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584 REPORT OF NATIONAL MUSEUM, 1888, To Strike a light the Aido takes out the cork with the steel attached aDd stirs up the tinder with the sharp point. He then holds up the Fiff. 58. TiNDEK-Box (Showing mounted steel, flint, and bundle of shaving matches; box one-third natural size). (Ont. No. 127137, U. S. N. M. .lapnn. Gift of the Japanese Department of Education, Tokio. ) flint in his hand over the box and strikes a spark down info it. He then transfers the coal to his pipe, or material for fire, or fire-stick, with