Wednesday May 1st 1889: His tearful mutterings of “m’aidez” are met by Powder and the faeries who place a giant hand on his shoulder and gather his tears in miniature buckets, respectively. Read more here, here, and ten days later in Lost Eureka.
Monday April 22nd 1889: In fear for their existence, the fairies gather to consider action against Mr. Cutler and his arsenal of equipment recently arrived. Read more here.
Thursday April 11th 1889: The fairies dance high in the sky, creating a perfect circle for all to see and follow as instruction. Read more here.
Monday March 25th 1889: He regrets leaving his slouch hat, but where he is headed the fairies will allow no clothing, not even a head covering. Read more here.
Saturday February 9th 1889: Creating just enough mist to ground the steamer, the fairies offer a bargain for future fair passages. The Captain contemplates. Read more here and here.