H. Hackfeld starts the company that later becomes American Factors Group (Amfac).
Beef first exported from the Islands.
H. Hackfeld Department Store - predecessor of Liberty House - opens in Honolulu.
Chun Afong arrives in Honolulu to work in his uncle's store. He later establishes Afong & Ahchuck.
Islands export 653,820 pounds of sugar and 41,235 gallons of molasses.
$730,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i; exports total $161,000.
Valdemar Knudsen, son of a president of Norway and future sugar planter, arrived in Hawaii.