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I The Arrival of oriian Man In Europe EuropeThe EuropeI
I The race of man described by byMr bvMr byMr
Mr Boyd Dawkins as the river riverdrilt riverdrilt riverdrift
drilt man is probably now as extinct ex extinct extinct ¬
tinct as the cave bear or the mam mammoth mammoth mammoth ¬
moth Late in the Pleistocene Pleistoceneperiod Pleistoceneperiod Pleistoceneperiod
period it disappeared from Europe Europeand Europeand Europeand
and was replaced by a new race racecoming racecoming racecoming
coming from the northeast alonewith alone alonwith alongwith
with the musk sheep and the rein reindeer reindeer reindeer ¬
deer and called by the same emi eminent eminent emitnent <
nent writer the caye man Both Boththe Boththe Boththe
the cave men and the river drift driftmen driftmen driftmen
men were in the stage of culture cultureknown cultureknown cultureknown
known as the Palaeolithic Pal olithic or Old OldStone OldStone OldStone
Stone Age that is they used only onljistone onlystone onlystone
stone implements and these im implements implements implements ¬
plements were never polished or 01ground orround orground
ground round to a fine edge but were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only roughly chipped tntp into shape shapeand shapeand shapeand
and were very rude and irregular irregulaiin
in contour The implements o othe of ofthe ofthe
the river drift men found in Pleis Pleistocene Pleistocene Pleistocene
tocene river beds are very rude rudeand rudeand
and imply a social condition ai aileast at atleast atleast
least as low as that ot the Austra AustraHan AustraTian
Han savages of the present day dayThey dayThey dayThey
They consist says Mr Daw Dawkins Dawkins Dawkins
kins Clot ot the flake the chopper 01 01pebble or orpebble orpebble
pebble roughly chipped to an edg edgon edge edgeon edgeon <
on one side the hache or OVA OVApointed oval oVl1pointed ovalpointed
pointed implement intended for loiuse foruse foruse
use without a handle an oval 01 01rounded or orrounded orrounded
rounded form with a cutting edge edgeall edgeall edgeall
all round which may have beerused been beenused beenused
used in a handle a scraper for foipreparing forpreparlne forpreparingskins
preparingskins preparing skins and pointed flints flintused flintsused flintsused
used for boring borin No pottery o oany of ofany ofany
any sort has been found in associa association association association
tion with these implements noiwere nor norwere norwere
were there any domesticated ani animals ani aniraals animals
mals at that tune The river drift drifmen driftmen driftmen
men were evidently no tillers o othe of ofthe ofthe
the ground neither were the theherdsmen they theyherdsmen theyherdsmen
herdsmen or shepherds but the thegained they theyained theygained
gained ained a precarious subsistence subsistenceby subsistnceby subsistenceby
by hunting the ereatelk great elk and other otheideer otherdeer otherdeer
deer and contended with packs o ohyenas of ofhyenas ofhyenas
hyenas for the caves which might mighsev mightsesve mightserve
sev serve < i as a shelter against thi thi9torm the theIItorm theform
IItorm 9torm form As to what may have beeithe been beenthe beenthe
the social organization of these thesiprimeval theseprimeval theseprimeval
primeval savages nothing what whatever whatever whatever
ever is known They were a wide widespread widespread widespread
spread race Their implements implementhave implementshave implementshave
have been found in more or les lesabundance less lessabundance lessabundance
abundance in Britain Germany GermanyFrance GermanyFrance GermanyFrance
France Spain ItalvGreecenorth ItalyGreecenorthern
ern Africa Palestine and Hindu Hindustan Hindustan Hindustan
stan Their bones have been foundin fount fountin found loundin
in the valleys of the Rhine th thSeine the theeine theSeine
Seine eine the Somme and he Vezere Vezereinsufficient Vezerein Vezereinsufficient
insufficient in sufficient numbers to show tha thathey that thatthey thatthey
they were a dolicocephalic or lorn lornheaded lon lonheaded long longheaded
headed race with prominent jaws jawsbut jawsbut jawsbut
but no complete skeleton has a ayet as asyet asyet
yet been discovered The Th boneand bones bonesand bonesand
and implements of the cave men merare menare menare
are found in association with th thremains the theremains theremains <
remains of the reindeer and bison bisonthe bisonth bisonthe
the th arctic fox the mammoth anc ancthe and andthe andthe
the wooly rhinoceros They ar arfound are arefound arefound <
found in great abundancein south southern southern southern
ern and central England in Bel Belglum Belgium Belgium
gium Germany and Switzerland Switzerlandand Switzerlandand Switzerlandand
and in every part of France bu bunowhere but butnowhere butnowhere
nowhere as yet have havetheir their remain remainbeen rcmainsbeen remainsbeen
been discovered south of the Alp Alpand Alps Alpsand Alpsand
and Pyrenese A diligent explor exploration exploration exploration
ation of the Pleistocene caves o oEngland of ofEngland ofEngland
England and France during th thpast the thepast thepast
past twenty years has thrown throwisome thrownsome thrownsome
some light upon their mode o olife 01 oflife 01life
life Not a trace of pottery ha habeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been found anywhere associated associatewith associatedwith associatedwith
with their remains so that it i iquite is isquite isquite
quite clear that the cave men dii diinot did didnot didnot
not make earthenware vessels vesselsThey vesselsThey vesselsThey
They made borers and anc sav s as well welas wellas wellas
as spears and arrows and besides besidethese besidesthese besidesthese
these stone implements the theused they theyused theyused
used spears and arrows headed headeiwith headedwith headedwith
with bone and daggers o oreindeer 01 01reindeer ofreindeer
reindeer antler Many details o otheir of oftheir oftheir
their life are preserved to u uthrough us usthrough usthrough
through their extraordinary tast tastfor taste tastefor tasteforengraving
for forengraving engraving and carving Man Mansketches
sketches of reindeer mammoths mammothhorses mammothshorses mammothshorses
horses caye cave bears pike and seals sealsand sealsand sealsand
and hunting scenes have beeifound
found by the hundred incised upoiantlers
antlers or bones or sometimeupon
upon stone and the artistic ski skiwhich
which they show is really astonish astonishing astonishing astonishing
ing Among uncivilized races o omen omen
men now living there are nonwhich non nonwhich
which possess this remarkablartistic remarkablartistic
artistic talent save the Eskimos Eskimosand Eskimosand Eskimosand
and in this respect there is completsimilarity
similarity between the Eskimoand Eskimos Eskimosand Eskimosand
and the cave men The resem resemblances resemblances resemblances
blances are not merely generalbut general generalbut generalbut
but extend so far into details tha thaif that thatif thatif
if modern Eskimo remains were t tbe to tobe tobe <
be put into European caves thejwould they theywould theywould
would be indistinguishable in ap appearance appearance
pearance from the remains of thecave the thicave thecave
cave men which are now foumthere founthere
there The Eskimos then an anprobably arprobably
probably the sole survivors of thicave th thcave
cave men of the Pleistocene periodamong period periodamong periodamon
among amon the present people o oEurope
Europe the cave men have left nc ncrepresentatives no norepresentatives norepresentatives
representatives whatever With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the passing away of Pleistocene Pleistocenetimes Pleistocenetimes Pleistocenetimes
times further considerable change changeoccurred changeoccurred changeoccurred
occurred in the geography o oEurope 01 01Europe o1Europe
Europe and in its population InEurope In IrEurope InEurope
Europe were now to be found thebrrrwand the thebr thebr
brrrwand br WIP w and nd grizzly bears the elk elkand elkand elkand
and reindeer the wild boar the theurus theurus theurus
urus or wild ox the wolf and fox foxthe foxthe foxthe
the rabbit and harcand the badger badgerand badgerand badgerand
and along with these there came camethose camethose camethose
those harbingers of the dawn ol olcivilization o ocivilizationthe
civilization civilizationthe the dog and horse horsethe horsethe horsethe
the domestic ox and pie with thesheep the thesheep thesheep
sheep and goat A new race ol olmen
men also the tamers and owners ownersof ownersof ownersof
of these domestic animals had appeared ap appeared appeared ¬
peared on the scene These new newmen newmen newmen
men could build huts of oak logs logsand logsand logsand
and rough planks made by splitting split splitting splitUng
ting tree trunks with wedges thesharp The Thesharp rhesharp
sharp and accurate edge ed e of the theaxe theaxe theaxe
axe unattainable save by grinding grindingis
is the symbol of this new era which whichis whichis
is known to archaeologists arch ologists as theNeolithic the theNeolithic theNeolithic
Neolithic or New Stone Age Somany So Somany Somany
many skeletons have been obtained obtainedof
of the men and women of the theNeolithic theNeolithic theNeolithic
Neolithic period that we can say saywith saywith saywith
with some confidence that the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole of Europe was inhabited by byone byone byone
one homogeneous population un uniform uniform uniform ¬
iform in physical appearance The Thestature Thestature Thestature
stature was small averaging fivefeet five fivefeet fivefeet
feet four inches for the men and andfour andfour andfour
four feet eleven inches for the thewomen theVlomen thewomen
women and the figure was slight slightIn slightIn slightIn
In very recent times timesprobably probably not notmore notmore notmore
more than twenty centuries belore beloreChrist beloreChristEurope beloreChristEurope
Christ ChristEurope Europe was invaded by a anew anew anew
new race of men coming from central cen central central ¬
tral Asia These were the Aryans Aryansa
a race tall and massive in stature staturethe staturethe staturethe
the men averaging at least fivefeet five fivefeet fiveteet
feet eight inches with brachy brachycephaltc brachycephalic brachycephalic
cephalic or round and broadskulls broad broadskulls broadlkulls
skulls with powerful jaws promi
nent eyebrows with faces rather rathersquare rathersquare I Isquare
square or angular than oval with withtair withlalr withlair
lair ruddy complexions and blue blueeyes blueeyes blueeyes
eyes and red or flaxen hair Of Ofthese Ofthes Ofthese
these thes the earliest that came may mayperhaps mayperhaps mayperhaps
perhaps have been the Latin tribes tribeswith tribeswith tribeswith
with the Dorians and Ionians but butthe butthe butthe
the first that made their waythrough way waythrough waythrou
through throu h western Europe to the theshores theshores theshores
shores ol the Atlantic were the theGael theGael theGael
Gael or true Celts After thesecame these thesecame thesecame
came the Kymry then the Teu Teutons Teutons Teutons
tons and finally finallym m very recent recenttimes recenttimes recenttimes
times near the beginning be inning o of the theChristian theChristian theChristian
Christian era erathe the Slavs Wehave We Wehave Wehave
have now carried thisbriel this briel account accountof accountof accountof
of the arrival ol man in Europe as asfar asfar asfar
far as is requisite for o or r present presentpurpose presentpurpose presentpurpose
purpose Starting Irom ages ges ofwhich of ofwhich ofwhich
which only a palacontological pal ontologlcal rec record record record ¬
ord is preserved we have gradu gradually Eradually gradually ¬
ally come down to a period almostwithin almost almostwithin almostwithin
within the kin ol history We have haveseen haveseen haveseen
seen Europe inhabited in succes succession successian succession
sion by four distinct races of menfirstly men menfirstly menfirstly
firstly the men of the river drift driftwho driftwho driftwho
who belonged to a warm climate climateand climateand climateand
and who during the Glacial period periodbecame periodbecame periodbecame
became extinct along with many manyof manyof manyof
of the subtropical mammals withwhich with withwhich withwhich
which they were contemporarysecondly contemporary contemporarysecondly contemporarysecondly
secondly the cave men who be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to a cold climate and of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom the Eskimos are now prob probably probably probably ¬
ably a surviving remnant thirdlythe thirdly thirdlythe thirdlythe
the swarthy Iberians andfourthly andfourthlythe
the fair skinned Aryans Arransthese these two twolatest twolatest twolatest
latest races having havin by intermar intermarriage intermarriage intermarriage ¬
riage given rise to the presentmixed present presentmixed presentmixed
mixed population of Europe EuropeAtlantic EuropeAtlantic EuropeAtlantic
Atlantic MonthlyWIFE Monthly MonthlyWIFE Mo1ttklyWIFE
WIFE CAPTURING IN INDIA INDIAThe INDIAThenative The Thenative Thenative
native States tates of Central India still stillabound stillabound stillabound
abound with Khonds and it is interesting in interesting interestmg ¬
teresting to see that wife captur capturing capturin capturing ¬
ing in is still in vogue among those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who represent the first inhabitants inhabitantsof
of this land The father in quest questof questofa questofa
of ofa a wife for his son or the youngman young youngman youngman
man himself hunts a deer or some somegame somegame somegame
game and starts with a pot of toddy toddyto toddyto toddyto
to the other party and in the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course ot the day he manages to tosettle toseUle tosettle
settle for a wife and then there is isfeasting isfeastmg isfeasting
feasting and drinking in the course courseot courseot courseof
ot which terms are settled The TheI Theoung Theyoung
I young oung man is to serve the girls girlslather girlsfather girlsfather
father for a fixed number ofmonths ot otmonths 01months
months assisting him in clearing clearingthe clearingthe clearingthe
the jungle and in cultivation inhunting in inhunting inhunting
hunting game for food and ingathering in ingathering inga
gathering ga therin wild hpner honer Aftea this thisperiod thisperiod thisperiod
period on a certain day the young youngman you youngman ng ngman
man has to try to carry off hisbride his hisbride hisbride
bride and then follows a hunt alter afterthe alterthe alterthe
the man and a sound thrashing thrashingIf
If the man is able to withstand the theblows theblows theblows
blows and survive the ordeal thenhis then thenhis thenhis
his prize is given back to him or orif orif orif
if the man is able to escape un uncaught uncaught uncaught
caught to the precincts of his vil village villa village ¬
lage la e custom forbids further pur pursuit pursuit pursuit
suit and > she he triumphant man has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the prize prizeNICKEL prizeNICKEL prizeNICKEL
NICKEL AND COBALT FOR SHIPS SHIPSEvery SHIPSEvery SnipsEvery
Every battleship made in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
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Missouri for or part of its material materialDown materialDown materialDown
Down in Madison County is the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous mine Lamotte which furnishes fur furpishes furcishes
pishes cishes nickel and cobalt necessary necessaryin
in the construction of the modern moderniron moderniron moderniron
iron clad vessel There are no noother nJother naother
other nickel and cobalt bearing bearingmines bearingmines bearingmines
mines in this country in operation operationMine operationMine operationMine
Mine Lamotte is said to be the theoldest theoldest theoldest
oldest mine in the United States StatesFor StatesFor StatesFor
For over a century it has been beenturning beenturning beenturning
turning out about the same amountof amount amountof amountof
of mineral When it was first firstopened firstopened firstopened
opened what is now the State of ofMissouri ofMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri was then a Spanish pos possession possession possession ¬
session It is rich in the quality ofnickel of ofnickel ofnickel
nickel required in the manufacture manufactureof
of armor plating platin Manufacturers Manufacturersfind
find it necessary in the composition compositionof
of the Harveyized steel used on the theships theships theships
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Hildesheim which is more than
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chronicles of the ninth century
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ancient cathedral of Hildesheim Hildesheimnear Hildesheimnear Hildesheimnear
near Brunswick and with its itscountless itscountless itscountless
countless blossoms presents in the theseason theseason theseason
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