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Dajn In tlio Arctic ArcticThe ArctloThe trctIcThe
The weather throughout throughoutist our ourfirst ourrst
first rst spring sprin springjourney journey in 1897 says saysFrederick saysFrederick S Sf
f Frederick G Jackson in Harpers HarpersMagazine FlarptrsMagai11t Harp
Magazine was severe in thereme the ex extreme exreme ¬
> 4 treme reme During the two months monthswe monthswe mon monwe
we were away we only enjoyed enjoyedrteen enjoyedrteen enjoi enjoirteen
rteen and a half tolerably fine fineys fineshigh I Iyshigh
ys shigh high gales aIes driving snow snowlick snowick snc sncick
ick mist and often very low tem temicratures terneratures te teeratures
eratures comprised the fare pro provided provided p pvitled ¬
vided for us On March 28 8 at our ourtamp ournear c ccamp
tamp near the entrance entranced 01 Cricht CrichtSomerville Crichton CrichtonSomorville CrichtonSomQrville
Somerville Bay we Here kept keptour in inpur inour
pur our tent t nt by a severe gale I exam examined examined exa examed ¬
ined the dogs soon after we turned turnedout turnedout turn turnout
out of our furs and found them themburled themburied th thburied
buried in the snow but apparently apparentlyall appareni appareniall
all well ell Three hours afterwards afterwardsfound afterwar afterwari
1 i found one dog frozen to death deathand deathand deal dealand
and and its body as hard as a rock rockanother rockj rockjanother roc rocanother
another dog was frozen fast in the theice theIce t tace
ice and we had to hack it out with witha wi wia
a small pick to get e it free The Thefollowing Thefollowing T Tfollowing
following day another ot our do dobroke dogs dogsbroke dogsbroke
broke down and we carried him himon h hI hIon m mon
on our sledge sled e in the endeavor endeavorkeep to tokeep tokeep
keep him alive alivej but the poor little littlebeast littlebeast liti litibeast
beast faithful and plucky to the thelast thelast t tlast
last gradually froze to death Tw T Tor o oor 0or
or three days two more dogs ended endectheir endedtheir end endtheir
their days We wrapped them up upin upin i iin
in skins when we camped and andgave andgave I Igave
gave them a nip of whisky each eachthe in inthe inthe
the hope of teviving them but butno to tono tono
no avail It was a sad time for forthus us usthus usthus
thus to see our animals die one oneafter oneafter oi oiafter
after another to say nothing of o o131 o131loss the theloss the1oss
loss of draught power which ren renidercd rendered re redered
dered progress at all very difficult difficultAt difficultAt difficu difficuAt
At that time too we could not noteven noteven n neven
even guess at the length of the thejourney thejourney tI tIjourney
journey in front of us We had hadset hadset h hset
set out to go round the western westernland westernland westei westeiland
land and meant to accomplish it itThe itThe i iThe
The fluctuations in temperature temperaturetoo temperaturtoo
too were very trying tryin Frequently Frequentlywith Frequentlvwith Frequentiwith
with the onset of a southeast gale galeit galeit ga gait
it rose from 40 deg below zero to I
38 18 8 deg above within thirtysix thirtysixhours thirtysixboursaltering thirtysihoursaltering
hours boursaltering altering our garments garmentswhich garmentswhich garmentwhich
which previously had been frozen frozenas froze frozeas
as hard as sheets ot o galvanized galvanizediron galvanizediron galvanizeiron
iron so that it took us hours to toget toget t tget
get into them to a astate state of noisome noisomemoistness noisomemoistness noisonimoistness
moistness and everything inside insidethe Insidethe insid insidthe
the tent would be in a condition cpndicion of ofdrip ofdrip c cdrip
drip Down again would w uld go the thetemperature thetemperature th thtemperature
temperature arid the rockiness of ofour ofour c cour
our clothes and equipment would wouldbe wouldbe woul woulbe
be increased This addition of ofmoisture ofmoisture c cmoisture
moisture and ice in our clothes clothesibesidcs clothesIbesides c1othebesides
besides being inconvenient and anduncomfortable anduncomfortable an anuncomfortable
uncomfortable greatly reat1y increased increasedour increasedour increaseour
our weights To give an instance instancemy instancemy instanccmy
my militza fur furjumper jumper which on onleaving onleaving o oleaving
leaving the hut weighed a little littleunder littleunder littl littlunder
under ten pounds on our return returnscaled returnscaled retur returscaled
scaled nearly thirty pounds The Therises Therises 1h 1hrises
rises of temperature and conse consequent consequent consequent ¬
quent wet in the tent caused our ourfurs ourfurs ou oufurs
furs to rot and the stench made madethereby mtdethereby mad madthereby
thereby was absolutely indescrib indescribable inde3cribable indescribable ¬
able ableDuring During our first sledge journey journeyof journeof
of last spring we were on severa severaoccasions several severaloccasions severaloccasions
occasions cut off otrby by open sea water waterof waterof wate wateof
of course with masses of floating floatingice floatingice f1oatin f1oatinice
ice in it running right up to the theice theice thi thiice
ice precipices which fringe the thecoast thecOiLst thi thicoast
coast thus thusstoppingall stopping all further ad advance advance advance ¬
vance on the sea ice and obliging obligingus obligingus
us to search for a spot where aided aidedTjy aidedby aidecby
by high snowdrifts we could hauours1edgecby haul haulour haulour
our ours1edgecby sledges by neans of ofapurchas ofapurchasup a purchase purchaseup
up the face of the glacier and thus thusenable thusenable thnienable
enable us to climb up the t e steep in incline incUne indine
cline of the ice clad land This Thiswork Thiswork Thi Thiwork
work entailed excessive labor laborhauling laborhauling laborhauling
hauling our sledges simply foolby foot footby footby
by foot as the five remaining dogs dogsstopped dogsstopp dog5stopped
stopped stopp d every eight or ten yardsand yards yardsand yardsand
and could only onlybesartedagain be sarted s arted again by byi
i I hauling up the sledges and by byshouting byshouting byshouting
shouting ourselves hoarse The Thewhip Thewhip Thewhip
whip is of little use when every everymuscle evervmuscle everymuscle
muscle has to be strained to move moveat moveat moveat
at all au and besides being beln repugnant repugnantto
to any anyone one fond of ofanimals animals tends tendsto tendsIto tendsto
to discourage rather than to spurthem spur spurthem spurIthem
them on and Dr Armitage seldom seldomused seldomused seldomvised
used it There is a popular pic picture picture plcture ¬
ture oi dog driving of ala a man seated seatedon seatedon seatedon
on a sledge III edge twirling a long whip whiparound whiparound whiparound
around his head and careering careeringgaily careeringaily careeringgaily
gaily aily along long at the rate of ten or ortwelve ortwelve ortwelve
twelve miles an hour behind a ateam ateam ateam
team ot dogs This unfortunately unfortunatelyis
is anything but a true one We Wenever Wenever Wenever
never thought oi o riding ridln upon asledge a asledge asledge
sledge but were more than con contented contented contented ¬
tented if it could be kept in motionat motion motionat motionat
at a slow walk by the united efforts effortsof elIortsof effortsof
of the animals and ourselves Ihauled I Ihauled Ihauled
hauled in a trace ahead of ofthe the dogs dogsand dogsand dogsand
and led the way while my cornpanion com companion companion
panion by continuous shouting shoutingand shout shouttn shouttnand n nI nand
I and occasional use of the whip whipkept whipI whipkept
I kept the dogsat their work and andwhenever andwhenever andwhenever
whenever the th sledges stoppedwhich stopped stoppedwhich stoppedwhich
which they did at the smallest ob obBtruction obstructionby obstructionby
structionby Btruction by hauling and shoutding shout shouting shoutJng
ding got them started again againOn againoDn againon
On < more than one occasion we wenearly wenearly wenearly
nearly lost our pony down crevas crevasses ere crevasses vas vasses ¬
ses when toiling over the highglacier high highglacier highglacier
glacier land One day last spring springI
I was leading as usual with herand her herand herand
and Mr Armitage was following followingin
in my tracks with the dog team teamOn teamOn teamOn
> On the even surface of the snow snowthere snowt
t there is nothing whatever to indi indicate indicate mdicate
cate the yawning dark chasms chasmsl chasmshundreds
l hundreds of feet in depth which whichlie whichlie whichUie
Uie lie concealed around us by light lightbridges lichtbridges lightbridges
bridges of snow only a few inchesin inches inchesin inchein
in thickness The snow covered coveredsurface coveredsurface coveredsurface
surface oi the glacier looks as firmand firm firmand firmand
and stable as Piccadilly not even evena evena
a slight depression in the snowmarks snow snowmarks snowmarks
marks the hideous pitfall below belowand belowand belowand
and the inexperienced traveller travellerwould travelterwould travellerwould
would probably tramp on with a afeeling afeeline afeeling
feeling of perfect security We Wehowever Wehowever Wehowever
however had gone on glaciers glaciersmany glaciersmany glaciersmany
many times before Suddenlywithout Suddenly Suddenlywithout Suddenlywithout
without a moments warning warningBrownie warningBrownie warningBrownie
Brownie dropped through the thesnow thesnow thesnow
snow crust with all four legs and andhung andhung andhung
hung suspended by a light bridge bridgeof bridgeof bridgeof
of snow over a gaping abyss the theblack theblade theblacic
black depths of ofwhich which the eye couldnot could couldnot couldnot
not fathom Fortunately she was Nastoo wastoo as astoo
too much frightened and Jtoo too exbausted ex exhausted exhausted ¬
hausted to move a musc muscje rnusce e other otherwise otherwise otherwise ¬
wise she would have disappearedatonce disappeared disappearedrat disappearedatonce
rat atonce once taking takingthe the sledges with her herMy herMy hery
My y companion mpanion seeing seein what had hadhappertedat hadhappel hadhappeiledat
happertedat happel dat once came to my V help helpbut helpbut helpbut
but unvMsely stepped off his ski skiwhich sklwhieh skiwhich
which re a great protection in insuch insuch insuch
such easels casesand and at once droppedthrough dropped droppedthrough droppedthrough
through i ito lo the crevass up to his hisarms hisarms hisarms
arms I itaust confess that the thenext thenext thenext
next few I seconds were anxious anxiousones anxiousones anxiousones
ones as I endeavored to hold up upthe upthe upthe
the pony ponywith with one hand and to torender torender torender
render assistance as istance to Mr Armitagewith Armitage Armitagewith Armitagewith
with tlat other However he for fortunately fortunatedy fortunale4y ¬
tunately managed to scramble outinto out outinto outmto
into safety saYety and by passing a line lineround lineroun linerounc
roun round the ponys neck we succeedqd suc succeeded succeed ¬
ceeded ceed ceedqd d in extricating htr from her herperilous herperil herperil4us
perilous peril us positionTwb position positionTwo positionTw
Two Tw days later we sustained a asevere asever aeverc
severe everc loss in the death ofour of our poor poorl
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pony We had been confined confinecour to toour toour
our tent by a hard gale of wind windcombined windcombined wi wicombined
combined with heavy driving sn snand snow snowand snowand
and dense mist and our little littlecampment en encampment encampment ¬
campment was all buried in indriits the thedrifts thedri
drifts dri ts The view from our tent tentwas tentwas t twas
was limited to ten yards beyond beyondwhich beyondwhich beyc beycwhich
which we could see nothing nothingBrownie nothingBrownie nothii nothiiBrownie
Brownie and our five remaini remainidogs remaining remainingdogs remainingdogs
dogs had been getting woaker and andweaker andweaker a aweaker
weaker and we still knew not the thedistance thedistance I Idistance
distance that separated us from our ourhut ourhut c chut
hut on Cape Flora or how laryet far we wevet wevet
vet had to travel On the evening eveningof eveni eveniof
of the second of this charming charmingweather charmingweather charmi charmiweather
weather I heard her struggling strugglingget to toget toget
get upon her feet and I went out outside outside o oside ¬
side the tent to render assistance assistancein assistan assistanin
in which Mr Armitage shorl shorlafterwardsjoined shortly shortlyafterwardsjoined shortlyafterwardsjoined
afterwardsjoined me For an hour hourin hourin hoi hoiin
in the howling gale we endeavorto endeavored endeavoredto
to get her up but she was too weak weakto weakto we weto
to stand We wrapped her up upher in inher inher
her blanket coat and made her hercomfortable as ascomfortable ascomlortable
comfortable as jve e could gIVII gIVIIher giving givingher givingher
her the last handful of oats kept keptfor keptfor ke kebr
for an emergency I knew it was wasall wasall w wall
all over oer with her Next morning morningI mornii morniiI
I found her dead and frozen hard hardWe hardWe liar liarWe
We felt very sad at the death of our ourpoor ourpoor o opoor
poor old pony At the hut si sihad she shehad shehad
had become quite one of ofthe the fam family famaly far farilyl ¬
ily and in good weather weatherran ran abo aboloose about aboutloose aboutloose
loose as she pleased She had been beena bei beia
a faithful servant to us and I n nbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been promising her all sorts sortsrzood of ofGood offIood
Good times for the rest of her Ii Iiif life lifeif lifeif
if I could only get her back backEngland to toEngland toEngland
England in safety Poor anim animshe animal animalshe animalshe
she deserved a better fate than to toleave toleave I Ieave
leave eave her bones on that dism dismilent dismal dismalsilent dismalsilent
silent ilent glacier With hr h r too died diedmore diedmore dic dicmore
more than half our remaining remainingdraught remaininpdraught remainir remainiriraught
draught power and necessitating necessitatingour necessitatir necessitatirur
our ur discarding dscar ing three sledges andtreat and a agreat agreat
great portion of our equipment equipmenttaking equipmenttaking equipmenaking
taking with us such articles oni oniIs only onlyas onlyas
as Is were essential to life or for scien scientific scientific scieiific ¬
tific ific investigationsCHILDREN investigations investigationsCHILDREN investigationsCmLDREN
CHILDREN WHO HAVE RULE RULEIIE RULED RULEDTHE RULEDTilE
THE IIE WORLD WORLDTo To the sombre phil philosopher philosophtr phi phisophcr ¬
osopher the Cuban war stands fc fcstruggle for fora fora
a struggle between a youngand young and an anold anold a aId
old Id civilization civilazationj it is the old fight fightof fightof figi figif
of f the Saxon against the Celt R Rduce Rduce Rluce
duce this to the personal equation equationand equationand equatiornd
and nd it appears as a the attempt of ofremocracy a ademocracy ademocracy
democracy to snatch his coming comingpower comingpower comin cominower
power power ower from a king in an Eton Etonjacket Etonjacketj Eto Etoacket
jacket acket for behind that imposinId imposing imposingold imposingold
old Id Constitution stands a little boy boyin boyin bo boI
in I knicKerbockers knicKerbockersAIf knicicerbockersAlf9nso Alfonso nso XII XIIunluckiest XIII XIIIunluckiest XIIIunlut
unluckiest unlut kiest of numbers If his hismajesty hismajesty hi hiajesty
majesty ajesty were twentyone instead insteadof In3teadftwelve instea insteaftwelve
of ftwelve the war would lose much muchof muchof mud mudf
of f its essential pathos which ap appeals appeals apeals
peals eals to the chivalrous instincts of ofmost ofmost c ciost
most iost people As a war proper properit proper properit piopewould
it would scarcely interest the tacti tacticians tacticians tactilans ¬
cians lans Spam is always the land of ofthe ofthe a ae
the e Infante Today it is the king kingdom kingdom kingom ¬
dom om of an infant just as it was wassixty wassixty wa waxty
sixty xty five years ago when the theKings theKing tb tbings
Kings King ings grandmother Isabella IIscended II IIascended IIascended
ascended the throne at the age of ofthree ofthree o oiree
three iree assuming the theactual actual govern government gelvernment governient ¬
ment ient when she was thirteen Cu Curiously Currou Cuously ¬
rrou riously ously ly enough at that time both bothparts bothparts botiarts
parts arts of the Iberian peninsula were wereruled wererulefl werisled
ruled sled by little girls girlsand and both werein wenI were werein
in I touch with the American conti continent continent contint ¬
nent nt inasmjch as Brazil was in inthe anthe ii iiIC
the IC keeping of a little boy poor poorPedro poorPedro pooiedro
Pedro edro II then aged eight The Theroad Theroad Thcad
road ad these three children had to totravel totravel tc tcavel
travel avel was as hard as Alfonso the theThirteenths theThirteenths thchirteenths
Thirteenths Isabellas path was wasespecially wasespecially wa wapecially
especially pecially thorny Her mother motherMaria motherMaria motheraria
Maria aria Christina shocked the gran grandees grandees graries ¬
dees es of Spain by contracting in i
1833 33 a morganatic marriage a few fewmonths fewmonths fe feouths
months ouths after the death of ofher her hus husband husband husmd ¬
band md She plotted and planned to tomarry tomarry tcarty
marry arty Isabella who ultimately ultimatelywedded ultiJ1latelywedded ultimatelyadded
wedded added her cousin Francisco de deAssisi deAssisi dessisi
Assisi ssisi Maria ultimately had to togo togo totO
go to France in 1854 and Isa Isabella Isabella Isalla ¬
bella lla was expelled to the same samecountry samecountry sameuntry
country untry in 1868 abdicating two twoyears twoyears twoars
years ars later in favor of her son Al Alionso Alfonso Alnso
ionso nso XII father of the present presentboy presentboy Presenty
boy y king Maria of Portugal Portug l also alsofound alsofound alsound
found und life a worry Her father fatherDom fatherDom fatheram
Dom am Pedro IV abdicated in her herfavor herfavor hervor
favor vor in 1826 when she was seven sevenkeeping sevenkeeping seveneping
keeping eping Brazil for himself and his hisson hisson hisn
son n Pedro Maria who was bqrn bornin bqrnin
in 1819 should have married her herfathers herfathers herhers
fathers hers brother Dom Miguel But Butshe Butshe Bute
she e didnt She Sheespoused espoused first the thePtince thePtince theince
Ptince ince of Leuchtenberg and then thenPrince thenPrince thenince
Prince ince Ferdinand of olSaxe Saxe Coburg Coburgcousin Coburgcousin Coburgusin
cousin usin of our own Prince Consort Consortand Consortand Consortd
and d the grandfather of the present presentKing presentKing presentng
King ng of Portugal As a matter of offact offact oft
fact t Miguel managed to hold the thethrone thethrone therone
throne rone for six years 182834 but butMaria bltMaria butaria
Maria aria was ultimately restored in inthe inthe inlatter
the latter year in which by the theway theway theyI
way yI her father died and reigned reignedtill reignedtill reignedL
till L her death in 1853 Her brother brotherPedro brotherPedro brotherdro
Pedro dro whom she replaced in Por Portugal Portugal Poral ¬
tugal al and in vhose favor her father f4therresi fatheriigned fatherresigned
resigned resi iigned ned the crown of Brazil was wasa wascharming
a charming man but he was an ananachronism ananachronism anachronism
anachronism achronism for or the Brazilians Braziliansdrove Hrazi1iansdrove BraziliansVC
drove VC him out in 1889 and he died diedof diedof dieda
of a broken heart two years later laterIf laterIfvou laterhTOU
If Ifvou you are superstitious these mem memories memes em emories ¬
ories es of Iberia and America of oisixty ofsixty ofty
sixty ty odd years ago a o are scarcely scarcelyauspicious scarcelyauspicious scarcelyspicious
auspicious spicious for the King in the Eton Etonjacket EtonjacketEl1gise EtonkeLEnglith
jacket jacketEl1gise keLEnglith English Illustrated MagaARP Maga Magazine MagaJl ¬
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CARP ARP A CENTURY OLD aLDStories aLDStoriesmore Stories Storiesmore
more re or less authenticated of f fishich fish fishwhich fishwhich
which ich have attained extreme old oldage oJdage oldare
age are common It seems how however however howr ¬
ever r thatin that in the pondof Emmanuel Emmanuelcollege Emmanuelcollege Emmanuellege
college lege Cambridge Cambrid Cambride e there dwell dwellfour dwellfour dwellir
four ir carp concerning one of which whichthere whichthere whichre
there re is fairly strong circumstan circumstantial circumstantial circumstanL ¬
tial L evidence to prove that it is isnearly isnearly isirly
nearly irly 150 1 SO years old It has only onlyone onlyone onlyeye
one eye and Rev A G L Bow Bowline Bowlintt Bowg ¬
line g recollects a one eyed carp insame in inthe inthe
the same pond in 1867 which he hewas hewas heS
was S told at the time was over moirs too tooyears 100years
years irs old Since then he has cis ciscovered cisered is iscovered
covered ered in Sir John Hawkinsstion Hawkinss Hawkinssedition i iedition
edition tion of Waltons Complete CompleteAngler CompleteAngler Completegler
Angler gler publishedin published in 17913 1791 a loote loot lootnote lootnote
note e quoting an article of a daily dailypaper dailypaper dailyer
paper er published publ shed in August 1783 1783to 1782to r8s r8sthe
to the effect that in the basin of ofEmmanuel ofEmmanuel ofmanuel
Emmanuel manuel College Cambridge Cambr1dgeacarp ap a acarp
carp p was still sUll1iving living that had been beenin beenin beenhe
in the he water thirtysix years which whichthough whichthough whichugh
though ugh it had lost one me eve knew knewand knewand
and 1 would constantly constantlyapproach approach itsper its itskeeper itskeeper
keeper per There arc of course courselarge courselar coursege
large lar ge e gaps between be ween the dates ofi6 of
1746 i6 when the carp is said to have havebeen havebeen haven
been n placed in the water 1783
1867 7 and 1893 But seeing that thatin thatin
in 1781 a one eyed carp was then thencredited thencredited thendited
credited dited with thirty six years of oiresidence ofresidence ofidence
residence idence that in 1867 a one eyed eyedcarp eyedcarp eyedp
carp p said to be Clover over 100 years yearsold yearsold yearsI
old I was still tilI there thereand and that thata a one oneeyed oneeyed oned
eyed d carp believed b lieved to be of great greatI greatage
age is there still the conclusion conclusionis conclusioniatural
I is natural that it has been the same samei sameone
i one C eyed carp all the time
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