30 Animals 1 (1897-1898)

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                                     I would not enter on my list of friends,
                                     Though graced with polished manners and fine sense,
                                     Yet wanting sensibility, the man
                                     Who needlessly sets foot upon a worm.- COWPER.


Vol.   30.                                  Boston, June, 1892.                                                No. 1.


   Always   kill
fish as soon as
they are taken
from  the water
by   a  sharp
blow   with   a
baton  or stick
on  the back of
the  head.
  They   keep
better, eat bet-
ter, and are in
all respects
better   than
those that suf-
fer just before
dying.
   The best
fishermen in
Europe and
America  know
this-the   suf-
fering  of any
animal just be-
fore dying  al-
ways  tends  to
make  the meat
unwholesome
and sometimes
poisonous.
GEO.  T. ANGELL.


SUMMER.


           SEVENTY-FOUR.
  The fifth of June makes us seventy-four
years old and gives us the privilege of drawing
another $100 on the annuity we bought of our
 Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Com-
pany  many years ago.
  We are sorry to say that our good friend,


Vice-President Hill, receives some letters from
people [who perhaps approve the mutilation
of horses for life, and the unlimited dissection
of dogs, cats and other animals] in which they
express substantially their entire willingness
that we should visit the Hot Springs of Arkansas
for an indefinite period - but on the other
hand we are receiving lots of kind letters from


good friends in our own and other countries in
which they express the hope that we may still
have before us many years of active service,
and all kinds of happiness both in this world
and the next.        GEo. T. ANGELL.

  Every kind word  you say to a dumb
animal or bird will make you happier.


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0    AND MERCY TO
     EVERY LIV I N G
  A.   CREATURE.

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