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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 1 January 1898

q t w k I WASHINGTON T SENTINEL T TvorL 5 I I I Irnr1 vorL rnr1 XXV WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY JANUARY 1 L 1898 n NO28 Wiasblnoton flfl9bIIOtOflrublished n Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelI I Published and Editeo by byLOUIS byLOUiS 4 LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEIPPEARt SCJlAlJEPPEARt SCJIAIELPPEARI IPPEARt EV8RY KVBRVSATURDAV KVBRVSATURDAVlERMS SATURDAY SATURDAYtERMS SAtURDAYp tERMS tERMSyear lERMSOO p le sent sen by byRATES byall byIs OO per year ear for single 5n copy all au to subscribers payable in in advance advanceaATES advanceAtTXS Is RATES AtTXS OP ADVBB riSING riSINGjirst 1ISINOIrst risnrnrst jirst Irst rst insertion oneinchfisojsecond oneinchfisojseconds oneinch 150jSecond 150jSeconds I5o second seconds s < rtion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsa deuuctionslule deductions deductionsade a lule le for annual advertisements Special Specialotices Specialotices Specialotices otices 35 cents a line lineAdvertisements tineAd lineAthertisements Advertisements Ad ertisements t...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 1 January 1898

r a J r > J tiE SENTINEL SENTINELSHINGTON 7 7J 1 1SHINGTON SHINGTON D C JAN i 1898 t898r 1898An t8g8An aryrcw nan nanAn r r An Income Tax Tazhe Taxhe Taxhe he proposition of Representa RepresentaPGe Representae PGe e Shuford o of North Carolina to toimend to1mend toemend emend the Constitution of the thenited thenited theaired nited State so as to authorize authorizei authorizelevying authorizelevying i levying of an income tax by byingress byngress byogress ingress is worthy of attention attentionIt It is entitled to the dispassionate dispassionatepsideration dispassionateideraton dispassionatesideration psideration ideraton alike of those whopost who whopose whopose pose and of those who favor thea the theEi thea a of the income tax It t is cer cerly cerly cerly Ei ly an improvement improvementonthe on the reck reckand tecks s and mistaken proposition to toJbk tothe tothe Jbk the Supreme Court so thats that thatis I is s hereafter constituted it may mayverse mayverse mayverse v...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 1 January 1898

iV IKZ T A Jt c rJi H = J r SHlmrfng SlIbtt HflIJt rtn rttig < fI i oCPortlautl Merchant Merchantla 1icrjhftnli IcrCJbant8In la the Old Days DaysBonforls DaysBOtiforls i Bonforls Wine and Spirit ftirit Circular CircularFor CircularFor CircularFor For some unexplained uncxplain d rea reajon reajonthe reaio reaiothe oi oithe the evasion of the United State Statecustoms Statescustoms Statecustoms customs laws does not seem t tmany to tomany tmany < many men a criminal act met metotherwise menotherwise meotherwise otherwise of ofthe the strictest probity probityThis probityThis probityThis This was shown by a story o owhisky 01 01whisky c cwhiskyseizure whiskyseizure whisky seizure of ofwlifch whfch the nar narrator narrator narrator ¬ rator was the victim being laugh laughingly laughinglv laughingly ¬ ingly told by a well known Front Fronlstreet Frontstreet Franstreet street business man manIt manIt manlIt lIt It was in the early days ol olJuneau of ofJuneau a aJuneau Juneau said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 1 January 1898

iJ iirii L N SENTINEL SENTINELtaln tarn JUdd the Pirate Piratedds Ptratedds dds antecedents not much muchn n except that he was a and arid nd brave seaman In 1697 1697roceeded 2697roceeded roceeded to En England land in inget in inget get a ship and the necesmission neces necesmission mission Various difficul difficulraised difPiculraised raised by the Admiralty Admiraltylldmont Admiraltylkmont lldmont got over these by byading byading ading some of his friends to tocribe tocribe cribe the money required to toa toa a ship and collect a crew crewnhe crewf nhe f the leading men in Eng Engok Engok ok shares in the venture venturengst venturengst ngst them was Somers the theigh theigh igh Chancellor Two corn corns s were obtained for Kdd Kddordinarv Kddordinary ordinary letters lettersol of marque marqueenemies marqueenemies enemies ShiPS there being beingrbetween beingrbetween rbetween France and Eng Engd d the otheran unusual unusu11commission unusualcommission commission to which whi...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 January 1898

y J I 1 < I WA SH ITl ITlI I NG TON SE N TIN T L LVOL 4 VOL yq XXV xv WASHINGTON T CITY CITYD D 0 SATURDAY ATURDA y JANUARY 8 1898 NO 4 4L L I iitjjbl pasblnoton II ebtLiOtofl I to 11 Sentinel SentinelPublished 5el1thlcbUshed 5entLiiciubflshed Published bUshed and Editen by byLOUIS byr byt byl r l r > LOUIS Lit U 1M HCH MOIIA1E MOIIA1Ev A1E A1ETERMS AnEJ J v r toP lPPLR PJr JU BVJrRVI4ATUaDAIt BVJrRVI4ATUaDAItrERMS BVJrRVI4ATUaDAItt t i TERMS TERMS3o6 rERMSo al 3o6 o per year for single copy sent by byail byAd by1LI ail tosubscrlbers to subscribers payable pavablein in advance advanceKATES IldvanceTES advanceILATES KATES TES OP ADVBB ADVU flSINO flSINOafjrst tISINOWlrst rismairstlnsertlon afjrst irstlnsertlon Insertion one orieinch inch 150 1 50i second secondertion seconderUon secondrertoU ertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deauctionsade deductions deductionsade ade for annual advertisements Special SpecialKttlces Speciala Specialat1ces a Kttlces Uces 35 cents a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 January 1898

I IT jll1 IE HE SENTINEL SENTINELSHINGTON ENTINEL ENTINEL18gS SHINGTON HINGTONDC D C JAN 8 1898 18gSI 18gSOonarcasman x893CongrCsBmfl I ICongressman I Congressman Klocbcrc Klocbcrcexas Uoebcrlexa Ueebcrgexas exa exas is quite indignant indl nant that thatsome thatsome thatsome some blunder the New York Yorkurnal YorkIrttt Yorkrna urnal Irttt should have classed him himth himth himth th those Congressmen who will willte wille te e lor the Lodge Lod c McCall New NewUpland NewDflanJ Newaglan1 Upland DflanJ antiimmigration Know KnowNothing Knowothing Knowothing othing Rroublican bill He has hasequested hasequested hasequested equested us t tb state that he is isutterly istterly istterly tterly opposed to Jtsy yuch such uch bill as asre ase ase re e have enough legislation to keep keepbut keepout keepout out but bad badimmlaration immicratton Duuh Du4rhe Du4rhelast the thelast he helast last Congress he had voted every everytime everytime everytime time against the Lodge Lod e bill and a...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 January 1898

iii iiiJ J r7 to toI i I f r i Fair I Ia10 Ia10Considerable e1o e1oConsderab1e lo loConsiderable Considerable attention has sa sathe says saysthe 5a3 5a3the the Scotsman been attracted attractedFair to toFtlir I IFair Fair Isle for the last two montl montlon months monthson mont1on on account 01 the deplorable lo loof loss lossonile Iooflife of onile lile which occurred there in in Se Setcmber Sep September Seitember tember and contributions hai haipoured ba bapoured have havepoured poured in from all quarters ot tl tlkingdom the thekingdom tlikingdom kingdom to make provisions ii iithose for fortbos Ic Icthos those tbos whose breadwinners ha haIbeen have haveDeen habeen > been so suddenly taken away awaymay awaymay It Itmay may be interesting now to glanr glanrat glance glanceat glancat at the historv of this island for tl tllast the thelast thlast last half century Fitty years ag agFair agD agDFair agFair Fair Isle was probably the mo moprimitive most mostprimitive moprimitive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 January 1898

C 1 T JL us1 JULJL JULJLXho u SENTINEL SENTINELTho NPIN1L NPIN1LTho Tho Xreerratloa 01 ol the Bearer In InNorway InNorwaJ InNorway Norway Norwayf NorwaJR NorwayR f R LydekJker Iyd tk Mer B A If Cantab t F R Ji S Sin Sin S SP in Jilowedie1I Jilowedie1Iad XKauktf e ead 1 Had ad not the use se of its hair in inmanufacture inmanufacture manufacture of hats been beenerseded b beenerseded en enerseded erseded by that of silk there thereittle th therek = re reittle k ittle doubt that the beaver both boththe boththe bothi i the Old World and in America Americauld Amerj Americauld a auld + uld by this time been numberedsong numbered numberednong numbe ed ednong nong extinct animals As itis itise it is ise ise e creature has but a hard timd of ofat ofat 1 at the best for although there them is islonger islonier + 1 > longer a demand for its hair by byic byc byIC IC ic c hat manufacturer yet beaver beaverir ir r r is an article highly valued by py1e b byic v vto ic furrier and andequally eq...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 January 1898

T 11 1 1V WASHINGTON CITY D C 1 SATURDAY JANUARY 15 15i898 1898 NO NO 30 VOL V VOL L XXV 0 cirtnsblngton TKliasblnoton Sentinel SentinelPublishcdjand SentInelpublisbediand cntlneI cntlneIPubllshedflfld d Publishcdjand Editea by byKOUIS byI byLOUIS I LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADEAPFKARS s SC1LADELI nADE nADE1pr I APFKARS 1pr kPpXAR8EVXRVSATURAT kPpXAR8EVXRVSATURATTERMS Alls KVXRV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYr r f LI TERMS TERMSOo sent by byuiall b buaH byulall for single copy Oo year 1300 300 per uiall to subscribers payable In u advance advanceAATKS adva advanceLATES ce ceATKB AATKS ATKB OF O AJJVBBrisma AJJVBBrismairst ADVUiltIBINO ADVUiltIBINOJlirst MvBE rISING rISINGitst Jlirst irst Insertion one inch inchIso isosecond isosecondftrtion zosecondjertion second secondution ftrtion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deauetionsadefor deductionsade ade adefor for annual annualadvertisem advertisements nts Special Specials a > tlces 25 cents a line lineAdkcrtlsements lineAdertiseme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 January 1898

J ilm m mf I ta f 1HE T1E SENTINEL SENPIN1LWASHINGTON SENTINELWASHINGTON ENlINEL ENlINELr ENlINELWASHINGTON r WASHINGTON D C JAN xs 1898 1898Hen IBgSenatJr 1898Heiint Hen Heiint enatJr o tor r Cafferr Cafferrof Oafferyof OalTorYof of Louisiana spoke against New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland England KnowNothingistn last lastThursday lastThursday lastThursday Thursday Thanks to him Good Goodprospects Goodprospects Goodprospects prospects for Democrats DemocratsIlanna DemocratsI DemocratsIlanna m I Ilanna Ilannatelegraphs nan Ilannatelegraphs na natelegraphs telegraphs McKinley that his elec election clection dcc dcction ¬ tion saved God and the Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬ can party partyThis partyThis partyThis This is blasphemous for God Godi Godhad Godhad i had certainly nothing to do with withthe withthe withthe the boodle victory of Hanna HannaTbc HannaThe HannaThe The Sunday Observance Bill BUIfor DIUfor Billfor for the District now before Con Congress Congress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 January 1898

2 1IA lJ nw 1 p pr pA r = A 4 Battle vrlth ttb the Hjmnnarnn HjmnnarnnAbout HrntADdrnlllAbout UjmzindrLeAbout About seven oclock ocl ck we reached reachedan an especially likely looking 100 infZ spot a aravine aravine aravine ravine between gigantic iantic boulders bouldersthickly bouldersthickly bouldersthickly thickly covered with viLI waving grass grassas grassas grassas as high as a man a lovely place placefor placefor placefor for snakes to hide in in during the theheat the11cat theheat heat oi the day Here we decided decidedto to make a start That there were wereplenty wereplenty wereplenty plenty of them about althoughas althoughasyet yet we had seen none was soon soonproved soonproved soonprovcd proved by one ot the Goorkhaswho Goorkhas Goorkhaswho Goorkhaswho who threw a stone at the trunk oi oia 01a 0 0a a large fig tree close by The crash crashoi crashof crashof of the stone had hardly reached reachedour reachedour reachedour our cars car when rnstantly a black blackand b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 January 1898

o JL JIiL SENTINEL SENTINELOrlln Origin of the 1ork 1orkdine 1orkrx Forkr rx r dine with forks that have h e but two tworoajr1 tworonp tworoaaa ronp roajr1 SwiftThere swiftThere Swift SwiftThere There can be bebut but little doubt that thathe thathe thati 4r i he table fork owes its origin to the thepitchfork thepitchfork pitchfork yet it required 1500 1500years 1500years x5ooyears years and perhaps twice that time timeto timeto timeto to evolve the idea Forks are of ofmodern ofmodern modern modern invention when comparedi compared comparedwith 4 i with with spoons The Irishman who whodefined whoJefined whodefined defined a fork as ucl a < x split spoon spoonhad spoonhad spoonhad ° had a true idea of its origin ori in as the theearliest theearhest theearliest earliest ones had only two prongs prongsI prongsTbe i I The first mediaeval mention of offorks ofCorks offorks forks is at the marriage of a Byzantine Byzan Byzantine Bvzantine ¬ tine maiden to the Doge ot Venice Venicein Ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 22 January 1898

Tf OH i o I q i iT T 0 I T i 1 WASHINGTON 1 1 SENTINEL SENTINELVOL If IfXXV u i i VOL XXV WASHINGTON W CITY D C SATURDAY JANUARY 22 221 1898 NO > TKHa0bin0ton fla1tflOtO1tPublished Sentinel SentinelPublished enttneltPublisbed Published and Editeo by byLOUIS byLOUIS byJiOUIS LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADEAPPEARS SCHADEtPPEAR5 SCIIADEJPPEARS APPEARS KVHRY KV8RYSATURD KV8RYSATURDIERMS VflY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYrERMS TERMS rERMSj 1300 360 j o per year ear for single copy copysent sentby sentbyRATES sent by byulaH 9 naIl to subscribers payable In advance advanceArES advanceRATES RATES ArES OF 01 ADVBR ADVERtISING ADVERtISINGirst ADVERfISINOzirst flSlNO flSlNOfertion zirst irst Insertion oneincb r50i ro second secondFertlon secondertIon fertion 75 cents Li Liade Liberal deductionS deuuctlonsade deductionSade ade for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialDtlces Specialatices notices 25 cents a line lineAdvertisements JlneAdertisements lineAdtertisements Advertisements to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 22 January 1898

r 7 w HE SENTINEL SENTINELSHINGTON SHINGTON D c JAN 22 1898 1898L 1898Senator 898 t L I Senator Oullom OullomIllinois Illinois was paired with Sena Senar r Gray of Delaware for the thedge dge Immi Immigration ration bill billThe n The Furor Teutonteus Teutonteusainst ainst the Lodge bill turned out outbe outbe be rather watery and of no noct = ct whatever on the Republi Republins ms ns We hope it will show itsell itsellj itsellgreater j greater advantage at the com g elections electionsTho h The NewarK 1 role PrC8e PrC8ees oeswrongtoSenatorSrnith es wron to Senator Smith The Theter tter ter was paired with Senator Gear GeuIowa Iowa who would have voted for fore e Immigration bill Senator SenatormUh mUh was all right on that occa occaion ion but the Republican Senator Senatorom rom om New Jersey Sewell was all allrong rong Senator Whtte Vhlte VhltefCalifornia fCalifornia hasjustbeen selected selectedChairman S Chairman of the Democratic Democraticon congressional on ressional Committ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 22 January 1898

T L f f t = This Loves or Goethe GoothoEmma GoetheEmma Emma HunitIJon Nason ill illII 11th 11thI II I Cosmn Cosnnolilan CosnnolilanIt olilatl olilatlIt It is sad to record the fact that thatthe thatthe the greatest 01 the German poets poetsloved poetsloved loved most unworthily of them all allBy allBy By that we do not mean that the thewomen thewomen women who were the objects of ofhis ofhis his his affection were unworthy of his hislove hislove love but that Goethe was ras incap incapable incapable able of loving as they deserved deservedTo deservedTo To us Goethe seems to have pos possessed possessed sessed a dual nature He was wasfrom wasfrom from early youth conscious 01 his hisown hisown own power Yet it was not to his hissensuous hissensuous sensuous nature that women like likeFrederica likeFrederica Frederica Brion Charlotte Buff BuffLili BuffLiii Lili Schoenemann and Charlotte Charlottevon Charlottevon von Stein appealed It was to the thepure thepure pure joy ofloving and to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 22 January 1898

i t r Ltj Ltjt t T A A jw jwDr SENTINEL SENTINELDr Dr Svcn Iledins Adventures AdventuresDr HdvonturosDr dvcnturC8Dr Dr Sven Heden the Swedish Swedishexplorer Swedishexplorer Swedishexplorer explorer relates his adventures in inMcClures incCltlrts inMcClures McClures cCltlrts Magazine The scene sceneof steneoi seneof of the events narrated is in Central CentralAsia CentralAsia CentralAsia Asia in the Takla Makan Ma can Desert DesertI I started from Kashgar on Feb February February February ¬ ruary 17 1895 with four Turkish Turkishservants Turkishservants Turkishservants servants and eight fine camels I Iwanted Iwanted Iwanted wanted to cross from rom the Yarkand YarkandDarya YarkandDarya YarkandDarya Darya River to the Khbtan Kh tan Darya DaryaRiver DaryaRiver DaryaRiver River over the Takla Makan Des Desert Desert Desert ¬ ert I wanted to explore this des desert desert desert ¬ ert which nobody had ever doneThere done doneThere doneThere There were many legends anent it itamong itam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 29 January 1898

J ii yw 1 i E EL u L 1 1q a U i = 1 T 0 T q WASHINGTON 1 1 1 1LXXV SENTINEI u L I1I LXXV XXV XV WASHINGTON W CITY D C SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1898 NO32 NO NO32 32 1l1tl Itnlt 1 Sentinel SentinelPublished Scntmelt citiiic Published t > and Edited Ec lteJ hy hyLOUIS hyf byhoists LOUIS f 0 U I S SC1I S SCJJA1 II A AD ADIPBAR 1 > K KftppBARt ftppBARt IPBAR BVKRV BVJtRVSATUIiDAY BVJtRVSATUIiDAYtERMS VUV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSJjooper > 1100 Jjooper 300 per year for single ingle copy c py sent by byail byall byF byati ail to subscribers payable pnyablein in ID advance advanceHATES advancejATES advanceAU5 F HATES AU5 OP ADVBH risinG flSINQfirst rlSINOllrst risinGirstnsertiononeinch1i I Itrtlon first irstnsertiononeinch1i Insertion one inch i 50 osecond second secondtrtion trtion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deductionR deductionRade deductionsale ade for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices Specialtlces notices 3tlce tlces 25 cents a line lineAd lineAe A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 29 January 1898

F lHE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON I WASHINGTON D C CIJAN JAN 29 18g8 18g8j 18g8The 1898I j I The Germao Aoclatlon or Ion Penn 11 11IYanla IYanla one of the oldest associations in inthe in inthe inthe the country having been founded foundedin in 1 1764 764 twelve years before the theDeclaration theDeclaration theDeclaration Declaration of Independence has hassent hasBent has8ent sent a very sharp protest against againstthe againstthe againstthe the Lodge Immigration bill to toCongress toConEres toCongress Congress The association pos possesses possesses possesses ¬ sesses over a thousand members membersand membersand membersand and has a great political and social socialinfluence socialin socialinhluenie influence in ueme in Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaHow PennsylvamaHow PennsylvaniaHow How many Republican Con Congressmen Congressmen Congressmen ¬ gressmen who have voted for that thatKnowNothing tbatKnowNothing thatKnowNothing KnowNothing bill will Philadel Philadelphia Philadelhiareele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 29 January 1898

k 1nrBtan Arohoeologr ArohoeologrLondon AlcluxologyL London L omon ontou Echo EchoThe E EchoThe lo loThe The origin ori in of the art and archi archilecture architecture architecture tecture of the ancient Persian Em Empire Empire Empire ¬ pire has Iia always presented a prob problem problem prob1cm ¬ lem of great interest but at the thesame thesame thesame same time of considerable difficulty difficultyto to Orientalists Two features were wereespecially wereespecially wereespecially especially difficult of explanation explanationand and upoi upo these no light appeared appearedto apeared apearedto to be forthcoming Ever since the thedays thedays thedays days when Niebuhr and Kerr Por Porter Porter Porter ¬ ter first made known to Western Westernarchaeologists Westernarch Westernarchzcologists archaeologists arch ologists the wonders ot the thepalaces thepalaces thepalaces palaces 01 the Achsemenian Ach menian kings kingaat at Persepolis students have pon pondered pondered pondered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 29 January 1898

i uJti SENTINEL SENTINELQneor Queer SportBadminton Sport SportBadminton SportBadminton Badminton Magazine MagazineThe MagazineThe ala = ine ineThe The naturalist will ride along alongquietly alongquietly alongquietly quietly over the South African Africanhill Alricanhill Africanhill hill or through the South African Africanvalleys Africanvaneys Africanvalleys valleys his thoughts far away awaywitli awaywith awayviti with people like Linnreus Linn Linna us ButTon BufTonand ButTonand Buflonand and Humboldt when plump goes goeshis goeshis goeshis his horses foreleg into an ertvark ertvarkhole ertvarkhole ertvarkhole hole and the naturalist is sent sentsprawling sentsprawling sentsprawling sprawling into the mud mudIt mudlIt mudIt It is a lovely night ni ht The sky is iscloudless iscloudless iscloudless cloudless the moon nearly full fullmyriads fullmyriads fullmyriads myriads of frogs crickets and andother andother andother other insects are calling singing singingand singingand singin...

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