Going out at night with a hurricane lamp, you tread on dozens.
“Then—but first let the light be extinguished,” said the king, pointing to the hurricane lamp suspended from the pole of the tent.
He lighted the hurricane lamp, took off his coat, turned up the bicycle, and set speedily to work.
The romance is closed, and he steals to his bunk with a hurricane lamp and finds a bundle of letters.
He climbed to the bridge again to get a hurricane lamp that he knew was in the chart room.
Then we took each a hurricane lamp, and went about the decks collecting flying fish for breakfast, finding a dozen of them.
The old man came sideways down the bridge ladder with a hurricane lamp, and stood with us, striking a light for his cigar.
He had also lighted the hurricane lamp and suspended it from the top of the totem pole.
Mr. Spokesly, swinging the hurricane lamp in his hand, laid his other hand upon Captain Rannie's shoulder.
Shiraz hastened after him, cringing visibly, and swinging a hurricane lamp as he went.