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: Is that all, then, Ian? Ian Bellows
: Yeah, I think so. And how long will it take to fill the order THIS time, eh? Peter Argyle
: Oh, probably three to four weeks. Ian Bellows
: Aye, y'know, they ought to give us better service. And a boat coming once a week is not enough! You'd think at least they'd get our telephones installed. Peter Argyle
: Y'know, they promised 'em this year. Ian Bellows
] Aye, and last.
: You know what? It-it smells like fog. Dr. Reginald Landers
: Nonsense. I think it's going to be a lovely evening. Peter Argyle
: Ah, if you weren't a newcomer you'd feel it in your bones. Dr. Reginald Landers
: A newcomer? I've been here for ten years! Mr. Roger Campbell
: You're a newcomer, just the same.
: More books, Doctor? Dr. Reginald Landers
: You islanders are too hardy. I have to do something to keep busy. Constable John Harris
: You know, Doctor, you and I should take up chess. I've got nothing to do either, except when Andy McCracken has a wee drop too much and tries to break up the pub.