The leap is surprising, and seems to omit not redundant information, but instead a very key moment in the relationship between these two men.
Ramsay and Charles Tansley walk through town and notice details about what they see all around them. This type of ellipsis is usually used where the words omitted would be redundant. Toner traces in scholarly, and often witty, detail the backstory of a contentious punctuation mark.
So keep using them, if you wish, but do so consciously. Scott Fitzgerald. For image use please see separate credits above. Then get those shoes off your feet! Contrary to The Oxford Style Guide, the University of Oxford Style Guide demands an ellipsis not to be surrounded by spaces, except when it stands for a pause; then, a space has to be set after the ellipsis but not before.
Both characters are essential to the plot, but they are not always both on stage. Example for both cases, using German style: The first el…is stands for omitted letters, the second … for an omitted word.
However, variations in the number of dots exist.