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Page 27 - SIR : I have the honor to submit herewith my annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905, and to set forth existing conditions as to public order.
Page 1 - GENTLEMEN : I have the honor to make the following report of the operations of the various bureaus of the department of commerce and police during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905 : BUREAU OF PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY.
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Page 390 - ... place of fever which sooner or later strikes down every white man resident here. For these reasons a large American force means a large sick report, and the contingent expense of medicine, care, and subsistence. Therefore the most economical and satisfactory class of labor would seem to be either Chinese or Japanese, both of whom are well-known workers, do not demand high wages, are keen for the money they can earn, and are not subject to sickness. The Filipino has proved himself more expensive...
Page 361 - Slopes here stand at angles of such excessive steepness that the slightest disturbance of their natural condition starts a slide that may not check itself until hundreds of thousands of yards of earth, broken rock, trees, etc., have come down and been removed.
Page 310 - THE CHAPLAINS. MANILA, PI, June 30, 1905. SIR: I have the honor to submit herewith a report on religious functions that took place at this prison, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905, under my direction.
Page 136 - ... honorable the secretary of commerce and police directed the establishment of a stage line to operate between Dagupan and Baguio for the transportation of passengers, and, in order to give the Manila public the benefit of the line, coupon tickets, entitling the holder to transportation from Manila to Baguio and return and to meals and lodging while en route, were printed and sold in the office of the chief supply officer. Details of this service will be given under the quartermaster division....
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Page 282 - TANGUINGUI. The light station on Tanguingui Island, which was in course of construction at the beginning of the fiscal year, was completed, and a fourth order flashing light installed and lighted about March 1, 1905. A force of 3 Americans and about 100 natives were employed until the work was nearly completed, when the force was somewhat reduced and the construction party was all taken away several weeks before the machinist was ready to install the apparatus. Money statement. Estimated cost..