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FIRST VISIT TO MINDORO
virtue of which he could compel any one whom he chose to dance until he died of hunger and exhaustion.
Three years later we were allowed, as a special favour, to see this charm, which proved to be a little bronze image. Whether or not the Capitan believed in it himself, we could not make out.
TYPICAL MANGYAN HOUSES a ADLOBANG RIVER, MINDORO
We went to work at once, and at first got on very well. We took turn and turn about, each of us hunting birds one day, and timarau the next. Timarau trails were numerous, and we several times got near enough to the creatures themselves to hear them dash off through the dense underbrush; but we discovered that