3 5 SIA M AND THE SIAMESE.
this child upset, he and think very little of
for sale. Notice some of the fruits as they pass. That one, nearly as large as a child's and resembling ahuee oranee,
and which is so in spines as if to say, 'Touch me not! ' is the far-the natives consider the king of fruits. It weighs'from five to ten pounds. This
Then there are the rich
the and c.
You seethe flags of ing from the ships. There are also scores of : yachts on the rivers of Siam now, owned by the
by immense ratan cables, are? They are junks, and it would be hard to tell where
The wonder is
the sea. And the glowing in which they are painted, red always pre-Arid don't overlook the large eye