Inter-Island Steamship Company docks shut down after two years of sporadic strikes; dozens hospitalized in related violence.
Program to encourage more diversified farming among Hawaiian homesteaders begins on Moloka`i with planting 500 acres of Indian corn inter-cropped with pigeon pea.
Controversy begins over the location of a fish cannery in Hilo.
Hawaiian Taro Products, Ltd. plant begins production.
Honolulu Rapid Transit begins trolley service in Honolulu.
Drydock workers strike settled after four months.
$109,660,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai`i; exports total $98,086,000, the first time they dip below imports since 1869.
Filipino workers organize Pineapple Workers Union on Moloka`i and conduct brief successful strike.