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THE EVENTNO BULTRTTN: HONOLULU. TT. T., NOVEMBER 18, 1899.
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Xlie First American 9ie noised Over Hnnlliu
Reduced bom an maturation In 'On to .Manila."
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Plat I.leutcntant llrutnby of Admiral Dewey's EtaiT nnd lilu Viac-HolilnB
rarly on tlw Hattlcricntd c' O'.d Manila.
Ke-druwu Trout uu lUuslru.iuu iu "Uu to Muuila."
The Departure of the First Fleet of Transport.
Reproduced fiani an Ultutra.Uen la "On to Manila."
Faranola nnd I'inlirella of the Ilnnr.
Tlio cliolco of n parasol, llko n certain
other Important net. I not to bo entered
upon lightly or unadvisedly, for unlet
ono can buy a different parnsol for ciicli
drops It must bo chocn In such n wny
that It will accompany almost all oiioV
gowns, harmoniously, liluck or wlilto If
of coursomoro noncommittal thann color,
but frrny and IkjIko or ecru Is also useful.
It Is nlwiiynndYlsabla toe1cctntliit whiuh
will not cost nu tinfnAornhlo light on the
faca when the nn r.Mnes tlirougli tho inn
less, but brl(
lcvs It Is Iln
Many plain , n 0 iirocarrlcil tliN em
on, brttni tiwy nu . r1 b i altri..l, with
flno handles, they nro no 1. . t m.: ly tl.ni
lilte and eti : hi .ro fault-
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(Itlon. The eonveiitloiinl long, narrow
hallway so common In narrow houses Is
tniilttcd, and the extra space Is nlvcn to
tho (lining room, Increasing Its width by
somd 3 feet. This odds upward of 00
feet of floor space which would other
wise be wasted. Other advantages nro
derived by this arrangement. The
chlmnay and ilreplaco arc placed nu the
side In the middle, giving abundant space
for I lie pantry on the left, with n good
sized china closet and a back hallway
leading to the kitchen and the cellar
stairs, with a storeroom for the kitchen
back of the pantry. Tim parlor Is sepa
rated from the dining room by heavy
poilU'ivs. has a circular bay window in
Trim nnd 1U1 open Ilreplaco on one side.
J'l tho HiHiiml rIory there Is one largo
ch.i "1i r "'i ii' ' ! bay, nnd one small
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An Elaborate History of the Philippine
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thoso which appear to bo moru elaborate.
! Striped, inolro nnd checked silks nro used,
end changcnhlo silk nlso, tho border often
being woven In lines or stamped upon tho
tnntnln1 Still tittilireltna nt filnlfl silk lir
ohangcablu taffeta am carried with tailor
Tin liiost fushtonnblo shoes and boots of
tau kid or lenthcr nro trimmed with pat
ent leather Very dark green kid shoes
aro n novolty just Introduced abroad.
Tho daintiest and most fashlOnnblo lin
gerie Is of whlto nainsook or luitlsto, trim
med with tucks and viilcnclcmiwi or em
broidery dono on tho material.
Largo lmtscomposcd entirely of gnthcred
tullo or monssolino do solo ura worn with
II thin gowns. They aro trimmed with rib-
UOU unu uuwerH.
Tho girl's dross illustrated is of red
Tolln, tho sklit being gathered Into thn
bolt nnd ornnmentod wltli u baud of croun.
' gulpuro In front. Tho IiIoufu bodleo lui
a band to match, nnd n yokoof plaited rc
J silk sirrdunded by n burthn of vollo odgri'
Willi gulpuro nnd llttlo rucneu of iaui.
satin ribbon. Tho bolt nnd ohoux nn "
black satin, tho hat of black straw trli -nicd
with rod taffeta. Judic Ciioliat
Fcncb Mnrmnlndc, nto.
For peach niaruinlnde pnro ripe, soft
penches, remove tho stones, put the
fruit In a U'ottlo with n lltUo water nud
boll until reduced to n pulp, run
through a colander, add half a pound
of sugnr to ouo pound of penches nnd
n Imndful o'f pencil kernels pounded to
a paste; boll uutll Htlfr. This lunrinn
hulo is very nice to Oil tartH. Spread
tho top of each tart with meringue.
' enjs a Ladles' World correspondent,
j whose recipe for drying peaches Is:
1 Pnro and halve seven pounds of nol'd
' fruit; pour a cupful of water In n pr
j serving kettle with two pounds o.
sugar; In this simp senjd. the fruit, be
1 do not lot boll. Tixlfu tho peaches oik
I nf the slrun. unread on dlnhe3 and Or
ntlST FLOOR PLAN,
bedroom In front, ono chamber above tho
dining room and one In the rear of tho
house, with staircase, hull, bathroom nud
The attic contains three bedrooms nud
a hall and ouo storeroom.
The cellar extends under tho vnttro
house nnd has a concrete Moor and stone
foundation walls. The building above
tho foundation walls Is of wood lower
story sheathed with tnnguo nnd grooved
lumber and clnpboarded, sldo walls of
second story mid all roofs straight;
rooms throughout aro plastered two
coats and papered; floor hi (lrst story and
ireaus anu risers or stairs aro or ycuow
plno; newels, rails nnd balusters, top of
bathroom nnd kitchen sink and .water
Who tells of the achievements secured by our American Arms In Ikl
Orient, from the time when Admiral Dewey made his historic entntlH
into Manila Bay to the present.
The work consists of fifty-sixty octavo pages with eighty-lMf
superb illustrations from photographs and a series of pen sketch bj
Pierre N. Bceringtr, the War Artist who accompanied America's Br'
In the sun.
DESIGN FOR A CITY LOT.
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SPECIAL FEATURES OF "ON TO MANILA":.
A Sketchifrom the life of Admiral George Dewey, made on it
deck of his Flagship.
A cempiete roster of the Oregon, California, Washington and ItsXi
Volunteers, with a death list compiled and revised to Mny 25th.
A Department devoted to the movement of California's regimtat
from the time it sailed from San Francisco to the present.
Portraits of California's Commanders and California's Officer
taken in Manila.
Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in Manila.
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army in the lilt.' I
of the City of Manila, reprtW4l
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Appcnrnuce Sent nnd Cnu Do Ereot
cd at n Cost of AUont S2,00O,'a'
Tho plans for the cottage here pre
sented are Intended for erection on n city
lot nnd arc well suited to tho renulre
lncnts of a small family. The building
Is 20 feet In width, with n depth of -13
feet. The front Is broken by n largo
circular tower nnd n pretty gabled porch
over tho main entrance. Thcro are
(Jormer windows In tlio hip roof, which
five It n plcturesiiuo appearance and nf
ml light to the rooms Iu thebaic.
In tho arrangement of tho rooms' in the
first story it will bo noticed that tho re
ception hall extends only to the foot of
the, Starrs, which arc Inclosed by n par-
8EC0KD FLOOn I-I.AK.
closet seat of cherry; ell other Inside
woodwork of white plno painted two
seats and varnished; plumbing of good
mialtty; bronzed hardware for first story,
Japanned In tIioVcoiil story nnd, aitlo
the whola building liuilt iimplcte tor
This Is n very popular plnn, having
(.ten duplicated many times.
Ill coatluuatlou 11I Jhe furore for
wlilto It Is predicted Hint wlilto cloth
will Ih largoly employed for visiting
nnd traveling costuiuea and will be
nmde 11(1 Into clonks, coats and wraps
nf all Winds; liut-smarter still Is white
uu'uln for coats nnd Jackets und long
A novel collar bnud cmanntln,g from
rurla is a stitched plain baud of rib
bon pasting through a large, dull gold
buckle nt tho throat nnd finished off
in n pointed short tab. It looks well
for traveling and mprnlng suits.
A uoto of black Is struck In all thu
most elegant light gowns, elthor tulle
ohoux of block, black fringes or Made
belts. k 1( . ,
A obouldcr scarf of chiffon.. falls In
n twist and long cnijs, from an elegant
linen and plqua coattuno, ' Tbeso old
fajhloneil floatiog4 scarfs sit some
what oddly on(the ejiergotlc kdts of
today, bui they ar pretty mod quatnf
and require as much prca&t ta ttw rt
of wearing them u'doM tkb iMUon
abto skirt If It to teWjtftM
photographs showing the Amwljril
banacks, and in action ngaiait Hti
An immense Panoramic View
ilustrationsJJ produced from
troops-in the field, in camp, In
Spaniards anil the Filipinos.
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? A detailed story olthe two campaigns written by an autkar bV
having been detailed as a special War Correspondent to acismfxnf
Admiral Dewey's Fleet and the, Eighth Army Corps, is specialty ttit
to describe the stirring events which befell our "Boys in Blur" IsVtlwtfp
far-awry Islands of the Oiient.' .!.r j ' '' .
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arrangement is placed, within tin reach of the BULLETIN'S
the price of
eok fi?WT him nwr nnimnw
liO UAillll LILW Will UUU1U11.
uz As tl.e edition is limited and all orders will be filled in rcttjkc,
you desire the work it is advisablethat your order be filed nt mt.
Now ready for delivery at the BULLETIN office.
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The Special .3, J
War Correspondent . ' ,'
of the Examiner-Journal, " i.
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