Newspaper Page Text
miiiiii nw ill ipiiiiiiiMiiiiiwiiiiiiilllliM I H'P I I i i i rrnrir
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 80, 189'.
I TOM MJ TTMVTEPATIT
, . ) . 1
&" " L )
'jtf V$? .;.o . j
-v. --t- ; v-v. saaaH av
- - ' r"1 lift ? W7
. Tie First American Viae Raised Oyer Manila.
Reduced from an tUuitrttlou In " Oo to Manila." I
rWMM ti tan i ii i mm in i J i
y - .
iwsksorsz. jsss s w i&w ,
, ii. - . ii ii .ii i
Llttlt Tommy TloHIpte
Was at school quit often latt,
Chasing botT)lesa cats and dogs,
Stoning birds and catching frog.
Little Tonjrpy TlnKlepat
One day lost bis tooh and al&te
While be chased & big blacK cat
O'er tbe meadows wet and flat.
Friends of Tommy TlnWcpatc
Sept for Dr. Aedlcate.
Tommy bad a fever lad
Tommy's folks wcr? very sad.
Little Tonjmy Tlrjklep&t
Lay ir bed to cogitate;
Dre&rrjed about tbe big blivcK cat)
Tbougbt b wr)t to school to that.
LlttUt Tommy TloWepatc
ty, but It was fortunate
Had a tlnje wltb terror fraught
In tbe school by puasy taught
Uttle Tommy TlnHIcpate
Suffered such a dreadful fate
That It taught bin), as it should,
To all creatures to be good.
FmMilI tor the
An Elaborate History o? the Philippine
4rm1 . .& . & .set ,rz rt , gf ,er& . eV rt ? r .mtt
o! the Examiner-Journal,
THE BULLET AND THE BALLOT
KAHK AND DISCANE,
A f llB w-al-rft
Fine T.leutcntnnt Brnmby of Admiral IJewc a Ftftff ttiil 1.1s 1 laii-lnlslue
Tait on tUa I?ai Vi , . of . 11 r:filln.
Uc-4rawu from uu illuHlulluu iu "On to JUulIa,"
The Departure of the First Fleet or Transporta.
Reproduced from au Uluitratioa In "On to JJintla.''
rrn ' "
MaXliag "Old 047 at Fort Bamta Cnui, &a4r IaUaa.
Xcyredaee! bmm as UhHtratUa la " Oa to IteaUa,
Our connlry is calling for men
who will fight,
To flfibt for the flag is to fight for
If our country is wrong;,
Wo must prove that Sbo's risht,
By bleeding and dying and win
ning tho fight.
Thou lino up and fire,
Till caoh foo ahull expire;
Bo snro tlmt no bullet shall provo
you a liar;
For in lands that aro now
This Bnyinc is true:
Tho bnllot makes woy for the
Our conutry is calling for men
who v; volo
In tho lands oho has oonquorod,
untamed and remoto;
The inau who will light
In tho man who will vote,
If his ballot's not stopped by a
Thon lino Up and firo
Till each foo shall oxpiro,
Or tho enemy, aiok of our bullet),
For in couutrios remote,
It is not time to vote,
Till tho bulM makes way for tho
W. F. Sabik.
Kalian Flthattnnn Found Ueail.
The etoamer Mauua Loa bringB
tho story of a louo fisherman
found (load on tho boaoh iu Man
laea Bay Maui.
It ap'poars that Nawiliwili woe
tho namo of the deoeasod and that
he was a celebrated kahuna; he
was found by a native, Nawahine
by namo who was fishing in tho
neighborhood shortly afterwards.
It is said by tho natives of Maui
tuet Nawiliwili was prayed to
death by anothor kahuna a little
farthor advanced in the art of kill
ing by invocation.
Tho body was found on Wed
neaday laat.tho docoased had hoou
fljhing and returned ashore whore
ho died bofore ho could get to his
Few Filipinos Undar Arms.
Manila, Sept. 20. Oablo roporta
from Iloilo concerning tho results
of General Bates' second trip
among tho southern Inlands indi
cate that only about '100 rebels at
Zamboanga rcfuBO to recognize
American authority. Fending
the outcome in tho island of Lu
zon, tho city of Zamboanga is
practically deserted. Tho rebels
aro in camp four miles m tho
country. Tho Moros and Fili
piuoH aro unfriondly and distur
bances between tbem are liable to
ocour. Jolo 13 quiet and the na
tivos continue friendly.
A Hhrt I.mon on thn Mranlnir of i
Disease is the opposite of ease.
Webster defines diseaao as "laok
of ease, unpasiuess, trouble, vexa
tion, diequiet." It is n condition
duo to some derangement of the
nhvsical orennism. A vast majo
rity of tho "dis cato" from which
peoplo sulTer is duo to impure
blood. Difieaoo of this kin., is
cured by Hood's Snreapirilla
whioh pnrifiP8, enriches and vita
lizes the'blond. Ilnod's Bnreapa
rilla cures sorofula, salt rheum,
pimples and all eruptions, it
tones tho stomack midcrcatca r
good nppntitc, rtnd it givos vigor
and vitality to tlio wiioio uouy. ii
reverses thncordition of things,1
giving hoilth, Ciitnft'tt and "ease"
m uliiCJ of "difcaso."
pitisiuicNT romsn WKNT
Washington, Sept. 20, The
arrangement for tho Frosideut's
Western trip aro being porfected.
Tho fresidout will go Wost oven
if the preeont difficulties in con
nection with the Chicago colobra
tion aro not adjusted. Ho will be
in Qalo&burg, 111., on Octobor 8,
and at St. Fanl to rocoivo tho
suldiors returning from tho Phi
lippines on (ho 12th. From tho
8th uutil the 11th ho will be in
Ohiosgo, unless tho celebration
there which is set for tho 12th iu
A committee consisting of So
cretnry of Apriculturo Wilson,
Bopreeontntivo Perkins of Iowa,
IuterBtalo Commerce Commis
sioner Youmans aud J. Y. Maho
uoy of Sioux City, Iowa, were at
tho White House today and urged
tho President to como to Sioux
City after his visit to St. Paul. It
is probable that tho President's
arrangements can bo adjusted to
accept tho invitation.
Growing Fence Posts In Trnnesses,
Tho cultivation of "livo fonco
posts"' is an industry that is just
beginning to be taken hold of in
Sbolby. In West Tennessee it is
iu an experimental stage, but tho
agricultural department at Nash
ville proposes to encourage and
foster it. Livo fence posts aro
nothing more nor loas than trees
planted to grow in the etead of
fence posts. It takes from four
to six years for such trees as are
used for this purpose to attain the
ueofssary size and strength. Af
ter that tbey last forever, praotio
ally. Memphis (Tonn.) Scimitar.
Who tells of the achievements secured by our American Arms in tb;
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 B
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of Invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
On To Manila.
SPECIAL FEATURES 0? "Oil TO IIA1LA":
A Sketch from the life of Admiral George Dewey, nude on ths
deck of his Flagship.
A complete roster of the Oregon, California, Washington and Itlaha
Volunteers, with n 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 Oftieeri
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 Pahoramic View of the City of Manila, reprodatead
from Photographs. 4 '! ,t
Illustrations produced from photographs showing tha Americas' ?
troops in the field, in camp, in barracks, and in action against txo v
Spaniards and the Filipinos. '
A detailed story of" the two campaigns written by an author wssw- C
having been detailed as a special War Correspondent to accompany n A
Admiral Dewey's Fleet and the Eighth Army Corps, is specklly fitti a:
to describe the stirring events which befell our "Boys in Okie" in tira
far-away Islands of the Orient.
ueautituiiy oounu in Uold ami bmbossed Covers, and by a xratUT-A
arrangement is placed within the reach of the BULLETIN'S readers 4
the price of
25 CENTS AND QUE COUPON.
As the edition is limited and all orders will be filled ia rittttfoq.
you desire the work it is advisablethat your ordor be filed at ontb.
Now ready for delivery at the BULLETIN office.
t" " Bf
RoyalIash If IMS
(Hihmcie a Up-to-Dxte
tMST Fraa aiiir H.nC7trin.riai . X
XAfiEMrsl.KARi li rLI OI3UlNU