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Brand Name: boyu
Aquarium & Accessory Type: 22
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Type: Aquariums & Accessories
Theory: Centrifugal Pump
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Single package size: 80X60X60 cm
Single gross weight: 68.0 KG
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About Boyu
Guangdong Boyu Group Co., Ltd. is a "national high-tech enterprise" devoted to R&D, production and sales of various aquarium equipment, landscape supporting equipment and pet products.


The brand names are "well-known trademarks in China", "well-known trademarks in Guangdong Province", "well-known products in Guangdong Province" and "top ten brands in Chinese aquaculture industry". Company owns
A modern garden-style production base of 150,000 square meters, with strong scientific research strength and advanced production and testing equipment, is the "characteristic industry base of aquarium equipment in Guangdong Province".

The product sells well in more than 80 countries and regions all over the country and abroad. It is the first choice of famous brand products for customers at HOME and abroad. First in domestic aquarium equipment industry
The General Administration of Customs of China has awarded the title of "Advanced Certified Enterprise (AA-type Customs Management Enterprise)".

 

 

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Welcome to consult
il ways in the great citythey are young and untriedlet them not drink for what says Original boyu hasp,boyu fish equipment manufacturersorace Non ego sanius Bacchabor Edonis

They wont get any bad example from me said Mr Bolby from me theres no bad example to be got Ill take them to the theatres and several amusements but thats all

So the vicar full of anxiety for his dear boys allowed them to go and the last to bid Reginald farewell was Una

Dont forget me among all the beauties of London she whispered archly or Ill come to Town to look for you

Dont be afraid he replied with an affectation of lightness he was far from feeling I will come back to you heartwhole and then if youll have me well be married

So the poor lad departed having learned already thus early in life that wealth alone does not bring happiness
CHAPTER XXIX FROM DR NESTLEYS POINT OF VIEW
So lowso lowyes I am low indeed
But he thy lover tho of high estate
Will fall to thisI tell thee dainty dame
The devil even now is at his ear
Breathing temptations in most subtle guise
Which soon will lose him all he holds most dear

The autumn was now nearly over and it was that bleak chill season just before winter when the trees denuded of foliage seemed to wait for the snow to cover the bare branches which shivered complainingly in the chill wind Under foot the ground was dark and sodden overhead the sky dull and lowering while piercingly cold blasts blew across the lonely marshes and whistled shrilly over the waste moorland

Dreary and desolate as it had looked in summer time Garsworth Grange appeaOriginal boyu hasp,boyu fish equipment manufacturersed even more dreary and desolate under the sombrecoloured sky The damp had discoloured the white marble of the statues which seemed lost amid the surrounding desert of bare trees and dead leaves It was everlastingly raining and Una looking out of the que windows at the gloomy landscape seen through the driving mists of rain felt dull and depressed All day long the winds whistled through the dismal rooms and the rain ceaselessly dripped from the eaves so it was hardly to be wondered that both Una and Miss Cassy felt anything but cheerful

It was now about two months since Reginald had gone up to town and Una had received frequent letters from him about the way in which everything was being arranged by the lawyers Of late these letters had become feverish in tone as if the wr were trying to invest his correspondence with a kind of fictitious gaiety he was far from feeling and this sudden chanOriginal boyu hasp,boyu fish equipment manufacturerse of style gave her serious uneasiness She knew how sensitive Reginald was and how deeply he had felt the discovery of his real birth so dreaded lest to banish the spectres which haunted him he should plunge into dissipation In one of his letters also he had mentioned that he had met Beaumont in town and as Una learned from the vicar that Dick Pemberton had gone to Folkestone to see his uncle she felt doubtful as to the wisdom of an inexperienced youth like Reginald being left alone in London with a reckless man of the world like Beaumont

She had mistrusted Beaumont when she first met him but by his fascinating manner he had succeeded in overcoming her repugnance but now that he waOriginal boyu hasp,boyu fish equipment manufacturers away the influence of his strong personality died out and she began to dread his power over her lovers honourable guileless nature

I wish Reginald would come back at once she said to Miss Cassy and then we could be married and he would have some one to look after him

Im sure Ill be glad when you are married whimpered Miss Cassy whose spirits the lonely life she was leading sadly depressed Ill go melancholy mad if I stay hereI know I shall Im sure that isnt odd is it I feel like whatshername in the Moated Grange you knowthe weary weary dead thing I mean and the gloomy flatsnot half so nice as the flat we had in town If we could only go to it againI feel so shivery

And so Miss Cassy rambled on in a disconnected fashion one thought sesting another while Una satOriginal boyu hasp,boyu fish equipment manufacturersstaring out of the window with Reginalds last letter in her wondering what was best to be done

I dont trust Mr Beaumont she said at length He is not a good companion for Reginald

Oh my dear said Miss Cassy picking up the teacosy which she kept by her to put on her head when she felt cold such a charming manquite a Lord whatshisname in his manners

His manners are all right Ive no doubt returned Una drily but what about his morals

Miss Cassy gave a little girlish scream and extinguished herself with the teacosy

What dreadful things you do say Una she observed in a shocked tone So very oddquite like Zola so very French

My dear aunty I know you are one of those people who think that unmarried girls should be absolutely ignorant of such things I dont agree with you Theres no need of them to parade their knowledge of evil but they cannot help hearing about it however carefully brought up I know London is not a good place for a young man with plenty of money especially when he is so inexperienced as Reginaldbesides Mr Beaumont is a man of the world whom I really believe lives by his witsand if it be a case of his wits against Reginalds my dear aunt Im afraid poor Reginald will come off worst

Whats to be done then said Miss Cassy blankly Do you think if I sent dear Reginald some tracts

I dont think that would be much use interrupted Una laughing No Ill go over to Garsworth to see the vicarhe will know what is best to be done I will show him Reginalds letter and Im sure he will agree with me that it will be wise to withdraw him from Mr Beaumonts influence

Why doesnt Mr Bolby look after him said Miss Cassy indignantly

I daresay Mr Bolby has got his own business to look after replied Una with a faint sigh besides he only regards Reginald from a monetary point of view nothing morewill you come to the vicarage with me aunt

Oh yes dear cried Miss Cassy with great alacrity the walk will do me good and Im so dullIll talk to dear Mrs Larcher you know shes so odd but still shes better than ones own company isnt she dearlet us get ready at oncethe rain has gone off I see

Then let us follow the example of the rain said Una with a laugh and the two ladies went away to prepare themselves for their walk

When they sallied forth with heavy cloaks and thick boots they found that for once the sun had shown his face and was looking through the watery clouds in a somewhat feeble fashion The ground under foot was wet and spongy still it was better than being immured in the dreary Grange and as they walked rapidly along their spirits rose in spite of the depressing influence of the weather

When they arrived at the bridge after a sharp walk they saw a man leaning over the parapet looking at the cold grey water swirling below

Dear me Una how very odd exclaimed Miss Cassy there is Dr Nestley

Dr Nestley echoed Una rather startled I thought he had gone away last week

He was going but for some reason did not answered Miss Cassy who by some mysterious means heard all the gossip of the village I hear he is still staying at Kossitersdrinking my dearoh dreadfulso very odd

By this time they were directly in the centre of the bridge and hearing footsteps Nestley turned round showing a wan haggard face with dull bleared eyes filled with mute misery So ill and desolate did the young man look that Unas heart smote her as she thought the change was brought about through her refusal to marry him and though she despised him for his weakness of character in thus being influenced yet she still felt pity for the helplessness of the poor fellow Nestley flushed as he recognized the two ladies then raised his hat and without saying a word turned once more to look at the river Una felt uneasy as he did so for a sudden doubt arose in her heart as to whether he did not intend to put an end to his life so taking a sudden resolution she whispered to Miss Cassy to walk on by herself to the vicarage

I will join you soon she said in a low voice but first I want to speak to Dr Nestley

But its so odd objected Miss Cassy really so veryvery odd

Nevertheless she made no further objection and trotted away through the village street leaving Una alone on the bridge with Dr Nestley Though the unhappy young man knew that she was still behind him he did not turn round but kept staring dully at the foamstreaked waters of the Gar

Dr Nestley she said softly touching him on the shoulder I want to speak to you

He turned sullenly round though the touch of her gloved sent a thrill through his frame and Una recoiled with an exclamation of pity as she saw what a wreck he was His face formerly so freshcoloured was now grey and thin his eyes bleared with dark circles under them while his nervous lips and shaking s showed how deeply he had been drinking Even in his clothes she saw a change for they were carelessly put on his linen was dirty and his tie arranged in a slovenly manneraltogether he looked like a man who had entirely lost his selfrespect and cared neither for his health nor appearance

Nestley saw the expression on her face and laughed a hollow mirthless laugh which seemed quite in keeping with his wretched appearance

You are looking at your work Miss Challoner he said bitterly well I hope you are satisfied

Unas pride was up in arms at once

You have no right to speak to me in such a manner sir she said haughtily looking at him with a proud cold face Do not ascribe your own folly to any fault of minethat is both weak and unmanly

The wretched creature before her drooped his head before the severe gaze of her eyes

You would not marry me he said weakly you would not save me from myself

Am I to go through the world saving men from their own passions she returned scornfully Shame upon you Dr Nestley to take refuge behind such a weak defence Surely because a woman refuses to marry a man he ought not to lower himself as you have done and then lay the blame on her instead of himselfyou ought to make an end of this folly

Just what I was thinking he muttered glancing at the river She instinctively guessed what the glance meant and looked at him saying

Would you add suicide to the rest of your folliesthat is a cowards refuge and one not worthy of a clever man like you Come Doctor Nestley she continued laying a kind on his shoulder be advised by me Give up this mad love of drink which is lowering you to the level of the brutes and go back to your homethen amid your old companions you will soon forget that I ever existed

Never Never he said in a broken voice

Oh yes you will she replied cheerfully Time is a wonderful consolerbesides Doctor Nestley I could never have married you for though you did not know then you know nowI am going to marry Mr Blake

And what difference will that make to you he asked mockingly lifting his dull eyes to her earnest face

I do not understand you she said coldly drawing back

Then I can easily explain replied the young man quickly the only difference will be thisyou love him you do not love mefor the rest both Reginald Blakeor shall I call him Garswort myself will be equal in all else

You are talking wildly said Una in an icy
 
 
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