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Pitch and toss, or, The Kurile intelligencer : on the northern Pacific Ocean January 20, 1894 [unknown] 1894

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1. Prologti|||
2. Leac
3. m&d -KUj^mM^ The - JHp
4. Story wflh fiP^PK
5. Hard H»; Ni|§2.  iKh^^g&el.'*)
6. Ge§era|^telligen»
7. Hard HU&o.1«*mM^S
8. T3£jjj|\ truthful handbookf|r the   G.P.B. ac$$§
fp. Hard Hit lift;
10. Fallacies.
11. Hard Hit No. 5.|M|he Ijjiobdjfeotter with the |||§j
ft  Lesson in ^a111111^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™
13.   Hard Hit n||6. .SK^^^BTOmW^0!^1^6^
||j|  Novellett|^^|ie way of a if^id Jpth a man.
Prolttsor^M
>etry.
17. Ea^H^o. 8^&he PurserS
18. Hard Hii^^fe.'   C^fbe 3rd Ofli^|f
19. A baboo lette^§o the Edit^iS
||p.   Odds dpd ends.
j§| Hard Hit N
4. ^.dvertise^ient
St   Hai^JHit 2S^
26§Advertisemen^
QTftaa^Hit
mt   Bdddles.
29;--Sfete>rts and Pastimes.
SI PoetryT^^^^B
30.  List of Passengers. •    a'-Y-T-   jf§
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H^^^^M^M[ih^Mfi\ that   namft being    considered   most
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Iffilllll IbIIIpsS!wililHildePen(ieE4ia everysense
^^^^^^^^^^^m^ itseIf ^^I^^Waiid §1stead"
illlWiWWlBir  ri^ss onlyMjone   set   ofllpnions.     It will   be
always '^jjS0^io   consider  aft'   questions   from   every;i^Sftp;.. of
^^Hll^Biwfl^B i.     Bill 11 •        H       a
IBpiiiPI r^Mgpquire d^110" space
i^i||i$M account abandon its duty,
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but l||MWersefce l|^pp||||^rsMM||^^he ;M^^is   attained.
W^^SW^K^^&&M^^^9^^^0Tds   offf the
|p|pitcj|ijrtffiffl^M; an|| (§& ad^nce  civilisation   will   be Y^ptfobject.
p^^^Bipiany able   writers
RSfS^^^ accorded;Mo  what
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!miUiffi«: II
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Stitjji ge -ShdfiKflP
responds   ww||J^pi||ighe
the French army.    M$m-
he  xnitfht  pose  aftMarsl
mm- 'mam wHl mm.       si
though he is an Engliwimari|«ndH» ># water fish.
He  is  tea  feeBj^™    »»!««
shoulder toSlder $|H|
His  maritime bonnet J^^^^
revealing   as  it
it; "Bandiera *i|chia ono*M
older the mHhmHnHHH|
Hv fellow 4r eve#od«i«P WKH^mm
jolly teliow™ .||HHrJ WmWmmmmWmWm)^
he is ready totwea^^^^S^^^^^^^^^H
cri#te.^^»««Pce ,
,   i mi4^BCheti^^^KII! IWPliK
Ration* E™;vTa     \ .   ■       m
^Smdmiral of thifflp§; and ||§
,  ;   ■
mm-    Wmmmw
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tM^'the
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iaj^vffiR"-- -■-■"'' 'T RE'RE
[a T.;:-Y'JasSE TY:SY:E
sndlii&TORY WIT|| A MOBAL.
it -rViV.iyi'ii.'.-.Vi'fVr-:
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I   -     ■ v-v-cxV'^fe'^SS^    -- ■ :.     -r       m    .a*
Witt ai|pS^^^^y^Dutchmen," as all foreigners are iudis-
ciiM^telyi^y^KMll|e lamguage of the fpecastlc||had. been paid
ofi\™^fe ^^®|IP5ii,^^ffl|^^^^r* E*ocks anitf, while spending their
IllllPj^^
ESST
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^^^^^^^^^«. spare cash ia a silver watch!
fWifcWSiwan spentSi^^^pi^les for x'mlffi&ffi
fl«alpai^fflSd c$»ued good friends till one bitterly dtp
|l^|ffliff |ffl^^^|&hepl^p0,  who was going on watch, iH
§1 ^m|^|Dmmg off, |^i|MM|'.he migffipre^tne onpheir fvm^M
^^^^^^^m   m  ^^^^^^^^^^^W   111    WmW$Lw8i
ljj§p  ,f||p^^ pea jacket^^^^^
J™^jpfras- ^w^ffiOTWg§p||M^| watch T-
^'■a-.a ■-■•'■'.: ■--', a ■..■">'■■, a--';.;.;-r-   - ■. - --_  ■•■ ..a'■?:■:-.. - a -.,_■--• -. . .a -' >-', .tya -■ '" :/;>. E:
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|§1  IS
The Colonel oe
the v Empress oe India "s
Chair Riders.
iw f^n* tea[r& the Empress ^r hmm -
IIS
Di^'peri^blll^^i ve
Rea
MEai—a£ifii!
JS ft,
11
111  the good ship Empress of India would travel much more rapidly then
she does at present.
HARlfclT NoH
He is the tallest of the passe|gers anlfhas the longest over-
coat, winch he has. only once worn, as he is the proud owner of
afancy mackintosh, a family relic left to his ancestors Centuries ago.
Hel|^ever tired of walking and||is gradually wearing *way
the J^feade deek.      ', '§1
He feelscas safe on the^tea, as on dry land; a feeling due to
his special patent It^shoeS) which he calls the tw||||Em presses.
He is our silent member and seldom speaks, bu||fike the parrot
he thinks  a great  deal.     Lately  he has become^omewha&nore
lively   and was j|ie  promotor  of aa|ame,  wbiAmany  ea^»ill
remember flwing  to||he  delicate  taps  of pe MaMiall  w|^|^
Maritime bonnef§i§
THE TBUTHFUIi MND-BOOK.
OE
The C. P. B. across the Pacific."
By a Chronic Gmniblftg ••      |lp|
Oh'ye   gods  marklheford!  ^harming  voyage   ^1 of
■HMHfli MM MHH
or uighO  such a delightful ^W0kr^^'3mm
audw„   quite trooical  in  fect-Omade ^h a conaa,,   .>-x|
an^^' 4       • a, T . a: . A jgm iCe—ycAmous^he,-m
HIW I P°rtS HI . i    > Mcklj «te»
you had oueO* the _-jgHHpR ^   af«rhaPs
"Sm^ It the., for you could
it would be better to make no itu-«*
not feel thern-|| mean your ^^^Ka
t *
4rmbm?mmm$ m
EW
w$.
-ti
^F^te
Again the lovely   peaeettil   nights  «:^^K1,emariL"~'
side to sfle o^better^till  aiternate^»langng   yourself tiH^jm
head or||eels  wasj|so  conducive ;^^Blnng  one  to  sleep—cj^ite
apart from 4lulla^of ;^H|^ as||||Mf§ thrown with'^ear^
ness down ir<|| pipes every three |pps—and the||as dawn broke,
how really chee^|l^^S|s  to  find  this  benevolent   company had
provided yet one mor^l^iputive to sleep—the steam was violently
ejected through pi||s too small for it—the  sounds  resu||ng   gave
one pleasure bordering upon ;||n. e<lp|§§ty—Then still impressedj^^^
the advantages of this much extolledwute—ad^ntages^^^^|^p||
themselves in the pallor of one s.'^^iks—Yon creep on deck—Oh
yes!    YourillSoveinents   are   fast  getting   aesthetic!   A   Glorious
specimen  of ''.Neptune's sons greets you—whilst both Mou and he
frantically clutch at allf&round yonaftwith thelffords "jSTow.    How
does thi||weather suit you ? GrandJ&sn^pit? WTo this you feebly
gasp||No doub||||would be grand|gf she didnproll so"—
"Roll s0||" shouts he|Jif{ YouiSan never satisfy passengers"
What a mistake he made—-Satisfied indeed! was one ri&t very
far ni$|e th^^^^fie^g
||||is was the 1 good^^aiher promised by the hand book|||
|^fcmorrcW was ft26-W^^'-—Standing ^npo^^e—wind—1^
^^Tsnow-^t, i^^^^^fi|tch M& to%~eae^^^ore^
|pjr-eaeh day wors^j Wm
Now how tnpiful ^^^^^jidMod^i
IgM* this not varl^^fcg^^piea meals! Can you understand
it being easie#to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M neighbour
lJsm i
■-
TTirr.
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mum a
•than that 3p$& placed somew h ere ri ear yau|^^ ?
the presence of a high etaeli curate., Remove his cap andre^^^^^
his bold pate and behold the business kam "   He is rather a masher,       ■        _ - ^
re ^gi|^pm.     He
-ret- .     , .•;%!)
lwL!
iMKounce
Mi^HP^^ that his whole  G-lad-
- -4f iu;);y.: a||.  ^ij^ip Ill
ii
ii
;o^aa;V
Hflfl
,-Kf ■ hear the Captain and <fH|j" ■ Wfr'    .
■"^MM™* """^iMlF t * l
^^^»nd^^P «achj|;her|aimed^^^«Y.   •  ;-M       e||;
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' -^ ;^^^^^^BSlh ^W^^novels ^^^^^^I^^^S
^^^^^^^^^^^^t s|| 'wants ^^^^^0^"^
^^W^^pnot uponfjjbe SfP"*1 staff ^i^^tc^^PimK,
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a- a.--. . ,- • .--a asaYS'TR'/pR-TT
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globe trorter, well knpwn in
Continental—He  plajfisjjphe pian^knd smokers
He knpws^p- great deal alpu^|prnaisir^u^
positively the best brand of cigars to be g|| at Madras. He is fond
of reading, and the CPR library has been rea||^^Sim already
twice.||fie umpires at||ricket, but not well, being||0o imparti^
He has a special|Mection j&r a whi$|| ha§|whiBh he n||p|
removes.   His friends like him, and we wish him nfcharm.
A LESSON** GRAMMAR.
■
The sentence. | He kissed me | passed by Jfihigh schoolf||§|||
He is a pronoun, third person, singulallnumber, masoi^^ gejgfcer,
a gentleman pretty ifftell fixed, uni\^sall^^^isidered |||;oo<||^tcJ|j
Kissed is a^fcrb-trans^^ toi^much;^^^pegulaiS^^p
night ;^p|ft|^ mood, ifj^^^^^.g aifeet«|| ; firsSnd^^^^
pers^i^Kplural nurn^&r and|poverned^^w>dre^paistances;.-
Me—(S|?ftVery-body||knows me.
IrhA HARD HIT NO. 6.
I
Mr. B. THE COSMOPOLITE.
|jj|uiet by nature, ||s character does not show his nationality.
This may be due to his having, been born between Germany and
France, .^Mhowever he says that ij|ever Germany goes to war with
France, && will become cosmopolitan.
He is ap^ays genial, a model of politeness, an|jps ever ready
ppstand a cochtailjBo any;||f his fellow inhabitants of the " Empress
of Indlpp
|^Bitab|ev helloes not speak very much,  to  passengeri|||p|-to
waiters. al^|withstanding  hisiftlenee, the China-boy quite understands hejtias to bring the whole blooming lot from no. 1 to number
24riM^udinJr 25 and 26 solely becau^; he does not pke tea|&nd
::«ho^olate.
H||is a|||^|cellent g^p|to Japan   knowing  everybodji|from
the Mikado to the ^mk^^coolie, and everyone likes him.
•   J.4 She w^ sI%{^^S^KiS^Ms&Hm
!'^Luj. e-:t--, .    -i,. I jig   ilmiMlw#II
lltllitH
Jf#s whichlistraM
ISitto^&ianufa c^i^j
There||iipMJ^
^^^ph^tation, i||jwas^)ateifM
m I'middle aged bachelor -likt^niystfeittp^a^ wfMa
waj|: aFg&nd -the deck ippsp|OT
lght, a. qulift eorneMwh^
in peaittSlv, alaii|lliM
aTOlll warned on by thakMeam
SwHsittre
j'tWr vv^sr?V;v*-^«s
re^i]|^pft^g||pp Vr-
- soaaaaFfea-.      aae-aR'aa:
a..~<Eavsa -E
m'--'
hi
m
^^^teSSftshe   appeal  to
llIHHHHHlli
$||Joy hw^M^^p put;v\ppgpng mpppp
Mos^Kp™^ dou^hatfeWat^K^Hxlawning  devefc>ment
^|pp^P||xperienced ot 'sWfc%$8m
J^^S^^^^i|^^^gi^|||^|[p;YSoon ||feeame  evid^t  tha|f|this was
rapidlftbeciiiiffi frivoling."
||P£ii^ had m||her Ideal |||Hl|§8
[gathered sand grew,; and.;hints /grew broader, and smiles would be
^^^^Y^^^W^^fr up fer^^^M th||when
^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^^l dead
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^^^^pW|^^fteOo7a|e:eatQe to.S» end as afttfefp|a, but
*™e eTO*Wil^W^S^W^^^M^^^S:ladiP,
^^MM^^^^^^Wiimpeiiple  as
Myear a^H|
1^S^« m^^^Wi^^fe^^^P^ on
*    ^™*^S^^; and;fcch«»;his«wi!l^     '
Wajr
moMj.
ml
lBBIWwllt'' an<l was very warmly welcomed
glf ;|| . ■;«!;;.il|ii;. . . ■.:..
m lli||-      HIT--
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w
SSiSnl
11111
h7 manJ °f ^Wld fdends amon2st the officers'   Few of them had
been  chang^||it  I  missed  the face Ajch I had ^Kbo of|§
alongside a fair Jkh   I i^^Bfe    n   1    1   \V
aiongsme a rair gniisn  one, and catching the Doctor in a con
fidential mood one evening I asked him what had become otmk
mm   IB Wk  IfMp   <M|h
friend.    | Ah! poor chap, he fled three months ago.   You reiJj|
ber that girl  he J|s so   spooifl|||ii  when yon travelled ^|||||||
Hill
last.    Well it seems he was realfflfPfmuch attached to henpK
■ , WmmmmnWr'
used to write her pagegpipon
|||id  all  kinds  of pretty thin
return   voyage after  three  mo
letter from her and he got one
ing me an envelojallilach I
eiovMM
-MSSS
inscribed as fellawlilitt
WM
R. S. Y. P.
And so Wilt IT 8W§
know" said theJuoctor, anyhow
m  he
afterwards  and ajE
thought she mig^like to have
III
Mr.
req uesp^ffi msmour
Marriage  G;Mpie|
Geljpude wi
at jfe THE* D|tUTS
six|fears  of IflxistenSffittfeondon,   mjMmm
8*
i       fill
eels|il|iM: it,#o pMtt
e tljjjpks Mat nowadays nothing
.'
suprior exists (pfeide hisf|Fadei*||^^
^peot^ver^M|-t ^^^^^^^^B^^^po betfeard I
jffoor RossiDiy®|||p||i, ||1$| MascaS^Mip inffit, even with
||:Germ#. brjm han«
W^^^^^^WW^880!! ^a^Wver^WWil^le stat^cs of .the
deathifeau|j||^^ and If^m much afraid
iflM,^^ human, race will
^^^^^g^Ml|^^p|| as^ is a wp^^ encyclopedia,  and
^«ch we can agree with him: "The
become extinct,    Is> it science? , Germany m? did still ^K§m
!$Mffl any questp|
Itllfj^ he is Mkv^l^^m^mM^olnr^^Aiammm^-,
^Kvaria^M^ghii
■"""■ifc «fn the*orld,,--Hi#ompany is
ancfflnstructive, and his goodnature is always evident.
^^J^^^^mnd il^fcWeiis JaPa#heie he li
^^^^^PPuslj#we   fouiWH; ^ofouu^ignaranmonme
subject of Japanese IpR—
Wm  Dext fl^^ *» 1 th*
gracter of coeieb»MMp of a wife-  !||e  feel   sure ll
wilftplay that role ^|p|{|jil''successfully
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IV
HI
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He has vei|Mp|PKpi^
Elf    I  SlfiiSi     lib
And is altogi|»||etite.
altd what morej||fflild you hayffilli«lfl Br'     w   ;
tt^; ptJRS|^^H'' ii:;: \lSfl
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^$: duties
no  doubi»|p Ht^^ll^^
no casfthowever di^tty interfe|WH^^ p^M8®i^^fr0Te^
ilfchtfhl murniiiMitl^^
mm
**•»>
i©ttero*™«'v
SBHHlBick sWIIHIWlip^ S(aftfl
mm^S^^^^^^^^^^mlace and g°ld|peCt
1 a;lMMIiMtaw«p||B
1PS1
ECr
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JPHJBD OFFICEE.
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,^a^esMaro; t h^l: I eoc
HBBMso the
ill
iSftlHfe'ws ev^fy spot of trnWacLM, aipEiimn  thelMffieers of
Ha-
r|||fhen on duty he|feesl|| pair  ofaj^^^g   He ^popular with
ilmMadies, hM   a   mentt   hearty   la§gh,^^pM(s  universal^ pmM
HI Jmm .■■B^Bi      w^»
Mianced to b^lfeMW^iP^e cnagg|
all
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s
(liiiHi
Si   'Mill
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HOTTER fifTH^
Hk the Jlditpft .':
talllll
xom iB5iBBti©di
llll
11a
kt forth that he is as noo,rlman in agricultural beha'vl-
gl^W'-to the ri deviJ,   that he may  nave some  per-
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wMJmimIkE '. '■-     qi -J -: \\ri-', e'EE\;(Bi VViU.Y\ 'fc'vS'        ilVfntlmil\t
VhtS'-slarse  fam^'^i^^, ■lemA ■ ■ ^om&j|
M thre  nilM
p. 3#iON.
does not  belong taffe^M
M|^:'blol^pn   his  veins  and  comes  froml|lie  countr^fehat
las
)eats creation.
JIMMI    -MMnHM^i
This is his 500th trip to JapanlpHe witBpife
Wvm « ill
S&ade the  treaty  in   1854.     He is a nice   chapMO outspoken,Bwll|
with o^|- guile,   he   well ^presents the land of Wellington. §lff|||
Slifctlwsiie has become a BenedictJmnd seems to enjoyi|ine Spuaifi"
HHNPIH   « seldom   appli^p'ul^MMB1
lemberffthe Morning Whist Clubjpvhen he|||PjM
fortune than he already possesses^&ch n^Sins a great dea^H|ffl
life wiljibe dad tolhear that'tte  areEpi^
wards him
Mill
SOETRY.
	
Hfre have |professor on board  9^1 jlffln
In whose  brain i^jfch Mnowledge\|Mp&^ed
vsfcfcl
ifATOgiffl
Btl\;one cannot resLB
|i|Rj>rightipSorts a|^Rhis|g
|^ffli||^MM|ifev gam^SM^^pilii
Sphere was aMoung:manSamedaS®&p|i
Who a||sai^|g was n^^^^ffl
|||||$|e had meals ;]^phe ^Iffl^
flpus prep||S& a ^Sfi
Ip case^l^y^Mip. find him a^HHl
Col. Berkelej|Mp|0 onboard
And we w^Mpi to len«s |1^H
I^Shese n^^i|S& night
al
a -IMhI1\'- iIf-   'W::
Woulwjjjcause anyone fright
If they knevjKhow the engineeiM||ore|l|
phHui f.MiiA\iH£k
ODDS AND ENDS.
Inspiration in tm\ Smoking Room
m God made maisffi!
WHUffi-WttJ
^H^^^Rd felt so wttmw m*i*   1
fe^v
|B pleases women||rh0ffi|^^^B
.   Their che||s are ^Wllgj^^pt Red Rose,
And yet a man will turn awaj
When told the same abouHmllplpse.
|||lasked an American gentleman
He (just  reli«Bipm:i^^»inefcl iM^aid» Not  very
MP" fill 11 r +u '"iWmmm   mm     Sll^»:, I
Well |^|wey are sWq^
Y
II
W
- '■:■■
HfMllil
too hot to sit dslawn.
WMaflm
Ay IT   Wk& oyster
■iriV«^E;-a a-^ - .R-ykw^ stents
rlm%^la¥e#sw^te3a:' th-e:;'tMe::^as ou#J
wliMifc «     if harb bit Wmm
THE HONG KONCjfcAN.
Who is he ? What, don't you kiii^ himJBi
He, the most popular man in this an®he other
WOrld^^^^^B Your name> "ft   *fcei^B  *   profession, • "Til
your debts if you have any .  .   .. your private m^^^K. are all
written in his magic book.   Yes, Sir, he is S^^M^^»ieral,
and Honorable too J.:;iSR|^,   .
Hop
He is a Scotchman, not pnglisit)§,nd s^feimes to remember Mi
he wears a real Scotch eap very rich £ii;|fclQri, which he bought at
Halifax.
His habits as a Regisra&r General areM him a second nature, so
that after a few hours of conversation he knows everything about you,
and has you registered in his mind i^not in his book !  Bill
His company is charming, and ^^l&illy when the sea does not
agree with you «||du find in him a friend who with his laughter and
cheeriness makes you fbrg^ithe pitching and;|bssing of the steamej||
He is a polyglot and speaks lite-language of Dante and of Confucius equally fluently. He is an ar^^i admirer of the Chinese, and
we believe the Chinese have a weakness for him.   They are a strange
race.
He is a good sport, plays ericket, baseball, football and mi&|e a
good fight against^he MarshaU with the Maritime Bonnet f^fche
sea cricket championship. He belongs to the Morning and Evening
Whist Clubs, and seoms to like winning,    o -,-.    . He wasaffirmerly the unluckJ|editor of the Growler. He is
married and is cflsidered specially fortunate in that respect, but he
requiregkeeping well in hand.
ADVERTISiSiENTS.
Wanted. jj§dshMg saloon free from motion; apply to Ricchiardi.
To Despose of Apair o||Iegs warranted not to tire of walking,
app|?,to Wilks ai0^:. Editor. |
Bidh^0^^k riding taught on the most improved principles,
apply " T^ Colonertem||ing room, who keeps the charot ready
night and day.     *	
Wanted. A Graphii reader apply the Captain °/0 the Editor.
To .Z^J|j|l dinner seat in the saloon : well situated with a fine
outlook apply (fltaliano 8 ^the Editor.
For Sale. ii^m^&K&^Strong handle useful as a nose rapper apply Adam and Son °/0 the Editor.
Wanted. Companion, lpj|:newlypharried lady; must speak
French fluentlj^^tddres^^pnesome ^/0 lyser.
IpiOstpn boa^t theiplpress of India, tortoise-shell comb, finder
may have tj|p|pior IfMacing it in the ladies hair. Finder please
return to Purser.
Bald heads ! •   Bald heads l-l Attention ! !
Wonderful hair J§|storer, warranted not to fail.
ilii
&mm$t-        -.. syWs-s  "Mm£ Sir ■ V SrEReRrj'    J
iSe
^ ERrEYTR
Mi
1
Rl
sSuly
m
Improvement Jjnotieed afte|§|§fcjApplication ;i|Testimonial
ceived from KoJf^lates t-^^WHHIIiimtlMi '
downstep one night loun^j^beau^i
AsS|fbr Magic hair restorerYPJi^i^fipress ofllp|||
.-■■■ ySjOlTP^
A fast young man with spC^j||^#|M^i, (
is anxious to meet ^h af|oun01ad
to reform him aofeuflM
"A reformed   rake   makes;   the^tegli^^iiM^H
1 Pitch and Toss" Office.
m
ZiAlsM
Don't all speak alfipM
y   . ;^^»1
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M
I
||^ntSd a w|p|
II
■.
ta
he
Appearance no objef I a^^^^P
-via      MPIa^BB
mm iMpo
BorniJ^lfiMjiLtish Em$|||
Is wllB^
i ■arid bland/and a -never ending flow  of good
Early;prap™iorning, l^m^M
piMliip^Konr savs^^ilpfeW^^^ loved uniform.    Hf
^^^^^^^^H^Kofessional abilitf|
PIlA^ schoo,
»i|fftfe it is said that his
llll III  Tkkai':^.;,    .ti. . ,   -   , \\    i   mm    1 1 I  ig
WI^^^i|v^PMilWlK#air to state\piat he
pliiffi co^)an^W|nd as he is still youg|&
IsplpPinld apply to Blumason
|j|ffl^ft;ies wiMffirticulars^teTwo fond couples).
mmp-g and even when he
or men r
husband in the com-
HUB SI       ill  IE   •    v u
oushpl meeting a c#mpamonv$a. ner w^| wno,
^psteot'fe) ge'f&into her husband's way.
:iiKM||^|an<^: of a first rate whist player offered
KM^I^ifiHSts a certain™-   For particulars apply
.e PuftlftMs :-. HARD HM;No.:ip[
BM^AIiIAli^B
^^m Italian fj|fomi and lp||, h||s an iip^Mi^Mlorf:j^fe more
for ridlnHp^lses than shiiss. He sayrt^lSS^ffinected with
ewspapMft\ the world.    We fett!^^^f»|^|lwp|papers, they
^M^H||Kj       .Pw^ '''^M^^^^^BM'   111
l^MWly dj&not know our frienwir as well as we d||i|pe walkg|||
llltl§    fjfl|      ;^MIk:   kl» m
^wmeefc with a swagger ffethy of a life guardman.    .    .    .
BSiS^^^B^B i n 1 111
iMte likes al fresco meals.   .   .   He saysp|t!ean AcMp^ftWP
lllfl!
llilave to take his word f0W*
iMI^ersottil^Mila
He is good liatupperso^PBfpit modern Mithridates, speak-
'ffianSages
He isW
knM^ndMnknown^S; .    . .11
^HB^^^^SI k^^W ill :.ih
HBrawVE       •"'TlvR
g|||
typicajMffiai^^ and^lpMSffifeer of a joke, full dljfun,
rel^^S^^^^^^^K'- '.|MM»< :w  lilt
an<^|ias a pair (plpp^ra||fe eyes, w|pch however |he cannot use.
Si^^i       1      is     llli!
but the Mrses threw himisso he has
m tJIII
He waslrfflfl^e m the
wMnwmrbut tb&Hmi
'!#lll
IrSen to eteiH«iS#i^iow on Ms way to Siam. to play. the. .part of
naeifier betw^l^wSwtosh and Siamese® tMcphall be sMfeio part
m
company|mth 'MM
■
BeMsl&Sl^i I
MISS^G WORDW
 It-  '/Wm
WAW   JIB   \ BL*
I
Wherej^ill my swe|pieart be ?
Will sMiren||^b^&y yearning
H^JlnMh
Surely my heart will be broken.
If another man kisses herf||^p
1   i   H   t   Iw? Wi
Then why should nt I her
Afteftlhe 'jptip. ill
Applicants shouftrand in the gangway A from 5 to 6 P.M.
The following solutions have been received :
Move   it;- ;m -    -St -   illAdolescens
Forget
Propose
Snob 'Si
Marry
Bury|||
Marry -
ill
wmM
fflflSh
MMMl
OsjffiOate  Mfflpr  "
TMi)orrect solutionis :
MK'~- 2nd0#er
^^M  Mrs. Mason
M^Sutchbury
Col. Berkeley
Mjjars. BerkeleyH
Mrs. Blnm.
Mas or*
Boor,
ack the Ripper.
mm
Tb<|| why sh^ld'nt fi^Qpher
Af^jMliMP?
■Hi
rm a' ss-
{ so \
mm&
I
IP
I
ms lEstP''.
HHvk \
s-'       ..
mm^
MB-
RIDDLE.
(2 syllables.)
My sweatheart was sdn^MHUi
I
She gave the first to m&j|g
Whether that includes the \
Remains for me to see.
If so, I'd be the happiest man
That ever on earth can be.
The poems I once wrote to her
She keeps under the first,
Because they from the second came,
Not 'cause they are well versed.
If I would read a few to^|^|ft
For laughter you would|§urst.
Sfri
Now pleas^dear reader, tell me, wh^||
Thgp7io||Yword may design ;
For thai[|t isljot far to^ek ip
You 11 easily divini^
It is an honoiil^^K-ian,
SmarU-gentle, str^|g and fine.
Solutions received :
Hand||urse   -1   ~ rII" It ~   An American
Rose hand   ^^fc^^^^^feft ^'
Mrs. Blum
,Mrs.«ason
Lockli^l
Correct solution :
ms
jsmaiHi^j
L_Jil   . mm-
The prices given for correct so|i^(|hs were :
j§|j|" sewing machine m^srs. Mason.
A po||rait^f the Queen to Mrs. Blum.
SHI
KINDLE.
What is (ipat whi§|||jre see every day ?
fiwml ll       111   ^w:-! 11
That the Quepp^arely seeif|}/
Tha|Go^B^^^ -.      k
Solutions received j
MrlMason ; l|il|
Mrs^pm;    Self. |j|   s
||^^^^^iion^ AriJ|Equal.
SPOliif- A||D PASTIME'S.
IP
Of
5
The weather duil||j|the past seven ||ys has been everythin
-■■■■;
that the most ar({(|ppm»; could desist;  Cloudless skies, bright
.;^a^*ig|l||gj^, a  gea   wii$j||jjr. a   ripple,   what   more
^shine, a
■ 1
m- wMmMw
■k     ;B»
■K-.    COuld fche do* of the weather do forasjVisaresu.lt of his ^ vour. III
the inhabitant of the Empress of IndifMf tltlarMoatinl
HP' islands inlhe Pacific   Mil II  IDBI    I       lllf    S™1
havm||ian *celIAt ^ftKfeort
111
ill
«i £*"f*»33w ***** -4-1
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m
m
with gun, cod, bat, and ball.   --:'^M|M§|P8ffl^
in the store-room, one of the most vallMMiroDirtieSiH
ft- i Sh^b^s^W^IW
and  well  worthy of a visf|   ^^M^ftbri^^^^^^^
a 0 a s   ea  , w**|||ffl
of ham, a ton of biscuil|^^
presidedfcer  a   fishing   Part|^^H^^W^K   "I^W^^i
«i*llpnlw :   Old Hal.hl nnlMMSHi HUB
excellent sports   Uld ™llbu^i^im(^
JRV
in large numbers, and |e ^Bn^^^B^^^™
the shape of a||en years oldperring, which every i^KSifla^iiiiS^P
^e oldest inhabitant of Rejpgeratadom-pfWe hope;^^p|tt!|{fBi<SHMf'
of Mr. ^win-Screw of Michtermuch^..a^d-Mr. ;T^i^hairsa^E;!^^pi
cester.    Mr.  Ttin-Screw   was In; grand  form  with,' bat- and luug-j
ather interfereMwith his fie o^wm^^me ma^m^Wmm^^il
, InHI     MmmfflmmmmWmfflmWmW
aduck both winnings  and   sl^te«enanM^r  »;Lili|^^^^|||^.v^i|i|TOi
M
especi
r
I
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§8
^5h^^r       ^&?s a-'-tljiftlttFa ai)$^
Tearhairs (^pd ijp and wo|& bM^^^W^^^^^|^B
to make himself s^SallJtHis cB|ery ffi
considering hfesize, kept every ^*pI$1m
«MT      :    V^IW       '     '^^WI^^^M
UnHiV'-a^> ai^SMs IIIft™ill-:      ae*   i
1BW|WP%     ;SB
flR
■ '      :     ^ P%ers, who would try to turn a criuket^I
:>all into a ^Wm0^n^
course preposipH^nd
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illlil
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;:   saloon pass^g^;list.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkes       f
Br. and Mrs. Cross||f   a
Mr. P.O. Patton-
Mia||&ibb8
Lieut. Cammille Ri«J|hiardi
Col. and Mrs. Berkeley
Mr. & Mrs. Stewartlloekhart     I	
Master Charles Stewart Lockhart   Dr. Riess
and Chinese Nurse
Rev. Syi»^Way
Mft|jp| Mrs. Blum
Mr. Stute^ury
Miss Marks
SHIP'S OFFICERS.
0|r\ Marshall, R.f|. R|f
Henry Pybus, R. N. R^I
E. Beetham, - :^^^^^
MM Bellers, R. ijj| -
F.ipyne-Gallw^p|   -   -
F. J. Sweeting, ifM! -
J. Jjfctamson, - ;|Mll|||
J, E. Macr^fe, - - - -
H. A. Bru|| M||>., tm -
Basil Hoeh, - - - ■ - -
T. W< Walked
Mrs, Whaler,
- Commande^l
- 1st Offi<xpg|
g| 2nd Officeipl
S'Srd Offic|||a '■■ .
^feth^&icer.
- Junfv^|fcrt^fi
- Chi^^^^neer.
- kjfeirser.   -v-
NNk
ipght^lerk.
Chi^^^ward.
Stewardess.
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Saturday   W^^L},
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