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I 7 fJ1 JBL JJJJ il SENTINEL SENTINELSiberia SNTI SNTIMtberl
Siberia a Its ltaflwayLelure Hallway HallwayLeiwrt U nw y yLsllfe
Leiwrt Hours HoursIn IIOHrsIn floursIn
In the whole of Siberia there are arenot arenot arenot
not many more people than there thereare thereare thereare
are in London and yet yetyou you might mightput mightput tnightput
put the United States within its itsboundaries itsboundaries itsboundaries
boundaries without touching the theedee theedge theedge
edge anywhere and fill up the thegaps thegaps thegaps
gaps and odd corners with all the iheStates theStates theStates
States of Europe west of Russia RussiaIt
It is an enormous territory in tact tactin lactin factin
in which no one district can be betaken betaken betaken
taken as representing the rest so sothat sothat sothat
that the most contradictory opin opinions opinions opinions ¬
ions concerning it appear in bonks bonksaccording bool booksaccording < s saccording
according to the locality visited by bythe bythe bythe
the writers In a general way it itcan itcan itcan
can be divided into three zones zonesrunning zonesrunning zonesrunning
running right across To the thenorth tbenorth thenorth
north the Tundra stretching in inland inland inland ¬
land from the Arctic Sea swampy swampyand swampyand swampyand
and treeless ranging from ISO to
400 miles in width Then the theTaiga theT theTaiga
Taiga T iga throwing its spurs north northward northward northward ¬
ward along the river valleys as in inits inits inits
its turn it is broken into by by the thearable thearable thearable
arable lands to the south sou tho This is isthe i1the istheSiberianforest
theSiberianforest the Siberian forest Siberian pop poplars poplars poplars ¬
lars says Mr J Y Simpson in inSide inSi inSide
Side Si e Lights on Siberia with withash withasb withash
ash grey stem and quivering quiveringleaves quiveringleaves quiveringleaves
leaves spruces with their regular regularisosoles regularisosoles regularisosoles
isosoles triangled contour and anddark anddark anddarkshading
dark darkshading shading giant giantlarches larches tower toweraUntis towerI towerhnu
aUntis I hnu th thir ir fnllo fVll rraj wvvtiXia o 41 whOSe wllOSCpeculiar wboscpeculiar whOSepeculiar
peculiar branches are crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith crowdedwith
with knoblike bunches ot green greenneedles Rrcenneedles greenneedles
needles Scotch firs with cinnamon cinnamoncolored dnnamoncolored cinnamoncolored
colored upper trunks trunkstoning toning down downto downto downto
to sombre iron grey the Oriental Orientalpitch Orientalpitch Orientalpitch
pitch pine and toward the out outskirts outskirts outskirts ¬
skirts birches with pure white whitegentle whitegentle whitegentle
gentle stems or moistureloving moisturelovingalder moisturelovin moisturelovinalderthese moisturelovingalderthese
alder alderthese these form the body while whilethe whilethe whilethepadding
the thepadding padding is largely lelt to the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small but graceful raceful Siberian spruce sprucewith sprucewith sprucewith
with smoother bark and darker darkerleaves darkerleaves darkerleaves
leaves than the ordinary spruce sprucefir sprucefir sprucefir
fir It is a place of gloom below belowand belowal1d belowand
and silent conflict in midair midairThrough midairThrough midairThrough
Through it and the third zone of ofrich ofrich ofrich
rich agricultural land on which whic it itborders itborders itborders
borders runs the new railway that thatis thatis thatisto
is isto to open the country to colon colonization colonization olon ¬
ization as the Canadian Pacific is isdoing isdoing isdoing
doing for Western Canada This Thiswonderful Thiswonderful Thiswonderful
wonderful railway the longest longestever longestever
ever built by a Government has hasnothing hasnothing
nothing to pay for its landnothng landnothngto
to pay lor parliamentary expenses expenseslegal expenseslegal expenseslegal
legal charges or compensation compensationand
and is not expected to yield a div dividend dividend dividend ¬
idend for for1 a generation And it itis itis itis
is estimated to cost about half as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much as the London Great Western West Western Western ¬
ern and will be about twice as aslong aslong aslong
long The comparison com arlon requires requiresconsiderable requiresconsiderable requiresconsiderable
considerable qualification to be of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much value but it is worth while whilemaking whilemaki whilemaking
making maki rs showing showin the difference differencebetween differencebetween differencebetween
between a railway in a populous populouscountry populouscountry populouscountry
country and one running through througha
a wilderness wildernessThe wildernessThe wildernessThe
The great project took about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty years to think out and was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not of native origin Soon after afterMuraviev afterMura afterMuraviev
Muraviev Mura iev carried Russia to the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific seaboard bv annexing anne ing the themouths themouths themouths
mouths ol the Amur an English Englishengineer Englishengineer
engineer offered to lay a tram road roadacross roadacross roadacross
across Siberia In 1857 r B57 Collins the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American came forward with his hisscheme hisscheme hisscheme
scheme of the Amur Railway
Company from Irkutsk to Chita Chitawhich Chitawhich Chitawhich
which is to form part partofthe of the present presentline presentline presentline
line Nextyear Next V ear three Englishmen EnglishmenMessrs EnglishmenMessrs EnglishmenMessrs
Messrs Morrison Horn and andSleigh andSleich andSleigh
Sleigh proposed propos d to build a rail railway railway railway ¬
way from Moscow through Nijni NijniNovgorod NijniNovgorod NijniNovgorod
Novgorod to Tartar Bay But in intheir intheir intheir
their case as in the others nothing nothingwas nothingwas nothingwas
was done beyond apolite acknowl acknowledgment acknowledgment acknowledgment ¬
edgment ot their suggestions suggestionswhich suggestionswhich suggestionswhich
which were accepted as stimulants stimulantsto
to native energy ener y As it had be become become become ¬
come obvious that as was only onlynatural onlynatural onlynatural
natural and politic the railway railwaywould railwaywould railwaywould
would be entirely a Russian enter enterprise enterprise enterprise
prise foreigners ceased to apply applyand applyand applyand
and plan after plan was submitted submittedby submittedby submittedby
by Russian projectors until suffi sufficient sufficient suficient ¬
cient information had been ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬
tained to warrant the appointment appointmentof
of a special commisson on whose whoserecommendation whoserecommendation whoserecommendation
recommendation the European Europeanlines Europeanlines Europeanlines
lines were in 1878extended across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the Urals to Ekaterinburg and andfour andfour andfour
four years later to Tiumen which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was at first intended to be the de departure departure departure ¬
parture point of the route to the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific Further surveys were werethen werethen werethen
then made and the outcome was wasthe wasthe vasthe
the railway now being built which whichwas whichwas whichwas 1
was estimated to cost 350000000 350000000roubles 350000000roubles 3s0000000roubles
roubles and will almost certainly certainlycost certainlycost certainlycost
cost more Throughout its length lengthit
it keeps well to the south that for formilitary formilitary formilitary
military reasons it may skirt the thefrontier thefrontier thefrontier
frontier and for commercial pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses it may run through throughthe the rich richest riche richet ¬
est e t country and cross the chief chiefrivers chiefrivers chiefrivers
rivers near their sources as they theyare theyare theyare
are navigable The main line linefrom linefrom linefrom
from St Petersburg runs through throughMoscow throughMoscow throughMoscow
Moscow to Riazan and thence on onwards onwards onwards ¬
wards crossing crossin the Volga at Sa Samara Samara Samara ¬
mara and the Bielaya at Ufa to toMiass toMiass toMiass
Miass down to Cheliabinsk where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Great Siberian begins When Whenthe Whent1tenttprise Whenenterprise
the t1tenttprise enterprise was under final con consideration consideration consideration ¬ I
sideration the choice had to be bemade bemade bemade
made between three routes but as asall asall asall
all the three would inevitably meet meetnear meetnear meetnear
near Nijni Udinsk < the shortest shortestthat sbortestthat shortestthat
that through Miass and I nd not notthrough notthrough notthrough
through Tiumen Tiumenwas was determined determinedupon determinedupon determinedupon
upon uponThe uponThe uponThe
The new line thus crossed the theTobol theTobol theTobol
Tobol at Kurgan the Ishim at atPetropavlosk atPetropavlosk atPetropavlosk
Petropavlosk and the Irtish at atOmsk atOmsk atOmsk
Omsk where the bridge brid e is 700 700yards 700yards looyards
yards long and the embankment
4 40 ° feet high It then goes through throughKainsk throughJainsk throughKainsk
Kainsk north of Lake Chani to toKolivan toKolivan toKolivan
Kolivan where it crosses the Obi Obiand Obiand Obiand
and turns northeastward to Atch Atchuisk AtchInsk Atchtusk
tusk From Cheliabinsk to Koli Kolivan Kolivan Kolivan ¬
van it is fairly level and its first firstsection firstsection firstsection
section to Kurgan almost straight straightthe straightthe straightthe
the only curves being to avoid the thelakes thelakes thelakes
lakes marshes bogs and deep deepvalleys deepvalleys deepvalleys
valleys that were in its way At AtKurpan AtKurt7an AtKurgan
Kurpan it enters a fertile zone in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which right away to the Tchulim Tchulimat
at Atchinsk the only engineering elJglOeerindifficulties
difficulties were in bridging the therivers therivers therivers
rivers It seems strange at first firstsight firstsiLht firstsight
sight that it did not go through throughTomsk throughTomsk throughTomsk
Tomsk but tbat city is difficult of ofdirect ofdirect ofdirect
direct approach owing owin to the theswamps theswamps theswamps
swamps and forests in its neigh neighborhood neighborbood neighborhood ¬
borhood and a aadis d is served servedbya by a branch branchline branchhne branchline
line Another town that had to tobe tobe tobe
be left to the northward was Yeni Yeniseisk Yeniseisk i iseisk ¬
seisk the Yenisei being crossed at atKrasoniarsk atKrasoniarsk atKrasoniarsk
Krasoniarsk by a bridge 1000 1000yards 1000yards roooyards
yards long lon Here the line descends descendswith descendswith descendswith
with a rush into nto the valley to rise riseto riseto riseto
to an equal height on the other otherside otheridc otherside
side idc and run up and down all the theway theway theway
way to Irkutsk and Lake Lll < e Baikal Baikalbetween Baikalbetween Baikalbetween
between which and Chita it reaches reachesits reachesiUi reachesits
its summit summitJ level vcl offlCCs of 1065 feet Be BeJ BeG
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yond Atchinsk the country is ismountainous ismountainous ismountainous
mountainous and the road is one onelong onelong onelong
long succession succession of cuttings em embankmtnts embankm embankmtnts
bankmtnts bankm nts and bridges brid es over overravines overravines overravines
ravines Another difficult stretch stretchwhich stretchwhich stretchwhich
which the surveyors surveyorsare are seeking to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid is the hundred odd miles by bythe bvthe bythe
the shore of Lake Baikal where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the track uill ill have to be protected protectedby prDtectedby protectedby
by dykes and retaining walls and andrun andrun andrun
run under granite crags and over overbrawling overbrawling overbrawling
brawling streams and through a atunnel atunnel atunnel
tunnel nearly two miles longwhere longwherethe longwherethe
the mountain spurs drop down downinto downinto downinto
into the lake From Chita the theroute theroute theroute
route as originally projected des descended deocended descended ¬
cended the northern bank of the theAmur theAmur theAmur
Amur to Khabarovkd where it itcrossed itcrossed itcrossed
crossed the river over a long via viaduct viaduct viaduct ¬
duct and whence it struck to tothe tothe tothe
the south to ascend the east eastbank eastbank eastbank
bank of the Ussuri and reach reachVladivostok reachVladivostok reachVladivostok
Vladivostok down hill from Lake LakeKhanka LakeKhanka LakeKhanka
Khanka On a further survey the theroute theroute theroute
route from Khabarovka south southwards southwards southwards ¬
wards known as the Ussuri line linewas linewas linewas
was somewhat modified and as ascompleted ascompleted ascompleted
completed last year it keeps away axvayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the Ussuri river for from two twoto twoto twoto
to twenty miles It is thus almost almostclear almostclear almostclear
clear of the Ussuris floods and is isa isa is isa
a dozen miles shorter than was at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first intended The most difficult difficultportion difficultportion difficultportion
portion ot the whole route which whichfrom whichfrom whichfrom
from Cheliabinsk to Vladivostok Vladivostokmeasures Vladivostokmeasures
measures 4715 47 t 5 miles is that be between between between ¬
tween Chita and Stretensk along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the wild valleys ol the Ingoda and andOhiikd andOllllkd andJhllkd
Ohiikd Midway MIIJWayDetween between these thesetowns thesetowns thesetowns
towns is Onon whence under the theCassmi theCassmi theCasstni
Cassmi treaty of 1896 the Trans TransManchurian TransManchurian TransManchurian
Manchurian line is taken off to toTsitsihar toTsitsihar toTsitsihar
Tsitsihar Here one branch is to torun torun torun
run north to join the theoriginal original road roadanother roadanotherthe roadanotherthe
another anotherthe the alternative mainline mainlinealmost main line linealmost linealmost
almost due east to Nikolskoi Nikolskoijunction Nikolskoijunction Nikolskoijunction
junction on the Ussuri line to toVladivostok toVladivostok toVladivostok
Vladivostok and a third more to tothe tothe tothesouth
the thesouth south and likely to be most mostused mostused mostused
used to Kirin where it branches brancheswith brancheswith brancheswith
with one arm up to Vladivostok Vladivostokand Vladivostokand Vladivostokand
and the other oth r to Port Arthur a abranch abranch abranch
branch from Mukden joining joinin Dining the theexisting theexisting theexisting
existing line from Tientsin at atShanhaikwan atShanhaikwan atShanhaikwan
Shanhaikwan ShanhaikwanPerils Shanhaikwanorlls ShanhaikwanIorile
Perils orlls Encountered ll by DiversDavid DiverDavid Divers DiversDavid
David Palon in uGo41d Coed Words WordsDivers WordsDivers It ItDiver
Divers who have been down in inforeign inforeign inforeign
foreign seas tell of exciting en encounters encounters encounters ¬
counters with sharks But it ap appears appears appears
pears that the demon of the thesea thesea thesea
sea with all its voracity is a little littletimid littletimid littletimid
timid in presence of the strange strangecreature strangecreature strangecreature
creature that wears a shining hel helmet belmet helmet ¬
met with the eye of a Gorgon and anda
a long plume of hissing air bub bubbles bubobles bubbles ¬
bles A diver who wh spent some someyears someyears someyears
years at the Australian pearl fish fisheries fisheries fisheries ¬
eries describes in this way his first firstencounter firstcmcounter firstencounter
encounter with a shark sharktlI I felt feltinstinctively feltinstinctively feltinstinctively
instinctively he says a strange strangepresence strangepresence strangepresence
presence before I saw anythingThe anything anythineThe
The small fish usually found in ingreat ingreat ingreat
great numbers among Ihe corals coralshad coralshad coralshad
had entirely disappeared and the theabsence theI theabsence
I absence of these flitting flittinglittle little com companions companions companions ¬
panions when one has been accus accustomed accustomed accustomed ¬
tomed to them produces the effect effectof effectof effectof
of intense stillness A Acreepy creepy in indefinable indefinable indefinable ¬
definable sensation of dread took tookhold tookhold tookhold
hold of me and it became one of ofdownright ofdownright ofdownright
downright terror when I turned turnedand turnedand turnedand
and saw within ten feetol feet ot me the thebulk thebulk thebulk
bulk of an immense shark The Thecreature Thecreature Thecreature
creature lay almost almo t motionless motionlesshalf motionlessh3lf motionlesshalf
half hidden among a mass of cob cobweb cobweb cobweb
web corallines My first thought thoughtwas thouJhtwas thoughtwas
was to be pulled up but as fish fishhave fishhave fishhave
have human nature enough to want wanta
a thing as soon as they see it is isbeing isbeing isbeing
being taken away from them I Irejected Irejected Irejected
rejected the idea A sweep of its itstail itstail itstail
tail and the great fish and I were wereface wereface wereface
face to face Holding my breath breathI
I stood perfectly still my heart heartbeating heartbeatmg heartbeating
beating wildly and my eyes eve riveted rivetedon
on the wicked eyes and cavernous cavernousmouth cavernousmout cavernousmouth
mouth mout of the shark I felt that the themonster themonster themonster
monster was inspecting inst > ecting me with withsome withsome withsome
some curiosity and after a a few fewmoments fewmoments fewmoments
moments I became aware that by byan bvan byan
an almost inperceptible motion of ofits ofits ofits
its flexible tail it was gradually graduallyapproaching graduallyapproaching < raduanyapproachine
approaching me Nearer and andnearer andnearer andnearer
nearer came the shark the shovelshaped shovel shovelshaped shovelshaped
shaped nose pointed directly to tomy tomy tomy
my face glass Flesh and blood bloodcould bloodcould bloodcould
could stand it no longer and with witha
a yell I threw up my arms In Instantly Instantly Instantly ¬
stantly there was a swirl of water watera
a cloud of mud and my enemy enemyvanished enemyvanished enemyvanished
vanished vanishedAnother vanishedAnother vanishedAnother
Another shark story this time timefrom timefrom timefrom
from theWest the West Indies A large largesteamer lar largesteamer e esteamer
steamer the th diver relates had hadstruck hadstruck
struck on a reef and then slipped slippedoff slippedoff slippedoff
off into deep water taking down downwith downwith downwith
with her the mails and a valuable valuablecargo valuablecargo valuablecargo
cargo There were some papers papersthat papersthat papersthat
that were particularly wanted and andI
I was in the chart room under und r the thebridge thebridge thebridge
bridge working lor them when whensuddenly whensuddenlv whensuddenly
suddenly as I turned I saw the thesnout thesnout thesnout
snout of a wicked shark close to tome tome tome
me It was a nice fix to be pinned pinnedup pinnedUI pinnedup
up UI in the corner of a little square squareroom squareroom Jquareroom
room with a big brute between me meand meand meand
and the door I went creepy all allover allover allover
over I can tell you But I kept keptstill keptstill keptstill
still and so did he except that he heworked heworked heworked
worked a fin lazily like a screw screwsteamer screwsteamer screwsteamer
steamer holding holclin on agains the thetide thetide
tide I got the knife in my belt beltloose beltloose beltloose
loose and waited The shark evi evidently evidently evidently ¬
dently did not know what wh t to make makeof makeof makeof
of me and gradually drifted over overto overto overto
to the other side of the room I Ibegan Ibe 1began
began be 4n then to move toward the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door and had almost reached it itwhen itwhen itwhen
when the shark made a sudden suddenrush suddenrush suddenrush
rush in the some diretlonanddisappeared direction diretlonand diretlonanddisappeared and anddisappeared
disappeared Which ot us got the thebigger thebi thebigger
bigger bi ger fright fri ht I dont know knowBut knowBut knowBut
But encounters with sharks dont dontalways dontalways dontalways
always end so Some years ago agoau agoau agoau
au English diver who was at work workon workon workon
on a sunken wreck of off the island islandof islandof islandof
of Diego Garcia had a visit from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the same shark every day for a aweek aweek aweek
week At first he had no trouble troublein troublein
in scaring it away it was enough enoughit
it he gave a turn to the escape escapevalve escapevalve escapevalve
valve in his helmet and let out a alittle alittle alittle
little air But at the end of the theweek theweek theweek
week it had become very trouble troublesome troublesome troublesome ¬
some The diver signalled for a aknife aknife aknife
knife and a looped rope and then thenboldly thenboldly thenboldly
boldly held out his bare hand as a abait abait abait
bait to the shark The monster monstercame monstercame monstercame
came on with a rush and was turn turning tunIO ttrning ¬
ing IO on itsback its back when it was stabbed stabbedby stabbedby stabbedby
by the diver who then passed the theloop theloop theloop
loop round its body and sent it up upto upto upto
to the surface A cool head should shouldcertainly shouldcertainly shouldcertainly
certainly be included in the equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment of a man why seeks to earn earnhis earnhis earnhis
his bread in the sea seaA seaA seaA
A note from a recent report by
Mascart says that a north pole hadbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been found at Kotchetooks a vil village village village ¬
lage in Russia The magnetic magneticneedle magneticneedle magneticneedle
needle assumes als n1es a vertical position positionat
at this point and the horizontal horizontalneedle horizontalnee horizontalneedle
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