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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 singingand
and chirping along alon the rivers riversbanks riversbanks riversbanks
banks while close to the house housesome housesome housesome
some owls are hooting from the thetelegraph thetelegraph thetelegraph
telegraph poles and a couple of ofnightjars ofnight ofnightjars
nightjars night jars making merry in their theirmelancholy theirmelancholy theirmelancholy
melancholy way under the blue bluegums bluegums bluegums
gums A light open wagon drawn drawnur
u ur mules takes us some dis disVTrom disIrom distrom
VTrom Irom the homestead into the thekarroo thearroo
karroo arroo soil away from the thentains thentains thentains
ntains Here the mules are areiharnessed areharnessed areharnessed
harnessed and tied up and the the3ogs th thJogs thedogs
Jogs let loose Not a tree to he heaccn heccn heccn
accn ccn anywhere only stretches of ofred ofred ofred
red caliene soil and rhinocerosbushwith rhinoceros rhinocerosbush rh oceros ocerosbush
bush bushwith with here and there a small smallmound smallmound smallmound
mound capped by low thicket thicketcasting thicketcasting thicketcasting
casting a shadow in the moonlight moonlightand moonlightand moonlightand
and showing the centre of an ert ertvark ertvark ertvark ¬
vark subterranean castle Our
host sent a man on in inthe ll llthe
the afternoon to mark the freslburrowings fresh freshburrowings freshburrowings
burrowings and we advance a aonce at atonce atonce
once to the nearest mound In Inmtmfent a amffri1 anirnent
mtmfent mffri1 nt we hear the old dog wh whleads who wholeads wholeads <
leads the van snarling under underground underground underground
ground and then come a grun grunand grunt gruntand gruntand
and some yelps as if one of thi thidogs the thedogs thedogs
dogs has got hurt uRun Run for thi thigunl the thegunl thegun
gunl gun Theres a porcupine in tin tinIholel the theholel thehole
Iholel hole I know his grunt gruntl Singout Sings Singsout Singsout
out one of the party Like at atarrow an anarrow anarrow
arrow I head for the wagon anc ancreturn and andreturn andreturn
return with the gun Thatiright Thats Thatsright Thatsright
right You know how to shoot shooa shoota
a pig We will light fires in the thiescape theescape theescape
escape holes smoke him out anc ancthen and andthen andthen
then you can shoot sh < 1ot him Only Onhremember Onlyremember Onlyremember
remember you must aim low it itthe in inthe inthe
the moonlight The dogs ancalled are arecalled arecalled
called off green bushes proppec proppeci propped proppedi proppedinto
i into the three holes in the rea reaand rear rearII rearand
and set alight while I take my mjwith mystand mystand
II stand on the top of the mound moundwitb moundwith
with my back to the flames m mgun my mygun
J gun un at full cockand the chief exi exiimmediately exit exitimmediately exitimmediately
immediately below me There i ismoke is issmoke issmoke
smoke enough in all conscience conscienceAnother conscienceAnother conscienceAnother
Another moment and there comes comea comesa
a grunt ruDt followed by the sound o oa of ofa ofa
a body stumbling forward am amout and andout andout
out ruches a splendid porcupine porcupimwith porcupinewith porcupinewith
with quills atilt I take careful carefuaim carefulaimthe carefulaimthe
aim aimthe the porcupine is not ten teiyards tenyards tenyards
yards otTaDd off and pull the trigger triggerTUP triggerTUPI triggerTIIPIgoes
TIIPIgoes TUP goes the right hammer hammerbut hammerbut hammerbut
but no report follows I pul pulthe pull pullthe pullthe
the other trigger trig er TJIP goe goethe goes goesthe goesthe
the other hammer but not a ghost ghosof ghostof ghostof
of a report I drop the barrel barrelWhy barrelWhy barrelWhy
Why bless me the gun guris gunis un unis
is not loaded I cry in consterna consternation consternat
t tion Well you are a ninny ninnyexclaims ninnyexclaims
I exclaims somebody amid the roar roaiof roarI roarof
of laughter why on earth didn didnyou didnt didntyou didntyou
I you load it Well I replied repliedI
I saw no cartridges about the thewagon theagon theviagon
wagon agon and naturally concluded concludecthey concludedthey concludedthey
they must be in the gun o ocourse of ofcoursel ofcourse
course coursel That stops their laugh laughter laughter laughter
ter tHe man who brought broughtthe the gun gurto gunto gunto
to the wagon wa on forgot to bring the thecartridges thecartridges thecartridges
cartridges cartridgesBut cartridgesBut cartridgesBut
But the dogs are in again anc ancthis and andthis andthis
this time there can an be no mistake mistakeThe mistakeThe mistakeThe
The subterranean barks growls growlsand growlsand growlsand
and yelps increase in volume bj bjthe b bthe bythe
the second until all at once a dog dogrushes dogrushes dogrushes
rushes out howling with a flap o oskin of ofskin ofskin
skin torn from his shoulder Ah Ahthats Ahthats Abthats
thats the he ertvark The dog has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been under his claws exclaims exclaimour exclaimsour exclaimsour
our host Dig away men anc ancguard and andeuard andguard
guard all the exits The mounc mouncbegins mound moundbegins moundbegins
begins to crumble crumbleunder under the mens mensspades mensspades mensspades
spades and soon dwindles away awayaltogether awayaltogether awayaltogether
altogether revealing revealin a sort of ante anteiffiiffMber anteer anteer
iffiiffMber er from which severa severapassages several severalpassages severalpassages
passages shoot out in different differendirections differentdirections differentdirections
directions One of our host hostshepherds hosts hostsshepherdsa hostsshepherdsa
shepherds shepherdsa a wrinkled little oli olicombination old oldcombination oldcombination
combination of Hottentot am ambushman and andbushmanis andbushmanis
bushman bushmanis is lying flat on thi thiground the theground theground
ground above the hole Watching Watchinjhis Watchingbis
his opportunity he passes a thong thonjround thonground thonground
round one of the ertvarts hind leg legin legs legsin legsin
in a twinkling and with the aid of ofpole a apolct apole
pole and a clever slipknot pull pullthe pulls pullsthe pullsthe
the thon thong tight And now begins beginsan
an extraordinary tugofwar tugofwarfif tugofwarfifteen fif fifteen
teen ten i en and a dog against one onesolitary onesolitary onesolitary
solitary ertvark To the philoso philosopher philosopher philosopher ¬
pher who asked what would hap happen happen happen ¬
pen if an irresistible force tied to tcan toan toan
an immovable object were to startpulling startidling start 3tartpulling
pulling idling in the opposite direction directionI directioncould
I could tell him the rope would wouldbreak wouldbreak wouldbreak
break We on our side are pull pulling pulling pulling
ing with might and main the ertvark ert ertvark ertvark
vark holds on like grim death the thethong thethon thethong
thong thon snaps and andwe we sit it down downmore downmore downmore
more forcibly than elegant per perhaps perhap perhaps ¬
haps hap but still Atillwe we sit down all ol olus 01us ofus
us By the time we were ready to totry totry totry
try again the ertvark has burrowed burroweda
a foot oot deeper into the earth and andthe andthe andthe
the spades have to be brought brou ht into intorequisition intorequisition intorequisition
requisition again This time and andHJjthe andthe andthe
HJjthe the aid ot a bullseye Ian Iann lann
n the old shepherd succeeds in infastening infastening infastening
fastening two thongs one to each eachhind eachhind eachhind
hind leg And now the theertvark ertvark is isno isno isno
no longer immovable he is com coming comng coming ¬
ing ng backwards inch by inch we weare weare weare
are too strong for him and he hegives hegives hegives
gives in A dog rushes forward forwardand forwardand forwardand
and tries to get a bite in some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where but the ertvark gives him himA
A tap and the dog retires with a ahowl ahowl ahowl
howl and a shoulder ripped open openthe openthe openthe
the old bushman skips rotund round and andrains andrains andrains
rains down blows with his knap knopkhrie knapkltrie Imopkitrie
kltrie upon the ertvarks tubular tubulartapering tubulartaperin tubulartapering
tapering snout and long eared earedhead earedhead earedhead
head while we e continue dragging draggingit
it backwards Soon all is over overand overand overand
and the beast is dead The old olddog olddog olddog
dog and the little old bushman bushmanhave bushmanbave bushmanhave
have certainly borne the brunt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fight The former will get the thetongue thetongue thetongue
tongue the latter a ham oi the theertvark theertvarki theertvark
ertvark while our hr h kindly al allots allots allots ¬
lots to me the th skin as o trophy trophyThe tr trophyThe > > phy phyThe
The dead beast is hoisted into intothe intothe intothe
the wagon by four of the men and andthe andthe andthe
the dogs put on the scent again againunder againunder againunder
under a fresh mound Once more morethe moretbe morethe
the barks and growls growlsare are repeatedthe repeated repeatedthe rfpeatedthe
the mound scooped away and the thecentral theal thecgntral
central al gallery laid bare A young younadoer youn youndog youngdog
dog creeps into one of oftlle the passages passagesand passagesand passagesand
and hurries back with a howl of offright offright offright
fright Hullo whats this thisWheres thisWheres thisWheres
Wheres the bulls eyeJust eye eyeJust eyeJust
Just take a look exclaims the thespeaker thespeaker thespeaker
speaker one of our guests hand handing handing handing ¬
ing me the lantern after a pro prolonged pro10n2ed prolonged ¬
longed stare tare into Jn < the e passage I
AJII AJIIstoop
stoop down downthehnleand n flash the lantern into intothcholeand intotbe
thcholeand tbe boleand recoil precipitatelynot precipitatelynota preci itately not nota
a little startled myself by a pair of ofglaring ofglarmg of ofglaring
glaring red eyes set in a villainous villainouslooking villainouslooking villainouslooking
looking Head crowned by a brist bristling bristlin bristling ¬
ling lin mane which I find within a afoot afoot afoot
foot or twool tw tWA 01 my nose when I peep peepdown peepdown peepdown
down the passage IOOh Oh you youneed youneed youneed
need net be be frightened says saysmy s saysmy ys ysmy
my Iriend laughing it is onlv one oneof oneof oneof
of those thos cowardly thieves thie thievesa esa a in mllit mllitToejrldtals zderoejr ide iderotjrffhals
rotjrffhals roejr akaIs spotted hyena Here HereGeluk HereGelulc IlereGeluk
Geluk Geluk I good ood dog at athim athIm athim
him Geluk There is a scramble scrambleand scrambleand scrambleand
and a tussle a sudden comming commingling commint11O commingling ¬
11O ling of barks snarls growls and andyelps andye1ps andyelps
yelps and then old Geluk emerges emergesvictorious emer emergesvictorious es esvictorious
victorious a second time The Thehyena Thehyena Thehyena
hyena is dragged out and promptly promptlyknocked promptlyknocked promptlyknocked
knocked on the head headA headA headA
A GREEK CITY UNEARTHED UNEARTHEDPrivate UNEAITUED UNEAITUEDPrivate UNEAtTI1EDPrivate
Private letters just received r ceive hy a acorrespondent acorrespondent acorrespondent
correspondent of the New York YorkTribune YorkTribll1u YorkTribune
Tribune zing news of most impor important important important ¬
tant discoveries made by the Ger German German German ¬
man arch archaologists < eologists excavating on onthe onthe onthe
the site of the ancient Priene in inAsia inAsia inAsia
Asia Minor opposite the island of ofSamos ofSamos ofSamos
Samos Years ago an English ex expedition expedition expedition ¬
pedition excavated and studied the theTemple theTemple theTemple
Temple of Athena the chief sanc sanctuary sanctuary sanctuary ¬
tuary of the city built at the order orderoi orderof orderof
of Alexander the Great The work workwas workwas workwas
was then abandoned and mean meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile ¬
while the ruins have been so thor thoroughly thorough1y thoroughly ¬
oughly exploitd and wasted by bythe bythe bythe
the neighboring population that thatnothing thatnothing thatnothing
nothing is left 1 lt but a confused onrus d heap eap
of stones thework ex exploring explonng
plonng the ruins of the city cit was re resumed resumed resumed
sumed this time by Germans under undethe undertbe underthe
the direction of the Berlin Berli n Museum Museunand Museumand Museumand
and at the expense ol the PriusiaiGovernment Prussian PrusianGovernment PrussianGovernment
Government The architectural architecturawork architecturalwork architecturalwork
work has been een placed in the hands handof handsof handsof
of the young architect WilhelnWilberg Wilhelm WilhelmWilberg WilhelmWilberg
Wilberg a former student and as assistant assIstant assistant
sistant of Dr Dorfeld The work worlhas worknas workhas
has now proceeded far enough t tdetermine to todetermine todetermine <
determine its extraordinary impor importance importance imporLance
tance A buried city preserve preservealmost preserved preservedalmost preservedalmost
almost in the completeness of Pam Pompeii Pampe Pornpeil
peii pe 1 is coming to light Up to thi thitime this thistime thistime
time no Greek city has been ex excavated excavated excavated
cavated that gives givesany any clue to thi thiarrangement the thearrangement thearrangement
arrangement of streets public publicsquares publicsquares publiisquares
squares monuments and public publiibuildings publicbuildings publicbuildings
buildings or to the architecture o oany of ofany ofany
any considerable number of private privatihouses privatehouses privatehouses
houses Here ve find a city cityto cityto cityto
to be sure of The Hellcnistuperiod Hellenistic Hellcnistlcperiod Hellenisticperiod
period laid out with great regular regularity regularity regularity
ity with streets crossing a aright at atrIght atright
right angles with shops colon colonnades colonnades colonnades
nades market places theatres theatrescouncil a acouncil acouncil
council house and a great number numbeoi numberot numberof
oi private houses preserved in such suclcompleteness suchcompleteness suchcompleteness
completeness as to display the thegeneral their theirgeneral theirgeneral
general architecture distribution distributionof
of space use decoration anc ancequipment and andequipment andequipment
equipment South of the grea greasquare great greatsquare greatsquare
square of the temple alluded t tabove to toabove toabove <
above and closely adjoining adjoini ng it haj hajbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been found the great market plac placor place placeor <
or agora of ofthe the city which was sur surrounded surrounded surrounded
rounded on all allfoursides four sides by broaccolonnad broad broadcolonnad broadcolonnad
colonnad s ol which that on thi thinorth the thenorth thenorth
north side was peculiarly m hie anc ancstately and andstately andstately
stately Adjoining this at one end endand endand endand
and opening at one corner of th thagora the thea theagora <
agora a ora was tound a small square squanbuilding squarebuilding squarebuilding
building constructed somewhat somewhalike somewhatli somewhatlice
like li < e a theatre which was evi evidently evidentlythe lentlj lentljthe lentlythe
the council house of the city Itii Itiimarvellously It is ismarvellously ismarvellously
marvellously well preserved Six Sixteen Sixteen Sixteen
teen rows of seats are still in place placeThe plactThe placeThe
The walls doors windows plat platforms platforms platforms
forms c are all preserved One Ontof Oneof Oneof
of the side walls ends in a massive massivtarch massivear massivearch
arch ar Ch which as being l > elnJt demonstrably demonstrablya
a work of the fourth century u i c cmust cmust cmust
must rank as the earliest or at least leasone leastone leastone
one of oCche the few earliest specimens o ot of oft oft
t e arch in Greek construction constructionThe constructionThe constructionThe
The whole building represents representsomething representssmething representssmething
smething entirely urique in the therelics therelics therelics
relics of ofGreek Greek architecture There Therehas Therehas Therehas
has also been found a small theatre theatrein theatrein theatrein
in which the stage structure the theskene theskene theskene
skene is still standing entire entireThree entireThree entireThree
Three doors open from rom it upon the theorchestra theorchestra theorchestra
orchestra and the proscenium prosceniumwith prosceniumwith prosceniumwith
with its rows cf f f columns and a nd the thearchitrave thearchitrave thearchitrave
architrave above them remains in intact intact intact
tact No Greek theatre as yet dis discovered discovered discovered
covered is so perfectly preservec preservecas
as this and in the future discus discussions discussions discussions
sions of the stage question thi thistructure this thisstructure thisstructure
structure is likely to assume a lead leading leading leading
ing place placeDUTCH placeDUTCH placeDUTCH
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DUTCH EEL FISHING F15H1NGAn An anci ancient ancient ancient
ent Greek is said to have remarked rcmarkeito remarkedto
to some Egyptians You Egypt Egyptians Egvptians Egyptfans
ians worship the eel as a deity deityYour deityYour deityYour
Your idol is my idol too I adore adonhim adorehim adorehim
him in a dish Very much mys raystery mystery mystery
tery hung about eels for centuries centurieas centuriesas
as to whether he was oviparous 01 01viviparous 0 0viviparous or orviviparous
viviparous but light seems to hv hvbeen hpvbeen hwbeen
been shed on this subject by the thrmicroscope themicroscope themicroscope
microscope and the researches o osuch 01 01such ofsuch
such men as Rathke who in 183 183confirmed 1838 1838confirmed 1838confirmed
confirmed the discoveries ot Mon Mondim Mondim Mondini
dim of Bologna and O F Muller Mulleithat Mullerthat Mullerthat
that they were oviparous The Themale Themale Themale
male eel was not discovered until
1873 by Syrski who says the male maleeel maleeel malecel
eel is smaller than the female being beingrarely bein beinrarely beingrarely
rarely met with over 15 5 inches inchesIons incheslont incheslong
Ions and that he is only found in inbrackish inbrackish inbrackish
brackish water or the sea Then Thenagain Thenagain Thenagain
again it is said that minute eels eelshave eelshave eelshave
have been found in ponds not con connected connected connected ¬
nected with streams which seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to point to the supposition that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there must be a race of landlocked landlockedeels landlockedeels landlockedeels
eels Curious old beliefs still cling clingfor clingfor clingfor
for even now there are count county countypeople countrypeople y ypeople
people in England who believe that thatsels thateels thateels
eels are generated from rom short shortlengths shortlengths shortlengths
lengths of hair from a horses tailThe tail tailThe tailThe
The Dutch supply of o eels is im important important ¬
por portant ant and handily accounts accountslor accountslor accountsfor
lor that bit ot o the picturesque picturesqueseen
seen just of oil Billingsgate the theDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch eel boats They are al always always always ¬
ways there the belief being that if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the Dutch eel companies ceased to toDccupythe tooccuPY tooccupy
occuPY Dccupythe the moorings which they theylave theyhave theyhave
have lave held for over a century they theywould theywould theywould
would lose the right The eel eelishing eelfishing eelfishing
fishing industry is carried on in a acry avery avery
very cry systematic manner in Hol Holland Holland Holland ¬
land there being so many water watervays waterways waterways
ways suitable to the eel Every Everysecond Everysecond Everysecond
second Dutchman is a boatman or orisherman orfisherman orfisherman
fisherman During the fishing fishingieason fishingseason fishingseason
season all the small waterways are arcsearched aresearched aresearched
searched by small boats and the theatch thecatch thecatch
catch kept in the wells of these thesejoats theseboats theseboats
boats till the big collecting boats boatsTjalks boatsTjalkscoming boatsTjalkscoming
Tjalks Tjalkscoming coming along take takerom takefrom takefrom
from rom each village boatman or boat boatmen boatmen boatmen ¬
men the catch till they reach Sta Staoren Stavoren Stavoren
voren oren where their cargoes are aretransferred aretransferred aretransferred
transferred to still bigger craft craftyhich craftwhich craftwhich
which yhich are to bring them to Bil Billingsgate Billin Billingsgate
lin lingsgate sgate It is an interesting interestingjight interestinesiRht interestingsight
sight to watch the transference transferencenear translerencenear transferencenear
near the locks at Stavoren The Theels Theeels Theeels
eels els are scooped out of big tanks tanks3ccupying tanksoccupying tanksoccupying
occupying the centre of the boat boatby boatby boatby
by hand nets into baskets and andemptied andemptied andemptied
emptied into the wells in which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they are to be brought to London
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