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Territorial Legislature enacts "Hawaii's Bill of Rights" to insure the same treatment from Congress given to states.

Hawaii's population reaches 299,507.

U.S. Marine Corps moves into Pearl Harbor barracks.

Thrum's Annual notes, "Illicit distilling and booze selling has been notoriously flagrant despite the effort of the federal 'dry squad' to bring it under control."

First Nu`uanu Pali fatality in modern times claims the life of John Andrew of the U.S. ship Seagull when he loses his balance in a sudden squall and falls a total of 1,000 feet.

Palama Settlement's new home site is dedicated.


Gigantic counterfeiting plot unearthed and authorities seize $300,000 in bogus currency plus a press and engraved plates.

Built expressly for Inter-Island Steamship Navigation Company, Haleakala inaugerates its inter-island service with a trip to Hilo.

Chamber of Commerce of the Territory of Hawai'i forms.

$63,955,000 worth of goods arrive in Hawai'i from the United States. Total imports come to $75,106,000 while exports are $102,667,000.

Philippine government appoints Cayetano Ligot resident labor commissioner in Hawai`i to look after Filipino workers’ interests.


Dr. Nils P. Larsen selected as first Medical Director at Queen's Hospital.

Alexander Wetmore discovers the Nihoa Millerbird, one of the last endemic birds to be found in the Hawaiian Islands.

The legislature designates the pua aloalo, or hibiscus, as the flower emblem of Hawai'i.

Architect Hart Wood completes his First Church of Christ Scientist structure.

Cornerstone laid for new Central Union Church at Beretania and Punahou Streets.


The Cotton Club opens in Harlem.

Edwin Hubble discovers the Andromeda galaxy.

First issue of Time magazine appears.

Kahlil Gibran publishes The Prophet.


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