His tobacco pouch, which he laid upon the table, was a fantastic embroidered silk affair, evidently the handiwork of a woman.
"Did they embroider slippers and tobacco pouches and hat-bands and things for you?" asked Edna.
He kept one hand, in which he clasped his tobacco pouch
, inside the bosom of his dressing gown and held the stem of his pipe firmly with the other.
"Not yet," said the General, filling his pipe from the King's private tobacco pouch
'm, is shoes, slippers, cap, towel, hair-brush, an' tobacco pouch
. What'll it be?
By the way, what do you make of that tobacco pouch
, found on the scene of the crime.
He turned to the summer-house window, and took up a pipe and tobacco pouch
, left on the ledge.
To complete his costume, a floppy felt hat, distinctly Rembrandtish in effect, perched half on his head and mostly over one ear; a sixpenny, white cotton undershirt covered his torso; and from a belt about his middle dangled a tobacco pouch
, a sheath-knife, filled clips of cartridges, and a huge automatic pistol in a leather holster.
"Then he groped in his shirt and brought out what I thought was a Boer tobacco pouch
made of the skin of the Swart-vet-pens or sable antelope.
He divided them into several portions, wrapping them in oil paper, disposing of one bunch in his empty tobacco pouch
, of another bunch in the inside band of his battered hat, of a third bunch under his shirt on the chest.
I thought this was going rather too far, even to the borders of vulgarity; but Mills remained untroubled and only reached for his tobacco pouch
The little heap of the parson's possessions which he left on the table consisted chiefly of papers, over and above a pipe and a tobacco pouch
and some Roman and Saxon coins.