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CHAPTER XXXVII THE "ARATO" The subject of the labors of an African Hercules, mythical as these labors might be, was so interesting to the four men who had been drinking and smoking in the tavern, that they determined to pursue it as far as their ignorance of the African's language, and his ignorance of English and Spanish, would permit.
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If I had money enough, I could get the _Arato_, put a good crew on board, and be at sea and on the wake of that brig in twenty-four hours.
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When they parted, Nunez had not made up his mind that the plan of Cardatas was a good one, but he told him to go ahead and see what could be done about getting the _Arato_ and a reliable crew, and that he would talk further to him about the matter.
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He went straight to his friend Cardatas, and said that he would furnish the capital to fit out the _Arato_ for the projected trip.
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It was not in twenty-four hours, but in forty-eight, that the schooner _Arato_ cleared from Valparaiso for Callao in ballast.
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Once outside the harbor, the _Arato_ changed her mind about going to Callao, and sailed southward.
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When the _Arato_ changed her mind about going to Callao, and sailed southward some five days after the _Miranda_ had started on the same course, she had very good weather for the greater part of a week, and sailed finely.
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The _Arato_ sailed well with a fair wind, but in many respects she was not as good a sea-boat in a storm as the _Miranda_ had proved to be, and she had been obliged to lie to a great deal through the days and nights of high winds and heavy seas.
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Having never had, until now, the responsibility of a vessel upon him, Cardatas was a good deal more cautious and prudent, perhaps, than Captain Horn would have been had he been in command of the _Arato_.
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The wind had changed, and the _Arato_ did not make very good sailing on her southeastern course.
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If the _Miranda_ had gone down at sea, and her crew had reached land in boats, the success of the _Arato's_ voyage would be very dubious.
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Arato_ were very much surprised by what had happened.
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Instantly one of the more excitable men from the _Arato_ fired at it.
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But Sanchez made a great mistake when he supposed that Captain Horn and his men fought with such arms as the muzzle-loading rifles and shot-guns which the _Arato's_ men had thought quite sufficient to bring with them for the work they had to do.
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Captain Horn, when he had fitted out the _Miranda_, had supplied himself and his two white men with fine repeating rifles, and the _Arato's_ men had scarcely crossed the line which had been drawn on the sand before there were three shots from the barrier, and three of the enemy dropped.
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Up went the jib of the _Arato_.
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In an hour the _Arato_, moored by her spare anchor, lay in the little bay, less than two hundred yards from shore.
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And when the last sail had been furled, it became evident to all hands on board that they wanted their breakfast, and this need was speedily supplied by Maka and Inkspot from the _Arato's_ stores.
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When this work had been accomplished, the party returned to the _Arato_, and the captain ordered Inkspot and the prisoner to be brought aft to be tried by court martial.
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He told of his adventures on shore, and how kind the men had been to him until they went on board the _Arato_, and how then they treated him as if he had been a dog-how he had been made to do double duty in all sorts of disagreeable work, and how, after they had seen the light on the beach, he had been put into the hold and tied hand and foot.
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Examples of Arato

Example #1
In the first place, they made him sit down with them, and offered him something to drink.
Example #2
But they could comprehend that the negro had carried bags of lumps like that.
Example #3
Miranda's_ one in any kind of weather.
Example #4
Then the two went to work to calculate, and spent an hour or two at it.
Example #5
That night Nunez took a train for Santiago, and on his arrival there, the next morning, he went straight to the shop of the jeweller of whom had been obtained the piece of gold in his possession.