SIBONGA, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu,.
The Cebu dialect of the Visayan language is spoken.
of Cebu, the capital.
DALAGUETE, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, at the mouth of the TapOn river on the E.
CARCAR, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the Carcar river near its mouth at the head of Carcar Bay, 23 m.
Missionary work in the Pacific began with Magellan (1521), when in a fortnight he converted all the inhabitants of Cebu and the adjacent Philippine Islands!
1572), the founder of the Spanish city, and of Andres de Urdaneta (1498-1568), the Augustinian friar who accompanied Legaspi to Cebu (but not to what is now Manila).
Bolo, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on Bogo Bay at the mouth of the Bulac river, in the north-east part of the island.
of the town of Cebu.
high, and in Cebu not much more than 2000 ft.
Cebu possesses 9 striking species of birds not known to exist elsewhere, and lacks many of the characteristic forms of the central and eastern islands.
The coral beds of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago are of unsurpassed beauty, and Guimaras, Cebu and Siquijor are completely covered with a thick cap of coral limestone.
La Laguna, Luzon, was the only province in which more than 50% of the land was included in " farms," and Cebu the only island in which more than 25% of the land was included in farms; in the large island of Mindanao only 1.4%, in Masbate only 1.6%, and in Mindoro only 3.9%.
Iron ore has been found in other provinces of Luzon and in the islands of Cebu, Panay and Marinduque.
There are outcrops of lead in Marinduque and Cebu, and in Marinduque considerable silver is associated with the lead.
in Cebu and 50 m.
Cebu in Cebu and Iloilo in Panay are ports of entry second and third in rank, although small in comparison with Manila; there are others of minor importance.
Laoag in north Luzon with a population of 19,699, Iloilo in Panay with a population of 19,054, Cebu with a population of 18,330, and Nueva Caceres in south Luzon (r0,201), were the only towns with a population exceeding ro,000; and Manila (219,928) was the only city.
Then sailing south he touched at Mindanao, from which he sailed north-west, past Bohol to Cebu.
Here he found a good harbour in the bay on which the city of Cebu now stands.
In 1565 he founded, on the island of Cebu, San Miguel, the first permanent Spanish settlement in the islands, destined to become the Villa de Santisimo Nombre de Jesus, later the city of Cebu.
MANDAUE, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the E.
of the town of Cebu, the capital.
m.), which is separated from the island of Cebu by a channel only about ?
Opon is a shipping and commercial suburb of Cebu city, the harbour of which is sheltered by Mactan Island.
DANAO, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the E.
BARILI, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the Barili river, 2 m.
ARGAO, a town on the east coast of Cebu, Philippine Islands, 36 M.
m.), Cebu (1762 sq.
OPON, a town of the province of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the small island of Mactan (area about 45 sq.
It is connected with Cebu by a railway, and a branch of this railway extending across the island to Barili and Dumanjug was projected in 1908.
DUMANJUG, a town of the province of Cebu, island of Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the W.
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