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A HONEYMOON AMONG SQUT-HiSEA SAVAGES
ryoV&ar : .
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Mrs. Thos. "E.- Andresen.
San Francisco, June'10. Cap
tain Thomas E. Andresen andhis
bride have just been rescued from
a honeymoQh among the savages
of a South Sea island. .
Andresen 'was. captain of .the
owiuuuci vv-ausqn, liuw iuuickuuu-
torn of the' Pacific., '"At f'Papetrte,
and married'Miss ArihDeCateur
of Portland, Ore. . .
One week later the! .Watson t
scraped her hull along a coral reef"
just off the HttietisjandlQfcRrateii
and sprung a' leak. Andresen
tried to sail for harbor, "but a
storm came up and made that im
possible. And' the leak, gained
headway all tEe time.. . . '
'It, seemed. as if the schooner
were' going down. ' Captain An--dr.esen
pmtsJiis,brideJnto the one
Twat'the's'chpoher carried, with
,"Coq.4. waiter, and ,a hatchet.
u. . "If Jhje water" rises above that
rmark 'pnthe .sqhoonerj", he told
I tipr. 'riif'tTi hawepr "rrfnnrinor tVi
$bat' to 'the schooner and row
away. And may God bless you."
JTherWatson did? not go down
"thejiibutc itbehame .nnmanage-
"abkand dumped its skipper, his
ihndefajid.the crew -on f a: savage
outh Sea" isJandwhere there was
not a single .white man.
Roberts, one. of the sailors, fell
in love th the dusky daughter of
the island Tief and married. This