The searchlight from the Nark was playing full upon the scene.
A hail came from Jackson, second in command of the Nark, at once.
It was the sole commandment that ran there:—'Thou shalt not nark.'
"Nark (p. 091) the doin's, nark it," he cried and fired his rifle.
He resolved to depart from his evil ways and to become a nark—a copper's nark—which is a police spy, or informer.