The pike-pole found no grip in the soft sand of the bar, and Peter came nearer, holding up one arm to protect his head.
Cobbington struck his pike-pole into a tree on the shore, and Buck followed his example.
It was the strength and skill of the pike-pole lads against the fury of the river.
As Pichot ceased his measured harangue he jerked his pike-pole loose.
It must have weighed between fifty and sixty pounds, for the pike-pole all but snapped when I tried to lift the monster with it.
Old Etienne set the rake and the pike-pole against the fence.
They got a pike-pole, and tried to drive him from his hiding place.
Unfortnitly I'd left the salutin' blunderbuss here at home, and hadn't but one pike-pole aboard.
The old man came to the end of his foot-bridge and flung down his rake and his pike-pole.
George ran to get the pike-pole; and for some moments they tried to push, or pull, the block out.