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lplJts('l t " 'lfl- -rtyr' l!UiWHT r yi w jniw I' EVEN1W1 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H T TUK3DAY, MARCH 4. 1902 y p WANTS SITUATIONS WANTHD. Situation nnd Help Wanted WANTED Position by man now traveling dry Roods and hits in Island trnde, similar position or will consider another line, Rood causa for desiring chmge refer ences. Address, Drummer Ilulletln office. 2080 lw WANTED Situation as inald or seam stress In prlate famll by an Eng lish girl Address M S,thl3 office 2077 lw WANTED Position to do general housework on caro for children Ad ilresfl Girl, this office 2075 lw WANTED loung man winls work of any Kind, experienced waiter nnd porter I A J this office 2U71 lw Ads In this column will be inserted Per line, one Insertion 15c Per line, two Insertions 25c Per line, one week 30c Per line, two weeks 40c Per line, one month . 60c This is the cheapest advertising ever offered the people of Honolulu. SPECIAL NOTICES. LET US DO vour bookeeplng and make r ur ollcctlons Satisfaction Kiiarawnd Uonds given as sieur lt C E MOORE & CO, 10 Mi 111 tjrellkKk -"- -w SPECIAL NOTICE llouds furnished to any amount ltir the man holding position ns guardian postoflko olll clal or an) oilier position of trust Honolulu Investment Co 2011 tt NOTICE TO OUILDERS Tho Union Express Co has WHITE SAND FOR SA1.B 1643 't VV ANTED I WANTbD live or six room eottnge with bith In good locality Addreis T H . Ilulletln office jimilw WANTED Ever) body to know tint tho Canton Marino Insurance Co office Is at Honolulu Investment Co 2070 tf WANTED S'lO men to shave for loc Jeff's, 43 King St, five white bar bum. JOlltf TO LET. TO RENT 1 iirnlshed cottage i looms Union St Apply ut II l I niou St 2o8o lw TO LET Six loom cottage oi l'oit and School Apply next door on Fort 2'iSI lw TO LET 'i loom Jstor) house in minutes' walk from P O , bath etc Two roomed cottage on premises, cool pleasant Ioca!lt Address II tkls office 2U8J lw 'lO LET One largo double room, ul so one single room, good location on car line near 'Ibomas Squnc II Iluiietln office 20M lvv FOR RENT Suite of looms over Uakhliirftcin Mercantile Co $2j pi r mouth, possession March 1st Ap ply A Harrison Mill Co, Ltd or Fled L Waldion loom i Spree l.els block JU81 lvv TO LET Flvo loom eottnge off Wnl kikl load between Hopkins and Bishop switch Immediate posses slon. Apply Hawn Trnmvvn)s of flee. Puliation 20G1 tf 'lO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin glo or en suite, first class table board, hot and cold water electric lights, etc 1270 Reretanla St I 2058 tf I BUSINESS ATTORNEYS. P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney, Notary Public; marriage licenses Room 11, Magoon Uldg F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9 10, Spreckels bldg ; Tel. Main 344. CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa humanu St ; Tel. 181 Main J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at Law, 109 Kaahumanu St. tiARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at. law, Knnhumanu ht. BROKERS. E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker, loom 4. Spreckels bldg BICYCLE REPAIRING. C A. COWAN 1180 Union St, opp. Pacific Club, sundries, etc. BUILDERS. Mcdonald & langston contract. ors and nullders, 118 Union St. N. X. OTSUKA Continctor and build it. carpenters and masons, excavat ing, filling and curbing, stone nnd brick, ballasting und cement walks, Room 4, Arlington Hotel, Tel Main, 37J. '. 1 CLOTHh.G. I THE KASH CO, LTD. Two stores. 23 27 Hotel St and cor. Fort & Hotel CARRIAGES. PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO. FIno carriages wagons, harness and whips, Ileretnnln near Tort St. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ELKS BUILDING, 01fi Miller Street CONVEYANCING. CONVEYANCING Chaiges reason able Room 10 MclntjieV lllntk DENTISTS. dr. ALBERT E. NICHt.S Dentist 1151 Alakea St , office hours, 9 to 4 DR. DERBY rort and Hotel Sts , gas administered, painless extracting DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 1 Mott Smith hide : hours 8 n m to 4 p m R Send the weekly edition of the Qui-1 Send the weekly edition of the Bui IE 1, tin a vour friends. Only $1 a year.' letln to your friends. Only 1 a year. 1-H2LI WANTI2D. will be (tiHcrtcd FREE. SALESMEN WANTED To sell our goods by sample to wholesale nnd retail trade, we nro tho largest nnd only manufacturers In our lino In the. world, liberal salary paid Address CnnDex Mfg Co, HutTnlo, N. V 2071 3w WANTED German girl to do general household work and caro for cull dren Mary, Uullctln office. 2002 TO LET. TO LET Furnished front room for one or two gentlemen, breakfast If disiitil "u Mnejard J0S4 lw TO LET Newly furnished nlry suite, , table board Is desired 144 Ileretaniu Ave 2073 It TO LET Cottages off thool St. nr. Nuuanu, (15 and $17 On Insnno Asylum road, $12 50 and C GO. P. K. It. Strnuch, 32 Campbell block, 310 Tort t. 2051-2m TO LET Cottage, Cottago drove, King St. Enquire No 8 cottago. I 2074 tf TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither hot or cold water anu nil modern Improvements, 'nil at Silent Bar ber Shop. 2013 tf FOR RENT Cottage on South St , six rooms modern Improvements $17 'in Honolulu Investment Co ludd HUlg 20,. ii TO LET Furnished rooms at McConncl's Garden line. Mrs J035tf FOR LEASE. FOR LEASE Two story house 12 looms I tilon street Possession given piil 1st Applj 1151 I'n'on St JOS'ilw ROI-2 SALE. FOR SALE A lid) n Columbia blcj ill In hood condition KInau third house fiom Ahpnl J0S3 lvv FOR SALE Cheap, furniture Tor sev en room house In lots to suit linv lug cltj , no tensonahle offer refits cd Call thlld house from Alap.il on KInau 2081 tf . i FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow. Just calved Apply to Lewis i Co 2078 tf FOR SALE Ver) old tnpa quilt, also I vciy old calablshes some unpollsh ed Address 7. , this office 4s tf FOR SALE Horsoand phaeton, horso gcntla, good under saddle, phaeton almost new. K C I), Ilulletln. I 202D tf FOR SALE Coral rock for tilling. Ad dress It. M. Duncan, at Ilulletln of flco. 1991 tf ROOM AND BOARD. THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St; newly furnished rooms, mosquito proof; terms reatnnhle 1930 tf LOST LOST Many thousands of dollarn through neglecting to havo stock sufficiently Insured Honolulu In vestment Co represent tour of tho strongest fire Insuranco comptnles 2031 tf FOUND. FOUND Insuranco against the break age of plate glass at The Honolulu Investment Co 2051 tf DIRECTORY ENGRAVERS. W. BEAKBANE Cam engraving and stamping; room 2. i-..ie bldg ENGINEERS. E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and electrical engineer; office, 1313 Wil der Ave ; Tel 3441 Ulue EXPRESS. 'MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY I Ilethel St opp Waverlcj blU , Tel ' C21 Blue, pkgs called lor and del'd iC. A. SCHMIEDTE Higgngo express and drajage Tel Whlto 921 TRATERNAL. IDAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young , Men's Institute, meets every Becond I and fourth Wednesday In tho month. GROCERIES. IHAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281 I Fort St , near Kukul Groceries, Fruits and Tobaccos , E. GOEAS Ileretanla near Emma St ; Tel 2312 Illuo. S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter & Walty; 712 Tort St, Orphoum blk , Tel 081 niuo HORSE-SHOEING. CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W McDon aid. Fort St . opp Club Stables HARNESS AND SADDLERY. MANFG. HA'RNESS CO. Corner Fort and King Sts , Tel Main J2C. P. O box 322 CALIFORNIA HARNE3S SHOP Fort i St opp Club Stables. P O box 791 JEWELER. .ITHOS. LINDSAY Mfg jeweler nnd witchmaKor; B3U nin at; covo bldr latest In novelties LIQUORS. PRIMO BEER 1 nt tho PWTHEON SALOON MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL VICE Union JG1 Main MESSENGER St nr Hotel ; SER-Tol Adtt. MUSIC. ANNIB MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal Instructor, ' Mlgnon, 1024 Heroin nin St ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB Music furnished, Mctropolo Ho tel loom 12, Alakea St. ' E. K. KAAI Teacher of Btrlng Instru ments. studio, l.oo bldg. Tort St. MILLINERY. HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston bldg, Tel 264 Main. MRS HANNA Fort St.. next to Love bid?; (holco line of new millinery, trimmings, etc., agent for llutterlck patterns MANUFACTURERS. BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hep Atnc i Ic in Mnnf s Room 8 Progress 'ilk., Tel Main 131 PHYSICIANS. DR. SLOGGETT Kc, nar, Noso nnd Thoat: office at Rye nnd Ear Infirm nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 n, in. to 4 p. m DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Dyo. Ear, Noso nnd Throat only; office Alakea St . lately occupied by Dr. Murray; office hours 9 a. in. to 4 p in. KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM. -520 llerctanla Ave.; Tel. IIluo 3551. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE Rcretnnln Ave.: Tel Dine 821. 248 PLUMBING. ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers and Tinsmiths All kinds of sinl tnry work 8ewcr connections n! npedolty Cnnrges to suit the lime Corner Miller and Punchbowl PAINTER AND PAPERHANOER. V. H. POULSEN minting nnd paper hanging; Territory Stables, King St. REAL ESTAlE. JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots nnJ residences for sale, 307 Stangen wnld bldg; Tel. 223 Main. M. G. SILVA Agent for renl estate nlso to grant mnrrlago licenses: 58 Merchant St ; Tel. Main 115. SALOONb. PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept right Trj it. ,U tno PANTIIEt SALOON STENOGRAPHERS. AMY LENNON Stenography t rewriting; 13 Kaahumanu St. nnd STRAW HATS. E. MORIKUCHI i4 Hotel St. nr Nil unnu Felt, straw, panama hats TAILORS. ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd ro pairing. Rlks bldg. 01G Miller St. CROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring and repairing, Union, near Hotel St. WATCHMAKERS. J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd ohronometer mnkpr: 79 Meirchant St. Waialua Beach Hotel A. WENNER, Manager. Now Open for Business. Fin est of Accommodation. Finest of Bathing. Be Sur to Get Off at Waialua Station. RATES $2.50 per day, Special Rates by Week or Month. For fuithcr Information ad dress HALEIWA POSTOFFICE Beaver Lunch Rooms 'opt St,t bet. Queen unci Mcrchunt Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served. Kveijtlilng first class Completo line Key West and Domestic Cigars alnayi on hand. H. J. NOLTE, Proprielor. THEMONEXPEESSOO Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVED Drays Tor Freight and Lumber Our representative Tnets all Incom lug steamers from tho Coast, and wi check baggngo on all outgoing steam r. White and Black Sand For Sale Offico with Evening Bulletin, 211 King street Tel 80. IN. URSEN, M7'r. O B3 L- VJ E3 LIVERY BOARDING and SALES STABLES, : : : 518 fort streei Btablo 'Phone, 109 Main. Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and C. H. BELLINA. 72 French Laundry 505, Corner of Heretanli Av e. and I'umh bow I St. All Work Done Dy Hand, Lice Curtains, SHU imt f ilove Cle inlng a spethlty. A11AUIE CO. Madame A. Scliocllkopf, FROM PARIS. WILL TEACH FRENCH n classes or private lessons. Residence Extension of Hotel 8t ipp. Adventlst Church. Postage on the Bulletin's special In dustriJl edition is three cents to till parts of the States. PRINCE HENRY 13 GIVI IN ROUSING WELCOME BY AMERICAN PEOPLE IV. ti&mF i "K.sk:Tsir;U'Wl '.- UM .iiiiiiiHir .. """iBliiAiiiiDv .?rfliiiiiiiiiiiiiH . HMkll , ... PRINCE HENRY NOW VISITING THE UNITED STATES. f.4.f4.t4-t4 -t-r"ftttrtt--r-t-rt't-Ttt4-f- New York Feb 23 The Kronpilni- Fiank r nvans Mel, and Ciptvtn Wllhelm, with Prince Hcnrj of Pros j Iteljeur Puschwltz, tlw navul attache sl.i on hoard vvl arrive off Sands Hook at 10 o clock this (Sundav) moraine Ihci steamer was sighted at 1 o'clock this morning off Nantucket lightship 'I he Hi laid iccclvcd the following vvlicleas message fiom Pilnce Heniv s::::::u:::m::::::nnn:i::tn :i 'On board Kronpiluz Wllhelm, off Nantucket n ' Compliments to Theodore ?! :: Roosevelt, und hope this finds it tt him well Soirv to have been Uelcliveil but head winds nnd:: :: hcavv i-cns prevented even this:. line ship leaching purt on sclu- dole time '5 tt PHlNCLimNKYOF PHI SSIA tt K:::::::::::::::::5:K::::n:i:::::n:::K: Just b fore nightfall Admiral Kvans' ships the Illinois. 01 imil-i. Clnclnintl ud San Francisco, which had been 1,- 'lug at anchor off Tompk.nsvl.le all ilav awaiting the uirlval of Prime llrnr weie enveloped In i snow . . ...It .!., iil.aillin.l till. I. t 111,. (if lIlU CiJiiUII iii.il. vu-i-..ii.i, lowei ba vvldch tlu had been vvntch lug since dabicak . U that hour the storm which hml I.. - ... ..I.... nil .Inl III, 1 rtrttlt il III f III u.eii liiftint, an i, ...., v w The wind blew ut the late of flftj miles i .n -!.. i. . o.... D,,., "." 1:0'!', " ll, iV I, v o lc, u' started in which Incensed In Molimo evci) minute I As elurkniss came on the holldaj ileeoiallons which had been il)lng ull ilnv frnm the masthead of the war ships wcio hauled down and a little lat - er nothing eouicl ue seen in ino neci, but the twinkling lights that came Horn the poi tholes The day has been one of gloom In tho vlclnil) of the iiian-of-wai anchoinge. notwithstand ing the hunting flapping gii)l) In the vvliiil Haicll) a single vcsfeil had pass ed tho squidrou dining the ilu uulug to the tempestuous vveatlui ROOSEVELT MESSAGE Washington Feb .') To tt Pilnce Hum h message of gleet- ft !! ing sent from the Kionpiluz Wll it helm off .Nantucket the Pietl dent leplhcl St 'While House Feb il -Pilnce t: Ilenr) of Prussia the llohenzul JI :: lei 11 New York Cltj Auept ill) t! !H lll'Ultlt&l Kl C'l'tlUKB I'll JIM .: ei linn people 1 will sic ) K henitlist gieetlngs on )om t-uto J! fur )oui :: the Am H people 1 will sic )ou mid il look forwaiel to meeting )ou pel- :: U humill) tomoiiow 11 "IHEODOUE ROOSEVELT tmnjy:;::::::'.::::i::nnm::t:::::::m:::::: GREETING 0FNEW YORK N'evv Yorl Feb L'3 Pilmc Heniv of Piussla irpicsrutatlic of ills lunthei the Empeior of fiiimaiiv at the hiuiiihlug of thei hitters Amcrliiiu built at lit , iiached New toik todu) unci was toidlall) welcomed as a gtteHi of the Nation I he laud hitte lies that guaiil the uutei lim liui houudtd tha III Bt greeting In a poudeioiiH h.ilute of twint) one guns, the ilflcs of a special nival Mimidioii nsscmhled In his honor ie-clioeil the heutlnie-nt theie went leihnl gieotlngH fiom the lepresenta tlves of Piesldent Roosevelt the Ami) tin Nav) and the cltv of New oilt mil u gteat ennvd lined the vvuv Into the ell) to sec mid cheei the bailor Pi luce of German) lieu Admit al Itoblt) 1) Evnns com uinndei of tho special squadiou nnd huniirai) aid to the Prince lift the llngHhlp .Illinois at 9 40 o'cloek 111 the naval tug Nina With him were Cup tain Converse his chief of staff, 1 lag Lieutenant Frederick Chapln, Ensign ni me vviisniiiiicu.i Kmb.issv of ..ue fleimau Government Thej were in In full dress uniform The Nlm met the Kronprlnz hevond Fort W.ulsworth nin! falling around on the starhou 1 hii'i of the liner steamed up the hav Pilnce Hentv attired In the mil form ol ,iu Admli.ll of the German navj ard surrounded by his naval and nillltai) jtaif In brillnnt uniform, stuod on tha bildge of the liner. s the two vesfels with a llotlllv oi tugs and official craft moved In inst Fort Wadsvvnrth the Ilrst of the h.i- lutes of twentv-one guns was fired As the (list gun sounded the Pilnce ail vnticcd to the end of the bildge of tho Kmnpilnz Wllhelm nnd stood nt at- tuition As he passed the big Amerl- can iiag noating ovei the fortiticatiom He ijl-J Uta cap In salutes and the '"""hers of his sul .11.1 ltUclse The "m "if jarkMntT of the Kronprlnz WI llhrtm ., . Ume, and t ho (lerman ' """" " ""; , 'Mlrtl lilt' Oltir ni'UIIKiru i,4iii(t-i rhe guns of Fort Wndsvvorth were nut Ull.nl intnri. el,,. mrnu lint Vitrnmi lat Foit Hamilton boomed out theti ' salute I When that ceremnnv was ovei the ,, .,, ,,,, ,i ,, """" "hi- . hauled mound to hci pint side and AI '"" Kn ''"' '"H "tuff hoarded hci ,,,,, wire Katliutl, on tha ,.',,, ,, , ,,,... main deck and there was a heart) chee r ns the Admiral gangway i .iiiii' up the ' Prince's First Greeting. Admiral F.vuns was escorted forward nt once, nnd In the qunttcrs of Captain A. Ittchte r mastei of tho Kronprlnz, he and the Pilnce met. Iho Prlnco came . Vii. ADMIRAL EVANS, WHO 'THHBfciUuiPK.tfV i'l?'eMt J$z(iiBmMyvV$l2iit'i4y!rnBSIR forward, and taking the hand of tho naval olllcer shook It warmly. "I am very glad to see jou, sir,' said tho Admiral ' Everybody In tho LliltcdStates Is watting to welcome vou It Is my plenurc, sir, to formallj greet jou In their behalf.' "1 think vou, sir, and, through u, the people of our country, replied tho Prince 1 am vcrj glad to bo hcie and on this splendid day The Ilm peior directed me to convey his com pliments to )ou. Admiral, and I do so with veij great pleasure" Admlril Hvans cxpiesscd gtntlflca tlon nt the thoiiglitfulness of the Em peror lie presented tnc inemners oi his staff, and the Prince gave each a hearty handshake and a cordial word. The newspaper correspondents who are to nccompiny the Prince In his tout through the country were also In Moduced h) the Admiral. Tho Prince, who was In excellent spirits, smiled when he heed the newspiper writers, aid aftei tho formal part of the prca- eutitlou sild he was "quite sure that their lehtlont, would he cr lnpp) The Ilrst of tho largo crowds wai met at the llatteo , and from there on up to Recreation Pier, where the larg cit crowd of all had gathered, every pier to which admission was not denied was inrtlv filled The number of river ciaft nlso Inci eased and the welcome was n nolA) one. Reception on Hohenzollern. Prince Hem,v disembarked nt 12 57 p in. at that moment walking down the dicoi.tlcd gingway from the Kron prill? Wllhelm Into the elaborately dec orated pier Hi then passed thlough an ornamental gangway nnd arch to the gangpHnk of the Hohenzollern, which hid been decointed In the (Jcr man colon, and was covered half Its length The Pilnco was met at tho bottom ot the gangplank by Admlinl ton Ilnuillsslu commander of tho Ho henzotlein, and his officers Mean while the haml from the Kronprlnz Wllhelm was plavlug tho German na tlonil air Taking the precedence duo to his tank .ilnee Henry wnlkeel up the plilili. folluived bv the officers of tlie Ilohenrnlleiii Pilnce Heni.v give a dinner tonight on hoard the Imperial yacht Ilohen zollein The guests Included a num her of Anieilrau officials, besides n lew prominent New ork men A Clubhouse Reception. Later Prince Hi'iiry attended n re ceptlon given In his honor 1) the Deutschci Verelu, at the clubhouse of tho organization lie was escorted thlough the streets from the dock where tho Hohcnzollein lies to the clubhouse by Squadiou A of the Na tlonal Guard and attended b) his suit, Hear Admiral von tlaudissln nnd his office s and other guests All tho par t) vvuie In carriages while at tho head of the line mile n detachment ot mounted police lu thu Princes car rlage lode Real Admiral Hvnns and Assistant Senetutv of State Hill At the special request of Pilnce Henn, the club members and their lamlllcs were piosented to him He stood In one ot the looms with the German Embassador on his light and Pre blelent Keppler on Ills left As thg men were presented the Prince bowed and shook hinds with ench of tne women I (JttEMKi AT llll NATIIM CAPITAL Washington Feb 21 Pilnce Hen r)'s prollmlnai) visit to the national capital toda) was not clouded lj the slightest mishap 01 disappointment, the progiam atinnged foi his II) Inn tilp was can led through without upset or hlniliaure, and his mission of foi mil greeting to the official head of the nation accomplished with graceful RECEIVED PRINCE HENRY. cordiality. Under kindly Bkles and with welcoming smiles, AVnshlngton received Its distinguished guest with every mark of ceremonious ctlquetta and popular Interest At tho Baltimore nnd Potomac rail way station the Secretary of State met the Prince's train nnd with tho offle lals of tho District government escorted mm to tho Whlto House to make tho first call on the President, At tho Whlto House, after exchanging greet Ings with tho Chief Executive, Prlnco Henry hnd the opportunity of meeting the members of the Cabinet, with their families nnd numerous other clovcrn meiit officials of nil ranks From that tlmo throughout tho elny the streets between tho German Em hassy, the Capitol nnd tho Whlto House rang with tho clatter of cavalry and flashed with tho laco and accou trements and color of American and (lerman uniforms. Installed at tho German Embassy, ho received tho President's return call, nnd after leaving cards at the various embassies here, lie returned to meet and welcome the members of the for clgn diplomatic corps. Lato In the afternoon a visit was mada to tho Capitol nnd to tho Library of Con gress Tho Prlnco reached the Capl to) at the very height of ono of thu most exciting legislative sessions tho Senate has seen In mnny years, nnd he must have gathered soma vivid Im pressions of tho strcnuousness of American parliamentary life. Tho ceremonies of the day conclud cd with the second rojal state dinner that has over been held In the Whlto House The first was that at which Albert Edward, now King of Orcat Urltnln, was the guest of honor The grent east mom at tho White Houso was converted Into n dining hall, and prominent men in nil brnnches of lib He Bervlce were Invited to exchange greetings with the spnkesmnn of tho German Empnor nnd tho bearer to this countrv of his own and his peo pic's message of friendship nnd good will Prlnco Henry gave expression to night to his deep senBo of appreciation of the splendid reception given to him at the national capital Tills was douo through the medium of nn official very near him who wns nsked to securo from tho Prlnco his Impressions of tho day This wns communicated to Prince Henry, who replied In terms of tho warmest approval foi tho many civ Idenees of official nnd popular good will ho had recelveel slnco Ills arilval. About midnight tho Prince and par t stnrted on the return trip to New York to witness the launch of tho Emperor's yacht Meteor HI. Philadelphia, Feb 25 The special train hearing President Roosevelt and his patty from Wnshlngton to Now York passed through Philadelphia on time this morning Engines weie changed at Ora)s Ferry, on tlio out skirts of the city, whero the train nr rived nt 3 34 The Journey was ro sinned six minutes later. Prince Henrys special, which wai following the President s train is an hour late the engine having broken at Mnhiiolli Md , about eighteen mllei north of Haiti more J Plcrpont Morgan's special from Wnshlngton to New York passed through here at 3 12 o'clock I K. K. Cfl'iu AFFAIRS In the smoking room of tho steam ship America Maru, ns Bho lay at tho channel wharf preparatory to sailing f for San Fianclsco last evening, a llttlo party of prominent Japanese) gentle men discussed business mntters rclnt Ing to the To)o Klsen Knlsha K Ho, who Is on his way to San Finnelsco to manage that end of the steamship company's business was among the number, the others being his father in law, who resides In Honn lulu tho Honolulu manager of the To )o Klsen Katsha and Ills lmp-rliil Jnpanesc Majesty's Vice Consul at this port Mr lto Informed n Bulletin 1 (-porter that ho was going to tho Const to take tho placo of Mr M Shtshashl after having managed tho compnn)'s n (Till is nt Yokohama for two and n half )ears Mr Shlshashl will go to Yokohama In a few weeks to take tho position lett vacant b) Mr lto Mr lto expects to rcmnln In San Frnnclseo foi several )cars. Mr lto will slop over In Honolulu for a few weeks with her father, afterward Joining her husband In San Fianclsco WANTS HAH TRADE San Francisco, Feb 9 The depart lire of tho steamship Meteor last night for Honolulu and other Hnwallan ports vln Seattle and Puget Sound points, mnrks tho beginning of a now ocean fielght seivlce between San Francisco and tho Islands Tho Meteor Is owned hy the Globe Navigation Company nnd Is one of n tilo of fust ficlghtcrs which will here after leave this poit every twenty en)a and compete with tho Spreckels lino und the American Hawaiian Steamship tompnii) for the sugar earr)lng and gcnciul merchandise trade Tho othei vessels no the Tamplco nnd tho Ell icku each of 300ft tons None ot thorn will entry passengers, P V Rochestei, the locnl repicsent ntlvo of thu company said last night "Until wo began operating this line, tho two competing Htenmshlp com pa nles clung to the exorbitant freight rates of $5, with prlmago of 5 per cent though primage has been ohsoleto and forgotten by all other civilized commit nltlcs Our lino has forced down rates to $3 50 on the part of the other com panics which Is n reasonable into We expect to engage heavily In tho su Kir carrying business as well as In genurnl fielghtlng" WpeckotJe of Umatilla Coast. San Francisco, Feb IS A telegram from Poit Toivnsoml )csterdny to thu Merchants Exchange reported tho nr rival of the steamer Tamplco from llo lolulu with tho report that heavy weiithei wis met during tho trip When twent) miles off Umatilla reef thu Tamplro ijbitl through a large n,inu tll) of wieckugo consisting of lumber oiul laths evident!) the deckload e seme vessel Hi . itkjJkLj Jte&xL, ii ujiO. . e.'tifi.'