And the goban said then 'Make all strong below you, for the work is done,' and they went home.
So when the goban went there he coaxed one of the women the same as if he was not married.
But when the boy began to grow up he had no wit, and the goban knew by that he was no son of his.
For that is what the goban meant, but it took the daughter-in-law to understand it.
And the goban said 'How can that be when I put a stone in and a stone out and a stone across.'
The anachronism committed in the instance of the goban Saer was precisely of the same character!
So the son began to walk fast, thinking that would do it, but the goban sent him back home when he didn't understand what to do.
He has realized your ideas of a nineteenth century goban Saor.