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in permitting him to r●epublish from their pages certain c▓hapters of this book. CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY RA●MBLES On the eighteenth day of June, 1904, ●I boarded the ferry that plies▓ between Detroit and the Canadi●an shore, and, coasting the sloping● beach of

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verdant Belle Isle, swung off on t▓he first stage of my journey around▓ the globe.At the landing stage a custom offi●cer glanced through my bag, stared perplexed●ly fro

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m the kodak to my laborer’s▓ garb, and with a shrug of his shou▓lders passed me on in

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to the streets of the Ca●nadian village. A two-mile● tramp brought me to the Walkerville cattle-ba▓rns, where thousands of gaunt calves ▓are rounded up each autumn to come fort▓h in the summ

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er plump bulls and ste▓ers, ready for the markets of ●old England.From the long rows of▓ low, brick buildings sounded ▓now and then a deep bellow or t▓he song or whistle of a stock feeder at ●his labor.I had arranged for my passag●e

some days before, and, dropping my bag at the● office, I joined the crew in the ▓yard. Months of well-fed inactivity had n▓ot tamed the spirits of the sleek animals tha

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