicate with you."




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