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Xenophobia threatens African economies as well as their moral standing

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then he put on two pairs of trousers, three coats, and an overcoat, two caps, several mufflers, and a pair of heavy mittens over a pair of gloves, and flew down the stairs and dived out into the storm like a russian taking a plunge-bath in an icy stream. fairly plowing through the freezing winds, along the cinder paths he hurried, and down the clattering board walks of the village to the building of the fire department. he met never a soul upon the arctic streets, and he found never a soul at the meeting-place of the all-faithful volunteers. what amazed him most was that he found not even a man there to ring the bell. the rope, however, was flouncing about in the wind, and the bell itself was still thundering alarums over the town. tugs first thought at this discovery wasspooks! as is usual with people who do not believe in ghosts, they were the first things he thought of as an explanation of a mysterious performance. his second thought was the right one. the hurricane had ripped off the boarding about the bell, and the wind itself was the bell-ringer. with a sigh of the utmost tragedy, tug turned back toward his room. he was colder now than ever, and by the time he reached the dormitory he was too nearly frozen to stop and upbraid punk and the other derelicts who had proved false at a crisis that also proved false. the next morning, however, he gathered them all in his room and read them a severe lecture. they had been a disgrace to the lakerim ideal, he insisted, and they had only luck, and not themselves, to credit for the fact that they were not made the laughing-stock of the town and the academy. and that day the half-dozen sent in its resignation from the volunteer fire department of the village of kingston. xvii it was not long after this that the christmas vacation hove in sight, and the dozen forgot the blot upon its escutcheon in the thought of the delight that awaited it in renewing acquaintance with its mothers and other best girls at lakerim, not to mention the cronies in the club-house. each had his plans for making fourteen red-letter days out of the two weeks they were to spend at home. peaceful thoughts filled the hearts of most of them, but b.j. dreamed chiefly of the furious conflicts that awaited him on the lake, which had been the scene of many an adventure in his mettlesome ice-boat. the last days crawled painfully by for all of them, and the dozen grew more and more meek as they became more and more homesick for their mothers. they were boys indeed now, and until they reached the old town; 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but it aroused in b.j. only a new and irresistible desire to be off again upon the same adventure-hunt. now, b.j.s father was an enthusiastic sailorfortunately, not so rash a sailor as his son, but quite as great a lover of a flowing sail. wind-lover as he was, he could not spend a winter idly, and turned his attention to ice-boating. he owned a beautiful modern vessel made of basswood, butternut, and pine, with rigging all of steel, and a runner-plank as springy as an umbrella frame. she carried no more than four hundred square feet of sail; but when he gave her the whip, and let her take to her heels, she outran the fleetest wind that ever swept the lake. and she skipped and sported along near the railroad track, where the express-train raced in vain with her; for she could make her sixty miles an hour or more without gasping for breath. she was named _greased lightning_. now, b.j.s father had ample cause to be suspicious of that young mans discretion, and he never permitted him to take the boat out alone, good sailor as he knew his son to be; so b.j. had to content himself with parties of boys and girls hilarious with the cold and speed, and wrapped up tamely in great blankets, under the charge of his father, who was a more than cautious sailor, being as wise as he was old, and seeing the foolishness of those pleasures which depend only on risking bone and body. but b.j. was wretched, and chafed under the restraint of such respectable amusementwith girls, too! and when, in the midst of the holidays, his father was called out of town, b.j. went to bed, and could hardly fall asleep under the conspiracies he began to form for eloping on one last escapade with the ice-boat. he woke soon after daybreak, the next morning, and hurried to his window. there he found a gale of wind blowing and lashing the earth with a furious rain. the wind he received with welcoming heart, but the rain sent terror there; for it told him that the ice would soon disappear, and he would be sent back to kingston academy, with never a chance to let loose the _greased lightning_

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