A boy kills a poacher, whereupon his father and grandfather argues about what to do.
Instead, he finds a poacher, raises his rifle, and fires a lethal blast.
Borlase knew it had made Kit Kendrew a poacher when his wife fell ill of fever.
"Why, it's the story of the poacher that she's telling us," he whispered.
Jeppe—I have never been either hunter or poacher in my life; you know that is work which may send you to prison!
"Ay, I thought it was a poacher," interrupted Standish dryly.
No burglar ever brags of his exploits; the poacher always boasts, and always receives applause.
"I—I reckon we'll call it Providence, all the same," said the poacher.
Hence his giving support to the pretensions of the poacher—not all unselfish.
The poacher was bought in his shell—for £3—did I not name that price?