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Arsenate for -"Sending
Back Uncertified Bills
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WILL'NOT IECEIVE A
IILL FTWm MESSENER
Said it Most be First'- Presented" to
Sergeant -at- Arms--8ena-
tors Haie Good
wiienjho Senate met this.forenoon,
tneMerkrcxplalned that 8enAte bill 33
had beenrscnt to,ttio House' bat that
thoclcrit ot that body had refused to
, accept' tt. Mr. Kalauokalanl explained
'J tfiaiJjWhen he had heard of this matter
yesterday, J19 had gone to the.deTk of
.the' House and asked htm 'what'' he
meant p)' this kind of action. The clerk
"jhad fr.fj($ttha$ the House was hot In
aVsalpnifhen the'miwisenger of 'the Sen
ate armed 'wl(h the bill; therefore he
could not.accept It. " '
fV' iThcJ mei senger on being asked for a
fi 1 u.sUiimrnt 'regarding the transaction,
(Y'fH&i "I.,went to the House yesterday
V and handed.tlie clerk the bill. He said
' he could not accept It 'because did
.,jI3 pot haniLth'e blil to the sergeant-al-
arms. J asked him If this was the rule
. of the House at the present time and
he answered Jn the affirmative. I stated
that the rules must have been changed
very recently for. up to the present
time, the clerk had received all of the
matters from the Senate that I had
handed Mm. He replied that the rules
now were as ho had Just stated. He
coutd not accept the bill. I then said
I had better take back the bill to the
Senate, The acrgcant-nt-'arms was far
back In the mauka'end of the hall.", ,
This explanation caused the Senators
to laugh heartily. The clerk 6f the
House had evidently taken umbrage at
the. action of the Senate lm sending
back to him various House bills that
had not been properly certified. Ilia
story to- Mr. Kalauokalanl Is noticeably
different from that told by the messen
.Tho bill was finally sent hack to tho
Holme by tho messenger of tho Senate
with Instructions that ho place It In the
hand of the sergcant-at-arras of the
'A communication from tho House
submitting House' bill 31. relating to
the Orcat Seal of the Territory of Ha
waii, and being Identical with the Sen
ate bill on that matter, was read. Tho
bill passed first' reading. Third read
ing was set for Monday.
On motion of Mr. White, the report
and resolution, relating to the pay of
tho stenographer, and adopted yester
day, was brought up for reconsidera
tion and laid on the table. ' v i"-
This motion having carried, Mr..C.
Brown, the chairman of the committee
submitting the report and resolution,
movoj that the services of tho stenog
rapher be dispensed with. This was
seconded by Mr. Carter who suggested
that there was "something" under the
whole thing that had been sprung on
the Senate. However, he was glad that
It had been done as It would give the
Impression on the part of the Senate
of economy in all matters In which it
happened to be' concerned. Tho pro
ceedings of the Senato, said Mr. Carter,
would only cause ridicule, If printed.
He.hopcd that this layltt on the table
of th resolution would b the turning
nolnt and that the Senate would now
get down add do some ..work fur the1
people Instead of wasting the time ill
useloss .bickerings.,' Mr. Carter then
aid that the Senate would not have
got aloug.ns tar'asf U had If It had hot
been for Uie assistance rendered by tho
MV, '.Brown's motion wns declared
lout of order,
Mr. Kaohl Introduced a resolution
to the effect; that all those males who
had been Imprisoned up to the year
1900 and who had beed freed and not
had their civil rights returned to them,
be pardoned and their civil rights re
eurned to them. It was pointed out to
the Senator that the resolution. '.ww
contrary to the flrWUkB eObra
ganlc Act so he wUhdrew It.
Mr. Drown and 'Mr. Kaohl read by
title, bills that they had previously
given notice of,' A nufhftor'of bills
Were read the second time and referred
to various committees.
The Senate adjourned at 11:30
Ef PROBATE ORIST
BUSINESS OF ESTATES IS,?
- MOVING BRISKLY IN COURT
Report' of Bishop Museum on the Oa-
' - lendar for Monday Divorce.--?.
Libels Contiiiue to
Matters In probate set for hearing
Monday before Judge Humphreys are
as follows: Annual accounts In the
estates of A. Manuel, Chris,' Tlteomb
Employees -at ' -Honolulu
iron Works Quit"
Th'is Morning, h
, -TioUilEjWILL BLOW OTEI
Strike Was Hatched in ht Counseh of I
the,. Machinists Umoc--Ultiita-
and A. P. Peterson; Petition M admin
lstrator ln'-estate of 8. Kalakolll; S."
Allnul vs.'Jas. Ashford, order to show
cause; proof or will, In estate of Glral
do J. Roclo; estate of Chang Tal; guar
dianship of Chang Toning et al.; mas
ter's reports :ln estate of John Phillips,
and A. A. Todd; guardianship of Ke
alohakalanl; confirmation of sale In
estate of Plnao; Dlshop Museum report
master's report In estate of D. P. Blsh-
op;rgiiard,lnnibip vt Margaret A-Rob
inson: estate of Qomes Garrido. .
''Pctltlon'for 'the'appolntment of 'J.' A.
Thompson' guardian for James Kooerts
a minor, was filed this morning by
Petition for divorce was filed this
morning by Mary Ferriage agnlmt
Joaquin Karrlage on the ground of non-
support and desertion.
In tho estate of P. F. Madeira, tho
will .as admitted to probate today and
J. F. Itosa appointed administrator
with the ulllannexcd under bond of
In the estate of J". Plnao, sale of prop
erty was confirmed and F. E. Thomp
son allowed feo of $20 as guardian nd
litem. S. K. Kane appeared for tho
In tho estate of P. H. Kuahu, the will
was admitted to probate, and Henry
Maul appointed administrator, bond
Itond of W. O. Smith for 110.000. ,a
trustee unaer me win o juim u
Wood, deceased, was approved.
8ALUTE8 VITH HBR JIB.
A new wrinkle has appeared on the
wator front to worry those who know
ships and their Hvijjs from stem to
stern and from 'keel to truck. The
causo of worrlmenl Is tho way the Aus
trian warship Donau does her saluting.
In firing, with the report of the first
gun, the. Jib on the Donau Is hoisted
and, at tho Bound of the last gun, It Is
' ft was noticed' the first time when
the Governor's secretary went aboard.
Howoer, as tho sail has been hoisted
every tlmo siid'saiutes, this could not
have been tho' reason.
The machinists at the Honolulu Iron
I Works have gone out on a strike. The
numucr oi.inen wnorciusau io go to
work this mornlng'was between tf and
SO. Th'lsUncludes the ontlte machinist
force 'at he Vbrks. 'Employes In: all
ether, departments 'are
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ThA fttrlbn.lfl nn nt (hn.nrilpr of the
illuwallan Codge, Mo. 341, Jternatltinal
Association of Machinists. A. commit'
teo reDresentlne this union, calked
upon Superintendent C. Hedcmann,
at his office Thursday and iire'sent'cd' a
list of lemands.v,,Te committee coti
slsted of Messrs. j Jamlcson, Thos.
Klmb ill and, Wm. Allen. Au'Wtondcd
conference was held lielrfcen these
men and afterwards, the.ofllcers ot the
Iron Works canvassed tl)e subject'earc
filllv Vm(Msv. nn nnauer was?'lv
THE KINAU miflPil
The Wilder jsteaiaks Ktnau pasted
I.tghthouse!pMt, ?o9l' at 12:30 to
day. ' .
THE FSHRLB88 PUPi
it The little new. tow boat Leslie Bald
win arrhed here yesterday, fifteen days
from San Francisco. She came as1 part
of the deck load of the schooner Mct.lfo
Netrun, and when fitted up hero, will
be sent Uf Kahulul which will In fu
ture be her home port.
The little veisefwas vlslted-by many
people yesterdayJMf'.'before she h'ad
been here many hour had been chris
tened the "Fea.tleM' pap." Siie Is
about sixty TfeeVWS" all with a draught
of four feet niul greatly resenvbltsj tho
It has been the general .Impression
that the new boat would b avalUh!)
to handle the shipping ot Kahulul, but
In the opinion ot the wise ones she
will not servo tho purpose on account
ot her draught. 10 Is claimed that she
will have no hold on the watec In, a
sea way and consequently oannoexert
any power, aa If It Is at all rough, her
pitching will keep her wheel out.'of th
water half the time.
The work of putting the Baldwin
bverboard will begin today. Specially
provided' shear legs havo been brought
hero to raise her with, and to take her
off the schooner without damage to
licnjelr or the schooner, wllJl
gooa aeai oi skim, one wet,
machinery or boiler about
i MORE JEN
nuULi i ini iilL '"-"i
ADIf WEK BODilY
Members of the .House
Object to Sense-.';
TI.EY..ARE SUBJECTED TO
4 BY GOVERNMENT ORGAN
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Good Number of Bills Dealt With at
This Morrling's Session Ad
journed Till' Monday
A leading featuro of the House ses
sion this morning was the ,lgorous
railing, down ghen the Advertiser In
itf efforts to hold the legislators up to
ridicule. Deckle) brought up tho mat
ter on question -of prhllegc and the
Advertiser was let 0(f on the warning
that rtritlflon, oHthe offense, would he
to1iM l) the expulsion jt!fti tcpre
stntatlve 'from tho liouse. v ! t
Tho bujlness session opened 'after
om(e) toirjilJeiis'had been made by,
H-Thoclerk read a communication
iadtk cayptess or me senate m rcjniioDi
Id the'rejetuonfnlloiisnlll rio. ltt.
The House then transmiilcd tho com
munication again to the clerk ot-thel
In a'dltlon to "COtLBGE .HILt.8"
subdrb'. we offe'r theVolldwIntclty J
$2,600 Houe and lot, ooxiso at Sea
$2,200 6 Room House, Stable, etc., In
Puuonul. Lot icoxioo
$0,000 7 Room House, vrvant) quarters
,ternry, etc., incatej on rrospeci
St., commanding a masnlliccnt
Ocean V ew.
ipo.ouu u ituuiu r uusc, hug la.iai, avi.ii
dlJIy ltcatfd ncar.Oahu Col fge.
P,' 00 i acre In Kallhl, 5 room cottagr,
stable, servants' liouse, etc., near
Kamtlumclu IV' Road.
$l),"00 7 P(vm Houe nn Beretanla Ave.
Lui to ft. wl. eruus-tlirouKh to
$4,000 Lot tooxico, Kewalo, contal: h
0 cottages. .
$5,000 Vt Acre for.subJIvlslen, ut oft
$.1,000 Lo 110x150 on Kceaumokii St.,
near Wilder Ave.
$2,750 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Petalled Information will br elvenupon
application at our office.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Amendment to Ewn Chnrter,
Petition was filed with Treasurer
Uinslng today by the olllcera of tle
Kn Plantation Company, asking for
nn amendment to the Cwa charter. Tho
amendment Is fur tlio purroso of moro
definitely describing tho powers, re
sponsibilities and liabilities of the di
rectors. " l
The proposed change rests tho elec
tion of olllcera In the board of direc
tors., TheTioard Is elected ny tno
stockholders. This matter was agreed
to at the annual meeting of the stockholders.
Tho funeral of the late Mrs Edward
ffraftcls Ward took place Thursday af
ternoon from St. Clement's chapel. Tho
pall bearers were- I)r Geo. Herbert,
M. W. Gilbert, 0. M.AVhlto, Henry I)a-
Uls, Edgar Halste.11!, Frank Halstead,
h. C, A. Pariah and N, IS. Ucdgo, uov
John Usborne conducted tho sen Ices ut
the thapel and the.Jlov. Macintosh at
tho grae. Tho Inst rites wero attended
by a largo number of frlonils,
TbL. MAIN 0).
"sVBFlitiftli'Mlhi ' ' ,w 'f . s
nilDUCTION SALE OF 'STRAW
HATS AT IWAKAMI'S, HOTEL
fdlly Yesterday, an,anser waa'gjvJ
en to the men refusing all their jnot
Important demands. On receipt of the
reply, at a meeting of their union last
night, the machinists decided to walk
Wh"n seen by a Bulletin reporter this
morning Mr. Heilcmann said that a
formal strike had occurred thls.tnorn-
Ing lor the first time ip ttje thirty years
history I of the Institution. ''lie' said
there was no hard, feelings aroused and
that while he regretted the action of
the mathlnlstB keenly, jefhewas hope
ful 'that they would reconsider their
demands and come to see how It was
utterly Impossible for the company to
concede. The strike Is the outgrowth
of the formation of the machinists'
union n few months ago," said Mr. Ho-
demand. "Wo cannot thlnlMhat any of
our cmplojes can complain of the
treatment they rcceUc. Since moylng
lo tho new sshops, nages In nil dc-
pirtments have been raised an aerage
of 10 per cent. We ore willing to pa
the highest possible m(q b.uti there Is a
"The strikers hae demanded that
tho companyvmust employ only ma
chinists who(beIong'tq their union, and
that we rccognlie their union and'trent
through It instead of dlrectly'Wlth the
men. We will not bind ourselves to
do this and cannot nllow the constitu
tion !nnd In. laws of their order to-'gov
ern our relations with machinists! Ther
also want to fix tho minimum 'rail-' of
wages and the average rate. Whey
leave s no liberty except the liberty
of raising their pay. We'have raised
wagesduring the past raontn uut can
not go higher, We "aim to pay one dol
lar more per day of nine, hours than
Is paid for the same class of labor on
tho Coast for a day of torn hours. We
recognize the cost of living Is high in
Honol nit and arc liberal with our men
for that reason. We make discrimina
tion In wagis according to ability nnd
cannot allow the union to tako away
"The men ask too that all disagree
ments l)p refcrrcl 0 an arbitration
com(rTlf(ee, and dn$nd an elgbtihour
day on all government work. We told
them we would try to comply with this
demand but tnnt the government makes
Its own rules. They also,dcmand that
men laid off In ,f lack tlmos, he given
the first chance t'o reaumo work. This
Is n custom wo liavo always followed.
"Wo havo asked the men to roion
sller their demands at thc)r next meet
ing and I believe the matteriwlll bo
The president of the Machinists' As
sociation was seen by n Bulletin re
porter and asked for a statement ot the
laborers' side of tno trouuie.. 111s re
ply was that there Is no plllkla and
that tie machinists are merely jtakjng
a holiday. 4 ,a
"Wo'are preparing to go on a picnic,"
he continued, "but I have no upq for.
the newspapers nnd do not, want my
namo used nnd there Is no story."
"Are tho machinists not out on n
strike?' ho was asked. .
"No." ho replied, "there s no strike,"
"When will you return, to work?"
"In tlin course of human events,"
said tho iircsldont, nnd he turVd on his
heel and walked away.
THE WATERMAN lE-KAIi FOW
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
NO SIGNS OF PEACE
IN PLANS OF'BliTlSfU
Kitchner Sending Reinforcements to
Pull His Troops Out of a
Hole Plague at vv
London, March 8. Whatever 1 nego
tiations ardTiroceedlng In Pretoria
and Mr. Kruger declares that they ran
only be for an armistice the Govern
ment, evidently has 110 Idea of slacken
ing 1 enforcements. Tho War OIHie
Issued a detailed statement last even
ing, of transports that ore to sail for
South Africa, within tho coming week,
with 12,000 troops.
The casualty list reveals tho tact that
two cflUers wero killed nt Llchenberg
on March 3d. Lord Kitchener's tele
gram, "Am sending reinforcements,!'
was dated March 6th. Evlilnntl). there
fore, the fighting continued for tome
days, and further adylces am awaited
According to the Dally Mall's des
patches. General De Wet and Mr. Stcyn
havo separated, the fortrier being at
Petcrnberg. west Of Bloemfonteln, and
the letter at-BmiUiflpld.
" Thi progress tho bubonic plague
causes deep anxiety and apprehension
In Cape Town. nTllo Capo Government
has decided to remove the people from
one-third of tho -city area, and to
cleanse It. Every precaution will In
taken, should the dtscaBo spread to the
The Amsterdam correspondent ot the
Dally Mall, sayB that Mr. Kruger is In
formed that Mr. F. W. Kelts, former
State Secretary of tho Trnnsvnal, Is
suffering from aberration of the mind.
The Tlmra understands lhat the re
mainder ot tho war loan will be Issued
In Consols, the Government having al
ready Issued as much In short-term
loans nnd bonds ns It Is likely to obtain
from the proceeds of a Transvaal loan.
Lord Roberts, presiding today, at a
mpetlng of th tArmy Temperance So
rlotv. contrasted tho moderation of
the British soldiers In South Africa,
with previous campaigns. He mid that
It was true that they had not had many
opportunities, , .but, at Bloemfonteln.
Johannesburg nnd Pretoria, where they
did hnvo much opportunity, they wero
remarkably well behaved, and ho had
never heard n single complaint of n
Senate, as he had neglected to attach
his official title as clerk, --VJ
Ewallko ot the Committee on Mill-
I tary fenBered'fhelr,, report relative to
mo imiiauun ui iipjuiuui. avinm iu at
tend thofdrlll tonlffhUTho committee
favored ttfo acceptance oMhe Invitation
and the" report was1 adopted.
A running debate took place on the
report on House bills Nos. 21 and 22.
The committee. report on House bill
No. 2f which wasa substttutejhlll, was
adopted. House bill No. !?&& re
ceived to be considered with the re
port and substitute bill No. 21.
nobertsoirTntroduced an act to pr
vent the ksuctlon of food Ashes.
Read by title first time and passed Its
House hill No. 25, an act providing
for Judgments by default In suits upon
contracts before District Magistrates,
was reported upon by tho Committee
on Judiciary with several amendments
with recommendation that It pass. Re'
port tabled to be considered with the
Becklcy arose to a question of privi
lege to give tho Advertiser a hauling
over tho coals for n lengthy article
which appeared In that journal this
morning occupying the front page
Berkley read tho article, la true l.ewls
Morrison stylo, saving that tho article
was a damnable lie, and that the re
porter of that paper was on the floor of
thotiHouei!,, by courtesy of tho mem
bers, and the chair, and thaUlt was a
slur upon every member ot tho House
Heathen quoted from various passages
of tho article, ono in particular In
which he was compared to the charac
ter of "Dick Deadeye'Mn tho opera of
"Pinafore." Mr. Beckley was very
mucn offended by the article and ap
pealed to tho chair for future protec
Several members then took tho floor
and In no unmeasured terms stated
their views relatlvo to such newspiiier
attacks uponttho Individual members
of tho House.
Mossman called tho nttentlon ot the
chair to a passago In tho Organic Act,
and sn!d that further publication of
such nrtlcles would mean the expulsion
of tlia. press from tho floor.
Makekau nrnse nnd hired his views
upon tho'nrtlclo In question nnd want-
cd the reporter of tho Advertiser ad
judge I guilty of contempt and sent to
the reef for thirty dnys as provided for
In the Organic-Act. ;1 v
to the holding up for ridicule the indi
vidual members of the House. ,
; Mouse bill No 23 was up for second'
reading by title "to ndopt a flog for tho
Tcnltory of Hawal" Referred to
Committee on Judiciary. ' .
H6uso bill No. J9 .relating to'tortago
anl dray tax, was referred tb the Com
mittee on Tnxatlon.
House bill No. 31, an act entitled to
provide for and lo regulate the sending
of vouth to the Mainland or abroad to
bo educated. Referred to the Commit
tee un j.uutuiiuii.
House, bill No. 30, an act to miti
gate the evils and diseases arising from
prostitution. Referred to Committee
on Public Health.
House bill No. 32, amending certain
sections of the Penal Laws, read a sec
ond time and referred to Committee on
" Homo bill No. 33 "(or suppression of
vice." was read for second time and
referred to Committee on Public Health
and Education. House bill No. 8" re
lating to attending schools," was up
for second reading No action.
Adjourned until 9 o'clock Monday
MI88 R0BERT8 IN COJ1EDY.
Those who jlslted the Opera?1 House
last evening to witness MIbs Roberts
In the comedy of "A Suit of Sable" cer
tainly had no complaint about not get
ting their money'B worth. The play In
the first act was magnificently staged,
and from the time the curtain went up
until the close of the performance.
everything went off with snap and vig
The comedy Is an excellent one hav
ing been written by Charlotte Thomp
son for Miss Roberts; and permits that
lady to display her remarkable versa
Mr. Henderson, who carried out the
part of Jack vVllloughby, did some
splendid acting, while In Montalneias
Dorothea's father he ably sustained the
part assigned to him. Hiss Stella Ro-
zeta' who played the original MdU
Cllquot, the vaudeville dancer and dciu
blc of Dorothea, presented an Interest'
lng scene In her dressing rooms. .As
Aunt MntlMn Mica fTnwi nrrletl nut
tho part with martonly dignity (and
Rooke Estate Lands Un
der Hammer at Alio
ONE PIECE ALONE
BRINGS IN $85,5M
HoteJ apd Union Street Corner Sold to
Armilage for $22,400 One ,
Large Piece With
Lawyer J. A. Magoon
Ships as aSailor
Several days the steamer Kauai ar
rived here wjth lawver . A. Magoon
as a member of her crew. Under the
law sho Is not allowed to tarry pis
sengcrs, nnd so, when the lawver who
went to Kauai cm another boat on busi
ness wanted to coma back In a hurry,
ho found that the steamer he relied
on catching coutd not tako him ns a
Tho attorney's knowledge of lnw.
however, ovcrcamo this dlfllculty nnd
so he shipped as a sailor. To carry out
the letter of the law the captain of the
steamer mado the lawver sailor turn to
and help with tho boat falls and other
things about tho deck. Then taking
pity on him, llw skipper rigged up a
llttlo Jury mast forward and set his
new man at work on It.-
COMPETITIVE DRILL TONIGHT.
Things will be lively nround.the drill
shed tonight, for Companies F O C
and Ii will be nt their best when they
fall In line at 7 o'clock for the annual
It le expected that four companies
will compete In which case three cash
prizes aggregating $150 nnd tho trophy
gun will bo contested for. If only thrco
companies enter the drill there will
only be two ensh prizes $160 and tho
Tho company securing tho trophy
gun must hold It for three consecutlvo
Beckley.'fwho appealed to the chair
ns tho Injured party In tho publication
of tho article, did not desire to have tho
reported expelled from the House, but
soldlor being rudo or Improperly !o- Utinply to bo reprimanded by tho
hnvod toword Uoer women. Tho latter
and their children went fcnilessly upon
the streets; the children played and
talkei' wdth, tho British soldiers.
.YMTERNITV HOME LUAU.
The fair and limit at the Kaplolanl
Maternity Homo Iibb begun under most
favorable clrciimstancea and crowds of
people aro thronging UJ.tho place Tho
Senators aud Representatives will at
tend this nfternoou, . At 8 o'clock,
dancing will begin nnd at 10 o'clock,
the festivities will end. Those who
hnve nlrcady been out to tho Home, say
tho alTalr Is nn Immense success.
"What nn outspoken girl Miss Pow
"Yes; sho's already nskeil nur now
clcrgvmnn If sho can't bo his second
Avlett seconded the motion ot Make
kau which was In substance to fire tha
Advertiser reporter bodily. Thb re
marks of Aylett caused a whole lot of
fun, among sumo of tho members when
he referred to the expression ''Dick
Deadovc" In the article whom be char
acterlted as tho one eyed man W'l'lna'
fore" famo, and thought lhat the Houmv
khould punish tho press for such viola
tions of lespect nnd decency o 'ho
Home nnd tho chair
Tho Becklcy statement was then tak
en up to tho Speaker, who st.itod that
bis attention was called a week ago
to a stntnment In tho same paper when
tho chair went to tho Advertiser oftVe
personally and requested them not to
mako statements of this kind The
cluilr then took action In the Ilecklcy
affair nnd warned not only tho Adver
tiser but tho piess In general relative
WiVi-iAsihHMilrMf' T" ii-A. . ..- jkj iibo '
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Do not overlook your footwear
to match your costume. " They are Beau
ties," and a Rood large assortment to nuke
your selection fr01"- Do not 'tl tlle ffe',s
of jour costume be spoiled by a pair of
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The event of tho day In real estate
circles was the sale of valuable proper
ty belonging to Jtlic C. K. C. Rooke es
tate at tho auction rooms of Jns. F.
Morgan. "When the 12 o'clock whistles
blew, there was a great trowd In the
rooms. From estimates made by ono
who Is well acquainted with the finan
cial standing of the various Interests of
the city, there was In the neighborhood
of $20,000,000 .of capital represented.
Among those present at the sale
were the following: C.Hcdemann,
Judge Humphreys. Bruce Cartwrlght,
Harry Armltagc, It. W. Shingle, Henry
Wnterhouse, A. W, Carter, F. M. Swan
sy. W. F. Allen, E. A.Mott-Smltb,
Ifarold Mott-SmlthCocll Brown, J. F.
Colburn. Prince David KSwananakoa,
W. C. Weedon. C. 8. Dcsky, A. Cj Love
kin. AVlllard Brown. J. A. Magoon. J.
Mcndonca, 8. feDsmon, T. R.. Walker,
yVfi Hall. II. M. Jlow, J. H. Fisher,
?' 'v J.Klflgf M. Pond, J Dowsett, Fred
lacfarlSne.VLorr) 13ce. F. A. Schaefer,
"O. R.;frter, J. M. Monsarrat and Q.
Previous, to the sale of the Rooke
property, Mr. Morgan sold the leases
ot tho Brcnlg block on Nuuanu street
and n number of small lots on Nuuanu, ,
Queen ami Ma'raae streets as follows:
Brcrilg block Frontage on Queen
and Nuuanu streets. Rental to begin
from June 1, 1100, at upset monthly
rental of $125 per month. The apse I
price was forthcoming at once but tho
flgur's soon rose by Jumps of Ave dol
lars until the lease was knocked down
to Hnrry llvans for the sum of $175.
Iot 1 Frontage of over 27 feet on
Quoeu street. Upset rental or $35 per
month. Sold to Chong Wal ut $35.
Lot 3 Frontage on Nuuanu street.
Upset rental of $25. Privilege of Lot
4. Both lots sold to Yong Ah Nin 'at
$40 rcrtnl per month, apiece.
Lot 7, with privilege of lots C and
8 Upset rental of $25 per month. This
salo was the most exciting of the lot.
P. II. Burnetto was pitted against F. MI
Swanzy nnd the bids were run-up' to
$112 50 and then knocked, down to the
LotB G and I
month. Sold to S wXedcrer for
$57.50 apiece. "?f fcj, r , -j.
Lot 8 Upset renin! of $25 per month.
Sold to Honolulu Iron Works (C. He
dcmann) or $77.50. i
Lot B of tho Rooke property-wa
next put under tho hammer. This piece
ot properly, Is at the Junction, ot Union
and Hotel Btrccts, next to King Bros.'
art store., It has a frontago of 89.9 feet
on Union street, 14 0 feet on ilotel
street, 82 feet rear boundary, 70.2 test
depth and contains an am ot 3284 v
squnro feet. i
Tho upset price was $15,000 this did '
not last long. Judge Humphreys and
Hnrry Armltoge wcrq the bidders. The
former stopped bidding at $22,400 and
tho lot was knocked down to Mr. Art
Lot Ajproperty between Hotel and .y
Beretanla streets, having a frontago Of? X'Wt
10S fcot on Fort street, 171 feeVjun--4
nlng through to Union street, 184 3 feet
on Union street and containing 28,021
squaro feet, was put under the hammer
at the upset price, of $85,000. No ono ,
vyould'hld at this price, Henry Water- fi
lioiuo wanted to mako n start nt $00,
000 but Mr, Morgan smiled, saying he
already had a $75 000 bid. The price
was Anally roilucedHo $80,000 nnd, no
ono bidding. It was placed at $75,000
and started,,, 'C, Walters bid $76,000
but no ono' seemed anxious to raise
him. After about flvo minutes, the bid
ding was talcen up again nnd C. S.'Dea
Ky bid $77,000. The bidding then con
tinued to $80,500 when It was knockoly'
down to Mr. Wolters. ,i 4f
Tho Balo of tho property at the cor- i
ner ot Nuuanu and Beretanla streets,
formerly used by tho kindergartens,
was withdrawn, no ono caring to bid ,
at tha upset price of $95,000. v
then knocked, down to the
I 5 Upset jenfal of '$25 pet
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