A week later the swallows fell to stringing themselves like beads along the coastguard's telephone-wire on the hill.
He will get into trouble one of these days with the coastguard people, I tell him.
The faint hope that it might prove to be a coastguard was soon dispelled.
She wondered if it was her duty to tell the coastguard all that she and Alan suspected.
"You are right there, miss," said one of the coastguard men.
Here the men of the coastguard had set up the rocket apparatus.
"I'm not missing anything else, though," replied the coastguard.
But these bold men of the coastguard are not often or easily foiled.
Plunder, wholesale plunder, appeared to be the order of the day, in spite of contingents of coastguard men.
This engine, however, is in the hands of Government, and is managed by the coastguard.