March 19, 1926 A cablegram reports the arrival of the S.S. "Resolute" at Manila today, on time, after a smooth passage from Hong Kong, with everyone on board well and enjoying zestfully the entertainments provided, which included lectures, a dance on the broad, gaily decorated decks, and a St. Patrick's Day feast, not to emphasize unduly the soothing 80 degrees temperature supplied by the Weather Department, while we at home were facing those icy blasts. The Shore Excursions at and from Hong Kong were carried through happily, as usual, and today, tomorrow and Sunday your friends are cheerfully observing America's Far Eastern experiment in colonial government is The Philippines before moving on to picturesque Borneo. UNITED AMERICAN LINES. MANILA, made famous in a day the world over by Admiral Dewey's immortal naval battle, is the most important port in the Philippine Islands, now a part of the United States. The older part of the city of Manila is surrounded by moss-grown walls. Richly ornamented churches will attract the attention of the visitor. Fort Santiago still stands guard.