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Tne Temperance Question.
Iu the December number of T7' Century there u
the continuation of an interesting paper entitled
' Tho Cliristian League of Connecticut," by Wash
ington Gladden, and the member of tho League
Club, while discussing the Temperance Question,
fall into the line of argument which wo commend
to the attention of those who are fighting for tem
perance here we would premise that the gentle
men speaking are ministers of the various churches
"Might we not, then" asked Mr. Butterfield,
1 unite our churches in working for temperance
under a leadership furnished by themselves? "
It seems tome," answered Mr. Franklin, "that
this is impracticable. Union work in behalf of
temperance is one of the hardest things in the
world to secure. We can co-operate in ordinary
religious work, because the lesson of toleration in
religion has been learned, and because we are all
ready to forget those things in which we differ; but,
as respects the subject of temperance, there is, as
yet, no such toleration ; the sectarianism of tem
perance advocates is fully as violent as the sectar
ianism of the churchmen was a hundred years ago.
" Are you not rather rough on the temperance
workers? " asked Mr. Thorpe.
' I do not mean to be. IJut just look at the facts.
There are gentlemen in this club, I suppose
ho sometimes use wine at their tables, and who, j
though thev are careful to abstain from all excess,
, r ..,.,., ;
believe that tht v have a perfect right to use it as a
beverage. There are other gentlemen in this club
who regard every such use of it, no matter how
careful, as a sin. I do not belong to either of these '
classes, but I can easily see that persons holding
views so perfectly irreconcilable can never work
together in promoting temparance. What is more,
some of the gentlemen present are in favor of the '
passage of laws by which other persons in this
company would bo put into tho category of crim-
"Oh, come, Franklin, that's absurd ! You don't ,
mean that." cried Mr. Thorpe. ;
" I mean just that " persisted Franklin.
"But vou know that tho prohibitory law that
me of us favor, punishes the seller of li.iuer, not
the drinker. There are no liquor sellers in this
"A man cannot ordinarily drink wina without
buying it, can ho? "
No, of courso not." !
" You wish to make it a crime to sell wine to be
used as a beverage?"
".e.8"" ii .i i ii
" If it wero a crime to Roll, then the buyer would
1 morally particeps crimiui. would lie not? '!
" I suppose ao."
"Very well; there are gentlemen hero who are
in tho habit ofTbuying wino to bo used as a lever-
age, and there are other gentlemen hero who wish
to mako tho selling of wino for that purpose a
criminal act ; how can these two classes of persons
come to any understanding about temperaneo
work? I am not discussing prohibition. I am not
undertaking to justify or to coimdemn eithsr of
these classes of persons; I am only pointing out
that the difference between them is, in its nature,
insurmountable, and that they can only keep from
quarreling about temperance work by ignoring tho
" Well. I guess you're right," said Mr. ihorpe,
. . - 1 - . ."II. ft 11...
Ol Only IS 11 liupurisiun--, luv uaimoi
tinued, "for these two classes to get on comforta
bly togother, but any ono who undertakes to raedi
ate between them is liable to have his head broken.
I dared to suggest, last summer, in a temperaneo
meeting, that it was a gross blunder for the total
abstainers to make war on all temperate drinkers.
to denounco them as malefactors and to hold
them up to public reprobation; that it would bo
much easier to persuade than to coerco them into
the ways ol abstinence, r or venturing m cmi-
cism, I was denouiKd as a toddy-drinker ; and a ISOl, Lord Dundas, the Governor of the
crowded convention of reform clubs iu our town Forth and Clyde Canal Company, employed
hall applauded to the echo the assertion by one of ; Jlr. Symington to make an engine for an
their orators that I was worse than a mm-seller. ; rimental yessel for that Compinv. The
So vou soe that I have verified, in my own expon- r r -
enco. the statement that toleration, in this field. vesseI was soon after completed, and made
docs not exist. Not only is there no toleration for many experimental trips on the can 1, but
differences of thoory r practice, there is no tolera- beins found tQ c,.eate a destructive to
tion for people who preach toleration and who try . . . i -j
to bring abiut a better understanding. The time ank was, on that account, laid aside,
for cooperation in temperance work will come, but It was this latter vessel (the third in suc
it ia not yot." cession from thxfirst trial) which was visit-
" I am not ready to come to that conclusion." j fd ind studied by Mr Fulton, the Ameri-
evil of in temperance exUUia any community, it is
saiu mr. x etvrs. nuou au i
humiliating to confess that the Christian people or
the community are nnablo to combine against it."
'Tis true, 'tis pity; and pity 'tis. 't is true,"
said Mr. Franklin.
"But is there not one thing that can he ione ?"
said Mr. Peter. " Can we not unite in enforcing
the penal clauses of our present law against Tiola-
tora of them. Onr laT forbids the sale of iutoxi-
iorui ii.iu. " . . - .
eating liquors to minors and to intoxicated per-
sons ; it also forbids the selling of liquor on Sun-
days, and between twelve o'clock at night and tivo
o'clock in tho niorniug. To this extent it is a pro
hibitory law. Now, I am a prohibitiouist ; and I
see no reason why I should not take tho amount of
prohibition this law allows mo and make the most
of it. We might enforce these clauses if we would
work together ; we could make it dangerous to sell
to bovs, or io sell on Sundays. That would bo a
great gain, for it is notorious that there is more
drinking done on Sunday than on any other day in
the week, and that a great many of our boys are
forming the drinking habit."
"That is good sense," said Dr. Strickland. I
am not a prohibitionist ; I am not a total abstainer;
I am ono of the men who, as Mr. Franklin Kays,
r- Pniipd unjkL-a tii mi t into tlie cteiorv of erimi-
nals, though I don't mt-an to K-t that slight eir-
cumstance mar our friendly relations."
Here Teters arose, arut extendeei ins naiiei io me
rector amidst much merrimuut.
Xotwithstaneling the hert-sy of my opinion,
and the turpitude of my conduct in this matter fo
temperance," Dr. Strickland continued, " I am
ready to do as much as any other man iu this room
in tho line sugxestod by Mr. Peters."
"But what can we do?" ask.-d Mr. Henderson,
Ve can keep our ryes and ars open." an
swered Mr. Teters, "and report what we see and
hear to ihe prosecuting agents. The--.: j;n tlcinen
ire appointed to enforce tho law, hut they do it
verr inefficiently, for what reasons it U imt ne
cessary to inquire. It will do them Kood to know
that a number of good citizens are carefully de
serving their operations. Let nie give a bit of my
own experiencerjl was passing along Jackson struct
tho other day, in the rear of Pat Keilly's saloon,
and I saw a little boy not more than rcvoii years
old come out of the back door with a pitcher in his
hand and walk down the street. As I passed by
him I said, carelessly, Hullo, bub ! got some
molasses? ' ' Xo ; leer ! he said. I walked right
over to the office of Mr. Billing, our prom-cuting
agent, and tohl him what I had seen, lit- was el im
posed at oiu-e to take a high and mighty air, as of
one with whose business I was meddling. He
wanted to know how I knew that the pure-La. of
the leer was not made by the child's father or
some other adult then in the saloon ; auel whether
this child's teetiinony would convict ; and if I
thought that what I had told him amounted to I
gal evidence. 3ty answer was very brief. Do you
believe,' I demaueled, ' that I have told you tLe
truth conce nmg what I say.'" Certainlv," 1
did. 'Very well." I answered. ' It you accept If ye want grace, ye may jjet it by praying
tliat as a truth you are morally certain tliat liquiir r . , . ,
is illegally sold by fat lleilly. You know it. and I 'or it ; and if ye want learning, ye may get
know that you know it ;if you haven't the lt-iral
evidence it is your business to get it. Good niorn
iug.' If Mr. Billings should have a call of this
sort every day or two, showing him that the peo
ple are watching the violations of the law and tho
manner of its enforcement, it would have a salut
ary effect upon him."
"" That seems feasible," said Dr. Sampson. "One
of the greatest curses of this liquor business is the
laxity of the enforcement of the law, to which it
has given rise. Through our liquor legislation,
the respect of the people for all law has been greatly
weakened. Anything that we can do to add effi
ciency to the law will be valuable service."
The suggestion of Mr. Peters proved a valuable
one. The attention of the members of the club
was called directly to numerous and glaring viola
tions of the law ; they took pains to inquire and to
report concerning them ; and a public sentiment
was thus created which resulted in the more vigor
ous enforcement of law and in a considerable
diminution in tlie an Jiint of drunkenness. "
A Child's Wisdom.
" Give us ah ! give us bat Yesterday ',"
Between the half-drawn curtains faintly gleamed
The early dawn's first pale and glimmering ray ;
But through my heart rang ever, as I dreamed,
The poet's plaint : " Give me but yesterday !"
Through swiftly opening doors with flying feet,
My little daughter, with ht-r curls of gold,
Came eagerly, the morning sun to greet,
The little maid whom yesterday we told
To-morrow, if the skies were not unkind,
Out into country meadows she should go.
With beating heart and shining eyes to find
The sweet bhy hands of wild flowers hiding low.
Flushed in the morning light, she danced and sang.
While I forgot the poet's murmuring lay.
As through the room her sweeter wisdom rang :
" Mamma ! mamma ! To-morrow is to-dav !"
The First Steamboat-
The honor of this invaluable discovery
undoubtedly belongs to an Ayrshire man,
Mr. James Taylor, of Cumnock. In the
year 1785 the late Mr. Miller, of Dalswin-
ton, wa3 engaged in speculations on the
practicability of DlODellinf vessels bv Dad-
, ,-0 k . ,
dle-wnee s ; and lt8t he constructed a
UOUOie ooat ol Sixty ieet long, Wltft paddle-
wheels in the space between the two vessels;
tnese were wor.e(l by capstans, turned by
T, , r . . , . .
gainst a row-boat belonging to the Custom
Hous. which was distanced in the race, the
men at thg c,pstans havino- had to m.ke
" . v uiu iiui fcc ujaujiaiucu lui
any long period. Mr. Miller became do-
sirable of substituting some other mechan-
ical r for that of tfa men and t.
ed Mr- lay lor (at that time the tutor of his
sons) regarding it. On this, Mr. Taylor
. t a....
proposea tnat a steam engine should be sn-
,. d - . . naJd,
r . . -TII
- - .. - . oWUc uujctnuua iui. .umn
consented to be at the expense of an experi-
inent, and authorised Mr. Taylor to era-
PW a clever mechanician of the name of
oymiugwii 10 inaKe a snian engine wnn a
tour-incn cylinder, lhis was accordingly
and. on the 14th October. 1 7SS this
. . . , . .
e"?,nf haV,0S been erectetl twin-boat.
tne nrst steamboat voyage ever made w s
successfully performed on Dalswinton
Encouraged by the success of this trial
Mr. Miller agreed to mke another on a
, , connI1.r,n f vvll lVh Alr
laVlor ad hlS engineer. Mr. Symington,
proceeueu 10 varron v ounary, where an
engine with a cylinder of eighteen inches
; diameter was prepared and fitted to a vessel
which was tried on the Forth and Clyde
Canal, for the first time, in November,
1789. This vessel was moved at the rate
of seven miles per hour. The expense of
this experiment having exceeded the esti
mates Mr. Miller became dissatisfied and
declined to tjro;eed any further, nor could
. he eTef inJuceJ tQ .esume ,he sub;ect.
' C'" engineer, whose first steamboat was
niuncneu in leu, nineteen years alter me
successful trial at Dalswinton Lake. Air.
; Hen jj Qf IIelensburgh who con.
j , . ,
structed the steamboat Comet, on the Clyde
in l8l 2, accompanied Mr. Fulton on liis
yjsj(3 t0 L0r(j )und lS's Tessei 'pho above-
, , , , , .
noted facis are supported bv veuchers froai
various persons, and are fully orroLo:-.ited
by accounts published in the JJutnffiex
Journal, nnd the Scot's Magazine, of 1788,
and in the Edinburgh newspapers of Feb
Many old people will remember to hive
seen in their youtkful days the comet of
1811, which in the period of the ascendancy
Gf the first Napoleon was looked upon with
much Wtnderin star w
suppose" e prec.rsor oi still gre.ter
triumphs t. IUon:i parte, anl there was
still wanting many who rptrdrded it as
1 a 1 L r .-ii
. r .. i ........ . .
OmmOUS OI gresl calamities tO LSrtaill. Ill
1812 the first steamer began to ply on the
viyue, aim s tne puonc ininu was lull 01
L I -iV
nic it. v.""'" inu uui aa uauicu aiu r U
the Comet. This was the beginning of tht
gigantic industry which places the Clyde
now on the first rank in shipbuilding Ac
cording to a recent statement in the Glas
gow Herald this industry alone brinejs to
Glasgow about four millions annually. The
Cemet steamer plied upwn the Clyde for
thirteen years, but on the 21st Oclober.1825
it wjs run down by the Ayr stem packet.
, . e , r i . .
When Upwards 01 4U persons IOSt their
1.. . rr i . j ,
IVeS . SenCX, n Ji.UmarHOe- StaiHl'ira,
" TT"TT f?
THE WoiiTH OF COMMON SEXSE. Dr
... , . , - , . , ,
Walter bmith, in a memoir uf the celebrated
Scotch humorist Dr. John 13 row n savs
at the first ot tlifi raff. John Kmwn nf
Haddington, taught himself Latin and
Greek when watching; his flock among the
green hills that look down n the Firth of
Tay, and afterwards fought his way first as
a packm in, then a schoolmaster to be at
last a minister and professor of theology.
In him we seem to tind a trace of the quiet
humor which distinguished his great grand
son, if the stoiy be true, tha t he used to tell
the students in his parting counsels to them.
that, too, by working; for it ; but if ye want
common sense, I dinna ken where ye are to
get it." Good Words.
A carp two inches in length when
placed in a pond at Gibson, G... two years
ago. was recently caught, and found to
wei;h 13 pounds. Vou see they didn't lie
about its size when they put it in.
Nowhere- is so desirable a course more
1-1 i . , , i i ,t, -
likely to be sharply tried than in entertain-
ingr friends, who. however, shouKl be m do
n , , '. , j
tO find their WirmeSt Wek'OmP na most,
perfect pleasure in their reception rath-er
i ocov.iv. i j I
than in what they e-it ana drink.
rjlIE HONOLl'Ll' IRON WORKS IIAVK
M. just irjeeivej an Invoice cl
3 in. Best LIIGLISII LEATHER BELTING
Al?! -3e fiue
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From 6 to 8 iu tlie Mornixig and
from 4 to 6 in the Evening.
Permission t. irri-'ite duriK nire couvi nicut hour
will be erantej oa avplioanou tutlie Suerint-iiIrnt of
persons found iriii;atiiis exori't iltirins? sjieoifn-.I Lours
will Lave ttitir privilt-jft-s susj-t-uilcil without uotue.
i f.i: iniDl.ii. T. FREKTif .
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STEEL X AII.S
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W. L. OKI KN. or
O. IV. MACF AllLANt A o.
nuiCsf Asont for J ha r'oler Co.
HAVE YOU GOT ANY WOOL 1
Say, OI.U SUN i LOWER, what is that
OLD MAN DOWN IN THE SWAMP
trying to do with those Outline kui.h ?
AThy, OTA) 1-1CKLE3, Le is loading thorn with xir-H
aud tiiou discburging them.
Hut the charge comes out at the wuono :::.
Yc-i. OI.U I'll KLLS, the OLD MAN is so foolish lie
can't sea thnt.
Wtiv. KomctiiuR tttfo, he ailvertist-d Hint he ha-.l for his
sh.Mi i'liK OLD HOl'SE. not the HOUSE THAT JACK
liril.T. but the luuse that the Duke ul Edinburg slept,
in; and that he had some OLD Cl'HIOS, au old carriage
thut Uiu ii Auiu' or yueeu Kalama rodo iu: and also that
ho h...l bought u-irtof the OLL C'llIXESE THE ATI'. E,
an.l had prm-nri-d lots of Chiuaiueu's tails to have ou
Y-9, tK.U I'lCUI.ES, that's so; but you see "that cream
wouldn't catr.'u." so he has got in a new role, after tho
govei iKio-:. t '.V'.'i'k.
He ha" been be -ting round the IH'SII, but got nothing.
Yes, il.l l'ii'KI.K.S, he has born nt thnt for the lHt
six yi ars. But vou see his pauie is up. The Kins has
put the UllOli SHIil'lIEKD to look out for his nocks, and
he 8uv8 til Ciove-.nmeut has been fi.kkcku enough; it
has lii) mora iU-eccs to upare without etiuivaleut given
for them; but. nt the same tsaie, he don't wish to be sel
fish iu the matter; he has made ample provision for all
tiit iiihv i-oine to him. He has !ot a fine lot of MOHENO
BAMS, (nothiiiij to do with those ram-rods that I spoke of
in the " last supper, J oui xne real ariicie iroiu i.-u-i
.ml in v one wihini! can buy one of those Kims, and then
can have a tleeco of his own. If GO WEST buys one of
tiioao Kmua and pastures him down in the Swamp, he will
lio likelv to net tha t'OOT HOT a-.id other diseases to
wlileli Kbeeu are subject For his hmelit I would recom
ill e ml a preparation made of one pioiud of SOFT SOA1',
with au ounce of C'uiUolic Acid :rynta!s dissolved iu
wat;-r-t this will destroy vermiu. it- ii, scurf and manfje.
The piepa-atiou as given above s'.n.uld be diluted with
warm water iK-foro beir. applied to the animal, and it
will ii-t injure the li.;ir. i;.i! th so diseases seldom get
aniens KAM-i when they have rocky ranges for pastures
,vI,..-h thev have to climb !) ;'fct their cri:i;.
s OLD SL'NFLOWEU. 1 saw -Mr. I'aty ridln-; iu a
beautiful Wagonuetto last Friday. Well, Kir, it is one of
the most elegant carriages I ever saw. Where did Air.
v-,tv iM-t that carriage ti-oiu ?
Jiow. loolt Here, It 1 l .HU.'. ll can I .uuk. bii- hi
your BUinrt tricks ou me; you k:inv very well that all
those nice jobs come lioui the " (inverumeiit Fai-tory,"
on King street; that is the JJOS.-j sTltECT mid the BOSS
Say now, OLD S l" N F I .O V KK, lt-t'ti talk scusc. Who
have you got lor vour VlOl WO'.rKMAS ?
Wbot, for iuy"llOl)V i "ll.UKIl ! I have gut a little
fellow l'roui Louisville. Kentucky, l;o can ui.scotiiit any
thing that everv cmne to these ilaii:!:i.
Now. OLD sr'FI-0"'Vli!l, what aro vou piviny r.s ?
Votliiiiu but the truili.
W hat ha. become of that y.iusirf man that made bo'dit-s
for you before? That yonua ma" "hat u.sts liear's Oil
oti-l I I ni tslioru ?
O, he lias gon-- u; to A-n, t xoi li f..r th.it niKa ou Fort
Oh ! ves : that .-l-.iu mii'i. I c'.uu't thiuk he will ever be
fnt na vou are. OLD SL.S i l.O liil.
No, 1 think not : lie has . a l i;n--wor:ii. I never saw
a man yet get fat that had one of t!i-:-i things..
Say. OLD SL'N, I tiiiiik that !.D ..- AN Di.'W'X IN THE
8W AMI can beat you on paiulin.
Yes? What makes you t!i:uk ?
OLD SUN. he told iue in- Iih-1 tUr- ti-.-.t la-tit'-r ill the
Did you believe hit:. ?
I had no reason to disbelieve iii.:.
Who did he t il l he had ?
He said he hud T. ii; HAKHISUN.
Ye! Did he tell you he ha-1 I". 1 1 . i i -m ? "VVejl,
now, juat stop fur one minute; llai i ison l.ii-: nut been with
hini'f-r the laat t-.vo liiontiiH.
Now. 1I.D Hi-'N, M'lue of j"Ur ifi sia;i. fhoij he
to work for f
Why, he ia with me.
Vou" don't say it ?
I do, Ol.l ril'Rl.ES. Go West yave l.iiu k:ii1i a t;ood
name, and tedd people th:.t lie wan ti;e be.-! work null
that he ever had seen ; that h had aiwavs d ui.? the
Kind's work, and the Kii. would have nobody lust him
touch a job of hi.-'.
you went for him and got him ?
Will, OI.i rl'Ni 1.1 ) V i:;:. v.r.nt h-..i beroiiie of the
" Cirerii H.-irp " painter you had .some time a.o ?
O, he has gone over t.) l-'riseo; ftnin' to look for Denni.
What Deuuis ?
What, the lrixti Agitator ?
Yes, that is tlie until.
Why, what iu the world did lie leave- y.i'i for?
O ! iu did such awful painting for i:i.-. I had. to let him
go. Why, his pftilitin,; was d'jiie so horribly itur-. d to
Bcare horses ; so I thought the iiu-st qu i t way wu the
b.-st. Let him m West.
How is it about your Trimmer, OLD st'Ni'L')','. KU ?
Who do you liitan. STEIN ?
That is the man; I thought go West Hot him
YeH, he did, but he did not keep him. He agreed for
' One iiundced Dollars bonus, but he did n t get it. and I
YOU BKT ! This West huxiness I must xi luiii to
you, OLD PICKLES. Some years ago tiu-re was another !
OLDCK.VNK that published a paper in New York sailed j
the New York Tribute. lie used t- tive a lvieo to all j
young men to " jjh West." Well, this Go c.-,t was liv- I
ing down in Nova Scotia, and it was with him hs with au i
old laimly by the name of Emsom iu .tw Jersey. The
old man was well t; do in this world s aoods. but ii.-v.r !
Went to church, whilst the old woman was somi what in-
cisned to go to . huroh. some of their gal. were get- !
ting up in their teens, nnd the old w-ruv. tlm-jght tiiev
ou-ht to go in so-.m- s (i-n ty. so she !:e:. i, s-n) th.-oi.i 1
man t- so tocuurcn .ilia ict i.-i. i.n - i in oocitty. tint
! they were approachii:!,' wonianl.o-id. au.l ii they did not
thev trot stiii'te.!, but on the- way tiie t.l:l :u:i savs.
'. " ilother, I have n-t n iu tiiu iln.r. h simo we wire
marriL-.t. so I think thtf old dominie will i;ial;e some re-
! m:irks about it." Says the oi l w -.:oiu. - You talk like an 1
(dd fool, the dominie may not k:i uv tii-.t we are in the '
church." -Well now, uid woman. -m Imvc your way ;
about it" but yon mi-." So they ;ot t church ar.d the '
nhe seated them all ri iht. ami I i:e t -. i A l.r ; but tho j
dominie that married them i-vt-r tw.-nty jears before., j
kent eyeing the dd ::::m. ii-.d the oi l ina.i droning his j
heu-1, nnally the tdel dominie in the jmli.it ro...- u, opr n- ;
ed liis hy uii boolt an 1 comm.-ee I to : :. !. thiisly. lie-
! turn ve ilaiisoni. Mini" r Home. " Tiie old inan lose u;
i .. 1,.. Y ..-1.... I . II . ..1 -
I alia 8111 I, Xy JO e, lO'-li.e I . wi.n. oo. i ioi ..-a r
this." But the old woman insisted that he didn't mean j
them" " Ah," savs the old man. '-there are no other j
Kansoms in this house, yon can t f.-ol me on thiit, I i-au't I
: hoist that in." So home they went and haven't been to
I church since. This is a narall.-l with that of J
West. That youim mull was a render of tile Trihuur, and
he saw the go Wt in it. he got uji and sot. and is !
now in the Swamp. 1
! t-n. old si n. that is -i iit. a comi.a.ison. but ho
'. .1.-,,, .I... ol.l liiiilr yit.,r..' t
i Well, OLl pickles, i am w .f r.bd with you. i
I .. . .1.W....W...U ... 1...; ,. .... 1 I ' V 1.-T iW ITT--".
: -v-..t .i -n hid mcki.i'..- i.h ti,.-.-oi t.-irr I think it is
quite a compliment. )si ar 1 1--.-. li- scholar, i-oet and !
apostle of .Estlii t-.c lsm, has t,icnt tiie S;i;;:l,.w.-r im.i 1
the Lily the most ;ronr.nei;t !.. i s :n tiie l'loril World: -the
Lily for its purity and di -lie: -y , t ml imnfi'-Aver from j
its resembling to the Golden iirl.i t lay. It is imm-.te 1
rial to me whether I am dulled a .-null jwer or a il- !
"The Rose by any other name wiii sjiell a.- sweet." J
Well, just once more, ol.l' .-I"X. h ivo you any
'..t many. Ol.l." I'K 'Kl.r.S.
(live us a few, OLD Sl"N. j
Well. 1 have a shoe Iroin the foot of Punchbowl, a tooth j
from the mouth of Pearl liiver. an-l a cap from Diamond
Head, that comprises my irii:cij-al stock of i'l'KIvis.
How is that. OLD Pit'K. KS ? t
Quite su!licie:.t. I.L SI N.
Well. OLD PI' KLP-S, I lifcve a 1- t im re. but it is yet- I
tin;; late-, and tiiue is money.. Mill I e-u-ht to say i.ome- j
tiling ni'.ire about tiiat lio Vct n-.ti--e in tin- lfp r. and
would do so, if it were :n t soi l i.:i-l s;ily. I thoiii-ht j
that lloe-os-poi-us-rt.:iK-us would have dont bett.-r for the j
umoiiiit pai l for it.
Now. just am-ther qne-ti-ii.-. OS.D iTN. Lave yoa any- j
thin to sav for your. 1:.'
Yes, OLD PlL LLS. I mi-lit say a en r.t d.-.l. but I I
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