1 This was the station's mess-room.
2 That was evident in such things as the deplorable state of the station.
3 I went to work the next day, turning, so to speak, my back on that station.
4 Then he asked me to his room, which was in the main building of the station.
5 That, and the repairs when I brought the pieces to the station, took some months.
6 There was an air of plotting about that station, but nothing came of it, of course.
7 I didn't want any more loitering in the shade, and I made haste towards the station.
8 Next day I left that station at last, with a caravan of sixty men, for a two-hundred-mile tramp.
9 There were rumors that a very important station was in jeopardy, and its chief, Mr. Kurtz, was ill.
10 To-day he is chief of the best station, next year he will be assistant-manager, two years more and.
11 He had just the faintest blush, and said modestly, 'I've been teaching one of the native women about the station.'
12 And every week the messenger, a lone negro, letter-bag on shoulder and staff in hand, left our station for the coast.
13 'There's your Company's station,' said the Swede, pointing to three wooden barrack-like structures on the rocky slope.
14 There was an old hippo that had the bad habit of getting out on the bank and roaming at night over the station grounds.
15 Still, one must look about sometimes; and then I saw this station, these men strolling aimlessly about in the sunshine of the yard.
16 I shook hands with this miracle, and I learned he was the Company's chief accountant, and that all the bookkeeping was done at this station.
17 A frightful clatter came out of that hulk, and the virgin forest on the other bank of the creek sent it back in a thundering roll upon the sleeping station.
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