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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I hardly think that likely. I never saw a more inexorable face inmy life."
3.  "Great excitement was caused in Esher and the neighbouringdistrict when it was learned late last night that an arrest had beeneffected in connection with the Oxshott murder. It will beremembered that Mr. Garcia, of Wisteria Lodge, was found dead onOxshott Common, his body showing signs of extreme violence, and thaton the same night his servant and his cook fled, which appeared toshow participation in the crime. It was suggested, but never proved,that the gentleman may have had valuables in the house, and that theirabstraction was the motive of the crime. Every effort was made byInspector Baynes, who has the case in hand, to ascertain the hidingplace of the fugatives, and he had good reason to believe that theyhad not gone far but were lurking in some retreat which had beenalready prepared. It was certain from the first, however, that theywould eventually be detected, as the cook, from the evidence of one ortwo trades-people who have caught a glimpse of him through the window,was a man of most remarkable appearance- being a huge and hideousmulatto, with yellowish features of a pronounced negroid type. Thisman has been seen since the crime, for he was detected and pursuedby Constable Walters on the same evening, when he had the audacityto revisit Wisteria Lodge. Inspector Baynes, considering that such avisit must have some purpose in view and was likely, therefore, tobe repeated, abandoned the house but left an ambuscade in theshrubbery. The man walk into the trap and was captured last nightafter a struggle in which Constable Downing was badly bitten by thesavage. We understand that when the prisoner is brought before themagistrates a remand will be applied for by the police, and that greatdevelopments are hoped from his capture."
4.  "Then reparation is still within your power," said Sherlock Holmes."I will do anything I can. I owe this fellow no particulargood-will. He has been my ruin and my downfall.
5.  "Sound as a bell."
6.  "This is astonishing," said I, as I handed back the volume. "Theman's career is that of an honourable soldier."


1.  I shook my head. "Surely, Holmes, this is a little far-fetched,"said I.
2.  "You see, Watson," he remarked, "our evening has been by no meanswasted. Some of my most interesting cases have come to me in thisway through Mycroft. The problem which we have just listened to,although it can admit of but one explanation, has still somedistinguishing features."
3.  "What do you make of that?" said Holmes.
4.  "In an instant." I scribbled a note to my neighbour, rushed upstairsto explain the matter to my wife, and joined Holmes upon the doorstep."Your neighbour is a doctor," said he, nodding at the brass plate."Yes, he bought a practice as I did."
5.  Not another word did he say of the case until late that night,when he was turning away, with his lighted candle, for his bedroom."Watson," said he, "if it should ever strike you that I am getting alittle overconfident in my powers, or giving less pains to a case thanit deserves, kindly whisper 'Norbury' in my ear, and I shall beinfinitely obliged to you."?
6.  "You want to go home, no doubt, Doctor," he remarked as weemerged.


1.  "There is a train at half-past nine," said I, glancing over myBradshaw. "It is due at Winchester at 11:3O."
2.  "No, the gas."
3.  "'That evening there came what seemed to me to be a grand release,for Hudson told us that he was going to leave us. He walked into thedining-room as we sat after dinner and announced his intention inthe thick voice of a half-drunken man.
4.  "What smouldering fire of vengeance had suddenly sprung into flamein this passionate Celtic woman's soul when she saw the man who hadwronged, perhaps, far more than we suspected-in her power? Was it achance that the wood had slipped and that the stone had shut Bruntoninto what had become his sepulchre? Had she only been guilty ofsilence as to his fate? Or had some sudden blow from her hand dashedthe support away and sent the slab crashing down into its place? Bethat as it might, I seemed to see that woman's figure stillclutching at her treasure trove and flying wildly up the windingstair, with her ears ringing perhaps with the muffled screams frombehind her and with the drumming of frenzied hands against the slab ofstone which was choking her faithless lover's life out."Here was the secret of her blanched face, her shaken nerves, herpeals of hysterical laughter on the next morning. But what had been inthe box? What had she done with that? Of course, it must have been theold metal and pebbles which my client had dragged from the mere. Shehad thrown them in there at the first opportunity to remove the lasttrace of her crime.
5.   "You have come to see his Grace? I am sorry, but the fact is thatthe Duke is far from well. He has been very much upset by the tragicnews. We received a telegram from Dr. Huxtable yesterday afternoon,which told us of your discovery."
6.  "And now, Mr. Holmes, I come at last to the special thing whichhas caused me to ask your advice to-day. You must know that everySaturday forenoon I ride on my bicycle to Farnham Station, in order toget the 12:22 to town. The road from Chiltern Grange is a lonelyone, and at one spot it is particularly so, for it lies for over amile between Charlington Heath upon one side and the woods which lieround Charlington Hall upon the other. You could not find a morelonely tract of road anywhere, and it is quite rare to meet so much asa cart, or a peasant, until you reach the high road near CrooksburyHill. Two weeks ago I was passing this place, when I chanced to lookback over my shoulder, and about two hundred yards behind me I saw aman, also on a bicycle. He seemed to be a middle-aged man, with ashort, dark beard. I looked back before I reached Farnham, but the manwas gone, so I thought no more about it. But you can imagine howsurprised I was, Mr. Holmes, when, on my return on the Monday, I sawthe same man on the same stretch of road. My astonishment wasincreased when the incident occurred again, exactly as before, onthe following Saturday and Monday. He always kept his distance and didnot molest me in any way, but still it certainly was very odd. Imentioned it to Mr. Carruthers, who seemed interested in what Isaid, and told me that he had ordered a horse and trap, so that infuture I should not pass over these lonely roads without somecompanion.


1.  Lestrade chuckled with delight at having puzzled the famous expert."Now, I'll show you the explanation. There is a second stain, but itdoes not correspond with the other. See for yourself." As he spokehe turned over another portion of the carpet, and there, sureenough, was a great crimson spill upon the square white facing ofthe old-fashioned floor. "What do you make of that, Mr. Holmes?""Why, it is simple enough. The two stains did correspond, but thecarpet has been turned round. As it was square and unfastened it waseasily done."
2.  "Surely," answered Holmes, "it is not hard to say that a man withthat bearing, expression of authority, and sun-baked skin, is asoldier, is more than a private, and is not long from India.""That he has not left the service long is shown by his still wearinghis ammunition boots, as they are called," observed Mycroft."He had not the cavalry stride, yet he wore his hat on one side,as is shown by the lighter skin on that side of his brow. His weightis against his being a sapper. He is in the artillery.""Then, of course, his complete mourning shows that he has lostsomeone very dear. The fact that he is doing his own shopping looks asthough it were his wife. He has been buying things for children, youperceive. There is a rattle, which shows that one of them is veryyoung. The wife probably died in childbed. The fact that he has apicture-book under his arm shows that there is another child to bethought of."
3.  "Really! Does it not strike you as a little singular that thisMcCarthy, who appears to have had little of his own, and to havebeen under such obligations to Turner, should still talk of marryinghis son to Turner's daughter, who is, presumably, heiress to theestate, and that in such a very cocksure manner, as if it weremerely a case of a proposal and all else would follow? It is themore strange, since we know that Turner himself was averse to theidea. The daughter told us as much. Do you not deduce something fromthat?"
4、  "But what has happened?"
5、  "It's this way, Mr. Holmes. As I have said, I am the skipper ofthe Rugger team of Cambridge 'Varsity, and Godfrey Staunton is my bestman. To-morrow we play Oxford. Yesterday we all came up, and wesettled at Bentley's private hotel. At ten o'clock I went round andsaw that all the fellows had gone to roost, for I believe in stricttraining and plenty of sleep to keep a team fit. I had a word or twowith Godfrey before he turned in. He seemed to me to be pale andbothered. I asked him what was the matter. He said he was all right-just a touch of headache. I bade him good-night and left him. Halfan hour later, the porter tells me that a rough looking man with abeard called with a note for Godfrey. He had not gone to bed, andthe note was taken to his room. Godfrey read it, and fell back in achair as if he had been pole-axed. The porter was so scared that hewas going to fetch me, but Godfrey stopped him, had a drink ofwater, and pulled himself together. Then he went downstairs, said afew words to the man who was waiting in the hall, and the two ofthem went off together. The last that the porter saw of them, theywere almost running down the street in the direction of the Strand.This morning Godfrey's room was empty, his bed had never been sleptin, and his things were all just as I had seen them the nightbefore. He had gone off at a moment's notice with this stranger, andno word has come from him since. I don't believe he will ever comeback. He was a sportsman, was Godfrey, down to his marrow, and hewouldn't have stopped his training and let in his skipper if it werenot for some cause that was too strong for him. No: I feel as if hewere gone for good, and we should never see him again."Sherlock Holmes listened with the deepest attention to this singularnarrative.




  • 田中一行 08-09

      Holmes and I followed them down the lane, and my friend plucked atmy sleeve as we came out.

  • 徐雪梅 08-09

      "It must be admitted that the workings of this unhappy woman'smind were deep and subtle, so that it was no very simple matter tounravel her plot. I do not think that in our adventures we have evercome across a stranger example of what perverted love can bring about.Whether Miss Dunbar was her rival in a physical or in a merelymental sense seems to have been equally unforgivable in her eyes. Nodoubt she blamed this innocent lady for all those harsh dealings andunkind words with which her husband tried to repel her toodemonstrative affection. Her first resolution was to end her own life.Her second was to do it in such a way as to involve her victim in afate which was worse far than any sudden death could be."We can follow the various steps quite clearly, and they show aremarkable subtlety of mind. A note was extracted very cleverly fromMiss Dunbar which would make it appear that she had chosen the sceneof the crime. In her anxiety that it should be discovered she somewhatoverdid it by holding it in her hand to the last. This alone shouldhave excited my suspicions earlier than it did.

  • 韦杵 08-09

       "That possibility had already occurred to me," said Holmes. "Indeed,it is the only obvious alternative to deliberate intruder.""But she utterly denies it."

  • 杜少荣 08-09

      "Can I help you in any way?"

  • 童方 08-08

    {  "Sir Eustace Brackenstall, the driver tells me."

  • 廉恩臣 08-07

      "And what did he do with this five-clawed club, which is the mostsingular and ingenious part of all your story?"}

  • 林芳 08-07

      "How do you know that? You can't tell what may happen. Anyway, myresolution is taken. Other people besides you have self-respect, andeven reputations."

  • 冯用军 08-07

      "My creatures! I assure you no!"

  • 郑维国 08-06

       "What was it, then?"

  • 陈莉 08-04

    {  "They considered that it might be caused by Arthur's closing hisbedroom door."

  • 郭梅 08-04

      "I have been listening to her for the last five minutes, but did notwish to interrupt your most interesting narrative. Just a littlewheezy, Susan, are you not? You breathe too heavily for that kind ofwork."