This refers us back to the distinction between appearance and reality, as missionaries, chiefs, officials and stockkeepers
construed this line based on different (sometimes unreliable or superficial) criteria.
The sources said that a 180litre drum of spirit is being sold at Rs22,000 in the black market against the market price of Rs14,000, as there is not check and balance on the stockkeepers
and licenceholders, who sell the stuff in the black market with impunity.
Almost all their victims were unarmed settlers, stockkeepers
and their families in isolated locations.
So long as good, pure water is essential to animal health, and stockkeepers
have, like other men, a love of ease -- and need more time for the acquisition of knowledge -- so long will there be a demand for convenient well-machinery -- self-acting, too, so that the thirsty cows and asses may help themselves, while the master, quietly resting in the shade, or toasting his feet by the cheerful winter fire, is left to speculate on future successes, or learn, in agricultural papers, how to avoid the errors of the past.
The result: cuts in personnel requirements in the stockroom by 14 full-time and 10 part-time stockkeepers