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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H 1.. SEPTEMBER 0, 1899.
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An Elaborate History of ithe Philippine
f On To Manila I
of the Exuminer-Journal,
Douglas 'White, War Correspondent.
Author of "Ou 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 "OIPTO MAMA":
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 compilod 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 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
,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
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The Departure of the First
Reproduced from an Uliutration
Jr HI JN Iw
Flag Z.leutciitant Brumby of Admiral Dewcy'H. MtafT. and l'tag-Halslnic
Parly on the H.itUei nut 5 of Old tlnnlla.
He-drawn fioui uu llluilrullou lu "Ou to JIaulla."
The First American Flap Raised Over Manila.
Reduced from an Illustration In " On to Manila."
JUUlnc ''.Olfl, Olory" at Fort Banta Crtia, padrone lalanda.
Baproduced from an Illustration In " On to MauiU,"
Fleet of Transport.
lu "Ou to Manila."
TO GKU1SK SUUTtf bhAS
Notable Yachting Party That Is To CjII
R. Barrel FilMan and His Yacht River Ara
Wealthy Californlans Luxury Afloat
Book of Travels.
Advices from Snn Francisci
states that 1. Barrett Fithiaii's
yacht Itover (formerly tuo sealing
schooner Unrnnoff) vrn to enil
from Sausalito on August '23rd
for a sAvoii mouths cruise tlirnuuli
tbo South Sins. The voyage wii. ,
include tbo Marquesas Inlands,!
Trthiti, tliH Fiji group, Samoa nud
Hawaii. Thero will bo four pas
sengers on board Air. U. IS.
Fithian, owner of tlio Kover; Mrs.
Fitbinrj, Mis Kate Olemont, the
well-known society yonug womtu
of Oakland ami Mr. Gong
Loughbornugh of Sao Francisco.
Tbo llovor whr to sail from San
Frrtnoisco to Monterey, t cimlile
her tmBseiiKorB to wKuhhs tbo nolo
pauif between S'ttita Unrbatn and
I3urliii('Hino, noil then jd'ccmI to
Santa linrhnrn to taku on botrd
Tbo sea hnruo of tbo vojat-crh
is fitted up in int luxuriini
style, particularly tho npartmnnts
for th ladies. Tho cabin i sis
feet six Inches in bfiglit and rory
roomy. This apartrnont of tbe
owner aad bis wife in finislifd in
delicato sbKilts of groou and pink.
Tbo floor is covered with soft
carpet, matobinu tho walls. Mist
Clement's apartment in a trill
smaller than the first Btatoroom,
bat exquisitely furuiahed. Ou
the opposite side of tbo gangway,
forward, U Mr. Fithian's dressing
room, wbilo aft is Mr. Loughbor
Just abaft of amidsbip is a
spacious galloy and tbo quartetH
of the captaiu nud his mec.
Tho cabin, where moat of the
voyagers' time will be spent, i
handsomely fitted up in gorgoous
red. In ouo corner is a piano,
securely fastened, nud mi the
opposite side a book cns. 15 u
tweon the two is a gun case,
which will be filled with rifles and
Captain Zacbary will stil in
command. Ho sailed bor before
when Bbe was the sealing schooner
Bnranoff. Tbo vessel has already
been listed in the San Francisco
I'From Santa Barbara wo will
sail direct to tho Marquesas Is
lands," said Mr. Fithian. "Thoo
wo will proceed to Tahiti, through
the Pautuotos group, which
abound with poarl fisheries.
From Tahiti wo uo to the. Fiji
Islands, and from tbaro to Samoa,
where wo will probably stay a
month. O.ir lnt port to call will
bo Honolulu, whenco wo return to
San Frnnuisco. Mrs. Fithian is a
splendid photographer and will
tuko three enmnras. With the
pictures wo take and the data we
collect I shall write a book, giving
little details of tho voyage, or
dinarily overlooked. We expect
to return here in March, in time
to go to Paris Exposiliou."
Mr. Fithian is well kuown in
Clubdom. Ho wna born in Now
York but spent considerable tun
abroad. Seven years nsjo ho, with
his father and brother, went to
Santa Barbara. About three or
four years auo tho older Fithian
died whilo making n trip nboard.
Mr. It. li. Fithian and his brother
have raado tlioir homo at Santa
Barbara over sinoA cultivating tho
olive and the vine, and investing
in differont local enterprises. Oun
monument to their onterpriso is
the finest business block in 8 in ta
Barbara. It is an open secret
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American Troops Fording tbe Stream In the Attack on Tort San Antontav
Drawn from an UluUxaUon In "Ou to UiulW J
tuat Mi. Fithian i uio ownei of
lioStnla Itarbart Prm-. th lead
ing and oldo-tdnl. n wpajior
of t but Hetiliuii of ihr Stat.-.
Mh FithUn m iiu .!iiinlit..r i.r-
Mr. S. P. St , a Ihii Ihij ntucb-r
of Snutn Hnrbarn County; and
granddaughter ofth- l.to V. U'.
Stow, a prouiiuout lawyor and
cnpitaliit of Snu Fraucisco. Slie
is a oou-iu of Mrs. Joonio Holli-i
tev-Hnle,wLo with herhut-bnud ni d
olnldren h'lW been soj mrni "-it
Waikiki, Honolulu's populm hoa--ide
suburb, for sovorai uiodiIih
pist. The itllied fniniliea rpprei"'"t
many milliom of dollars of capital.
THE HORSELESS AGE
'listory's turuiug down a pipe,
Soon w'll come the HorselessAyo;
Evil wliou tliu horso is goue,
Qeuss there'll still bo asses born.
IIorsoIeBs carj wo're having now,
Troll-'y cars with all their row;
Honolulu's horseless tooln,
Move along sometimes with mul"s.
When tho horseless years c.tii-
Wonder if we'll lon horpp r nn;
Too bid Geo and Whoa must u ,,
For then caniifd meats will lino
Tendencies today nro Mens
That's the way wo must proqreai,
Painless nulls tho dentixts have.
Barbers givo a speechless sbtivtt.
' I'i'b with shamo we mut confoi;
Ohaiuless wheels are all the go,
OhaiulesB Oalicians too, you know.
Truthless yellow journal fakes
Now aro takinc nil the cakos.
According to tho Murniug Gpuib,
Thi-j country is Spring-Poellps.
Where do tho nameless names
For instance, have you met Hoo-
Is it eomulhina cood to drink.
Or tho mystic name of tbo tois-
Smokeless powder is uod in war,
TwBsiiBed in oth"r ways boforo;
Full many a beauteous human
Sprinkles her faco with the dus'y
Dollnrless men often have sense,
Whilo tho senseless being defies
But its just as often the other way,
And a useless, senseless thing ta
W. F. Sawn.
"You My tlenil the Hapllnir. lint Not
When disoaBO has become chro
nio and deep seated it is oftnu dif
ficult to ouro it. That h tho rea
son why it is best to take Hood's
Sarsapnrilla when disoaBO first
shows iteolf in pitnplen, hend-
aoues, iiuiigestiou, or other trou
bles wliieh tell of poor blood,
weak stomach or disordered liver
or hidnoys. This groat incdicinu
regnlato-) tho whole systotn. It
Hood's Pills aro the favorito
Pure soda water, the lu-ht, in
town. Hawaiiau Soda Works.
fit Oonoantiatad Oronm
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ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BLOOI
LVSS UF COLOUR.
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