Then came the grand finish —the closing of this sluiceway through the dam.
"He must, because he ain't in the sluiceway," remarked the tall boy.
Booms were strung, forming a funnel of which the sluiceway was the outlet.
A pond, with a sluiceway which, when opened, gives on the ravine.
The plank over that sluiceway makes a lot of racket, and the scoundrel may hear us and slip away.
The men hastily withdrew, first taking the precaution to remove the plank that covered the sluiceway.
Cottrell chose a spot overlooking the packed logs and the sliding water of the sluiceway.
One of the younger men rode the last log through the sluiceway, standing upright as it darted down the chute into the eddy below.
Entrance was made at last through the sluiceway, or open sewer, draining out under the city walls.
A tear found a wrinkle in Unc Simmys lined face for a sluiceway; but the darkey was still smiling.