He was repaid for his trouble, for on the far side
of the house, close to where the rocky frontage of the cliff fell away, he saw Oolanga crouched behind the irregular trunk of a great oak.
A bell was ringing from the tower of a little white church on the far side
; mellowly and dreamily sweet, the chime floated across the water blent with the moan of the sea.
Crouching behind the bushes the three waited, their eyes fastened upon the far side
of the open space.
Linton had no time to empower me to do so, for Joseph mounted close at my heels, and, pushing into the apartment, planted himself at the far side
of the table, with his two fists clapped on the head of his stick, and began in an elevated tone, as if anticipating opposition -
It was a long, not very broad strip of cultured ground, with an alley bordered by enormous old fruit trees down the middle; there was a sort of lawn, a parterre of rose-trees, some flower-borders, and, on the far side
, a thickly planted copse of lilacs, laburnums, and acacias.
As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff's turn on the far side
of the cave's mouth.
At the far side
of the room a rack held the swords and firearms of the men.
He disappeared from the watcher's view for a moment and then, at the far side
of the apartment, Norman of Torn saw him again just as he roughly grasped the figure of a woman who evidently was attempting to escape him.
Some of the men who had been to field-work on the far side
of the Admiral Benbow remembered, besides, to have seen several strangers on the road, and taking them to be smugglers, to have bolted away; and one at least had seen a little lugger in what we called Kitt's Hole.
Over on the far side
of the brook in a tiny bay floated three lily-pads; and from amid some clover blossoms on the bank an industrious bee rose with the hum of busy contentment.
A backward glance convinced me that to return by the way I had come would be more hazardous than to continue across the plateau, so, putting spurs to my poor beast, I made a dash for the opening to the pass which I could distinguish on the far side
of the table land.
On the far side
, the ground was littered with clothes and guns.