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I a < n of ofTbir f II I I I Tilley fil secretary crtlr nnd 111111 111111ur itnilurr treiia treiiaurr
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at 3et1 or jr r land la Ill for a 1 L summer lmlr homo homoiis hUI hUIII I Itu
iis anything for the Ih eiiifit eiiifiti >
rfcis rfcisof tu i4 j Ihlll hlllt
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of o hi hiqentiv II h i ° w mOlth11 llflt son I ii iit
qentiv qentivwn t t1tV 11 h iuiir 11 Mr 11 Tilley bought ht other othert 011 011a otIt4raJc
a aJc t I t rtiiH 111 until li U11tI ht h < had hal coin 01 otniVWfl to tof t ttn
itfl and here hereKj h ht hrtno
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tn t e no nol4lt Kj I 4 4 i 11 > is year Y ar uroimd arolli hom homh 11ln 11lnII on onLiII <
l4lt II it itTlley tl h < bird llll i it farm of his son 1 0 1 I Iile 1I
Tlley TlleyRytr 11 I ile h plan 11 is I now l st known knowni knowl knowlIr
Rytr Rytrrru B It 11 i 1 ho son wm W IB 1f he h hail owjied owjiedTh uJIdI
Ir i man l rsd hriI4 > of f chickens ducks ducksMt k klt
rru r rl1 rII tl
I and had taken koi
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thm tit hit nn < In a i while it t takes tk to 10nil tOair th thnir
air nil la I lKht High it 1 prodigious lwdiKlul bin to nor Ila In Inrv Int
4 rv TI4It t cinlliiu linll einIii sweep swc if If r a i mil 11 or more morehigh nlr
high hllh around Huul in tl field 11 fl II hut II always aW to tolunl o re return r rturn
turn to the Ih ofh othr r er i ritn ritnOn ne n nOn j jOn
On the Ih placn pi altogether allnjth thernar Ihr rarely
l I vt than th thr thrri s < or I four fUl thouiuiml thouI1 birds birdsoften hlnL hlrdaofttn
often nftm theru thtr urv I ir eight or ten I thousand thounr
hut lt in 11 man I feeds them all al So It U i
lllnitly < Iln ly known klown that nil 11 the th bints Iir get getwhat gtwh4t t twhII
what they Ih ought to t have h mid lUl tho thl right rightiirnoiinu rlgh rightIIIllohlnt4
iirnoiinu 1llt4 ntul I hut Ihll all ni arc 01 nr f f1 titI d Thin Thinwork Thil ThjiWork
work k ip > > In tiu man Ina tolonibly busy anil anilHI Ind Ifldt
HI 111 t ill II tt i not lt t14 t < 1Ii iiiii Ut I i > no l4 0 difficult lnlll I 1M ii an it I might mightseem ml mighttn < ht
seem 1 tn for thn th reason mlol that thlt there h lire IIlany many
birds hal that are ar fed in 1 grent Hocks lok oil al at atOIICI atIl atIct
OIICI Il Ict >
OIICIAll IctAll All 1 ih tho green Kr1 food that thn th birds re retpiir 1 r rqnIr
tpiir is I s raised nl1 on I the Ih plncv P II Them ftt rkic are
h hn n hint that in n nature latH would wlul1 find findcpen Ild Ildnn flintrti
cpen nn stuff 11f tin Ih year vir around Irnln ror or 1 such iuchhirIa
birds hiil green Rr1 IIKH i in raised here throughout throughoutthe thnl hOI
the Ih winter winl in il greenhouseM RnlhOI Kv Evcn vn n th thI II III thu thuI
I orchani urehlnl xmtrihutiit ntrihl HOIIIO It food uppl Ipple appieu appieuiuru ti tiare
are In fisi to notne uuuIn hinlit including ilchulilK lh lhof thl thug thugTu
Tu h Might 1 11 of thu diiikH Ik anil anilroiniui arl swans swansrtnuuiig wnn wnnrmlll >
roiniui rmlll U tap I > tin I lo lake Ink at ut fredina time timeworth tmE hi hiwrth isworth
worth v uing ml llK Inn II Irhap > TIIW the th h momt momtftrikiim 10t 10tIriklll nuostpt
ftrikiim pt Iriklll Metie t h hn rt < at II thit time fmi in found foundin fnunl fnunlin
in the II lIi rvditiKof rln tf Of I llulamlnu he HanilntM > M At t their theirf thirf111
f f111 fMMIIng Mllnu hair hlr Ii fir the th I hi llnininifiHs rll eons up
from the Ih t Ii lake lak Ia k and a itul I make itt ko with w1 w i t ii delilwrate delilwrateiiiovfinent dlrat dlrat11Inl dI ii raIu raIuii11fl II
iiiovfinent 11Inl ii11fl Ifll4tIt for ril the th yanl ar1 in which they are arefe nr
fe ft < l about 111 a 1 hundred hllI1 feet distant dllalt from froll th thhk the theItk h hlike
like hk ami 111 then Ih1 when wi thev h have h MIHIW MIHIWup itooistI itooistIII > <
up II II II tlie th I In foml to I the til I Ii la lar t hit hl to t they tl t Iiov net t 11 11II out outI
11 I 011 u ii their t r riTiirn ii Irl rut Vtth V 11 t t it one t1amitio IIllo t1irtui ngo
many tt1 prize prl nt lt poultry rlitr how Tlicn T he hervii h hlp u ur
rvii r l < up lp wild wld fowl fowl Nine i yearn yn ago 110 lie lieKiuithl h hIlht iiught
Kiuithl Ilht ught in il Kunip EI2n lrn hit hi first tr t crnne one on or orwo oro
> wo 0 fII p4irl Mln of tho th little lUI demoimlles dInlll He Heught I tI tIitght
ught Ipbl more mol crane erant ttaminRoefl lamin rlinn rlinnit p > lirnn lirnnnil liennspifi
nil it thU tim 1m adding lullln to hi lila stock solvly solvlyf 01
f < r 1 hi hti own pleasure pl < llr nnd for purposes 1118 of ofw ofmtlon ofrrtion
w > rntinn and ald tudy dy Hut an A hi hia col coliH cl clIW coltnna
iH iotii crew IW gr he h received r1d calls Mi for hinls hinlsml hiId Iujruint
ml 1 finally fl ff om onie > nw thr th thruw or four fOlr year ago agoM R O OI
M > t up 11 al a trader in n birds Now ow he hemmuin I II Ii Iimnt1fl
mmuin I luln a dozen 101n trapperx IrAPI at various variouni variousufltS Arlol Arlolp
i p mts in trrica America while hi he h hun I relations relationswth rlaron rlaront
wth t th trappe17 tIPp1 and nR nlnt agunts nt and dealers all aller al allsr
world worldThe worldri
> er r ord ordTn
The Tn ri farm it I well I adapted t to i its purpose purponiTlre plrp purposeTo
Tlre T ha hM heen created ertatt for the th aquatic jxitaticand aquaticarid Iuatioarli
and arli wading waln birds hi r u lake lak that thlt around aroundhr arolnd arolndrl aroundhrau1t1srtrfl
hr hrau1t1srtrfl e < niarter < rl of Its it circumferency crumfrnl in inturdered i ihy istrdltrd
turdered hy l tre t trees there th am ar two springs sprinRHithinthe springsithinths rnl
< ithinthe llhlaand lake lakuantt and into it I rn n the th brook brooki brk brkIn
i In tin m tIns lake lak ks the th visitor vilto finds IndA many lan birds binlof hiil hiilf
> f man varieties arlUf and if ho hf in unfamiliar unfamiliarith unf mllar mllarW
W wIth ith hioN hlt h hf hs may find III many Imy that will willi wi willsurprimu
i > urpri lrprlAO n him himHe hm hmH hintH
He H flnds Ind5 hum h ducks dlcs that thlt are ar 1 not only onlygraceful 011 011fll onlyrc
graceful rc fll titl in form forl but blt beautiful bautlfll in color colorng colnrni
ng ni U and many varieties arl of tuning strauigand I rI R RInr eese eeseand
and Inr her hOI IM I hn h walke < l around arOrd th ths lake lak he hemight h htlfht hmht
might tlfht meMt tI tail ti flaminRoe namlngo ninniiiR tnnl them themDivert Illr thiruon
Divert h on the th bank or he h might mllhl fi f s thirty thirtyr Ihlrl Ihlrlr thirtyfouiy
< r forty fory of the tltse tall tl binlw landing Iandi loosely looselyCinched loosciyp
Cinched p lehl together 101th In the th lake lak and nl1 all al mo mooElcM moiC niocp4
iC oElcM cp4 and then he h mi might ht see th whole wholetlook wh wh1o whole1c
tlook 1o 1c taJ ta take < n wing winl to fly ucrow uer the Ih lake 111 Lsk
wth t th Uwir tIr long lonl out oltrtct nuitstretchd tretche < l neckn nd pro prortmc rrorln rim rimrting
rtmc rln and with Ih their 10l long leg I trailing trailingnd Irihnl
anti nd with wlh their widespread black hlac and all red redtpped rdtpp rodtp
tpped tpp tp whitfl hlt wings wlnl flapping tapll a I marvelloim marvelloimrcMcl marvellossEctacIii
rcMcl rcMclThe EctacIiiThe
fJcu fJcuT
The T bird Ilr hou hotass for fo the th entail mal bird birdncblrri birl birlnblrd hintsngbtrds
ncblrri and how birds hiId han been h built builtin blil
in the tbnrrharr thnrchard orchard It I i is he hNt1 heated te < J by h hot water waterpen ratr4P alrIIP
IIP 4P pen and there thlr i Is a hospital room for the theAr t theare 11 11Ar
< Ar are nt bird hiil that may be ailiiiR aln Water Wateri Wltr WltrI
i supplied < i to all al the th binls h hr re in porc porcIln > orce orceUln orce11dU
Uln Iln lined In1 receptacles rptalf thai by man menntr manrf
r rf > f pipe pi attachments atAchmnt can can all al be h emptk pmpll1Anr eniptlcdand i iand
and Anr filled fl1 at once onceThe ol onceTb
The Th farm far is il equipped IU I 1 < 1 with Ith electric elect Ipctlc rio light lightnrt Ilht Ilhtnr lightsand
and nrt nr mere are a such lch lights Ilhtln in the th bird birt house houefor hOI
for fo u ue if f occasion nalo should hollt re require ulre und undnra at andvirtIme
fm4lmf virtIme nra lm for the th benefit hnlt of visitor Iito who whom whohaye who01Sf
m 01Sf y have come at night the th lights Ilhl are aret ar arI
I irn mt 1 on revealing Ialn 1 the t hf birds hlr myriad myriadbright myladbr myriadbright
bright br ht colors colorsIlared colorsIIated < 0101
Ilared 11uH in groups 11011 in another section sectionof f on onr
of r th t the farm far ar are spacious aviaries alnr for the theph rh rhrhOlt thephesants
rhOlt phesants ph fonts and ant various arol oilier nhpr game m hinds blnlshich blll blllheb hindswhich
which heb th Ihf the < farm far supplies plf These T aviaries aviariesr alarIP alarIPI
r I many y of them t Im gra grass s carpned rarPl and nfllll all allhave allwithin
have h within Ihn them growing Ilwlnl shrub in give givethe givethe hp hpIh
the Ih birds some mltl little shelter hlpr and andlluion andlluionIlr seclusion seclusionand
and Ilr as have weather athr shelters sheltersTh hIIp hIIpT
Th T cranes c rln land lant birds you find fnl here herec hrI hereIcIs
c I f > fi IcIs meat Il grawy IrUy enro eflrnsuJrPs noul ureii in I inty whrh whlh whlhi
i ty 7 have la ample space pfn to roam ron and 11 here hereHt h hAny
Ht t Any An ny rmo you 01 might milt find 110 with Ith various variousrepre vitriolicIiss rion riontfy
Iiss < < repre rnrirpn en od < l fifty tfy or suty nt of the these theseCr h hr e esrsrge
srsrge Cr r r rge and anr qtiiint t191flt unt and anr safelv bird
i r I or i it US USIhm tic MH MHthm
c thm nearly sit i feet In height heightr hIJht hIJhti
I r i iy < 1 > fiand IAlil about anlt with great zn ra at Rravity RravityI Arniy ArniyI
I 4 n m n oin 01 < inny IIY Corner Iurti r they tnav tnavhoir v
0 hoir lonu 101 a rid ir iiIs > > < fxin ru oiN slowly loI bark barkfir llk llkor
i > fir I r M so > Iy V tKy li y may raig riIa rl I g th I hi feld fII fIIV fohlv
1 v TIJIV ri iIt dam rll at nil ni irnnes irnnesniav rul 11 11n ii iitilIiV
n niav fll pik irk up II I a twig I a Ic > r a aitnil plero pleroi rI rII
i ami ull t wi it 1 in I th air Ilr and IUII then thenu I II
u I I it 1 > fur II anil Map ni I it itS 1 wmuo Atfl ca and andi Iil Iild
i i d wn 1 Ia tl e Held n11 with it I a Krie grIttpe grIttper < tie tier I Iil
il > r ifH 4rut I Illn iTlniH till wlille I f tk ttwk ttwkI wk wki I
i lt iii 5 I ar 11 niiie i iio hut Ilb r the t hi iafliw Iiv 1 I V J uru < r 11 rues ruesW5
4 u t W5 < flv for th t It reaium fI that thllhY I thy iiave iiavec ha vi vieo
eo c 1 I tii tli d < I H I tie rniinv rlln tirdx Ird are 11 which whichl whih whihI
I ii I f 111 h riritory riritoryt rflry rflryI
I t 11 am
i l ir T > ilH f ii ail ia C r the h I i < riMllliin riMllliinv ririr flln fllnv I I eifl
5 l v flint 11 V I i itt IIIIN II never iii ser r Iwen Iwenin I sri sril
l I in impii 1 kit kl k trig > K a I THt < nl nf nfr f
0 11 > r i 1 H ii IH p si 111 I and < i ha I liis never neveriptiireri novrrn r rn
n iptiireri 0 II i f rrIII freiiint r fi nl > one 111 of ofI et etI
I it rt h he 1 rane rai there Ih alks alksim 1k 1km tk tkm
im m f foe < l is with WI them hr live I with itb
loading Inahn the th re rt t all I follow folow singly llly and in incouples intftuullss
couples 111 strung out in 1 a 1 regular rlllar proces procession pneesIon ¬
sion Ion A little lll later lihr you 1 s e them thl again againin I uigliutin II
in I th t the lake Ik forty forI tlainiiiKoeM IIlil standing tanlnl in ina il it ita
a I immovable immovableA InlnOhl hunch hllch und ant all ni apparently fited 11 an RI I Iimmovable IirntnovaliIe
A hoy 0 hO in an interior Connnutieut I onnnctclt town townwrote 10WI townwrote
wrote wrl a few f day tl ago n asking Mr 11 Tilley Tilleyto Ti 111lvto
to M resend > ml 1 him 111 lhebe Ih teet t bird hiId h he could cull for fo a
ilollar 101 As V a matter mAtr of fact flct Mr ll Tilley Tilleydiwnt TIv TIvd Tihlevuiuerut
diwnt d II have h many dollar dolr bird h lie has hasbird hn hntlrl hasturtle
bird tlrl that run 11 In I price priC up II to I U a aunit pair pairnnd pall
unit 110 collie 1 thsit run 111 down do to M S u I pair air ir nut butnot lunn1 nutnot
not many lalY bird at a t dollar dolar Hut Hii hn h wroto wrotothe wrototh wrotethe
the th boy ho a nice Ik little Itt note 10 ami Ild II I IA more morwthan mo motml moretItan
than tml probable IrohIhl rluitsle that he h pent u him hln up Opl a bird birdthat hiId hiIdtmt birdtlntt
that tmt will wi make Illk him think hw h ha got ot his hismoneys hi hirI0IW hisruhJflt
moneys rI0IW ruhJflt 5 worth worthTo worh worhTo
To come Om people p the III prict prl of many mal mazi of ofthe ofth ofthur
the th bird hiil w suul m high hl 1 It I might milhl peem m for forinstance form forunctattce
instance m I that 17 I was n a I good > t deal to n pay payfor payfor
1 py pyfr
for a pair plr of mallard mallrd ducks but the Ih trap trapper tmppr trapsr ¬
per sr getli It get for them and a111 t hen t here 111 i is < lobe lobeborne to I II Is IsIwrn
borne Iwrn thVCwt tt1 I tst 1 of olnppiiiK them Illm to th tl tlii bird birdI hlrt
I farm frl Tneprneof n rtu pro i t many 1 familiar fOIIIIr taut i itr blr tel Iri ii Ur Urmuin Ie 1 r rmain
main 111 praitcallv lnllc pro icalLs H 11 il the Ih line rh > of thus thwnirer thustuner
tuner 111 oniainetnil onlarII11 umnatnnt il llrd I tot are cur 1 ubjett to tochangti 10chil tochati
changti chil chati go acioriluitt 11oflll g t ii Ih t ho npply npplyn IP IPA
A n valualiln aIlll H I any 1 uiuV tirclj lll t irei licrx h are r the thelnpuii Il theJeipaies
lnpuii llpUI liK huisslost il 1 i ranei rai very r rare raf and andnot 110 andhut
not lone 101 tiui ago I O Mlppowd IPl to I ii I Ii M > extinct 1t iflCt Of Ofthese orth Ofhits
these th hits hirtN Irl Mr 11 Iilley ni was si 1 the Ih flr Ir1 first t Itn Itniwrter 1 1l liiiporter
porter > rt into 1 f Ainentii mr1 Pie nl l lapII Iaattcse IaattcsehosetiMi iain iainluXMliil
luXMliil l 1011 iran are h hllat hieki ld at J1 a I pair pairThen 1111 pairl
Then l her in I crane rnl that tlll would 11 IM I mor morvaluable lom lomnllhl ttiomnvutititbl
valuable nllhl if they Ih iould oull IK I hail as 1 the theAmerican th thmri1 I he het
American t mri1 whooping crane nln now pnic pnicticnlly prLct rle rleunlr
ticnlly unlr t leaht extinct tt flct litet of f which whi only aUmt 111 half halfla h1 halfat
la at doen n are r now known kno to l tsr alive al onn onnof cut cutif 1 1of
of if to them II l 1ill Ieirtg ing in il the th New ew York nrk Zmilogical ZmilogicalIark Zlicnl ZlicnllIIr 7exiioticatlark
lark lIIr and altl one 01 on in 11 the th zoological park in inI I Imterd ittI
mterd mterdI
I r CRlatl lallatin Jr 11 of Voroton nrton rinn Conl curun a aprivate uIrh airivIt
private Irh collector 01 who speciuli Jfi lz in invarious I litvarious
various IrOI water Wltr wnt t fowl and alli who h hiu Ili the themot th thenine
mot 11 complete copl us collect oIPion ion of ft cranes cral in I inAtuiericui
1 America ricn hail ha at one time I a pair II of If if Ameri American I1ri I1rian nterican
can whooping hoIln crane cra Of If I hese h his hints olrt on ontepi sine sinetepped
> tepi tepped < l on a 1 nail nai and died I1 of lockjaw lockjawThe
The Th 01 J her descending dCldinl from light fllht im impile impII1 urnuIi4I
pile pII1 uIi4I l itself i ii I lf on 01 a I ganlcn lnln bean leile K > le and andklll atuilwas
was klll 11101 kihld l A t pair uair of f American Anrcan whoop
I I many costing much lew 1 hut bt it U L ram rr Tarnand
1 and doe r cOtn not breed well wflln in captivity and andu Ind
u tutlr 1111 might oMt t from fr I7uu 110 to two I tttJfl
I Likely UIlylu to catch rlch the Ih eye 10 ia I tb the aallinule aallinulealso alnultl ahllnulealso
also nl from fro India Ind and nd with IIh ita ia ixautUul ixautUulIritesoent rutu rutuplunp beautUuiIrhtseent
Iritesoent plumage and Ita It bug 10 < l t and andperky arijtperky n
perky ry air al one of the quaint qualntt Ml of mall m1
suits M US tllANK tllANKbirds CII CIIhlnl IltIttuirthi
birds Kept II1 in an n aviurj IIIr the th enclo tnd tndIIt enclosure enclosuretntuat iir iirmust
must IIt be I protected at the lop as a well wtl a asides aa aaid assides
sides id else I the 1h h gallinule Kilnll would 0111 climb clmh the thefence thO thefuuce
fence fn and andher ewinpe ewinpeHop 1 1I
11 Hop are lr Victoria Ictorl crowned crwned pigeons a aa ahlnl ahint
bird its head headtuft la lacelike laceliketuft
I carrying lrlln upon I a 1 lk lktufl
tuft Here 1 is I ii the lpn piping crow of New NewXealand Ntw Nowelatui
Xealand 1111 which nines pip with a I bagpipVlIke bagpipVlIkenote haKIII lk lknol
note nol anil all has a white buick IxickIlirds hlc buickhlird
Ilirds Irt likely to attract alrl < are 1 the th Japanese Japanesesilkiei Iapaneegtlkies
silkiei Mik I these th living 1lnl a I sx 11lN > ci < s of domestic domesticfowl domHtlcfowl domesticfowl apnN
fowl oninion < mmol in II Japan but hit looking lookingstrange lokln loklntran lookinstrange
strange tran < here covered vr an they are with witha wit wit5u
a Itwtr KiwuVr puf I I downy plumage lulaKt instead insteadof
of the th familiar famiar f feathers Hundred lundrt of ofsilkies oflkl ofsulkies
sulkies lkl are a sold 1010 to ineulttite pheasant pheasanteggs lhtntlM pheasanteggs
eggs lM The Th femalo fmalt pheoaant in captivity captvity
is i likely lktly not lt to toi sit on its il egxHbut eggs RJ hl butt to leave leavethem Itav ItavIhm leavethenu
them The TIl eggs M are ar gathered Ktht and Ind placed placedunder plact placedtundan
under uncr silkies ik to 0 Im I hatched hltch1 out olt ott common commonchickens cmlon cmlonChICk1 commonchickens
chickens ChICk1 being hilJ too heavy y for them themGorman t theftGerman h1
Gorman rml storks Iork walk wnll by h jut the th kind that thatto
to expectant Xllllt homes hor brine hr nj the Ih young younginfants YOlne YOlnemfaltA younginfants
infants mfaltA hern is I the harheaded hnrhed1 goo goofrom KO goose goosefront
from frm India IneUI smut Inei the th magpie lalpl or semi 1 1palmated I Ipaitnitted
palmated goose OOI from Australia l tmlin with feet feetonlv feetonly
only 011 partially < webl webhued ht > ed and Rld which hih moults moultsand moultsunlll tnoultaanti
prialy > I
and unlll get gets new n wing feathers fNtht one 01 at a I time timeThere tm tmThOl timeThere
There ThOl art 11 cormorants CrlOrlllA from China the thered therfl therod
red rfl jungle jUIII fowl from India to which whichall whlehni
all ni chicken cliclOI tribes trace tr their ancestry anceatryelirans an ancestryehicanis tr trIielnl
elirans Iielnl from frol California Calforia from Florida Floridaad Flord
ad 1 from fol Kgypt and herons heronsIn hcronIn
In lurois uro urol > e in I England tn < lad and ad on the Ihl Con Continent Contnnl Conlineal ¬
lineal tnnl the Iht keeping of ornamental ormental land landwater lad hindwater
water wltr fowl on estates ftaH is I an a ancient anofnt CUB l I
7 I i T TDLCKS wf wfDICKS r
I OCIIMXV liLltM liLltMin IUI flTOtlK flTOtlKine rOI rOII
I ine Inl in cranes eraneswntuld ran would wOlld he h worth IIIM li iu < v > a aprtect single singleprf Inll InllI
sl sltt > 1h
prf prf11 < rt skin W Wwither
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all over nv 1 r N ont irth I Ii America IrI but 11 now n rare rareand 1111 1111I rumansi
and al a 11 approaching extinction extinct UncI Ion is 1lh the I Ameri AmeriiMiisjiiidhill mriUI niontuiitl
iMiisjiiidhill uiitl UI iuuIluill dh crane cra now worth wrh wrint it 2m u a pair pairThere ruisirihore II
I There an u it tiers I hr including ilrI1 Mime m big bigCTIWIS hi hirw biguran
CTIWIS rw that are Ir hr 1 les ct costly ily The lb n firetty firettylittle trttyIitt
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tmi 111 u pair pall air i rowtnd cranes rRn from frul Africa AfricaI frca frcaI
la nir and 1 paradise cranes rn also nlsofrom alsofnoin I Ifrn
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1 winter wllr htit It craneH Iral in general lnml are ir 1 very pr eryri
hardy hardyTh
111 Th ri ll ciunint lalnt Sams lnl crane rrln from frul India IndiaM 11ln
M m s > lls 1 II for fo J12 1 > n pnlr nlr The Th Mutt 111hllrRI 111hllrRIrIm Imrinn Imrinni
i ran aniilhT 11 hr big hi bird c rits tH 1 M tIi air iairthe airTh RlrTh
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I wliiiMiieck wluitiu hl iTiinii rruIlu ru are ar worth Wont I I3V J 3t 1 u i puir puirTh puirTb IiI
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I II 1 VI I II I Ililir IlilirTh iiuilb ilr ilrTh
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IK th < HWHII I be I had hli in II nuinerous Imru ImruI vn vnrl VaI
I rl rI4 ti s and nt I various ariI prices riC niccs The TI I hui mute muteor 111
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t r Tti I tt tlainitiK 11 tIi in I I ft g l hi ii > ig g and arl tutu wonderful iv HIrflll HIrflllinl I a abird ahinI
bird inl l us it is 1 i a n n1 t very ry r cost w > tlv 1 Iv Egypt KYJllln KYJlllnnlla ian ianflKinuigK IanS
flKinuigK nlla limit an 1 ne bought Irhl for nr IVl S I a I pair pairhecntis Jair Jairhrnul pairheatts
S hecntis they I ar > mir > iilentifiilly lilemI IIlfllh ifuihly found foundNot fOlll fOlllSt InijiniNt
Not long lin ago Ilo Mr 11 Tilley Tiy purrhoxmi urlIUrd In jnHolland InIla1 InhfhIni
Holland Ila1 in itI < lot sixtyfour p Kgyptlan KgyptlanAmeriran tiytlal Igyietialiflartiliugues
nnltl flartiliugues flartiliuguesA
Ameriran A rirll Rntnlngnos 111111 are II a r more Ilnr expen expensive Cl JJn JJni1 pen penciv ¬
sive civ i1 Th TIy y urn II sir now W iinictlrnlly rltlIIY rltlIIYI gone gonefrom gonep
p from run Florid FlnrllI i and situ 11 I ihougn I I found fII in somi somitiumbers soutmtutit om omII
tiumbers mtutit ° rs in II Cuba 111 ii tin and 11 ii nil the I h llahninas hiuthu lllnI incus they theyire I heyor
I iiHrlian ltiinlngo ibtiruingosswould > n nwould
or ire r protected r 1 lIIIIW lIIIIWwnlil
would wnlil l II worth rlh frotn f JUKI 1 lo I JIVi 1 I4l n I 1 Isuir Isuirit llr llrIf lr lrif
if th thy I h > y y could 1111 Ix I Imd ImdTo 111 IcidI
To 1 attempt imy 11 ort rt of rlewnriptlon rlewnriptlonof rltol
of I if f all 11 uI I the Ih I tII1 lii birds Ilrl hi ruls fieri f lion 1 would s I11 piiII take tlk ta k much muchfiiui mlh mlhv mud mudspIti
fiiui spIti v Among A T1ITlg ll wnler IIf fowl hlwi for or instance instancel ltIW ltIWI
l hzo I fann r fit nn catalogue lalnJ eiiuinernleH IIIIrn I fiftytwo fiftytwov nft WI WIn
v n 41rut riein r uos itt ff durks Ik and of fr g 1 gi > H thirty thirtyviirieliisnndmloen I hi Iilrlyvet 11 V VnrI
viirieliisnndmloen vet nrI rIif u i Iflt itmid I a 11n e r nioie nil if I nhire hr hinls hinlswallers hinlWII Iii ret retwuui
wallers WII wuui ri II I uf f iih i nnts ih I tier I T are ii H ro thirty thirtyvarieties Ihlr Ihlrrli t html V Vuritao
varieties rli iiiil 1m aiming 111 mill 11 IrIs Irr ton toriKinnis Iir IirI tonI
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twellV t wn V IKllt flffheH flffheHlliintiful hlh hlhI tsr Pi s sI
lliintiful I Iltlfll I itt iii plKMtsints IiIieus4 lit ii fan rus In ft IM I had hil I for forIIM rrI forits
its little I I I us II tn ai a 1 pnir IvaI ioir from rron which the II prices pricesrange pricesntutlge n
I range upward Th ll Argtis rl rtuei pMeaMint pMeaMintfrom pltasnnlfreirti
from fro 111 India IM i not lnt si see e > beautiful hlallrll 11 I bird n t
torn While Whie them are re here some 1m estates eitaleon estateson tate
on fn which rare rre bird hi have hvo long been kept keptthem keptthr keptttusru
them are 1 now no more moN and ad more owner ownerseeking owe owekin ownerseeking
seeking kin them for love of the bird blr or for fortho to toIho fortha
tho sake kt of 0 the added addf picturesque pieureue feature featurewhich fatlre fatlrewhich featurewhich
which their presence prtnc afford alor In park or ororchard 0 0orchard ororchard
orchard or 0 Italian Ita lnn g aden rd n on lawn laW or in infountains i inountalinu
fountains or in waterways waterwaysCt waterwaysuIoh au rayl raylTIIOi
Ct TIIOi IliOIS s CHlHCHK1 CHlHCHK1lartrllou CII CIII IICII 15 15Iruehloas I IInrou
lartrllou Cathedral thfrlor of Moncow Moscowtbsp Moscowtbspu 10100 Ctiap Ctiaprl i iI iI
rl I on Russian Trains TralaOne TrIDIOn TrainsOne
One On of the Ih most mol extraordinary ttmordlnr and andr aDdfIItC
r fantastic fIItC Christian lhriltan places laC of worship worshipin wo hlp hlpI
in I the Ih world is i the tht Cathedral Ihlrl of Moscow Moscowstrange IOcow IOcowIrll locowstrnuigu
strange Irll not 101 only in II outline oulne and concep conceplion cnp conceplion
lion ton but even n stranger tmnllr in its IR history historyNo hltol
No S one ont knows knowl the th architects arcblltt name namebut namI namehut
but I the th story goes II that the th Czar 7 ordered orderedhis onlr 1 1hi
I his hi eyes Y to bo hi put out 011 directly dll ctly the thl church churchi
i was w completed so that he h should holid never neverIx
I Ix I able to surpass 11111 his hil work workThe wrl workThe
The Th idea ie1 of the th building hllhlnl nays 1 a writer writerIn wrtfr wrtfrIn
In the th Strand Slrind was WI inspired Inapll by the wick wlckledest wicktedest Ick IckidI
ledest idI and nd maddest monarch who ho ever everI er eral
I sat al on a throne Ivan the Terrible Trrihlt Crar Crarof rr rrof remof
of Muscovy MtieeovyThue hJoyTho
1 Tho church dllrh in known as Vosili Mi Bla Blajenni ia iajnni Ill Illjenni
jenni or Hlessed hash lli and alr i II Is named namedafter namMalr namedafter
after alr a half witted witel vagrant ljrnt monk 10nk who whofor whofor
for some strange reason was Wl almost almosti nlmOt nlmOti
i th the > only person in II the empire mpl that thatth thatthezur the thejCrjr
jCrjr 71 zur feared fearedAlthough tart fearedAlthough
Although lhOlah every ver ry one else II trembled trembledi trmhll
i before hfo Ivan Vauli Klnjenni Hljnni would wOlld flout flouthim 10lt 10ltI flotathim
I him call cal him Ivashka 1lhkf or Bad Bd little littleIvan Itlt littleIvan
I Ivan hII and most mot daring darila thing thins of all allwould ni allwould
would try to protect the th victims ictm of the theCzars tht theI
I Czars 78 fury fil I lie an and < another friar of the theI th thmp theame
I name mp calibre clhr named naml Ivan the th Idiot are areburied Ar areburied
buried in II two memorial mmnrll chapels ha 11 beneath beneaththe htntath htntathth
the th cnthedml cnthedmlThe eat II hllml hllmlTh hcclmat hcclmatThe
The Th architecture IrchltfI is In 11 every tr respect respectextravagant IrtI IrtIlmvalllt respectXtfvagiimlt
extravagant lmvalllt and barbaric and the tb color coloring clo cloI coloring
I ing Inl is I garish grh in the th extreme xtrmf It hn has nine nineciui nln nlnchlpI ninechapels
ciui chapels > els roofed rft by nine cupola clplu each eachdifferent leh lehtlrrpnt eachuitficrent
different tlrrpnt and ald each stranger trnRr than the theother th thntlr thenlhr
other One resembles rlmI a pineapple an another annthr aneither ¬
other n melon n third thir IN il wild 10 to ape a a aI
I hedgehog bf fhol in its iA appearance pparnC and nd the th rest restI restars t tI
I I nrn ar more mol or less 1 grotesque rotjle Some Sm are ar aregilt
1 gilt Il others nth are 0 painted plnrf in brilliant hriiant hue hueI hle
I Indeed Int the th only description dfripton I la that thi It Itis Iti Itis
is i a nightmare of a church the Ih fitting fittingi fttnl fittinglegacy
i legacy of a ruler nllOr who grilled Irld his bi coun counI cun cunel
I I etllors Vors or in frying fring pan and clothed cIotbf his hinI hil hiscuuhujeets
I subjects Illjft In be besrekins rsliinn pns in order onr that tht trained trainedI trlnf trainedclogs
I I dogs Inl might worry wnrr nnd RIII tear tfr them to piece pieceAnother plf plft plecitstnother
Another freakish place pll nf worship wohl in inthe IAth Isthe
t the th Church htr h of the th Holy loly Trinity at Baura BauraIn Bl 10
In upp lfr uppr > r Austria AItria It is I built hlii in the th form formf for
f of n triangle trian l nnd stands tAnd on a little Itl hill hillapproached hi billuipprnachd
approached I h I hy a winding wildina ascent aCnt If Ifyou I IfVOlt
you 111 1 examine pXRrinf it you YOl rotl will 11 find nd that overy overyI vf veiyI
I thll thing possible Iiol has hal been done dOl tn glorify glorifyI dorfy dorfy1lo
I 1lo and cmninemornt Cmlmnmt the th Three Th in One Onei
i It has ha three thr fronts three thr towers 10wl threw threwdiKirx thr threedoors
doors nnd nun thre windows Inside lnlde there thereare thrf
are Ir three thr altars allln three Ihl organ oralnA and three threeMicristies th thIcriII threeeucristie4
Micristies IcriII The Th walls an nr Rrf arem decorated ffrtH with withthree withth withtime
three th time different 11rlt kinds of marble rbl and the thechurch Ihl Ihlrhlch therIuturet
church rhlch cost t 133331 3 florins forin tn build buildI olid olidf hutihiArming
I Among Arunl other oth luxuries Ilxlri on the th trin trinr trains trainsof
of r theTranHSilierian th TrrSirian Hallway 11Ihya are chapels chapelnwhirh rhI chapelswhich
whir ire II attached Ittch1 to 0 the principal ex expresM ccpresec x
presM 1 PrientM travel with these rh moving movingrhiKfiie IUvinahflI minoringehtwches
rhiKfiie hflI > 4 The chnpelam Th ar quilnelaborate Illn quite flahont elaborate elaboratepetriellod
1 panelled 111 with beautiful 1ltlul woods II lavishly lavishlydecorated lallhlyRnd lavishlydecoruteri
decorated and gilded Rlt1 They 1 are 8 Intended InnddI
I not lt alone olonl for fo the th IIM I of passengers plfngfl hut hutat hutItUI hutsit
at ItUI in appointed hour hfur on ni HunI11A Sundays the thetrain th thtII thetrait
train tII halts h t at lt a I wayside station tio arid 110 thee tbnpeasant Ih Ihlt thee1slsutttM
peasant lt living IhII In Ihn iii h neighborhood neighborhoodflock nol hhnrhlnd hhnrhlndIinck
flock tn t the h service serviceOrl serviceUncut rvlc rvlcI
I Orl Uncut ln of the Ihmaphorf Semaphore Semaphorefrom I
from frn tk VAst Af Slrantl SlrantlKrnro IrOne1Irn f1
I Krnro Irn rolllh Hi the earliest lulllmlnlm times timesanil anil among savage savaaenaltjns MI MIlIIJ savagetitltns
naltjns lIIJ liea leaeen on fires nr and Interrupted Inrrlp eel colf eeluJtnna 1 1f
uJtnna hf f smoke mo mote barn bat been lined to give glvnwarnlntf al alamlme giveseeming
seeming of thee Ih apprnarh PIrolh of an n enemy enemyelm em
I I or r the Ih nensnf n ricets or victory or defeat HI llnaln llnalnh Migniuiling Migniuilingby naJllnii
of flags Is ii another noh rl rl1lh1
I hy h rnmhlimtlnn olllllon I r early earlymethod earlytneihoit
method 1lh1 and lll I 11111 II nwd at lt son sonllnwever seaItrscvr a aI
llnwever It I was Ia not I0t until Intl I78i 11 when whenl whenleircl hn hnIrll
l Irll ird itfoten Inr Murray Miirre llrf Introduced Iltrdle1 his hi seine seinejihore wmal m mho
l jihore > hnreny ho YIm tini that anything Inrthl like Ilf An efficIent eflVlentinrun efficIenttnrntt rIpnl rIpnl1a
< inrun If I telegraphl communication lmunlllon wan wane Wil wassietiulihui
e 1a sietiulihui tut lhlh1 > i h < d The n I he admiralty drlraly at the Ihf time timeelm timeeiIut
elm 1111 the Ih advanliitfrs IRnl nf such Icl a system ornteminiMd 11 systemcnttI < 0
iniMd u scerijhori Mnia IIhor > hore siallnns Rlon lo 0 IM t estahthihed estahthihedi tahIAh
i on all the I hlahest hlrh1 points Jln from Ixitulon Ixitulonin
in Imver Pealnnd n1 Art arni Irl Vrtmnuth VrtmnuthHi monh monhn
Hi Me efTeitual wa was n Il tea system that a mes mesntri m mno messea
sea ntri no finld 1 be t In Invnrnlile Ino rIm circumstances circumstancesir rlrrmlncet rirmimutanceslrtiuniittNl
ir I lrtiuniittNl rm > iii nilll I d 1 Iroin roll Ixiiuliui IUI to II Deal Dover Dovernr lrr lrrII
nr II fnrlstnniilh nrllnUlh cruet 10 a I retilj reielvnl hark harkin hakI
in I loixluii I I In seven 1 HOn an n half minutes minutesThe mlnu mlnuTtl miniuteui
The Ttl eutr3rleu < ii Imlll raiinn was 1 performed hy I three threemen Ihr Ihro threefldri
men o in I It < MH iutt I h tntkin Inton t te i > nf whom Ilm acre acresit ere ereon I
on the Ih Imiiioiil while wil Urn Ih 1 third tras em emI ci ciI
I plnved in I wnrUinic nrlno the Ih 01 sI < lt shutters which whichI Ikh IkhI
I were 5 r ci plared over n ir the It I litilldinu 11111 In two ver verframes vertIal r rI
tIal 1 frames rrn in II such Ih a I way 1 that sixtythree
I dlsilnri dIII signal rnal rould Odd he h formed ff nd
o OV Till Til ixotarnr ixotarnrH 1Df TR PRfrm4J PRfrm4JI IftuPoifl IftuPoiflit
H I the 12 Nateralfst Nalanllt ftacceitlan fccUon f fir r Pie Prrer Pnlnt Pieeerit
lnt eerit > er te tbe tit Whale ln Were ni < cried arln Out OutKaer Outr OutEsur
Kaer r Aranlean Alnlen Olte ni Would Ha 11 Af Affpetcd r fteetedTwrnt
fpetcd teetedTwrnt HC Twrat Twrtlhre > thr three e Vesael fI tills lluNKW 111 111Se tillsNaw
I NKW Se BEDTOHO BSDrRD Nor So 3 The Th Now So York YorkZoological York7loglc81 YorkologicaI
Zoological Societys SietYA proposal prooNI to 0 limit limitwhale llnlt llnlthalt tinuitwhale
whale halt fishing falng by International Interllonal agreement agreementaffect Qgrtmntaet ngreenwntaffects
affect aet four fOlr New Ne Kngland Egland towns which whichtill whichstill hldltl
still till tl have hve a small mal take in the th business businessof buln bulnof
of catching ckhln whale whle Them Th are New NewBedford SO NewBedford
Bedford Bfof which even eVIn In this day of the thedecadence t theIOCdSttCS h hdeHC
decadence of the industry owns seven novenleen seventeen vn vnINn
deHC te Indltr
INn veeeels II devoted devoe to whaling whalng Norwich NorwichConn orwicIuonn
Conn onn which a schooner ehoner and nd n brig brlJ somr somrwhoro sotnewhere
where hen searching rhlng for bone bne and oil 01 claim caim as ashome a ahomt ashome
home homt Stamford Stamror which has one on schooner schoonerand schoonerand
and ad Provlncetown Prvlnctn which ha has thins thnsvpasela ti thinsvessels I Iv
vessels v one of them thtm built hlit recent rentl rentlThe recently recentlyThe I v vThe
The whaling hlng Indimtrv Indltr a as matter mat of offact offact r rfct
fact ha h has maintained so I to 0 speak w > ak S fairly fairlyeven fairlyv fairlyeVeii
even v en keel for some 1m years past It does doesnot cl clnot closenot
not grow r bigger bIKR and nt It does dO not grow growless irol growless
less I The tltfunrs 111 of if that little lu Ie trade I rad pub publication ub ¬ I Ilelun Ilicatton
lication lelun the th lVAomn l n Skipping hppIn pplnu titt tittwhich 1 Idewhielt
which whih OeorgM n < r H I Phillips Philp has h8 published publishedevery Iblh j jetr Ievery
every etr week k at New St IJUont Bedford lied ford sin since In f UH3 UH3prove UI 103 I IprEt IIrove
prove prEt at least that tht not all al the th big bil cetacean cetaceanhave Ctntanl cetaceanshave
ha have vanished valifl Mr Ir Phillips Ihll himself now nowpost IOW nowI44I I IlAt
eighty of i Is neither bull bullnor builtnor
post lAt elaty year 11 age agE 1lthlr hll
no nor bear I ar on whales whl While Whi naturally naturallyliewailing latlrly latlrlyI naturallybewailing
bewailing I waing the glories Idorl of the th days of offleet 4s 4swhen < I Ihtn
when htn a fleet n t of 80S f 93 vessels tIA represented rIrPnt New NewBedford NuiwRedford i
Bedford Rfon on 01 the th seven ttn seas 11 he I doers t not notbelieve notbtIO notbelieve
btIO believe that lht the wharves h opposite opplitO Fair Fairoaven Vainhaven air airben
haven ben will wi be altogether deserted drMI by the thewhalers th thwhl thewhalers
whalers whl just jUt yet He Je observes obr that some someof Km sonicof I Iof
of the te ships which have hve returned Jturf to New NewBedford NewBedford
Dffon Bedford this tbll fall r1 have h averaged ara t1 nearly nearlySon nrl
Son barrels of oil month this Ihl
S batl 01 a mont on voyage voyagewhereas voya voyawhrtA voyagewhereas
whereas whrtA in former tor days It was a good goodhip Jfd Jfdhip goodship
hip and nd well wel manned lannt that tht mad mac KM KMbarrel 101 I Itafllls i ibarla
barrel barla a month This showing however howeverIs how i iII
II Is I in part pr due du to the present custom cUom of ofstopping ofstopping i itopping
stopping atfwhaling at halng stations ltioM to pick up uppart Ul uupart I II
part par of thee t h cargo cargoThe carRo cargoTht I
The T figure fKre of the Importations nf sperm spermoil suernioil
oil 01 whale hal oil n and whalebone wlalbn are ar those thoseof Ih Ihof thoseof
of an old time industry which just
a 1m IndUltr whih jut keeps keepsalive kc1isalive
alive Ih Of sperm Jm oil 01 there thrt have be ben benbrought n nbrought
brought brught in since sinc 107 1 1 1DA207 ID9 barrels barrII a ayearly ayearly
yearly average aVtrae of 1323 1 2 barrels The Thefluctuation Th Thefluctuations I
fluctuation fucutlons have h not been ben very tr con considerable considerable ¬
siderable elderablp In 1807 189 the total was W the thnsmallest Ih IhrlNt thesmallest
smallest rlNt in li this th history hilor of the fishery 1111r
10050 100 barrel brrtl The most Ilc suicceecftil ucce sful of ofrecent ofrecent I
recent rnl yearn n wan wal 1 1112 l2 O when whOn 20070 10 barrels barrelswere baIwer barrelswere
were wer recorded rNt The TO laM two yearn yM Iflnn Iflnnand 11 lWtSand
and ad two 11 represented rp ttd about bot a normal normalaverage nurnualaverage I
average verae with Itb respectively t8plvply 14075 01t and and197li antiiejs
197li 115 barrel barrelThin brela brelaTe barrelsThlui
Thin Te sperm lprm oil ni which come cmM to New NewBedford NewRedford w wBlon
Bedford Blon in casks uk i la thick Ihlc and of a dirty dirtybrown dlnybra dirtybrown
brown bra appearance pprDC It I I la refined fne in local localfactorie lo41 lo41fenr localfactories
factories fenr giving ilnK in the processes prl first firsta nl
a crude cde oil 01 then refined nuNI sperm Jr oil and andAnally andl1 aridfinally
Anally l1 spermaceti spermacetiThen spl I I
S Then Ttn there tlr ia the whale oil oi quite a adifferent adlferot adifferent
different ubtanco from oil which whichl
dlferot abac frm perm Jr whih I
l IA Mill di in some re demand dtmd for fo illuminating illuminatingpurpose luminallnR luminallnRpr illuminatingpurposes
especially for the headlights headlightsof
purpose pr paly tht hNdllht I
of engine nlnH In twelve ttly yearn 1t1 the th im importations imprallona ¬
portations prallona hare totalled totlf 4JOO7 420 barrels barrelsor
or 0 a yearly average rf of Sion SS barrels barrelsThe brll barrelsThe I
The Te whalebone whalebne I Is generally gnerl supposed supposedto lupp1 lupp1to
to b b hue the most mot profitable prftable part pr of I ho indus industry Ind Indtr Inutustry ¬
try tr although there thtr i hi a secrecy Irec about abu it itwhich Itwhich
which prevent prvente very ver much from frm being Ixingaccurately hlol beingaccurately I
accurately known know A century cntlr ago go whale whalebone whnlbon whalebones ¬
bone was w worth worb not more mor than 1135 123 a ton tonToday tonToday I
Today the Ihf name lme Quantity QIntit fetches fetch from from70o rrm from7tE I I11f
15 70o uo uoThe 10 ItoThe
The 11f importation ImprAtions uf whalebone halebne show showgreater ahowlJatr showgreater
greater lJatr variations Iatlon than those Iho of oil oi One Oneman On Onma Oneman
man ma controls nlrol practically the th whole wlo out outut 011 011I nutpElt
Ip I rlt pElt ut and nd h he U probably proolly more 1101 intoreMed intoreMedn IntreIt IntreItIn
I I In n keeping kpint prices up than in flooding toodini th II tbs tbsmarket t tmarket
market with ih the eh product 1IIlct rciltuct There Th have havebeen hu hubn havebeen
I been bn received hMlllnC cities 1W7 Ili INU IN102VI pounds poundsrepreseiutlng toiin < is isrepresenting I
representing rpltlng an annual alnlal annum average of f 130 130IH2
IH2 42 4IS pound Iould Tlie TI Tb banner hlnnr 1181 yield ld was wasthat wasthat I
that of IKW ls 32iiim r11 pounds Iii luou lr thei theismallest Ih thus thussmallest I
smallest mal total since ilc tint th records have ha heen heenkept I lieitkept
kept one of only on I 291111 21 luu rtr pounds Iolnd was w wahN wasreached i ireached I
reached ahN On this subject Mr 11 Phillips Phillipssays Philp Phillipssys
says saysInlnK lay sysusing I
lay1ln 1ln using to ill I his privacy Irhsl of ahoiii all ni Hie Hietran Ih thictransetloits I IIrsnaltloo
tran Irsnaltloo transetloits artloii in this Ihl article 1111 II I I is stino IIOt ltiiost t Im Impossible ¬ I IJII Ipossible
possible JII to present trnl any au satlfactur atlfirt ry report reportof I Ior
of the Ih market lalI during urlni the Ih last year Hut Ihl It ul itIs
l Is Ktnorallr nrl uniier Inuloo1 unelertooet tooil that I Ilt but b1 1 limited limitediiuanllty IhRId limiteditisfltlty i i1lsnll
iiuanllty 1lsnll of prime Ar rU tie was dlM uiisioeesI > ose < l sit situsing < > f fowing
owing olua lo I the be bo extreme IUrtr blab hlfh prices Irle demanded demandedfor dlaud1 dlaud1ror
for it I and In nhlrh It 1 wit u expected 1Itd would 1010 IM IMrealle t trpId berpslted
realle rpId < l In view 1 of the very 0 small mAi quantity quantityto Qnll
to lie t Imported the Ih umial 1 Illlmhr number of v tessets tessetsnot s > u > U Unot 1
not belnrf blli sent RI out 011 rut lo secure clae it itDespite I itLespite
Despite U pi the Ih diminished dltlnilh1 Importance Ilplan of ofthe ofI ofthe
the th whaling hnlne humnes hlulnt th the section tll of New NewBedford NewIledford w wlllord
I Bedford lllord clocks dok devoted deolP to 0 it i is I still tl pic picturea Iil jitetuarsiuqu
turea tlrju < ue Mo uIot IOt t of the th h shir ships hi are at least leasto 1 1ya
20 o years ya old some nt them thfm antedate altrte the thecivil Ih Ihci thcivil
civil war warThe w warThe
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The Th determination dtrrinton of the th New S ew York YorkZoological YorkZoological ork ork7locl
Zoological 7locl Society elty to bring hrlnl Clue th recent recentreport rfnl rfnlrprt recentreport
report rprt on the t whaling halnl industry written writtenbv wltnbr writtetuby
bv br Frederick A Iucas roCal curator rultor in chief chiefof ehlfn
of n the Ih Brooklyn Jroklyn Institute Inlttu of Arts and andScience itnctMciencf
Science n to the attention of the th various variouscivilized varintusCiViliZSd ariol Int
civilized Ilvi7 Government Oovrmfnt was wal prompted promptedby prollOI prollOII promptedby
by practice praci which whch threaten thraltn the Ih exter extermination exterminiution llr llrmlnlilion ¬
I mination of all al varieties of the th great greatmarine gratmrln greatmarine
marine mammal mammalThe mammalThe mammalThe
The New Bedford ftor whalers whllerA equipped equippedwith
< IiJ1 IiJ1with
with mod mom modern rn appliance applan which are ar far farmore farmol farmore
more mol effective eCelvp than th the th ancient weapons weaponshave wea polls pollshve
have h done and am UI still 111 doing doln their WNpn WNpnh share sharetoward sharetoward har hartoward
toward driving dlvlnf drivIngout out OJ the finer Infr varieties ariti of nfth ofthn ofthe
the th species IPIH Their pursuit in i ii primarilyof primarily rinmlyof
of the tb kind of whales that tht do not cling clingclosely dlnRclOly clingclosely
closely to the th shore particularly prtlcllalv the thesperrn th thIpn thesperm
sperm Ipn and ad the h bowhead bhld aort Now anti then thenof thnor thenof
of course curaf some m opportunity opprunity come cr for a alittle 1 alittle
little 111 of thee th offshore othnr whaling ln < even n on fl the theNew th thw theNew
New w Kngland F < llnt coaat Ct Thus there 111 was wasgreat wiusgreat l
great jae excitement ozctmnt in Provincetowr PI lncl OW last lantwinter lalwlntr lastwinter
winter when wbf a > forty fory foot fot monster Imcatmi Imcatmientangled hocm hocmtnaele hsecattisuentangled
entangled tnaele in the 1h flab nh weirs pII nnd was W gal gallantly 11 11lartly gallantly ¬
lantly lartly harpooned Ilrpnd by y Capt Joshua 1h S SNickernon SSiknn SNiukcrson
NickernonFor Siknn
For the Ibl most mrt part however the th New NewEngland NewEngland w wEnKllnd
England whalemen pr still ti go far fR afield afieldMuch nlII nlII1Ih afieldMuch
Much 1Ih of the thf fishing fhnp is II carried larr1 carriedon po on fn in II the thesouth th thulb thesouth
south ulb Atlantic Atlantc A considerable conidnhl numher numherof nlml nlmlof
of sperm whale whAlf are ar taken tin off f the I h south southAfrican southAfrican llh llhArrcn
African Arrcn pr const COI The right rht whales whnl those thosewhjch Ih Ihwlch thesewlch
wlch yield yllt whalebone whllon are R found rOlnd only ini iniin
in the th more mo frigid fnpid waters t north and lctuh lctuhRnt eoiith eoiithand eotlt eotltand
and Rnt nn account nrcunl of the th depletion tIlon of ff tho thofishing IhonhinK thtitfishing
fishing grounds none too 10 commonly commonlythere monly monlyth
there th I Tntin Thl the Ih boris brl Platlna 1luII Ilitt hut fromN rfm Nw NwRedford w wBedford I
Bedford fo1 three tll or r four years a ago IlO made 101 a alucky 1 alucky
lucky strike trk cm ifl her first Ort voyage to II the thegrounds Ih IhAIUlrl theegrounds
grounds AIUlrl near Cap Horn 10m taking tAklnl ten good goodsized goesilred f1 f1I
sized 17 right whales hl there hl Site lh tried tr < 1 it itagain Ita ttagalnon
I again a agalnon < aln on tilt her last lalt trip trp trlpmeetingonly meeting mtlj only rough roughweather rOI roughweather h hwathe
weather and anr and a coupln culln of whales whal which whichescaped whicheetped
escaped 1 in the roughness roughnessThn rtIIIIP
The Th growing rolnl scarcity acarcly of the varieties varietieswhich vat vatbleh virieIuswhich
which an af most mnt naturally nturly nought oulht has hasbrought ho hashrntight
brought braht thee Ih Inferior Infror sort Ir of whales whal Into Intorequisition inloIliilon intorequtsition
requisition Iliilon Them Th r han grown arwn up of ofrecent ofrecent f fMnt
recent Mnt yearn yaT the th custom IItom of fr hunting hunlnK II the thenear th thnar thnear
near shore ho whales whal from frm n fixed fJd station Inton on onland nnrand onland
land n 1 ba IJ of otierntintm from frm which whichthe whichthe hlchth
the th vessel dashes dh forth shoots hOI the whale whalefrom whalesfrom hal halfrom
from the tb steamers rlmfr prow prw pumps him himfull himfiI heinifull
full of air and lows him buick IJck to towhere ort I Iwhere
where fiI h there th I is n rendering plant to utilize 1t17 utilizeall or j jall I
all al the parts ni The whales whnl token r k In Ibis Ibisway Ihl Ihlway thisway
back backThe hackTb way am af p generally Rfnlrly specimetm llmnr of the tl llni llniback 11 lit lithack I IThe
The Tb modern mocfm plan In of If land stations Inlon near nearthn fl fltbo ndsurthe
the feeding fliz grounds grolndl which is I singled 11111 out outfor tlt tltfo suitfor
for fo special Iplal criticism crillo In II the tl Zoological ZoologicalSocietys 71111 71111SocelyA 7iueuhuguvslSocluttys
Societys SocelyA bulletin bIUtin grew Irfw up in the Ih nineties ninetiesIt nlI
It ha hu now no been 1 adopted I in many mny lootll lootlltlm Ial lssilities
tlm tlmThn tlmT The T station 1lon h I equipped usually nly with witha
a steamer Ifmr ulmit aholt 10 11 feet ff fe long IonI capable of ofmaking lf lfmking ofmaking
making mking at least twelve knots klntA an hour hourwith Incurwith
with machinery mchln for fo drawing nut tlt the thowhales t thewitches
whales whl and cutting mating them PI up into Ilto him rnAtuige rnAtuigeahle Inlll mnamuige11s
ahle 11s sections aHdt with IIh rendering rncrln isits x > ts > and andapparatus l uinlaturacratmis n1 n1oPPrtll
apparatus for n drying rinG the Ih flesh h by mains inouisof Il mainsothcut U
oPPrtll of othcut not II aIr 01 The < value vall of lf the th hypmdicfs hypmdicfsmake hyoI hyprriduiuniakee
make n1lf up for the th ineagrenes 1grI of lf ihn ihnhlubl iheblubber h hhluhl
hlubl blubber > er In the thl lb llnKtck tnlnl The TII meat meatthough IU IUthud nitthough
though it i is I Add to he I reasonably rn hIY t 1lh 1lhthl rthtable ili i ifor
table thud thl and prnpoml ropII have ha Iwen n I mmcl nde ul for fo foit flr flroinc foronnin I IIp
oinc onnin it it At present It is I actiwliy 1
i utihizewllniheenunnifacttirs in th manufacture of fertlliwr fertlliwrIn
11111 nllela fllur
111 I In ii lh the capture IIII of ff wlvilen whuil 11 by thin thi system systemit system ytemI
I it I it I not 11 ciuioiikiry C ry lo I run 111 more thin a aliiutdrixl alwnl ahtuudrd
liiutdrixl lwnl 11J milui from frl hiri ehtuurS hiriWhile h hWhl
S While Whl the th wKilIm lhl station I0lnn systsni ytID has hasmade MU hasmail
made U Intl 11t progresM rrlr on the Ih Atlantic tLnllo coast coastof II IIuf
of the Ih I 1111 nltil lute I Stales It It is I elsewhere de depleting r desuleting ¬
pleting Itn the th water Wll with wih great Ir runidlty nlidlt7 ranilltyilr
Nlr ilr 1 Lucass luI reM rI resrt > rt lo the Ih Zoological ZoologicalSxiely 7 Zooloi oial kx1 kx1isuty
Sxiely sIty cllun II what is tiuppening hllMnlnJ in Sew SewI eew eewfeetamtIituut 6 6flUdll1
I foimdund flUdll1 us U tyiilcil Tn first Int up 1 to lodue toLa touLut
due uLut La whaling whil smtioti II 111 In this British Irltlh colony colonywas colon
was 1 started Irlln in 1U7 i Thn Th method proved provedu pr1
u 1 giMMl 1 one 41 nfl from frI mmii the Ih whiilennens wblrmfn point pointof IIt IItnf
of If view Iw In II 19113 four flr other fthr station Itlon wens wensstarted WP werestartiet
started 1101 The Th Uepiirtment 1IMrtnnt of f Fisheries Fllhrl at atSr atIh atK
Sr K Johns Ih tirgtil rl 1 limiting Illtl the th uumlier 1111 of ofhiutions orhii ofsuit
hiutions suit hlttei Inn hii the I h hu advice ihle wasiiiot followed followedThey folwtf followedrtusy
They inultipliMl Ilhlpl1 nipidly nLidly until 1111 in 1905 1 them themwere thlr therer
were 1 r eighlivn i hl1 tu of them each ch vitiMted liI41 clos closto clOt clOtI e eto
to I a liroxlinj hrlnJ ground Irl1 upon 11111 which a aI 1 at
I twelve t w lvo knot kll itiiiiitr I mr coul Id < l ru ruoh h on 41 short shortnotice Ihurt IhurtIt shortnot
notice It not let for its il work of dniiruction dniiructionI dlrletlol < lest met ion ionI I II
I lie h figures liCln of If th the Newfoundland WfOllulllJ le leplrlmenl u upIrlm1 I
I I plrlmenl of Fisheries 11hrI0 show the th effects effectsof rtI rtInr
of ilieovertlshitiK Ih i lie rl hill In 1111 IVfl three steamers steamerslook steanuerslick
look sS 4 wludes hII or I an al avenge 1rIj of 2VI St eacii eaciiIn ch
1111 In I mu I Ihi Its llfifn IfI pteamers ttm took 10k but hit MI2 MI2wluiles M hea heawhale
whale whal or an 1 average avi rig III of onlv lh 19 19la U UI
I la I vesN sasl I 1 In 11 I it ino1 I foiirts fitrtsnNtvfotiuuiluunl fitrtsnNtvfotiuuiluunlcossls > nNewfoundlaiid nNewfoundlaiidi = folnllll
cossls i < ls 1 raptured 123 I whnlen wbal in IIW7 1107 the thesame thesari h
same sari 11 number 1111 of f v vesiel w N I 11 whales whalesFurthermore whal whalFlrl whalesherttueun
Furthermore Flrl hrn herttueun as I the I catches tch at home homehave hor I Ihays i
have ha diminished 1ilih1 these Ih Hlenmers Inr Imve Imveform I IIh hitvefuurtnisl
form fuurtnisl sl the Ih t habit hu I ii t during i IIrlilC I ii nh g part inrt of ff the Ih I Its year yearof YIuf r ruuf
of going Inlnl Hiiilh Inll suit h in il active nCI competition competitionwilh omlllitfn I
wilh all hi the Ih Nulll Klilini r rseIs ses I from New Bed Bedford ilselfur > 1 1furl ¬
ford furl fur t and ci ml lortiiKn lurllI Iort uigu < s ii itlOIilt itlOIiltAlloy > loiiies loiiiesAll 1011 I
All Alloy I lnt ovi 1t1 > rlhe r I h lit world urlt wherever a bree IrlUI hireeslimig hireeslimiggrouiid < liiig liiiggrouiKl
grouiKl 110111 for whales whll exists i a I movement movementIn 11mnl 11mnlI
In I tn Mart IIII ntwhnling nlhnlnJ station Itilinn nwirby ItU hear hf is i pretty prettylikely IrfI prettylikely
likely 111 In I lii initiattMl initla The Th inrifli OMSK OMSKof ln1tnf
of North 11 h and 1111 Stiutli 11 h America rill have h severnl severnlof 1 1ff
of ff if tinso 1 I Others Oi LIV 1 ntv luin opene eu1ususel < l in inPatagitma il litIa
Patagitma 1IIlola Ia tat utnittu Thtre rht 111 i are a n r Htations st Iatnl a I uots in Iceland Icelandnnd IlIll IlIllal Icel aid aidatul
nnd al the 1 thu Faro Iaro < l 111 IshttIa land while New eiland lIIn1 lIIn1al1 eilandand
and al1 1 ItS I South Slih hi Africa I rila lire mu I no adopting 1lolnl jul lou jul g the Ih I new newNew nwrln hewiiyustItl
iiyustItl iiyustItlsw rln rlnS
New S sw lUilfordV 1lor dike tk in the Ih conservn conservntion eonirVilI rn rnlinn
linn I Ili of tin Ih t he whaling w haUnl Iii ii n g industry i miii IIIr its ry lies h I us not only onlyin
in the Ih I hi fleet 1 which Iwhllh makes k its it headquarters headquartersin htIQllrlr htIQllrlri
in i the Ih t Aciishnet rlhn1 Hiver Hlv but hit in its li facilities facilitiesfor flII1 flII1fnr facilitiesfor
for provisioning Intiionil the I Iti Portuguese 10111111 whalers whalersof whll whllr
of r th the Azores 70 The Themes h e htrdy tunl lumnelv followers followersof folo folonr
of the Ih South 1h Atlantic 1 fisheries hr have ha of oflate ofInt ofIite
late Int years shown I ii < i gniil 1111 fondness fondn for forAtiHTican fo forttIerirethi
AtiHTican 111 ttIerirethi viands inl Vt t I almost allnt any nn I lino lml lmlIn timutuin linoin
in I tin h autumn utit 1111 uinuui a 1 stout Ol merchantman nrdul man mtv mtvh ma mah
h I seti 1 at II New Bedford Illfonl filling 1111 up II with withvu wlh wlhU
vu U r stores Inn of ff iMlfrnisiiif Ifmlln buckwheat buckwheatNew hICkhI hICkhISW
New Knglind Elllhmi pickles mnned annt apples applescorn Rpll aluplesinun
corn nun 11 tomatoes tfllo totttiit Cus pepper sauce UN maple maplesyrup mlplrrI maplesyrup
syrup sardines nnln saltine liin < ittreIuescj ihreii hftP < led cod codfish codfish ¬
fish Ih rrI and ont other 011 ot her delicacies Ic affect aIIpcteci IMt1 ed by c the thefrimple thp theci
frimple ci imll mupI minded mlno rut it itd jsluilers jsluilersOT islu Ti iere iereoT
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There has haf been a I noticeable nntCnhle diminution diminutionin
in the th numl lumlr numlier > er of arrivals 111 from middle middleWestern nuiddlestern I
Western stern and Ind far fl Western tM Slates Hal at the thehotels th thhotl thehotels
hotels in il the last 111 few f days und yesterday yesterdaythere ytcny ytcnyIhr
there was a I decided dcdd exodus exous of rtldct residents residentsof
of those tho States Sil t in 11 the th direction of home homeAt
At t thn th theesatne name time there thtrewere were thosnabout thosnaboutyesterday thOMboutrday those abotut abotutyesterday
yesterday rday who seemed to be in fl no hurry hurryto
to get home in time to cast a vote ot and theaJoritr themajority the themajority
majority of these Ih seemed II1fi to be Hepubll Hepubllcans
cans One 0 Republican from a State be beyond beon beyonii ¬
yond on the Ih Mississippi wa was noncommittal noncommittalyesterday noncommlttal1f11Irtlay noncommittalyesterday
yesterday when asked if he wasnt nt eager eagerto
to gel hack in time for the polls An Another Anotllt Another ¬
other said shortly that he It wa a afraid busi business bUlin bjnecis ¬
ness n would keep him In New York longer longertitan loncerthan longerthan
than he had expected A man from on onof one onenf oneof
of the tll lii middle States Htat said he b had no in intention Intnlioll intefltiofl ¬
tention of leaving New S York orlc until thee th day dayafter daya clayaftr
after a election electionMy electionMy 1ClionIy
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or 0 the th other he aid If I should nurry nurryhome nurryhnm flurryhiomuue
home now wople 10 pi would ask me now no I Iwn IWRtt Iwait
wn wait going to ii vote ot If I were on the thnground lit litItroulld theground
ground and dldn t vote 01 my political politicalfriends politicalirindl politicalfriends
friends would accuso IICCU mu 111 of < being unfaith unfaithful ¬
fill to tat 111 party 1ft arty If I went t hack and said saidanything aldunyhlnll saidanything
anything I should have hl to o tell u lie or if ifI
I told the th truth some men who h are candi candidates candldal candts1zite ¬
dates dal would be b sore with me m for some sometime sometime ometlm
time to come I cams 11m to t New York on onbusiness onIliblllI otttuutslntsusi
business IliblllI but I have h decided that I can cando cand canthu
do d my 111 celebrating after the election re returns reotllrnOnlf meturns ¬
turns tllrnOnlf cumo in Krith ith much more m enthusiasm enthusiasmthan cut lhllllIrnthlln huislustnthan
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season ottOn at thee th gatnn of lawn Ill tennis nlll Is Isbeyond I IYOlld isbeyond
beyond YOlld question qu tion fur in the numtwr of ofopen ufoln ofopen
open tournaments the th activity of the theranking Ih Ih111111 thitranking
ranking players and the th general Intxrest Intxrestamong tntsaestamong I IamonlC
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the year of 1W ranks n iti tItus lx It t oince oincethe ill I Ithe
the Unit championship was wa played in IWI IWIIn II lsstIn I IIn
In tho review rvi w of any sport urL or I uttimo iustlmtifor > uttimofor illUmfur I
for u I season 11011 the th national nat innal rhatiriiioiisliip rhatiriiioiisliipfirst hlIioll I 1 1lIt Ifirst
first demands attention und the Ih title titleevent taU taUevnt tttlusevent
event of lawn tennis tnnl this year at wa w more moreinteresting lutoreInteresting ur urIntthllt
interesting than it has ha been for f several severalseasons uuvrtlseasons rII rII311on
seasons 311on mainly because it honfed h I that thatAmerica thllAIIIrica lhttitAmerica
America has some proinhann prulU t inlC material materialIn
In thee tb championship class chi In this thl respect respectit i iIt
it is I much Iwlteroff lMur ofT IT than anvnther IIn any othnllllt othnlllltIn u uthr country countryI cscniut ii iiin
I in the world William Willi A A tainted o nl1 HUCC success successfully If IfflIy I S Sfully
fully defended his hi title in the Ih tingles inll cinch nndi cinchIresleriek
I i Frederick r IIIck II Alexander und a Harold II IIllackutt IIIIlIcktt IIhackett
llackutt did the h saris UII In the double doubleRut liuiljhiHut
Rut while the th latter pair iur cunsl tin tinbracket tltbracket I IhIekt
bracket in straight t ets t nnd nndmarked hol1 shmwisimarked i imarlc
marked marlc 1 superiority over their I hi o oLnmeds IIItnt uitMMilltntsLamods IIItntJrmtd
Lnmeds match went n the th five full sel selthe sels selsthee 1 1thO
the play being the moot sensational nlllaf iOllnl ever everseen eVerseen 11tn
seen tn on the h Newport o wort Casino CasinoUirnedrt Casimueulamnedte ain ain11nedlI
Uirnedrt opfionent was WII Thoiiiis < C CHundy l lBllud1 I Iflnidy
Hundy of IX 100M > H Angeles AIIK Cal who 1111 came camei catiiEast 11I 11Itat
i tat with lth Trowbridgn Hetidrick Ild k to play playin
in the th doubles the pair having luil1 previously previouslyearned I Icanted
earned the right ri ht to play for the th tu 1 itanal itanaltitle m mtitle
title As A he h happened to I hi on n the thepionahip tll tllpionahil Its e i ipionshtiu
pionahip ground he h decided dtt lItt to h hcut 111 111rut hicUt
cut at the th singles not tjen tJ n having very veryserious veryserious rr rrrioWl
serious rioWl aspirations thai he h would wind windup windUI I
UI as he I afterward did Neither pjth did nny nnyof nnyof anyof
of the th wise wi ones on dream that he h would be beLamed h I ILameds
Lamed challenger Previous to New Newport Swport Newport ¬
port Hundy played nt Southampton Southllm f1 1111 and nndafter nn1after andafter
after exhibiting little Ixtter than mediocre mediocreability mlIlIrnabUilY tneullnrreeability
ability wait beaten by Maurice K Mc Mclaughlin Mcfouughlln 1 1lollhlln ¬
laughlin In the Hemiflnal round roundAt
At Newport = the conditions seemed seemedbetter seemedbetter m1 m1bfllt4tr
better suited to Bundy and he h wax w gradu gradually Itradllally ¬ I Ially
ally becoming more accustomed IIccu tom1 to the theheavy th theheavy
heavy hr avy > atmosphere of the Ih Kant His Hiswork Iii Iiiwork hiswork 1
work in the th opening rounds was watla a great grrntImprovement greatimprovement I IImprovmEnt
Improvement over his hi form of the week weekprevious wkplous weekprevious
previous and those th who met him him found foundthat fOlIl1Ihllt foinithat
that he had it peculiar underspin to his hisservice hiIrvlO8 I Iservice I
service rvlO8 which wan very difficult d to handle handleThe handlTh hatidleThe
The Th more he played pla td the Ih better he h seemed seemedto 1 i ito
to work this service and when htn the singles singleswere singleswere inllCl1 inllCl1ere
were ere about half through the Ih done do was wasthat wasthat al althat
that It would be Bundy and nd either ilhp Beats BeatsWright PealsWright I I
Wright or 0 McLoughlin in the Ih final The Thedope Th Thdope Thedope
dope proved true for McLoughlin who whowan whowas hf I I
was away off color fell by the wayside waysideIn avidlIn
In the sixth round and Bundy and Wright Wrightlanded Wrightlanded I
landed in the th final bracket bracketIt
It wa a game never to Iw forgotten forgottenOn r rOn
On one tide of the net was Beau Wright Wrighta
a name famous in the th annals of American Americanlawn tmerkatilawn mrillUllawn
lawn tennis and on the Ih other side sid a young youngman YOIIl1Cman votingman
man from thee th extreme westerly i point > > oint of ofthe ofthe
the th continent a courageous fellow who whoatood whowoo whostood I
woo ready to battle out every nee to the thelaat Ih Ihlut thulast
last smash and absolutely undismayed undismayedby
by the eb reputation of any eastern wonder wonderor
or hi his style of play For 01 two sets t und a ahalf ahalf
half those who ho saw tin match could couldhardly rOlllrlhrdly couldhardly I I
hardly believe their eyesight Iltht for fo the theCalifoniian th thCallforolan theCalifornian
Californian outplayed outplo his hi clever opponent opponentat
at every point Whenever he h saw w the theleant th thIMAt theleast
leant chance Bundy bounded to the th net netfor netfor I Ifor
for smashes and not alone did he force forceWright frttWrhbt I IWright I
Wright to the th ha has e linebut from fro froiuithe III the Ih hick hickof iwckof
of the court he h outplaned outdrove and andoutpaced IIlIrIolltp4 amidotitpaced
outpaced olltp4 the veteran veteranThe vetemahuThe trlll1 trlll1Th
The first two sets t went to 0 Bundy fl 3
6 83 3 and nd with the th tally > 3 in the II next nexthe rtetthe
he h was wa within an ace of the Ih match when whenWright whtnWrlgb whenVrigitt
Wright began a series of lobs which not notonly 1101onl tiotonly
only onl stalled off his hi rivals aggressiveness aggressivenesson
on the Ih Instant but gained the Ih tt hs 1 for fo the theKoslonian th thlIoonlan thushtostonian
Koslonian at N ICfI I 6 That was U Wrights Wrightsgallant Wrlht Wrlhtgallant Wrightsgallant
gallant stand nDd for although the tll its next went wentto wentto
to Bundy at 10 108 8 the th Califoniian always alwayshail alwayshad Iwny I Ihll
hail hll the th whip hand of the II exchampion exchampionIn
In justice to Wright it must be b l stated Itfl that thatbis thAIhi thatlii
bis hi hard hnllue tussle with w ilh Mclaughlin IrIou hlin the th day daybefore I Itwfo Ibefore
before twfo took something out II of him but butit i iIt
it is I doubtful if he could lmv < > beaten beatenBundy hnt hnt8undy itentetihImdy
Bundy anyway anywayThe j I IThe
I Iand
The challenge chnll nt round between htl n Hundy Hundyand nil Iiintlyand 1101
and Larned showed < 1 that the h California ulifornianroml ulifomniutiusforni s sform
form wan consistent for he gave av Limed Limedthn IMunt1Ihe Iarnesithe
the stiffest argument tin I he six ix times ttm cham champi ehamIon chamion
pi Ion on ever got in his long lon and brilliant brilliantcareer brilliantca brilliantcareer
career ca turned opened the th battle ImllloIng nerv nerving uerving ¬
ing and he captured the th first net t at fl tJThere I IThere tTiters
There was considerable curiosity cllrioll Hi > see seehow seehow j jhow
how the champion would handle Bumlys Bumlysreverse Uundyrtle Buindysreverse
reverse rtle service rvic and tlmre was Va some somelaughing cohnlaughing 11I i
laughing and cheering ch rinlt on this stand when whenlearned whenLamed hn hnIInrn
IInrn learned wan seen to drive his h return lIn out outof outI outof
of bounds boundsIn boundIn
In the second second conti eel nt it was wn soon evident to tothose 10thOtft tOthose
those who looked on that there Ih wits 111 a achallenger acballenltfr achallenger
challenger on the turf who was wa goingto going
to I make the th holder holtf work to retain his hislaurels hi ltislaurels
laurels Early in the I h fray Bundy led III iiito
2 00 O and thee Ih lead was wn genuine for he hehad h hhad hebad
had Lamed flying all over the th court trying tryingto I ryillJto
to get at his hi crops cro court shots hot By thei theifastest Ih Ihanrl flufastest
fastest and most accurate kind of play playLarned 1IRylrnMI lila1Lamed
Lamed pulled ullPd up even n but Bundy IIl1nel came cameagain cameagln am amaKaln
again mind led at 3 3 With a series ri of ofwell flfw11 u uwell
well placed deep d p drives elrlv tarned won the thenext t thenext h i inest
next game making U ilJ 3 all nnd and in thee thnnext thflnfzt theetilIct
next Larned broke through Bundys Bundysservice nllilflyMrvlCf Bustidysservice
service and led at t 13 3 From thence thenceonward thn thnonanl thenceonward
onward it wan n i shot and shot affair with withTurned wilhlnm1 withInmest
Turned chiefly on the Ih defensive dfn I until th thfigures IhflitUrPfl thefigures
figures were w II > in favor fa or of Bund Jllllllij The Thetwelfth Th Tht Thetwelfth
twelfth t wlft h game fI was purely rph n driving one onewith nil otiswith I Iwitll
with Bundy having the th l helter > tler of f it and andhn andhIt andlie
hn finally landed the Ih set at atThe 7 S SThn 3Thfl
The cheers CI which greeted Bundy lIulII when whentin hn I Ithe Ith
th the score cor was announced had the III effect effectof fT t tor
or putting Iirned on his hi beth < and IIn1hlhitling and ex exhibiting cxjituibing ¬
hibiting the th fastest bmiil h roll I of trims im imaginahle 1maltlnahl urnaginahulee
aginahle and he h gained the lit next ci nt a aut t tn
n 0 Bundy began the service 10 of thej the thefourth
fourth set nt t and it was a long drawn out outseries outri otitseries
series ri of rallies alii At t 3 I Bundy led but I II IIIIrnPd IIstrued
I irned wan taking no chances and he h was wasnut wa wasout
nut to win as a quickly as hu could MI hn hntoon hftIIGOII hueScott
Scott made It 3 all Bundy mine ran again againwith alJllll1Ith agutnwIth
with another streak of smashing at the thonet th thnflt thefleet
net and after sonic 100 terrific work he h timid imdtho timidthe I Ith
the th com at t 7 41 < T hn h next same Im went wentJO went30all nt nt30all
30all JO all when turned hit a short lob too tonliard tosluard t thard
hard and It flew n out of bounds nnd in the thenext th thfIeI thenext
next ace Bundy easily pnsud learned and andmade nnllmnle antimache
made < th thu sets3 set e b Ia IaTbo 3all 3allThose all allTbosu
Those Tbo who ho were lh Ihrft m and lid who had an nnidea aniel anhuie
iel idea of the Ib gain wondered lo so ee I that th thchampionship thchall1plonhlp lie liechaniplonuhlp
championship depended on n the tl1 result of ofnne flfon oftitle
title on net 1 This net was easy Pfl RM enough for forLarned rorlarntd forlarneil
Larned nn nlJund Bundy was n not nn able hi to rf muili muilitnora n11more niuiotumore
more than stagger around the court nnd nndlarded intlLartleed I IIrdttd
larded got the th is vcrdict at ft u The Th right rightroiimUand eightroundiand ildltrounIand
roiimUand the Ih ihteextra extra match in the th doubles doubleshad 10111 10111hlld fnuituleshad
had dotio rlo their work on Bundy 1II1nd nnd to meet meetn
n fresh man in the II lie last of all was too much Inu tncirhfor h i ifor Ifor
for him Nobody want to detract the theloast rh rh1IlIIIt theleast
least from the Ib merit of learned a sic a sin singles singlee In Inalp ¬
alp player for hn h ha proved proved himself tho thol I ItJponflnt Ibest
best l e t exponent of thee singles IIlnltllalll gain tttir tttirita m IIIr IIIrIta r rlea
Ita ha hasever T < r wen no but It would 0111 IM I interest h hIng i iing iIng
ing to ice bow he It would far with 1 Bundy Bundyhad lIuIIlyhad lltitutlyhad
had they III met with the conditions about aboutven aloollleVII ateuguteven
even ven TIll fact that Bundy was WI after afterward afi fhrward r rward ¬
ward asked to gn n to Australia rtr ift ir the th theDavIs i iDaviit iOavl
DavIs cup I lit evidence ldftfI of whin lh lawn i it itennis
tennis t nnU head h thought tbou < bt of his hi ability iii ii lily lilyThere I IThera
There mtrnHOtan were r sot very 17 interesting Irltr IIIIIt J ays II IIfor ity ityfor I Ifor I
for the th doubles championship lx huetwen > tween I
a aI
Alexander and lljckett lIael and Bundy and andHTidrick nti ntitJIIdrick
i I HTidrick That lh ihamplon wtrn on oni
i edge was eatilv II apimrent IIIf Irt white on th thother the IhotI
I I other luind thMaliforiiiin thul frrlilIl ut first wnas wnaserratic wr 1 1fIftIlto ics icsI
I erratic m n a 1 pair of novices llendrick llendrickwas
Iwa was huly ratt 11I11101111141 rattltui il and did not settle tllot dowa dowahn dowaI
to hn Iii I gam < > till hat It mntch was half halfthrough lualfthrulliCh hilft
I through t and act i whatever l lit I ever points x tu 11I1 mu Is won won wonbr 0 0I on onby
br the th IaliforniaiiH Ilifrlllll ram from Un It work workof worlcf
of f Hundy who warmed to hU eam < front fronttlw rrontth frontthis
I this very ry start I hi every ry point of the thiPlay tb tbpiaV the1ilay
Play Hackett lIak and timid Alexander nxcelled nxcelledTheir nztuhledTheir U d
I Their ourt 111 oivermg rIl was WII Utt lustier I r their not notsmashing notIImhln notstuasluliug
smashing sit 1I1nllr > erior and they completely completelyoutshone ceunuplsteIytuittshuotuu umpllylIthn
outshone the th challenger in I the thuCurlli7 thuCurlli7of accuracy accuracyof
of their ground strokes strokesTho strikicThu Irk IrkTh
Tho Th first set 1 fell to Alnxaiider and andHackett andnak aitulhackett
Hackett nak lt at a II I but I the 10 second cnllli was Wi totally totallydifferent totallyclifiureiit
different Hendrick lIIlrul wn I Imlll Miiiming stead steadter udssttiicr 101 101ir
ter while Hundy clian 11111I1 < < d his hi tictics and andbegun andhIIl1I
begun to 1 force the ih its ptico I I anil 1 n III tutI timtiMrs timtiMrswith tuitetlerswith In Inwllh
with the II cither pair etir As often uift n as 1 cot cotthochaiiolKMlirted cotIh ct ctliii
thochaiiolKMlirted Ih challco h1 lit tl 111111 irttI to the th net and oinsiud oinsiudwith tjI sasitt d dIlh dsitit
with Ilh fore and 1 luiik hind bringing hrin lIt ofT ofTsome 01m
some m shot that en the gailerv ilr wild wildItfon wild11Ifr wihithtfere
11Ifr Itfon atiybodv a liv I ue etis had Itu I I t > mi > to It thitik t h u mu Ic thu thuCaliformaiis th thCalifoli fitttltfoniittius
Califormaiis wr III the Ih lend at I 4 4t 4tTh 4iIhute 1 1Then
Then Th by It I iv good gi lIn1 en I stiMilv situu ts pav 111 I II I thichampionM thichampionMdr t h i shiui hlllllpion hlllllpionIr niuioneI
dr elrw Ir w Itl i Ivsl vel 1111 at 4 iand I lId tin Its challenger challengerl cJmlln
l led < l at j I and with wit Ii Alxnmlr wrving
h y wer within a t point 1 of f th > set t but butth hutrhfriI1 butI
th rhfriI1 I ltut v failid frut he I at is t the th C It critical jimIlIlHIIlIt It I moment and 1 ti ci th thtally tue tuetally
tally i lien Mood i Hiuidy UII and his hiipiuiir hi hip hisp I
piuiir p ut1r r tl again uititt alll al ui o j > hut on his hi mr mrvui srV f fv
vui v it liii liwkI i Uf eviiii e > il I up 11 c nnd e iii tlie th t lit chani chaniPI eItt lam ft ftlii
PI Iu IIH toou ill I h two I is II iriimeH cu II tutos following and andtii llneltll unitiii I
tii tlln > Ot it itThe it itrh
The n champioiiF cI until juiutti too I cui the III I Ii third th t It i rd M set > I nt ntrt ItJ
rt u 3 lint I utit it was a ininh Iwtter I sd tr set > et than thllllihe I limi tt the thefigures
I figures tlltllr ti gui rs would is III ettlu It I indnate 1111 iii i ieat s hiiring hi ri tug tln t Ii > enlim enlimi ent I ret retdetsi
i wrison detsi ut 1 AteMinder leciauue and ttte I lluckelt lIarkIlIltr I I never mucvrI oncw
tiiet I i deficit r > II althoiiKb allhI LI I t 11e it 1gb h in th I It Vc 5OV IV rr rrSial i irks irksState irkSttt
State chniiituoiiHliiii elm uttt ii citsit I I I they tla t liSt hud I n miglitr miglitrnlo lIIillhtnln tuu i glut i inlou
nlo 4 rub Ih of f u Thei oi oUIII oUIIIenrltnll > oiientM werw werwarlton 501sirlton
arlton It iirdne and Minni 11IIn > K j te teI ln lnl II II1llhlill
l 1llhlill ii > ighlin glil in the tt I lie young 1II1 taliforiiiin Cllllfru ili 1 uciu itit lI anil III IIIIIItr it itmore aItior
more lnllunt I irtli it lit initrh had I nev muciver r lieen lieenS I Iill iecn iecntt
S H U in thin t I i is liMiiMy I e witi u I y and alit I it i I Wa a in every everywiy ervway rv rvtl
way tl worthy of ee r the Ih good crowd that saw sawit I III
it on the th courts lIrl of the Ih Crescent A t C CThewore rTh C CThe
Thewore Th ucur nr was all on 11111 cu the lit wts t and 11 Gard Gardner Ouinhtier ¬
tier mul tutu 111 Mcloiighlinli IeIc eughil in Ii l i itt t I I when wh the themad Ih IhI t heuiitie
I mad I a mistake Instetd ltistu at of if enatging UI iging In Inill
in a 1 lobbing Ii uhil ticig mulch tutitt eli which a Ii itlu ther tI t ht did u I iii Mr MrL I I1lhllll lIitiglul
L 1lhllll > iighn its should havit h hii ii ionie to t tu i the th net netand ntIII1t1 netamid
and taken Ik a clout at the Ih ball 111 every rr time it itMew hw ittiet
Mew w near litmus or he h could 11111 reach it itIf ItIf
If I r nothing ttuuthi lug e ci I In I would mix nU x nutter nutterwith IIIIIt IIIIItwith Ii tat trq trqwith
with the th 1hampionx and 1111 fan nn a well wella II
I a lie h did d RI in the Ih remtmiler remneI mu ler of i if thexetfor thexetforby th t he et 1 fur furI cur curtty
by I th the steadiest 111 sun r flrt > rt of play III Alexander Alexanderand I Ieutsderand JlIIIr JlIIIrIInti
and HiUett WMH wl1v it five Kiitu giitis I H straight IrI ht and andthe tutu tututhe ut utth
the th tiN et und tI match matchThe 11I1111Th tuutthiI
I The Th interncholaKtn ilut rscii4 last iu cliampionthip hintgi ide utds ie was waswon au auWceti
won w bv K II Whitney 1IIn S uitlutV after aft < te i warm tuwln tuwlnwith turftIIh tiusalesitt
with IIh nor eurge M 1 fliurch the th Princeton Princetonnterschilatii IriltonirIlPltlrhuIIti lniticwtcniiiierscttolntie
nterschilatii champion II I t was iili IuIuV4 IuIuV4at v tot totRt d dat
at Newport cwucir wplJrt an IIlItllh Zuitl < l tlnsc us isir < ir 1 > in fa Fuuvuir II vor lrf of Whit Whitney Vhitnoy hlt hltny ¬
ney was 0 80 S 6 in I n I I H II All through throughthe thrlhIll
Ill the match teh he h wan v cooler w tier and wlinwoil wlinwoilletter shewpclheettor
letter head h fl work wer than the tl Priwetontun PriwetontunTli
Tli new W feilure of the Ih Year was th thlay the thftIIrt
lay r jurl > 1I1110ntlhlll lriuipion hii > held for thee thollrit th thIIrt theeiirst
llrit tune till lit Omth Neb Xe It The Th even evenbrought pnullltht
brought ullltht together a snlendid entry nlr or orIh ofthe f ftin
tin Ih l lwst > e t rlay u JII ourt 111 e esrrts > > rt in Americst AmericstCalifornia tnierteicCuulifuiriuia mfric mfricIall
California Iall fo Ill ill wimi iI I might IM I rilled thn thnhome thnhnlll thehottue
home of the Ih iInv 111 ioiir r produced prndlicf1wlllnt lie thawinner
winner in Melville tlels IIIII ill II Long who wh won wonin wonitt
in such rha a t style cccl I I ax to leave 10 a not I tho h let lightest sligltteujtdoubt lightestdoubt I ldltf6tdout
doubt about lut lii ability hili Thero lhisr seers weraplnvers rlt rltlhr
plnvers from fro every very r State SII in th West Westand VeStauid t
and the th lie South thee l leest T < t repres rtpnttlv rtpnttlvnf < > nlativn nlativnof
of the Ih Ka 11 t Uing h llc Walter altsr Merrill Hall of ofthe nrth
the th Hamilton irmge ruuig Tenni Club H HfIt HfItYaM lisiWas i iwas
was the tll finalist against Long and made madea mldr
a rtther r thr poor x > or liowimr the th main Iln caus causIwing etusheiitg u uIilll
Iwing his hi hard match against Walter WalterHiiyesof WnltrlIuy Vnltprhiayis
Hiiyesof lIuy of Chicigo lh f IlJn the Ih five time champion championof
of the th middle West est 1 Again 1 hong hongsmashing 1n4laIIrnahilliC Longscmnaeshiuiug
smashing and lobbing ohhl Hall rould do little littlaor
or 0 nothing ami a antI the th Lilifonuan won with witha
1 score I of fl o o i II i Hall played playedin
in the tl doubles tlollhl paired with lr P H Hawk Hawkbut Hllwkhul Hawkhut
but they Ih got knocked out III the It third thirdround thirdround thirdrotund
round Thee Th winner in n the double doublewere douhlwft mulchesWere
were F I J Andenmn Atttle rnumt of Brooklvn and andWulter IntW intluilter
Wulter W ltr Hayes lIav of Chicago In the tl final finalround finalroturici
round they Ih heat Melville 1hjJI Ii long and A AHcribner2 AScrhnr ASctiliner2
Hcribner2 fl 53 3 fl sEe fllfl II t ie 3 351 II IITh 3 3The t
The Th clash r111 h of the I tang lon Maud 1 al1 champion championships dnpionhlpot huatnpionship
ships and tutu 1 the I h Knglcwood 1n lwoo < 1 Field Club open opentournament npttn10IlrtHltn opentoutruutitnedut
tournament occurred flit h first week In InJune Innt InJuin
June Juin nt the former fixture having a little lii tie the thaworst thewur1 theworst
worst of the Ih entry ntr I It tnnttenMl I little iittlefor iittleforit Ifor Iforil for forit
it was w n the I h wettest 111 weather th of t the ho h whole whotayear wholar
year ar nnd both tournaments siifT sitftsftd IT rfd I sev severul 5eVcml v v11I1
erul 11I1 iNMttpnnement PIi0tulnt S William H Cragin Craginmaintained llJininlIIII1 Craginimilttrtitieui
maintained his hi grip rll on u the 01 i Kngtt cup for forthe fn fnth forI
the th I hi Ixing I oug Nland I Iutitci singles sitigi 11I1 s and guIuu I he h need needanother l14Pdsnothr tucedsanol
another anol her leg to 1 0 own CiW Ii otitrcht ill I rahl r ghit the Ih t prizn priznwhirli Irlznwhleh jurirew
whirli w is i th t lie most valuable VII tutu lii tennis tt5l 11111 is trophy trophyin IrolhIII I
in th < Kai 11 In the II FnglewiMxl lournoy 10urno3rllon
Carlton I uirl rllon toll It Ohl iardner ei the I h his tall cut I I Calirornian Calirorniancaptured tl i ontiia ontiiaia
captured ia 111111 it ui red dual I honors hno He II I I u dufeatedi dufeatediCimrles miufpttesjChinnls If
Cimrles M I Hull Jr of the tIc Crescent AC ACin C Cin
in the final round in straight it ts t although althoughHull
Hull hail defeated Knrl Hchr in the semi semifinal semifimsat ¬
final iardner inr eiuird d with Harold H HHucketi HI
Hucketi I I iueket I in i ti the t lie doubles clout ble and ii nut they c won wonthough vctit
though t hioui ght on the t lit road to I o victim vuet orv ih u hey v timid to togi togo
gi go > thn I hi nuiutgis > ugh It 1 I littlcnnd ltt t I nuul Karl Ku rI H lthur lthurItight hr hrItight
Itight on ets the hms of the thusus imcti Ciiniff Ciiniffthe einitjhi
the hi New Kngland chainpioUHhlii I h and it itwas itsyas
was held on the iii court of lIst he Hertford Hertfordiolf
loll Club lou Tieodore H lhl ll the Is holder holderof
of the title turned up it in rare shape stun ii and andhe andhues
he had to ii meet It A Holilen mu Jr of Vain VainUniversity stli stliLntvsrsity
University the I Iii challenger IVII did thus thatrick a atrick
trick in Htraight sets ami it marked the thofourth thefouurth
fourth conwHutive win for the title Ha Hagained lieiitiel
gained iitiel the first leg on the t h new challenge challengecup
cup c Ill he having won out the old one taut tautyear lastyear
year Paired with Watroua atrct2ru Hnldrn won wontb wontie
tb doutileo and the latte has sine sineefirned sinceesitiieI
efirned distinction dist tuct hut bv winning the I inter interollHuiit intercollegiate
collegiate < > 1 chamiim eitatuipiutisliip liip singles singlesllie singlesliii
llie Metropolitan uletruptl itamu champioiiKhip single singleand slngleamid
and amid iloublix for men was given bv the thnWe theest
We est t Side Tennis Club nt 3Mh street and andHrikadwav antIhirivudway
Hrikadwav and for sir the first time in its itahistory itsiilettOlV
history the itt tournament wax held on grass granacourts grasscoturts
courts On this lii account nearly iu arly all thus thnturf thusturf
turf players of note entered and among amongthe atueonglh
the lh lot was William A tarned Them Themwen Thenwtr
wen some first rate nit matches and the re result iistilt ¬
stilt was that tamed and amid Touchnrd Touchnrdlanded Teiuutrhiardlays
landed lays leiu I in the final round In I ii the t ii iitlitul Mtni Mtnillnal
llnal Tomhard won a most twnsational twnsationalmitch setisuut ional ionaliuiitcii
mitch from Alexander after the ii latter latterhud latterlual
hud won a set was 5 2 ami H to 13 to th thiK the thewotuei
iK wotuei ond set sectS or within one on imL x > mt of th thniitcli thensatch
niitcli In the other section of the semi srmillrnl semiilnel
llrnl liniHl m itiet t Carlton It inrdner inrdnerand htrdneramid
amid and the Califoniian led the national nationalLhiimpion national nationalchutnupiomu
Lhiimpion such u pact that he sprung n ntendon ateenclon
tendon though he was able ti to > scratch scratchiilonc scratchaluicig
iilonc and win out tarned then wantedto wanted
to default to Touchard on account of hi hileg his hisIeg
leg but acting in n I sportsmanlike manner mannerTo
To hard refused to accept the thu default defaultsiying riefuttiltsiyiiug
siying thai he would wait till tarnfds trern ds legwile leg legwas
was tetter He II did wait but when the thamutch thetnutcti
mutch come tilT ff Tittirhard was sulTering sulTeringFrom
From apr ecitudiritlut > endiritisand amid Uirnei iron easily easilyAlexander easilyIesxantier
Alexander nnd Hackett won the double doublewithoii douhileawitheut
withoii being extended extendedA
A few days prior to efte opening of the thaSew theNew
Sew York Slate chntnpionship on the thnIrescent theCrescent
Crescent A C C courts th the last week in iciluuls inTulv
Tulv Mclaughlin defeated IW Heals as Wright Wrighttt e nigist nigistat
tt I ingwoml and it was therefore con concluded ccurteluidesi ¬
cluded that th youngster from lie coast coastliad coasthaul
haul improved from his previous trlp trIpe
Kast rightliadjuatrotumed right hued Just rettirtiest fromWIm fromWImliledon from Vim Vimhulesfon
liledon where he produce < i th the only inter international International ¬
national featurx of if the year though hn hnwas hesync
was l eaten > by Anthony Wilding Th Thfact The Thefuict
fact that Mctaiighlin was in the New YorU YorUState Yoric4tnte
State meet gave it n great fillip for bo boImil beIuutl
Imil never l en seen nrniind th > locality liHalityHe
It He gave a display of all sorts of tennis tennisHixxl tetiitiageeeul
Hixxl haul ami phenitn piuetiotntual niil and T n ill cllmiiT illmzt >
mzt miiT went down to defeat before C 1 M MHull MHtml
Hull Jr F Innian won th title in ininples Iiittigls
inples nnd Alexander rnd Hackett tha thalouhlo tlu tluThu
louhlo Th wpe < following Mclitlgh Mclitlghlin
lin r rcdcuueel < d > eme < j InmiMlf oniewhnt at S South SouthinieteIfl < nith nithimpton
impton br winnunr the ingle and ha hai hetulrsel
i tulrsel ired snOt VV t A tarned for cur 1 clean c ccit ccitwilt it itwin
win in the It d l ulilis ulilisTin itt ittrh
Tin rh gaiM at itmnin > the Cli women vis if ifivtldnir ifuvtlultr
ivtldnir mn nuoo eir M lun an in it IWUl MIM MIMllurel lisiI
I llurel lie iil litrhl I I cehti > is all I tie way from fromrisci fromntCl
risci te i defend In ifie e It in fin finshe V 1le a Druiene Druieneto
to C icitual rbtauu ii ii < t PltiItuslel i It ItShe >
She she met Mis I liuii < > iii Hammond of 1 New NewVork ceW ceWcurk
Vork curk in the challe chilletge > i > round and tlie lie Call CallTorn all allfernii
fernii Torn cir once r inre rroverl l lir > r super superritv stuiegluiv
ritv uiv In fact Mi s Hammond did nol nolw notuveIl
w uveIl ll as nhidul cli cud i < inMlvhei tutu vhuef she tioU tioUi
i sf t from MI Miss H iiicl as i OtMside of ofhi f ft
t hi ui Mis IliiiHiinnd oornett the thu blggr lelggettIii t tlice
lice Iii nf the year honors wintllnc Ice tlinKustem IceFuieerii
Kustem Staffs Middl Slides Metro Metrof
P f ° > llljtn t nnd other eliuu linupiiti > hir hirThiiiiRli ur urThucuutrh
ThiiiiRli Miss Hdtrliki Is tin present presentTitionul preiPiitnutionul
Titionul chmnnion sie cli linn tia tint < s stuulelluhueel e eKitilli
tuulelluhueel Kitilli > he < l her hteret elf us II ti foremost roinnl wimitinlayrn < roinnlr
layer r > In America for in an invltatiui invltatiuil nvttatimttuturtunfut
tuturtunfut l > iiiriMini > nt 1 I s An tnredoi > > > te fclie lce hd hdt
t t lower lur color t ti M i t ie M I v Sitlton SitltonAViilltig i4utttnAcsiizriing
AViilltig t the reports no fl slide thrilling thrillingmatch thriihinXmnette
match vris over w w eti n U I fw t fles < sii iI fw I we women womenr womenftitht
ftitht r ith isne re export PluIVr4 ilay < T < lull Mlns Suttoti Suttotiin
in the stronger nnd with more xllng lo tier tierrvice herservIce
servIce rvice She won with the cire > of 4 413 413I 9 9I
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