The 'Silken East v
Chinese goods, including silk and felt. As to railways, they are very well, and those that the Government has made are likely to do Bhamo no harm so long as they stop short at Myitkina. Certainly there is no lack of brisk business in Bhamo to-day, and even as I sit here in
Showing incidentally the manner of mounting a " hti " on a Pagoda
the cool shelter of the inner court, men go to and fro through the business premises, packing bales and studying invoices, and a stream of traffic passes down the sunlit street.
But city fathers have their duties, so bidding my host adieu, I join the moving throng, and glance as I go at the strange shops of chemists, and of the dealers in