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lUAV I'TAll l'MAY M ANDAIJH: TIM: MOI5XINC. XnVKMfiKIJ 4. 1 warehouses aud a niuuls-- r of handoimc bull, Hugs, (iovvrutuent ofltces will occupy the riwut I.uneta aud the pleasant wUI be carried westward ou lo the made ground. One of the Quest hotels la tba Fast will stand un the eiige of the Mew I.uneta. Half a mllw farther south the reshk'iua uf tlie guyeruur and a row of eliihbonsea will face the bay. Vbea tltesa alieraikma ate eumpleled. Maullq will, ha uue uf the must beautiful cities In tlie world. i But the Brat efforts of the eutu mission lutre. with marked success. Isrca vllraeted toward the luipruved sanitatlvm of tha elly. Aa el tensive system of sewerage, siilhrirnt fur a s,pulatlou of half a mll-llo- a - that la. doubla that of tba p Meant la uuw bring laid at an exprnaa of Tim water supply baa tars Increased and iiupruved and eremalorloa for the eunsumptluo uf garbace lutva bean The aecumula led Qlib of cenlurlas haa been and the atrseta art bow cleaned with dally regularity. The rssult of these measures Is already la arldeniis In tbe nmrdivl bill of health af Manila, which ouuipares farurably with that of the world over, and la better Urge than tliat of Urgo centers oa tha cuatl-neu- t of Asia. Tlie buspilal. police and Art services arc la marked contrast with those maln-laloe- d by the 8alsb government, which was so ibormigbly permeated with graft that only a small proportion of tba funda designed fur public lmprovetnenla ever throiirb the Ungers of greedy Whilst energetically pushing these measures for the general benefit of tlie the admlnhu ration baa enpopulation, gaged In imiairtaut works looking lo tlie entaueemrnt of Ihe commerce of Ihe country. I'nder Spain the trade lalamU was never fostered. Unmoral, te otatirles were allowed te pliysii-s- l inonnllea were permitted and unnecessary legal reslrletlona were Imposrd-Hitone nf tlie finest harbors Iq the world, Manila was a Hewed to remain erne f the least Inviting pons In thn Orient If a vessel needed rewlrs entailing docking, It was necessary to taka It ta Hongkong. lnrt dues wore exeesstvra and to arbitrary dlHrilmlualinn. The Bay of Manila Is on eiaiuive aa lo afford little harlsirnge In severe sloroia. Vessels have freiiuemly Iswa torn from I heir Hiul blown ashore. Hu ring the curse uf many years the port authorities exacted dura which were ostensibly Intended to furnish the means uf hulldlng a lirenkw.-iter- . tWeral inlllluns of dullara wen- - clli-clefor Ihe purpose, but aotlilag more Ilian a scrap uf sea wall erar materialised uiid thal reprcuicb tu a vransl nas plllfully obliterated by tha some year element gn. Blilis drawing til exivws f HI feet of water euuld not go Into tlie river, loit mptlrcd to anchor at alsvul Iwo mill's from the shore. Cargoes wore transferred In llghtera, and as this could only ta done la fair weather, delays, soinriliues running into a week or 10 of-th- Manila. wllli It taatloned iml walls, stands an tlm a pot by tagaapl at 111 aimilltof ttit Pasig. Jl b ant an Inrlling alia, but strategic aud commercial coualileratioui amply Justified tba determination ef It In Ilia Brat dajra ef the Spank colony. Tba naaaln alone walla erected at tba eloa remain In a of the slateenth century atata ef remarhable t rear real la. and one of lutraamroa the maka Manila of medieval military Bneat example OI.D arrblterfure rilalluc- Ilanlly aa ancient, hut equally uaclcaa with the quaint drawbridges, were the futile cannon which Blind the embrasure. like aotnd scarred and fanyUtaa wolrbound, the grand old atrnaghold manda a memento ef hrorcr and better day. Stirring deeda are with the hbtory, and many a time haa eld Manila uplield the of Spain la Paritle a atore. Throe gray ramparts repelled t'blaeao slid Mora plralaa, Jiulch and' Poctngncaa Invader before the Itrlllah forced theta and raptured tba ally. The heavy walla have withstood with little Injury tba many earthqnakea which from rime to time hare bid the Interior bulbllnga low, Manila Intraiauroa la email and crowded. Ita dreumference of avniewhat more than two tnllra la bounded by water, aa two atdra tbn jirar and thn bay, on Ilia others a aioat la recent yearn tha atato of thn ptara baa a UK rated tha eraeura of tha walla and moat. Tbe Utter, stagnant and refuae laden, haa hm( bnea a prollflc annree of dlaeaar. Fortunately, for a rolira logical' renaona ike American autbnritles have dccWItil to preserre the old forlinmlhma whllal la the moat and converting It lulu ua eatraaltra Power garden. Old Manila contains the Spanish and public buildings. tbe cathea number of dral and 11 other mona at erica, ronrruta, colleges and ninth Ur ecrbwlaalirul atrncturra. n few retail Hnpa and the intermingled rraldcuren of the rich nnd poor. So frequent and disastrous haa beeu the drntrmtlnn hr earthquake that no ancient building remit I us In lla entirety, bnr aa reinstatement has generally followed original Ultra. la medieval In tba main the tout and altrartlve to the aciifliurnlullat. The anb-,bs- -t - also-elate- d vr-elant- y g tha aantea - aud are rrarhed hy a rovercl Tha walla of tha lower paasageway. Btsir are of heavy atone, with tarred apertures and uiasslva d.vor. havliig n Rlnoe tba great prlaoullhe aiqiearauce. aarthquaka of lfiW the use nf atono In tba upper atmetnrea hag. for tbe sake of pnltlle safety, heeu forbidden. Now the aecond atnrlra nr constructed of wood, often with a roof of corrugated Iron. Tha entlra onter wall h tilted with sliding windows, glnaeil with oaqiia oyster sltell, which, whilst admitting a subdued light, otalructa the rays of the sun to a greater aitent than would glaua. (ltd Manila rarer had any kind of aewer-agaykleui. The private arringcmeiiM of residences were fearfully unsanitary. The drainage of Ionia, si was carried lido tha river or uioal, an, I not n little of It escaped by way of the streeia. All this U being reclined na raphlly as Nslhle and I he walled elly may In lime a tolerably hrullhful. If. not a pleasant, place la which to live. The t'alhedral and palace face on what T he former dales was the piddle square fnnn ISNtl, when the great, earth, pinke I nnl deiroy-i- l Ha prcl, ceswr. romii.y the ruins lay In Julia Hsiilou to a spunking evlilen, of the baldhial pro, rsstiiintlon of tl, Hpaitlard The Callinlisl, like most Imge bullunigs liable to the effort of seismic forees, ts . tint and devoid of upper stni! li a renain derives, nevertheless, Slid granduer from lla uolde prupnrl simple Hi,, a. The fouii, Ini Ions at the I In,, of the of the were (lave, Incurred, Involving wasteful demurrage charges. In addition to tha unusual expense nf tlie method nf transfer. It Is needles to y that under inch ms, masters, who-hiany freedom of duller, shunned Manila, and tlie port loot much trade that It would otherwise hav enjoyed. Manila Is passing from tills I km uf disadvantage to that of one of tbe eon-dll- t, pb safest and most cunvswiaot ports ta tbe 1'aclflc. Tbe Insular government has projected a aeries uf extenstra Improvements, whltn include tbe eooMruetkm of aa effective breakwater, un ample system of do,k Vowels will aud a eep-wtapproach. soua discharge and ship tbrir eargoa Ibe whartrea. and drydovAs at Cavlie will offer' all tha necessary faulllthui for repair. This effort to enable Manila to proflt to tbe full by her natural advaa tapes la well Judged aud tha mousy in rented will unquestionably yield a splendid return In tha Increased trade that must flow from tlieae facllltba and th vqierallua of the railroads la couiwe ut oumpletloa. XVltb tha opening of tba Panama Canal the trad rout brtwaeu tha Atlantic ports of America and tha malulaud uf Asia will be changed aud much uf the freight which Is now borne to tha latter points from Europe by way of Uia Duet e Canal may ba expected to take tba course. Maqlla will then lla la the main mute of Eurasian tea flic, and uot a small proportion uf tha ipllerting sad distributing trad of Houghuug should be diverted to her. Miire this half the people of tha globe are In cummerrial proximity to tlie Philippine. A large number nf these people are not at present within tba aouee of tba world's I raffle, but the opening up of new system nf transportation la constantly bringing exteoslva arena Into trade relations with other countries. In tbls fact He tba great opportunities of tlia Philippines. Many of their product n. present and potential, ire of the kind that And a ready market la ealab-lUhr- d communriea. tba Drat and alwaya tha beet customer of the Philippines, la oa the ere of great commercial development. Already aba Is la the position of demanding mote of the products af the archipelago than she la receiving. Bba la conuuml. g a constantly lucmuing quantity af Philip-pinsugar, aud her demand for the Insular lumber, now In exceaa of tbe pres, It. tun expand with rnt'ablllty to supply tbe extemdoa ' of Chlneoe railroad Inn and the subsidiary operations. As her Industries develop. China will used Manila hemp and Philippine coil, and It Is Improbable that, with a little tba Island may, In a few years, tie able 1 supply her vrith of rlotblug material and yarns. Oa the other hand, the people of the Philippines, as they convert ever Inearaalug areas of paddyland to more profltaM usee, will look to Chlua for greater of rice. It la not only to China that the Philippines need to turn for trade. lapse awl other countries will afford desirable markets whea the reanurrea of the It are arieuttflrally developed. should ha remeniliered that the Philippine have only recently eotared the reap merclal arena of tbe world. Tbe port of Manila wa opened to foreign trad leal than Ml years ago and only within the last dmule has the trade of tha lilauds been free of hampering restriction. The basic eundllloni are exceptionally favorable and with their evolution we may expect to see the Philippines grow late one of tho moat prosperous countries of tbe Eastern Hemisphere. . C. II. Chlua, e nt qua-title- s quaa-tKle- a irehl-pelag- o PUBBE8-MNDBAT- a Kings On Their Own Account . Although Tils Ma testy King Edward VII. la the ruler of the HrlHali Empire, several of Ills loyal subjects are kings on tln-l- r own account and are aa autocratic ua the t'xur of llnxabi. These are tbe fortunate owners of Islands round the coast, many of which are exempt from rati and taxes and sometime beyond tha sphere f the arllain'iitary legislation. Just now the most prominent of thro mlnlutiirc iiuinarclilea is l.undy, la tha I'huiiiicl. As It Is for wle, every ami, li Iona millionaire bus an opportunity tlx ruler. to folk call the Island tta kingdom of lu'unii its prexent owner is the Iter. Hudson !. Henvpn, oreriortl' f 1.2ai acres and aontv i mini. He Hi the Villa, a grnnltc-bnll- t avaualon view ot tit ciniiiiiiidliiK a uingnlfh-cn- t lry nnd snrroundi-- l,y hills. Vnllkn ttany of I ho otln-- r private kingdoms Lundy la hr.viilful. though Isolated, a fitting eon-- 1 nisi to the laic of Man. over which Mr. W. I 'ary, the eon of Colonel Cary, the noil known American, reign. Tbe latter I an almost barren land, chiefly cele-- h rat, ol for rl,llu nnd rale and n remark- ho, called Inin talug by tha sirens of exeurakin aleaniera. in,p Indnxlry Is agriculture, acre will" talug routed by one farmer. Here bullock, sheep, goals and horse are raised, (irunlte was one quarried, hut the works have long sines fallen ti, mn evil days, although the mineral la of excellent quality. Much of llic Thames einb.i nk lavnl ig built of It. The manor farmhouse is coh to Rt. n Helen's Chur-'h- . singularly flue strucso small a kingdom, and the one ture :nid ou'y pi, ice of worship on tbe Island, and when sailors have to mike aa enforced star In th nelghlorliond, using to adverse winds and other circumstance, It Is made to do serrh-aa a reading-rooThe Inner Is a flnr specimen of s art. ami the aislnad glass the cu(1,,,i--windows are lit to grace any church. t The jin-senlx.nl f l.undy succeeded to the! xeverelgnty of tho Island an the Ills father. Rlr Vrro Hunt Rark, death Its prop-loib- r, picked It np fur n mere r,vi,g at a auction, so (he uri-s- hygienist, however, will withhold approval from the narrow alreria mid omm-aleinn-sdwrtllaga with their lack of what we wen-laiconalder ordinary sanitary ouivriilrncae. I'nder the Ppaidnrds Manila lutrniiiitma areliiepl-aopat- , In l.V.v,",. Iml several was a (lull, aonilier plum. There weir fl,cx hair the she since then or n'lirr places of un rafea. lbeat,- In the lays. nml they evtonded ovt the entertainment. 1' repr tor an ovitaionnl gtenrer per1,,, of Spanish rule, whoa 'lie military review In tin- square or a cliureh the aiitlioriir proerHii there was nothin to til tlo- Islnnd-'- tin t 'at lie, Ira,lil I l relieve tin1 dreary ihi,i,iiii) of dully life. - lediLh-a- , tincolsocial n,l the ,,f power The early day wiif spent brliiiul close, the starting polnl ,,f almost hill'd. Proin fi to 7 iu the evening so- ony, It haily religious pnv-eai,,i,signed to ciety went ralllnc In languid and digni, inis' lays were Impress tinfied fashion. Toward eiiis't all Munllu nutiti-TM-iiii-it tin ti w,,rh data In o1-gravitated to the I.uuei:t. where on font Manila, nrd the lower elaxsc ilellglui-,ln-;,-l In tm mid carriage they 0al 111 the , hat ntiiiiid up stuns, mi-nt' course wlil'st lixtrnini: tu 1ti- - strains with a gorgeous display. nt Huh. Ought e hand. Mere nlso the pom-laeof a military n deeds of men. wolii-n,l children, r all elapses thronged to vliurxa c-In single i:'e wlie-l- i durliic the lug lighted undies, pn the public down either side ir the street, whilst 'jHgnlnq rebel Inn were uf almost daily r bunds music came down the renter, The r.u'iiunn,st etuod lined r priest s r.i-r- r' :ng groups l I !ie ve.--l tv.-,1e xleil r,.w u hy preceding nf the Virgin Vary and the Images r I, Spsnl-plntooiiinfantry, wLI's! h luirne upon the shoulders ,,f p--i r , erowd xl.oiil-- d virus, some In x inpathy fd these Images were nderurd wl'li In villi the sutlejrtiles. others lour id Many of genm priceless value, else ihe gnai-i- l them. soldi, is wilh flvod taynnetx was ts 'I he were badly pavrt ,f n-.to convey i false Impression, M-v tlie Mi by the lipfier v by tli siurie of i tic nus, s. w, r In many planes of the parade was luarkol s it freqn- t too narrow- to admit of the passage of plosion ef bomb Intervals. two podest-lsli- s alircflxt. tamps, supplied The paln-s- , of the govern-wgenera' I wits encoaniit nil or kerosene. Inadequatenrei,plr1 the same ai,oi. ly serve, i to :tlit the i H.irougMarex, luit hlltiES. sln-- e the e.v-- l -- st dins of were strict and he pc : regulations The pi, sent atra- ti-- e. a large od nrd, r prernlleil wiililn tha walls. city. Imposing building with pch-- s ap.,,i The 9re depart uient. which Is now under ait-illl,.- onr1-,- ,detes from Iws:. t hief Bonner, une, of the best In tlur A i,,,... g the previous 1.r.-.s-t, vena then a very emde Inwtltiitloa 'ie! broad stairway gives with the most primitive equipment. m ..- - , floor, on which, after Flames hate frequently destroyed large rouutry, are nil the .iv.ng m-- l porters of the elly. u rooms. A splendid Ini! A private resblenee Is seldom more than aud half as broil wth i.ifr i.. g two stories In height, nor. Indeed. ,ln tbe and t : ! hr. parqmtry flu public buildiocs oflen efeeed that altiimn f .1 of l!l" tude. "1 he ground than- - of the former Is are ninny hmi wMh hfe .III il.ffm if f always given over to the nerval-- or used ' P ErflJTIi fel.i S. as a roHchlinnse. Tbe reeldcm-- proper Is the Poor. A broad staircase leads from the ground to a spacious hall, rilled the ealdc. C.rln off from this are the reception and illnin rooms acl the inner slea of these eater, Jin si,-,.the sleeping The kit, tier, bstbreotn. etc., are In si, J -- .iiitik yaq - i ei n, tt iH-.I- i rUrr th vnl ih' of r ,,r ii Ivtx, Kiiiii KniiSriU'k wliitli .Mill tlif I'rntmlf tin cujirtlr'l lit l'i t - i.h Itiiis: la flu Miintli nf u 1 m m xx j1 'Tin". Im..iim-rui'Cv- citv f 14 lirrr j Mini jiir.uii.' i V I'.mvI. IttiniH M:iih1i Is riwiit'-- i .( ni.it wi o. lx i r)i if j!r,.i I.. hiniji. 4 i M, j.riwdiHiw HJl hi'v : I thill p ;in i s pi ivttii . i n f Ik i;i r !rx inl jt. jf v i v . ti II' V of il' I li jirtf -- . - U in'niix. 4 Of M il " V n . s It1 11 ' : Id !h I r id: , v ns r. ). f Ir-- n fX(w I". I . ile pi VJ.. H - ;i!"l- Ini tji : I'lo ' i In ftp . . I" s: lh i : ijil'-'- l - i'll ib xx .f ' i II" IU s- - I I H !"IT' ujiii pe. I. idle of It4ir4, 1 t he l:ii'4 of ".'iirj-- l in Ihe tC( U If III !" o 'r i r.. . X'ehi' h f'llp Mill 2 ' ii I lji,iir4 f.i i i I Htliiil of rtmt m til" 'oltn. w nil iiy. I hey np . !! 1.. I Anori. huh or i.w-;.ir'4 m n joir. U ef Vi'jiil i x ''I j,( I X wllll-'- l' f o '" liflM m tf- ' P.T (!lp. whi'-h oi i mi t f (' A ll lelllnHe I'UMhiR. r tlie I h "I'h n li'irnt the b ;e of the o'll li'iihft' ( 'MH'ltliii!:f Moe .s ' jp'ei! '.h-rr.iir..ia iHhI pof.ifTiiT, lelif- 1: amt w line plioti. :ipl llliCH to e l)l ll PM ;i ' xx I ! r. ri (if f . r r.-tilt ,pw!( - iN .i axh:'!! Mi.-i n 01 v ,i.V fey of hi H. !,e .i ir tic Micir r.!nn'iti jiro eroxxiin at lp!lt:OtiK, 1' l i ' til h Ml- t'" . t '0 . pp, yoking r,irdllion". Open swing nnieiigst live huts, for gmier and sewer nlike. In il rains sevrnil Inches of water alood lneath the,- iivwlllngs for necks nt a iimAnd In tiles,.' filthy surrounding a l nf the washing ef tin- - Kit-rg ear pen, is was done. Sanllnry teneitient-h-iHsi-- s are fip-- t displacing these disease .pels, a go,,,! water sn, s,w,-- system is 'al'ed. and the street pri; properly un, (IraliiPil. In f t. Miiniia Is rapidly undergoing a , I, transforniiillnn. it Isdnidrtfillf tii"li :iii lie do lie to Improve the crowded t'l cby within the walls, but it re-his already fairly liKtltlifiil. nml situ c the lnxiiilliilhii of tlie electric r.,i,roiul there Is II. tie lived for nil) one Rut the visiter to the I,, live In li I'll 'ipi-metoday rec nlgns f the ref he clears the (i'H'iilive inessur-- i , mi house and et ideneen (it them lit every turn In the m-e-, 1' Is 1h design of ths. present ration to it, nke III viipilal ef :1 the model city ef tha I'l.iliiipiiKHi 1, nt. mm! t, that er.d Mr. J. II. Iturn-- ' were cm- i,ii,l AI- -. IVires b." Ik eimslruet y )l."us , u. 1, 111, lug led oiey I'm, ills, but Ihe enlire , i' waier Ti-in- . Their design ,,-- ditcius, sem-i- M ) ml ..fmii! in liti'Di iif In lh"iouli no H I.1 If fini 'if h 1"1! I ,i it i Itriyrc'ii. IlMt'l. Si'i.t i if : Imiim c S (it . tc. s! h Itk iYe ihi ifir .1 i Hill'll riuMi.Jilt'sl In a Itn' Mrs l ' liiii!inlx c 1 Il. nnil (.frit-of tin foreign prim ImiI Kinpiiiu; .tn.et(. r lif'i'si-j- i :mmI i,,,iM' l a readjus'niert of the streets. he desirable deslrue--',-i nt ill ir.iinv i. arrow and lorfinus over, jrif iiia-thi to tin oon ,a mniket without Sp' ft j"" i:ir In tin I 'fill oi e- 1it.iBiii n ma if n ; V fi"" 1 ,s,x ..f jnrt n li'isf of ?t 10 rrnu,M,r-,'- thor-eeghf- V. m me MS i. ..A r ,.M l it, IT.H 4 t . v M:il: j (: Irti'.'e Ill'll wiii dnii" y Ms f 'll v S have lul ly tie- - s ( k ll M !i x pa-c ri,.;de ,1 :lie ' l . S4 ,1 - , .to . v !i-- . ? x, r : i , , llu rdn- - rival the the ahitilnw water int, alien , fi It In atul rut lii'W ducks SU'I grcuud . gix-x- the c , j ! H-- - ,h, ,. -- how : ), 1 -1- t p I -- XX t.g- ' ...'.1 - - a gives Poiiar-nf- , which, if ever rrfuxed. f.uudyltlaad. R. toe the romaln of a giant, eight r tick In hex!',, it Olt-d. p.iujcn rkeb nil aniy c i:- ,e ei!i-- j i:,- -r ut , u:- the auctioneer declaring that never paid either MX or tlh,'. that It acknowledged neither king nor :i:iuut. , I, li nr ccclcwinatlral. Its l I an, emperor at once in hi , wanly domain." a A, matter of fa,-!- the Rev. Hndsnn -- n t!. t rule la ataobitc. and nolody r.1'1 I noirried or buried wlibuur hi whi wish to land cannot eti) 1, . i . I. , or the e.jvr of "t Madras. Tim plan Includes and bandana, pnblie huilu-i-..-- s e.l nn-i.parks ample pr,,v isi-u- i A t,,i.il-of nualel Brst Of toe kltld lo le C.r.. i tin I'a-- t. are in course of con- - s- - the i.t'i.es I rl x,.- i, !"-i- fa at wljx'll nnd the esi.vblislinient irf a Isnib-- i nrds. nf tine. 1,001-An i: driveway will cv-i- -i o w v alone the e,j fr,utt from r,-- svst.-- u mvr en' fr will w,'-l- i 5mx Ha 4i Hi re i.-- - slightly smaller. A wily member of Ear llament targalaad wltb tbe state ts traaa-por-t rvnirlcts to Virginia for a price and then netif them to Lundy and there made th-- m work to Ills advantage. Pirates and smugglers found the Isolated spot good for their trade. It sheltered the would-bmurderer nt Henry III. aud Edward II.. and on more than one occaalua It fell into tlie bauds of marauder!. Today the alxirs affords an excellent anchorage for vcaacla. aa many as Pill having been there at tba nme time, but a wreck off Lundy la not at all aa thing, more particularly lu winter and early spring. It being In tba wrwk radius' of tbe Rriatol Channel. Tbe llglitbonae la a conspicuous object, and Ita nrvolrlng light. 04 0 fact above high water, can be seen SO mile. There la no hourly delivery of latter, the postmaster calling once a week, there being a fortnight despatch ef mall. The Talc of Man comprises soma ff acres, with a roast line of flva miles. A former proprietor bad to fight long and valiantly for hla dlmlnntlva kingdom owiuc to aa attempt made to lag tbe Inhabitants. Taking the matter ta the House nf Commons bin rebellions way were upheld and not a penny baa fine,, been collected by taigathrrer. Tbe two lighthouses on tbe lalaad are property of the owner, who claims all wreckage which may coma In bis way. KIMI OF THE SOLLY IRLAKPS The Reilly Islands are made up of u fewer than 140 Separata Islands, and arer Trcaci, the moat Important nf the group. Mr. T. A. Railtb-IJorie- n reign anpmne. It I not qulta a quarter of a century g that tbe Srlllonlana tnhk to supplying their' brothers aud staters oq the mainland with daffodils and natrkana, of which tat ween .Vat and MW tons were ex ported ' during tb first four month af the year. Rometlmca aa flinch aa 35 too day are picked, packed and seat ff wbn the season Is at Ita bright. What wealth the inhabitants of tb island may posseas I practically tbe product of tba flower farms whir morn than rivals In beauty and quality tba bloom of tbe Dutch and Belgian grower. Snowand stocks aro' at drops. wallflower grown and arid for profit. Reilly In tb" Is a veritable twentieth centnry spring edition of the garden of Eden. The Island have played their part In tha making of history, for they are supposed to hare been ihe Caaalierldea of tba (Jroefc and During tb Hie Ailllnae of the Roman. seventeenth ccnlnry they sheltered I'rln.-i 'baric for a abort time and were captured ly Admiral Bins. : If cork I sunk to a depth of MO feet In ilia ' It will net rise as a in to tbe aurfneo. owing to the great proarare of lh wafer. At any t"M depth It will rise.