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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 23, 189).
The First Americas Flcr Raised Over Manila,
Reduced from u illustration In "On to Maulla."
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roc Ideutcjtat t SriTmly or Admiral rwc-''ii Hinff mid liU Vlac-Holslm;
J ity m tli; BjU - .i J I.-lulla.
Itlnira from uu UluauaUou lu 'uu lo MaulU,"
The nepirtar? of the first Tlcet of Transports.
Reproduced from u UliutrtUou lu "Ou to Manila."
P-iirfU5r'rtn--i T 5H-(feraj - .. rr
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KELLAR'8 GREAT MEMORY.
It Aide the Mnglctan In Ilia Second
"The second sight trick as perform
ed on the stago calls for a marvelous
memory," said a former theatrical
manager. "Some years ago I attend
cd ono of Henry Hollar's entertain
ments with Mrs. Scott Slddons. Ills
lady assistant sat blindfolded on the
stago and described different articles
which he picked up at random through
the audience. When ho camo near, I
limply pointed to a curious llttlo green
tharm which Mrs. Slddons had loaned
lo me nnd I was thcu wearing on my
"'It was a green Intaglio,' said tho
assistant lu reply to Kcllar's ques
tions; 'a very peculiar llttlo medallion,
which Vtns presented to Mis. Scott Sld
dons by the sailors of a vessel bouud
for San Tianclsco from Australia.'
"Wo were so astonished that wo al
most fell out of our scats. After tho
show wo went behind tho scenes with
Nellie McIIenry nnd somo other the
atrical folk who happened to bo pres
ent, and Mrs. Slddons proceeded .to
corner tho magician, who was an old
fricud. 'Now, Harry,' sho said, 'I want
you to tell mo honestly how you Know
about that locUct.'
"Kellnr laughed. 'You recollect I
camo over from Austinila on tho samo
ship,' ho replied, 'and I would certain
ly know that stono If 1 saw It In Chi
na.' "Ho would say tin moie, and 1 pre
sume, of cotuso, that he coniod his
Information to tho stngu UiioiikIi his
system of cue. Hut tho mat clous
pntt about It wits IiIk puiiupt lecocn!
tlon of the chaim on tn. uutih cii liu
Tho presentation ou nhlpbonu! did
taken plan all of rinou or cljlit wars
bcfoie." New Oiluans Time Drum
LIKE THE PROVERBIAL CAT
now llic Profcmor'M llenU r-jut
llni'k al IIIh Oivii nxiiennr.
The joung laujer tins Kood lastt- In
antiques and h.ts (lone much lirimlis
about In henreli of them lie J,ut.
tile places In WmciMer and the llbigli'
boring towns uheie tlniKo uho lllto old
fuuiltute and hao tin moiii.' to pnj
for It may 11 ml what utll delight ilieif
souls So It was tm more than tut
ural. when the piofi iwnr- nold tits iIimU
which was of ancient deslpn, Imt ot
doubtful n?t. uuil lieiui Id UIuk f
something bettei. tlmt he ttluiuld eon
suit the joung l.i.ei The mini Tit
law was dellKb'fiitlj nymiwHiotlo. "I
saw Just what jou want the other
day," he said, "but I'm afraid It's Ront
now. I'll keep my eye, otit Cor tho iii'M
few d'tj s."
"Well, ir ou heo nnythlng really
good," said the professor, "buy It and
hold It for me. It Is not safe to let n
bargain co too loug. Only let mi!
know as "noon ns mi enn, so that 1
won't bo buying ono too. It would be
a gnat favor."
"Not nt nil," said the law) or. "It's n
pleasure to buy n good thing, even If
jou aio not to keep It jouiself"
In a day or two the professor receiv
ed n 'Joyful note. The young lawyer's
mother had found Just what tho pro
feasor wanted .i beauty, one or thope
roio old bits tlmt they cannot colintei
felt, and such n bin gain, only 510. The
piofessor was chimned. Ho linme
dlntely sent his check to tho jouhr
liiwjtr with nu enthusiastic note of
thanks and n icqiiest to send up tho
desk. He was In tho hall when It nr
rhed. lie toie off tho sacking and In
spected his pilze. It was hl3 old desk
that ho lmd sold n few dttja before for
$3 50. Woiccster Gnrette.
Odd TciuliMielen (it Hlnnr;,
A wilter In the Joiuiinl des Debnts
complains of the pioeess of dogiudi
tlou which Is going on In tho Trench
language The peasantry, for Instance.
fiequeiitly spent, of tho ass, n humble
pinner iu wicir irany ion, us -ino nun
Ister," nnd other w'okIs of dignified
Import nie npi'lUd to equally humble.
If not nitunlly base, uses.
The same tendeuty, howe or, appeals,
to be show In; Itself In (Surmany, whou
the title "ummuch" pnHseri curront In
modem slniiK as n designation for
damps and lootp.ids Tho other day .t
uoneomiulsMlouotl olfleur In charge of
bnrratln at lanzlg addressed this
term tou troublesbmu pihnte Jnit ns a
captain huppeiied lo bo passing. The
latter nt oiut lepoited tho Inclduut
nnd tho bai'incl; master was brought
bofoic the mnglstintes on n chntge of
Ihldeucc was ndduced to proo that
lu tast I'liissla "inscul" and "moil
nrch" weio convertible terms, so that
the court acquitted tho ptlsoucr, nl
though ho loses his inul; and his pen
OFFERED IN EVIDENCE
How the Fipo of Fcaco
Pipe of Peaco
Isn't in it
For a tniuulo.
'Twnen't loaded, - .
" Mr. Man; :
" Never joko, -1
" BeBt plan." '
" For contempt
" You go
" Throe hours
" Down bolow."
Spring Poet Cigars I
W. F. Sank.
Arrfiti'iita Vt 111 lliiiipi.n.
Miu wnsn't mado to eulTer. but
accidents will lmiipen, and to
meet such cnbce, Nature designed
the roots, herbs, mims and IimvpR
for (ho healing of the nation. Na
ture's waj to treat a cut, bruise or
a burn, is to cleanse, draw and
heal, nnd thtft'a tho wav Kiukanoo
Indian Salve acts Just ns nature
nets. It nets that way, because it
is Nature's own remedy, com-
pwUtuled from materials gathered
in Naluro's infaliblo laboratory;
unadulterated, pure and timplu.
luo Rama lureuloutd touutl in
Kickopoo Indian Salvo were in
ubo for centuries before the Unit
Mon divulged it to tho Palo Faoe.
luey uualeu natious agos ago,
they ncl tho same today. Hnbrou
Drug Co., Ageut for tho Kioka
poo iudiati RemediPB.
ah account or tut uiao rr o
has been given by the German
gardener iu Slavonin, ChwoiUn
and Bilz, who nr cultivating it.
ltopott? came of Mno rosea that
grow wild ill Sotviti, and spooi-
meu woh fient t tuero two yoarH
ago with- beautiful violet blue
flowers. They li tvi- boen experi
menting to see wli ther thu color
ib retained under onltivotion or
whether it is due t tho soil of the
moors w hero it ia found. If tho
io9oa retain their blue the plants
will bo for Bale in 100 1.
kallLac "Old CUry" at Vort Baula Cnui, T.a4raaa Istaads.
Rcyraduced frost aa Uluttiattan lo " Ob la Uaatl,"
A Viiliutlile TriirUlonil.
Perhaps ns costly n comuiodlty as
any tlmt Is Liuricd In considerable
quantities hi ttuikloads Is Sumatra to
bat to, such as Is tiscd for cigar wrap
pcrs. Sumatra winppcis tost from
?1 to $2 n poumlr nml the .Import duty
on them Is 91.8," a pound, This tobacco
Is Imported In small, compact bales
weighing 170 or ISO pounrit each. Duty
paid Hmviatia would bo worth about
$000 a bale, and thero can be curried on
n trial; llft, ImiIch or moio; to that n
CO b.ilo truci load of sueli tobacco
would bo worth about $30,000. Now
llfilt of IIIh Iiiilimt r'.
Mrs. do Cohen 1 henr you'vo got n
vety Industilous hubband.
Laundress Yes, mum; ho's always
flndlug something for mo to do. Haiti
more Jewish Comiueut.
FmMisliei tout tl
yf oW XErny or tdeht" t y. 2
An Elaborate History o? the Philippine
I On To Manila I
o? the Exuniiner-Joitrmil,
Who tells of the achievements secured by our American Afrs h tt
Orient, from the time when Admiral Dewey made his historic itttiaa.o
into Manila Bay to the present.
The vorl consists of fifty-sixty octavo pages with e .' itv tojr ,
superb illustrations from photographs and a series of pen o.vjche ry
Pierre N. Boerlnger, the War Artist who accompanied Aii-nci's
peditionary Forces. ;
IIII Slornn uml (iitiuon.
Italy i8 protecting horsolf cy.
teraotioally ngainst bailslorms by
firing cannon. Sovoral hundred vil
luges on tho slopes of tho Alps and
of tho Apennines havo established
firing stations, whoro two or threo
cannon aro kept which are fired
at a (signal from tho weather ob
server. The roiults aro Baid to bo
astonishing. In nono of these
villages did hail fall this summer,
while neighboring districts havo
Buffered from the usual number of
Leipzig is to have a now Itath
hans, costiug $1,000,000. It will
stand on part of tho ground cov
ored by tho old Ploisouberg,
whoro Luther held liis disputation
which has hnrui torn down. A
tower of tho old oaetlo still stands
and will bo worked into tho ar
chitectural dosign of tho City
SPECIAL FEATURES OF '"OS TO MiVA":
A Sketch from the life of Admiral George Dewey, in ule on tn
declt of his Flagship.
A complete roster of the Oregon, California, Washimjt u til I Jirt
Volunteers, with a death list compiled and revtaed to . ly 251. .
A Department devoted to the movement of CtKfonn i'a r-nlment'
from the time it sailed from San Francisco to the. present.
Portraits of California's Commander: and Californi 1 s OfTuers,
taken in Manila.
Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in .Vhnila.
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army if ih. Mini
An immense Panoramic View of the City of Manila, repniJuceil
from Photographs. m
, Illustrations produced from photographs shoeing tho neruu
troops in the field, in camp, in barracks, and in action .14 unit ina
Spaniard and the Filipinos. '
A detaecl story of the two campaigns written by an a uh r wn
having been detailed as a -special War Correspondent to ujon-mrcr
Admiral Dewey's Fleet and the Eighth Army Corps, is sp. mlv ntti4
lo describe the stirring events which befell our "Boys hi B.'.i" 111 in
far-away Islands of the Orient.
Beautifully bound in Gold and Embossed Covers, and y 1 vk'.
arrangement is placed within the reach of the BULLETIN-' J re- iti
the price of
25 CENTS ADD ONE COUPON.
. As the edition is limited and all orders will be filled in return, f
you desire the work it is advisableith.it your order be filed at unt.
Now ready for delivery t the BULLETIN office.
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