The Image of War ; or, Service on the Chin Hills.
R " friendly " into his
grasping the situation, promptly under guard for an unpleasant situa-kept the Chiefs well night, and they were for the good behaviour lage, till the little morning. The night's had resulted in not a
the malcontents and placed them of the night. It was tion. However, he under his eye all retained as hostages of the rest of the vil-party left early next escapade, however, few broken heads.
One of thefriend-against the Chief of a appeared that a long to the offending vil-goats. But the Chief money and guns, and tunnelled entrance to
back to his own villageabut without the village, the his respects, believed his come to have As soon as the into camp, sprang on seized and hand and caused the s t e rnation Chief's fol-bounded up
a boungshay village.
takes the lam omn hands.
lies had a grievance certain village. It time ago he had gone lage to purchase some had eased him of his shown him the wTay goats. When the column reached this as usual came to the camp to pay The aggrieved friendly opportunity had now vengeance. Chief came the friendly him and bound him foot. This greatest con-am ong the lowers, wTho the hill like
chin breast-work on a mountain path.chin breast-work on a mountain path.