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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "One moment, Lestrade," said Holmes. "Half an hour more or lesscan make no difference to you, and the gentleman was about to giveus an account of this very interesting affair, which might aid us inclearing it up."
2.  A small side door led into the whitewashed corridor from which thethree bedrooms opened. Holmes refused to examine the third chamber, sowe passed at once to the second, that in which Miss Stoner was nowsleeping, and in which her sister had met with her fate. It was ahomely little room, with a low ceiling and a gaping fireplace, afterthe fashion of old country-houses. A brown chest of drawers stood inone corner, a narrow white-counterpaned bed in another, and adressing table on the left-hand side of the window. These articles,with two small wickerwork chairs, made up all the furniture in theroom save for a square of Wilton carpet in the centre. The boardsround and the panelling of the walls were of brown, worm-eaten oak, soold and discoloured that it may have dated from the originalbuilding of the house. Holmes drew one of the chairs into a corner andsat silent, while his eyes travelled round and round and up anddown, taking in every detail of the apartment.
3.  "'Or to sit here, or sit there, that would not be offensive to you?'"'Oh, no.'
4.  October 9, 1890.
5.  "But the boots and the bath?"
6.  I entered my consulting-room and found a gentleman seated by thetable. He was quietly dressed in a suit of heather tweed, with asoft cloth cap which he had laid down upon my books. Round one ofhis hands he had a handkerchief wrapped, which was mottled all overwith bloodstains. He was young, not more than five-and-twenty, Ishould say, with a strong, masculine face; but be was exceedingly paleand gave me the impression of a man who was suffering from some strongagitation, which it took all his strength of mind to control."I am sorry to knock you up so early, Doctor," said he, "but Ihave had a very serious accident during the night. I came in bytrain this morning, and on inquiring at Paddington as to where I mightfind a doctor, a worthy fellow very kindly escorted me here. I gavethe maid a card, but I see that she has left it upon the side-table."I took it up and glanced at it. "Mr. Victor Hatherley, hydraulicengineer, 16A, Victoria Street (3d. floor)." That was the name, style,and abode of my morning visitor. "I regret that I have kept youwaiting," said I, sitting down in my library chair. "You are freshfrom a night journey, I understand, which is in itself a monotonousoccupation."


1.  "The credit of the execution is due to Monsieur Oscar Meunier, ofGrenoble, who spent some days in doing the moulding. It is a bust inwax. The rest I arranged myself during my visit to Baker Street thisafternoon."
2.  "Why serious?"
3.  "No, I think that I'll take it."
4.  "Well, this gets me!" cried the inspector. "What was it, Mr. Holmes?I'm born and bred in these parts, but I never saw such a thing. Itdon't belong to Sussex."
5.  "Your child?"
6.  Holmes waved his hand towards some papers on a chair. "I had no ideathat the case was coming my way or I should have had my extractsready," said he. "The fact is that the problem, though exceedinglysensational, appeared to present no difficulty. The interestingpersonality of the accused does not obscure the clearness of theevidence. That was the view taken by the coroner's jury and also inthe police-court proceedings. It is now referred to the Assizes atWinchester. I fear it is a thankless business. I can discover facts,Watson, but I cannot change them. Unless some entirely new andunexpected ones come to light I do not see what my client can hopefor."


1.  "Exactly," said I. "A plausible lawyer could make it out as an actof self-defence. There may be a hundred crimes in the background,but it is only on this one that they can be tried."
2.  "That is suggestive," remarked Holmes.
3.  "It is the purest accident. I cannot allow that there is anyhumiliation."
4.  "I'll show you first how it was done, and then I will give theexplanation which is due to you, and even more to my long-sufferingfriend here, who has been invaluable throughout. But, first, I wouldgive you an insight into this man's mentality. It is a very unusualone- so much so that I think his destination is more likely to beBroadmoor than the scaffold. He has, to a high degree, the sort ofmind which one associates with the mediaeval Italian nature ratherthan with the modern Briton. He was a miserable miser who made hiswife so wretched by his niggardly ways that she was a ready prey forany adventurer. Such a one came upon the scene in the person of thischess-playing doctor. Amberley excelled at chess- one mark, Watson, ofa scheming mind. Like all misers, he was a jealous man, and hisjealousy became a frantic mania. Rightly or wrongly, he suspected anintrigue. He determined to have his revenge, and he planned it withdiabolical cleverness. Come here!"
5.   Oldacre gave an uneasy laugh, shrinking back from the furious redface of the angry detective.
6.  "It is straight enough. I should like to know who sold youthe geese which you supplied to the Alpha."


1.  "Then our friend Overton's forebodings have been justified," saidHolmes. "Personally I am in agreement with Dr. Armstrong, and footballdoes not come within my horizon. Early to bed to-night, Watson, forI foresee that to-morrow may be an eventful day."
2.  "'Quite true, Mr. Holmes. By a curious coincidence he had beeninquiring into my affairs only a week before. Don't do it, Mr. Holmes;it's not a lucky thing to do. Several have found that out. My lastword to you is, go your own way and let me go mine. Good-bye!'"So there you are, Watson. You are up to date now."
3.  "The family of Lord Robert St. Simon has been thrown into thegreatest consternation by the strange and painful episodes whichhave taken place in connection with his wedding. The ceremony, asshortly announced in the papers of yesterday, occurred on the previousmorning; but it is only now that it has been possible to confirm thestrange rumours which have been so persistently floating about. Inspite of the attempts of the friends to hush the matter up, so muchpublic attention has now been drawn to it that no good purpose canbe served by affecting to disregard what is a common subject forconversation.
4、  "Yes," I said, "it is morally justifiable so long as our object isto take no articles save those which are used for an illegal purpose."Exactly. Since it is morally justifiable, I have only to considerthe question of personal risk. Surely a gentleman should not laymuch stress upon this, when a lady is in most desperate need of hishelp?"
5、  "A white cock," said he. "Most interesting! It is really a verycurious case."




  • 姜太公 08-10

      "I was so terrified that I do not know what I did. I suppose thatI must have rushed past him into my room. I remember nothing until Ifound myself lying on my bed trembling all over. Then I thought ofyou, Mr. Holmes. I could not live there longer without some advice.I was frightened of the house, of the man, of the woman, of theservants, even of the child. They were all horrible to me. If Icould only bring you down all would be well. Of course I might havefled from the house, but my curiosity was almost as strong as myfears. My mind was soon made up. I would send you a wire. I put onmy hat and cloak, went down to the office, which is about half amile from the house, and then returned, feeling very much easier. Ahorrible doubt came into my mind as I approached the door lest the dogmight be loose, but I remembered that Toller had drunk himself intoa state of insensibility that evening, and I knew that he was the onlyone in the household who had any influence with the savage creature,or who would venture to set him free. I slipped in and lay awakehalf the night in my joy at the thought of seeing you. I had nodifficulty in getting leave to come into Winchester this morning,but I must be back before three o'clock, for Mr. and Mrs. Rucastle aregoing on a visit, and will be away all the evening, so that I mustlook after the child. Now I have told you all my adventures, Mr.Holmes, and I should be very glad if you could tell me what it allmeans, and, above all, what I should do."

  • 内斯塔 08-10

      "We have an inspector who makes a specialty of Saffron Hill andthe Italian Quarter. Well, this dead man had some Catholic emblemround his neck, and that, along with his colour, made me think hewas from the South. Inspector Hill knew him the moment he caught sightof him. His name is Pietro Venucci, from Naples, and he is one ofthe greatest cut-throats in London. He is connected with the Mafia,which, as you know, is a secret political society, enforcing itsdecrees by murder. Now, you see how the affair begins to clear up. Theother fellow is probably an Italian also, and a member of the Mafia.He has broken the rules in some fashion. Pietro is set upon his track.Probably the photograph we found in his pocket is the man himself,so that he may not knife the wrong person. He dogs the fellow, he seeshim enter a house, he waits outside for him, and in the scuffle hereceives his own death-wound. How is that, Mr. Sherlock Holmes?"Holmes clapped his hands approvingly.

  • 易福进 08-10

       "Well, if you wish to see Godfrey, you shall. It is no doing ofmine, but you have forced my hand. Ralph, tell Mr. Godfrey and Mr.Kent that in five minutes we shall be with them."

  • 刘利民 08-10

      "It was the man's own pouch, sir. His initials were inside it. Andit was of sealskin,- and he was an old sealer."

  • 罗杰 08-09

    {  "But Sir Leslie Oakshott?"

  • 胡慧春 08-08

      "I will make no allowance. I am very angry indeed, and I have beenshamefully used."}

  • 白杰戈 08-08

      "And have they occurred?"

  • 亚历克斯·黒 08-08

      -THE END-

  • 刘炳林 08-07

       "And the white cock?"

  • 姜蜜 08-05

    {  "I have done no harm."

  • 武叶余 08-05

      "Do you mean to say that anyone holding these three papers, andwithout the seven others, could construct a Bruce-Partingtonsubmarine?"