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 - there, hour i the heard the men- Isuggested,...
there, hour i the heard the men- Isuggested, The They in one mountain, plan then catny. and a and heard The Sepulchral "Whistling Buoy." ,, Perhaps ether people are familiar with | "whistling buoys," bnt the one | off Monhegan was. a" hovel sight to i It lies about two miles away to the west, and is made apparently of sheet iron, in shape like a large old fashioned locomotive smoke stack, inverted- Wo sailed out to examine it one day, and much interest watched this great black mass bobbing up and down with each wave, and uttering a grim "moo" (the sounding is by no means unlike the low- ing of a mournful cow) as the waves dashed, up ins.ide the drum. It was an eerie sight, anci I soon had enough of Perhaps the fact that the waves were high and the breeze nearly gone, may have contributed to my sensations of queerness. At any rate, we did not get away as soon as I wished. I have since tho buoy has broken loose , fisherman who S 1 l x n

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 20 Oct 1887, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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