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The Departure of the Vint Fleet of Transporte.
Reproduced from an illustration lu "On to Manila."
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of the Examiner-Journal,
Douglas 'White, 'War Correapondent
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
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l'arty on the Battlements of Old Manila. (
Re-drawn from au Illustration lu "On to Manila." i
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 Miy 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 the Island
An immense Panoramic View of the City of 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
Uo 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
26 CENTS AND ONE COUPON.
The First American Flatr Railed Over Manila
Reduced from an Illustration In "On to Manila."
As the edition Is limited and all orders will be filled In rotation, If
7011 desire the work It Is advisable (lint your order bo filed at once,
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Balling "Old Olorjr" at Vort Haul Cms, i.artrona Iilaudi,
kipiudnccd how iu llluitutluu lu " Ou W Hiulla,"
Tbo weatbor was dolightful,
And the swearing something
When tho Oity of Columbia
Sprung the same old leak astern.
With each face a uttlo pale,
Tboy started io to bale;
With tboir faces."
No, you silly I
I bore were pumps nucard to
'Twas Friday morning early,
Wbon tbo wavelets greou and
Wiped tboir foet and camo no
Through tbe bia holo in bor bull.
And tbo water lcpt ou rifling,
In a mannojr, tantalizing;
Wbilo Rffairs aboard the hoodoo
Worn anything but dull.
Long before tbia was discovered,
All tbe jewelry was recovered;
bor several gallant Hailors,
Had annexed tht silverware.
Tbe captain's watch was missing.
And tbe sea dogs kept him guess
They stole tho firut-mito's trous
ers, His go-to-meeting pair.
When the fires hid bon oxtin-
And all bopo of help relinquish
"All bands on deok" tho Captain
"Stand by to drop the boBts."
Tboy grabbed for overy thing in
And fettriug it would rain that
They didn't forgot to take along
Their shawls and overcoats.
Up side-down the flig was flyiug,
And all sail was set for drying;
Wbon tho gallant kipper gave
To above off for tbe shore.
Two boat-loads want off first,
For bettor or for worse;
With instructions to sond rescue
Sboald they meot a man-o'-war.
Alouusidu the others waitel,
lill tbo captain extiicateil;
Two cabt from the uinchiuory
Wbero they were licking up the'
Of coarxo oil is not good for cais,
But then you know there wero no
Tboy stayed ashore preferring
N it to sbufll off this coil.
Every tarry sailor chappy,
Was terrifically happy;-
Whn tboQanlouIxie. wassk'bted,
And tboir bavon bove in view.
It wan strange to notico encli,
As ho landed, hag thu hfHcii;
And swear by Davy's Locker
That this sailing daya Wrre
Tbo charms of a plautation,
W be rev tbo ak no exulanntion;
Induced two of tbo hoodoo's rami
To stay in Garden IhIo.
Uq tbe man wbo wields a bop,
Sa-weed wbitknrn ne'er will grow;
And lubberH much prefer to die
On land with a dry smile
Columbia sank on Friilay,
The usual hoodoo high-day;
And tho number of tho men aboard
Was just three, times thirteen.
Soido say it was kahuua,
Aud the influence, wnu It nar;
ut lot us drop ti" subji ct'
With farewell to thehoo 00 queen.
But alaB you cannot drop her,
Djnnmito will only stop ber;
Tho hoodoo's suro to let us hear
Again from her, and Boon.
Her hulk will float aud taunt ns,
Or her ghoBt bang round and
Sbo will give us another story
Ere the turning of the moon.
W. F. Sadin.
FRENCH CONf!KMl.V IS CIIIVA.
Taaoma, (Wash), August 6.
Fronohmon have a secur. d valuablo
mining concession i 1 tbo interior
f China. M. Landauer, a Pari
sian hanker and a consin of tbe
Llo'hsobiM-), loft toduy for New
Turk and Pari. Laudatier hag
beou in Ohini four years ropre
ien ing a ParisitiU syndicate, for
wh eb he has secured coal, quick--liver
an I other mineral conces
sions in Obiua valud at l 0,000,
''Oil. He says there are miues of
cinnabar iu Kwecbow provino?
which are ticbr than the famous
VlnmdoD quiek-iilwr mines of
Spain, mortgaged by tho Spanish
(loveriiinent to tho EotliMchilds.
ilong tbe Ynug-tsH-Kiaug aro
0 p .er mines and vast coal dopj
sitri which he has securol the ex
clusive privilege of developing.
L'indauer B'ih Enrop"iiun uud
AiiiericiuH ari jtut beginning to
have a faint realization of China's
immense, mineral resouiccs.
I'lit'HO have been neglected by tho
Chinese for 8000 yearn, bocauso
Confucius taught that tbo tilling
of the noil wis the safest founda
tion of any ntat-'s prosperity. In
consequence, ttic iimtidniius havo
not permitted tho 0 tntnon p'ople
to eugan iu minium. Now that
tho opening of Caina has com
menced the Chinese mine will bo
oiipmd with modern machinery.
LatnlaiiPr found that one of
('hum's richest miuoral fields is
Szeobnan province, wh ch id un
derlti 1 with a vast n.' of petro
leum. I'ho province contains
00,00 ,000 people autl inu vilun of
this petroleum can flciicly bo
computed, con tillering :h ir China
is importing mil o-is o' tlollurs
worth of kerose n amua ly from
tiusnia, Ameriua (iml Sumatra.
Uoili France nud England havo
tnoir eye on Szeohue.i and nre
sparnnt; to obtain it. Franco pro
posea to extend a railroad lino
tliith'T tlirouch Yunnan from
Touii'iin and Euttland is planning
to build into Sz-chueu from Bar
mab. Now England liakory & Candy
Co., Hotel street manufacture a
fine lino of bread, patdry, wed
ding cakes, ico creams, sherbets
and candies finest in tbe oity
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lutted, Manager.
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