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No, go yourself. " So Taylor left Una with his heavy tidings and Leblanc's message. For himself there was a gleam of brightness in the memory of Nesina's dawning smile, so reluctant and unpractised. But that would be of no interest or comfort to Lyon. 11 Lyon was conferring with Harper when Taylor made his report on the state of affairs in Una and delivered Leblanc's message. " asked Lyon. " Taylor thought he detected in his leader a natural curiosity, in spite of his sceptical tone. Lyon was rapidly giving instructions to Harper.
They were standing on the flat roof of Station Nineteen. A 'plane had brought them there. Lyon, using a large-scale plan supplied by the station Head, had planned the proposed trench and marked it on the ground. He had also asked by radio for fire-fighting teams and equipment to be flown out from Una. Now there was nothing that he and Taylor could do except watch and wait. They were closer to the hot side here than on their reservation or in Una. The light was not so dim. In fact it looked to Taylor as though the sun was on the point of rising above the horizon, though he knew that it would never actually do so.
He almost ran to the president's side and whispered urgently to him. Leblanc's expression did not change. When the young man had finished he was dismissed from the room. Then the President spoke gravely. " Sanger asked. "No," said Leblanc. "The radio seems to have broken down. One of the staff brought the message. He was an eyewitness, I understand, and he is outside. " 8 The messenger was a small man, middle-aged and badly scared. His robe was sweat-soaked, foul and blackened. He stood just inside the door, gasping.