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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H, 1., JULY 29, 1899
Wm. G. Irwik.
San Francisco Agtnttntnti Nevada
National IUnic op San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Novada National
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London,
Nkw York Araorlcan Exchange Na-
Ciiicaoo Morchants National Bank.
Paiiw Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrlin Drosdner Bank.
Honko.so and Yokohama Ilonkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Kkaund and Australia Bank
of Now Zoalnnd.
VicroniA and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
' Traasact a General Banting and Eictaue Bnsmesi
Depolste Kccelnd. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Traveler!
Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
and sold. .
COLLECTIONS PnOMITLT ACCOOKTBD FOB.
BISSOP & 3e
Savings Deposits will be
rocelvod nnd Interest allowed by tb.Ii
Bank at four and ono-half per cent,
por annum. Tlio terms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo been adopted as far at
it It practicable to apply thorn, and tin
ChkIi Kosorvo of 50.000 as required uu
dor tho Postal Act will bo maintained.
Printod copies of tho Rulos and ltejc
Illations may bo obtnluod on application.
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP & Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lattors of Credit issued, avail
able in all fcho principal citief
of tho world.
Intorost allowed after .Tuh
1, 1808, on fixod deposits
months 3 por cent., 6 monthr
3 por cent., 12 months i
Tge Yokohama Specie Bant
Paid Up Capital Yen 12,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HCAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London. Lyons, Now York,
Ban Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Tho Hank buys and receives for collec
tion Bills of Exchaugo, Issues Drafts and
Lotters of Credit on tho abovo Bronchos
and Agonclos, and transacts a general
On Fl4 Deposit for u month,, 4 per cent p. t
On Fixed Deposit lor 6 months, H
On Fuel Deposit (or j bos, j
Dy tin HeaJ Office, at Yokohama, on Current De-
foslt, 1 a-10 sen per Jay
Ixei Deposit for u months. iM per cent p. a.
New Repalillc Building, lllKlng St.HoncliiK
Douglas White who wrote On To
Manila has done his work accu
Were never in
In Navy and Black, at 50c, 75c and S1.00
per yard. Worth just half as much again.
Our 75c and li.ooqualltles are the BEST
values ever offered In these goods. Only
a few pieces left.
NUNS VB1LING AND
in every concelvab'e shade. Splendid for
house gowns and wrappers. Only 50c
and 75c per yard.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
saaaaa Tiie People's irovicierjs. eeeeeee
ON THEIR WAY TO THE POLE
Assembled at Archangel
Their Trip North.
Duke of Abruzrl of the House of Savoy and His
Ship Stella Polare Company of
Tried and Trusted Hen.
Archangel. July 10. Unwont
od animation prevails in Archan
gel on account of the simultaneous
appoarance of two princes, the
Grand Duke Vladimir and the
Duke of Abrazzi. The Grand
Duke Vladimir, accompanied by
General Vasmount and Captain
Bilaoff, has juat opened at Ekat
eriuinsk a new port, to whioh
great importance is attaohed, for
maintaining a fleet raobolizablo
during tho winter. It is also of
great commercial impirtance as a
ilopot for tho hido trade with Si
beria. It is at the extreme north
of the Russian possessions, where,
by astrango freak of nature, the
Gulf Stream keeps the water opou
during tho winter, while the more
southern ports remain olosed by
at 9 o'clock in tho morning on tho
steamer Nicholas I. Ho had a
magnificent reception. TIm
weather was beautiful. On tho
Qual Duvina waB a gathering of
distinguished othcers, besides a
great assemblage of people. There
wero mancuvrcs in the country
outsido of the t wn and the garri
son was reviewed by the Grand
Tho other Frinco, tho Duko of
the Abruzzi, attended service this
morning at the Catholic Ohurch
to imploro tho Divine protection
to the Polo. The Norwegian ere
wand Italian-Alpine cuides
mostly manly looking figures
wero present and created much in
terest befnro facing their rough
campaign in Polar solitude.
The Duke's ship Stella Polare,
of the typo of a Norwegian three
master, is punted brown and will
be ready to sail tomorrow. She
carries provisions for several years
and is loaded with cases of cod,
fur garments of the Esquimaux
pattern, material for balloons,
which are intended to lighten the
burden of transport, and many
sleighs. Thero ar, besides, 140
Sihoriau dogs, which live exclu
sively on fish. They have been
ohnson from tho best breed in the
kennels of the government of
Tobolsk, and cost 0,000 roubles.
One mouse gray dog, whioh was
presented by Dr. Nanson and was
born on board tho Fram, is looked
upon as the mascot.
Tho prince expects to land a
part of his provisions in threo
weeks at Gape Flora, and then to
roconnoiter northwest Franz Jose
fland, whioh has not yot boon ex
plored. He hopes to raeot tho
Wei I man expedition, whioh has
been on the ice without a ship for
more than a year, and he will,
perhap-i, try to reaoh tho pole.
Tho arrangement of tho Prince's
cabin is peculiar. Thore are no
portholes, and on account of the
small space everything is devoted
to soience. A coutraot was made
in Paris whilo the Duke was in
Rome two years ago, for the man
better shape to
We have just opened a new lot; suburb
designs and lovely colorings. Elegant
goods, from 15c to 35c a yard.
Dimities! Dimities !
Reduced from 15c to 10c a yard.
Lawns and Ginghams.
An enormous variety of novel patterns
to select from, at prices that cannot be
In all colois, only 75c a yard.
ufacture of spooial instruments of
precision, iu- Paris, London and
Each sleigh will havo two chro
nometers, in order to be able
always to keep tho same sidereal
position during the winter in spite
of drifting ico, aud to insure a
Groups of people gathered
round the ship, which was dressed
with flags, and even hero, at tho
customary advance post of those
starting on polar expeditions,
thero was much excitemout at the
bold attempt and the courage self
abnegation of thisicharming son
of the House of Savoy.
BLANCHE BATES AT HOME
Blanche Bates is all smiles bo
cause she has been ablo to como
home for a season, says tho Chro
nicle of tho 12th. She nover look
ed handsomer. It was not a matter
of concern to hor last ovoning that
she had just crossed the continent
and had a rohearsal beforo she
could call a moment hor own.
She wasns cheery as if sho had
been enjoying a long time of rest
and had no work before her. Sho
was more anxious to toll how brao
ing it was to got into California,
how many moments it took her to
decido when the opportunity pre
sented itself to como, and how sho
would have grieved if sho oould
not havo arranged tho trip than to
talk of the pleasant and unplea
sant experiences she has had since
In a passing reforenco to the
Daly episode sho said that it had
been a feast for tbo coasip, and
tho very last morsel had beon mas
ticated. She held, as iu ono au
thentic interview that thero was
not so much said and dono as had
been roported; that tho situation
was disagreeable and that she just
got away from it.
Misa Bates was especially indig
nant about tho use that had been
made of her name in the absurd
letter purported to have been
written by her to different clergy
men asking if they thought it pos
pie for an actress to bo a Chris
tian. She says that not only did
she never write Buoh a letter, but
she never bad a thought akin to
those it expressed. Sho says that
the first she heard of it was when
she reached Chicago. She also de
nied the story that she had bought
a half interest in Molbourno Mc
Dowell's company. "Buy that,"
sho laughingly added, "why, I am
not Bure that I havo money enough
for my dinner."
Miss Bates is accompanied by
T.Daniel Frawloy and her mother,
tho California aotros, who id now
a rtombar of tho Frawloy com
pany. Miss Bates will appear thiB
evening at tho California Theater
in "Tho Last Word," with tho full
support of the now company whioh
ITrawley brings. In this MissBates
says that she finds her favorito
role. She will play horo until tho
last week in August, wbou she will
go East and sail forLondon,whero
she expeots to spend a month with
Zangwill getting the "atmosphoro"
for the "Children of the Ghetto,"
in whioh sho will appear with tho
Dlebler company in Now York
How brave California boys fought
for their flag .is told in On To Manila.
do business. Read these quotations first, then
The uncruslmble kind. Plain and
weaves. We are the sole aeents.
Lace Skirts and Lace
The very latest novelties, very choice
IN EVENING SHADES.
4; Inches wide; only OOc per yard.
item muicc&e Lace.
EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS.
A large variety In nil widths.
LACE HANDKERCHIEFS I
LACE HANDKERCHIEFS I
ANNIE WHEELER WILL 60
Refused One Commission, She
One from Red Gross.
Will Not Be Turned Away from Determination
to Accompany Her Father General
"Washington, July 10. Miss
Annio Wheeler, Gonoral Wheoler'e
second daughter, will accompany
her father to Manila, and to that
ond will leave Washington with
him on the 3:30 train tomorrow
for San Franoisco, where they will
Bail by tho transport Tartar on tbo
20th inct. Miss Whoolor goes to
Manila as a nurse, and upon her
arrival will at once roport to tho
surgeon in chargo of the Govern
ment hospitals at that place.
Miss Whoolor at tho timo the
telpgrara reached hor of hor
fathor's ordors to Manila on Fri
day was visiting Miss Holen Gould
at tho latter's country place on tho
Hudson, whoro sho has boon for
three weeks past. Sho at once
went to New York for a conference
with Mrs. "Whitolaw Reid, with the
result that tho appointment as a
Bed Cross nurse was immediately
made out and givon to hor. Prior to
that timo Mies Wheeler had made
personal application to tho Surgeon-General
to be allowed to ao
company hor father to Manila, on
ly to bo refused in the most posi
tive manner. From her father tho
plucky youngdaughtor could hope
for no aid, since ho was very much
opposed to tho idea of her going
to tbo Philippines. But it was a
case of whoro a woman wills, and
so tho Surgeon-General's refusal
was promptly turnod into a per
mit when Mrs. Whitolaw Reid and
Miss Holen Gould took tho matter
Missa Wheeler is most onthu
siastio in hor praiso of Mjbb Gould
and declares there was nover a
truer, simple hearted, more gen
erous and in ovory way capable
woman than sho to whoso open
handed philanthropby and untir-
jng work last year the American
soldiers owed such a lasting debt
General Wheeler's approiohing
departuro for Manila received the
rumor of his marriage to Mrs.
George W. Ohilds. As regards
tho Htatcment currant in Philadel
phia and Now York that Mrs.
Ohilds, who arrived in tho city
this morning, had come on for tho
nurposo of marrying Goneral
Whoolor prior to his dopnrturo
for tho Philippines, Mrs. Ohilds
gave a most omphatio denial to
night. "There is positively not one
word of truth in it," and Mrs.
Ohilds. "No; I am not married
to General Whoolor, nor shall I
marry him prior to his departuro
General "Wheeler when quos
tioned was equally positive in his
denial that any immediate mar
riago was coutemplatoJ, but be
as woll as Mrs. Child, carofully
refrained from committing them
solvos as regarded any futuro in
tentions of this kind.
Genoral Whoolar admittod that
immediately apou Mrs. Ohilds
arrived in tho city ho had goue to
We have the largest and best stock of
Ever brought to Honolulu, and
THE PRIGES ARE DEAD RIGHT!
We are selling White Piques at
per yard, that other stores are asking 30c
for. We want you to see them j they are
dandles. Make no mistake, we are
The People's Providers,
call upon hor and had made u
visit of Bonio length, but he insist
ed that the prosont visit of Mrs.
Child to Washington upon the
evo of hid departure should nut
be taken to lmv? auy signitlcanco
whatever as reganl'd himself.
NEW YMTEER OFFICERS
The President has made tho
following appoiatments to tho vol
To bo lieutooant-colonol Robt
W. Leouard, colonol Twelfth New
To be majors--Francis Ward,
lioutenant colonel Ouo Hundred
and Second New York Volunteers.
To bo captains William B.
Grade, captain Twelfth New
York; William F. Judson cap
taitiTwHlfth Now York: Walter
F. Randall, captuin Two UuudivJ
and Socond Now York Volunteer;
James M. Liddell, formerly ronjor
United States Volunteer Infantry;
Samuel A. Price, formerly major
Sixth Pennsylvania Volunleote;
Devereaux Shields, formerly lieutenant-colonel
Infantry; Granvillo Sevier, for
merly ciptnin Teunossoo Voluu
To be first lieutenants James
H. Blount, Jr., formerly first liui
tenant Third Ouited States Vol
unteer Iufantry; William P.
Clark, formerly lieutonaut Thirl
Georgia Volunteers; Willi C.
Davis, formerly captain lurnt
Georgia Volunteers; Wilsou G
Her.ton, formerly captaiu Fiftieth
Iowa; Jame9 M. Kimbrough, Jr.,
formerly oaplain Third Georgia
Volunteers ; James Loiigslieot,
Jr.,formerly first lioutonant Niuth
Unitod States Vnluuteor Infantry;
George D Rico, formerly chaplain
Sixth Massachusetts ; Solomon
Avery, Jr., major Soinil Georgia
Voluntoera; Philip S. Goldurmau,
Bocond lioutonant Two Uundnd
and Third Now York; John J.
Kennedy, Sixtv-Ninth Now York;
Theodoro S. Pulker, captain Two
Humlrod and Second New York;
Dexter Sturgis, first lieuteuant
Two Hundred and Third Now
York; .Theodore Taylor, first lieu
tenant Twelfth New York; Oscar
D. Wocd, captain Ninth
To bo second lioutenanN John
W. C. Abott, Michigau; Gamut n
Ball, lieutenant Two Hundred
and First New York; Johu Byrne,
captain Niuth New York; Holt
A. Bradford, corporal Company
H Sixth Illinois Volunteers; Ed
ward S. Bioussard, captain Com
pany I Second United States Vol
unteer Infantry; Timothy L
Loughlin, second lioutonant Two
Hundred and First New York ;
Urisala ForguBon, oaptnin First
Now York; Hildon Olin, second
lieutenant Soveuty-Firet New
York; Leo D. Fishor, formerly
private Sevonty-First Now York
Voluntoera, assistant ongiuecr
United States navy during th
Spanish war; Robert H. Silliman,
formerly sergeant Astor Battery;
William S. Wells, Jr., formerly
captain Coinpuy F Third Ala
bama; Frederick Hadru, captain
and asiiitant surgeon; William
Bowou, captain and assistant sur
geon; Richard S. Griswold, Hist
lieutenant and assistaut aurioou:
Goorgo P. Reid, first lioutouaut
and assistant Burgeon.
How Guam was taken
On To Manila.
is tol I in
Infants' and Girls'
SILK AND MUSLIN BONNETS.
A complete range of desirable styles
always on hand.
We are showing some very choice pat
terns of pure wool goods, Imported direct
from the makers, at prices
From $4.tf) to 58.00 each.
R. & G. Corsets
Are undoubtedly the BEST CORSET
MADE. We have them In six different
styles, each one a leader.
Incorporated Under the Laws!
Iof tub Hawaiian Republic.
OKKIOKIIS AND DIUKCTOR3:
Ciiah. M. Cookk, Proslilent.
1. C. Jonkh, Vlco-1'rosltleut
O. H. Cookk, Caahlor.
F. C. Atiikiitox, Assistant Caahlor.
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tomtoy,
J. A. McCnndloM.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
orntli)ii, Trusts, IndlUduals, nnd will
carefully ami promptly attend to all
business connprtcd with banking on-
trusted to 11. Boll nnd nurcliaao Foreign
KxclmiiRo, Ihsuo Letters of Crodlt.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT t
Ordinary nnd Term Dopoilta rocolvod.
nnd Intorost allowed In nccordnuco with
rulos nnd conditions printed In Pass
books, mnlos of which may lo had utxio
Pioneer Bui ding and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1808, $116,803.38
Money loaned on npprovod security.
A Savings Hank for monthly deposit,
llnuses tut lit on tho monthly Install
tnoiit pin II.
KlKlitenuth Sorlos of Stock Is now
Okkici'.iw: T. F. Lansing, rresldontj
H. H. Iloso, Vlco-1'rosidont; C. H. Gray,
Tn-nsnrerj A. V. Oonr, Secretary.
DuiiXTons: T. F. Lansing, H. It. Hose,
A. V. dear, A. W. Koecli, J. Q. Koth
Well, lltturv .Smith, J.J. McLean, J. D.
Holt,!'. 11. Oniy.
For further particulars npply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commorcc rooms.
Olllco Hours: 12:301:31) p. in.
a. S. SOMMA,
O 11 1' II i: V M 15 L O O K.
HftVln? rturni and ilahlUh.i inll . ik.
Eurorn Shavlne Pi r I or, Me-chant tlrnt. orpoilu
J Ju Id llulMInu, I Uh to call the atttrtlnn uf my oli
cuilointri ana new ones Kho;lritu favor u lih
M A. PIXOTO. ,
rorgerly ul Ihe-Unlon Barter Shop.
Joseph "Fernandez, Prop'r
' L(t, f-
SHOULD 111: WITHOUT
A SUPPLY OF
It has heroine vory popular, nnd labolng
used by both sexes. A suru euro for
ilandruir, prlckloy hot, nnd all skin
diseases. Sold by nil drupulns, nnd at
Union ILirbor Shop. Itouioinbor the
trade mark, "tho two fncos." Howare
Tol. 090. Solo Proprietor.
come and see :
W'c arc headquarters for
Just ask to see our CURTAIN LEADER
At $1.2? a pair.
Bedspreads ! Bedspreads t
Honeycomb with Fringe. Honeycomb
without fringe MARSEILLES
SPREADS Readyto-u ear Spreads,
f ro in 1 1 .00 to f6.oo each
Linen, Honeycomb and Turkish. Real
honest goods at honest prices.
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