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CALIFORNIA FRUIT ABROAD.
Why There Is Not a Large Demand for
It in Europe.
There is certain to be a largely in
creased supply of fruit seeking a mar
ket within the next two years, owing
to the fact that the number of trees
in bearing will be almost doubled with
in that time, says the San Francisco
Argonaut. Last year, in spite of the
development of the shipments to the
eastern states, there was a surplus, and
prices received were far below what
they should have been. Shipments to
Europe have been made for a number
of years, but it must be confessed that
the results have been decidedly unsatis
factory. The fir3t shipment last year
was one of 4,000 boxes of plums and
pears from Sacramento. Complaint was
made that some of the boxes were dam
aged and that the fruit was too small,
and the prices obtained were low. The
average price obtained for the pears,
which were Bartletts, was from ?1.32 to
$1.92 for a fifty-pound box the plums
brought $1.80 a crate. Two weeks later
a consignment of 10,000 half-cases of
peaches, pears and plums arrived. They
were of good size and quality, and in
fine condition. But the peaches were
sold at from 84 cents to $1.56 the
plums from 72 cents to $1.94 William
pears from 72 to 84 cents Hardys, $1.44.
The prices were depressed on account
of the large supplies of French and
English fruit in the market. The next
consignment brought 78 cents to $1.32
for pears, $1.08 to $1.68 for peaches, and
$1.26 to $1.40 for plums. A week later
another lot arrived, and brought 72
cents to $1.24 for peaches, 48 to 84 cents
for pears, and 48 cents to $2.04 for a
very superior quality of plums. In
September the prices obtained were:
Peaches, $1.08 to $1.32 pears, 90 cents
to $1.32 plums, $1.74. It is evident that
these prices are not sufficient to justi
fy large shipments of California fruit
to the London market, when the cost
of freight, insurance and risk is con
sidered. Yet, under favorable circum
stances, there should be a large demand
there for the fruit from that state.
Some of the fruit sold last year was
purchased by German and Russian buy
ers, and this market could, be considera
bly increased. The trouble has arisen
from the fact that, owing to the long
time the fruit is in transit much of it
has arrived in London in poor condi
tion, and English buyers are suspicious
and unwilling to take the risk of hav
ing it spoil on their hands. Again, the
fruit must be sold immediately upon ar
rival, and in many cases it arrives in
London when the market is overstocked
with cheaper fruit from other countries.
It is shipped to consignees, who have no
interest in the matter save to secure
their commission and charges, and if
the price obtained is not sufficient to
cover these they have only to draw a
draft on the shipper here to cover the
deficiency. The remedy lies in a re
adjustment of the method of conducting
the business. None but the very best
quality of selected fruit should be sent,
and it should be packed with special
reference to the dangers of the long
transit and frequent handlings. More
over, resident agents should be ap
pointed in the principal cities of the
East and Europe, who would be thor
oughly familiar with the different
California fruits, and should be
paid regular salaries instead of com
missions. These agents, upon being ad
vised of a shipment of fruit, with full
information as to its condition and
quality, would immediately set inquiries
oii foot as to the demand not only in
the cities in which they are located, but
in adjacent towns and neighboring lo
calities, and make agreements for the
sale of the fruit, conditioned upon its
being according to representations.
They could keep the shippers here post
ed at all times regarding the conditions
and prospects of the markets.
A Wonderful Freak of Nature.
Among the wonderful freaks in na
ture there can be none in the geograph
ical line that can possibly excel that
known as "The Giant's Head." It
stands, or rather inclines, against the
face of the cliff at Point Pinos, in Mon
terey county, California, and all who
have viewed the wonder declare it to
be the most colossal, as well as the
most marvelous, freak in natural
sculpture in existence. All portions of
the "head," except the back (which ap
pears to be "blocked" into the meta
morphic rocks against which it seems
to he so naturally reclining), are as per
fect as though fresh from the hands
of some giant sculptor. The chin,
mouth, nose, eyes and brow are all per
fect, as is also the hair, which appears
to be gracefully drawn back from the
forehead. The ears are not so "true
to life" as the other features are, but
even in this respect no stretch of the
imagination is required in order to see
tolerably perfect auricular appendages.
The bold features, backward wave of
the hair, massive forehead, moustache,
finely-chisselled nostrils and deep-set
eyes are all reproduced on a natural
yet gigantic scale, and with wonderful
exactness. The freak stands near the
Point Pinos lighthouse, being but 500
feet from that building in a northerly
direction. The "head" stands almost at
tide-level, the lower portion of the face
being partially submerged during high
water. At time of low tide, however,
the wonder is high and dry, and is at
that time a marvel from whatever di
rection it is viewed.
First WorshiperMeTcy, do you hear
what a discord the tenor and the so
prano are making in the duet?
Second WorshiperAnd they are
both splendid singers. The trouble is,
they are singing from a different page
of the music book, and as they are
not on speaking terms there's nothing
to do but for each to sing the notes be
fore him."Boston Transcript-
METHODS, HERE AND ABROAD.
Ways of Steering Boats In England*
France and Germany.
A comparison of the different meth
ods of doing what is practically the
same thing in various parts of the
-world is both interesting and amusing
to the thoughtful observer, says Cas
cier's Magazine. On American ferry
boats the import is well known of the
"ting-ting" or "jiigle-jingle" of the bell
X.y which the man in the wheelhouse
communicates with his fellow-mortal
in the engine room. On the Thames,
however, it would be considered practi
cally impossible to convey information
In this manner, and the captains of the
small paddle steamers on that stream
jitand on the paddle-boxes and sing
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out "Ease er!" "Back 'er!" etc.,
apparently to nobody in particular,
while these interesting remarks are
promptly repeated in shrill tones by a
^mall boy into a speaking tube which
communicates with the lower regions.
On the Seine, ia France, this process is
simplified and a large trumpet-shaped
mouthpiece flares out in front of the
man at the wheel and he yells his com
mands into this funnel, the other end
of which is supposed to reach the en
gineer. The large steamers on the
Rhine, in Germany, are controlled, not
by the usual wheel placed in the wheel
house forward, but by a very large
wheel oh a vertical axis, placed right
amidships upon an elevated platform
or bridge, and several men pass the
handles from right to left, or upon oc
casion trot round in a circle, and it
would doubtless be considered a serious
temptation of Providence, or at least a
reflection upon the fatherland, if any
one were to attempt to construct a
Rhine steamer with the ordinary form
of steering gear.
I WAS EMPTY.
IN A SPELLBINDER'S TOILS.
The Yonng Man Lost 8700 Worth ot
"I was as healtlijy a young man as
you'd meet In a day's travel," declared
the banker to his physician, according
to the Detroit Free Press. "In that as
sertion I refer to mind as well as body.
If I had a fault it was that of being too
skeptical. When I came upon the state
ment of any pathological or psycho
logical manifestation that I could not
understand I simply branded it as a
humbug and dropped the matter. 'Rea
son' was my universal test.
"When only 22 I was on the road
from New York to Boston and fell in
with a stranger, considerably older
than myself. He had piercing black
eyes, but neither long hair nor seedy
clothes. His smile was singularly win
ning, his voice musical and his con
versation charming. He gave me one
of the finest cigars I ever smoked. In
10 minutes I felt as if I had known and
loved the man all my life. The more
we talked the more his wonderful eyes
glowed and lightened. Yet their pow
er was that of an irresistible attraction
and there was a caress in his tones
that made all about me seem a pleasing
dream that ended in oblivion. It was
three days later when I awakened in a
hospital, the spell thrown off by some
magic electricity developed through a
physician then famous. I fully recov
ered, but how do you account for my
"It was the cigar, of course."
"No, sir. It was not half smoked and
had nothing worse in it than pure to
bacco. You can't cry hallucination to
me as some of our ancestors pried
'witchcraft' when unexplained phenom
ena puzzled them. My charmer was a
hypnotist, mesmerist or something else
that's uncanny in man. More than that,
he was the cleverest kind of thief, for
he stripped me of $700 worth of valu
OLD-TIME SINGING SCHOOL.
It I the Fa to Keprodace I To
In the old colonial days when the
great and the great-great-grandmoth
ers were young the singing school was
a well-established institution, writes
Mary E. Estes in Ladies' Home Jour
nal. It was usually held in the village
schoolhouse, the schoolmaster often
figuring as the singing master. Thith-
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er at regular intervals tnrougn tns
long winter months tripped the grand
mas with their escorts. Little did they
imagine as they lifted up their sweet
voices in unison with the strong ten
ors and bassos that those same airs,
even .the very gowns they wore, would
at some distant day be reproduced for
the benefit of an appreciative audience.
Yet it may be safely asserted that with
the exception of the colonial tea the
old folk's concert is the m,ost popular
of the old-time entertainments.
The success of an undertaking of this
sort depends largely upon the adapta
bility for her office of the person hav
ing the affair in hand. She must of
necessity have an accurate conception
of the manner in which these enter
tainments were conducted In our grand
mothers' day. She must also become
thoroughly imbued with the spirit of
that olden time.
"HIPPO" WITH CHILBLAINS.
In the Zoological Museum in the Jar
din des Plantes, at Paris, a young hip
popotamus has lately been the object
of much scientific and public interest.
This hippopotamus is a comparatively
recent acquisition at the museum, hav
ing been brought from Africa, and is,
so far as a hippopotamus possibly
could be, a pet. His name is Bap
tiste, which is regarded as not inap
propriate, in view of his aquatic na
bitfi. He has been nourished on cow's
milk and other more special hippo
potamus dainties, and is the delight of
the public on account of the tricks
which he plays incessantly on the big
The big ones spend most of their
time in sleep, lying immersed in water,
except, perhaps, as to their noses, eyes
and ears. Baptiete, who is not so
sleepy as the older ones, looks about
the tank for these7
lands, and finding one to his liking,
calmly climbs upon it and lies down
to take a nap.
Presently the big hippopotamus, dis
turbed by the weight, moves uneasily,
and down comes the apparently sleep
ing Bapti6te into the water with a
great splash, while the people roar
with laughter. Then Baptiste, pulling
himself together, swims off in search
of another living island.
It would seem that so mischievous
a youngster must have his amiable side
for human beings, but he has not.
Baptiste is not popular with the keep
ers. Scarcely a day passes when these
guardians do not have some rascality
of his to complain of. He is continual
ly rushing at them with a mouth so
wide open that they seem to see it al
ready engulfing them.
Consequently, when it became evi
dent one day that something serious
was the matter with Baptistewhen
he pined and fretted, and had to forego
his customary tricks when he was
very much inclined to lie back in the
water and stick his enormous feet up
in the airit became a serious problem
how to make an examination.
This end was finally accomplished
by isolating the young hippopotamus,
getting him into close quarters, and
so pinioning him that it was possible
to examine his person. Then it was
discovered that his ailment was noth
ing but chilb'ains! And when a hip
potamus has chilblains it is something
'like a giraffe having a sore throat, for
its skin is about two inches thick.
Baptiste was undoubtedly suffering.
The next question was one of treat
ment, and it was wisely decided that
the way to cure the chilblains was to
remove the cause of them. The
weather had grown cold, and though
Baptiste had not complained, it was
probable that he had not been kept
warm enough, and particularly that
the water in which he kept his feet
most of the time was at too low a
Baptiste was given, therefore, a spe
cial tank, the water in which was kept
heated to a greater warmth than was
found necessary for the other hippo
potami and his chilblains soon dis
appeared. But he greatly misses the
fun of making islands of the other
hippopotami's noses.Youth's Com
HE'D SETTLE IT.
But the. Threat to Do So Had to
Judge Murphy was trying a case in
San Rafael once. It was a murder case
and bitterly contested. It had not pro
ceeded very far before the attorneys
got to loggerheads, says the San Fran
cisco Bulletin. The attorney for the
defense did his best to intimidate the
attorney for the prosecution, and the
prosecuting attorney retaliated with all
his might. Finally matters got to
such a pitch that the attorney for the
prosecution turned upon his opponent
and called him down in open court.
Judge Murphy interrupted, saying:
"Gentlemen, gentlemen, this won't'
do. This sort of thing is very disre
spectful to the court. This is no place
for such exhibitions. If you gentlemen
have any, differences to 6ettle, settle
them ..out-of court,"
The attorney for the defense imme
diately rose and said: "We have no dif
ferences, if your honor please."
"If your honor please," said the
prosecuting attorney, "I wish to say
that we have differences. And I wish
to give notice that when court ad
journs I intend to crack that man's
bead over there."
Judge Murphy exploded. "How dare
you, sir? Hdw dare you? This is the
grossest contempt of court. How dare
you come here and attempt to terrify
counsel? I fine you $50, sir $50."
The attorney replied: "That is rather
hard on me, if your honor please.
Your honor distinctly suggested that
I should settle my differences with this
man out of court, and I gave notice of
my intention to do so. That is all. I
have the highest respect and apprecia
tion o your honor's judgment in such
matters, and I felt proud to accept your
Judge Murphy was not proof against
such subtle flattery and the fine was
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