wada broke in upon my thoughts by telling me he had been sent to say that Miss West was serving tea in the cabin.
I asked wada, who, like myself, had never made a sailing-ship voyage.
Some actors, says wada, here write in the air with their fan; but such detailed miming is vulgar.
Even wada, who had never been in a sailing-ship, had his doubts of the voyage.
Then I spoke to wada, the cook, who had the wheel every morning from four to six.
Also she reproached me soundly for permitting wada to feed meat to Possum.
Not till two in the morning did I reach up and turn out the kerosene reading-lamp which wada had purchased and installed for me.
The thing wada told me was the curious conduct of Mr. Mellaire.
wada had not yet gone to bed, and from him I got more cream of tartar.
Not until wada brought me breakfast did I learn what had occurred.