A Woman's Impression of the Philippines eBook

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of a friendly constabulary officer to thrash him with a stingaree, or sting ray cane.  Adolphus retaliated by forging her husband’s name to some chits for liquors.  She had him arrested, prosecuted, and jailed.  He had just finished his sentence when the fire came.  He was almost the first person to appear, and worked like a Trojan for two hours, his services being of no mean value.  I think the reader will agree with me that Adolphus showed a Christian and forgiving spirit.

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[1] Since the writing of the above sentence, one American woman has been murdered in Batangas, one young girl violated in Manila, and knowledge has come to the writer of three cases of attempted assault on American women, which were kept out of the newspapers.

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