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1) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Liberty News, Chinese newspaper, publishes 27th anniversary edition
Newspaper: Honolulu Advertiser
Date: 1935-09-09
Page (Column): edit page (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 300106   System ID: 10949


2) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Highway to be built in Cina with Hawaii relief funds
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1930-08-04
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Chinese famine relief committee at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce announced that part of the funds, $42, 637, will be used to build a highway in the province of Shensie to be called the Hawaii Road. It will not provide transportation but will give jobs to many Chinese, according to the report.
Krauss Card No.: 300105   System ID: 10948


3) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Foreigners evacuating Chinese war zones
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1930-06-05
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Consuls advise evacuation of three provinces.
Krauss Card No.: 300104   System ID: 10947


4) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New York correspondent on way home from China sees little hope for peace
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1930-03-27
Page (Column): 8 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He's New York Times correspondent Hallett Abend.
Krauss Card No.: 300103   System ID: 10946


5) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Visiting China resident says the nation making steady progress through chaos
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1930-03-26
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Francis E. Stafford, writer and press photographer, gave his opinions over KGMB.
Krauss Card No.: 300103   System ID: 10945


6) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Civil war in China reported at an end
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1929-11-27
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300102   System ID: 10944


7) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese rebels reported uniting to fight Soviets in Manchuria, civil war halted
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1929-11-25
Page (Column): [no page number given] (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300102   System ID: 10943


8) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Rebel troops now menace Canton
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1929-11-22
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300102   System ID: 10942


9) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: China is facing civil war in 7 provinces
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1929-10-14
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One of the largest conflicts in the nation's history seems impending, says headline.
Krauss Card No.: 300101   System ID: 10941


10) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Fong Inn to open shop on Kalakaua Ave. in Waikiki
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1928-02-24
Page (Column): 9 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 300100 [dc]   System ID: 10940


11) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: C.Q. Yee Hop celebrates 40th anniversary
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-08-18
Page (Column): 7 pages
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 7 pages of stories and photos, history of company.
Krauss Card No.: 300099   System ID: 10939


12) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 10 U.S. warships rush to Hankow
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-04-15
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Yesterday's paper said Russia is aiding the communist revolutionaries. Story on p1 says there is breach in the Nationalist Party.
Krauss Card No.: 300098   System ID: 10938


13) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Kuomintang Party has a thousand members on three islands in Hawaii
Author: Chick Lun
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-03-25
Page (Column): 12 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Written by Chick Lun. He says the party is located on Oahu, Maui and Hawaii. Also called the Chinese nationalist Party. Local branch is one of 17 outside China which controls more than half of that nation's territory. Some intimate former friends of Sun Yat-Sen are not members because they do not wish to be bound by party rules. Party members helped finance Sun Yat-Sen's revolution in China.
Krauss Card No.: 300097   System ID: 10937


14) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The revolution in China has erupted into bloody fighting during the past months
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1927-03-21
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In this story, foreign soldiers are killed battling a riot in Shanghai as cantonese take the city. Communists gain nationalist control. British warships have been dispatched. This after years of desultory revolution during which Sun Yat-Sen's dream was never fully established. Chiang Kai-shek is in military control of the party.
Krauss Card No.: 300096   System ID: 10936


15) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese & Japanese truck farmers grow nearly all of Honolulu's fresh produce
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1927-01-05
Page (Column): 10 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Produce.
Krauss Card No.: 300095 [dc]   System ID: 10935


16) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Dai Yen Chang, first Chinese elected supervisor, a Democrat, says he can work with GOP majority
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-11-05
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He's a dentist, president of the Hawaiian Chinese Civic Assn. full blooded Chinese. Former pres of the Dental Society of Hawaii, Chinese University Club.
Krauss Card No.: 300093   System ID: 10933


17) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: First American of Chinese ancestry elected to the house
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-11-05
Page (Column): 1 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Yew Char, photographer, former newsboy and bootblack, is now a member of the house. Story reads like Horatio Alger. Says he's proud to be a Democrat but more proud of being an American.
Krauss Card No.: 300094   System ID: 10934


18) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Judge Paul M. Lineberger is biographer of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-04-17
Page (Column): 1 (3); Sec. 2
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Is author of "Dr. Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese Republic." Was advisor to the revolutionists. Now lives in Washington, D.C. Has written to Honolulu for information about aspects of the revolution and participants who lived in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 300092   System ID: 10932


19) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown gambling raid described
Newspaper: Honolulu Advertiser
Date: 1925-08-01
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A reporter goes with sheriff on a gambling raid in Chinatown. Description of room, table, Chinatown characters.
Krauss Card No.: 300089   System ID: 10928


20) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-04-22
Page (Column): 8 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Large photo of memorial services for Sun Yat-Sen in Honolulu, interior of some sort of auditorium with Chinese decorations.
Krauss Card No.: 300091   System ID: 10931


21) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: See Yup Assassination Club surfaces in Hawaii
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-04-18
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Factional strife between the supporters of Sun Yat-Sen and supporters of the old imperialist regime broke out over the funeral observances of Sun last Sunday. Several prominent Chinese here and local Chinese societies received letters from the assassination society warning them to stay away from the memorial services.
Krauss Card No.: 300091   System ID: 10930


22) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sun Yat-Sen dies, war looms
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-03-12
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He was suffering from cancer.
Krauss Card No.: 300090   System ID: 10929


23) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-01-28
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Sun Yat-Sen's death denied, condition, critical, mind clear.
Krauss Card No.: 300088   System ID: 10927


24) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sun Yat Sen is dead of cancer, report
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-01-27
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300088   System ID: 10926


25) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese newspaper editor shot in tong war, Ho Tim
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1924-05-30
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300087 [dc]   System ID: 10925


26) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New report says Sun Yat-Sen is living
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1924-05-16
Page (Column): 1 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300086   System ID: 10924


27) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sun Yat-Sen dies of brain fever
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1924-05-14
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300086   System ID: 10923


28) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Saturday feature descrives joss houses
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1921-06-11
Page (Column): Women Sec & Auto Sec; 1
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Full page of text and photos.
Krauss Card No.: 300085   System ID: 10922


29) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Saturday feature on Palolo Chinese Home for the Aged
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1920-11-06
Page (Column): Mag. Sec.; 1
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Full page of photos and text on the home.
Krauss Card No.: 300084   System ID: 10921


30) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Palolo Chinese Home for old laboring men to be opened
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1920-10-15
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300083   System ID: 10920


31) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Admission of Chinese labor to Hawaii is before Congress
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1918-01-18
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: William H. Hindle, lobbyist for the United Chinese Society, is in Washington advocating a bill that would admit [sic] override the exclusion act by allowing a limited number of Chinese immigrants to work in Hawaii sugar and rice fields.
Krauss Card No.: 300082   System ID: 10919


32) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese butchers debating whether to observe meatless Saturday, wartime measure
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1918-01-16
Page (Column): 5 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: All other butchers have agreed not to sell pork on Saturday. But Chinese sell as much as all the rest put together. Unless they cooperate, the measure will not accomplish its purpose.
Krauss Card No.: 300081   System ID: 10918


33) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: There is now a Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1916-02-08
Page (Column): 9 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Story with photos of the Chamber officers. They have a new building on Maunakea St.
Krauss Card No.: 300080   System ID: 10917


34) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Nationalists devise strategies to get around the passport ban
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1915-04-16
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300079   System ID: 10916


35) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese consul refuses to issue passports to members of Nationalist party
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1915-04-15
Page (Column): [Page not given] (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Consul Tszand Woohuan won't issue passports to the Nationalists born in China; they can't visit San Francisco World Fair, they are angry.
Krauss Card No.: 300079   System ID: 10915


36) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Honolulu Chinese contribute to support a Sun-Yat Sen revolution
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1914-09-09
Page (Column): 1 (5-7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photo of Sun-Yat Sen and daughter. The story says he is in hiding in Tokyo.
Krauss Card No.: 300078   System ID: 10914


37) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4); 7 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The conflict between the Tung Mings and other Chinese is still simmering. The Tung Mings now plan to take out an injunction to stop the other faction from holding a separate election, which has caused the opposing Chinese to ask Mayor Fern for use of Aala Park for a mass meeting.
Krauss Card No.: 300077   System ID: 10913


38) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: It appears that the conflict in the United Chinese Society is over control of the organization by the Tung Ming Wui faction
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1913-12-17
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The issue is whether the election should be open to all Chinese in the society or only to a small clique.
Krauss Card No.: 300077   System ID: 10912


39) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Riot closely averted at United Chinese Society
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1913-12-16
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Police called to quell the trouble at noon today when a minority inside blocked entrance to other Chinese, about 500, outside who wanted to get in and vote for officer candidates.
Krauss Card No.: 300076   System ID: 10911


40) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: An all Chinese baseball team has another game scheduled Saturday
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The team is undefeated since returning from a mainland tour.
Krauss Card No.: 300075   System ID: 10910


41) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Manchus vs. Reformers on Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1912-03-03
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wailuku, The Bo Wong Society, favoring retention of the Manchu are reported to be split from other tengs; fighting erupts over attempt to cut down flag at the society. Ah Fong and Few Tin were convicted of assault and battery on charges brought by Bo Wong menibes Ching Hau. From: Sunday.
Krauss Card No.: 0   System ID: 4


42) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Manchus vs. Reformers on Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1912-03-03
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wailuku - The Bo Wong Society, favoring retention of the Manchu, are reported to be split from other tongs; fighting erupts over attempt to cut down flag at the society. Ah Fong and Few Tiu were convicted of assault and batter on charges brought by Bo Wong member Ching Hau.
Krauss Card No.: 300074   System ID: 10909


43) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown went wild with joy last night at the news of Dr. Sun Yat Sen's victory
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1912-01-07
Page (Column): Feature Secition; 1
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Full page on career of Sun Yat Sen, his stay in Hawaii described.
Krauss Card No.: 300073   System ID: 10908


44) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown went wild with joy last night at the news of Dr. Sun Yat Sen's victory
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1912-01-02
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: And the establishment of a republic in China.
Krauss Card No.: 300073   System ID: 10906


45) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown went wild with joy last night at the news of Dr. Sun Yat Sen's victory
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1912-01-02
Page (Column): 5 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mrs. Sun Yat Sen's past Maui residence gone over with pride.
Krauss Card No.: 300073   System ID: 10907


46) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sore at heart over the exclusion law
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-09-05
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300072   System ID: 10905


47) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese poi dealers suing city for damages
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-08-18
Page (Column): 11 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Names given.
See: Poi.
Krauss Card No.: 300071 [dc]   System ID: 10904


48) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese poi growers irate at Board of Health closing of Chinese poi factories because of cholera epidemic
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-03-11
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Cholera.
Krauss Card No.: 300070   System ID: 10903


49) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Resignation of Chinese consul called for in Washington
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-01-28
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is named here as Liang Kwo Ying. Report in Chinatown is that his resignation has been demanded from Washington, Chinatown jubilant.
Krauss Card No.: 300069   System ID: 10902


50) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Pacific Business News
Date: 1911-01-20
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Liang Lean Fang, second secretary of the Chinese legation in Washington, expected here today to investigate the trouble between the Chinese consul and the Chinese community.
Krauss Card No.: 300068   System ID: 10901


51) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The court yesterday decided against Chinese consul Leong Ling Fong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-01-12
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He had sued a Kauai rice planter for criminal libel after the planter called the consul's collection of an enumeration tax among Chinese threatening and equivalent to extortion and terrorism. The court agreed. Ruled against Fong.
Krauss Card No.: 300068   System ID: 10900


52) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese attend mass meeting in Aala Park to raise their voice rage at their consul
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-01-08
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese may march on the capitol to voice their protest about the consul to Gov. Frear.
Krauss Card No.: 300067   System ID: 10899


53) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese attend mass meeting in Aala Park to raise their voice rage at their consul
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1911-01-07
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 5,000 there, shouting "Send him to hell."
Krauss Card No.: 300067   System ID: 10898


54) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese Consul Liang Kwo Ying has cut off his queue
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1910-04-10
Page (Column): 1 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Photo with story.
Krauss Card No.: 300066   System ID: 10897


55) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Description of Chinese wedding at Wahiawa
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1909-05-18
Page (Column): 1 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Headline reads, $400 bride and $1,000 wedding, bride comes in on serving woman's back, firecrackers galore.
Krauss Card No.: 300065   System ID: 10896


56) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Estate of Lee Ahlo valued at $50,000
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1906-07-11
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Ahlo, Lee.
Krauss Card No.: 300064   System ID: 10895


57) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Early immigrant, Lee Ahlo, prominent merchant dies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1906-07-04
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Good info on his life.
See: Lee, Ahlo.
Krauss Card No.: 300063   System ID: 10894


58) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Star describes celebration of Chinese worship of departed spirits
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1906-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Predicts that many houseboys and cooks will not show up for work today, will be on the street cars enroute to the Manoa Chinese cemetery. This is the most sacred day to a Chinese other than New Years.
Krauss Card No.: 300062   System ID: 10893


59) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Funeral for Kong Nyuk Chong, high priest of the Ket On Fui Society, described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-09-11
Page (Column): 7 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The procession extended for blocks; priests, mourners, hacks, bands. Also every Chinese hack in town participated. Ended at the Pauoa Chinese Cemetery. A Portuguese band participated playing the Dead March of Saul. Chinese costumes described, banners, spectators lining the streets.
Krauss Card No.: 300004   System ID: 10721


60) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese funeral described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-09-11
Page (Column): 7 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Costumes, music, etc. Pot on by the Ket on Fui Society.
Krauss Card No.: 300061   System ID: 10892


61) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese government offers local students scholarships
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-09-10
Page (Column): 1 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese consul Chang Tso Fan has received word that the Chinese government will send local graduates of Punahou and the high school to colleges in the East. On graduation, they will return to China in government jobs starting at 200 tael per month. It's part of the effort to modernize China.
Krauss Card No.: 300003   System ID: 10720


62) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Big reception at Chinese consulate honors birthday of Chinese emperor
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-07-29
Page (Column): 5 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At 2 to 4 p.m., corner of Young & Victoria Sts., the Hawaiian band played, long list of Dignitaries who came to call.
Krauss Card No.: 300059   System ID: 10890


63) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese consul Chang Tso Tan wants more info on the killing of a Chinese, Chong Choy Fat, during a riot on April 9
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-07-21
Page (Column): 6 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Tan wants Atty. Gen. L. Andrews to shed more light on the killing. The coroner's jury failed to fix responsibility. It appears to Tan that the police were responsible. Andrew answers that the would welcome help in finding the killer.
Krauss Card No.: 300060   System ID: 10891


64) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Speakers at a meeting denounce the Chinese exclusion act
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-07-03
Page (Column): 5 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA names a number of speakers and what they said. They are Ng Ping, Kung Mau Tak, Rev. E.W. Thwing, Lau Kan, Lee Khai Fai and Choy Wan. Several supported the boycott against bgood [sic] affected by the exclusion act.
Krauss Card No.: 300058   System ID: 10889


65) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese butchers in price war with Metropolitian Meat Co.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-06-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Business.
Krauss Card No.: 300057 [dc]   System ID: 10888


66) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese involved in gambling raid at Waipahu, one shot dead
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Additional testimony contradicts Chinese.
See: Gambling
Krauss Card No.: 300056 [dc]   System ID: 10887


67) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese involved in gambling raid at Waipahu, one shot dead
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese accuse a policeman of shooting.
Krauss Card No.: 300056 [dc]   System ID: 10886


68) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese involved in gambling raid at Waipahu, one shot dead
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Police in hot water.
See: Gambling.
Krauss Card No.: 300056 [dc]   System ID: 10885


69) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Island Chinese send plea to Washington to repeal exclusion laws
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-03-30
Page (Column): 6 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 80,000 Chinese now in the U.S., less that 1 to 1,000 of population. There is no yellow invasion. Submitted by C.K. Ai, president of the United Chinese Society.
Krauss Card No.: 300055   System ID: 10884


70) Krauss Heading: United Chinese Society
Title: Submits petition to revoke the exclusion law
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-03-30
Page (Column): 6 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Chinese.
Krauss Card No.: 2000288   System ID: 50460


71) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Chinese theater is a scene of riot when a kinetoscope breaks down
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-02-11
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: First the Chinese patrons beat on the luckless kinetoscope operator, the police came. The Chinese then demanded their money back, tried to wreck the office. Order restored at last.
Krauss Card No.: 300054   System ID: 10883


72) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bedlam at midnight last night signals start of Chinese new year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-02-03
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photo of Quong On Clubhouse. Full column story describes activities of Chinese. Householders with Chinese servants can expect to do without their services for three days.
Krauss Card No.: 300053   System ID: 10790


73) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Ah Chew marries his son, Lee Sou Chin, to See Lee in lavish wedding
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-01-24
Page (Column): 7 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA covers a Chinese wedding, probably because the editor was invited to a big wedding feast. Ah Chew had a Chinese wedding plus a feast for haole friends.
Krauss Card No.: 300052   System ID: 10786


74) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Honolulu Chinese not happy about the fall of Port Arthur to the Japanese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-01-04
Page (Column): 6 (2-3); 7 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: C. Yet Kai, editor of the Chinese Daily News, said that Manchuria or Port Arthur should permanently fall into the hands of the Japanese is not our desire. It is a day of sorrow for us. Of the two evils, however, the Japanese occupation is better. (In contrast to Russian occupation.)
Krauss Card No.: 300051   System ID: 10782


75) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story out of Portland, Ore. says all Chinese on the Pacific Coast will cut off their queues
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-11-05
Page (Column): 4 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On orders from the Chinese Reform Assn. at Vancouver, B.C.
Krauss Card No.: 300050   System ID: 10777


76) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A reader signed "Hardworking Man" complains that the Chinese orchestra is keeping him awake
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-10-23
Page (Column): 4 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: He writes that he was told by Fong Quane, treasurer of the Yee Gee Tong, that the society pays an instructor to teach music to the orchestra for an upcoming festival. But no man can possibly rest himself amidst such noises.
Krauss Card No.: 300049   System ID: 10772


77) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese reader says musicians practicing on Chinese instruments are not loafers as described by a haole reader
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-10-18
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: A reader complained about the noise from the Yee Gee Tong Society. A Chinese explains an instructor is hired to teach members music so they can play at Chinese New Year's and festivals.
Krauss Card No.: 300048   System ID: 10768


78) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Full moon festival reported in PCA as big event with a grand parade yesterday
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-09-24
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA calls the festival one of the most important with New Year's and the birthday of the emperor. At 10 a.m. yesterday Liliha Street between King and Vineyard was a mass of Chinese.
Open houses held at Chinese societies.
Krauss Card No.: 300047   System ID: 44194


79) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A Chinese committee supports running a candidate on the Republican ticket for the house or representatives
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-09-15
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300046   System ID: 10763


80) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Territory of Hawaii, U.S., honors Emperor of China on his birthday
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-08-10
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese Consul holds open house, Acting-Gov. Atkinson toasts emperor, Royal Hawaiian Band plays.
Krauss Card No.: 300043   System ID: 10760


81) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Waialua fight was serious, between factions of the Tai Sing Society
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-07-30
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 45 or 50 Chinese of one faction raided the Achi Store occupied by 7 members of the other faction. Fought with revolvers, iron crowbars, hoes and clubs. Two seriously hurt, brought to Queen's Hospital, one named Chung Sing. Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth said details are hard to come by.
Krauss Card No.: 300041   System ID: 10758


82) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chop Tin, merchant on Kauai, denied reentry to Hawaii under Chinese exclusion law
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-07-30
Page (Column): 8 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Immigration.
Krauss Card No.: 300042   System ID: 10759


83) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Warring Chinese factions battle at Waialua
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-07-28
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Seven men injured at a battle at Achi's Store, 20 Chinese attacked the store at 7 o'clock, ransacked the store, broke open a trunk and stole some money. One man may die. Fight caused by factional troubles.
Krauss Card No.: 300040   System ID: 10757


84) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story about a Chinese who had his queue cut off
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-04-21
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Friends want to auction off his pigtail but he refused.
Krauss Card No.: 300045   System ID: 10762


85) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sun Yat Sen says he will return to China soon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1904-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the Chinese revolutionary, expects to return to China very soon. He thinks that events in the Far East are so shaping themselves that he hopes the overthrow of the Manchu dynasty and the establishment of a Republic may be accomplished.
Krauss Card No.: 300039   System ID: 10756


86) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown prepares for New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-02-04
Page (Column): 10 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Short story about colorful preparations underway for Chinese New Year, Feb. 15, in Chinatown - painting of lanterns, construction of same in rear of shops, manufacture of painted tallow candles.
Krauss Card No.: 300038   System ID: 10755


87) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Gang of Chinese criminals caught
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-10-06
Page (Column): 1 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Crime.
Krauss Card No.: 300037   System ID: 10754


88) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Celebrate full moon festival
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-10-05
Page (Column): 4 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Clubs hold open house, set off strings of firecrackers, decorate with bunting and lanterns, two days.
Krauss Card No.: 300036   System ID: 10753


89) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese working to end exclusion act
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-07-18
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It is understood the United Chinese Society is committed to the movement.
Krauss Card No.: 300035   System ID: 10752


90) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese merchants of Honolulu declare boycott of the Pacific Mail steamer Korea
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-07-10
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Because of treatment given Chinese on the ship. The most recent instance was refusal to permit wealthy Chinese Wong Leong on board to see his son off, who was traveling first cabin to the Osaka Exposition on vacation. Numerous Chinese-Americans have received the same treatment. The Chinese merchants of Honolulu are heavily engaged in shipping and can bring heavy pressure.
Krauss Card No.: 300034   System ID: 10751


91) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A.L. Ahlo comments on the Chinese labor question
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-12-13
Page (Column): 2 (2-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says it is interesting to see how the attitude toward Chinese has changed for the better now that more laborers are needed. But Chinese will no longer come to work under contracts but as free laborers.
Krauss Card No.: 300033   System ID: 10750


92) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Funeral of Pang Fook, head of the Ket On Fui Kon Assn. described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-09-29
Page (Column): 1 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Two large photos showing the coffin lying in state, the joss house where it lay. The funeral called one of the most remarkable ceremonies which has been seen in this city.
Krauss Card No.: 300031   System ID: 10748


93) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Lum You, duck raiser, asks three month extension on condemnation of Waikiki duck ponds
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-07-03
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 300030 [dc]   System ID: 10747


94) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A Chinese Reform leader arrives in the Peking
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-05-23
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long story about Hsii Shih Chin, leader of the Shanghai Reform Party, greeted by 200 local Chinese at the dock. He was escorted in carriages to Waikiki. Spoke at a large meeting in a hall at River and Kukui Streets before a large crowd, said Chinese need to be educated, he is traveling the world to enlist aid for reform. He was accompanied by a student, Mr. Haiich.
Krauss Card No.: 300029   System ID: 10746


95) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two Chinese societies in dispute over money
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-03-01
Page (Column): 11 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story about a dispute between two Chinese societies in Honolulu over a large sum of money. Writer says it could lead to a war in China town. Consul is being appealed to for arbitration. Merchants want to avoid a battle. Bad for business.
Krauss Card No.: 300028   System ID: 10745


96) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese New Year ending
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-02-10
Page (Column): 7 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Householders will greet their Chinese cooks again this morning. Most of these promised to end their New Year's celebration last night.
Krauss Card No.: 300032   System ID: 10749


97) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Year celebrated by Chinese, described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-02-07
Page (Column): 1 (1-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300027   System ID: 10744


98) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story discusses organization of tongs in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-01-28
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA is worried about Yi Yee Tong which claims it is just a friendly club. A supposed Chinese expert says the tongs are ready to have at it. Another says so long as they can't get away from the island, there probably won't be violence.
Krauss Card No.: 300026   System ID: 10743


99) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story about preparations for Chinese New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-01-25
Page (Column): 10 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Controversy as to the correct date between Chinese consul and young reformers. Lanterns and candles are made here, business is booming. Description of lantern making.
Krauss Card No.: 300025   System ID: 10742


100) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story of Chinese settelement in Hawaii
Author: James W. Girvin
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-01-01
Page (Column): 24
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: By Jas. W. Girvin, in the New Year edition.
Krauss Card No.: 300024   System ID: 10741


101) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Contents of joss house described in fire claims hearing
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-11-13
Page (Column): 14 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Table, cabinet, flags, bell, ornaments, image of Quan Ti, shade, silk, boots, shade, etc. All with their values.
Krauss Card No.: 300023   System ID: 10740


102) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Riot at Chinese theater, Flying Jordans chased off the stage into rice fields
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-07-06
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater.
Krauss Card No.: 300022 [dc]   System ID: 10739


103) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Laundrymen strike for higher wages
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-05-29
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese laundrymen struck Sunday for higher wages and fewer hours. If the strikers win, the story says, serious consequences could include Honolulu residents paying more for having laundry done. Chinese house servants getting $5 a week may quit to work in the wash house.
Krauss Card No.: 300021   System ID: 10738


104) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story gives history of Mills School primary for Chinese students
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-05-02
Page (Column): 9 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photo of student body. Founded in 1892.
See: Mills School.
Krauss Card No.: 300020   System ID: 10737


105) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Consul Yang Wei Pin's claim that Leung Chi Tso has turned boxer refuted by his followers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-04-09
Page (Column): 9 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-Tso
Krauss Card No.: 300019   System ID: 10736


106) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Immigration Bureau ruling favors local Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-04-06
Page (Column): 6 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The ruling states that all native and naturalized citizens of the Hawaiian Islands, irrespective of race, color or previous condition, are citizens of the United States. Thus, they cannot be denied landing in the U.S.
Krauss Card No.: 300018   System ID: 10735


107) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Consul Yang Wei Pin threatens reformers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-03-30
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The consul has distributed a proclamation around Chinatown that orders all members of the Bow Wong or other reformers must present themselves at the consulate and swear allegiance to the government. The families in China of those who do not will be punished. Local Chinese say Pin is charging $3.50 per head for protection from this edict.
Krauss Card No.: 300017   System ID: 10734


108) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese consul Yang Wei Pin celebrates Chinese New Year a day later than the United Chinese Society
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-20
Page (Column): 11 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photo of Yang. PCA gives the reason. Years ago the Chinese in California decided to celebrate a day early because they gained a day by crossing the international date line. When the government in Peking ordered them to conform to the Chinese calendar, they refused having become Reformists.
Krauss Card No.: 300016   System ID: 10733


109) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Big, front page story on the Chinese New Year celebration
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-19
Page (Column): 1 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With illustrations by cartoonist Yardley. Description of open house at the United Chinese Society, names of the Chinese in charge including Ho Fon. Berger's band played on the balcony for the reception, big wig haole guests named.
Krauss Card No.: 300015   System ID: 10732


110) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Drawings of new Chinese theater
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-13
Page (Column): 9 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300332 [dc]   System ID: 11499


111) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese theater on Liliha Street
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-12
Page (Column): 10 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater.
Krauss Card No.: 300014   System ID: 10731


112) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese theater on Liliha St.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-12
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Description of drama presented opening night.
Krauss Card No.: 300332 [dc]   System ID: 11498


113) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The U.S. Attorney General now says Chinese who were Hawaiian citizens and became U.S. citizens through annexation will remain so
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-09
Page (Column): 10 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The long story is full of legal double talk but finally gets to the points. The exclusion act does not apply to Chinese who are U.S. citizens in Hawaii by virtue of annexation.
Krauss Card No.: 300013   System ID: 10730


114) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Rigid interpretation of Chinese exclusion act requires all Chinese to register
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-01-23
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Yet the Organic Act grants U.S. citizenship to all citizens of the Hawaiian Republic at the time of annexation. The U.S. district attorney has issued a rigid interpretation with which the Revenue Service agrees. Many in Hawaii are concerned.
Krauss Card No.: 300012   System ID: 10729


115) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story out of Washington, D.C. says Chinese discovered Pacific Coast of America in 499
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-11-26
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Chinese scholar, Mah Twan Lin, unearthed a Chinese record of the voyage that describes temples erected by the Chinese in Mexico. Another story with a Monterey, Mexico dateline confirms the existence of Chinese temple ruins.
Krauss Card No.: 300011   System ID: 10728


116) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Eight-year-old Chinese girl rescued from slavery in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-11-23
Page (Column): 1 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Slavery.
Krauss Card No.: 300010   System ID: 10727


117) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sun Yat-sen raises another revolt in China
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-10-25
Page (Column): 5 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Sun Yat-Sen.
Krauss Card No.: 300009   System ID: 10726


118) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story relates how Chinese are getting rich from selling vegetables
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-27
Page (Column): 6 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Quotes an unnamed land owner who rents a small plot bounded by Beretania, Keeaumoku and Makiki Sts. for $200 an acre. Ten men grow vegetables and peddle them by carrying baskets to homes. The land owner estimates that each man will return to China with $1,500 to 2,000. They take in $14 a day selling vegetables.
Krauss Card No.: 300008   System ID: 10725


119) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says rich Chinese are bankrolling the Independent Home Rule Party
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-21
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Evidence includes a story in Testa's paper that said fire claims would be liquidated if the independents win. Chinese were heavy losers in the Chinatown fire and wish to be compensated, the story says. Previously it was assumed that Prince David Kawananakoa, Kapiolani Estate heir, was paying for luaus, travel, etc. of Independent candidates like Wilcox.
Krauss Card No.: 300007   System ID: 10724


120) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Bow Wong Society of the Reform Movement will meet in Japan
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-20
Page (Column): 11 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Delegates to go from around the world. From Honolulu, Lam Sai, secretary of the Honolulu branch, is going on the Peking with his family, selling his goods. Leung Chi-Tso will be there.
Krauss Card No.: 300006   System ID: 10723


121) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: All Chinese to be registered by Internal Revenue Service
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-18
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Collector Wm. Haywood has come to town to do the job, will take nine months. Required by the organic act.
Krauss Card No.: 300005   System ID: 10722


122) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Young Chinese female married to an elderly Chinese goes mad
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-08-22
Page (Column): 5 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The girl crawled under the bed and bit people, laughed hysterically. Was taken away to the asylum top [sic] heartrending cries from her mother.
Krauss Card No.: 300002   System ID: 10719


123) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Are leaving for Asia
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-08-03
Page (Column): 3 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Every steamer to the Orient is taking away a large number of the Chinese population of the city. Steerage is crowded to the limit. Opinion is varied as to why.
Krauss Card No.: 300001   System ID: 10718


124) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 2,000 Chinese in mass meeting to protest actions of Boxers, want young emperor on the throne
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-08-01
Page (Column): 1 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Voted for a resolution denouncing the Boxers and their sympathizers, copies sent to Chinese ambassador in Washington, the U.S. State Deprt. and China. Signed by C. Winan[?unclear] Chang Mim, Hong Quon, Joseph Goo Kim, Ng Chan and L.T. Chin.
Krauss Card No.: 300000   System ID: 10717


125) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Excellent history of the Chinese YMCA
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-31
Page (Column): 6 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: By Goo Kim. The YMCA; celebrated its 25th annivesary on June 12, 1900. It was formed in 1875. First Chinese to preach Christianity in Honolulu was Seau Hung at Bethel Church. He also taught in English. Then Reverend Sit Moon came from San Francisco, but attendance was sparse. Storekeeper Goo Kim, Sit Moon and L. Aseu contributed to start a Chinese YMCA which increased attendance at services. Good information on the evolution of the group.
Krauss Card No.: 202321   System ID: 16722


126) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Headlines about boxer uprising, foreign envoys slaughtered
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-27
Page (Column): 2-Jan
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202320   System ID: 16719


127) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Vice-consul Goo Kim claims Bow Wongs threatened him
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-26
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Goo Kim
Krauss Card No.: 202319   System ID: 16718


128) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bow Wongs celebrate birthday of Emperor Kwang hsu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-25
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bow Wong Society
Krauss Card No.: 202319   System ID: 16714


129) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese consul Yang Wei Pin claims Bow Wongs threaten his life
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-25
Page (Column): 9 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Yang Wei Pin
Krauss Card No.: 202319   System ID: 16715


130) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: HIstory of the Chinese YMCA in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-24
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Began in 1875, interesting account of failed attempts to Christianize, names of early organizers of the YMCA with the Reverend Sam Damon helping. Written by Goo Kim, Chinese vice-consul. Involved-initial contributors- were Sit Moon, Goo Kim and L. Aseu.
Krauss Card No.: 202318   System ID: 16713


131) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Mass meeting of Chinese in Chinatown endorses resolution to support emperor Kwang Hsu and overthrow Dowager Empress
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-16
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The resolution asks foreign powers to help accomplish this, and will be sent to embasies. Many prominent Chinese on the stage including C.K. Ai, H.A. Heen, Ho Fon, W.W. Ahana and Chinese from the Neighbor Islands.
Krauss Card No.: 202317   System ID: 16711


132) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Consul Yang Wei Pin admits he sent the names of Bow Wongs in Hawaii to the Chinese government
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-14
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Yang Wei Pin
Krauss Card No.: 202316   System ID: 16708


133) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Many Chinese in Hawaii are angry at the consul for having relatives in China of the Bow Wong Society thrown in jail for opposing the Empress
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-13
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bow Wong Society
Krauss Card No.: 202316   System ID: 16707


134) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Crowd at Progress Hall hears Leung Chi-tso state the position of the reformers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-11
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-tso
Krauss Card No.: 202315   System ID: 16706


135) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Good piece explaining the Chinese reform party
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-06
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story tells the difference between Boxers and Reformers, says the Boxers are peasants and army deserters, Reformers are bright young men. Names Kang Yu-wei, gives a review of his book.
Krauss Card No.: 202314   System ID: 16704


136) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Leung Chi-tso a great success in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-03
Page (Column): 2 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-tso
Krauss Card No.: 202312   System ID: 16699


137) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reformer Leung Chi-tso finds strong support on Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-02
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-tso
Krauss Card No.: 202312   System ID: 16698


138) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese revolutionist speaks on Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-02
Page (Column): 5 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Leung Chi-tso promotes the reform of the empire. Is greeted warmly at Makawao by prominent merchant Awana. Big luau held, then the speech opposing their Manchu dynasty.
Krauss Card No.: 202313   System ID: 16702


139) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More on reformer Leung Chi-tso, his biography
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-06-11
Page (Column): 9 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-tso
Krauss Card No.: 202311   System ID: 16696


140) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese theater to be built
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-06-09
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202310   System ID: 16695


141) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Wing Yu Fang, Chinese minister to Washington, writes on the superiority of Chinese religion over Christianity
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-06-02
Page (Column): 11 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He believes in Confucious who said of a future life, "If I don't know what will take place today, how can I predict the future.": Wing Yu says Confucious exhorted me to do their best today without thought of future reward, that seems to me the higher view.
Krauss Card No.: 202309   System ID: 16694


142) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reformer Leung Chi-tso is headed for Kauai
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-05-23
Page (Column): 2 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leung Chi-tso
Krauss Card No.: 202308   System ID: 16690


143) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hold mass meeting in Hilo to protest brutality of police officers toward Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-05-15
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Hilo
Krauss Card No.: 202307   System ID: 16688


144) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reformer Leung Chi-tso speaks to mixed audience through an interpreter
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-05-08
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA reporter is impressed by the young man's intelligence, sincerity, manners. The speaker describes poverty in China as a cause of troubles. The Emperor ought to give work to people, but doesn't. Poor people are taken advantage of.
Krauss Card No.: 202306   System ID: 16686


145) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reformer Leong Ki Taui is eagerly expected in Hilo, the Progressive Association given high marks
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-27
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bow Wong Wui
Krauss Card No.: 202305   System ID: 16684


146) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Members of Bow Wong Wui threatened by visiting representative of Chinese government
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-25
Page (Column): 5 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bow Wong Wui
Krauss Card No.: 202304   System ID: 16682


147) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Judge Reuben D. Silliman writes of Asiatics in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-23
Page (Column): 7 (1-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Describes relations between Hawaiians and Chinese in business, marriages; about new Japanese immigrants, Japanese fishermen.
Krauss Card No.: 202303   System ID: 16679


148) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bow Wongs refused as eleemosynary charter
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-17
Page (Column): 3 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bow Wong Wui
Krauss Card No.: 202302   System ID: 16678


149) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bow Wongs may get charter after all
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-13
Page (Column): 3 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Good history of the organization.
See also: Bow Wong Wui
Krauss Card No.: 202301   System ID: 16674


150) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Kwang Yu Wei orders 8,000 uniforms in Hong Kong, Li Hung Chang and the Dowager Empress protest
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-13
Page (Column): 4 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It's not clear who these people are. In any case, PCA takes turn of events as a sign that sympathizers with reform are dealing with violence.
Krauss Card No.: 202302   System ID: 16676


151) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Band with Japanese in protest against the court of claims
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-09
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Chinese committee was composed of; C. Winam, chairman. Speakers were Ng Chan, merchant; Chun Ming, merchant; and Wong Shin, teacher. William T. Kwai Fong, of the Bank of Hawaii, spoke in English.
Krauss Card No.: 202299   System ID: 16672


152) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Attend mass rally to protest grievences from Chinatown fire
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-09
Page (Column): 6 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Plague
Krauss Card No.: 202300 [dc]   System ID: 16673


153) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Bow Wongs are gathering support; W.R. Castle, C.K. Ai, H.A. Heen and others
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-05
Page (Column): 12 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Tongs
Krauss Card No.: 202298   System ID: 16668


154) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Controversial Chinese Consul Yang Wai Pin announces he will stay on the job
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-04-03
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Local Chinese are opposed to his criticism of the Bow Wongs.
See also: Yang Wei Pin
Krauss Card No.: 202297   System ID: 16667


155) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More criticism of the Bow Wong Progressive Association. Their lawyers says PCA has the wrong tong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-29
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On presenting an application to the executive council for a charter, the association describes itself as a union for the protection of His Imperial Majesty Kwang Su of the Ta Tsing dynasty. Chinese consul general said he is certain that the Bow Wongs are intent on plotting against the government.
Krauss Card No.: 202296   System ID: 16666


156) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA finds seeds of violence and mayhem in the charter of the Bow Wong Progressive Association
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-28
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story points out that the Bow Wongs are intstructed "to do our best to adept certain necessary measures of reform." That members use fictitious names. That "if anyone do any harm or injury to our brothers we must retaliate the same way." Compares Chinese tongs to the Kuklux Klan, Molly McGuire and Whitecaps.
Krauss Card No.: 202295   System ID: 16663


157) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese weekly newspaper appeared yesterday
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-24
Page (Column): 8 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The organ of reformer Leung Chi-tso.
See also: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 202294   System ID: 16661


158) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Many are cutting off their queues
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-21
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Young Chinese are imitating Leung Chi-tso who believes the queue is a sign of servitude to the Manchu dynasty. PCA says there is now a big fight going on in Honolulu among Chinese about whether or not to cut off the queue. Young Chinese are also adopting Western style dress.
Krauss Card No.: 202293   System ID: 16660


159) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese Consul Yang Wei Pin stirs up community protesting charter for the Bow Wong Progressive Association
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-20
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This leads to PCA discussion about tongs in Honolulu and San Francisco. The story quotes a wise, old local Chinese who says San Francisco tongs fight each other with enforcers, notably the See Yups and Sam Yups. In Honolulu, violence among tongs erupts only ocassionally because a better class of Chinese is here. The consul onjected to a clause in the charter calling on members to protect each other.
Krauss Card No.: 202292   System ID: 16658


160) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Leung Chit-tso, Chinese reformer-revolutionary, interviewed by PCA
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-16
Page (Column): 5 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photo. At age 27, Leung has edited a reform newspaper in Shanghai, worked as second man in a reform party that had the Emperor's ear in Peking, had to flee to Japan when bureaucrats became enraged at the reforms, came to Hawaii. Fled from China in 1898. Has cut his que. Says, "We of China will have the change we desire in the near future."
Krauss Card No.: 202291   System ID: 16656


161) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 200 Chinese and Japanese on Maui refuse job offers after release from detention camp
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-12
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They want damages for destruction of their property by fire ordered by the government.
Krauss Card No.: 202290   System ID: 16653


162) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Another story on Chinese relief society
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-09
Page (Column): 11 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Issuing rice to refugees of the fire. The story includes an added list of contributors to the fund, many downtown firms included.
Krauss Card No.: 202289   System ID: 16651


163) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese contract bride wins bigamy case
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-07
Page (Column): 3 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says the Chinese community was much excited by the case of Lee Shee who came here to marry Chang Sam, instead took up with another man and married him. Chang Sam charged that she was his wife and was commiting bigamy. She said she had refused to become his wife.
Krauss Card No.: 202287   System ID: 16647


164) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The United Chinese Society has been feeding 1,000 victims of the plague for a week
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-07
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A large fund has already been raised to continue the charity. A list of subscribers to the fund includes more haole companies than Chinese. The Sing Chong Co. gave $1,000, also the Chinese consul, Young Wei Pin, and Judge Alfred S. Hartwell. All the Big Five companies gave $500.
Krauss Card No.: 202288   System ID: 16649


165) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Letter expresses gratitude of Chinese for good treatment at the Kakaako Camp for plague victims
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-02
Page (Column): 5 95)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Officials named for thanks are J.L. McComb, Dr. Bowman and A.L.C. Atkinson. Singing the letter are S.A. Yang, Hop Ken, Lee Kee.
Krauss Card No.: 202286   System ID: 16644


166) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The United Chinese Society has appointed a committee to solicite money to care for plague victims
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-01
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Contact Yim Quon at Wing On Tai Co. on King St.
Krauss Card No.: 202284   System ID: 16638


167) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 35 Chinese were arrested in a raid on a gambling house, each fined $3
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-02-24
Page (Column): 11 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202283   System ID: 16637


168) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The China Reform League of Honolulu has collected $10,000
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-02-17
Page (Column): 11 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One man subscribed $2,500, a woman $500.
Krauss Card No.: 202282   System ID: 16635


169) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese Citizens' Committee strongly protests the burning of Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-23
Page (Column): 6 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Plague
Krauss Card No.: 202281 [dc]   System ID: 16633


170) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Merchants bitterly protest quarantine of Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-13
Page (Column): 14 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Merchandise is rotting on the wharves.
See: Plague
Krauss Card No.: 202280 [dc]   System ID: 16631


171) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Goo Kim, Chinese vice-consul, says plague measures too stringent
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-11
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says in Hong Kong only the house of an infected person is burnt, not those surrounding. The United Chinese Societies have distributed large quantities of food to people quarantined in Chinatown. Who can blame relatives for bribing guards to let them through to visit their relatives? Chinese can't understand why their property is destoryed without compensation.
Krauss Card No.: 202279   System ID: 16629


172) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese are unhappy about burning of infested temple
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-04
Page (Column): 2 (2-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A man was stricken there, it will have to be burned.
Krauss Card No.: 202278   System ID: 16626


173) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Big fight between Chinese and Japanese workers at Kahuku Plantation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-03-28
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202277 [dc]   System ID: 16625


174) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Big fight between Chinese and Japanese workers at Kahuku Plantation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-03-27
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202277 [dc]   System ID: 16624


175) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A.G.N. Robertson going to Washington D.C. to represent local Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-01-19
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He will speak for Chinese who have been shut out of Hawaii by the Collector of Customs, the Special Agency of the Washington Treasury Department and the opinions of the Supreme Court.
Krauss Card No.: 202276   System ID: 16622


176) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Number 21,600, 20% of the population in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-10-29
Page (Column): 11 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Population
Krauss Card No.: 202275 [dc]   System ID: 16620


177) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese Consul arrives in Honolulu, Yang Wei Pin
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-10-22
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says he is well liked, United Chinese Society had a reception for him from 3 to 5 p.m. yesterday. Attended by many Honolulu dignitaries.
Krauss Card No.: 202274   System ID: 16618


178) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bombard Hawaiian Commission with questions about citizenship status under annexation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-09-01
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Annexation
Krauss Card No.: 202273 [dc]   System ID: 16617


179) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 38 Manchurians from Wailuku Plantation in jail
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-06-15
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says agitators are responsible.
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202272 [dc]   System ID: 16616


180) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Charges of brutality made over arrests of Chinese laborers at Kealia Plantation, Kauai
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-06-07
Page (Column): 2 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More on same story.
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202271 [dc]   System ID: 16615


181) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese Commercial Agent Goo Kim Fuey explains why the Chinese at Lihue Plantation revolted
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-05-01
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Bad treatment, inadequate pay for the work.
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202270 [dc]   System ID: 16613


182) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two Chinese theater companies in hot controversy
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-20
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202269 [dc]   System ID: 16612


183) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese storekeeper killed by Hawaiians at Kamalo, Molokai
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-15
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202268 [dc]   System ID: 16611


184) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Correction on Chinese riot at Lihue Plantation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-13
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202267 [dc]   System ID: 16610


185) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Riot at Lihue Plantation, lunas and Chinese workers injured
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-12
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202267 [dc]   System ID: 16608


186) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Police raid Chinese gambling house on Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-12
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Friends come to rescue, police use blacksnake whips.
See: Maui
Krauss Card No.: 202267 [dc]   System ID: 16609


187) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese hosptial in Palama opens
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-03-05
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202265   System ID: 16606


188) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese community to have a newspaper
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-02-16
Page (Column): 6 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 202266 [dc]   System ID: 16607


189) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hospital for Chinese almost completed in Palama
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-01-31
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese merchants and others gave $6,000 to build it. Picture shown.
Krauss Card No.: 202265   System ID: 16605


190) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Charges of brutality made over arrests of Chinese laborers at Kealia Plantation, Kauai
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-01-12
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202271 [dc]   System ID: 16614


191) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Gambling raid in Mokuleia leads to confrontation with 40 angry Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-02-20
Page (Column): 5 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Gambling
Krauss Card No.: 202264 [dc]   System ID: 16604


192) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Festivities during the Chinese New Year reported
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-02-13
Page (Column): 1 (4-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The whole front page devoted to Chinese celebrations. Pictures show Goo Kim, president of the United Chinese Society; prominent merchant Aswan who gave a big banquet, also the interior of the Kwong Sam Kee Store showing the shrine. Many prominent Chinese mentioned.
Krauss Card No.: 202263   System ID: 16603


193) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reporter writes about filth in Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-02-06
Page (Column): 1 (4-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With pictures.
Krauss Card No.: 202262 [dc]   System ID: 16602


194) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Ah Chun runs afoul of the law while trying to return the bones of his relatives to their ancestors
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-02-04
Page (Column): 5 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He brought a suitcase from Kauai containing the skeletons of his brother and cousin intending to take them back to his people in China. Stored the suitcase in a Chinese club where it was stolen, later found by police officer. When Ah Chun came to report the missing suitcase, he was arrested for breaking the law against desecrating graves.
Krauss Card No.: 202261   System ID: 16601


195) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Vegetable peddlers go on strike, outraged by closing of Maunakea sidewalk market
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-01-30
Page (Column): 6 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long story about the closing down of the customary practice of Chinese produce growers selling their vegetables on the sidewalk on Maunakea St. early Sunday mornings. Last Sunday the police before dawn cleaned them out. This incensed Chinese vegetable gardeners who have refused to sell vegetables at all. Vegetable peddlers have gone on a sympathy strike.
Krauss Card No.: 202260   System ID: 16600


196) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reporter describes a Chinese liquor store on Nuuanu between Hotel and King Sts.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-01-14
Page (Column): 1 (6); 2 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The owner says his liquor, called samshu, a generic name for liquor, comes from Hong Kong and surrounding villages- whiskey, gin, wine- and is put in bottles of any size that are handy. Highest price is $1.50. The store has been in operation for only three weeks and is doing an excellent business; Chinese, Hawaiian and haole customers.
Krauss Card No.: 202259   System ID: 16599


197) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Chinese Theater has become popular with haoles
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-11-09
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202258 [dc]   System ID: 16598


198) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Excellent article on a Chinese restaurant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-10-14
Page (Column): 6 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The piece says there are many Chinese restaurants in Honolulu, some patronized by the best people. Others on Nuuanu St. are frequented by more colorful characters. The story describes one such and its proprietor, the window broken by a sailr from the Philadelphia; the article describes people in the place, what they talk about, how the proprietor treats them, including cops.
Krauss Card No.: 202257   System ID: 16596


199) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Excellent article on a Chinese restaurant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-10-14
Page (Column): 6 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The piece says there are many Chinese restaurants in Honolulu, some patronized by the best people. Others on Nuuanu St. are frequented by more colorful characters. The story describes one such and its proprietor, the window broken by a sailr from the Philadelphia; the article describes people in the place, what they talk about, how the proprietor treats them, including cops.
Krauss Card No.: 202257   System ID: 16597


200) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Five Chinese arrested for foot binding
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-10-04
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Marshal Brown made the arrests under a new anti-foot binding law. Arrested were Li Shai, Sun Loi Wong, Kwan Hong, Lee Sing and Young Yin.
Krauss Card No.: 202256   System ID: 16595


201) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese deleberate birthday of Yin Ling on pretention but quiet scale
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-11-07
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202255   System ID: 16594


202) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Old Chinese Theater has been sold, old landmark to be torn down
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-09-11
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202254 [dc]   System ID: 16593


203) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese hold mass meeting to protest exclusion law in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-02-15
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A huge crowd packs the Chinese Theater last night. Most of the prominent merchants of the city were there; Kam Chin, editor; Lau Chung, merchant. Ing Chan, merchant, spoke. Also Wong Wah Foy, Ching Ling Him, Chang Kim, law clerk; W.C. Achi, realtor. N. Nonwar, Lee Chu, a committee of 13 appointed to look into the matter, the members of the committee are named.
Krauss Card No.: 202253   System ID: 16592


204) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A merchant writes in to protest a new city directory
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-04-08
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He says the last one was useless to merchants because it contained the name of every Chinese cook, laundryman, gardener, laborer in the city. It might as well be called a Chinese directory.
Krauss Card No.: 202252   System ID: 16591


205) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese New Year ushered in with firecrackers mostly in Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-01-20
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202251   System ID: 16589


206) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The United Chinese Society held a reception at their club house on King St.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-01-20
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202251   System ID: 16590


207) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Evening Bulletin believes it would be better to be rid of Chinese coffee shops
Newspaper: Evening Bulletin
Date: 1890-01-07
Page (Column): 2 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are a bad influence on native girls and children.
Krauss Card No.: 202250   System ID: 16588


208) Krauss Heading: United Chinese Society
Title: Meeting held Saturday evening to elect officers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-01-07
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: President, C. Alee; vice president, Goo Kim; secretary, Yim Quon; treasurer, Ng Ngong.
Krauss Card No.: 2000287   System ID: 50459


209) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two Chinese have money stolen
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-01-04
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: spect has been arrested. A second Chinese who occupies a room over a barn kept his savings of $40.70 on a beam in his room. A thief took the money and a silk coat.
Krauss Card No.: 202249   System ID: 16587


210) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: China Engine Co. No. 5 celebrates the housing of its engine in the new engine house
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1889-11-29
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fire Department
Krauss Card No.: 202248 [dc]   System ID: 16586


211) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Another mass meeting held; different cast
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1889-09-25
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Same theme. Journalist Dan Logan spoke, W.A. Kinney, R.J. Green, Thomas Wright, T.R. Lucas, D.M. Crowley.
Krauss Card No.: 202247   System ID: 16585


212) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Large mass meeting of natives and some foreigners at the Skating Rink on Queen St.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1889-09-20
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.P. Kama of Waianae chosen as chairman. W.A. Kinney acted as interpreter. Those named as present were; W.H. Cornwell, Antone Rosa, Barenaba, Fred Wudenberg, J.I. Dowsett, J.L. Kaulukou, J.F. Colburn, about 350 people in all. Subject is Chinese immigration.
Krauss Card No.: 202247   System ID: 16584


213) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Citizens committee holds meeting to limit Chinese immigration
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1889-09-13
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The promoters are workers who fear competition from Chinese laborers. The idea is to amend the Hawaiian constitution limiting the immigration of Chinese. 825 names are on a petition so far, 38 got by Lishman, 15 by Quiin, 56 by Emmeluth, and so on. T.R. Lucas designated as chairman of the meeting held last night at the Kinghts of Pythias' Hall.
Krauss Card No.: 202246   System ID: 16583


214) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: An act to limit Chinese immigration published
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1888-09-15
Page (Column): 3 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Only Chinese with permits signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs will henceforth be allowed to enter the kingdom.
Krauss Card No.: 202245   System ID: 16582


215) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: An amendment to the constitution which would have limited Chinese to certain activities in business fails in the legislature
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1888-09-06
Page (Column): 2 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long legislative discussion reported. Called the anti-Chinese bill, the measure would have required licensing of Chinese laborers so that they could be controlled ousted from certain jobs and businesses, etc. Failed 25 to 17. This issue has been on the pages of PCA for some time.
Krauss Card No.: 202244   System ID: 16581


216) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Secret societies described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1886-01-09
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story about 22 Chinese on trial for belonging to a secret society. Good description of Tong Hing Society; paraphernalia, customs, attitudes such as killing chickens, initiation dues, benefits.
Krauss Card No.: 202243   System ID: 16579


217) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Secret Chinese Society raided by Marshal Soper
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1885-12-02
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He describes what he found during the hearing for 23 arrested. Were greeted on the 3rd floor by Chinese with knives, so the officers drew their guns. It is not clear what the police expected to find. They saw a dead chicken on a table, a saber stuck in the floor, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 202242   System ID: 16578


218) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Neighbors think Chinese theater makes too muck racket
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1885-01-01
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New rules require the theater to close at 10 p.m. Previously, it stayed open until midnight.
Krauss Card No.: 202241   System ID: 16577


219) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bark Abbie Carver sails for Hong Kong yesterday afternoon
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-18
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With 128 Chinese passenger, 120 men, 2 women and six children.
Krauss Card No.: 202239   System ID: 16575


220) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Said to be buying into the Hawaiian newspaper
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-18
Page (Column): 2 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 202240 [dc]   System ID: 16576


221) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Kwong Lee Yuen & Co. charters Abbie Carver for voyage
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-17
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Shipping Notes item says the bark Abbie Carver has been secured to carry Chinese passengers back to Hong Kong and freight to Hawaii. The sum paid is $9,500.
Krauss Card No.: 202239   System ID: 16573


222) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New benevolent society, Lock Shin Tong, organized at Kohala
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-16
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Reporter says the members are a better class of Chinese and that the organization should be encouraged. No member is allowed to engage in crime or be a loafer.
Krauss Card No.: 202238   System ID: 16571


223) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: List of retail licenses shows many Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-12
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Business
Krauss Card No.: 202237 [dc]   System ID: 16570


224) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA objects to so many Chinese names in new directory
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-26
Page (Column): 2 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The new Hawaiian Director compiled by Frederick Bagot is out and is reviewed by PCA. All males are listed and under as the As PCA observes that most of the names are Chinese. The editors says names such as Afong and Ah Fook should be listed, but the other coolie names could just as well have been left out.
Krauss Card No.: 202236   System ID: 16569


225) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Lawmakers discuss bill requiring Chinese to carry identification
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-22
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On second reading. Mr. Palohou of Kauai related his experience as deputy sheriff when he couldn't tell one Chinaman from another. Recommended they be photographed on arrival on the dock. Issue to be made special order of the day on Monday.
Krauss Card No.: 202234   System ID: 16502


226) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese to petition against registration act
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-16
Page (Column): 2 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says it's in favor of some sort of registration for Chinese but does not see why merchants who already hold licenses should have to register.
Krauss Card No.: 202235   System ID: 16566


227) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Friend of Chinese protests Chinese Registration Act
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-15
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now before the legislature, would require all Chinese in the kingdom to register.
Krauss Card No.: 202235   System ID: 16565


228) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese newspaper changes hands
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-01
Page (Column): 2 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 202233 [dc]   System ID: 16501


229) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA recommends that legislature appropriate funds to keep Chinese court interpreter
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-04-30
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Courts
Krauss Card No.: 202232 [dc]   System ID: 16500


230) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: C. Alee and Goo Kim appointed Commercial Agent and Asst. Commercial Agent for China
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-04-18
Page (Column): 2 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Official Foreign Office notice by Walter M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Krauss Card No.: 202231   System ID: 16499


231) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Letter writer defends Chinese in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-04-15
Page (Column): 2 (5)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: W.E.W. says he keeps hearing complaints about Chinese but doesn't know the cause. They don't cause trouble, dont' meddle in politics, don't compete with Christianity. They just plot along, take their money home as do other nationalities (ethincities).
Krauss Card No.: 202230   System ID: 16498


232) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Arabic brings 606 Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-04-12
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says 629 Chinese were taken off the Arabic by steam scow and the Kapiolani yesterday. It took only a few trips. Work superintendent by J.W. Pfluger for H. Hackfield & Co.
Krauss Card No.: 202229   System ID: 16497


233) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Arabic brings 606 Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-04-11
Page (Column): 2 (1-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Oriental & Occidental S.S. Co. steamer, Arabic, landed 606 Chinese yesterday. She's from Hong Kong via Yokohama. PCA says the public was given to understand that no more than 25 Chinese would be landed but the entire number came ashore because of a loophole in the regulation.
Krauss Card No.: 202229   System ID: 16496


234) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Government policy on clarified
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-27
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With the landing of a large new contingent of Chinese laborers, PCA explains that the government last April protested publicly against the large influx of male Chinese, then later decided to permit importations of not more than 600 Chinese every three months. This out of deference to employers. However, this arrangement was to be cancelled as of January 1, 1884. No new permission has been granted Pacific Mail to import Chinese in the Rio de Janerio of City of Tokyo. These have been admitted because of the claims that they were contracted for before the cancellation date.
Krauss Card No.: 202228   System ID: 16495


235) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 486 Chinese immigrants from City of Tokyo yesterday
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-26
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202227   System ID: 16494


236) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reprint from Rio News in Brazil says Chinese there are slaves
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-19
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Claims some plantations route workers out at 3 a.m. and keep them at it until 8 p.m. under wretched conditions. Another paragraph below says there is anti-Chinese sentiment in British Columbia.
Krauss Card No.: 202225   System ID: 16492


237) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Neighbors of the Chinese Theater complain about the noise at midnight
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1884-03-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202226   System ID: 16493


238) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 600 Chinese landed yesterday from City of Rio de Janerio
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-15
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Pacific Mail Steamship Co. liner. City of Tokyo will follow shortly with a like number.
Krauss Card No.: 202222   System ID: 16489


239) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item about horse shying at Chinese poi wagon
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-15
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Writer says horses often shy at Mongolians.
See also: Accident
Krauss Card No.: 202223 [dc]   System ID: 16490


240) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 602 Chinese arrived yesterday on board City of Rio de Janerio
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-15
Page (Column): 2 (1)


Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Ship, City of Rio de Janerio
Krauss Card No.: 202224 [dc]   System ID: 16491


241) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: All but two defendants in lottery case released
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-11
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: uilding were sentenced to 10 days at hard labor because the lottery paraphenalia was found in their premises. "
Krauss Card No.: 202221   System ID: 16488


242) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Nine Chinese arrested for vegrancy in connection with gambling
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-10
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lottery tickets seized, also a knife and paraphenalia for the game, Chen fa. The Chinese hired Mr. Russess as their attorney. He argued that the government failed to show a connection between his clients and the gambling paraphenalia. The judge took the case under advisement.
Krauss Card No.: 202220   System ID: 16487


243) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Five Chinese pleaded guilty to riot and unlawful assembly at Hanalei, Kauai last November
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-20
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Sentenced one month at hard labor. This ends the sensational conspiracy case on Kauai.
Krauss Card No.: 202219   System ID: 16486


244) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese merchants advertising in PCA this date
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-05
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: W.C. Akana, Chinese & Hawaiian translator and interpretor, 48 King St.; Keng Lun Chung & Co., Chinese Fancy Goods, 78 Nuuanu St.; Wing Wo Tai & Co., silk screens, 24 Nuuanu St.
Krauss Card No.: 202218   System ID: 16485


245) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Why Chinese are quarantined on arrival, Portuguese and South Sea Islanders not
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-02
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA goes into the questions which it says is being discussed around town. Inquired of a physician who said Chinese come from areas where there is more smallpox so belongings, clothes are fumigated and person examined for contagion.
Krauss Card No.: 0   System ID: 9


246) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Why Chinese are quarantined on arrival, Portuguese and South Sea Islanders not
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-02
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA goes into questions which it says is being discussed around town. Inquired of a physician who said Chinese come from areas where there is more small pox so belongings, clothes are fumigated and persons examined for contagion.
Krauss Card No.: 202216   System ID: 16483


247) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Attorney in San Francisco suggests new method of administering oath to Chinese in court
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-02
Page (Column): -3
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Witnesses should be sworn in to the cutting off of the head of a chicken. Judge demurred, would set precident.
Krauss Card No.: 202217 [dc]   System ID: 16484


248) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA wishes Chinese community well on tomorrow's Chinese New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-28
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Saturday last, 26h, colorful on Nuuanu, Hotel and Maunakea Streets with Chinese lanterns hung and firecrackers blasting all night. Yesterday, Sunday, the Chinese went calling. Some high toned stores still closed today, all will be doing business as usual in a week.
Krauss Card No.: 202215   System ID: 16482


249) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA wishes Chinese community well on tomorrow's Chinese New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-26
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the Chinese have no Sabbath every seventh day, so appreciate all the more this holiday.
Krauss Card No.: 202215   System ID: 16480


250) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sensational purjury case over
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-25
Page (Column): 2 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says Chinese a nation of liars.
See also: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202212   System ID: 16476


251) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Immigrants cut feet on coral wading to Quarantine station
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-25
Page (Column): 2 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Immigrants
Krauss Card No.: 202214 [dc]   System ID: 16478


252) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 250 Chinese arrive per Rio de Janerio January 23
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-24
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To be last Chinese.
See also: Immigrants
Krauss Card No.: 202213   System ID: 16477


253) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sensational purjury case over
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-23
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA wonders if somebody is lying.
See also: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202212   System ID: 16475


254) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sensational perjury case is heard, Chinese vs. Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-22
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last year two Chinese policemen, Akana and Akiona, seized some opium on Hotel Street at the premises of Ah Lin and Ah Wong. One of the partners in the firm was sent to prison. The other persuaded friends and an employ to testify against the policemen on a conspiracy charge, but the policemen were acquitted. Now they are retaliating and the Crown is prosecuting the shopkeepers for perjury. No details of present trial, same testimony as last. More later.
Krauss Card No.: 202211   System ID: 16474


255) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA editor feels the Chinese question should be taken seriously
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-17
Page (Column): 2 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He feels statements by Workingmen's Union members and the response are not so important as the discovery on Kauai that a conspiracy to revolt was uncovered. If there is a grievance among the considerable Chinese population it should be aired, but he doesn't see what Chinese could be angry about. They are better off now than they were at home.
Krauss Card No.: 202210   System ID: 16472


256) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese fire brigade named strongest in recent funeral procession for Princess Kekaulike
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-15
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Admired for smart and active-like appearance.
Krauss Card No.: 202208   System ID: 16469


257) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Symposium about Chinese labor draws many opinions
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-05
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The meeting has been advertised for several days. PCA reports that Mr. Ward opened the meeting by defending Chinese, the Hawaiian government has received upwards of $10,000 from Chinese immigration in a year, Chinese are law abiding. Z.Y. Squires then took the opposite view, says Chinese debauch women, went on for 30 minutes about the wicked Chinese. Mr. Cavenagh deplored the tendency to trade with Chinese because they are cheaper, said Honolulu could become like Singapore where Chinese workers have taken over from white. Mr. Crowley voiced this opinion also, said there were too many Chinamen in Hawaii already. Mr. Barker related his experiences with Chinese hoodlums in Hong Kong. The meeting adjourned at 10 p.m.
Krauss Card No.: 202207   System ID: 16467


258) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Traveler Moncure D. Conway writes again, this time in the Glasgow Herald
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-01-04
Page (Column): 2 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA reprints a portion about attending a Chinese Christian church in Honolulu. Says there was hardly a que to be seen in the chapel, the Chinese were clean and comfortable, the babies happy. Same information about Frank Damon, the young scholar.
Krauss Card No.: 202206   System ID: 16465


259) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hawaiian laws relating to apprentices & contract laborers, and court decisions relating thereto, translated into Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Judge McCully did the synopsis. It was sent to Canton for translation under the supervision of the Reverend Dr. Hooper, and printed there. The books arrived per City of Sydney.
Krauss Card No.: 202205   System ID: 16464


260) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Arrest of conspirators on Kauai leads to assault case
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-12-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says sensational stories have circulated re the aftermath of the arrest of five Chinese for conspiracy at Hanalei. Their pistols was taken from them and given to two Hawaiian deputies who lagged behind on the way to jail. Chinese reviled them as they went by so one Hawaiian charged into Kit Lan's house to bust heads, found it full of Chinamen and beat a hasty retreat. He was being pummled when his companion fired the pistol in the air scaring away the Chinese who lodged charges. One Hawaiian was fined $10 by Kauai judge Hardy.
Krauss Card No.: 202204   System ID: 16462


261) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Visiting writer describes Chinese Christian church service
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Minister drones on with expressionless face while congregation sits smiling placidly. The writer praises the Damons for work among the Chinese and says it is considered a step up on the social scale for a Hawaiian woman to marry a Chinese.
Krauss Card No.: 202203   System ID: 16459


262) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Five Chinese arrested at Hanalei on a charge of conspiracy
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Letter to editor says seven ring leaders of a conspriacy to kill officers of the lay and persons pf property on Kauai were arrested in a raid at Princeville Plantation. The raid came after friendly Chinese warned Deputy Sheriff Kakina.
Krauss Card No.: 202202   System ID: 16456


263) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Five Chinese arrested at Hanalei on a charge of conspiracy
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: After an all night meeting attended by member of a secret society.
Krauss Card No.: 202202   System ID: 16454


264) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese minister in Washington calls on Hawaiian representative to commend Hawaii for good treatment to workers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202200   System ID: 16448


265) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Cook for Mr. Hooper dies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Found frothing at the mouth. Feared he took an overdose of opium.
Krauss Card No.: 202201   System ID: 16452


266) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Immigration of in the news again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Theodore H. Davies and the government see eye-to-eye on the question; feel Chinese coolies should sign contracts before they board the ship and should return at expiration of contracts unless they reship. A new group of immigrants are expected on the PMSS City of Peking in 10 or 12 days. Davies represents the views of the Planters' Labor & Supply Co.
Krauss Card No.: 202199   System ID: 16447


267) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Women with bound feet take the air
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A party of genuine small-feeted Chinese women were out of doors yesterday on Nuuanu St. These poor cripples, being rarely seen walking, excited much attention, more especially amongst the able-bodied Hawaiian women.
Krauss Card No.: 202198   System ID: 16445


268) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Another group is leaving
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another batch of Chinamen are preparing to leave the country by the American bark, Martha Davis.
Krauss Card No.: 202197   System ID: 16444


269) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New immigration laws re Chinese laborers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No more than 600 Chinese may be brought here within any three months and these may not be wholly male laborers.
Krauss Card No.: 202196   System ID: 16441


270) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Row between Spanish chef and Chinese chef at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: First Spanish chef breaks chair over second Chinese chef's head.
See also: Hotels
Krauss Card No.: 202195   System ID: 16440


271) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Mrs. Negus, newspaper columnist, says Chinese washermen use too much starch
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: So the dirt in clothes will come out more easily with less scrubbing.
Krauss Card No.: 202194   System ID: 16439


272) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese women arrive on City of New York
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Most spoken for by local Chinese, some on Neighbor Islands, all the girl pretty, have bound feet, can't walk without support.
Krauss Card No.: 202192   System ID: 16434


273) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Deputy sheriff John Richardson acquitted of shaking down Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Two columns of trial testimony; Chinese say Richardson on Maui made them pay money not to report what he had found on them (refuse opium, a gun). He told the court a much different story. he was acquitted after notoriety in the press. The judge said the Chinese contra dicted themselves.
Krauss Card No.: 202193   System ID: 16436


274) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Panic in Chinese Theater when torch falls
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202191   System ID: 16432


275) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says Chinese are taking over fishing
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The fish market in Honolulu is largely supplied by Chinese fishermen. There are indeed several natives and a few white men who ocassionally bring fish to the city to sell, but the Chinese have made considerable inroads upon the business of providing the market with productions of the sea. There are four gangs of Chinese who regular occupations is that of fishing. Yesterday morning they went out in the harbor just a little distance from the docks and spread their nets making quite a haul. Each gang occupies a boat, two of which work together in pairs, plying out the net and in turn hauling in together. More.
See also: Fishing
Krauss Card No.: 202190   System ID: 16431


276) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Limited importation of Chinese labor again okay
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: By authority announced by Foreign Secretary William Murray Gibson.
Krauss Card No.: 202189   System ID: 16429


277) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Single man says the only action in Honolulu at night is in Chinese quarter
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There are stores stay open late, there is a thater every night and lots of things to do.
Krauss Card No.: 202188   System ID: 16427


278) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese fruit peddler robbed by juveniles
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202187   System ID: 16426


279) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: No restaurants on Neighbor Islands except Chinese coffee houses, very crude, editor says
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202186   System ID: 16424


280) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Opium raids described, took place in Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-08-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Opium
Krauss Card No.: 202185   System ID: 16423


281) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item says the leading man at the Chinese Theater receives a salary of $7,000 per annum
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He plays ladies' parts.
Krauss Card No.: 202184   System ID: 16421


282) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reporter writes about a night at the Chinese Theater
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-07-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater
Krauss Card No.: 202183   System ID: 16420


283) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says stop on Chinese labor to be modified, more needed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-07-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202182   System ID: 16418


284) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Mail delivered in letter boxes hung outside Chinatown stores
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says never or seldom is mail lost by this do-it-yourself postal system.
See also: Mail
Krauss Card No.: 202181   System ID: 16417


285) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Are now being referred to in PCA as Celestials
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-06-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202180   System ID: 16416


286) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says Chinese were smoking opium during performance at Chinese Theater Sunday
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-06-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Place was filthy and stunk of opium, police should investigate.
Krauss Card No.: 202179   System ID: 16414


287) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hamakua woman scared by night prowling Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Her husband was away, that night she saw a Chinaman outside the window. Frightened, she got all her children into bed with her. The Chinaman remained outside, bowin and flapping arms. Next day it turned out to be a palm frond.
Krauss Card No.: 202178   System ID: 16412


288) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Doctors give okay to let Madras into harbor.
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16389


289) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Letter writer, Mrs. Negus, complains about Chinese cooks
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Servants
Krauss Card No.: 202177   System ID: 16411


290) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More controversy.
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16388


291) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Controversy over keeping Madras in Quarantine.
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16387


292) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Madras still anchored outside, more cases small pox
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202176   System ID: 16410


293) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Madras still anchored outside, more cases small pox
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202176   System ID: 16409


294) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 553 Chinese arrived on mail steamer, City of Tokyo, taken off in four small steamers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Because schedule of steamer had to be kept; assisting were steamers Mokolii, Waimanalo, J.H. Black and Pele.
Krauss Card No.: 202175   System ID: 16407


295) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Have their own postal service in Honolulu
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-05-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese deposit letters in an open box affixed to a storer on Nuuanu Street. Those expecting letters sort through to find their own.
Krauss Card No.: 202174   System ID: 16405


296) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Madras still in quarantine.
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16385


297) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese barber shop described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Barbers
Krauss Card No.: 202173   System ID: 16400


298) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: First Chinese employment office opens on Maunakea Street
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202172   System ID: 16399


299) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: First issue of Chinese newspaper reported
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hawaiian Chinese News, has 250 circulation, PCA says it presents a creditable appearance. Put out a suppliment Saturday on the riot at the Quarantine Station.
Krauss Card No.: 202171   System ID: 16397


300) Krauss Heading: Chinese newspaper
Title: First issue of Hawaiian Chinese News reported
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has 250 circulation, PCA says it presents a creditable appearance. Put out a supplement Saturday on the riot at the Quarantine Station.
Krauss Card No.: 1201431   System ID: 34864


301) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Riot at Immigration Depot, 340 Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Some objected to the Board of Immigrants Regulation requiring them to sign for jobs on plantations before bein released from quarantine. A dozen police quelled the disturbance. Walter Murray Gibson sent a detatchment of 30 soldiers.
Krauss Card No.: 202169   System ID: 16394


302) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sequel to riot at quarantine station
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The attorney general did not ask ro prosecution, instead he lectured the rioters in court, explained that they must obey the law. The judge, Bickerton, reviewd the law. A large crowd of Chinese listened intently.
Krauss Card No.: 202170   System ID: 16396


303) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Letter writer fear Chinese will land at night from Madras.
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16384


304) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Bulletin item says Chinese are buying revolvers
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202168   System ID: 16393


305) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA complains about crowded Chinese quarters
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Looked in on a room last Saturday night 12 feet long, 12 feet wide in which 43 were stowed away in bunks built against the walls, covered two windows, only a door to admit light and air.
Krauss Card No.: 202167   System ID: 16392


306) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: A Chinese company proposes to the Hawaiian government to supply labor
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Bulletin favors this proposition which offers to send back workers at the end of their contracts if they wish to return to China.
Krauss Card No.: 202166   System ID: 16391


307) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Cabinet approves expression or protest at landing so many Chinese males
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Authorized Minister of Foreign Affairs Saturday to protest to H.M. Consul in San Francsico and the Hawaiian Consul General in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the Board of Health is congratulated for refusing permission to passengers of steamer Madras to land, she has small pox aboard.
Krauss Card No.: 202164   System ID: 16381


308) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of small pox among coolies on board steamer Madras
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1); 3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Small Pox
Krauss Card No.: 202165   System ID: 16383


309) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA sees danger of innundation by Chinese male laborers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202163   System ID: 16379


310) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 500 Chinese landed from S.S. Oceanic, in quarantine
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202162   System ID: 16376


311) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese section seems to be the busiest in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-03-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Crowded with people and cabs when other sections are deserted.
Krauss Card No.: 202160   System ID: 16373


312) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reports Chinese language newspaper starting
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-03-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Have purchased lithograph from PCA and have finally got it working.
Krauss Card No.: 202161   System ID: 16375


313) Krauss Heading: Chinese Newspaper
Title: PCA reports Chinese language newspaper starting
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-03-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Have purchased lithograph from PCA and have finally got it working.
Krauss Card No.: 1201424   System ID: 33127


314) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Plantation laborers in pitched battle with police at Hakalau on Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-01-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202159   System ID: 16372


315) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Letter to editor takes exception to tirade against Chinamen by Workingmen's Union member
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-01-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: A Chinaman says he does not think Chinese debach native females in the wholesale way Mr. Squires says. "The Anglo-Saxon is, I think, more clever than a poor Chinaman in this line."
Krauss Card No.: 202209   System ID: 16470


316) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown described, Nuuanu and Maunakea Streets
Newspaper: Newspaper title was not transcribed correctly, send e-mail to hawnpac@hawaii.edu requesting card check.
Date: 1882-11-11
Page (Column): 3 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Colorful description of Nuuanu between King and Hotel, then on Hotel towards Maunakea which is the heart of Chinatown. Crowded area, shops of canvas shoemaker, tinsmith, dress maker, underwear maker, fruit stands, bar offering beer at 10ยข per glass, barber shop, description of cooking a pig in back of a cook shop. Chinese products describe pickeled eel, fungus, etc.
From Pacific Commercial Advertiser Weekly.
Krauss Card No.: 0   System ID: 8


317) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinatown described, Nuuanu and Maunakea Sts.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Colorful description of Nuuanu between King and Hotel, then on Hotel towards Maunakea which is the heart of Chinatown. Crowded area, shops of canvas shoemaker, tinsmith, dress maker, underwear maker, fruit stands, bar offering beer at $.10 per glass barber shop, description of cooking a pig in back of a cook shop. Chinese products described, pickled eel, fungus, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 202158   System ID: 16370


318) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor finds Chinatown a fire hazard
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Interesting description of Chinatown.
See also: Honolulu
Krauss Card No.: 202157   System ID: 16367


319) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Placard announced organization of Chinese benevolent society
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-08-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For sick and indignent Chinese in Hawaii. Chinese Minister in Washington promises to start donations with $1,000.
Krauss Card No.: 202156   System ID: 16366


320) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 234 Chinese to be landed from Steamer Triumph
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: All for Chinese plantations, 130 bound for Waimanalo.
Krauss Card No.: 202155   System ID: 16365


321) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Man who hanged himself left there all day
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Gee Ah Choy was sick for some months, taken pity on by Mr. Ahlo who gave him a job and a room in back. Man found hanging in his room behind a screen by children Thursday with ants in his mouth. His fellow countrymen refused to touch him but crowded around all day to look. The fact that the man was already dead for some time seemed the excuse to leave him hang since it took some time to get police. Inquest next day. Ahlo provided a coffin.
Krauss Card No.: 202154   System ID: 16363


322) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Four Chinese arrested for fishing in waters belonging to Princess Ruth, later released
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-06-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fishing
Krauss Card No.: 202153   System ID: 16361


323) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hawaiian woman bites off ear of Chinese cook
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Travel
Krauss Card No.: 202152   System ID: 16359


324) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two runaway Chinese have been terrorizing inhabitants of Kalihiwai Valley on Kauai
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2); 5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Policeman Naukan, narrowly escaped being killed by one with a knife, had to fire and kill him. The other was captured trying to escape out of rear of hut.
Two Chinese were hauled into court for fighting over a debt on the outskirts of Honolulu last Tuesday.
Krauss Card No.: 202151   System ID: 16356


325) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Fire Marshal Mcguire calls for banning of fireworks following Chinese New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-02-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fireworks
Krauss Card No.: 202150   System ID: 16354


326) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Are now buying and selling real estate
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Real Estate
Krauss Card No.: 202149   System ID: 16353


327) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Burial of seaman
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fascinating story of the burial of a Chinese crew member apparently shot, accidentally or otherwise, aboard a sailing ship in Honolulu Harbor, Anjer Head. He had no friends here so local Chinese spent $150 to have him embalmed in alcohol. The coffin lay on the cattle pen in the middle of Honolulu Harbor while the body embalmed. Then the captain sailed away leaving the body behind, fearing an inquest in Hong Kong. So the body was taken by local Chinese to a vault in the Palama Chinese Cemetery. Stories of the shooting and subsequent investigation date in previous editions.
Krauss Card No.: 202148   System ID: 16351


328) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story says Chinese immigration to be suspended on orders from China
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202147   System ID: 16342


329) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: The Chinese decided to erect an arch for the welcome home of Kalakaua from world tour
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In a few hourse collected $1,300 to $1,400, more than the haole reception committee collected.
Krauss Card No.: 202146   System ID: 16341


330) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese church fair reported
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-10-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long list of names of people who were there, helped, shows who is supporting the Chinese church. No Chinese names, all haoles including many women who worked in the booths.
Krauss Card No.: 202145   System ID: 16339


331) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Description of Chinese wedding by Reverend Damon
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-08-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 6 p.m. Thursday in the Chinese church. Bride is I Se Moi. Groom is Chin Yun Pen. Describes their attire; she in Chinese dress, he in a suit. The Chinese minister of the church, Sit Moon, translated S.C. Damon's service.
Krauss Card No.: 202144   System ID: 16337


332) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese dispute letter by C. Afong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-07-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The letter from the Chinese commercial agent in Honolulu is addressed to Chinese embassy in Washington explaining problems in Hawaii. Letter says the fault is Chinese immigrants to Hawaii illegally. The local Chinese dispute this, make charges of their own.
Krauss Card No.: 202143   System ID: 16336


333) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item says Chinese avoid travel restrictions
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-07-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To avoid having luggage fumigated when traveling inter-island, they ship luggage as cargo and say they don't have any.
Krauss Card No.: 202141   System ID: 16328


334) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Mei Foo case in Supreme Court
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-07-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): suppliment (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Minister of Interior vs. Loo Ngwak and others, trading under the name of Sin Chong & Co.
See also: Small Pox
Krauss Card No.: 202142   System ID: 16333


335) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reports that Chinese police use thumb prints for identification rather than photo
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-06-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Recommends that Honolulu police do the same. Is applied with lamp black.
Krauss Card No.: 202140   System ID: 16327


336) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Amateur detective caught in Buffan's Hall
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-05-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: George Luproil was fined $5 for assault on Yim Yam, $3.50 in costs, pay $10 in damages to J. Van Zant plus $6.30 for costs in assault and battery case, also was sued by Apaii last Tuesday. Had his badge taken away from him last week, then stowed away without a passport on the City of Sydney.
Krauss Card No.: 202138   System ID: 16324


337) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Sin Chong & Co. gets bill of $5,119 from Board of Health for care of Chinese off the Mei Foo
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-05-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Company has already spent $12,000 for their maintenance.
See also: Small Pox
Krauss Card No.: 202139   System ID: 16326


338) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says courts erred in judgement of Chinese detained in quarantine
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-05-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: What would the courts have done if Chinese had persisted in refusing to take jobs offered? Why hold the Chinese and let the ship owners go?
Krauss Card No.: 202136   System ID: 16318


339) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Transcripts of hearing on habeas corpus for Chinese off Septima
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-05-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): suppliment (1-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Continued on second page of suppliment, columns 1-2.
Krauss Card No.: 202137   System ID: 16319


340) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Amateur detective caught in Buffan's Hall
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-05-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It seems George Luproil, amateur policeman, went in search of opium smugglers with two native policemen and no warrant. Climbed ladder into Buffan's Hall, owned by Apaii. Once inside, he was collared by Chinese living there, taken downstairs to policemen who refused to arrest him, so the Chinese marched him to the station for breaking and entering, 400 to 500 Chinese following. Investigation underway. Apaii auing.
Krauss Card No.: 202138   System ID: 16321


341) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of Polua, murderer of a woman, ties into hysteria over great number of Chinese males in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202135   System ID: 16316


342) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of Polua, murderer of a woman, ties into hysteria over great number of Chinese males in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202135   System ID: 16315


343) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 700 Chinese on Lydia riot, attack crew
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Captain says it happened on March 25 in the evening, coolies came up tp pray, attacked the crew with balsalt stones, lumber torn from bunks, nails. Police did not come until some German crew members fought the Chinese down into the hold. One reason they were quelled were shots by a small boat alongside in answer to a a barrage of stones. Eighty of the Chinese are reported by Gazette to be pirates by profession.
Krauss Card No.: 202133   System ID: 16312


344) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese break out of quarantine at Palama
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A group of Chinese coolies off the Mee Foo (Meifoo ?) broke out of quarantine at Palama for a while in search of better food until police reinforcements helped turn them back.
Krauss Card No.: 202134   System ID: 16313


345) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Case of Polua, murderer of a woman, ties into hysteria over great number of Chinese males in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202135   System ID: 16314


346) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More court action about Chinese who want release from quarantine
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Court refused to grant release, says it has no jurisdiction, the Chinese are not yet entered in the country. The fear is that the Chinese will become vagrants but there is really no legal way to hold them in quarantine.
Krauss Card No.: 202131   System ID: 16308


347) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Coolies on board Lydia refuses to go ashore
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Say they will kill the first man to come over the side. Some on board want to work. Unrest believed to be the work of 8 or 10 ring leaders after several scow loads of Chinese who had been in quarantine and were enroute to plantations passed by the ship.
Krauss Card No.: 202132   System ID: 16310


348) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Riot nearly breaks out among quarantined Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3); 3 (4); 3 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They have been complaining to Afong, Chinese commercial agent, about their interferences with liberty. Then placard went up which they interpreted to mean they would be jailed if they didn't take jobs. Only Afong's timely arrival prevented a riot. PCA warns against forible detention of these men.
Nine Chinese have made out writs of habeas corpus.
Report on court hearing on habeas corpus. Attorney General's office has no lawyer, was caught off guard by Edward Preston for the Chinese. Court finally released the Chinese. From editorial comment, nobody seems satisfied with the conduct of this case.
Krauss Card No.: 202130   System ID: 16307


349) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Figures given for Chinese immigration
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The excess of passenger arrivals over departures in 1876 was 2,055 of whom 2,000 were Chinese males. In 1880 there were 3,665 more arrivals than departures of which 2,190 were Chinese males.
Krauss Card No.: 202128   System ID: 16303


350) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA cries in alarm over influx of Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Warns that Chinese domestic servants can be dangerous; have been found so in Australia. Chinaman can be excited to Paroxysms of fury by slightest cause and will nurse ill will in secret until an oppurtunity presents itself. Numbers of Chinese immigrants quoted. Cite crimes cimmited by Chinese in Hawaii.
See also: Travel
Krauss Card No.: 202129   System ID: 16305


351) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: There are now 791 Chinese immigrants on quarantine grounds on the reef and at station on Fisherman's Point, 570 more on Septima waiting to come ashore
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Small Pox
Krauss Card No.: 202127   System ID: 16302


352) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese are collecting money to build accomodations on the reef (quarantine) for fellow countrymen
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Because of small pox epidemic, names of organizations listed.
See also: Small Pox
Krauss Card No.: 202126   System ID: 16300


353) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA cries in alarm at the Chinese "crisis"
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "OUR IMPENDING CRISIS Eight hundred more Chinese males just arrived, and fifteen hundred on the way here, is something more than serious, it is alarming." PCA says a crisis and massacre ensued in other countries due to overstock of hordes of men without women. Names Java, Philippines, Siam, Serewak in Borneo and other countries. These men arrived on the Meifoo. Hands on sugar plantations now getting $10 and $12 per month with advances of $80 to $100 to green hands. PCA sees on reason for this, 18 months ago contracts were made for $5 and $6 per month for five years. Letters from Maui and Hawaii say Chinese laborers are forming secret societies with officers and funds to aid and abet runaway laborers. PCA says government should break up such combinations. Planter writes that he can't make money in spite of reciprocity because he pays his agent 2 1/2 per cent commission for shipping his sugar, and 5 per cent in San Francisco for selling it. PCA says 2 1/2 per cent is fair because it includes many service, 5 per cent for selling is not.
Krauss Card No.: 202123   System ID: 16294


354) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Meifoo brings 796 Chinese immigrants, small pox
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Six had small pox on board. The 189 who had small pox in China are at the Immigration Depot, remainder at quarantine station.
Krauss Card No.: 202124   System ID: 16296


355) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese fire company participates in annual firemen's parade, moves to another fire house
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No. 1 company moved to a new fire house on Richard & King Sts. this day, Chinese company moved into only No. 1 fire house.
See also: Fire Department
Krauss Card No.: 202125   System ID: 16298


356) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Quinta full of Chinese immigrants arrives with small pox
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2); 3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "What a prospect this presents- another 600 Chinese more or less infected with small pox spread over the group." Conflicting details given.
Another case of small pox reported, a Chinaman with the disease found living with others on King St. Taken by police.
Krauss Card No.: 202121   System ID: 16288


357) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Wash houses already look seedy, are unpainted
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On land called Kaliukai. The appropriation ran out before paint was bought.
Krauss Card No.: 202122   System ID: 16289


358) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Laundrymen on strike
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6); 4 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Tong Lee and other laundrymen say, "no more washee." Dont' like the new government wash house on mud river, not enough room to work, also they work at night, want to live where they work and cannot live on mud creek. Item says Honolulu customers will have to wear their wool shirts one more week without dickies.
Transcript of Supreme Court case of Rex vs. Tong Lee who tried to declare the new law about laundries unconstituional. Court ruled against him. Interesting arguments by Castle & Hatch, his attorneys. The law is fully explained.
Krauss Card No.: 202118   System ID: 16283


359) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New Chinese laundries apparantly have been built
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Of the Chinese who came ashore from the Cassandra, 217 are now in the new washhouses near Haaliliamanu Bridge. Should no symptoms of sickness (see smallpox) be developed before the 4th inst. they will be liberated on that date.
Krauss Card No.: 202119   System ID: 16285


360) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says Board of Immigration making special arrangements to bring in Chinese females
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The question is, how do they perform in the fields?
Krauss Card No.: 202120   System ID: 16287


361) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says some Chinese exercise a monopoly, get commissions for supplying labor
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-12-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says a middle class do it, not reputable merchants, act as runners for plantations, takes percentage out of the wages of workers, called parasites, PCA hopes the "combine" will be broken. Says there have been other combines, such as against newspapers.
Krauss Card No.: 202117   System ID: 16281


362) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese church nearing completion
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-12-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6); 3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202116   System ID: 16280


363) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA recommends Attorney General for rounding up vagrant coolies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-11-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Calls it the "tramp system," whereby bands od coolies wander from plantation to plantation to shirk work.
Krauss Card No.: 202115   System ID: 16279


364) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reports some 2,000 Chinese expected shortly
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Claus Spreckels has sent an agent to Hong Kong for 600 coolies, German bark Lasker due soon with 320 Chiense on board for Sing Chong & Co., German steamer Cassandra due with 500 Chinese for H. Hackfield steamer Hochung reported to leave Hong Kong soon with 500 Chiense for this port.
Krauss Card No.: 202113   System ID: 16277


365) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Business notices in PCA show much Chinese activity
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 43 out of 56 notices of new business formed or partnerships dissolved, etc., have Chinese names in this issue.
Krauss Card No.: 202114   System ID: 16278


366) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Walter M. Gibson, new owner of PCA, blames Chinese "problem" on greed of planters
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202112   System ID: 16276


367) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Walter M. Gibson, new owner of PCA, blames Chinese "problem" on greed of planters
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-09-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202112   System ID: 16275


368) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story says Chinese monopolize illicite liquor traffic in the islands
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annnotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202111   System ID: 16274


369) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Local Chinese buys prostitute as wife
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-04-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One of two young girls brought by a madame on the Hermine from Hong Kong, bound for San Francisco. The madame took the $400 and tried to continue on the San Francisco with the girl, was nabbed on the ship, hauled into court, sentenced. The local Chinese got his wife.
See also: Prostitution
Krauss Card No.: 202110   System ID: 16273


370) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Placard hostile to C. Afong, Commercial Agent, put up
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says there is factionalism in Honolulu's Chinese community. The recent visiting Minister of China from Washington gave the Commercial Agent a placard to be posted instructing Chinese of their rights and duties. Soon the placard was covered by another put up by the parties opposed to Chun Fong.
Krauss Card No.: 202109   System ID: 16272


371) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: C. Afong, Commercial Agent for China, raises imperial flag at his palatial Nuuanu residence
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3); 3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Thursday March 11, flag was raised on flagstaff on grounds of Chun Afong Esq. elegant residence. Royal Band in attendance and Look Sun Foon, Chinese Theater. Also Chu We Kwin, Chinese minister from Washington. Hawaiian Ministers of Interior, Finance, etc. paid unofficial friendly visits in afternoon. Keng sent his best whishes through Minister of Foreign Affairs. Chung Lung gave PCA the particulars.
Chinese theater troups marched through the streets beating gongs on the way to the flag raising.
Krauss Card No.: 202108   System ID: 16271


372) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 35 Chinese captured gambling at Chinese Theater Thursday evening after performance
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-02-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202105   System ID: 16268


373) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Fan You Ki, the gentleman of wealth on a mysterious mission, has returned to China
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-02-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Purpose of visit not revealed but PCA doubts it was just for pleasure. He arrived in the Hochung and departed in the City of Sydney.
Krauss Card No.: 202106   System ID: 16269


374) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA advocates halting flow of Chinese immigrants
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-02-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Disagrees with those who say they will stop coming when there is no longer a demand for them. PCA says Hawaii is a paradise for the Chinese, any right-minded Hawaiian and any Christian should halt the flow. PCA is not against kicking them out.
Krauss Card No.: 202107   System ID: 16270


375) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA speculates on visit of Fan Yau Ki
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-02-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Arrived last November from Hong Kong on steamer Hochung, kept quiet, has visited Neighbor Islands, held court on plantations and seems to be considered a person of consequence by Chinese. Is he a spy?
Krauss Card No.: 202104   System ID: 16267


376) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA complains about Chinese restaurant owners who throw slop out into the backyard or into the street
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-01-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Restaurants
Krauss Card No.: 202103   System ID: 16266


377) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Story on gambling says Chinese gambling takes place in area bounded by Hotel, Nuuanu, Beretania and Maunakea Streets known as Chinatown
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-01-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Gambling
Krauss Card No.: 202102   System ID: 16265


378) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Long story about positions taken on Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The article takes off from a recent piece in the Friend to which Whitney on Hawaii, former editor of PCA and Gazette, now a sugar planter, writes that he once favored Chinese immigration, now opposes it unless workers bring wives and families. Editor Damon of the Friend is also quoted as saying he is against Chinese coming without wives. But, PCA also quotes him as of last July advocating putting a Hawaiian minister in Peking because relations with China are as important as with U.S.A. and that Chinese have a right to settle in any land they choose. PCA says they don't, a man's home is his castle, why not a nation's?
Krauss Card No.: 202101   System ID: 16264


379) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Twenty Chinese refuse to work at Haiku Plantation, sent to prison in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-11-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA delivers another diatribe against Chinese, says they are far from stupid. These were promised they would work at a certain place, were not sent there so refused to work. Editor shudders at the danger of plantations managers and their families on isolated surrounded by a horde of Mongolians excited to deeds of blood and violence by some real or imaginary grievance.
Krauss Card No.: 2020100   System ID: 16263


380) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA reports there are now two Chinese temples in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fecitiously calls them joss houses. In another item in same column, PCA editor calls Chinese "pagan cockroaches."
Krauss Card No.: 202099   System ID: 16262


381) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese workers riot at Ookala Plantation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-10-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Overseer shot over their heads but they didn't stop coming after him with cane knives and hatchets. He fired hitting one. This stopped riot; 56 taken to Hilo for punishment.
Krauss Card No.: 202097   System ID: 16260


382) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Boy dies while immigrant ship becalmed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-09-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2); 3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Editor complains that 216 more male Chinese have arrived during the past week.
The bark Iphigenia from Whampoa arrived on the 21st with 213 male and 4 female immigrants, passage of 54 days. Because of light winds the vessel was becalmed within 100 miles of Honolulu for 14 days, one boy died.
Krauss Card No.: 202096   System ID: 16259


383) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese cooks paid $5 to $6 per week by housekeepers in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-09-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202098   System ID: 16261


384) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Company of Chinese performers make first appearance in Hawaii; at Chinese theater
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-09-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202095   System ID: 16258


385) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: C.L. Afong, recent Harvard grad, appointed commercial agent for China to Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-09-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is the son of Afong, the prominent merchant.
Krauss Card No.: 202094   System ID: 16257


386) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese theater nearing completion; unsafe?
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says the authorities may not accept the apology for a safe structure on the Esplanade. From appearances, some theater goers will end up as subjects for a coroner's inquest.
Krauss Card No.: 202093   System ID: 16256


387) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says Chinese representative is on the way from Washington to set up a Chinese consulate in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202090   System ID: 16253


388) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: L. Aseu buys lot on Fort St. at auction for $1,500 for Chinese (church) Association of Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202091   System ID: 16254


389) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hawaiians want a meeting with foreigners to see what can be done about enroaching Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says Hawaiians are worried about losing land and jobs to Chinese. Trustees of Kaumakapili Church refused to let them use the church for the meeting.
Krauss Card No.: 202092   System ID: 16255


390) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Haole firemen sleep through alarm of fire, the Chinese fire department responded promptly
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-07-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fire Department
Krauss Card No.: 202089   System ID: 16252


391) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says Chinese have flourishing lottery business going, run out of laundries
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202087   System ID: 16250


392) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA says recent importation of Chinese laborers have had little effect on wages because most have gone into rice planting
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Wages (for amounts paid by sugar plantations)
Krauss Card No.: 202088   System ID: 16251


393) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 552 Chinese arrived during the week, more coming
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wages now paid on plantations are $14 to $18 per month with food which is higher than can be afforded, says PCA.
Krauss Card No.: 202086   System ID: 16249


394) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA again rails about male Chinese immigrants
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-06-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202085   System ID: 16248


395) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: PCA prints long complaint against California Chinese driven out from there
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-05-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202084   System ID: 16247


396) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese Christians collecting money to build church for worshiping in Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-04-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.T. Waterhouse is running the ad.
Krauss Card No.: 202083   System ID: 16246


397) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Akona, a "good chinaman," dies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA indignantly denies report by Gazette that Akona when he came here was "sold" to Dr. Lathrop. PCA says he was no more sold than any other contract laborer.
Krauss Card No.: 202081   System ID: 16244


398) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Afong to bring in 200 Chinese laborers in next steamer from Hong Kong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202082   System ID: 16245


399) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Akona, a "good chinaman," dies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-03-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Proprietor of National Restaurant, came to Hawaii in 1853. PCA says he was "very much like a white man in his ways." Died yesterday. Suddenly.
Krauss Card No.: 202081   System ID: 16243


400) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Census shows population, most attributed to foreigners
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-03-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Total increase in foreigners from 1872 to 1878 was 5,111 of which 3,978 are Chinese.
Krauss Card No.: 202080   System ID: 16242


401) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: San Francisco Chronicle says Chinese workers are preferred in Hawaii over Portuguese who have not given satisfaction
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-03-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Claus Spreckels quoted as saying he prefers to hire whites over Chinese.
Krauss Card No.: 202079   System ID: 16241


402) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese bring in steam fire engine along with the steam engine for the Honolulu Fire Department
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2); 3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Both engines on parade.
Both engines tested last Saturday, Chiense engine performed better.
Krauss Card No.: 202078   System ID: 16240


403) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor decries Chinese New Year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-02-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fears saturnalia now that so many Chinese are in Hawaii. Their holiday, New Year, may be extended from three days to three weeks. Native children have been popping firecrackers for nin days since the holiday began... "a very dangerous practice, one the police should put a stop to."
Krauss Card No.: 202077   System ID: 16238


404) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese bring in steam fire engine along with the steam engine for the Honolulu Fire Department
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-02-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202078   System ID: 16239


405) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese dramatic company is about to open
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202076   System ID: 16237


406) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editorial against importing more Chinese males
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Editor says the next census will show there are 10,000 Chinese males in Hawaii comprising one-fifth of the entire population. Horrors! News from San Francisco indicates that property values go down when Chinese take over a street. Irish, Italians, Germans, assimilate when they come to U.S. Not so Chinese.
Krauss Card No.: 202075   System ID: 16236


407) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Reader reports glass found in rice in Hilo
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says a Chinese merchant informed him there was glass in the rice. He examined the rice and found an average of half a dozen grains of glass in each cupful of rice. "True, they were polished off, but not a healthy article of diet anyway."
Krauss Card No.: 202072   System ID: 16231


408) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor protests arrival of every west bound steamer of California Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Calls it a crying evil.
Krauss Card No.: 202073   System ID: 16232


409) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 13 newly arrived Chinese from California skip
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They absconded to somewhere in the Koolau mountains after signing contracts and receiving advances. Editor says this is due to their advanced education in California. Local Chinese merchant believed implicated. Editor says better class of Chinese are honorable, "some of whom are good citizens."
Krauss Card No.: 202073   System ID: 16233


410) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese laborers fight with oversser Hamakuapoko, Maui
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They amde a practice of coming to work late (these "advanced Mongolians from California") so the overseer kept them late. They protested. He knocked several down with his fists. The others attacked him with hoes. He ran for the mess hall half a mile away where the American workers were eating. The came out with mouths full of hash, polish off the Chinese with their fists, adminisering black eyes and cut lips. They went back to work.
Krauss Card No.: 202074   System ID: 16235


411) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Portuguese seen as checkmate to the Chinese
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says the Board of Immigration is considering the importation of more Portuguese who are civilized, Christian laborers to offset the heathen Chinese who are always an element of trouble and danger.
Krauss Card No.: 202071   System ID: 16230


412) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Trouble between new Waimanalo plantation overseer and Chinese employees
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-10-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J. Cummins of Waimanalo reports the trouble with Chinamen was caused by a demand for lard to eat with their rice, they stopped work when they didn't get it. Taken before a judge, fined, now at work again and getting their lard.
Krauss Card No.: 202070   System ID: 16229


413) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item says local Chinese polish rice with ground glass, is dangerous to eat
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Gazette has challenged PCA story about glass in Chinese rice. PCA sticks to its story, calls for an investigation of Chinese rice mills.
Krauss Card No.: 202069   System ID: 16226


414) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Trouble between new Waimanalo plantation overseer and Chinese employees
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese threatened to kill Akana Kalauki, interpreter. Story says it is heard the Chinese were driven out of California.
Krauss Card No.: 202070   System ID: 16228


415) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item says local Chinese polish rice with ground glass, is dangerous to eat
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-09-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202069   System ID: 16225


416) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More Chinese immigrants come in from Hong Kong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-09-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The last steamer from San Francisco brought 130 male Chinese plantation laborers.
Krauss Card No.: 202068   System ID: 16224


417) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More Chinese immigrants come in from Hong Kong
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Bark Undine arrived Sunday with 40 Chinese passengers, brig Elise on Tuesday with 24.
Krauss Card No.: 202068   System ID: 16223


418) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor says Chinese cabinet makers are underpricing haoles
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-07-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Quotes a koa secretary offered at $.25 per cent less than haole workmen would charge.
Krauss Card No.: 202067   System ID: 16222


419) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Marshal W.C. Parke offers $500 reward for information about who wrote a letter to Hong King
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-04-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Saying that Chinese immigrants here are treated like slaves, are sold from here to other countries. Parke's notice says he is authorized by concerned parties.
See also: (story in previous edition about this. Story in June attributes the letter to local Chinese.)
Krauss Card No.: 202066   System ID: 16221


420) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Ship owners complain because seamen are now making $20 to $22 per month on native coasters
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Then they stay for only one voyage because stevedoring pays $3 per day. There is talk of bringing in Chinese stevedores from San Francisco because they will work cheaper.
See also: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 202065   System ID: 16220


421) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese in Honolulu are bringing in a steam fire engine, first in Hawaii
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fire Department
Krauss Card No.: 202064   System ID: 16219


422) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hawaiians exhibit increasing prejudice toward Chinese says story
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "This was particularly displayed at the fire Thursday night when Chinamen were actually dragged from their houses by native 'hoodlums' and forced to go on the brakes of the engines."
See also: Hawaiian Culture
Krauss Card No.: 202063   System ID: 16218


423) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor compares condition of Chinese in Hawaii to those in California
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says they are hated in California because they are a glut on the labor market, in Hawaii they fill an urgent need for labor. Yet, he is against bringing in so many unmarried young men.
Krauss Card No.: 202062   System ID: 16217


424) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Should bring wives to Hawaii, editor says
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-08-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese firms in Honolulu plan to bring 1,000 immigrants from Amoy and 500 from Hong Kong, but no women. Editor says this can only lead to the debauching of women in Hawaii, so the Chinese should be made to marry before coming. The reason Chinese women won't come is because respectable women won't go to a new place alone, wives will not go to a place where there is not a Chinese colony. So only "soiled doves" are available. The editor says having "soiled doves" is better than having Hawaii's women debauched.
Krauss Card No.: 202061   System ID: 15856


425) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Immigrants don't have women; bad situation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-08-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2); 3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: So says editor of PCA, will take up the subject in next edition. He got on it because 500 laborers arrived during the week and no females.
Chinese immigrants arrived Wednesday in the American bark Harriet N. Carleton consigned to Afong & Achuck. The bark W.H. Deitz arrived Thursday with 80 Chinamen from San Francisco. Hong Kong group had only two females.
Krauss Card No.: 202060   System ID: 15855


426) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese storekeepers selling on Sabbath morning
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-06-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA editor says these merchants should be punished to the full extent of the Sabbath law. It is the duty of police to look into this.
Krauss Card No.: 202058   System ID: 15853


427) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Growing taro in Waikiki
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-06-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki
Krauss Card No.: 202059   System ID: 15854


428) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Six immigrants died of scurvy on board Williard Mudgett enroute to Hawaii, more have died since arrival
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Travel
Krauss Card No.: 202057   System ID: 15852


429) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Seven new instruments added to Chinese band
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese band plays agains at a drygoods store on Beretania St. near Nuuanu. Decorated by lanterns and two paper turkeys with candles inside.
Krauss Card No.: 202056   System ID: 15851


430) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Seven new instruments added to Chinese band
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-07-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This at Canton Hotel restaurant by Chinese musicians for the birthday of merchant Ahloe. The Chinese band is to be permanent and more instruments are expected from China.
Krauss Card No.: 202056   System ID: 15850


431) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 17 arrested for shooting firecrackers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-02-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This on Chinese New Year. Editor is furious. They were warned but lit firecrackers anyway in the night when silence is ordered by law.
Krauss Card No.: 202055   System ID: 15849


432) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Damon defends them
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1869-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1); 2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202054   System ID: 15848


433) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Haoles fear that coolies have formed secret societies
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1869-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202054   System ID: 15847


434) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: School for Chinese opens
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1868-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To be called Methodist Episcopal Mission School.
Krauss Card No.: 202053   System ID: 15846


435) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: One arrested for robbery
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1868-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA says it figures, he's from the miserable lot of 1865. "We shall never hear the last of them until everyone is dead."
Krauss Card No.: 202053   System ID: 15845


436) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: March to rescue comrade on Onomea Plantation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Big Island. Are arrested and fined $3.50 each.
Krauss Card No.: 202052   System ID: 15844


437) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New group arrives, one suicide
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-05-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Merchant Green protests previous story.
Krauss Card No.: 202051   System ID: 15843


438) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: New group arrives, one suicide
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202051   System ID: 15842


439) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 50 or 60 Chinese of better class arrive per Mary Frances
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-10-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202050   System ID: 15841


440) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Jules Dudoit murdered by Chinese servant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-08-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Murderer turned in by Chinese. (Several years later, editor Whitney hinted that the servant had been badly treated and driven to desperation.)
Krauss Card No.: 202049   System ID: 15840


441) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Jules Dudoit murdered by Chinese servant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Obituary.
Krauss Card No.: 202049   System ID: 15839


442) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Jules Dudoit murdered by Chinese servant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wielding a butcher's cleaver.
Krauss Card No.: 202049   System ID: 15838


443) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More coolies arrive
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-02-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says the group was made up of 40 coolies who were sent to Koloa, Kauai to work for Dr. Wood.
Krauss Card No.: 202048   System ID: 15837


444) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: More coolies arrive
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-02-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item mentions arrival of more coolies. Editor calls them a necessary evil.
Krauss Card No.: 202048   System ID: 15836


445) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Hackfield makes offer to charter immigrant ship
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1865-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Offer accepted by Hawaiian government. R.W. Wood, a bark, will be chartered. Dr. William Hillebrand will be named for the service.
Krauss Card No.: 202047   System ID: 15835


446) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Controversy over licensing Chinese doctors
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1859-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 202046   System ID: 15834


447) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Letter writer Wong Ah Wak asks editor how to address white women on the sidewalk
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-02-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Doesn't know when to speak to them or not to speak to them, half in humor.
Krauss Card No.: 202045   System ID: 15833


448) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Ball given for King & Queen by Chinese merchants
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-11-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At the Court House on Thursday, grandest of its kind ever given in Honolulu, at cost of $3,700. On the committee were Asing, Yung Sheong, C.P. Samsing, Utai & Ahee, Ahu and Afong. Six sheep were roasted and 150 chickens. French Hotel chef catered. Elaborate paper decorations, moving horses, dragons, etc., illuminated by lanterns. King and Queen were present, Premier, Princess Victoria Kamamalu, Prince Lot, R.C. Wyllie, John Papa Ii, Minister of Interior, ship captains.
Krauss Card No.: 202044   System ID: 15832


449) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Partners in sugar plantation dissolve
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-09-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The firm carried on under Acho and Ahee will be continued under Acho, who has purchased the interest of Ahee in the sugar plantation in Papaiko, Hilo.
Krauss Card No.: 202043   System ID: 15831


450) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two Chinese found drowned at Wyllie Estate at Hanalei
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No sign of foul play, believed they were under the influence of opium and could not swim.
Krauss Card No.: 202040   System ID: 15828


451) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Two murderers found; one dead, one captured after murdering Hoopii
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Struggle to the death last Monday when Hoopii and Kailiulaula came upon the two Chinese fugitives in upper Manoa Valley.
See also: Crime (this date)
Krauss Card No.: 202041   System ID: 15829


452) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Small Chinese fire engine does the most work
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Five grass houses burned last Monday, says a story, at Puukolo in Honolulu. Engines No. 1 and 2 responded, but the little Chinesefire engine did the most work.
See also: Fire
Krauss Card No.: 202042   System ID: 15830


453) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Runaway Chinese almost caught in Koolauloa
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Suspected murderers stopped to ask for food at a house, escaped before they could be captured.
See also: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202039   System ID: 15827


454) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Well to do Hawaiian of Kaneohe murdered by Chinese
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Jury can't agree on verdict for two Chinese. Evidence points to two other Chinese, hunt is on.
See also: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202038   System ID: 15826


455) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Well to do Hawaiian of Kaneohe murdered by Chinese
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The victim's name is Kauwa. Case now in Supreme Court.
Krauss Card No.: 202038   System ID: 15825


456) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Well to do Hawaiian of Kaneohe murdered by Chinese
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He accosted them while they were stealing his taro. Two Chinese arrested.
See also: Crime
Krauss Card No.: 202038   System ID: 15824


457) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Cases of crimes by Chinese dominate court session
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Four Chinese tried for larceny or receiving stolen goods, all found guilty, in Supreme Court.
Krauss Card No.: 202037   System ID: 15823


458) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese cook assaults master
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Amana, a Chinese coolie, works for Deputy Sheriff Wood. He was sent back November 13 after trying to leave his place of work. In the cook house, Amana picked up a piece of wood and tried to strike Wood who took it away, whereupon Amana grabbed a knife. A severe struggle anused in which Amana was diarmed with the help of Wood's brother-in-law, Mr. Whitcomb. The jury founf Amana guilty in Supreme Court, but recommended mercy.
Krauss Card No.: 202036   System ID: 15822


459) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Unexpired term of four coolies for sale
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-12-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They have been working at Makawao, Maui on the sheep ranch of Dr. Seth Porter Ford. He's gone bankrupt. Executors L. H. Anthon and J.I. Dowsett are offering the coolies for sale.
Krauss Card No.: 202035   System ID: 15821


460) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese not unlawfully discharged- Rhodes
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-08-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Notice to whom it may concern- The Chinese laborers referred to in an advertisement that appeared in the Polynesian on June 14th headed, "Caution," dated Honolulu, July 13, 1855 and signed R.C. Wyllie, were not "unlawfully discharged." Godfrey Rhodes, Hanalei, Kauai, July 25, 1855.
Krauss Card No.: 202034   System ID: 15820


461) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chinese labor trouble on Hanalei Plantation
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: R.C. Wyllie runs notice warning against employing Chinese laborers unlawfully discharged from Hanalei Coffee Plantation June 25.
Krauss Card No.: 202033   System ID: 15819


462) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Advertisement for coolie labor
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertisement offers coolie labor as washmen, gardeners, house servants and laborers. B.F. Snow. April 4, 1855.
Krauss Card No.: 202032   System ID: 15818


463) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Coolies advertised by B.F. Snow
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Persons desirous of obtaining coolie laborers call at this office. Make good washmen, gardeners, house servants.
Krauss Card No.: 202031   System ID: 15817


464) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: No longer competing for produce stalls in local market
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: As a result auction sale of stall rentals is producing less income.
See also: Market (history 1851, August 2)
Krauss Card No.: 202030   System ID: 15816


465) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Captain John Cass of Thetis on coolie situation
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Cass writes to W.L. Lee that he's been offered contracts to carry coolies to the West Indies. Says Tait & Co. of Amoy have moved to Sawtow, southwest of Amoy, where they can get better men, that the company has interference in Amoy. Editor Hall introduces the letter by saying labor is an important subject in the islands especially since the small pox has diminished the native population.
Krauss Card No.: 202029   System ID: 15815


466) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Editor against whipping coolies at Fort
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-01-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Even though they are an "ignorant, vicious, pilfering class..." he also calls them a poor friendless people with not a soul to stand up for their rights. The editor has inquired if coolies are whipped at the Fort at the request of their masters. The answer is, No, only for conviction of a felony. Yet, many owners have requested such punishment and the editor is astonished at the names of citizens who have made the requests.
Krauss Card No.: 202028   System ID: 15814


467) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Coolie dead after ahipping by H.N. Greenwell
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-01-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In a sensational case, Greenwell, plantation owner in Kealakekua is charged with 2nd degree murder in the death of Salai (Slali), a coolie he obtained off the Thetis. A Kona Hawaiian, Keawe alias Limaheo, and his daughter, Alapai, testified they saw Greenwell beat the coolie with his fists and later heard up to 30 cracks of the whip, that the coolie was so frightened he shit in his pants while being beaten, that he shook and trembled after it was over. The Chinese cook, Choo, testified that Salai (Slali) was tied hand and foot for several days so tightly that his feet and hands turned blue. Greenwell's neighbors, the constable and other hoales testified that the Chinaman kept running away, had to be tied to keep him at home, that the coolie died of exposure suffered while running away twice, not from whipping. Doctors testified that they could not determine from the evidence what caused the death. A jury of Englishmen delivered a unanimous verdict of not guilty.
Krauss Card No.: 202027   System ID: 15813


468) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Chin Chin complains about whipping coolies
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-01-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Letter writer asks by what statute a Chinese coolie can be kept on bread and water for three or four weeks and whipped? Editor says Chinese whipped must have committed larceny otherwise it is illegal. If they are whipped without legal conviction, it should be stopped.
Krauss Card No.: 202026   System ID: 15812


469) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Item about a dead Coolie and Greenwell
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At Kealakekua. No details because it appears foul play was involved.
Krauss Card No.: 202025   System ID: 15811


470) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Troubles with
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-10-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3); 2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.H. Wood found guilty in Superior Court of assault and battery on a coolie, one of a group who came to Wood's house and harrassed his coolies. Wood threatened them with a pistol, shot one in the leg by mistake. Called a doctor. Was fined $5 and imprisoned for one hour.
Wood defends himself in a letter to the editor, feels he is the injured party.
Krauss Card No.: 202024   System ID: 15810


471) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Troubles with
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A coolie in the employ of McIntyre, the merchant, took poison. Item says he was ill, homesick.
Krauss Card No.: 202024   System ID: 15809


472) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 117 coolies from Amoy on board the Thetis
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says a short item.
Krauss Card No.: 202023   System ID: 15808


473) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 410 coolies take ship bound to San Francisco
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-08-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New report says the captain, because the coolies would not stay clean had several of their pigtails cut off and had them scrubbed with brooms. This infuriated the Chinese because both acts are considered dishonorable.
Krauss Card No.: 202021   System ID: 15805


474) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Another batch of coolies ordered
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-08-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Only two lost out of 100, landed in Honolulu July 31. Captain Cass commended for his humanity.
Krauss Card No.: 202022   System ID: 15807


475) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Another batch of coolies ordered
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-07-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: R.C. Janion gives notice that Captain Cass of the bark Thetis is bringing more coolies.
Krauss Card No.: 202022   System ID: 15806


476) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: 410 coolies take ship bound to San Francisco
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-07-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are from Amoy. The Chinese butcher captain and mate, take over the ship, 380 escaped to an island near Formosa. Crew retook the ship and sailed back to Amoy. Ship was the Robert Bowne of New York.
Krauss Card No.: 202021   System ID: 15804


477) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Commits suicide at Hanalei
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-05-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Reports of Chinese coolies making trouble. Editor speaks of them as if they were a new breed of animal.
Krauss Card No.: 202020   System ID: 15803


478) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Portrait of Chinese emperor's agent delivered
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Receipt of a delivery of a portrait of H.E. Keying, high officer of the emperor of China, high imperial commissioner and governor general of the two Kwangs. Delivered by Captain John Cass to Foreign Minister R.C. Wyllie. To go to the King.
Krauss Card No.: 202018   System ID: 15801


479) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: First coolies arrive
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In the Thetis, started from Amoy with 180, lost 4 or 5. Captain Cass. They will be engaged for 5 years, $36 per year in addition to passage, food, clothing, housing. $6 advanced in China to be taken out of pay.
Also 20 boys hired as servants. Their employers advanced passage, will pay $24 per year. The editor hopes they will be treated well.
Krauss Card No.: 202019   System ID: 15802


480) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Starkey & Janion is to bring in coolies
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 200 from China in a ship 300 to 400 tons. Sailing the 1st of March.
Krauss Card No.: 202017   System ID: 15800


481) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Washing & Co. goes out of business
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Partners are Ayong and Achu. B.F. Snow asignee.
Krauss Card No.: 202017   System ID: 15799


482) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Raid catches Chinese gambling
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-10-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last Sunday, $70 to $80 on the table.
Krauss Card No.: 202016   System ID: 15798


483) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Thirteen Chinese tradesmen arrive
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: News item says 13 Chinamen arrived in Audax. Mechanics, laborers and tradespeople. Expected to be a profitable addition to the population. Arrived April 1.
Krauss Card No.: 202015   System ID: 15797


484) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Full page on war between British and China
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1841-07-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1; 2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More news on the fighting. There have been frequent stories on this during the past year.
Krauss Card No.: 202014   System ID: 15796


485) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Description of Chinese funeral
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1841-05-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Chinese merchant named Otai recently commited suicide on Maui where he was well known. Was buried last Tuesday at Manoa by the entire Chinese community. All in white, led by a band of music, and accompanied by many foreigners who came to see a Chinese funeral.
Krauss Card No.: 202013   System ID: 15795


486) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: Advertisement for Sam & Low, bakers from Canton
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1840-06-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Bakers
Krauss Card No.: 202012   System ID: 15794


487) Krauss Heading: Chinese
Title: United Chinese Society forms committee to solicite funds for poor Chinese plague victims
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-01   (Date transcribed from Krauss card may be incorrect. Day not known.)
Page (Column): 10 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chairman of committee is Yee Chin. Members are Hong Quon, Yim Quon, L. Ahlo, Chu Gem, Lum Yip, Young Chu, Quon C. Winan, T. Kat Poo and Wong Leong.
Krauss Card No.: 202285   System ID: 16641