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An Elaborate History of the Philippine
! On To Manila 1
of the Examiner-Journal,
Songlas White, Wat Correspondent.
Author of " On to Manila. "
'Who tells of the achievements secured by our American Arms in the
Orient, from the time when Admiral Dewey made his historic entrance
into Manila Bay to the present.
The work 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.
j. Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in Manila.
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army in the Island
An immense Panoramic View of the City of Manila, reproduced
from Photographs. '
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.
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The Departure of the First Fleet of Transport.
Reproduced from an .limitation lu "Oa to Manila."
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Flag Kleutcntant Brnraby of Admiral Dewey's PlnlT and his lMue-Knlslng .
l'arty on the Datllci.icnta of Old Manila.
Redrawn from au Ulualrullou lu "Ou to Mauila."
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The First American Flsf Raised Orer Manila.
Reduced from an Illustration In "On to Mauila."
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, '' Reproduced from au Uluitratlon lu " Ou to Mauila.''
Tbere nro lots of tliingB we havi-u't
And lota we've cot to gp(;
And lots wo tbiuk we ought lo
Annexation's comoour wuy,
But there sepma some slight delnj
In tbo arrival of its baggagd
At tho front.
Wo haven't nny Dewey
To do what Dewey did,
Wo liaTeu't auy It lostvelt, AI.Iuj
But we hnvo our durliog Dole,
And he's nil we ran ontroll;
We bnvp troubles of mu own
Mobt tv ry day.
We haven't Yellow Journals,
But tbo Yellow Journal Fakes
Arc not as foroign as you'd think
Lf you rend the Advortisor
You can pick a decent bizor
Of sham-battle editorial
01 wo haven't any Washington
To chop a cherry tree,
Or gnunt and glorious Lincoln
To split rails.
But wo have u P. 0. Jones,
Au Amnrican fLg ho owns;
And ho wtnrs n pair of small ones
Wo ennnot boaet a Franklin
To call HghtniDg from tho sky,
Wo cannot show a single
But then thore's F. M. Hatch,
Uo 8 a rooster that cau scrtttcb;
And he's crowing like a thorough-
Wp cannot show a Wagner
To jupgle with tho cotes,
JNor cau wo lutrouuee a fctnnclol
Yet of hope remains a Wray,
WrBy Taylor he can play;
And he's wide awake all day
And up to date.
Wo haveu't any comet
With a fiery, glittering tail,
Wo haven't an Aurora Borcolis;
uut we uavo a luuing oiar,
Shining dimly and afar;
It is good that Juinosu hearts
01 We haven't Puck or Judge
Nor London Punch, nor Tit Bits;
We haven't any Wavo or Argon
ant, But wn have a Sunday shoet,
That will quickly euro cold feet;
For it wanuB your understanding.
Bold tho fort.
Wo haven't any Chesterfield
With books ou etiquette,
But there nro mm in Honolulu
Who como in when it is wet.
And no matter whom you meet,
In the hoiiBO or on the street;
Convorsnliou'a always sweet,
There's sugar in it.
This is not, Shnkesprnro's address,
And Irviug's not in town,
And we aro hi rry that a Booth wo
iut wut a biilf a minute,
Vnd we'll loll you who is in i'
L'Mio3 dwell not on tho person
Of Jim Post.
We haven't a Columbia cinch
Ou the International cup,
But we've studied upgrensed light-
And our yachting bet aro up.
In this port her iinmestko dr ams,
With poi thoy'ro stopping up hor
Liko Dewey sho was back in timo
Wo have n- ExMb'lion,
Nor Eiflo Tower grand,
But visit tho Volo mo nnd you'll
Of Ibora no more.
Go and seo it, it will pay,
Vnd if you do not know the way,
Follow close tho empty bottlos
D opped by iIiopo who've gono bo
fore. Wo'vo a Park, and wo've a Band,
And we've got a Bonrd of Health;
Aud wo lmvo a big Stroot Sprink-
Aud wo have a telephone:
' Htllol is Dole nt homo ? "
" Nol Iio'h hired au automobilo for
There's one more thini wo haven't
Th ugh wo havo tho Stars and
It is something wo (-xp)ctod
With tho same.
TU tho Amorican Constitution, 1
With the powor of execution
Uf all who ennnot play an
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ljiiil.nl, ttiirm Willi liofonnil :c jit,
I'linn lliu mjII thi y foufht to uiU'l
Now Ml Umlm nnd friwh nnd rtlll.
Alum' tin) ililrp uf Ulttlnir Mnl
And tulk uf clilldnn un tho hill .
And bill uf wnndurliiK kinu me I cord j
Mnnolenili licsl i;ocs irulllut! u),
Tliu lilncU uioulhid gun and staggering
Men Htnrt not at the liattlecry
Oh, bo tt nuvcr hiard aitnlnt
Boon rented tliono who fouitht, but thun !
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For'trntliSfMlilch nmu lucelve nol now
Thy warfare only endswlth Ufa. '
A friendless warfare) Ungorlnc lone
ThmuKli wiary dawnd weary year)
A ild and many wnrponed throag
llnn on thy front nnd flank and rear.
Yet nervo thy spirit to the proof '
And blench not at thy chosen lot; '
Tho timid good may stand aloof, ,
Tho sago may frown jot faiut thou M.
Nor heed tho shaft too surely coat, ..
1110 mm una niwini; poll or soorn,
For with thy sldo shall dwell fit last
Thu victory of cndurniico born.
Truth cruahed to curtli "shall rim nicaln,
Tho eternal years of lod aro liars, '
But Krror, woundoddrrithra In pniu
Asd diss among hU i or shlpcr.
Yea, though thou llegapon the dust
Whirl they who hlprtl tluo flin lu far,
Dlo frtll of hope and manly truat,
Like thosu who fell In bnttlo hero.
Anothor liand thy swonl shall wield.
Another hand the standard wavo
Till from the trumpct'H inuutli In pealed
Tho blat of triumph o'er tliy grave.
William Cnllen Uryant.
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American Troops 1'ordlng- the Stream In the Attack on Fort San Antoulo.
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