By Richmal Crompton
'I din' take it,' William stated. 'Ethel took it. She - she type of can't support herself. I always,' he extra virtuously, 'try'n positioned again the issues she's took.' it began with an extraordinary occasion: William Brown learn a booklet. And now he feels encouraged to avoid wasting his sister from a lifetime of crime. the line to catastrophe is paved with William's stable intentions. Ethel's behaviour has been fairly peculiar - extra so than is common in a woman. yet William, the Brown family's ethical mum or dad, is set to 'reform' her - regardless of the results . . .
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It used to be probably besides that they can now not see in the course of the dining-room blind the determine in their intended sufferer sitting at a desk, stout and red-faced as ever, consuming and ingesting heartily. They clustered around the pond. darkish shadows lay on the backside of it. ‘I can see his useless body,’ acknowledged Ginger, ‘can’t you? Over there. lower than that tree. correct on the backside. ’ The extra resourceful Archers stated they can see his useless physique fairly it appears that evidently. the fewer resourceful ones acknowledged that they concept they can. ‘Well, we’d higher go,’ acknowledged Ginger. ‘Now he’s drowned hisself there’s no need stayin’ right here keepin’ protect. Let’s move over the facet gate an’ go’n’ support William. ’ in the meantime William and his band had walked again to the sphere the place the ‘foreign enemy’ was once nonetheless entrenched. simply in the back of the ditch was once the excessive wall which bounded a backyard belonging to overlook Milton, an inveterate enemy of William’s. yet – thankfully for William – omit Milton was once away on her vacation and a caretaker occupied the home. William had little worry or admire for caretakers. He knew by way of lengthy event that they spent such a lot in their time snoozing, have been in most cases deaf and short-sighted and continually short-winded. Heartened by means of this inspiration he gathered and addressed his fans. ‘Now’s the time for us to assault ’em,’ he stated flourishing his bow and arrows in a warlike demeanour. ‘Now’s the time, whereas they haven’t bought their chief to inform ’em what to do. We’ll move into leave out Milton’s backyard – cautious, ’cause the previous lady mightn’t be asleep, yet besides she’s certain to be deaf so it’ll be very well. We’ll climb up in the back of the wall an’ lean over an’ assault ’em with the bows an’ arrers an’ I wager you – I jolly good wager you anythin you love that we placed ’em to flight. ’ The Archers cheered in shrill pleasure and marched off gaily of their leader’s wake. William knew the simplest gap throughout the hedge into leave out Milton’s backyard. William knew the easiest holes throughout the hedges into so much of his neighbours’ gardens. This used to be now not unnatural as such a lot of them were made via the widespread furtive passage of William’s physique. the opposite Archers much less nimbly being much less accustomed than their chief to such technique of front. within the backyard William stood and appeared approximately him. All was once silent and empty. there has been now not even a serpent within the backyard within the form of a gardener. And the home windows behind the home have been reassuringly clean. No suspicious caretaker’s face used to be noticeable at any of them. William heaved a sigh of aid. ‘That’s all right,’ he stated to his military. ‘Now come alongside – creep – to the ground the place the wall is. ’ They crept to the ground of the backyard, William creeping at their head. They imitated faithfully William’s demeanour of creeping, yet none of them approached William’s creeping shape. William used to be justly happy with his creeping. no longer for not anything had he practised being a pink Indian and a robber leader and a cinema villain painstakingly and for a few years. He had introduced creeping to an excellent paintings. the best villain at the cinema degree may have learnt anything from William’s creeping.