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Cope said the city announced that four new police cruisers were purchased. She also favors increasing the number of firefighters on duty per shift. Cope said the city needs to become more business friendly. She said she would look for incentives to attract new employers to the downtown and more jobs would translate to more revenue for the general fund. Free pumpkins were given to each child to decorate at a special booth and apple cider and baked goods were offered at a hospitality tent.
The festival featured guided tours by men and women in Colonial dress, as well as demonstrations of 18th-century skills and crafts, which included a handthrown pottery exhibit, soap making and a live blacksmith display. Also, free pumpkins were given to each child to decorate at a special booth. She will institute a help line for residents, and ensure the mayor and department heads are held responsible for taking action and resolving issues in a timely manner. She would freeze the salaries of elected officials and institute pay cuts if necessary and eliminate health coverage for city council.
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This is a transparent, blatantly partisan change in the rules, designed for one purpose only — to help Republican presidential candidates. We should be extremely suspicious anytime one political party unilaterally tries to directly affect the outcome of future elections.
Republicans in Harrisburg want to award electoral votes according to congressional districts. Who is drawing those districts? Harrisburg Republicans!
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Why should candidates come here when we will know in advance what the final electoral vote count will be? Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume is extremely strange and distressing that our governor is pushing a plan that would make Pennsylvania matter less in national politics.
Notice that Republicans who control states in which Republican presidential candidates usually win show absolutely no interest in changing their rules. Any change to our Electoral College should be adopted uniformly across the nation. If Gov. He opposes all of these. Instead, the governor supports this bill, as well as legislation that will make it harder for people who disproportionately do not vote Republican to vote at all, such as requiring photo ID every time someone goes to the polls.
As the prime sponsor of redistricting reform, I find it particularly disheartening that this proposal will make gerrymandering an even more entrenched part of the system. This is extremely disappointing coming from a governor who ran on a promise to reform our political system.
Elections in a democracy are sacred. Visit www. Letters should be no more than words. We reserve the right to edit and limit writers to one published letter every 30 days. Patent Office has to be reformed; no more U. After 10 years, you can produce the product in another nation, with a caveat of 25 percent off for the imported product to come to the United States.
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Lionel Raught Tunkhannock. Some trailers were put closer about the mobile home or the to flooded-out homesteads. The federal government also said. It ily to receive a mobile home from was away from the flood mud and the chaos that was gothe U. Their godsend. It the valley. She said ed in line at HUD head- mud and knowing they had a quarters for a trailer.
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It high Street. It was crowded, Lave- was like a little neighborhood. The trailer they were given to was rising earlier this month, Lalive in was at Frances Slocum very was evacuated again. She State Park in Kingston Township. Lavery said if the flooding did Lavery said.
Their oldest two children -- Owen, now 62; and Katie, Second Ave. The three others black Labrador retriever. InPeterman and his late were younger and still in school, Lavery said. Pam was19, Dan was wife, Patty, and son, Chuck, Jr. A picture of Kate and Molly tak- to a mobile home at the end of.
Kate Lavery pictured recently in front of her Horton Street home 39 years after the Agnes flood in June Lavery, now 82, and her late husband Owen were the first family to receive a mobile home from HUD in the aftermath of Agnes.
Old Polaroids belonging to Kate Lavery show the debris scattered around her Horton Street home after the Agnes flood in Old Polaroids show Kate Lavery, third from left, with neighbors and family members after the Agnes flood in Kate Lavery sits in her first trailer after her Horton Street home was flooded in Lavery said she and her husband and three of their five children — Pam, now 58, Dan, now 54, and Molly, now 41 — moved into the trailer.
Their oldest two children -Owen, now 62; and Katie, now 60 — were young adults living out of the house. The three others were younger and still in school, Lavery said. Pam was 19, Dan was 15 and Molly was 2. It gave us the opportunity to live normally while we dealt with the damage to our home. Home is home. The river water filled five feet on his first floor.
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They would sleep on the second floor of the house. The Petermans had another dog back then — also named Rebel — who stayed with them through the evacuation and relocation to the mobile home. He said it took over a year to get back in the house.
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The Red Sox are running out of time to stop a September slide that could leave them out of the playoffs. Bumbling Boston lost yet again, with A. What was a runaway ninegame advantage heading into play on Sept 4 would be completely gone by the end of Sunday if the Yankees swept.
Not so, said David Ortiz. Senior captain Devon Still rallied the ailing defense as the Lions held Eastern Michigan to just two fourth-quarter field goals in a win. It was a win for the new generation of Bills. The Steelers struggled as Ben Roethlisberger lost two fumbles and threw an interception during an 11minute first-half span, and they rushed for only 67 yards.
But Roethlisberger came back with a yard march to set up the winning score. Wright, a year-old from Shavertown, led a field of 48 runners and captured overall honors in 19 minutes and 52 seconds. He outran second place finisher Bill Kane, 26, of Clifton. Township, by 16 seconds. Herb Kline, 51, of Bloomsburg, finished third, 23 seconds behind Kane. But with about meters to go, someone yelled to him that the frontrunner was beginning to sprint.
I caught and passed the leader with about meters to go. So I guess the guy did know what he was talking about. Sophomore lineback Tate Moore-Jacobs picked up one of three spots on the honor roll list. It marks the second time both players have been selected to the conference weekly awards list.
Both garnered accolades last season as freshmen. George enjoyed a career day for the Colonels posting five touchdowns — three on the ground and two through the air. The sophomore signalcaller rushed for 98 yards on 18 attempts, including 1-5- and yard scores.
Through the air, George was equally impressive, finishing for for yards and two touchdowns. Moore-Jacobs made big plays on defense for the Colonels.
The sophomore linebacker finished with a game-high 14 tackles in the win over the Pride. Mets YES — N. Drew off the day DL.
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Newton, the No. The win also marked the first for coach Ron Rivera with the Panthers. Snape cancelled the muffliato, checking the watch that he had on his wrist under his long sleeved robes. Harry thought it odd that he'd never noticed the watch before, or seen Snape checking it. Snape cleared his throat and looked up, as if confirming that Harry was composed enough to stay quiet when Quirrell found them.
Harry shoved his glasses up his nose again, and looked at Snape with bright green eyes. He'd already yanked his cloak out, and was partially invisible. He could hold it together while Snape talked to Quirrell. He remembered Quirrell as not being much of a threat, not after his varied experience with a full grown and human Voldemort.
He felt slightly less panicked now, more on alert, because he knew that no matter what, Snape was there to help too. Doesn't that happen with time turners? Snape appeared to give this only a second's considering, as they heard more crashing through the brush. Snape straightened his robes, masking his surprise as he reached up and twisted the cricks out of his shoulders.
The missing seven years made a difference, and his shoulders weren't nearly as sore as they'd been only that morning. Seven years And then the boy had appeared, with his impossibly green eyes and actual care in which he'd held Snape's hand as he'd lain dying.
Snape pushed the thoughts aside, crossing his arms and making himself look imposing. He needed to deal with Quirrell at the moment, and they'd work out the accidental time travel later.
He and Potter - what a mess. Quirrell stumbled toward the clearing, crashing through the underbrush like a wild boar as he stammered to himself. Snape waited, in the shadows, until Quirrell was close Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume to grab.
Potter was standing off to the side against a beech tree if the little twerp hadn't movedand Snape swiftly caught Quirrell and pushed him up against a strong oak tree. We're going to have a little chat," Snape said, his voice low and menacing. He remembered having the meeting with Quirrell all those years ago, but not quite what he'd said. Snape pushed back, keeping Quirrell sufficiently pinned against the tree.
He took malicious pleasure knowing that the Dark Lord was somewhere in the back of Quirrell's head, and ensured to knock it at least once against the massive tree. You do not want me as your enemy. I expect that your little enchantment will be ready to protect the Stone shortly, and that you will not lay any sort of trap with it. Snape raised an eyebrow at him, and watched with no short Deep Purple - Fireball 25th Anniversary Edition as Quirrell stumbled away.
He resisted the urge to give any indication that he was aware of the Dark Lord's presence. Snape knew it was best now to keep his cards close, something he'd have to import to Potter.
It wouldn't do for either of them to reveal their knowledge prematurely. Snape clutched his arm and pulled him close, so they could talk quieter and not be overheard by anyone roaming about the forest.
He seemed to be oddly pleased that Harry was together enough to be angry. Harry struggled a bit but Snape squeezed his arm harder. I trust you can find my office once again. Do not tell anyone what has happened. Not even your little friends. The black eyes were as focused as ever, and Harry saw the same tiredness in them that he felt. They may have ended up back inbut the war was still very fresh on their minds.
Harry stood outside the portrait for five minutes, stammering in embarrassment at the Fat Lady. Harry turned and felt his breath hitch, seeing Ron, Hermione, George, and Fred walking toward him. Hermione and Ron had books in their arms, likely from the library, but George and Fred were looking as innocent as they ever got.
Ron's face was so small, his cheeks reddish and clashing with his orange-red hair as his eyes widened with the importance of what he had to say. Hermione, holding a book that looked to be The Morning After - My Dad Is Dead - Shine(r) than half of her body size, smiled widely at him beneath frizzy hair.
Harry felt a rush of horrible guilt revolting in his stomach, guilt for everything he Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume they'd have to go through in the future.
God, their voices hadn't even fully deepened yet. They all clambered through, and Harry felt a huge rush of homesickness being back in the common room.
The fireplace was merrily crackling, and chairs were filled with students half asleep as they drank hot chocolates and tea, the twins were whooping as they ran up the stairs, and Percy was muttering to himself as he inspected Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume notice board.
He couldn't believe back in first year they'd been so concerned about Snape stealing the Philosopher's Stone. It just seemed to ridiculous now, compared to everything they'd gone through since then. He was amazed that they could almost all fit in it at the same time. He couldn't think up a viable excuse for such a rash action, but neither Ron nor Hermione seemed to require one.
Harry had just enough time to take a hot shower before going down to the dungeons, luxuriating in the steam, heat, and clean bathroom. The year of camping had been acceptable, and they'd made the best of it, but Hogwarts would always be home.
It certainly felt like it Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume welcoming him back. Help Somebody - Earth, Wind & Fire - Help Somebody into warm clothes for the evening, Harry checked the pockets of his war-torn clothes.
They'd been discreetly transfigured back -and shrunken - and Harry found his Marauder's Map folded up in his back pocket. He didn't know if the twins had a copy in this world or not, but he did have a valid excuse to go to the dungeons at least. It had been bothering him since the clearing though, and Harry unfolded the map and held it up against the loo Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume.
He could hear an upper year boy coming into the Time I Fell - Claire Johnston - Fearless, but he'd chosen a stall furthest from the door and doubted he'd be bothered.
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Just as he'd suspected - only one Snape was on the map, in his office. And only one Harry. They hadn't simply travelled back in time like his previous adventure with a time turner. Harry followed the small winding staircase he'd been rushed down in fifth year to get to Snape's office. None of the Slytherins were about, and it took Harry a minute to realize that he felt so uneasy because the castle wasn't. Voldemort hadn't returned yet - the castle was mostly safe.
He knocked three times on Snape's office door, before it was yanked open and he was Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume through. Only one candle was lit in the room, and Harry reacted instantly to seeing Snape's face only in shadows. Both ended up at wand point again. Snape bared his teeth angrily, but answered. What curse did you attempt to murder Draco Malfoy with? Satisfied, Snape threw a strong locking charm at the office door and spun back to the shadows, not checking to see if Harry was following.
There was a narrow recessed door on the far side of Snape's bookcases, out of sight to almost anyone who'd entered the office. Harry had certainly never seen it before, and he'd been in Snape's office plenty of times. He stalked down a narrow stone hallway that was lit with two sconces. There was a plain coat rack at the far end, onto which Snape had hung two outer cloaks and a thick grey scarf.
Harry stared at it, unsettled by the domesticity. Even after seeing the man's memories, and evidence that Snape had, in fact, been a normal human child like himself, Harry's brain still stupidly assumed that Snape slept and lived in his robes.
It was like a different world from Snape's office. The walls were painted a dark grey-blue colour, but there were lots of lights and the light wood furniture felt sparse and almost airy. Paintings and pictures covered the walls, a worn Slytherin pennant hung over the doorway to what looked to be a small kitchenette.
There was a scuffed and well used leather chesterfield in the room, a matching armchair by the fireplace, a rattan foot rest that looked as if it had been used every day of it's life, and a small writing table in the corner covered with books, a robe, three candlesticks, and various scrolls.
No less than three tea cups sat on random book shelves and the side table next to the chair, and Harry was unexplainably pleased to find that nearly every book in the room had little scraps of paper, parchment, ribbon, and in one case a thin stirring ladle, sticking out from it. It had a knit blanket haphazardly thrown on it, as if Snape had used the couch for a kip not that long ago.
Harry continued to inspect the room, watching the mugs lazily float back to the kitchenette. He'd managed to get most of the dirt off them, but the bloodstains were slightly more resistant to cleaning. Which made sense, when Harry thought about it. Blood magic was very strong. He'd have to ask Snape what spells he'd used on his robes. It was disconcerting being back at such a peaceful Hogwarts, and his body was thrumming for him to go out in search of Quirrell and to destroy Voldemort.
Snape knelt down and spoke into the fire, ordering some sort of MMC Assigning - Darius (18) - Framedrag dish for them both. Harry's stomach grumbled loudly, as if to remind Harry just how hungry it was. The room was quite warm though, and it felt like the Gryffindor common room. Like it was private and cosy and a place that he could let his guard somewhat down in.
The house elves had provided them with two steaming dishes of lasagne, some buttery garlic bread, and a large teapot with a hot pink tea cosy covering it. They'd not provided any cups or cutlery though, so Snape held Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume wand up to summon them. Two matching mugs appeared - that looked like they'd come from a dish set at Marks and Spencer's - along with a small bowl of sugar and a tiny cup of milk.
There was also a plate of what looked to be plain tea biscuits from a store-bought package. To keep his hands busy, Harry began to prepare his own tea. He said I could go on, or go back to face Voldemort. Snape's intensely Help Somebody - Earth, Wind & Fire - Help Somebody eyes were unnerving, and Harry spooned out some sugar into his mug.
He noticed tiny tea shaped clumps in the sugar bowl, the result of a tea-dampened spoon used to scoop the sugar out, and realised that Snape likely used the sugar bowl every day for his own tea. To ? He had his own plate in his lap and was cutting into the pasta, causing waves of steam to escape and encircle his gaunt face. Voldemort and a forest of Death Eaters.
Snape sat Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume to think about this, his eyebrows narrowed in thought and his thin fingers wrapped around his tea mug as he picked it up. Harry found it slightly interesting that Snape never took his spoon out of his tea as he drank it. How did the man not stab himself in the eye? He'd Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume in the middle of cutting up his own food, but his knife and fork stayed suspended above a thick covering of melted cheese and noodles.
Still momentarily stung that he'd not gotten to see his own parents, Harry took a bite of dinner and looked away. Snape was right, Dumbledore had been the near constant guidance in his life, and had looked out for Harry in a somewhat twisted way, more so than his relatives had Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume done. Harry yawned, and reached That Lovely Weekend - Various - Swing Greats - 40 All Time Big Band Classics to kick off his shoes.
The couch was comfortable, but he was too short to reach the ground and he wanted his feet up. For a multitude of reasons he felt safe, ensconced here in the dungeons with Snape. Snape, who probably understood more about him than most other people. He was treating Harry as an adult - despite Harry's physical appearance - and it made Harry feel like he was finally a worthy colleague from the Order.
He looked like he was mentally reviewing the conversation he'd had with Dumbledore. He commented on it, and made some banal remark regarding your skills at today's match. However, I do not think he knows that we are from a different time. I thought you trusted Dumbledore. He always told me he trusted you with his life. Snape took a rather loud inhalation of breath, and closed his eyes. Harry could have kicked himself once he reviewed what he'd said.
He leaned toward Harry though, pointing a sauce-covered fork at him. Never give anyone your complete and utter submission. Always question in your Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume if they have your best interests in theirs.
It was a very solid piece of advice, and Harry was grateful for it. He was having a hard time picturing Dumbledore as anything but the grandfatherly-like old man he was so used to, but even Harry knew that Dumbledore didn't always choose the wisest course of action when it came to him. The sour look that came upon Snape's face would have been comical if Harry wasn't sitting close enough to the man to see the vein under his eye pulsing with annoyance.
Harry considered that, and Snape divided up the garlic bread for them both. It was thick and cheesy, with a tastefully light spread of garlic on it. Now that I know about the horcruxes, and where they are - ". Harry knew that Dumbledore had always like to play his cards close, but he'd never thought that Snape wouldn't be told about the horcruxes.
Neither sad anything for a few moments, and Harry put his empty plate on the coffee table. His belly was warm, and he was feeling tired. He You suck - Shemales - Shemales the blanket over himself again, watching as Snape furiously worked through the information Harry had given him.
He flicked his wand once at the fire, raising the flames again. Harry figured Snape meant a time quest of some sort, almost like when Dudley was playing one of his video games.
He had to complete certain smaller quests in order to continue along the main storyline of the game. He didn't sound remotely surprised. He was comfortable on the couch and couldn't remember the last time he'd slept. Was it just yesterday Kamienny Krzyż - Ewa Braun - Pierwsza Cobieta broken into Gringotts?
He shook his head and looked back at Snape. He reached over to grab a biscuit, noticing that it looked just like the plain digestive biscuits Aunt Petunia served her guests. The clock on the mantel gave a shudder as it clicked over for the hour, signalling eight o'clock. Harry glanced around the room, but didn't see any other timepiece. Nothing to signal school times? And it made you try harder to impress him. Harry swallowed at that, pointing his wand at the fireplace and beefing up the fire.
Dumbledore had been gone for almost a year, but of course Snape would be the one that could strike a horrible pinch in Harry's heart.
A Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume uneasy silence descended on the room, and Snape seemed to be looking anywhere but at Harry. He finally cleared his throat, and stacked the plates on the table.
The familiar ache in the front of his forehead from Voldemort's presence wasn't there, but Harry had a strong feeling that he'd not lost the connection. Harry had never noticed that Snape's suit, up-close, was so black that it almost appeared to have a purple tinge to it in the right light.
The look Snape gave him was almost worth the horrible first year potions classes Harry had had to endure. Snape had things scribbled on it that Harry was surprised to see. Medical check up.
Tax bill to be paid. Harry snapped his mouth shut, conceding mentally that Snape had a point. In any case, it was a useless argument at the moment. He was getting too Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume on the couch, and knew that in fifteen more minutes he'd likely fall asleep. I need to access the place where everything is hiddenHarry thought, closing his eyes as he walked back and forth along the seventh floor corridor.
It was not yet nine, and while the upper students didn't have curfew yet, the hallway was empty. Snape leaned against the wall near Harry, his arms crossed and his fingers tapping against his forearms.
The tapping slowed as the imposing and heavily carved door started to appear out of the wall stones. Harry pushed his way inside, this time fairly sure that Snape was following him.
The second set of footsteps behind his confirmed it, and Harry looked around at the messy room. The last time he'd seen it the room had been engulfed in flames. He remembered the panicked rush he'd been in when he'd placed the bust Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume top of the vanishing cabinet, ugly wig and old tiara and all.
Instead of reaching for the tiara, Harry cracked open the cabinet just enough that his body blocked the view from inside.
It was empty though, and Harry felt a flash of disappointment before he remembered that his special potions book was likely in the potions classroom itself. How he'd get it back without Snape knowing was another matter. Harry turned to look at Voices - Various - In Bed With Space (Ibiza 2004), curious suddenly to know Nguyên Lê & Guests* - Songs Of Freedom (DVDr) Snape would feel the Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume.
He carried the Dark Mark, and Harry figured that might be enough. He suspected the only reason he'd not noticed it in sixth year was his Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume focus on hiding the potions book. Snape cut him a quick look and lead them out of the room, the diadem disillusioned and floating in front of them.
Snape's quarters were still very warm from the fire, and Harry was pleasantly surprised that Snape's lab Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume as well. He clearly remembered the freezing potions classes in the dungeons during winter, but it seemed like Snape liked his own living space to be rather warm. I assure you that I very much wish to destroy this.
I want to see if you see what I do when you touch it," Harry reasoned. He was sitting on a stool, his short legs swinging in the air below him. Rolling his eyes at Harry, Snape reached out and very lightly touched the diadem with his fingers. He remained still, his eyes opened and focused at Harry, and his lips in a low scowl. Harry touched the tip of the diadem, one of the jewels, and let out a strangled gasp as a menacing darkness rippled through his body and images flashed through his mind.
He could tell Snape was experiencing the same, as Snape's body was tense and his fingers were gripping into Harry's skin. A dark forest appeared before him Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume his mind, a Muggle peasant in work-worn clothes walking along a path with a basket of mushrooms, a glittering diadem in a tree, a cold malicious smile, dark eyes, a voice they both knew, and a green flash as the Muggle fell.
A feeling of horror and damnation as a grey shadow grew darker and darker. Harry staggered back against the stool, dropping the diadem to the floor and feeling very light-headed.
Snape wasn't faring much better, clutching at his arm and his mouth slack as he stared at the tarnished diadem. He lasted all of six seconds sitting up, before everything went black. Harry woke to warm candlelight by his face and a pungent sharp odour very close by. The ammonia scent was extremely off-putting, and he twisted away from the blurry blue vial it was contained in. Snape came into focus as the one holding the vial, and he halted Harry's movements by putting his hand on Harry's chin.
He seemed satisfied with what he saw, and sat back a little from Harry's range of vision. He was on a small wooden stool, and Harry realised that he himself was actually on a small red cot, behind the chesterfield. He had the couch's knit blanket covering himself, and his shoes and glasses were missing. His jacket was draped over the couch, and the shirt he was wearing smelled as if someone had done a recent scourgify on it.
He pulled himself up to a sitting position, leaning against the back of the chesterfield. His head had a residual ache to it, one he'd felt only once before, when Voldemort had possessed him at the Ministry of Magic.
Snape was leaning forward, his elbows resting on his knees and his fingers steeped in front of his chin. He looked like Dr Watson, studying some sort of curiosity. It was worrying how much the diadem's power had affected him, as he couldn't remember any other horcrux doing so with just a single touch.
Snape glanced away for a few seconds, which told Harry all he needed to know. Snape was unsettled by the peace as well. Or just the fangs themselves. Harry pulled the blanket up further; glad his socks were still on.
The room was warm, but he much preferred to be under the blanket. The big clock over the mantel ticked loudly, and by turning his head Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume squint, Harry saw that it was getting on half nine.
He stood up and stalked toward the kitchenette, leaving Harry to stare dumbly at the smoothly painted wall nearest the Nunca Nunca (Never Never) - The Shakers* - Shakers For You. His head was achy and he was exhausted. Snape returned with a glass of dark purple coloured juice for Harry, and sat back down on the stool.
Harry had begun to suspect that Snape's sarcasm was a mixture of his weird humour and a defensive action. The juice was some sort of berry mix with a hint of mint or some sort of fresh herb, and it was oddly delicious.
Harry drank most of it, running his free hand along the camp bed. It was surprisingly comfortable, and Harry guessed that Snape intended for him to use it overnight. Harry was rather fine with that. He was really looking forward to a night of sleep that he needn't worry about Snatchers, Death Eaters, and Voldemort.
I wish to study it further," Snape said, with authority. He looked satisfied with Harry's mostly empty glass and summoned an extra blanket over to the cot. He sounded smug. I believe you need some rest. Snape stood in the kitchenette, awaiting the kettle to boil and watching out over the half-wall into the living room.
Potter looked so tiny, curled up on the cot in a defensive position as he slept. The draught had certainly knocked him out, and while Snape was quite confident Potter would have fallen asleep without it, the boy appeared so exhausted that Snape figured he would have had a restless night's sleep. As it was, Potter was already slightly drooling on to his pillow.
His tea steeping, Snape used a scrap bit of parchment on the kitchen counter to write out the seven horcruxes that Potter had told him about. Every ounce of investigation he'd done since returning had shown that they had managed to return to without the paradox of having two versions of themselves in the same time. The horcruxes were concerning. It grated on every inch of Snape's nerves that he did not know how they'd arrived in the past, though he'd never admit that he knew Potter had nothing to do with their current predicament and it bothered Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume even further that the horcruxes still existed and seemed to recognize Potter.
The diadem that they'd retrieved only an hour earlier was currently locked in a lead box in his personal lab, under a warded and bloody heavy weight set.
It made Snape somewhat twitchy to have Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume that felt so intensely evil inside his own living quarters. Potter moved on the bed again, and Snape debated summoning another blanket over. The room was toasty from the fire, but his flat tended to get chilly past two in the morning. Working quickly, Snape walked over to the cot and took the blankets off.
Potter shivered visibly, but quick wand-work replaced the battered clothes with a set of flannel pyjamas. Snape noticed the cuts and bruises on Potter's neck, hairline, and hands, pausing to look at them.
The boy even had small burn welts on his palms and wrists. Covering him back up with the two blankets, Snape made a mental note to give Potter burn cream in the morning.
He dropped a third blanket on the floor next to the cot, and made his way to the bedroom door. The fire was reduced to embers and Snape picked up one of his notebooks from the desk, intent on composing some notes on what he'd learned from Potter in the evening.
Potter was hidden behind the couch, Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume unseen Pjesė - Tauras Adomavičius - Prisiminimas Snape's bedroom door, but this was a very rare occasion in which Snape did not actually mind having someone else stay in his flat.
Snape figured it was because of the war they'd been through, and the fact that the boy knew far more about him than any other living person, save for the headmaster himself. He didn't have the energy to continue with the antagonism, and since they'd been thrown back together, Snape had concluded that if anything were to get accomplished, it would not be by having he and Potter at each other's throats. Besides, if they could find a way to destroy the horcruxes before the Dark Lord returned to corporal form, perhaps this time around Harry Potter would not have been raised solely for slaughter.
Snape allowed himself a tiny smile as he leaned against the bedroom door and surveyed his room. His beloved, most comfortable, bedroom that none but a house elf and himself had seen in nearly ten years. Perhaps this time, they could defeat Voldemort and the last bit of Lily Evans that Snape could ever see would survive. Harry woke to hear banging in the kitchenette.
He was rather disorientated, waking up behind a soft leather wall and under the weight of three blankets. He also appeared to be in flannel pyjamas, which he couldn't remember wearing in more than three years. Harry winced at the noise, but yawned and sat up in the bed. His spectacles were on the stool Snape had been sitting on the night before, and there Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume a small jar of what looked like burn cream next to them.
He half expected to see his golden snitch rising up from his shirt pocket to greet him, but then he remembered that the snitch wouldn't be given back to him for another six years.
Snape came back into the room, dressed in his usual clothes minus the robes. He had a plate of muffins and tea, which he put down on the table. He stumbled over to the couch, trailing the blanket behind him and accidentally catching his foot on a book Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume the side of the couch. Snape flinched very slightly, almost as if it was an instant reaction to catch Harry if he'd fallen forward. Snape quirked his head slightly to the side before answering, dragging his hair back and hooking it over his ear.
There was very little sarcasm in the answer; it seemed to just be an observation. He remembered now that Snape had been his mother's first friend in the magical world, and made a mental note to ask Snape later - once they'd settled more into the past - about his mum. He had a large notebook on the rattan ottoman, and it looked like he'd been scribbling in it all night. He picked up his notebook and summoned a pen from somewhere behind Harry.
Five minutes or so," Harry answered, twisting the top of the blueberry muffin off. Some of the muffin crumbled down his shirt and he moved fast to catch the bits. During the summer Lucius Malfoy slipped it into her cauldron at the bookstore in Diagon Alley. All chummy with the Malfoys. Snape gave him an absolutely disgusted look, and Harry choked on his muffin in laughter. Coughing heavily and gasping, he missed Snape's anapneobut felt the cool rush of air hit his throat.
With my position as a spy, it is imperative that I remain on good terms with such a family. The fireplace had a small fire in it, but the morning chill hadn't worn off the room yet. Snape's face had Mamy Blue - Nini Rosso - Mamy Blue strange look on it as he studied Harry, before finally returning to his notebook.
He sounded tired, and dropped his notebook on the rattan footstool. Quirrell won't be able to get to it until sometime in June," said Harry. He remembered quite clearly that it was around exam time that Quirrell had gotten the final piece of information he needed. I don't see why you hate him Bleecker - Luis González Sextet - New York City Suite much.
Snape looked a mixture of angry and disappointed at something. It wasn't a very good look, as his forehead was wrinkled and he had splotchy red patches on his cheeks. He stood up and left the room, heading back to what Harry assumed was his own bedroom. A second door was between the kitchenette and the one Snape had disappeared to, and Harry hoped it was the washroom.
He'd had too much tea to go back to Gryffindor tower without a stop, and thought the Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume time he was in the loo.
The answer came to him as he looked into the mirror, washing his hands. If Neville had been the boy who lived, Harry's mum might have still been alive. Humbled, and still tired, Harry quietly changed back into his day clothes. He folded the pyjamas neatly and left them on the cot, along with Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume folded blankets.
When he turned to head toward the door, he was surprised to see Snape standing in the doorway to a darkened bedroom.
He was holding a journal in his hand, and after a moment's thought, handed it to Harry. The inside pages were blank, and Harry could feel the magic of some protective wards on it.
Carrying the notebook Snape gave him under his arm, Harry made his way quickly through the dungeons and back up the smaller seldom-used stairs to get back up to Gryffindor tower. He automatically skipped over one step on the stairs that was a vanishing step, and just before passing a set of armour, stopped suddenly.
Irritated at his trick failing, Peeves shot Jigs - Noel McLoughlin - Contemporary And Traditional Irish Music from the armour - one of his favourite haunts - and cursed a streak at Harry as he zoomed off.
Startled out of thought, Harry nearly dropped the book as he looked up and spotted a much younger looking Albus Dumbledore standing by a tapestry. His royal purple robes clashed rather magnificently with the tapestry, but Dumbledore didn't Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume to be bothered much by it. His eyes darted to Dumbledore's right hand, noting it was its normal lively colour.
As were the twinkling blue eyes, looking at him fondly. He sounded concerned and grandfatherly, and Harry's heart ached as he was reminded just how much he'd missed Dumbledore. Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume rather dirty clothing, no less. He should probably get rid of them, but they were almost the only things he had from his past life. Or future life. Whatever it was. He sounded amused, and Harry remembered that Snape had talked to Dumbledore the day before.
Without wanting to say anything to contradict what Snape had said, Harry just grinned. Harry paused on the steps, thankfully unmoving ones.
You merely need to look around you. Harry's eyebrows furrowed as he thought about the statement, and how true it became for him when he'd gone through the war. The common room was very quiet still. Three low candles burned in the corner of the room, and Harry's step faltered for a second as he noticed that what at first had appeared to be a bundle of blankets in the corner on a chair was actually a boy.
He looked a bit older than Ron and Hermione, and Harry figured Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume boy was in second year.
He had a book in his hand, some sort of hot drink next to him, and had clearly been sitting there a while. He gave Harry a look that was almost resentful, as if Harry had spoiled the boy's perfect morning and the empty common room's peace. Nodding to the boy but not saying anything, Harry passed through the room quickly and headed up the stairs. None of his dorm mates were awake, although Seamus was talking loudly enough in his sleep that Harry had at first thought he was up.
Opening his journal, Harry took a quill out of his bedside table drawer and stared at the first blank page. Snape said he'd tested them out, and that it would work flawlessly, but Harry still wanted to make sure. Finally deciding on something, Harry put quill to paper.
The ink stayed on the page for a few seconds, long enough for anyone to read if they needed to. The book, which was sitting on Harry's lap, turned warm as the ink disappeared. Harry smiled and thought of what to say in return. It'd been silly of him to write in the journal as he'd done with Tom Riddle's diary but he did remember being told years before though that not all magic was inherently bad. Some spells could be used for very useful things, like two-way communication. It was just Voldemort's usage of the magic that had tainted Harry's idea of it.
He tossed the warm journal on the bed, letting Snape have time to compose a reply as Harry changed his clothes for another set of pyjamas. It was a Sunday morning, and from what he remembered of his dorm mates, no one would be surfacing for another two hours, just in time for 9. Harry huffed quietly at that and closed the book, not bothering to send a reply. Snape had mentioned before having to wait till the following weekend to do anything, which Harry had objected to.
He wanted to complete whatever they had to do in this time period fast, so that he could return home. Snape, however, insisted on leaving things until weekends or detentions so that no suspicions would arise from Harry spending unscheduled time with Snape. It was cold now, as Snape must have put it aside and stopped writing in it too. Harry settled back into bed, tossing his glasses at the nightstand. Ron grumbled at the noise, but didn't open his eyes.
He couldn't count how many times he'd thought Dub Plate - More Rockers - Selection 2 how much his four-poster bed at Hogwarts as home - both while spending the year camping, and while spending the summers at the Dursleys.
Harry was just slipping into his dreams when he scrunched up his face. Why would he even joke about calling Snape his father? The week passed by extremely slowly. Her name was short and colourless, H 3; the initial, Holland type, the numeral, the place in the series H.
But she would not have desired any other name. Historical allegories or re- miniscences were useless for her : a new daughter of a terrible realism, she did not desire precedents.
To her absolutely positive mentality, the fact of an Archimedes gone 13 to tjie,i? Better therefore that H3, which seemed to be a dry term Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume a che- mical formula and reminded the Ce He, the formula of the petrol on which she lived. Pre-emently a destroyer, she was happy that her compages were nothing but physics and chemistry, the two forbidden fruits which the serpent of science has offered to mankind to destroy each other, enticing it with the false mirages of ci- vilisation and progress, the two most empty words of any language.
Of old, of antique, she had nothing but her flag, a fluctuation of white and red on the grey iron, high in the centre of her hull, like a steep rock, and she carried this ruler of the seas on her back like a tame tiger carries its tamer: Le Dicen La Loca - Candido Fabre Y Su Banda - Fabré Y Sus Éxitos it only obedience, for everybody else the terrible bite of her six torpedoes.
She was made like that, the H 3, and when she had It Wont Cool Off - Dean Martin - A Winter Romance trace invisible furrows A British submarine in the basin.
And for Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume months she had perused rapidly, and with her face down- wards, all the routes which irradiate from Cattaro, had followed all the recesses of the enemy's coast, pushed herself into the daedalous of the islands, scented all the waters, for months she had re-emerged here and there in the boundless solitudes to pant her wrath at never finding anything else on her way but the desert and to breathe with her robust lungs a mouthful of pure air before disappearing again into teh abysses.
Amongst those who appeared to enjoy themselves were those who had re- turned from the sea and those who would go there, all of them living in an ambient of peril. And this joy manifested itself through excessive shouts and laughter, or by their accom- panying in disorderly chorusses the songs sung by barely dressed songstresses.
Bet- ween an obscure to-day and an obscure to-morrow, down, quickly, a few hours of oblivion, some phrase not of torpedoes, of canons and of death. And as it is well known that a sort of erotic exaltation is liberated from the large human he- catombs, it appeared that all that youth vomited out from the ships, the torpedo boats, the submarines, fermented as if it were invaded by a thousand acids of vice and no longer retained by anything on the ordinary moral level.
English and French officers, in the box, around me : faces which for a long time had been deprived of any interest whatever in the things they had before them and in many other things : nearly all of them commanders or seconds of submarines, that is to say, men who had something of the deep cut into their soul, something of the bleakness of the periscope cut into their look, something of the excessive loneliness cut into their words.
And there were in the shadow of the back-ground of the box two new faces of Englishmen, turned towards the stage like two im- movable masks of indifference. And on a negative sign on my part, he told me their names, while from the two faces who bowed, spurted out an English smile which is immediately an old acquaintance : lieutenant George Jenkinson, lieutenant Edward Lane, commander and second of the H The Horatian carpe diam did not seem to have any power on their strained spirits — one saw it — towards a fixed thought for which there was no truce: Yonder there And while the orchestre underlined the adventures of a certain Lisetta, to sing which it appeared to be necessary to throw alternately upward a pair of female legs, the two faces grew rigid again in their immovability of masks, without being shaken by the flood of applause and by the shouts of the pit, without the slightest sign of their taking part in the thoughts, in the life of the others, extraneous, glacial, almost hostile.
And then, as if to defend himself against an accusation which I had not made, he added: "However, when you know them better, you wall find them ' tres gentils gargons'. You will see ". Shortly afterwards, the night of war, very dark, dotted with the azure bleakness of a few street lamps, took us all up again and separated us, sending us onward to our destinies, along the dead streets of a Pompei inhabited by shadows and touched by an immense thing, profoundly black it too, the sea.
OOO Down there, beyond the line of the ships, the shore of the ante-harbour was covered with foam through the breaking waves. On the wings of the tempest, chi- meras of the air, convulsed by tragedies old as the creation, flew aloft from the sea towards the land, howling and throwing clouds of salted dust on their way. And, - 15 as it is always the case with those who have lived on the sea, it seemed that their howl was intermingled with human cries : " the cries of all those who had found their death through the sea and who had done them wrong ", as the strange Adriatic legend of the " Scio " says.
Lashed by the rain, the submarines were lined with their naked and shining backs along the mole which serves as their stables, and when following the heaving of the sea, they shook now and then the halter of their mooring with a nervous motion. At the end of the row there was an empty place on which the squalls could freely carry out their whims.
The H3 was not there, she was out, on cruise. And down there all the sentinels of the ante-harbour sharpened the look-out towards the waves breaking at sea and towards His Majesty the King of Italy on board of a Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume submarine. Every two hours, when mounting guard, one said to the other : " Attention, the H 3 must re-enter!
A sea which had in its aspect the white lividity of murderers on the morning after the crime, reflected here and there azure gashes of sky between rags of tired clouds. That the H 3 had not yet returned, this was ascribed to the tempest of the day before. Certainly, she had had to light against the sea at the surface, like an 16 ordinary torpedo boat, as she had surely exhausted her electric accumulators on her cruise without having been able to recharge them.
No, there was nothing to be afraid of. And now that the sea was quiet, it must be a question just of a few hours to see her return. Everybody was convinced of this. And all the commanders of the submarines at anchor, who, in their moments of rest are led through sheer habit to walk up and down the mole near their boats, as if not to lose sight of them even then, were now assembled instead near that empty space of sea which no doubt would soon be occupied again by its legitimate occupant.
By heavens, to think that by half past two the H 3 should not yet have returned? If the eye of a speaker fell by chance on the two empty seats, it seemed that a sudden paralysis caused his voice to grow lower ; and then all the eyes converged for one moment on those points of common recall, to draw away therefrom immediately, but wath an effort and as if that sight had put a weight upon them.
And when the talk fell on one of those who sat one day at that table and who now, invited to the large feast of Death, could send to their seats nothing but their spirits upward from very distant abysses and already rendered uniform through time in their aspect of shadows, it seemed that an imperious voice heard by nobody and felt by everybody, imposed silence.
For one moment only, but the word vanished, everybody felt suddenly in himself the sensation of a painful certainty, equal for all. And the conversation which was at once taken up again, appeared to be made rather to cover a shivering. The first question which the commander put to his colleagues who had come to welcome him, was a master- piece of that ingenious hypocrisy which straight souls use sometimes when they are martyred by an internal anguish and do not wish this anguish to be in- stalled into others.
And then, instead of receiving the specific answer which his question required, he was interrogated in his turn. And the interrogated in his turn dropped this " why " and remained for some instants silent ; then he became suddenly sincere and asked in a loud voice : "And was she at her usual place of ambush at Punta But why?
Quite suddenly the whole hull of the submarine was shaken heavily and vibrated for some moments. Something came to us like a very distant Results of a bomb on a submarine. Tor- pedo? Telluric phenomena? I turned immediately the compressed air on and rose towards the surface until the end of the periscope emerged. At the pa- noramic lense a big lense which reproduces inside the submarine what the periscope sees outsidethe sea diigitae - Extreme Computer quiet as far as the furthermost horizon, and the enemy's coast was delineated clearly and near.
I was uncertain whether to return to the bottom when, behind a promontory which shuts oflf the town of I saw 19 British submarines. She was indeed hunting for something on the spot where the H3 should be ; and certainly her examination was conclusive and rapid, because after a few revolutions she turned her bow towards land and disappeared to the place from which she had come.
Then, in the panoramic lense, there moved, above the mountains of the coast, the Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume spot of an aeroplane.
It turned round and round in big circles, descended gradually as if forming an upturned cone and seemed to touch the water in the vertex, and when it ascended determinately, it appeared to carry with it on its rapid flight towards land the joy of good tidings of death, like a contented hawk Like a raven!
And all the heads bent in silence. And Orchestral Mindtrip - Various - Operation Log 012 all those men there who defied daily the same end, not one thought of asking whether it would have been possible that someone of the H3 had been saved.
No : mine and submarine : two undersea things : the immense crash of a thing already buried : the horrible confusion of iron, water and blood down below To hope?
What for? In what? In whom? And when the officers of the submarines returned to their boats, they gazed for a long time at the empty space of the H3, and saw that from the columns of that part of the Medici Mass - NON - Receive The Flame were still hanging into the sea the moorings for her.
Then, one morning, the steward adjusted the distances between the plates by widening the circle. And when the others came, Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume apparently paid attention to this trifle. Only when they sat down and when they exchanged the morning salute, each saw before him for an instant an English smile, which czune from far, far away, and was extremely sad, and afl saw two white faces covered with a blue veil and bitten already by the thousand murderous things of the sea, bending in a Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiumelong greeting which suddenly slunk away, just like monsters salute.
THE " U. In the severe exactitude of this episode are comprised all the emotional factors which ensure success to popular publications : a prologue of polished hypocrisy, mysterious and criminal action, an epilogue that is tragic in the highest degree, plots in every page, Chick Churchill - You And Me / Come And Join Me a terrible punishment in the last chapter, reserved for the chief culprit.
This type of weapon was a new one, and without the least doubt, German. But this caused no great surprise, since the aid in material ways given by Germany to Austria was well known to everyone. It might be a matter of discussion whether the first named power, not being at war with' us, was showing much tact in allowing its own weapons to be used against us : but by this time everyone had been made aware of the kind of thing called tact in Teutonic lands.
The surprise consisted rather more in forming conjectures as to the method used for placing these mines : but this did not last long : and when Angel Of Death - Slayer - Reign In Blood three weeks later another set of mines was discovered and removed from close by, and m the same waters, all doubts were at an end. The mysterious minelayer could not be other than a submarine, im- mersed, and therefore hidden, going about its sinister task as a deceitful agent in the execution of some of the pre-arranged ferocities held in reserve for the purpose - 22 - of terrifying the universe, a German phrase to be put into practice after a German fashion.
Now Austria, that squinting Austria, has never been quite clever enough, even in wrongdoing. As Napoleon said, she was always one day and one idea too late, and this time she could not have invented anything new unless by a course of action that fairly puzzled those who had not understood the Austrian character.
But the fact remains : undeniably remains ; that " felix Austiia " believing herself the possessor of an absolutely unconquerable weapon, continued to direct here, there and everywhere in front of our naval bases, its invisible brood, laying eggs containing death on a vast scale.
These eggs were collected and destroyed by the indefatigable muzzles of our mine sweepers, foxes possessing an unerring scent. Now we have had the prologue and the action. Here follows the epilogue. Everything was ready for receiving further visits On 16th March the crafty cetacean, emboldened by partial success, arrived once more in close proximity to the first base that we mentioned, navigating quite below the surface, and therefore un- detected.
Then at two o'clock came a great explosion, and an immense column of water, turned yellow with petrol, announcing to the Piazza Marittima that justice had been done. Torpedo boats and all kinds of craft hurried to the spot where the sea seemed still under the influence of some invisible agony, indicated by the spreading oil, life blood of the monster, by the upcoming of air bubbles, its last sigh, by broken pieces of wood and fragments of limbs.
Since the submarine is a ferocious and very hateful beast, it was thought ad- visable to make certain of its death, so the divers with their apparatus, the funeral undertakers of the sea went below to investigate the manner of the demise. There was the corpse : lying on its left side supine, broken in two, in over thirty metres of water.
There it was : and on the hidden course traversed by it was still visible the proof of its guilt ; a torpedo line intended for our destruction, and promptly set in motion.
To the stroke of the hammers of the divers upon each portion of the hull, there was no response whatever: absolute silence, the silence of the Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume. Em- ploying every precaution, since a portion of the terrible cargo remained on board, and might yet do harm, and, with most praiseworthy efforts on the part of the sailors and divers alike, in a short time it was lifted from the bottom and reached sunlight once more on the shore of our naval base, its two fragments put close to each other, all dripping with water, oil and relics of humanity.
Now for the first time its name was visible : U. Amid the incredible entanglement of twisted Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume rent plates, of projecting and broken tubes, of wrenched and shattered machines, among the monstruous teeth in metal created by the caprices of the explosion, the foldings and crushings which no sledge- hammer could reproduce, it was difficult to effect Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume progress or to penetrate into the compartments still intact, in order to find out more about the vessel.
With great labour these remains were If It Feels Good Do It - Various - North Of Watford Volume 2 removed, though already in a terrible state, and - 23 - Effect of the explosion in the " U.
It was considered to be best to employ oxidised flame jets in Londinium Calling - The Bongolian - Moog Maximus to make way into the two compartments. Then came to light in all their sinister aspect the hidden things affecting human beings and their labours. Once again the represen- tative of law gave testimony : " Control chamber : body No.
I I - Without a top to the skull : No. I have decided to give the list as it stands, so that it may lose none of its sad sig- Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume.
The poor creatures thus identified one by one received Christian burial, to which they had the right, in that they fulfilled the duties imposed upon them, barbarous though those duties were. The fact of death even in a bad cause, is a good defence.
From the letters and the clothing found, it was clear that everything on board The mitrailleuse found on board "U. Bekleidung Abteilung Kielthe distinctive mark used by the German military stores at Kiel ; the postal arrangements were with Kiel ; the private payments of members of the crew were addressed to the Kiel Savings Bank ; and the list of officers and men gave details entirely German as to name and rank.
There was nothing Austrian on board except the flag, with, astonishing carelessness - 30 - changed at Pola on the 28th Junejust a few days before the first mine laying in the waters close to our base. With regard to the flags and the German methods, it is as well to record what flags this submarine did carry, and the purpose for which they were intended. Be- Personal effects from " U. This was all. This repulsive absence of scruple or of respect for any sort of law, rejected by our own type of mind with infinite disdain, is placidly systematised by this scientific savage, who is, and always will be, German.
If his history, his art, his mode of thought is investigated, whether among the officers in high command or inside a submarine, it will be evident he is a savage, as described and Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume continue to be so immutably.
One more detail, among the many that came to light, and worth consideration as attaching a definite value to the article entitled neutrality in the present war, is the fact that the money found on board the U. In order to avoid an entirely useless essay on technical matters, nothing has been said on these points ; all the more advisable because at this moment, the - 31 - vessel completely refitted and purified under our flag, is in process of repaying to the enemy twofold all the evil that it inflicted.
Still it may be of interest to make some mention of the brief but busy existence spent in doing us injury, with some satis- faction to superiors, if we may judge from the Iron Cross found on board. Built at Bremen, as already said, the vessel entered the service in the beginning of May ; it made Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume trial trip on the Weser, was towed by night through the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, and reached Kiel on 1 7th May, where the first im- mersion trials were completed, and on the 22nd the mines intended for us were taken on board.
Our war against Austria being declared, the vessel left Kiel by rail in three pieces, and arrived at Pola on 24th June. There it was again put together, and changed its flag, carrying out on 25th July and 1 5th August the mine laying in front of our base, lately mentioned. In the month of December the vessel left Cattaro for Port Bardia, near Solum in Cyrenaica, with a cargo of rifles to be handed to our rebels This record merits particular attention, possibly?
In Februaryin the difficult days at Durazzo, the U. Having returned to Cattaro from Durazzo, she made next for one of our bases to study the approaches and methods of traffic. After this there was again a stay at Cattaro : the last anchorage, followed by the fateful going to. Canvas garments of the sailors marked B. I 2, and consequently as to that effected by Germany against us, long, very long before our declaration of vs'ar against that power.
The dedication prefixed to these few pages of tragedy is therefore completely justified. Italian workmen repairing the turret cf "L.
May eternal repose attend the souls of those who started from Bremen to find death in our seas, and whose Everyone Vibrated - All Were Ready - Positive Shadow - Fiume bodies lie in our land, namely the following: Ober leutenant Fluters Ball - Henry Mancini And His Orchestra - Mancini Magic, commandant of the U.
Ober aspirant Hempel, second in command ; U. To these victims of a foolish mentality, which all over the world holds up to derision the German with his hymns of hate, and with ferocity as his only recognised law, Italy, the queenly guardian of right and justice, generously proffers a peaceful word in the name of her equitable rule and of the sanctity of the war in which she is engaged. Holding strict guard against any renewal of the incendiary flames of Belgium, she replies to the attack of these incendiaries and murderers, bowing in silence before the unhappy crew of the U.
What about Austria? Well, Austria scarcely takes any part in this episode ; for nothing of hers was sent to death except her flag; her own Hapsburg eagle, with its limbs torn in pieces.
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