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era of construction now opening. He will furnish brawn for railway, road, and bridge work, and the pay he gets will enable him to go home independent for the remainder of his life. He will toil on the erection of mills, the openings of mines, and the furtherance of all industrial and commercial interests. The resultant prosperity will be shared in by the Filipino on his land, and thus indirectly the coming of this patient human machine will help the very man who is supposed to be crushed by his coming.
MARKET SCENE IN MANILA.