The Image of War ; or, Service on the Chin Hills.
"Boipas" (Chin for sahibs), and some felt the effects of that mild debauch next day and the day after that.
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Yu and its virtues.
This Yu} or Chin beer, varies in quality immensely. No two brews are alike. The liquor first drawn off is naturally much stronger than the subsequent liquid ; for, as the beer sinks in the jar as it is drawn off through the reed, more and more water is added. This beer, when good, is not unlike inferior cider ; at any rate it is refreshing and acceptable when you have nothing better to drink, especially after a long, weary, dusty march over manv hills. After a time all of
A us took kindly to Yu, and, whenever a Chin deputation came in, the Yu
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