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Vane of the Timberlands

By Bindloss, Harold

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Title: Vane of the Timberlands  
Author: Bindloss, Harold
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. A FRIEND IN NEED A light breeze, scented with the smell of the firs, was blowing down the inlet, and the tiny ripples it chased across the water splashed musically against the bows of the canoe. They met her end?on, sparkling in the warm sunset light, gurgled about her sides, and trailed away astern in two divergent lines as the paddles flashed and fell. There was a thud as the blades struck the water, and the long, light hull forged onward with slightly lifted, bird?s?head prow, while the two men swung forward for the next stroke with a rhythmic grace of motion. They knelt, facing forward, in the bottom of the craft, and, dissimilar as they were in features and, to some extent, in character, the likeness between them was stronger than the difference. Both bore the unmistakable stamp of a wholesome life spent in vigorous labor in the open. Their eyes were clear and, like those of most bushmen, singularly steady; their skin was clean and weather?darkened; and they were leanly muscular.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Vane of the Timberlands, 1 -- Harold Bindloss, 1 -- Chapter I. A FRIEND IN NEED, 2 -- Chapter II. A BREEZE OF WIND, 8 -- Chapter III. AN AFTERNOON ASHORE, 15 -- Chapter IV. A CHANGE OF ENVIRONMENT, 21 -- Chapter V. THE OLD COUNTRY, 28 -- Chapter VI. UPON THE HEIGHTS, 34 -- Chapter VII. STORM?STAYED, 40 -- Chapter VIII. LUCY VANE, 46 -- Chapter IX. CHISHOLM PROVES AMENABLE, 52 -- Chapter X. WITH THE OTTER HOUNDS, 59 -- Chapter XI. VANE WITHDRAWS, 65 -- Chapter XII. IN VANCOUVER, 71 -- Chapter XIII. A NEW PROJECT, 75 -- Chapter XIV. VANE SAILS NORTH, 81 -- Chapter XV. THE FIRST MISADVENTURE, 86 -- Chapter XVI. THE BUSH, 90 -- Chapter XVII. VANE POSTPONES THE SEARCH, 95 -- Chapter XVIII. JESSY CONFERS A FAVOR, 98 -- Chapter XIX. VANE FORESEES TROUBLE, 104 -- Chapter XX. THE FLOOD, 108 -- Chapter XXI. VANE YIELDS A POINT, 112 -- Chapter XXII. EVELYN GOES FOR A SAIL, 120 -- Chapter XXIII. VANE PROVES OBDURATE, 126 -- Chapter XXIV. JESSY STRIKES, 131 -- Chapter XXV. THE INTERCEPTED LETTER, 137 -- Chapter XXVI. ON THE TRAIL, 142 -- Chapter XXVII. THE END OF THE SEARCH, 147 -- Chapter XXVIII. CARROLL SEEKS HELP, 153 -- Chapter XXIX. JESSY'S CONTRITION, 158 -- Chapter XXX. CONVINCING TESTIMONY, 165 -- Chapter XXXI. VANE IS REINSTATED, 170

 

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