CHAPTER XVI THE WAY OF TRANSGRESSORS
""fp^vID you see where he went?"
JU "You bet I did. I've been dodgin' about watchin', ever since he came out of the wagon."
"I saw you. I was peekin' out o' the window. He played for an age with the Crowe kid, an' then his little head began to droop—bless him! Hee-hee!"
"Well, it's took all right. He's under a bush behind their tent, sleep in' like a pig. How long'11 it last, Tobe?"
"There won't be a stir out of him before morning—not if I know my pills."
"Good business!" Eddie grinned. "I say, Tobe, it won't poison him, will it?"
"Lor' no! The Chink I get those from in Sydney said any one could take 'em."
"But you gave him as much as you take yourself, an' he's a kid."
"He'11 only sleep all the longer. No sense in givin' him what would wear off too soon. You trust old Toby!"