f life on a whale, and so he sold out his interest to the visitor. He got half the oil and a passage to Honolulu, where he found his own craft all right." CAPTAIN SAMMIS SELLING OUT. CAPTAIN SAMMIS SELLING OUT.
"You say he remained three weeks on the back of that whale," said one of the listeners. "Yes, I said three weeks." "Well, h
ow did he live all that time?" "How can I tell?" was the reply; "that's none of my business. Probably he took his meals at the nearest restaurant and s
lept at home.[Pg 70] And if you don't believe my story, I can't help it—I've done the best I can." With this remark he rose and walked awa
y. It was agreed that there was a certain air of improbability about his narrations, and Frank ventured the suggestion that the stranger would never g