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THE, EVENING BrjrjhJTIN: HONOLTJT,TT. H. T., NOVEMBER tl, 1899.
Tie First Americas Mag Raised Orer Manila,
Scdnced froaa as Illustration U "On to Manila."
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Flag; Meutentant Brumby of Admiral Dewey'a Staff and his l'lnc-Haltlng;
Party on the nattlet:n.nto of Old Manila.
Xc-drawu from au illiutratloa tu " Ou to Manila."
The Departure of the FIrit Fleet of Transport.
Reproduced treat aa UluaUaUoa la " On to Manila,"
aUbi "OM MwfH m feat aaafci Cmm, Kale lata.
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Washington, Oct. 2C In his nnnual
report to tho Sccretnry of the Treasury
Commlslsonor General Powderly of
tho Immigration Bureau gives the total
arrivals for the year ended June 30,
1899, as 311,716, an Increnso over tho
preceding year of 82,410, or 30 per cent.
The opinion Is expressed that ill least
26,000 'persons woro not llsti'd In thin
number, throus'.i a defect In tlvi law, as
well as an Indotcrmlnnto p laticr f'virn
Canada and Mrxo who mo ,i le
existing regulunons nccuvntod for.
Tho Increase over the flsuies fo iit
year Is represented liugeiy by immi
gration from Europe, pnrtleula . from
Italy, Austria-Hungary ami Russta,
v.'hlch show gains respectively of 18,-S0C,-
22.G94 anil 21,151. Of the total ar
rivals Europe supplied 297.JI9, Asia
8972, Africa 61 and all other countries
6313. As to Illiteracy, C0.410 could nei
ther read nor write. As to amount of
money brought, 39,081 had each $30
or over and'174,C13 had each Ipss than
$30. Tho total amount of money exhi
bited to officers was $3,414,10.'. Tho
number of contract laborers debarred
last year exceeded the number for tho
next preceding year by 77 per cent
Legislation Is recommended to en
ablo the Commissioner Ocneral to haro
Investigations nmdo at the centers of
labor In this country to which con
tract laborers are destined. The re
commendation of last, year Is repeal
ed as to tho necessity for transferring
tho immigration stations at Canadian
ports to certain designated points on
our boundary, which shall bo tbo only
ports of entry for aliens coming
through tho Dominion. This recom
mendation la sustained by figures
showing that tho immigration througn
Canada has largely Increased, and that
the care exercised by the officials at the
American ports Is merely diverting the
tide of .immigration through a channel
offering little obstruction.
With regard to tho islands now held
under military authority as an out
come of the war with Spain, tho opi
nion is expressed that, the prompt ex
tension of tho Immigration laws to
them by order of the Secretary of War
will avoid any embarrassments. It Is
also recommended that tho authority
of tho Secretary of the Treasury bo
extended to the arrest and deportation
of aliens in this country in violation
of the law, as well as to such as have
landed in disregard of the provisions
of tho alien contract labor laws. Tho
'cost of onforclng alien contract labor
laws during the year was $87,726, and
of the immigration laws. $288,(tQ2.
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OLD COLONIAL STYLE.
CharmlnK Itealdencv That Can
UrectPd fiir A hoot a.t.SOO.
The lllimtrntloin Ikto hen represent
the plnu nnd n iH'ipi-ctlvc vlewof n
wry nizy and clinnnlnK (lcxln for n
reslilonrp Rtiltahlv for n physician In n
Inrse town. It U denlsunl In a plain
tirntmt'iit of the old colonial style nf
architecture. A cellar extends under
tin' entire house, with stoim wnllt and
tiintrete floor, outside hatchway and
TtUt Ai WfM QiaV
l i-a tcuaux
-tops. The height of the rcllar cclllns
A 7 feet 4 Inclie.i. A wide vernnda c
imIh nearly across the entire front, wltl
nteps to the main entrance, sheltered 1.
i lmndoiue Kiiblcd porch, which, with
the handsome tower, gnlile, dormer win
dons and chimneys, ghes nn Imposing
appearance to the front From thoe
rauda you enter a largo vestibule, which
U lighted by a small stained glass win
dow in one Bide.
From tho vestibule you pass to tho
largo reception hall, which Is centrally
located iuiJ communicates with the par
lor on the right by means of sliding doors,
which tan be thrown open at pleasure,
making the hall and parlor virtually one
room. At the left of the hall is the din
ing room, which is more secluded than
the parlor, the entrance being a single
door. The dining room Is lighted from
the Bide by three windows grouped to
gether as closely as possible, which give
a pretty effect, both from tho exterior
and Interior. At one end, of the dining
room Is an open fireplace with grate,
tiled hearth and facings and brass fend
i I TTDHEHr
ROOM P pApm
llnck of the hall Is the kitchen, gc4i ir
ons In size, communicating with the din
Ing room through the pantry by double
hinged doors nnd with the hall by means
of a passage under the main stairs. The
kitchen 'Is provided with a brick c set
range, ,-JO gallon copper boiler, crockery
sink and waiih tray. From tho rear ve
randa arc steps leading to the yard in
the rear of the house.
Tho doctor's office, or library, Is on the
ground fl&or, circular In plan, nnd scenii
especially adapted to Gil In the angle
between tho hall and dining room. It i
lighted by three windows, so grouped
as to concentrate the light near one part
of the room, which Is desirable for ex
aminations, which require good light, or
for indcik. An open fireplace connects
with Uie brickwork of the dining room
The Hoot -f '( tint ktury Is doubled,
the Hi hi In. r iinNtliii of sut faced
lutnlii'i tiaili ' the h io- Unmi, over
which Is Hji.i'.nl n liijer of luunllh p:i-
v BED 180
SECOND rLOOIt FLAK.
per, and a tongued and grooved yellow
pine floor laid after the house Is plaster
ed, trimmed and thoroughly dried ut
In the second story arc four large
chambers, staircase hall and bathroom
and suitable closets. The bathroom Is
located directly over the kitchen, ao that
there Is much saved In the direct matter
Df arrancine the Dlumblnc oIdcb. The
attic Udor is of tongued and grooved
spruce, and all Is left unfinished except
the hall and. one room for a servant
Jly an additional expense of $300 a
cnarmins stuuio or uen.can Do utted ud
Iff-Utf -third story of the. tower, together
wltb spottier bedrdbm.
It will be noticed that the details of
the exterior work arc neat and almnlc.
The veranda railings are Inclosed and
ahlnglcdi giving a very cozy and com
fortable 'appearance to the exterior In
the mere matter of outllno alone. The
exterior woodwork Is all painted two
coats the body "of the building a light
brown, with trlnimlngs of a darker
bade. ,Thls bouse can be erected lu
placet where the price of labor is not
excessively, high, for 13.500- In, some
places Ifwonld 'exceed this figure.
, CHILDREN'S FASHIONS.
What Is Worm by Wall brewed XJttla sad
Half Grown Olrla.
Fuji bodices remain in favor for llttlo
girls, as they an easy to maka and comfort
able to wear. Skirts oro usually plain, but
may bo gathered all 'around or out with a
tabller. Trimming is uod for tho skirt
of partyjor other' nloo drosses, velvet, rib
bon, galloon insertion or embroidery being
applied horizontally, vertically or in a
simulated apron shape. Ono of tho now
ct models chows a girl's frock in which
tho skirt consists of three flouncos. This
is a protty stylo for thtn, overgrown chil
dren, who aro apt to look awkward and
weedy in a plain skirt. Dlouso bodices,
with or without a biisquo, nro bolted in,
but tho bolt is plain and Is fastened with
a rosotto, a bow or nn unpretentious buc
kle, Jeweled, ennmolod and wrought metal
bolts being confined to grown icrsons.
Children's slcovcs nro puffed n llttlo at tho
top nnd almost Invariably haven cap or an
nan noon flax.
t, with a china closet at the laft of the
fuenUce. At tho other end are the doors
latha nan trr, and ran varaila awh jjjtwlflf
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