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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 29, 1099.
FmMfel! to tl
An Elaborate History of the Philippine
! On To Manila 1
1 gb-BMy.BasaSws.aW SJ sa-gl 1
of the Examiner-Journal,
Douglas White, War Correspondent.
Author of " Ou to MaulU."
Who tells of the achievements secureJ by our American Arms in the
Orient, from the time when Admiral Dewey made his historic entrance
into Manila Bay to the present.
The worlc consists of fifty-sixty octavo pages with eighty-four
superb illustrations from photographs and a series of pen sketches by
Pierre N. Boeringer, the War Artist who accompanied America's Ex
SPECIAL FEATURES OF "ON TO MANILA":
A Sketch from the life of Admiral George Dewey, made on the
deck of his Flagship.
A complete roster of the Oregon, California, Washington and Idaho
Volunteers, with a death list compiled and revised to May 25th.
A Department devoted to the movement of California's regiment
from the time it sailed from San Francisco to the present.
Portraits of California's Commanders and California's Officers,
taken in Manila.
Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in Manila
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army in n6 saruj
An Immense Panoramic View of the City 0f Manila, reproduced
Illustrations produced from photographs showing the American
troops in the field, in camp, in barracks, and in action against the
Spaniards and the Filipinos.
A detailed story of the two campaigns written by an author who,
having been detailed as a special War Correspondent to accompany
Admiral Dewey's Fleet and the Eighth Army Corps, is specially fitted
to describe the stirring events which befell our "Boys in Blue" in those
far-away Islands of the Orient.
Beautifully bound in Gold and Embossed Covers, and by a special
arrangement is placed within the reach of the BULLETIN'S readers at
the price of
25 CENTS AND ONE COUPON.
As the edition is limited and all orders will be filled in rotation, if
you desire the work it is advisable that your order be filed at once.
Now ready for delivery at the BULLETIN office.
The Departure or the First
Keproducid from au lllutlratlou
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Vlag 7,tcittcntatit Erumbjr of Admltcl Dpyry'o F taff ntid his I'lau-Ualslui:
l'nrty ou the IlattTcnicntu of Oltt Manila,
ltcdrjwu from au UlusUallou lu "Ou to Maulla."
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The First American Flag Raised Over Manila.
Kcduccd from an Illustration lu "Ou to Muulla."
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nailing; "Old Olory" at Fort Santa Crux, padrone Iolundo.
Reproduced from an Illustration lu " Ou to Maulla."
Meet of Transports,
In "On to Manila."
ABOLISH ARMY CANTEENS
Temperance Advocates Send a Delega
tion to Washington.
Dissent from (be Orplnlon of the Attorney
General Says Congress Meant to Wipe
Out Sale of Intoxicating Drinks.
Wnsliiugton, July 11. A dele- j
gntion composed of Joahuri L.lhi-.
loy of Philridplphin, president of)
the National Tciupornuce Society; .
Iiram Priueu of WnsliiDgtou,
Uov. L. It Footo of Brooklyn, Dr.
James 13. Dunn nud 0. .11. Black-'
nil of Philndolpliia, Joshuit Lover
ing of Baltimore, Willinm M.
Smith of Poughkeepsio, N. Y., L. I
M. AmcB of Williamsport, Pa., J
nud Colonel Eli liittor of Indinu
npolis, repreaouting the Nnliorml !
TonipeinuertSooioly nt.d other kiu-j
dred orgivtiizntioiiH.cnlled upon the ,
PrtHiduiit thin afterurou loat-k his
consideration of sninn points io :
refereuco to the intcprctntiou i
given by tlio Attorney Ueuernl to
ilio recent net of Congteas nffect-
log the army canteen.
Tho tlolegatiou recorded its dis
eent from tho opinion of the At
torney Qecoral, and proeonted n
legal opinion on the subject pro
pared by Colonel Eli Hitter of In
dianapolis. Mr. Bailey nlso read a
paper signed by many well-known
rnproBOutntives of the National
Temperance Society which em
bodied the viowu of the delegation
and embraced tho points upon
which tboy dissented from tho iti
terpretation given tho act by tho
Attorney Goueral. It conteuds
that Congress sought to accom
plish the total abolition of tho Bale
of intoxicating liquor in tho
Army. The iut -rprotatiou of the
Attorney General, which was to
tho effect that the act was preven
tive only as to tho sale of liquor in
The Old fitll at Snmnye, Ladrone
J1auds. Cast In x6Ho.
'Reproduced from an illuatratlou In
A Native lfouc In the padrone Istnnds.
Uiawu fioiu au illuatratlou lu "Ou to Maulla,"
American Troops l'ontlncr the Stream In the Attack on Fort San Antonio,
VlWU hynj W (Uu.iia)l9u la "Qn lv JluuJla' .J
the caoloeuB by officer and raD,
tho paper (loclarod, wa- n rmtter
of amazement in the people oi tho
whole country interested in tho
suhjpct, and no claBJ of prr0', it
is asserted, wore raoro tmrprisetl
than tho members of Congress
present during tho enactment of:
The delegation reprosout'd that
if tho stntute is what its author
and tho vast numbor of other in
terested a well as opposed,
thought it iv us, theu the interpre
tation given by the Attor r. fl n
nral is a pprvorsion of the luw.
Reference i- made to the recent
inquiries conducted by tho War
Department concerning tho nlo
of iutosicatiug liquors in tun army
canteen. The repnu80 received,
the paper sayo, only ajgnvnles
tho public feeling, bennp Army
ollicers of tho highebt rank, of tho
largest experience and the great
est promiueuce, ns well n thojo
of lower rank, have hor-'of .re,
when perfectly free, givou tho
strongest cxproasiun to exactly tho
reverse view of tho bueineis.
Tho paper doelarea that tho agita
tion upon this subject will not
htibeido, and the Pro3idout is ask
ed to give a rohoariug ttpou tho
construction and interpretation oE
Tho members of the delegnliou
after their call, reported the Presi
dent as saying tho opinion of tho
Attorney General was given with
out any previous kuowledgo on
his part, that ho did not know that
an opinion had been naked for by
the Secretary of War, neither did
ho know that such au opinion hud
ueon giveu until several tlnyo
aftonvard, and that ho would look
into tho matter personally, nud, if
tbo opinion of the Attorney -General
was found to bo correct, it
should Btand, but ho added that
all men woro fallible, and that iC
tho Attorney-General hid made- a
mistake, ho had no doubt ho
(Griggs) would bo ready to rectify
it, that ho was an ablo lawyer and
a man honest and courageous.
The Kicknpoo Indian Remedies
are different from nil othors. They
aro tho only genuine Indian Rem
edies in the world. Th"y need
no adveitibing other than a nidi.
All over the Hawaiian Islands
they oro daily effecting the moat
wouderfnl cures. You need not
'go a way from h'ino for testimon
ials; tho'y can bo found in orcry
'village nnd on every plantation in
tbo Islands, ivuoumatism and nil
other diseases of the blood,
stomach nud liver aro cured by
Indian Sdgwa. Indian Oil foe
aches and pains. Kickapoo In
dian Cough Curo saves you from
consumption from which so many
people of thcBO Islands die. Alt
the othor remedies nro equally ae.
cood. Sold bv all deslers. Hob-
Iron Drug Co., ngeutu for the Ha
waiian iBianus. uan m meir
storo and get circular giving full
description in nuy lr.nbUugo yoa
dosire, or sent postpaid on application.
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