down trees in an extraordinary way. But his nights Were not spent blamelessly. He became an expert Sicken thief. He raided boldly, and was quite ^abashed when caught in the act. The revenge that ^evitably follows such performances could not long be evaded. A dark nightaa cut with a dharaand 8Amebody laughed and ran.a
NAUK KA YEA ZET.
Both of us come from the great Unknown,
You and I, my brother :
Out of the Past by Karma thrown Man and beast together.
Brother ! Iave paid you the debt I owea Kindness, for kindness of long ago.
Maxims and Manners.
The way of an eagle in the air ; the way of a serpent ^Pon a rock; the way of a ship in the midst of the 8ea: and the way of a man with a maid.a*
A deceitful man looks everywhere for trickery. He CaimAt understand truth. Unreasonable men seek for Jasons, yet do not heed them. They question without a reply. They form opinions without weighing s* Their enquiry is void because their minds were before they began. All men fear such fellows, e them, and bear with them. But one day they e revenge. The bully fawns to his superiors, but ***8 those beneath him as dogs. He sacrifices them
* Proverbs 30. 19.* Proverbs 30. 19.