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1) Krauss Heading: Tenney, E.D.
Title: 1st vice-president and manager of Castle & Cooke Ltd., denies amalgamation between Matson and Inter-Island Steam Nav.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star
Date: 1927-12-03
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Shipping.
Krauss Card No.: 1900390 [dc]   System ID: 47934


2) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in last minute election hoorah about paying county workers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star
Date: 1914-11-04
Page (Column): 1 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Loses election for mayor to Republican John C. Lane.
See also: Election
Krauss Card No.: 402217 [dc]   System ID: 25089


3) Krauss Heading: Kahanamoku, Duke
Title: May get place on Olympic relay swimming team
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: C.N. Daniels, U.S. great all around swimmer, can't make the Olympics in July and has asked that his name be scratched. Article names swimmers who might take his place, Duke is among them.
Krauss Card No.: 801166   System ID: 3330


4) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Supreme court holds that John H. Wilson was treated unfairly in belt road contract dispute
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101963 [dc]   System ID: 29735


5) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supreme Court holds that John H. Wilson was unfairly treated in Belt road contract dispute
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2), 12 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long transcript of Supreme Court ruling. Holds that the Belt Road Commission did not permit Wilson to show that he was a responsible bidder, by denying him the contract as low bidder they implied that he was and irresponsible bidder. Lower court decision to set aside the commission decision is affirmed.
So story in the Star, appeared in the Bulletin yesterday. The court also ruled that the specifications were defective so new bids will be called for.
Krauss Card No.: 1600395   System ID: 38778


6) Krauss Heading: Real Estate
Title: Unnamed Easterner pays $15,000 an acre for Waikiki real estate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki
Krauss Card No.: 1501543 [dc]   System ID: 3917


7) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: $15,000 an acre paid for Waikiki real esatate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: An unnamed Easterner paid $37,500 for 2-1/2 acres of practically unimproved Waikiki land, some of it beachfront. The property is just beyond the Campbell homestead, has 340 feet of beach frontage and was owned by F.S. Lyman, Jr. Most of it, however, is mauka of the road. The new owner has a winter home in Southern California and intends to put up a home in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 2001666   System ID: 51861


8) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: $15,000 an acre paid for Waikiki real esatate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: An unnamed Easterner paid $37,500 for 2-1/2 acres of practically unimproved Waikiki land, some of it beachfront. The property is just beyond the Campbell homestead, has 340 feet of beach frontage and was owned by F.S. Lyman, Jr. Most of it, however, is mauka of the road. The new owner has a winter home in Southern California and intends to put up a home in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 2001666   System ID: 51862


9) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Voted national committeeman at Democratic convention in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2101961 [dc]   System ID: 29731


10) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Nominated by party for delegate at Democratic convention
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100647 [dc]   System ID: 33218


11) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: McCandless nominated for delegate, John Wilson elected national committeeman
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3); 11 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The convention steamrollered over McCarthy who tried to object to the rules with no success, finally gave up. Quite a full account.
Krauss Card No.: 1401678   System ID: 43478


12) Krauss Heading: Ewaliko, David
Title: Labor leader from Hilo, attends Democratic convention in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wears McCandless button.
See also: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 402022 [dc]   System ID: 24666


13) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Is on rules committee at Democratic convention in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2101961 [dc]   System ID: 29729


14) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats meet in convention, John H. Wilson on rules committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Convention called to order in Knights of Pythias Hall at 10 a.m. today. Heavily stacked for McCandless. David Ewaliko, the Hilo labor leader who professed for McCarthy recently, wore a McCandless badge and was voted interpreter of the convention. Committees named. No business done except naming of committee and work of platform committee.
Krauss Card No.: 1401676   System ID: 43475


15) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats meet in convention, John H. Wilson on rules committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democratic given. NEWS OF TITANIC SINKING ON SAME PAGE AS NEWS OF DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Krauss Card No.: 1401676   System ID: 43476


16) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: L.A. Thurston quoted as saying he is looking for a new location for the paper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the paper has outgrown its quarters. Star says there is a rumor that the Hawaiian Gazette Co. has purchased property on King St.
Krauss Card No.: 1300602   System ID: 36339


17) Krauss Heading: Thurston, L.A.
Title: Is quoted as saying he is looking for a new location for the Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 1900989 [dc]   System ID: 52702


18) Krauss Heading: Weather
Title: Snow on Molokai
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Banner headline. First time in living memory. With the past few days patches of snow have appeared, visible from the seacoast, in the mountain tops back of Puako on the south side of the island.
Krauss Card No.: 2100530   System ID: 19109


19) Krauss Heading: Molokai
Title: Snow on mountains behind Pukoo
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Rare phenomenon.
See: Weather.
Krauss Card No.: 1101631   System ID: 35399


20) Krauss Heading: Kahanamoku, Duke
Title: Is on his way to swim on the mainland
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Report from Chicago says Olympic hopefuls worked out there. They are on the way to Pittsburg for tryouts.
Krauss Card No.: 801158   System ID: 3314


21) Krauss Heading: Kahanamoku, Duke
Title: Is on his way to swim on the mainland
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Photo of the Swimming Expedition taken on deck with a caption that identifies the party; Dudie Miller (companion), Vincent Genoves, Duke Kahanamoku, Lew B. Henderson, manager.
Krauss Card No.: 801158   System ID: 3313


22) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Johnny bids high on Waipilopilo sewer job
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Awards have not been made but figures for the bids are now available. They are Lord & Young Engineering Company, $54,157.53. Honolulu Construction Company, $55,000.05. L.M. Whitehouse, $58,841.55. And John H. Wilson, $59,131.80.
Krauss Card No.: 2101955   System ID: 29717


23) Krauss Heading: Lord & Young Engineering Co.
Title: Submit low bid on Waipilopilo sewer job
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Wilson, John H.].
Krauss Card No.: 1001290 [dc]   System ID: 31496


24) Krauss Heading: Kahanamoku, Duke
Title: Is on his way to swim on the mainland
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Headline reads, First Direct Word From The Local Olympic Games Swimmers. Story out of the San Francisco describes their trip across.
Krauss Card No.: 801158   System ID: 3311


25) Krauss Heading: Photography
Title: San Francisco photographer took views of the Floral Parade Feb. 22
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is A.C. Pillsbury of the Pillsbury Picture Co. in San Francisco. Well pleased with his photos, is now touring the Neighbor Islands.
Krauss Card No.: 1400048   System ID: 41103


26) Krauss Heading: Parade
Title: This year's Floral Parade excels everything gone before
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It is the 7th annual, today.
Krauss Card No.: 1301521   System ID: 37696


27) Krauss Heading: Volcano
Title: The Hawaii Kilauea National Park bill seems doomed in the U.S. Congress this session
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 2000559   System ID: 50732


28) Krauss Heading: Pound, Percy
Title: Has taken the lease on the Hau Tree Hotel in Waikiki, to become the Wailana
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki
Krauss Card No.: 1500621   System ID: 2315


29) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Percy Pound has taken the lease on tghe Hau Tree Hotel in Waikiki, it will become the Wailana
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is the old Robert Lewers place which E.P. Irwin has leased during the past two years when the Hau Tree came into business. Now Pound has taken the lease which runs for two more years, and an option to buy. He has 9 acres on the mauka side of kalia Road which he will use to build cottages with deep lanais for the hotel. There is good bathing here and it has been popular. J.A. Palmer, prop. of the Courtland, a family hotel in Honolulu, will also manage the Wailana.
Krauss Card No.: 2001664   System ID: 51859


30) Krauss Heading: Schools
Title: Architect's plans for Liliuokalani School in Kaimuki shown
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will be constructed of reinforced concrete. Story describes it.
Krauss Card No.: 1601699   System ID: 40496


31) Krauss Heading: Lord & Young Engineering Co.
Title: Contractors, have completed work on the Hawaiian Star building
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Newspaper].
Krauss Card No.: 1001289 [dc]   System ID: 31495


32) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: The Star will soon move in new quarters
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Rapid progress is being made by the contractors, Lord & Young, on The Star's new home on Merchant Street. The building is under roof and most of the plastering has been done, electrical wiring is to go in. The building will be ready for occupancy in about six weeks.
Krauss Card No.: 1300600   System ID: 36337


33) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Offers olive branch to Republican party
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801492 [dc]   System ID: 4534


34) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio offers olive branch to GOP party
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He says he will work with the Republican party at the National Convention, wants a Taft delegation sent to Chicago. Star says this uncomplicates things for the Republicans in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 1401647   System ID: 43209


35) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Asks postponement of vote to have both county and territorial conventions at same time
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100644 [dc]   System ID: 33212


36) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Belt road commission still refuses to give the contract to Wilson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They voted to appeal the decision which will take 60 days for an appeal to be made to the supreme court and a decision reached. Only Mayor Fern voted against the motion.
Krauss Card No.: 1600392   System ID: 38775


37) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: McCandless asked postponement of a vote to have both county and territorial conventions at the same time for Democrats
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A motion was made at a meeting of the Territorial Central Committee held at Honolulu Feb. 9 by Mr. Ryan that such a convention should combine both.
McCandless said he favors the move but requested that the vote be held off until more people could think about it. Could be a delaying tactic. McCandless ran the last territorial convention.
Krauss Card No.: 1401646   System ID: 43208


38) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Still feuding as hot as ever with Governor W. Frear
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801492 [dc]   System ID: 4533


39) Krauss Heading: Frear, Gov. Walter F.
Title: His feud with Kuhio continues in exchanges of charges
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 501097 [dc]   System ID: 22125


40) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: The Kuhio-Frear feud is still going, hotter than ever
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This story is Frear's answer to Kuhio's charges. The feud has been in the paper for the past two weeks.
Krauss Card No.: 1401645   System ID: 43207


41) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Wins a small contract for laying 6-inch pipes on Kamehameha IV Road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He bid $890 against a bid of $960 by L.M. Whitehouse and $1,000 by Honolulu Construction Co.
Krauss Card No.: 2101954   System ID: 29715


42) Krauss Heading: Jarrett, William
Title: Agrees with Link McCandless to end feud
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 800587 [dc]   System ID: 1564


43) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Agrees with rival Wm. Jarrett to kiss and make up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100644 [dc]   System ID: 33211


44) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: L.L. McCandless and Sheriff Jarrett find they agree in spite of the Advertiser
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Each promised to support the other during an unpremeditated meeting this morning. Col. McCarthy was present and endorsed the agreements. Jarrett promised to back McCandless for delegate and McCandless said he'd push Jarrett for sheriff because he has made good.
Meanwhile, Star says McCandless could get a lot of Republican support if Kuhio wins the GOP nomination for delegate because so many Republicans are mad at Kuhio.
Krauss Card No.: 1401644   System ID: 43206


45) Krauss Heading: Kahanamoku, Duke
Title: To give a swimming exhibition at 10 a.m. tomorrow
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To show gratitude for the money donated to send him to the mainland for the Olympic trials. The exhibition will be free, he will swim with Vincent Genoves, who also goes to the mainland.
Krauss Card No.: 801157   System ID: 3307


46) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Loses bid for another section of the belt road to Lord-Young
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In open meeting held at noon today in Mayor Fern's office, the belt road commission received bids for three projects including a portion of the belt road 10 miles between Wahiawa and Kipapa Gulch. The lowest bid was Lord-Young at $91,500. Then came A. Wilson at $105,295. Then J.H. Wilson at $119,358 and Honolulu Construction & Draying at $131,216. The bids were much higher than the commission expected, $10,000 higher than the engineer figured and more than there is money for.
Krauss Card No.: 2101953   System ID: 29713


47) Krauss Heading: Lord & Young Engineering Co.
Title: Wins $91,500 contract for another section of the Oahu belt road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Wilson, John H.].
Krauss Card No.: 1001288 [dc]   System ID: 31494


48) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Lord-Young wins$91,000 contract for another section of the belt road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Wilson, John H.
Krauss Card No.: 1600391   System ID: 38774


49) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Judge Whitney rules for Wilson, grants his request for an injunction to stop payment to opposition contractor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101952 [dc]   System ID: 29710


50) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Judge Whitney rules for Wilson, grants his request for injunction to stop payment to opposing contractor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Granted in circuit court this afternoon. The judge criticized the commission for not giving Wilson a chance to defend himself against allegations of incompetency.
Krauss Card No.: 1600391   System ID: 38773


51) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Cecil Brown and others to testify as to J.H. Wilson's responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Case goes to judge. Wilson's attorney roasts belt road commission.
Krauss Card No.: 2101951 [dc]   System ID: 29708


52) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Case goes to the judge
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson's attorney, M.F. Prosser, roasts the belt road commission, says they exceeded their authority, did not give Wilson a fair chance, had decided already that he would not get the bid, which was illegal.
Krauss Card No.: 1600390   System ID: 38772


53) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Cecil Brown and others testify as to J.H. Wilson's responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson case continued.
Krauss Card No.: 2101951 [dc]   System ID: 29704


54) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Cecil Brown and others testify as to J.H. Wilson's responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More telling testimony for Wilson, John Waterhouse.
Krauss Card No.: 2101951 [dc]   System ID: 29706


55) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: More telling testimony for Wilson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John Waterhouse says he told Commission chairman Adams that Wilson and McCandless were associated.
Krauss Card No.: 1600390   System ID: 38771


56) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Wilson case continued until Monday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No testimony quoted. More defense witnesses to be called. One para story.
Krauss Card No.: 1600388   System ID: 38768


57) Krauss Heading: Campbell, Marston
Title: Takes stand in Johnny Wilson Belt Road case
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Campbell called slippery on the stand.See: Roads
Krauss Card No.: 201274 [dc]   System ID: 13149


58) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Cecil Brown and others testify as to J.H. Wilson's responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Campbell called slippery on stand.
Krauss Card No.: 2101951 [dc]   System ID: 29703


59) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Marston Campbell slippery on the stand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Witnesses for the defense very evasive.
Krauss Card No.: 1600388   System ID: 38767


60) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Campbell called slippery on the stand.
See: Roads.
Krauss Card No.: 1600389   System ID: 38770


61) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Takes stand in court to testify as to his financial responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More testimony in Wilson case, sewer outfall contract discussed.
Krauss Card No.: 2101950   System ID: 29697


62) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Takes stand in court to testify as to his financial responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More testimony for J.H. Wilson. [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101950 [dc]   System ID: 29698


63) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Good testimony for Johnny Wilson in court
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1912-01-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Headline reads, Some Powerful Witnesses for John Wilson in Court. Wilson describes Pali road job, says B.F. Dillingham went his bond, that he arranged the financing. Much more about his arrangement with Link McCandless.
Krauss Card No.: 1600383   System ID: 38762


64) Krauss Heading: Wilson, Charles B.
Title: Is under heavy criticism as road supervisor by City & County supervisor Eben Low
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Is maintained as road supervisor by road committee on vote of 4 to 3. [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101653 [dc]   System ID: 28710


65) Krauss Heading: Wilson, Charles B.
Title: Is under heavy criticism as road supervisor by City & County supervisor Eben Low
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101653 [dc]   System ID: 28708


66) Krauss Heading: Low, Eben
Title: Supervisor, is going after road supervisor Charlie Wilson's scalp
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 1001339 [dc]   System ID: 31550


67) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supervisor Eben Low is going after Charlie Wilson's scalp
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The blowup will come tomorrow night when the board considers an overdraft of $5,000 for roads.
The road committee has been unable to run the road department because of interference from Murray and the big four. This makes Wilson independent of the road committee while the majority allows him to run things without any reference to the authority of the board in either money or mechanical matters.
Low is going to make a dead set against the unauthorized spending of money. And Wilson.
Krauss Card No.: 1600377   System ID: 38756


68) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: All of Wilson's charges except one thrown out by Judge Robinson, his responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101944 [dc]   System ID: 29678


69) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Judge Robinson yesterday threw out all of Wilson's charges but one, his responsibility
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The one point on which Wilson and his backers must now stand is his responsibility. The court also held that Wilson could bring his action only as a taxpayer and not as one of the bidders on the road job. So Johnny's charge of a conspiracy has no standing in Judge Robinson's court.
Krauss Card No.: 1600376   System ID: 38755


70) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Star says Wilson's charges discredited
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His published statement that a hui of contractors agreed not to bid less than $80,000 on the belt road brought a smile to the face of L.M. Whitehouse, says Star. "I have never heard of anything of the kind," Whitehouse said. "It sounds like ragtime. Wilson is evidently in the same class as Patterson, who raises a cry of 'conspiracy' when anything goes wrong with him. The public thinks there is an enormous profit in public contracts, if all those wild stories of buying off [unclear] contractors are believed."
Jack Young of Lord-Young denies he talked to anyone before submitting his bid. "We did not have our tender ready until very late. Said he worked all night until 2 o'clock in the morning to finish. Then Ed Lord came back and they made an adjustment or two, also said he figured in 10 per cent profit.
McCandless didn't want to talk about being approached but said there was something in it.
Krauss Card No.: 1600373   System ID: 38752


71) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Johnny's fortunes plummet, Lord-Young sign a contract, Link turning cool
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-10-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Contract was signed by Andrew Adams for the commission and by Edmund J. Lord of Lord-Young, and James L. Young, treas. & Manager of the company.
Krauss Card No.: 1600370   System ID: 38749


72) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Charlie Wilson maintained as road supervisor over protest of road committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The vote was 4 to three, all the members of the road committee voting for Wilson's ouster, other members of the board voting to keep him.
Krauss Card No.: 1600378   System ID: 38757


73) Krauss Heading: Bishop Museum
Title: Now open daily instead of Fridays and Saturdays
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-09-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The trustees made the decision yesterday. For a long time, Work(?) of the Promotions Committee, has been urging that the museum be open more than two days a week. Brigham, the curator, says there was a lot of work to catch up but it now almost completed. In the past, visitors could obtain permits to visit the museum on steamer days. The new open days will be daily except Sunday, Wednesday and holidays.
Krauss Card No.: 102124   System ID: 9861


74) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: The Waiahole water rights issue has up again with talk of boring a tunnel thru the Koolaus
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Tunnel].
Krauss Card No.: 2100350 [dc]   System ID: 17885


75) Krauss Heading: Tunnel
Title: [Koolau water tunnel]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now the question of water rights in Waikane and Waiahole Valleys has come up again. Frear has unearthed the injunction brought against Link McCandless years ago after he planned to use this water under a mainland prior appropriation law which is not recognized in Hawaii. The injunction was never pushed because McCandless took no action to use the water. Oahu Sugar apparently bases its claim to the water on the McCandless claim. Frear disputes the claim, says the government owns.
Krauss Card No.: 2000108   System ID: 50257


76) Krauss Heading: Tunnel
Title: Star says the military is discussing the boring of a tunnel for a road at the head of Kalihi Valley
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story says military engineers have explored and mapped the Koolau Mountains and have convinced themselves the only route across the Koolaus for vehicles and guns is over the Pali. So a vehicular tunnel through the mountains from Kalihi Valley would speed up communication and defense of the island. This because the Pali Road is tortuous and a tunnel from Kalihi would bring the windward side within half an hour of Honolulu. The story says a water tunnel through the mountains has almost been decided upon by Oahu Plantation.
Krauss Card No.: 2000107   System ID: 50256


77) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: Koolau water tunnel again in the news
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: San Francisco engineer here to begin the work. [See: Tunnel].
Krauss Card No.: 2100349 [dc]   System ID: 17884


78) Krauss Heading: Tunnel
Title: Koolau water tunnel again in the news
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says Engineer Joseph B. Lippencott is here from San Francisco to begin the matter. The tunnel would bring water from Waikane and Waiahole valleys to the leeward side for Oahu Plantation and would probably mean the end of rice culture on the windward side. The water is worth more growing sugar cane.
Krauss Card No.: 2000106   System ID: 50255


79) Krauss Heading: Wilson, Charles B.
Title: To be appointed road supervisor for Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-08-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101652 [dc]   System ID: 28704


80) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors are expected to put their plan into execution on Monday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They will appoint road supervisor an assistant engineer under county engineer Gere at $175 a month with a promise of a raise to $200 which he told them he is entitled to. It is said Wilder will accept this offer. Then Charlie Wilson will be appointed road supervisor of Honolulu under Gere. Mayor Fern calls the move a "political machine deal." Supervisor Murphy said it is for the good of efficiency.
Krauss Card No.: 521   System ID: 12020


81) Krauss Heading: Wilder, Ellwood C.
Title: Appointed road supervisor of Honolulu to replace J.H. Wilson, is bumped up to assistant engineer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101251 [dc]   System ID: 27098


82) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Star reports that it appears Wilder will resign and Charlie Wilson will be appointed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: If this happens, then the much-talked-of legal contest over that office will not come off.
Krauss Card No.: 300520   System ID: 12019


83) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Belt road politics heating up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Belt Road Commission has decided that private contractors will build the island belt roads for which the legislature has appropriated some funds. Fulfilling a party pledge that a lot of GOP workers would get jobs on the road.
Now the commission has decided that private contractors will build the belt roads and men will work for their pay no matter what party they belong to. So some of the politicians can't keep their promises of jobs and are very unhappy.
The counties may go to court for the right to handle the big sums of road money.
Krauss Card No.: 1600350   System ID: 38731


84) Krauss Heading: Surfing
Title: Surfing is the latest fad of high society at Newport Beach, Rhode Island
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Named as neophyte surfers are Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt, Mrs. French Vanderbilt, Mrs. Joseph Harriman, et cetera.
Krauss Card No.: 1801976   System ID: 49989


85) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Now road Supervisor Wilder complains of interference by the supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2, 5 & 7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says they hired a man over his head in his department who hasn't done anything. Has a long tale of woe about his luna unable to follow orders, can't send in reports. He's trying to get at the cost of road repair but hasn't the help to do it . Everything he wants done he has to do himself. Meanwhile, the supervisors babble on about how they are trying to clean up the department.
Krauss Card No.: 300519   System ID: 12018


86) Krauss Heading: Kaai, Ernest
Title: Hawaiian musician and his group return from New Zealand in the Zealandia
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Entertained all the way.
See also: Music
Krauss Card No.: 801040 [dc]   System ID: 2491


87) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor's veto overridden by expected 6 to 1 vote
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The ordinance places the road department under city engineer Gere but, Democrats claim, does not give him power to hire and fire. Thus, as Fern stated in his veto message, it is unconstitutional. The matter will probably end up in court. The man slated by the board for the road supervisor's job in the Honolulu district is Charlie Wilson.
Krauss Card No.: 3003518   System ID: 12017


88) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Ernest Kaai and his group return from New Zealand in the Zealandia
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kaai was on the bridge on arrival this morning and the passengers say their music across the Pacific was heavenly. Big crowd on hand to greet the returning combo.
Krauss Card No.: 1102279   System ID: 36596


89) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Another block may arise in the board-mayor fight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The supervisors will meet this morning and are expected to override the mayor's veto of their ordinance No. 23 reorganizing the road dept., taking away the mayor's right to appoint the supervisor and putting roads under the city engineer. The mayor threatens to take the matter to court but the board says it is a bluff. There is talk that the board will appoint Charlie Wilson, father of John H., and a Republican, to the post. But Supervisor Wilder, incumbent, may refuse to vacate his post.
Krauss Card No.: 300517   System ID: 12016


90) Krauss Heading: Perrett, Frank A.
Title: Here to direct team in study of the volcano
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
See: Volcano.
Krauss Card No.: 1301993 [dc]   System ID: 38223


91) Krauss Heading: Volcano
Title: Experts from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are stringing cables across Halemaumau
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To lower apparatus into the hot lava. Frank A. Perret, director of the team, says Kilauea Volcano is even more interesting than he expected.
Krauss Card No.: 2000553   System ID: 50726


92) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star says that Democrats are split over McCandless
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: While Republicans worry over the possible split in ranks as a result of the Kuhio-Frear feud, Democrats have their own problem over pro and con McCandless people. He is all set to run again, never stops, pointing to the fact that he has gotten more votes against the invincible Kuhio than any other Democrat.
However, Col. C.J. McCarthy is mentioned as a candidate for delegate, so is W.A. Kinney, an anti-McCandless man like McCarthy and Watson. They don't intend to let Link run the next convention as he did the last.
Krauss Card No.: 1401639   System ID: 43200


93) Krauss Heading: Duisenberg, E.G.
Title: Pays $10,000 for seat on Honolulu Stock Exchange
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-13 (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: Stock Exchange
Krauss Card No.: 401281 [dc]   System ID: 21290


94) Krauss Heading: Stock Exchange
Title: Duisenberg, E.G., pays $10,000 for seat on Honolulu Stock Exchange
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is a record, says Star, the previous high being $7,500. There are 5 applicants for seats at $10,000 and one has offered that much for half interest in a seat.
Krauss Card No.: 1801149   System ID: 48905


95) Krauss Heading: Baldwin, Henry P.
Title: Died at 8 p.m. yesterday at his home on Maui
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Long obituary continued on page 2.
Krauss Card No.: 101300   System ID: 8486


96) Krauss Heading: Fruit Fly
Title: Steps are being taken to eradicate the Mediterranian fruit fly
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Many stories have run in past months about the ravages of the insect. Now action is to be taken. The story tells about a meeting of the Board of Agriculture and Forestry.
Krauss Card No.: 501172   System ID: 22240


97) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: The superintendent of the settlement says the patients like movies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: However, the Johnson-Jeffries fight fell flat although they asked for it. What they like are westerns, cowboy, Indian and comic pictures.
Krauss Card No.: 1000595   System ID: 30251


98) Krauss Heading: Wages
Title: Wages given for city and county employees
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Their salaries are to go up. Sheriff made $200 per month, will make $250. City Engineer made $250, will make $300.
Krauss Card No.: 2000713   System ID: 50924


99) Krauss Heading: Fire Department
Title: $12,000 set aside by supervisors for a chemical auto fire engine
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The purchase of an auto fire engine has been discussed for some time and stories have run. This is the first concrete action.
Krauss Card No.: 500356   System ID: 20581


100) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Supervisors decide as a policy to pave downtown streets
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Have set aside $24,000 for King Street.
Krauss Card No.: 1801364   System ID: 49150


101) Krauss Heading: Honolulu
Title: Entire city works at cleaning up Honolulu to prevent another cholera epidemic
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This cleanup project has received wide publicity for months. Today is the big day and the job proved to be bigger than expected, says the headline.
Krauss Card No.: 700375   System ID: 16143


102) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: The government in Washington has given approval to the dry dock contractor to sink 12,000 piles
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story describes what went wrong the first time.
Krauss Card No.: 1301881   System ID: 38084


103) Krauss Heading: Airplane
Title: Masson, the aviator, crashed this morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He was trying to make an exhibition flight for soldiers at Leilehua (near Schofield Barracks) when the plane crashed. He was uninjured, but the wooden parts of his monoplane were wrecked and the engine damaged.
Krauss Card No.: 100372   System ID: 6593


104) Krauss Heading: Fernandez, Eddie K.
Title: Arrived June 21 in the Claudine from Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 500005   System ID: 19625


105) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Plans for the Mahukona Harbor improvements almost ready
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)11 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Gov. Frear hopes to soon get started on a land swap which will remove friction between the Mahukona Railway Co. and the government. The company will use the north side of the harbor and the public the south side. The story says the company plans extensive improvements hand in hand with the government.
Krauss Card No.: 600786   System ID: 25479


106) Krauss Heading: Airplane
Title: Another aviator has come to Hawaii, plans to fly over Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was to fly from Leilehua to Kapiolani Park this morning, but the wind was too strong, he said. Toof off a couple times, but landed again. His name is Masson. Star reports that people were standing on street corners looking at the sky waiting for the flying machine to go by. People vacated buildings for the event which did not come off. Business was at a standstill.
Krauss Card No.: 100371   System ID: 6592


107) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Report on homesteads on Hawaii; good and bad
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The report says that homesteaders have fulfilled their pledges to build houses and plant trees, but the houses were very small, only big enough to camp in. And the homesteaders moved off as soon as possible leaving the trees choked by weeds. The homesteaders say the road is impassable. Also that too many road blocks are put in the way of homesteaders.
Krauss Card No.: 902002   System ID: 10497


108) Krauss Heading: Fernandez, Eddie
Title: Has bought the Gaity Theater in Hilo for $2,000
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 500004   System ID: 19622


109) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Blasts Frear, says the governor has favored the interests of the wealthy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-13 (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: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801490 [dc]   System ID: 4531


110) Krauss Heading: Accident
Title: A rash of auto accidents has been making headlines
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The latest is this story about a young Hawaiian driver, Joseph Kalana, who was killed in a smash up after coming over the Pali.
Krauss Card No.: 100071   System ID: 5595


111) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio on the mainland blasts Frear
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The San Francisco Examiner quotes Kuhio as saying, "Governor Frear is unsuitable for the position he holds. Nearly every act he has performed since he came into office has been in the interests of the wealthy class and to the disadvantage of the common people. With the material in my possession I hope to prove to the President that the reappointment of Frear to his position will spell calamity to Hawaii."
Krauss Card No.: 1401638   System ID: 43199


112) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Kauai is to have a homestead association
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kauai is to have another homestead settlement assn. which will be known as the Omao Homestead Settlement Assn. and which will be conducted along the lines governing the successful Kalaheo Homesteads. Frear said he has withdrawn 51 lots from the next big land drawing, they are near McBryde plantation.
Krauss Card No.: 902001   System ID: 10495


113) Krauss Heading: Boys Scouts
Title: Camp Wilder on Molokai will be put in service soon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story describes who will be in charge, activities. The camp is named after James Wilder whose idea it was.
Krauss Card No.: 200534   System ID: 11399


114) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: Fishing excellent after 42 days tabu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A cholera epidemic caused a ban on fishing for 42 days, it was lifted today and fishermen were out in force making large catches. Fish reported swarming, greedily taking the bait. Large catches of weke and upapalu on the reef. Squidders and limu pickers out in force.
Krauss Card No.: 500520   System ID: 21009


115) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Booked on a special excursion of the Mauna Kea to Kauai and Maui
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 2101940   System ID: 29637


116) Krauss Heading: Pond, Percy M.
Title: Has purchased eight eighers [sic] of Waikiki swamp land from Bishop Estate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will reclaim it for house lots
See: Waikiki
Krauss Card No.: 1500339   System ID: 1636


117) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Another mayor-supervisor deadlock looms
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It appears that the new road superintendent, a Democrat, Wilder, has fired Republican bookkeeper Ander [sic], Republican, following well defined rumors that Anderson has signed a Republican precinct roll. Now the Supervisors are after Wilder's scalp. The legislature in last session took away the power of appointment from the mayor so the supervisors are sharpening their axe for the time when the law goes into effect, July 1. Meanwhile, the Democrats assure Mayor Fern that the new law is unconstitutional and they will knock it out.
Krauss Card No.: 300515   System ID: 12014


118) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Percy M. Pond is reclaiming swamp for house lots
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He recently bought about eight acres for $400 an acre from Bishop Estate at Kalakaua Avenue and Saratoga Road, is now carting dirt from his dairy adjoining Kapiolani Park to fill in the swamp and make house lots. Bishop Estate is now getting estimates on filling in 75 acres from the Sheridan area to Mochizuki Club. This is a famous duck pond area which produces many mosquitoes.
Krauss Card No.: 2001667   System ID: 51863


119) Krauss Heading: Ewaliko, David
Title: President of Hilo Labor Union, to Seattle for convention of International Longshoremen's Union
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Union
Krauss Card No.: 402018 [dc]   System ID: 24660


120) Krauss Heading: Union
Title: The Hilo Labor Union holds a hot meeting
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-06-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Union is sending David Ewaliko, president, to Seattle to attend a convention of the International Longshoremen's Union. Before he left he called an open public meeting (union meetings cannot be political so this was not an official union meeting) to take nominations for tax assessor. Hot discussion followed, three names proposed and George Williams, the land agent, was chosen. His name was sent to Frear. Then Ewaliko closed the meeting.
Krauss Card No.: 2000259   System ID: 50427


121) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio leaves today in the S.S. Wilhelmina, does not shake hands with Frear
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Frear said he didn't get a chance to shake Kuhio's hand on departure but would have liked to, just missed him.
The story says Kuhio will do all he can to see that Frear is not re-appointed governor. Kuhio has not announced that he is seeking the post but it is believed that he wants it badly.
Krauss Card No.: 1401637   System ID: 43198


122) Krauss Heading: Rougier, Father
Title: Arrived this morning in the S.S. Marama from Australia and Fiji
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is known as the King of Fanning Island as is believed to own it. A cable station is on the island.
Krauss Card No.: 1600743   System ID: 39200


123) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Falls of Clyde, American ship, left this morning for Gaviota
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Where she goes to load oil for this port on account of the Associated Oil Co. She only arrived on Saturday from Monterey.
Krauss Card No.: 1700094   System ID: 43337


124) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Kuhio refuses to comment on the Fairchld Plan
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Sec. 2; 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Fairchild resolution asks congress to amend the Organic Act so that cultivated lands may be utilized to their full value in relation to the sugar industry to produce revenue for the maintenance of education and immigration.
Krauss Card No.: 902000   System ID: 10492


125) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: The Record, Democratic newspaper, says Kuhio supports McCandless who will run again
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star says the prediction that Link will again be a candidate for delegate is interesting because there is considerable opposition to him in the Democratic party, namely Kinney, Watson and others. The paper is quoted, "Kuhio shows his manly spirit in promising his support to McCandless for the delegateship. The Prince, with his love of fair plane [sic] and his high sense of self respect, cannot be a candidate for delegate again and is acting only as a good citizen and in the interest of Hawai'i by throwing his influence to McCandless in the next campaign."
Krauss Card No.: 1401636   System ID: 43197


126) Krauss Heading: Boy Scouts
Title: James Wilder, recently returned from Paris, wants to establish a Boy Scout camp on Molokai
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It would be for 100 or more boys and would last for a month or so. He says such camps are popular in England. Boys from Honolulu would camp on Molokai.
Krauss Card No.: 200533   System ID: 11398


127) Krauss Heading: Wilder, James
Title: Wants to start Boy Scout camp on Molokai
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Boy Scouts].
Krauss Card No.: 2101268 [dc]   System ID: 27138


128) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Contractor gives up trying to pump out the dry dock under construction
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-05-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The bottom of the ocean there is such that pumping isn't possible. Now the contractor will sink piles to form an artificial floor on which he can lay the bottom of the dry dock. This entails some months delay.
Krauss Card No.: 1301880   System ID: 38083


129) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Legislature has passed Fairchild land measure
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Provides for leasing of public lands to plantations to pay for public schools and homesteads. Critics say it benefits only the plantations.
See: Legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 901999 [dc]   System ID: 10489


130) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: The legislature has passed a law that removes appointment powers from the mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 300514 [dc]   System ID: 12013


131) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Democrats comment on work of the legislature
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: G.J. Waller, a Democratic leader, admitted that the legislature has accomplished some good work but lamented the passage of the Fairchild land measure which provides for the leasing of public lands to plantations to pay for public schools and for homesteads.
Waller said it will not in any way benefit homesteaders, only plantations. He also lamented the nonpassage of the belt road measure, a promise the GOP made.
Edmond Norrie, who is coming out with a new Democratic newspaper, said the measure stripping the mayor of powers was a mean gesture.
Krauss Card No.: 1000318   System ID: 29260


132) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Edmond Norrie is said to be coming out with a new Democratic newspaper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Legislature].
Krauss Card No.: 1300595 [dc]   System ID: 36332


133) Krauss Heading: Norrie, Edmund
Title: Said to be coming out with new Democratic newspaper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1300884 [dc]   System ID: 36935


134) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Second, less elaborate, primary bill still has a chance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has passed second reading in the house.
Krauss Card No.: 401626   System ID: 22804


135) Krauss Heading: Mitamura, Dr.
Title: Owner of large fleet of power sampans
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Sampan
Krauss Card No.: 1101501 [dc]   System ID: 35241


136) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Belt road veto by governor is immediately overridden by the house
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Belt road bill dies in the senate. The vote failed to override the governor's veto.
Krauss Card No.: 1600349   System ID: 38730


137) Krauss Heading: Sampans
Title: Large power sampan stolen last night, not found yet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The engine is 30 horsepower, the boat is well stocked with rice and ice. Owned by Dr. Mitamura who owns a large fleet of power sampans manned by Japanese fishermen.
The Democrats plan to attack the Fairchild resolution in Washington
Krauss Card No.: 1601422   System ID: 40178


138) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: A bill to permit theaters to open on Sunday was killed 25 to 4 in the house
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 1900757   System ID: 52435


139) Krauss Heading: Solar Energy
Title: Advertisement for Sun Heathers to heat bath water
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)11 (1-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Sold by W.B. Craw, P.O. Box 569, Honolulu, or contact him at the Trent Trust Company. The ad says it is ideal for Kaimuki, Manoa, Nuuanu Valley and all over Honolulu.
Krauss Card No.: 1800585   System ID: 48259


140) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Belt road veto by governor is immediately overridden by the house
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The governor's veto message says it is obvious that the bill was passed to carry out a pledge in the Republican platform. But at the time it was predicated on a surplus that it turns out does not exist. Nevertheless, lawmakers insisted on passage of the measure whether they can pay for it or not.
Krauss Card No.: 1600349   System ID: 38729


141) Krauss Heading: Real Estate
Title: Several big real estate developments are being advertised around town
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Full page ad by the Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd. for bungalows, artistically constructed with brownstone foundations.
Krauss Card No.: 1501542   System ID: 3914


142) Krauss Heading: Real Estate
Title: Several big real estate developments are being advertised around town
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)11 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Full page ad for the new Woodland Tract, exclusive home sites in Manoa Valley, Chas. S. Desky.
Krauss Card No.: 1501542   System ID: 3915


143) Krauss Heading: Real Estate
Title: Several big real estate developments are being advertised around town
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)19 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Full page advertising Makiki. Beautiful, lots on Wilder, Lunalilo, Piikoi, Kewalo and Liholiho Sts, 15ยข per square foot. Dondero & Lansing, 83 Merchant St.
Krauss Card No.: 1501542   System ID: 3916


144) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Direct primary bill dies in the senate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The bill was tabled by vote of 10 to 4 on the grounds that it was confusing, and not good in any way.
Krauss Card No.: 401626   System ID: 22803


145) Krauss Heading: Ainahau
Title: Territory House turns down Ainahau as a public park
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was his dying gift to the people of Hawaii. The bill accepting the gift came up for final reading in the House and was rejected this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 100356   System ID: 6575


146) Krauss Heading: Cholera
Title: An epidemic has been in progress for about a month
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Cholera quarantine ends today.
Krauss Card No.: 300115   System ID: 10999


147) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: The legislature has passed and Governor Frear signed today a bill that gives Liliuokalani a pension
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Of $1,250 per month for the rest of her life effective July 1, 1911.
Krauss Card No.: 1001059   System ID: 31231


148) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Garden Island, Kaui weekly, burned out March 20 total loss, no insurance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At 1 am today.
Krauss Card No.: 1300594   System ID: 36331


149) Krauss Heading: Smith, Jared G.
Title: Resigns as Kona Tobacco Co. manager
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called a tobacco pioneer.
Krauss Card No.: 1800037   System ID: 43931


150) Krauss Heading: Tobacco
Title: Jared Smith resigns as Kona Tobacco Company manager
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called tobacco pioneer.
Krauss Card No.: 1901056 [dc]   System ID: 52780


151) Krauss Heading: Prison
Title: Legislative visit to Boys' Industrial School at Waialae is a schocker
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The legislators were shocked to see three boys wearing ball and chain. The superintendent explained that one of them had run away 11 times and must be made an example of or the others would also. The boys said they were beaten with garden hose, straps, etc, by Hawaiian lunas which is why they run away. Other boys said they received cruel treatment.
Krauss Card No.: 1500761   System ID: 2660


152) Krauss Heading: Cholera
Title: An epidemic has been in progress for about a month
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To date 27 cases reported and 21 deaths.
Krauss Card No.: 300115   System ID: 10997


153) Krauss Heading: Cholera
Title: An epidemic has been in progress for about a month
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In a related story, Chinese poi factories have been ordered closed recently to stop the epidemic. Today's story says the Chinese poi growers are now refusing to sell poi to the Kalihi Poi factory so there will be a severe poi shortage. It is believed the growers, or some of them, are under contract to the Chinese poi mills.
Krauss Card No.: 300115   System ID: 10998


154) Krauss Heading: Poi
Title: Chinese poi factories have been ordered to close because of cholera epidemic
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chinese growers now refuse to sell poi to Kalihi Poi Factory.
See: Cholera.
Krauss Card No.: 1400454 [dc]   System ID: 41685


155) Krauss Heading: Clemons, Charles F.
Title: Replaces Chief Justice Hartwell on the Supreme Court
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Courts.
Krauss Card No.: 301213 [dc]   System ID: 13896


156) Krauss Heading: Courts
Title: Chief Justice Hartwell of the Supreme Court retires
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Alexander M. Robertson, of the 2nd judgeship of the federal court, replaces him in elaborate ceremony. Many dignitaries on hand.
Krauss Card No.: 301813   System ID: 15095


157) Krauss Heading: Courts
Title: Chief Justice Hartwell of the Supreme Court retires
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 94) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Charles F. Clemons was installed to replace Robertson.
Krauss Card No.: 301813   System ID: 15097


158) Krauss Heading: Hartwell, Chief Justice Alfred S.
Title: Retires from the Supreme Court
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Courts.
Krauss Card No.: 600915 [dc]   System ID: 25866


159) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Kukui, lighthouse tender, rams and sinks Moi Wahine, schooner
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Stories of both captains. See Shipwreck.
Krauss Card No.: 1700746 [dc]   System ID: 44417


160) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Moi Wahine, schooner, sunk by Kukui, lighthouse tender in collision
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Statements of both captains. See Shipwreck.
Krauss Card No.: 1700936 [dc]   System ID: 44656


161) Krauss Heading: Shipwreck
Title: Moi Wahine, schooner, sunk by Kukui
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Statements made by both captains. Captain Sam Mana says the Moi Wahine was off Palaau, Molokai on Monday about 8:30 p.m. when a steamer who first took to be the Lurline rammed the schooner. Then continued on before circling to use her searchlights but she was too far away to pick up anything. If the steamer had stopped when she struck and lowered her boats, men would have been saved. Described his drift on two boards, coming ashore on Lanai. Captain Keriger of the Kukui said he had been on his feet 18 hours, went to his bunk, was awakened b a crash. Second officer was on duty, said a schooner had run into us. Turned the ship around but could find nothing. Men on watch said the impact was a slight one.
Krauss Card No.: 1701897   System ID: 46019


162) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Kukui, lighthouse tender, rams and sinks Moi Wahine, schooner
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See Shipwreck.
Krauss Card No.: 1700746 [dc]   System ID: 44416


163) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Moi Wahine, schooner, sunk by Kukui, lighthouse tender in collision
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: First report. See Shipwreck.
Krauss Card No.: 1700936 [dc]   System ID: 44655


164) Krauss Heading: Shipwreck
Title: Moi Wahine, schooner, sunk by Kukui
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Message from Lahaina says, March 2, 2:30 p.m. to the Star - Moi Wahine sank. Seven sailors drowned. Captain Sam only person saved. He drifted in on a plant at Awalua, Lanai, yesterday p.m. and has just arrived at Lahaina. By wireless.
Krauss Card No.: 1701897   System ID: 46018


165) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Toots Paka making a name as a Hawaiian in East
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: From the Buffalo Inquirer. Like the old time Southern darkies, the natives of Hawaii have been singing for many generations weird, crooning, haunting airs...with the advent of the white man the Hawaiians improved their musical instruments, taking with especial fondness to the guitar. There are many marvelous performers on the guitar in the islands, and one of them has been brought to this country by Miss Paka. He plays when the hula hula girls appears in "The Echo," and few grand opera airs ever commanded closer attention than he does when he plays his own version of "My Rosary,"
Toots Paka's dances are an exhibition of a peculiar kind of nimbleness. Personally, she is of striking appearance, tall, large framed, with flashing black eyes and long, inky black hair. She wears a robe of dazzling colors, and further shows the fondness of the native Kanaka for gimcracks and geegaws by wearing as many rings on her fingers and as many bracelets as her strong supple wrists will sustain. She has been offered to take her present company to London for a long stay.
Krauss Card No.: 1102277   System ID: 36595


166) Krauss Heading: Paka, Toots
Title: Story about haole hula dancer married to Hawaiian musician, performing in the East
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-03-01 (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]
See: Music.
Krauss Card No.: 1301315 [dc]   System ID: 37449


167) Krauss Heading: Logan, Daniel
Title: Is now editor of Star business page
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1001229 [dc]   System ID: 31422


168) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Daniel Logan is now editor of the business page
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1300593   System ID: 36330


169) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Stary approves of the appointment of E.C. Wilder as road superintendent in place of Wilson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Under Mr. Wilder the roads will have undivided attention. Somebody else must run the primaries.
Krauss Card No.: 1401635   System ID: 43196


170) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: His salary reduced from $150 per month to $100
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson puts his refusal in writing. [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101938 [dc]   System ID: 29633


171) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Johnny Wilson defies supervisors in writing
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Road supervisor Wilson today put in writing his refusal to accept the board of supervisor's orders regarding his department. He sent a letter to Supervisor Kruger, chairman of the health committee, refusing to turn over the garbage department to the board. The board may now take steps to seize the property of the garbage department, which includes a large number of mules in the government stables. Wilson declines to accept his discharge as garbage superintendent, his cut in salary or the order to discharge clerks. The supervisors are undecided whether to use force.
Krauss Card No.: 300508   System ID: 11892


172) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Johnny Wilson makes a public statement defying the supervisors, says they have no legal standing
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)11 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long statement worth copying.
Krauss Card No.: 300509   System ID: 12008


173) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: His salary reduced from $150 per month to $100
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)11 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long statement by Wilson, says board has no legal standing.
Krauss Card No.: 2101938 [dc]   System ID: 29634


174) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor says he'll appoint Johnny's father if he fires Johnny
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: When asked by a supervisor to fire Johnny. Meanwhile, Johnny has refused to turn the garbage department over to health and sanitation chairman Frank Kruger and to the city physician this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 300506   System ID: 11890


175) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: His salary reduced from $150 per month to $100
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Johnny refuses to turn garbage department over to Frank Kruger.
Krauss Card No.: 2101938 [dc]   System ID: 29631


176) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Wilson defies the board, keeps clerks on duty
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This morning clerk Cathcart and Lawelawe were both at work in the road supervisor's office, though notice was sent to Wilson more than a week ago that the board wanted to dispense with their services. "Are you working for nothing?" asked a supervisor who called at the office. The clerks replied that they expected to get their salaries. They were told that the salaries had been stricken from the appropriation bill. The reply was made that Wilson had told them to remain on duty, and that they would get their salaries.
The mayor commented that it did seem to him that the supervisors were playing politics with all their resolutions. The supervisors were horrified by the thought.
Krauss Card No.: 300502   System ID: 11887


177) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors resolve to ask the mayor to fire Wilson, he declines
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Sec. 2, 1 (1-2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wording of the resolutions, all the whereases, in the story.
Krauss Card No.: 300506   System ID: 11889


178) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Board tries to cut Wilson's salary to $75 a month, motion held up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson defies board, keeps clerks working. [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101937 [dc]   System ID: 29628


179) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: His salary reduced from $150 per month to $100
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) [section 2] (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supervisor ask mayor to fire Wilson, he declines.
Krauss Card No.: 2101938 [dc]   System ID: 29630


180) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Star analyses Wilson-board relationship
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Not that Wilson is not a good man but he won't do what he is told; he won't mind, nor will he run things the way the road committee would like. His salary has already been cut down to $150, but it is not in the power of the board to eliminate the pay, and if Wilson is willing to work along at the reduced rate, he may stay on unless the mayor will remove him. If he does not name Wilson's successor there is nothing left for the board to do but request him to do so, and should he then refuse, then get along as best they can with Wilson doing pretty much as he pleases.
Krauss Card No.: 300501   System ID: 11886


181) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Board tries to cut Wilson's salary to $75 a month, motion held up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-02-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star analyses Wilson, says he's a good engineer but won't do as he's told. [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101937 [dc]   System ID: 29627


182) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: City Atty. rules that the board does not have the power to consolidate the road supervisor job with that of county engineer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2-Jan (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Neither can they cut his salary entirely but they can reduce it. Star says it is likely that Wilson will fight a salary reduction to $75 because his job should have a salary commensurate with its importance.
Krauss Card No.: 300495   System ID: 11882


183) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Republican supervisors in secret meet, call Wilson names
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It's true, the board can't do away with road supervisor job but they can reduce the pay. [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101936 [dc]   System ID: 29623


184) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Walter G. Smith arrived in the Sierra this morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has been in San Francisco for 16 months connected with the Chronicle and Argonaut. He will take over editorship of the Hawaiian Star in a few days, his health is fully restored. His furniture is in storage and as soon as he finds a bungalow, he will be at home. He is now staying at the Young Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 1300589   System ID: 36325


185) Krauss Heading: Smith, Walter G.
Title: Arrives in the Sierra this morning, will take over editorship of Hawaiian Star in a few days
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has been in San Francisco for 16 months.
See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 1800090 [dc]   System ID: 46575


186) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Board and mayor still at loggerheads
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-13 (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 signs of agreement at the board meeting tonight. The board has investigated charges that Travis, the incumbent overseer in Ewa, hauled voters to the polls with government mules. Say it is partially true but they view the infraction with leniency because he is efficient. Mayor Fern wants to appoint Democrat John H. De Fries whom the board refuses to confirm.
Krauss Card No.: 300488   System ID: 11875


187) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor threatens to hold up the appropriations bill in retaliation for the board's refusal to confirm his appointments
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star says the threat seems to make the board feel more strongly against him. Call it a bluff.
Krauss Card No.: 300485   System ID: 11872


188) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: What is the effect of the refusal of the board to confirm Wilson?
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One side argues that he is no longer road supervisor because his term ran out at the end of the year. The fact that the mayor reappointed him indicates this. However the board is prepared to operate under the proposal that he is in office until his successor is appointed. Anyway, they plan to merge his job with that of the county engineer and to cut off his salary which will eliminate him.
Krauss Card No.: 300481   System ID: 11869


189) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Fern makes earnest plea for Wilson at last night board meeting
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Said he nominated Gere for engineer when he could have nominated Wilson, but did not. Went along with a Republican. Now the board refuses to confirm Wilson, a Democrat. Dem supervisor McClellan said the Republicans were playing politics, pure and simple. Low was outraged at such a suggestion. The mayor complained that Ewa road overseer (a Republican) had taken voters to the polls with government mules. Low said they would look into this.
Krauss Card No.: 300482   System ID: 11870


190) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Republican board of supervisors will probably try to oust him as road supervisor for Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Board of supervisors has refused to confirm Wilson.
Krauss Card No.: 2101935 [dc]   System ID: 29617


191) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Republican board of supervisors will probably try to oust him as road supervisor for Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mayor Joe Fern makes earnest plea for Wilson at board meet last nite.
Krauss Card No.: 2101935 [dc]   System ID: 29618


192) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors schedule a cut in road work for next three months
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Road work in Honolulu to be cut in half from what it has been for the past six months.
Krauss Card No.: 300479   System ID: 11866


193) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisor Low is now being harmonious
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star explains that his insurgency was due to his feeling that the post he was assigned, chairman of the ways and means committee, deprived him of rightful power. On the board, ways and means had been stripped of the power it usually holds in legislative bodies, is usually the most powerful. The board seems to be wiling to re-instate that power and Low is now more agreeable and willing to accept the assignment. It appears that Mayor Fern may have been hoping to enlist the support of Low against his fellow Republicans, but that won't work now.
Krauss Card No.: 300478   System ID: 11865


194) Krauss Heading: Health
Title: Anti-spitting ordinance goes into effect
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Went into effect today. Sheriff Jarrett has instructed his policemen to put an end to this evil. Henceforth it is against the law to spit on public sidewalks or in other public places including buildings. Violators are liable to a fine of $1 to $10.
Krauss Card No.: 601791   System ID: 27840


195) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Tries slight of hand maneuver with board of supervisors to get Johnny Wilson appointed, doesn't work
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County
Krauss Card No.: 402209 [dc]   System ID: 25071


196) Krauss Heading: Movies
Title: Idea of making westerns in Hawaii abandoned
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1911-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.B. O'Brien was exploring the project, has given it up and is returning to the mainland.
Krauss Card No.: 1101949   System ID: 35824


197) Krauss Heading: Airplane
Title: Biggest crowd ever at Moanalua expected this afternoon to see the airmen fly
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: All the autos in town have been engaged and all the hack and buggies requisitioned. Flying machines are an old story in some parts of the world, but Hawaii has never seen one. Bud Mars is to fly in a bi-plane. There will also be airship flights tommorrow and Monday at the same place. The Rapid Transit has made preparations to handle a record crowd.
Krauss Card No.: 100368   System ID: 6588


198) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: New board may have to stop road work next week
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: When they take office because funds are short. Stopping road work will be a hard nut to crack as it will throw a lot of men out of work - a large number of them the precinct runner and politician class.
Krauss Card No.: 300472   System ID: 11860


199) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisor Eben Low is still trying to get chairmanship of the road committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: But Dwight won't give it up.
Krauss Card No.: 30042   System ID: 11858


200) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 508 new street lights have been installed bringing the total to 1011.
Krauss Card No.: 300472   System ID: 11859


201) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: 508 new street lights have been installed, new total is 1011
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 1801363 [dc]   System ID: 49149


202) Krauss Heading: Christmas
Title: Christmas Eve a time to be downtown
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Honolulu has a peculiar way of celebrating Christmas Eve. Crowds gather in downtown Honolulu to shop and to be seen, to celebrate. Some blow horns, some ticklers, others wear masks with false whiskers. Reported to be generally good humored. Theaters not very well patronized because there was too much else to do. Yesterday many visited Waikiki and the theaters were full, for both matinee and evening performances. There was a prize fight at the Asahi Theater, well patronized.
Krauss Card No.: 300150   System ID: 11039


203) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Loud and indignant howls from merchants about the bad streets
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This story says merchants are complaining about poor streets, worst in years, even the new bitulithic pavement is muddy from dirt in the center where the Rapid Transit is working. On other streets cars slide into the curb because of the mud.
Krauss Card No.: 1801362   System ID: 49147


204) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Loud and indignant howls from merchants about the bad streets
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This story says merchants are complaining about poor streets, worst in years, even the new bitulithic pavement is muddy from dirt in the center where the Rapid Transit is working. On other streets cars slide into the curb because of the mud.
Krauss Card No.: 1801362   System ID: 49148


205) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Word is that the new board will trim the police department
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will drop a lot of bicycle policemen and replace them with some mounted.
Krauss Card No.: 300471   System ID: 11857


206) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Low is circulating petitions among businessmen for the road chariman job
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Some important people have signed it but Dwight is standing pat. Unless he gives up the chair voluntarily to Low, there will be a big fight.
Krauss Card No.: 300471   System ID: 11856


207) Krauss Heading: Low, Eben
Title: Has lost chairmanship of road committee to supervisor S.C. Dwight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Is circulating petition among businessmen for road chairman job.
Krauss Card No.: 1001338 [dc]   System ID: 31549


208) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says Supervisor Low will not serve as chairman of any committee unless he can chair the road committee. The other supervisors say he wants to run everything his own way.
Krauss Card No.: 300470   System ID: 11855


209) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: New board of supervisors organizes, chooses committees
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are Eben P. Dow, M.C. Amana, W.H. McClellan, S.C. Dwight, C.N. Arnold, F.J. Kruger, and H.E. Murray. The chairman of the roads committee is Dwight with Low and Arnold on the committee.
Krauss Card No.: 300470   System ID: 11854


210) Krauss Heading: Dwight, S.C.
Title: Newly elected City & County supervisor, is chairman of road committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County
Krauss Card No.: 401305 [dc]   System ID: 21340


211) Krauss Heading: Low, Eben
Title: Has lost chairmanship of road committee to supervisor S.C. Dwight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 1001338 [dc]   System ID: 31548


212) Krauss Heading: Bank
Title: Saturday feature describes the biggest banks in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)17 (1-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Continued on two more pages.
Krauss Card No.: 101402   System ID: 8611


213) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Outgoing supervisors will inspect roads today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They will ride around the island in one of Jim Quinn's autos.
"Road work has been a very prominent feature of the board's work, and the members feel satisfied that they have made a record that is very creditable. More has been accomplished, in road construction and improvement, than has ever been done in the same length of time before, and Chairman Quinn says it is work that will last."
No mention of Johnny Wilson in all this.
Krauss Card No.: 1600347   System ID: 38727


214) Krauss Heading: Magazine
Title: Mid-Pacific Magazine is about to make its appearance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New magazine on sale now.
Krauss Card No.: 1001934   System ID: 34001


215) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Honolulu's three largest hotels described
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)17 (1-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Alexander Young, the Moana and the Pleasanton. Continued for about three pages with many photos.
Krauss Card No.: 701220   System ID: 18458


216) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lane election contest is thrown out by supreme court.
Krauss Card No.: 902072 [dc]   System ID: 10656


217) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Lane election contest is thrown out by Supreme Court
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-06 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 401624   System ID: 22800


218) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Has defeated Republican John C. Lane for mayor, Lane is now contesting the election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lane election contest is thrown out by Supreme Court.
Krauss Card No.: 402208 [dc]   System ID: 25069


219) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Paving work begins this morning, breaking up of old pavement on Fort Street. But trouble looms
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lord and Young, contractors, may again sue. They say that though the bitulithic process is patented, but the patent is advertised at being at 24 cents royalty (per square yard)and at this price Lord and Young could lay the pavement for about $1.50 where the city is now paying about $4. So the contract should be put out to bid.
Krauss Card No.: 1801361   System ID: 49146


220) Krauss Heading: Kakaako
Title: Long story on Kakaako Mission in the toughest district in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)14 (1-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 801380 [dc]   System ID: 4389


221) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Steamers are having difficulty unloading at Neighbor Island ports because of rough weather
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story lists the steamers and the ports, says some cargoes have had to be carried on beyond destinations.
Krauss Card No.: 600784   System ID: 25477


222) Krauss Heading: Social Work
Title: Long story on Kakaako Mission in the toughest district in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)14 (1-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With photograph of the mission.
Krauss Card No.: 1800558   System ID: 48230


223) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Supervisors vote 5 to 2 to pave Fort Street with bitulithic, a cheaper brand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Change made in the paving contract, the paving will extend only between King and Hotel Streets. This will take $1,000 off the price.
Krauss Card No.: 1801360   System ID: 49145


224) Krauss Heading: Davison, Rose C.
Title: Is energetically working up the island princess feature of the floral parade
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 400310   System ID: 17473


225) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Spent $76 on his campaign.
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 902072 [dc]   System ID: 10655


226) Krauss Heading: Ford, Alexander Hume
Title: About to publish first issue of Mid-Pacific Magazine
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Magazine.
Krauss Card No.: 500666 [dc]   System ID: 21404


227) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Shingle spent $1,029.25 to become treasurer of the City & County
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Campaign expenses are now being filed. His Democratic opponent, Trent, spent $678.85 in his losing bid. These were the highest expenditures in the city and county races. John Lane for mayor spent $25 to file, $26 for personal expenses and $25 for printing and advertising.
Krauss Card No.: 401623   System ID: 22799


228) Krauss Heading: Magazine
Title: Mid-Pacific Magazine is about to make its appearance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To be published by Alexander Hume Ford, several thousand will be shipped to the Coast. It will be illustrated with fine half tones on a good grade of paper.
Krauss Card No.: 1001934   System ID: 34000


229) Krauss Heading: Shingle, Robert
Title: Spent $1,029.25 to become treasurer of the City & County of Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 1602076 [dc]   System ID: 40957


230) Krauss Heading: Honolulu Rapid Transit
Title: Building 10 new cars, first one in service, proves popular with passengers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The aisle is six inches wider, the car is longer providing seating for 4 more passengers and the interior is painted a more pleasing, lighter color.
Krauss Card No.: 700448   System ID: 16297


231) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Supervisors vote 5 to 2 to pave Fort Street with bitulithic, a cheaper brand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No mention of John Wilson in the story. Just says the Honolulu Bitulithic Paving and Concrete Company will pave Fort Street for a price of $4,500. All but McClellan and Ahia voted for the proposal.
Krauss Card No.: 1801360   System ID: 49144


232) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democrats answer Republican charge.
Krauss Card No.: 902072 [dc]   System ID: 10654


233) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: John Lane contests loss to Joe Fern for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democratic answer to Lane charge is that Republicans did the same thing the GOP charges the Democrats did. And in the 5th of the 4th not more than 25 voted after 5 p.m. If this type of protest can succeed, then the Republicans will win all close elections simply by charging fraud.
Krauss Card No.: 401622   System ID: 22798


234) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Has defeated Republican John C. Lane for mayor, Lane is now contesting the election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election
Krauss Card No.: 402208 [dc]   System ID: 25066


235) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Has defeated Republican John C. Lane for mayor, Lane is now contesting the election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democrats answers.
Krauss Card No.: 402208 [dc]   System ID: 25067


236) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Defeated candidate for mayor, contests loss to Mayor Joe Fern
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 902072 [dc]   System ID: 10653


237) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: John Lane contests loss to Joe Fern for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Contends in one charge that Link McCandless in the 6th of the 4th tried to influence voters at the booths to vote for Joe Fern while some 60 people were standing there waiting to vote.
Krauss Card No.: 401622   System ID: 22797


238) Krauss Heading: Hawaiians
Title: Hawaiians 66% of voters, Americans next
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 601534   System ID: 27210


239) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Hawaiians 66% of voters, Americans next
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The secretary of Hawaii has released figures on the last election which show that Hawaiians are by far the largest voting group in the Territory, all six districts. They number 9,610 voters for 66%. Next in order of numbers; Americans at 1,763; Portuguese at 1,539; British at 554; Chinese 390; German 333; all others 234; Japanese 13.
Krauss Card No.: 1401634   System ID: 43195


240) Krauss Heading: Low, Eben
Title: Has been elected supervisor for Honolulu, is on the road committee, chairman
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Streets].
Krauss Card No.: 1001337 [dc]   System ID: 31547


241) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Story says the new board will tackle Fort Street
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Eben Low will be the new chairman of the road committee. Says he has been informed that there is another bitulithic pavement cheaper than the one considered before. Offered by Lord and Young, contractors. One plan is to try both pavements on a short stretch of street and see which wears better. One bitulithic pavement on one side of the street, the other on the other side.
Krauss Card No.: 1801359   System ID: 49143


242) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: It does not appear that the Republicans will publish their expense accounts
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A.L.C. Atkinson, chairman of the Territorial GOP Central Committee, says he has absolutely no objection to revealing GOP campaign expenses and will bring it before the committee, but does not consider that it is proper to publish the accounts. Says it might reveal campaign strategy which is unknown to the other side. "The accounts, is believed, will not be published, as there are said to be items which there is considerable interest in keeping it secret. There is considerable talk of legislative action to take place in Hawaii in line with states" where (next card)
expenses must be published by law, to make known how they spend subscribed money.
Krauss Card No.: 401620   System ID: 22796


243) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Conflicting charges about campaign expenditures
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democrats are charging that Republicans spent huge sums to pay runners, that it came from a campaign fund of more than $35,000. Link McCandless referred this morning to stuffed ballot boxes as one reason for GOP victories. There are charges of heavy expenditures by Democrats, that McCandless spent more than $20,000 but this seems an exaggeration, says Star. Some Republicans are calling for a list of campaign expenditures to clear things up.
Krauss Card No.: 401619   System ID: 22795


244) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: A national Democratic landslide is causing talk in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Among Democrats who wonder what jobs might open up under a Democratic president after the next election. Link hotly denies that he is going to the Democratic congress to work against everything that Kuhio will try to do.
Krauss Card No.: 1401633   System ID: 43194


245) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Analysis of election returns disputes haole scratching
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2); 5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It turns out that Lane lost all along the line in Hawaiian precincts as well as haole. Also, many voters left the mayor race blank. The total vote for delegate was 7,096 while the total vote for mayor was only 6,294 indicating that many people didn't want Lane but were unwilling to vote for a Democrat.
Fern polled 3,206 while Lane received 3,154.
Krauss Card No.: 401618   System ID: 22794


246) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Kuhio badly beat McCandless, worst than before; GOP takes legislature, Dems break even in city
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Home Rule party polled so few votes it is counted as finished. The city races were not decided until noon today because they were so close. Fern narrowly beat Lane, the Republican for mayor. It was nearly noon before the Democrats conceded that their only supervisor is McClellan. Petrie came close. Quinn was beaten. Robert W. Shingle beat Trent for treasurer. But, the Democrats control the national congress.
Krauss Card No.: 401616   System ID: 22792


247) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Kuhio at GOP headquarters this morning accuses haole voters of bad faith
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kuhio rebuked the haole voters of the 4th district who failed to keep faith with the Hawaiian voters for the party. Kuhio said Hawaiians kept their promises at the polls as usual, but haoles didn't. Large crowd on hand, mostly Hawaiians, many weeping. It was in the 4th district, Thomas Square area, where haoles voted the color line against Lane, while Hawaiians voted the straight ticket for haoles. Lane was also defeated the last time by the 4th district scratching.
Krauss Card No.: 401617   System ID: 22793


248) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Every auto in town put to use on polling day, today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4); 3 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Taking candidates to different precincts or voters to the polls. A.L.C. Atkinson, chairman of the GOP Territorial Central Committee, predicted a Republican landslide. Col. C. McCarthy, campaign chairman for the Democrats, predicted election of the Democratic ticket including Link. At noon there were more than 40 voters lined up in Kakaako at the 6th of the 4th with booths full.
The campaign ended last night with huge, light-carrying parade by Republicans and a silent, scared looking line by Democrats.
Krauss Card No.: 401615   System ID: 22790


249) Krauss Heading: Japanese
Title: Japanese Merchants' Association gives reception at the Mochizuki Club on Emperor's birthday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 800404   System ID: 1207


250) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New plan aired to aid land settlers. Gov. calls together the land commissioner, Campbell, Dr. Victor Clark of the Immigration Board, Dr. Wilcox of the agriculture station, and several others to facilitate land distribution to settlers.
Krauss Card No.: 901996   System ID: 10481


251) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans confident of delegateship, legislature
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hawaii Democrats concede the island to Kuhio. Col. McCarthy says Rivenburgh had the campaign so well organized that he didn't do anything when he came in. Things look pretty good for Jarrett and Rose, also Fern, Petrie and McClellan.
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 1401632   System ID: 43193


252) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: 6th drawing for public lands takes place
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (34) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lands are on Oahu, this time more applicants than lots. In the five previous drawings, there were more lots than applicants. All have taken place in recent weeks.
Krauss Card No.: 901998   System ID: 10486


253) Krauss Heading: Cleghorn, A.S.
Title: Died at 9 p.m. yesterday at his home after an illness of some weeks
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Brief biography given.
Krauss Card No.: 301207   System ID: 13889


254) Krauss Heading: Cleghorn, A.S.
Title: Died at 9 p.m. yesterday at his home after an illness of some weeks
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Funeral plans laid for Cleghorn at governor's office.
Krauss Card No.: 301207   System ID: 13890


255) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Election one week away, betting goes on
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2



[Column numbers typed over; may be 3-4]
(click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star reports that Republicans are betting heavily on Lane for mayor and Shingle (Sen?). Democrats are most hopeful for Jarrett and Rose and two supervisors, McClellan and Petrie.
Some say it will take a landslide to get Fern in. But Dems are betting up to $1,000 on combinations of Jarrett and Trent or Fern and Trent, if either of the two gets in the bet is won. That bet is eagerly taken up by Republicans.
There is bitterness against McCandless for ruining a chance to score heavily in a local election. McCarthy is only half in the race because he's against McCandless. Makes it worse.
Krauss Card No.: 1401631   System ID: 43191


256) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Shingle on the stump complains of unfair tactics
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says a photo is being circulated showing a number of Japanese workers posed in front of the house he is building. Claims that he hired two white contractors. That the Japanese were lured from another job across the street for purpose of the picture to make him lose the election.
Krauss Card No.: 1401631   System ID: 43192


257) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Drawing for land in Kohala held this morning in the throne room of Iolani Palace
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Not as many applicants as there were lots.
Krauss Card No.: 901997   System ID: 10484


258) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: John Wise warns that the election is far from won
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The veteran GOP war horse says that photos of candidates shown in the movie theaters draw enthusiastic applause from Democrats. Something is in the air says Wise. But then Dems always make the most noise.
He thinks Fern is beaten but also believes that most voters are undecided on immigration and how they jump will decide the election.
If the Democratic police and road machines on the county level remain intact, there will be no beating McCandless the next time around.
Krauss Card No.: 1401630   System ID: 43190


259) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Star was wrong about Daily Democrat
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The paper has come out in favor of Link's immigration platform.
Krauss Card No.: 1300588   System ID: 36324


260) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Does Link want to be gov? Star off base on paper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now Star prints a rumor that what Link really wants is to be governor. He knows he can't win as delegate but if he runs each time and is accepted as head of the Democratic party he will be appointed governor if a Dem president is elected, which many local Democrats are predicting. That's the rumor.
Krauss Card No.: 1401629   System ID: 43188


261) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Does Link want to be gov? Star off base on paper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star reports that the new Democrat, newspaper of the Party, has come out mildly and is arguing in favor of Link's immigration platform. Star predicted the paper would print just the opposite view, but does not apologize.
Krauss Card No.: 1401629   System ID: 43189


262) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Daily Democrat comes out today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To say that old line Democrats are breaking with McCandless. [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 1300588   System ID: 36323


263) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: The Daily Democrat to come out today, Dems tense
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Two months ago the Democrats were bragging that they would sweep the election, now they are trying to salvage what they can of the county ticket by breaking with McCandless.
The new paper will say this, says Star. Star says the old line Democrats are saying that Link has killed the party for 10 years. Old timers resent McCandless' dictation of the platform. Jarrett may be the only Democrat to win. Dems opposed to McCandless say he rammed through the platform with delegates pledged to him from the Neighbor Islands.
Krauss Card No.: 1401628   System ID: 43187


264) Krauss Heading: McCarthy, Col. C.J.
Title: An anti-McCandless Democrat, has jumped back into politics as county campaign chairman
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-22 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1100721 [dc]   System ID: 33323


265) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Col. C.J. McCarthy jumps back into political arena
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has been elected to the county chairmanship of the Dem party. He says he is still against McCandless but is afraid the GOP will sweep away county offices. So he has jumped in to work for the county ticket.
By appointing a campaign chairman openly opposed to McCandless the county Dems have cut themselves off from him to let him run his own campaign and to run their own.
Krauss Card No.: 1401627   System ID: 43185


266) Krauss Heading: Fernandez, Eddie
Title: Has acquired a camera, is taking campaign photos for politicians to bring in extra change
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has created a controversy by his enterprise.
See: Politics.

Krauss Card No.: 500002 [dc]   System ID: 19615


267) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats accuse GOP candidates of having their campaign photos taken by a Japanese photographer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It turns out that there is a Japanese photographer on Hotel St. where some prominent GOP candidates have been seen going in. Star says Dems spread the rumor that the pols were having their pictures taken.
However, enterprising Eddie Fernandez is in the same building, has acquired an outfit and is taking photos of candidates during the campaign to bring in some extra change. Sen. Chillingworth had his photo taken by Fernandez but prefers the one taken by J.J. Williams.
Krauss Card No.: 1401626   System ID: 43183


268) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans more confident
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Had a record-breaking crowd last night at Waipahu.
Krauss Card No.: 1401627   System ID: 43184


269) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Democrats to start their own newspaper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They have paid $1,000 to the Honolulu Examiner which came out in only one issue. E.P. Irwin, lately of the Advertiser, is to be editor of the new sheet which is to come out twice a week. Since no Democrat is quoted, it is difficult to know how much is truth or how much fiction.
Krauss Card No.: 1300586   System ID: 36321


270) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Kuhio may not make it through the campaign, his voice is giving out
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 801489 [dc]   System ID: 4530


271) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio may not make it through the campaign, his voice is giving out again
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is being treated in order that he can fill speaking engagements. He is now on Kauai. The GOP wants him to make another trip to Maui and Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 1401625   System ID: 43182


272) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic-Republican headquarters compared
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Many Hawaiians at Dem headquarters in the Waverly Hall. The Princess Theresa was there yesterday & today. Secretary Rivenburgh said, "These Hawaiians are all working for nothing...Not since the days of the first campaign in which Wilcox beat Sam Parker, has there been such a spirit among Hawaiians as now. The Republicans cannot get anyone to work for them except by paying for their services."
Star says grave doubts are expressed by many as to whether the work is all being done free. The McCandless sack is kept pretty well hidden, but it is generally believed the runners are paid.
The Republican headquarters are a striking contrast to the Democratic headquarters in the matter of runners. The GOP committee meets on the third floor of the Judd Bldg. Things are comparatively quiet and except on special days, not more than half a dozen workers are in evidence. It is seldom that there are less at any hour than 30 around the Democratic headquarters.
Some of the intelligent Dems claim the fight is already won. They say that Link has revived the Wilcox party and has made it the Link McCandless party.
Krauss Card No.: 1401623   System ID: 43181


273) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Democrat, address political rally crowd in English, Hawaiian and Portuguese
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 402207 [dc]   System ID: 25064


274) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Very large crowd attends Democratic rally at Aala Park Saturday night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Loooong [sic] meeting, didn't end until about 4 a.m. Sunday when last spectator left, but rain thinned the crowd before then.
Delegate Kuhio came to observe Link in action. Link walked on wages, said cheap labor have brought wages down, said on immigration, said the Democrats would hot it off.
W.C. Ashford spoke and supported the ticket (contrary to what he was quoted previously).
Joe Fern addressed the audience in English, Hawaiian and Portuguese.
Krauss Card No.: 1401622   System ID: 43180


275) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Hilo breakwater bid a sensation, Kahului breakwater bid causes complaint
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Metzger is just finishing the first portion of the breakwater. The bids were for the second portion. Lord & Young were far below the competition. Metzger was third lowest.
The Kahului Railroad submitted the only bid for the Kahului breakwater contract. Other contractors complained that the railroad company would not quote freight rates for hauling rock so they couldn't bid.
Krauss Card No.: 600783   System ID: 25476


276) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats will hold a big rally, their first of the campaign, at Aala Park tomorrow night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are putting out fliers today. Meanwhile, Link and Rivenburg have been touring the Windward side during the last few days with members of the fifth dist. hopefuls for the house. No mention at all of John H. Wilson participating.
Krauss Card No.: 1401622   System ID: 43179


277) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star reports that wages has become an issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democratic campaigners are telling waterfront workers that the loaders on the West Coast get $4 a day, inferring that stevedores in Hawaii should also. The GOP answers that the Democrats attack the sugar industry which means less freight and less work for stevedores. Democrats answer that wages are low because the Republicans have flooded the islands with cheap labor. Republicans answer that try to hire labor [sic]. It is very short. When contractors get a big job they have to send to the coast for labor.
Krauss Card No.: 1401622   System ID: 43178


278) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Democrats divided about McCandless
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100639 [dc]   System ID: 33200


279) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats divided about Link McCandless
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Charles J. McCarthy, "I am opposed to McCandless and I will not do anything to help him out." Clarence W. Ashford, "I don't like McCandless' methods a little bit." Capt. Campbell, head of Inter-Island SNC ship chandlery, "I am a Democrat and I am not voting for McCandless." Dr. J.H. Raymond, "I'm through with Fern, McCandless and Rivenburg. I will not vote for them under any consideration." Asked if he will vote for or against Link McCandless, Delbert E. Metzger answered, "You can go to hell." This is in Hilo Oct. 8
Krauss Card No.: 1401621   System ID: 43177


280) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Delegate Kuhio replies to McCandless criticism that he was politicking instead of attending to buisness in Washington
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801489 [dc]   System ID: 4529


281) Krauss Heading: Dole, James D.
Title: Has become a success, newspaper tells his story
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 401013 [dc]   System ID: 20673


282) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio replies to McCandless speech
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story out of Hilo dated Oct. 6 tells of a speech Kuhio made at Honomu in which he answered McCandless' complaint that Kuhio was politicking in Kau when he should have been in Washington. Kuhio said he had come to Kau to investigate complaints about the land law and treatment by the government.
Also, Link claiming to help the queen was shibai. Link was one of those who put the queen in jail, played a prominent part. Kuhio severely scored McCandless for trying to take credit for things he had never done.
Krauss Card No.: 1401620   System ID: 43176


283) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Republicans suddenly interested in distributing land, election only a month away
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4 [5?]) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A.L.C. Atkinson, chairman of the Republican central committee, has asked Gov. Frear to waive the requirement that applicants for public lands show that they owe no taxes.
Krauss Card No.: 901996   System ID: 10479


284) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Story going around that two Democratic supervisor candidates are pressured to retire by GOP bosses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are McClellan and L. Petrie. Petrie works for the Oahu Railway. Star says the idea of retiring was his own, however, that the company had nothing to do with it. He is not quoted. Neither is McClellan.
Republicans say that, if the two withdraw from the race, it will give Democratic politicians a new issue, how Republican businessmen rule the town so that Democrats cannot even run.
Krauss Card No.: 1401619   System ID: 43175


285) Krauss Heading: Wilson, Jennie
Title: Arrived in Honolulu from Molokai in the Mikahala probably yesterday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Mikahala departs every Tuesday.
Krauss Card No.: 2101666   System ID: 28763


286) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link claims credit for Republican land law
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Candidate McCandless made a speech at Mooheau Park, Hilo last week. He began by thanking for his nomination, then waded right into land.
In the 1908 campaign he said, the Republicans said nothing about land law amendments until the Democrats took up the homestead question. When they saw they could not stop it they called a special session of the legislature and now claim credit for the land law amendment. That is not true. They did not only worsen conditions but are misrepresenting the facts. They brought the immigrants here that are now in competition with you.
From the first the Territorial government has had power to give lands to the people but has not done so. The delegate was not working for you, he was in Kau drumming up votes.
Krauss Card No.: 1401616   System ID: 43173


287) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link claims credit for Republican land law
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-10-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Hawaii Herald in Hilo, for many years a Democratic newspaper, has deserted McCandless. Says he has alienated all responsible Democrats with his stand on immigration. This is why men like McCarthy stepped out.
More Link speech - Republicans say Kuhio gets what he wants in Washington. He asked for $250,000 for the queen and can't get it. Does that prove his influence? His secretary McClellan has influence in Washington. He represented the Hilo railroad which got all it wanted from congress. Kuhio claims he got appropriations to build Pearl Harbor. Not true. They would have come in any case because the U.S. needs Pearl Harbor.
Link appealed to the Christians, telling how the Hawaiians welcomed the missionaries. Now if there are Christians in Hawaii they should not vote Republican because that party is withholding lands from the people.
Krauss Card No.: 1401617   System ID: 43174


288) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans call an education campaign to counteract McCandless' "lies and bunkumb" [sic]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A.L.C. Atkinson, Albert Waterhouse and Robt. W. Shingle signed a letter at Republican headquarters calling a meeting of leading businessmen in Honolulu to counteract the effect of the McCandless campaign, they call it a campaign of education for the GOP. "The situation is of such importance that it demands your presence without fail."
Krauss Card No.: 1401615   System ID: 43172


289) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: GOP calls for Democrats to make campaign contributions public, especially how much Link is spending. Last session of the legislature it was the Democrats calling on Republicans to enact such a law.
Krauss Card No.: 1401614   System ID: 43171


290) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Hilo Republican leader in Hilo warns Kuhio that he will have to hustle to beat McCandless
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Both McCandless and Kuhio had hit the campaign trails, immediately after the conventions, are now stumping the neighbor islands. A leading Hilo Republican says that Portuguese and Hawaiians coming into his office tell him that Link is making headway.
Krauss Card No.: 1401614   System ID: 43170


291) Krauss Heading: Andrews, Lorrin Jr.
Title: Exonerated of charges made against him by some Republicans
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is party secretary.See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 100766 [dc]   System ID: 7350


292) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Lorrin Andrews, party secretary for Republicans, exonerated
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Of charges made at him Saturday. By a vote of 4 to 2. Before the vote was taken, Lane and Aiu voted against exoneration, said it would agonize the party.
Krauss Card No.: 1401595   System ID: 43147


293) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star says the immigration plank has caused a slump in Demo hopes
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democratic businessmen are falling away from the party. And the hopes of the party have fallen with the withdrawal of Col. Charlie J. McCarthy from the senate race.
Pop Spitter, Hotel St. merchant, long an earnest Democrat, said he will vote for Kuhio although he will otherwise vote the straight Democratic ticket - Fern, Jarrett. McCarthy is for the Democratic ticket except for McCandless. More Democratic withdrawals expected.
Krauss Card No.: 1401613   System ID: 43169


294) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless, certain to get the nomination for delegate from Democrats tomorrow, wants to make immigration his issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: C&C Dem nominees are J.J. Fern for mayor, W.P. Jarrett for sheriff, supervisors: W.H. McClellan, Robert, Pahau, M.E. Silva, Ioela Kiakahi, Lester Petrie, M.C. Pacheco and H.H. Piemer.
Krauss Card No.: 1401612   System ID: 43168


295) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Nominated by Democrats as candidate for delegate makes immigration his campaign issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-16 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1100638 [dc]   System ID: 33198


296) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless, certain to get the nomination for delegate from Democrats tomorrow, wants to make immigration his issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Dem plank opposes Territorial immigration law, says there are enough laborers in Hawaii now, 35,000 on the plantations out of total pop. of 190,000.
An improved homestead policy will bring in farmers to cultivate their own land. But lands should first be offered to local citizens. If any public lands remain, the newspapers can advertise for outsiders to settle here. Democrats see failure to occupy land by local citizens as a grave injustice.
Krauss Card No.: 1401611   System ID: 43166


297) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless, certain to get the nomination for delegate from Democrats tomorrow, wants to make immigration his issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: McCandless nominated as candidate for delegate on the Democatic ticket.
Krauss Card No.: 1401612   System ID: 43167


298) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Nominated by Democrats as candidate for delegate makes immigration his campaign issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1100638 [dc]   System ID: 33196


299) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless, certain to get the nomination for delegate from Democrats tomorrow, wants to make immigration his issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It appears that McCandless' immigration plank will be adopted, W.C. Ashford may make a floor fight. McCarthy refuses to have anything more to do with the proceedings after a leader fight before.
McCandless wants to take the money from the special tax provided for in the so-called immigration law and give it to the counties for roads. In this way, counties will not have to take out bonds for that purpose.
There is heated disagreement over the immigration issue. Dr. Raymond is opposed to Link's view. It is said that the Neighbor Island delegates are nearly all opposed to the immigration law.
Krauss Card No.: 1401610   System ID: 43165


300) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link L.
Title: Nominated by Democrats as candidate for delegate makes immigration his campaign issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-14 (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: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100638 [dc]   System ID: 33195


301) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless, certain to get the nomination for delegate from Democrats tomorrow, wants to make immigration his issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is opposed to the present immigration law, thinks there are enough workers in the country now. A fight on the issue is expected at the Democratic convention tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 1401610   System ID: 43164


302) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans in convention today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Republicans draft platform.
Krauss Card No.: 1401608   System ID: 43161


303) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrat C.J. McCarthy says he will not run for the senate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he favors the present immigration policy. Democratic leaders oppose it, so he feels he should not run.
Krauss Card No.: 1401608   System ID: 43162


304) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican ticket chosen for county offices
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John C. Lane for mayor, Andrew Cox for sheriff, John W. Cathcart for county attorney, Robert W. Shingle for treasurer, James Bicknell for auditor, D. Kalauokalani Jr. for city clerk. Supervisor candidates are Eben Low, Makance C. Amana, Chas. N. Arnold, Samuel C. Dwight, Frank J. Kruger, Harbey G. Murray and James C. Quinn.
Krauss Card No.: 1401609   System ID: 43163


305) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican Territorial convention has been set for Sept. 11 in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1401593   System ID: 43144


306) Krauss Heading: McCandless, J.A.
Title: Suggests that property owners pay half the cost of street improvements
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Streets.
Krauss Card No.: 1100591 [dc]   System ID: 33082


307) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Honest politicians call for primary law
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "An earnest demand for some kind of a law dealing with primaries is one result of the exposure of the fact that $500 was spent in a Manoa precinct by liquor interests, in the recent primary, to bribe Hawaiian voters. As the law stands, this was no offense. The primaries have no legal status at all, and bribing of voters, is not even a misdemeanor."
It turns out that Makalena received $500 for his services and that each voter received an average of $2.50 for his vote.
"I have discovered that politics is rotten," said one volunteer. "I have never been in politics before and, please God, I will never go into politics again."
The story says it is not against the law to vote twice in the primary, to juggle ballots or to engage in any sort of trickery.
Krauss Card No.: 1401606   System ID: 43159


308) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans in convention today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story on organizing.
Krauss Card No.: 1401608   System ID: 43160


309) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: J.A. McCandless suggests having property owners pay half the cost of street improvements
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Instead of the city taking out bonds to pay the cost. "A lot of good solid street work is needed," he said. "I don't see why the owners of the property affected should not pay half."
Krauss Card No.: 1801358   System ID: 49142


310) Krauss Heading: Lane, John C.
Title: Republican candidate for mayor, denies playing politics, making promises
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 902071 [dc]   System ID: 10652


311) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Another story says that John Lane has made political promises in his bid for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The rumor is that he is working for Capt. Parker for sheriff and has promised the road supervisor's job to John Wise. Lane categorically denies the whole thing. Said he has made no promises or deal with Parker and that from what he hears Wise wants to be secretary of the senate.
Krauss Card No.: 1401604   System ID: 43157


312) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans washing dirty linen
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It seems that one Makalena has been taking money for turning Republican votes in Manoa and in the 1st of the 4th. He gave a luau for one faction, accepting money to put it on, then began working for the other. They compared notes and eyebrows went up. He had announced as candidate for supervisor but got such a chilly reception that he is now seeking a house seat.
Krauss Card No.: 1401605   System ID: 43158


313) Krauss Heading: Boy Scouts
Title: Boy Scout movement has reached Hawaii, organizing will begin next week
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Organization meeting held at the YMCA at 4 p.m. yesterday. Theodore Richards acted as chairman. Others present named. Paul Soper heads the committee to enlist scouts. They will be formed into patrols, each patrol consisting of 8 boys and a leader.
Krauss Card No.: 200532   System ID: 11397


314) Krauss Heading: Richards, Theodore
Title: YMCA to organize the Boy Scouts in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Boy Scouts.
Krauss Card No.: 1600064 [dc]   System ID: 38394


315) Krauss Heading: Rose, Charlie
Title: Deputy sheriff for Honolulu, defends the police department against accusations of politics
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1600706 [dc]   System ID: 39154


316) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Deputy Sheriff Charlie Rose defends reputation of police in politics
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A newspaper recently published an opinion that the police department will contribute 3/4 of the Democratic convention. Rose says there will be 300 delegates to the convention and there are only 75 policemen.
And how about the mosquito inspectors? "The only place they fight mosquitoes, according to my personal observation, is in the office of a certain political leader." The pres. of the Board of Health.
Krauss Card No.: 1401603   System ID: 43156


317) Krauss Heading: Soper, Paul
Title: Heads committee to enlist scouts in organization of Boy Scouts in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Boy Scouts.
Krauss Card No.: 1800599 [dc]   System ID: 48275


318) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star says results of Republican primary are confusing
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Party has never gone in to convention with prospects so mixed. Col. Sam Parker is being pushed by some Republicans for mayor of Honolulu. Andrew Cox is practically sure of running for sheriff. Achi, the constant candidate, has withdrawn for the short term race for the senate to replace Frank Harvey.
Krauss Card No.: 1401602   System ID: 43155


319) Krauss Heading: Boy Scouts
Title: Boy Scout movement has reached Hawaii, organizing will begin next week
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-03 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 200532   System ID: 11395


320) Krauss Heading: Richards, Theodore
Title: Chairman of a meeting at the YMCA to organize the Boy Scouts in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-03 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1600064 [dc]   System ID: 38393


321) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Is 72 today, received at Washington Place
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Royal Hawaiian Band serenaded her, early this morning she began to receive callers, many Hawaiians greeting her according to the old-time custom. Band serenaded at breakfast. Public invited to call from 11 am to 1 pm. This afternoon the queen will preside at a luau at Waikiki. She is in excellent health.
Krauss Card No.: 1001058   System ID: 31230


322) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans discover some problems in the rules
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star reports that various changes in the Republican party rules will result from the present primary difficulties. It has been discovered that a precinct secretary can control primary results simply by hiding the enrollment book and there is no appeal. The way is open for all sorts of trickery.
The central committee has no power to interfere with crookedness, incompetence or drunkenness which prevents holding proper meetings on schedule. Meetings, under the rules, cannot be held after the scheduled time. So changes are under considerations.
Krauss Card No.: 1401601   System ID: 43154


323) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kakaako Republicans having pilikia
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Crabbe is now president of the county committee. He has received a bitter complaint from the 6th precinct in Kaakako where John Mendiola has had problems with the precinct secretary. 30 to 40 laborers on the waterfront wanted to sign up last Friday. He hunted up the secretary who was drunk and would not let go of the precinct roll book, nor would he allow any more names to be entered.
It turns out the precinct secretary may enroll privately under the rules any old time they want and refuse to open the books to opponents. A county secretary said he has asked for lists of enrollments at the clubs but only half have responded. "We have no control. The county committee is a farce."
In the 7th of the 4th, according to report, there was almost a riot Friday night. Three tickets were nominated and then the lights went out.
Krauss Card No.: 1401599   System ID: 43153


324) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans elect delegates in primaries; Manoa, Kakaako and Kaimuki are storm centers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Warfare in Kakaako. Protests are being filed in two precincts over seating of delegates.
Krauss Card No.: 1401598   System ID: 43152


325) Krauss Heading: Telephone
Title: Automatic, or dial, telephones now working
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New phones are making a hit, says Star. They were switched on Saturday night. Some callers miss the central, asking when the steamer is due in, etc., but can now get the same info by calling the proper office. The dial phones are much faster.
Krauss Card No.: 1900313   System ID: 47849


326) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans elect delegates in primaries; Manoa, Kakaako and Kaimuki are storm centers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1(3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In most precincts there was harmony but in the three storm centers controversy raged and it is expected to break out on Saturday. The Andrews affair is at the root of the strife. Delegates named on page 6.
Krauss Card No.: 1401598   System ID: 43151


327) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats hold primaries, elect delegates to county and territorial conventions
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Democrats held their primaries last night, all was harmony. No serious contests expected at their convention. The delegates are named from each precinct in the 4th and 5th. John Townsend is a delegate to the Terr. convention from the 9th of the 4th.
Krauss Card No.: 1401597   System ID: 43150


328) Krauss Heading: Townsend, John
Title: Elected delegate to the Territorial Democratic convention from the 9th of the 4th
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1901363 [dc]   System ID: 53151


329) Krauss Heading: Freeth, George
Title: Now a life guard at Venus, Calif., has received a medal for bravery from U.S. Congress
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He saved the lives of seven Japanese fishermen during a big storm of Dec. 16, 1908. When Freeth was last here he surprised everyone by his wonderful feats in the water. Before Freeth made the brave rescue of the Japanese fishermen, he had nearly 50 lives to his credit which he had saved from drowning along the California coast.
Krauss Card No.: 501125   System ID: 22176


330) Krauss Heading: Japanese
Title: Huge crowd of local Japanese sees off the Tenyo Mari, farewell to Baron Oura and the Waseda Baseball team
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Steamer departed at 10 a.m. with 1,500 passengers in steerage.
Krauss Card No.: 800403   System ID: 1205


331) Krauss Heading: Baseball
Title: Huge crowd sees off the departing Japanese Waseda baseball team
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-23 (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: Japanese
Krauss Card No.: 101563 [dc]   System ID: 8811


332) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Republicans reported disorganized. Atkinson has withdrawn as chairman of the Rep. Terr. Central Committee. Will likely affect primaries next Friday.
Krauss Card No.: 1401596   System ID: 43149


333) Krauss Heading: Andrews, Lorrin Jr.
Title: Exonerated of charges made against him by some Republicans
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He was accused of accepting $500 from Joel Cohen.See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 100766 [dc]   System ID: 7351


334) Krauss Heading: Cohen, Joe
Title: Report made that he tried to buy Republican party for $500
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 301296   System ID: 13991


335) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: The Young Bros. have introduced a new sport, shooting at flying fish
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Young Bros.
Krauss Card No.: 500519 [dc]   System ID: 21008


336) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Now it appears that the Republicans are investigating a $500 draft to Lorrin Andrews, head of the Republican party, from Cohen
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star seems to think Cohen's attempt to buy the Republican party will end his political career, that there is confidence in Andrews. But he has opposition on the central committee.
Krauss Card No.: 1401596   System ID: 43148


337) Krauss Heading: Young Brothers
Title: The Young brothers have introduced a new sport, shooting at flying fish
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The launch Brothers departed from the Young Bros. boat house at 8 a.m. today with a party of hunters. Went to flying fish grounds off Waikiki. Started shooting when abeam of the arriving liner Tenyo Maru. According to Will Young, the brothers will take out parties whenever there are people interested to pay for the trip. It was too rough this morning to pick up fish that might have been killed.
Krauss Card No.: 2200713   System ID: 54591


338) Krauss Heading: Cohen, Joe
Title: Territorial Representative, says liquor dealers sought help of the Democrats to fight prohibition
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): [no page number give on Krauss card] (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Tells his story to the Republican Central Committee. Cohen is the promoter and theater operator who took the Royal Hawaiian Band to the mainland and went broke. He seems also to be a liquor dealer.
Krauss Card No.: 301296   System ID: 13990


339) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican row gives hope to the Democrats
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It seems that the Advertiser and the Bulletin are feuding. As a result, "There is a smile on the face of the Donkey in Honolulu just now, and leading Democrats are joyfully claiming that they will make a clear sweep next Nov."
Co. C.J. McCarthy said the precincts are reporting that more Democrats are signing up every day. "If we can make anything of a showing in the 4th, we shall sweep the island."
Krauss Card No.: 1401594   System ID: 43146


340) Krauss Heading: Population
Title: Latest estimate places population of the Territory at 190,000
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1500392   System ID: 1770


341) Krauss Heading: Wages
Title: Pay of government road workers listed: stablemen, cantoneers, drivers, watchmen, blacksmiths, plowmen, teamsters, laborers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-16 (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.: 2000712   System ID: 50923


342) Krauss Heading: Colburn, John F.
Title: Entertains at very elaborate farewell luau in his Pearl Harbor peninsula home
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Social Event.
Krauss Card No.: 301372 [dc]   System ID: 14167


343) Krauss Heading: Luau
Title: John H. Colburn entertains at a very elaborate luau in his Pearl Harbor peninsula home
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Guests include Princess Kawananakoa, Prince Kuhio, Col. Sam Parker, etc. [See: Social Event].
Krauss Card No.: 1001387 [dc]   System ID: 31600


344) Krauss Heading: Social Event
Title: High society luau held at Pearl Harbor peninsula
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John F. Colburn entertained at a very elaborate farewell luau luncheon at his Peninsula home on Sunday (this is Saturday) in honor of his two daughters, Sarah and Daisy. Princess Kawananakoa was faultlessly gowned in the latest tailored frock of pongee silk and wearing a large black hat with sable plumes. Princess Kalanianaole wore a modish lingerie princess gown with a black lace hat with lavender flowers. Also present Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Ashford, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas, Colonel Sam Parker, et cetera.
Krauss Card No.: 1800512   System ID: 48174


345) Krauss Heading: Miller, Capt.
Title: Hopes to salvage the wreck of the barkentine Helga off Waikiki
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Shipwreck.
Krauss Card No.: 1101383 [dc]   System ID: 34614


346) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican Territorial convention has been set for Sept
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1401593   System ID: 43145


347) Krauss Heading: Shipwreck
Title: Helga, British barkentine, went aground at Waikiki at 1:45 a.m. today and will probably be a total loss
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No hope for the Helga. She will be salved by Cat. Miller.
Krauss Card No.: 1701731   System ID: 45784


348) Krauss Heading: Shipwreck
Title: Helga, British barkentine, went aground at Waikiki at 1:45 a.m. today and will probably be a total loss
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She was carrying coal from Newcastle to San Francisco. Her crew said the wreck was just the last misfortune in an unlucky voyage. Skipper is Daniel Wall. She is off Diamond Head.
Krauss Card No.: 1701731   System ID: 45783


349) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Report of special commission appointed by governor to investigate wharfage charges
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Reports that the situation at Kahului is the worst. The private landing there has no road leading to it, so the Kahului Railroad can charge what it pleases to haul freight from the wharf, charges $1 a ton which is considered exhorbitant.
A somewhat similar situation exists at Mahukona where the railroad services the wharf. The commission suggests the formation of regulations similar to the Inter-State Commerce laws.
Krauss Card No.: 600782   System ID: 25475


350) Krauss Heading: Crowningburg, David
Title: Of the Honolulu road department, gives luau in Kakaako on 5th birthday of son
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Luau.
Krauss Card No.: 302259 [dc]   System ID: 15875


351) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Attends luau for road workers given by David Crowingberg
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Luau].
Krauss Card No.: 2101934 [dc]   System ID: 29608


352) Krauss Heading: Luau
Title: Feast for road workers held, Fern, Wilson there
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: David Crowingberg of the road department, gave a big luau at his residence in Ludloff Lane, Kakaako, yesterday in honor of the 5th birthday of his little son. Among those present were Mayor Fern, Road Supervisor Wilson, Johnson Anderson and almost the entire working force of the road department, together with their wives and children. It was one of the biggest affairs of its kind in Kakaako in a long while.
Krauss Card No.: 1001386   System ID: 31599


353) Krauss Heading: Social Event
Title: David Crowningberg, City and County road department gives luau for 5th birthday of son in Kakaako
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mayor Joe Fern there. See: Luau. Big affair for Kakaako.
Krauss Card No.: 1800511 [dc]   System ID: 48173


354) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Hawaiian Quintet at Atlantic City making a hit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A story out of Asbury Park & Ocean Grove says "probably 15,000 people witnessed the most novel entertainment ever offered in the twin cities. It was Hawaiian night on Wesley Lake. Its very novelty made it a success. It strengthened the grip the jolly Hawaiians have upon the resort and its summer people. " They performed in the grandstand, then were rowed about the lake serenading from the water.
Krauss Card No.: 1102274   System ID: 36592


355) Krauss Heading: Surfing
Title: Hawaiian musicians demonstrate surfing at Atlantic City
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Under headline, "Hawaiian Boys Make a Big Hit," a story out of Asbury Park, New Jersey says "The Hawaiians who are here with an exhibit this summer have attracted much attention on the beach with their surf boards, which they handle superbly, skimming on the crest of a wave for hundreds of feet and making a safe landing. Several Americans have endeavored to duplicate the feat, but have not been very successful."
Krauss Card No.: 1801975   System ID: 49988


356) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: A story refers to the Quinn Auto Stand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Apparently he owns a taxi stand.
Krauss Card No.: 1501121   System ID: 3119


357) Krauss Heading: Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. Marston
Title: Entertained at the University Club last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Whitehouse, L.M.
Krauss Card No.: 201273 [dc]   System ID: 13146


358) Krauss Heading: Whitehouse, Mr. & Mrs. L.M.
Title: Entertained at a table at the University Club last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Seated at their table were Mr. and Mrs. Marston Campbell, he is Public Works Superintendent for the Territory, and Miss Lydia McStocker and Mr. W. McInerny, one of Honolulu's most eligible bachelors.
Krauss Card No.: 2100844   System ID: 22851


359) Krauss Heading: Soga, Y.
Title: Wife dies in Osaka, Japan
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He received a cablegram telling him two days ago that she was dangerously ill but it was too late for him to get on board the Asia. She left some time ago for Japan for her health. She leaves two children in Japan.
Krauss Card No.: 1800580   System ID: 48254


360) Krauss Heading: Wilcox, G.N.
Title: Visits mining property in Nevada City
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is a heavy shareholder in the Central Consolidated Gold Mining Co. and visited the mine last year, liked it so well he came back.
Krauss Card No.: 2101096   System ID: 26394


361) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: Involved in court case, fight while driving taxi
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-08-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He was driving one Everett Richardson and Mrs. Willie Holt up Manoa Valley when Richardson got into a fight with the woman, ended up punching Quinn in the nose. The taxi driver-supervisor kept his head, and his hands on the wheel instead of punching back. "Had Quinn paused to hit back at his assailant, the machine would have carried everybody into the ditch." Richardson was fined $30 in police court this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 1501120   System ID: 3118


362) Krauss Heading: Prohibition
Title: Plebiscite today to decide whether Honolulu wants prohibition or not
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says votes are coming in slow. This issue has been in the news for the past several months. Was not indexed. Star has come out strong for prohibition as has the Advertiser. Many groups pushing for it, popular issue on the mainland. Women's groups strongly support prohibition.
Krauss Card No.: 1500786   System ID: 2690


363) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Testimony taken at grand jury, no report until next week
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Street.
Krauss Card No.: 300469 [dc]   System ID: 11851


364) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Precinct officers are elected by the Democrats in Honolulu, named in the story
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John H. Wilson's name does not appear in any of the precincts listed. L.L. McCandless is pres. of the 13th of the 5th. John Effinger is pres. of the 3rd of the 4th. W.H. McClellan is pres. of the 9th of the 4th. Chas. McCarthy, C.W. Ashford, F. Colburn, Wm. Wolters are officers in the 5th of the 4th, also W.C. Wilder
Krauss Card No.: 1401592   System ID: 43143


365) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: All supervisors, J.A. Gilman have testified before the Territorial grand jury
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will be no report until next week, postponement believed to mean the jury is barking up another tree in the bribery case, whatever that means.
Krauss Card No.: 1801357   System ID: 49140


366) Krauss Heading: Beckley, Admiral George C.
Title: His will has been filed, he must have died
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He left $150,000.
Krauss Card No.: 101695   System ID: 9183


367) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: New bill at New Orpheum described, Get Me a Baby
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With 4-column photograph of the chorus line, 9 girls in knee-length dresses.
Krauss Card No.: 1900750   System ID: 52429


368) Krauss Heading: Plague
Title: Two more cases reported, makes three in the last few days
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Rats from steamers said to be threatening city.
Krauss Card No.: 1400384   System ID: 41595


369) Krauss Heading: Boxing
Title: While the movies of the fight are banned, Star runs a round by round description of the fight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 200481   System ID: 11203


370) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Star runs round by round description of Jeffries - Johnson heavyweight fight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is at a time when Mayor Joe Fern has refused to allow showing of the fight film to avoid straining race relations, and race riots have broken out on the mainland on showing of the films. It seems the newspaper is in a different category. [See: Boxing earlier dates].
Krauss Card No.: 1300587 [dc]   System ID: 36322


371) Krauss Heading: Race
Title: Mayor Joe Fern suppresses showing of Jeffries-Johnson fight films to avoid straining race feelings
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Boxing
Krauss Card No.: 1501156 [dc]   System ID: 3160


372) Krauss Heading: Boxing
Title: Mayor Fern also suppresses fight films
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he will not under any conditions allow the Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures to be shown here. "I am throughly in favor with the movement to stop the pictures of the fight, and if any one attempt to show them here they will be restrained by the police. In view of the mixed population in Honolulu, I consider that any race feeling that might exist here would only be strained if the pictures were re-produced. We don't want any race riots here and the surest way to assure there being none is to refust permission to show the fight at the local theaters."
Krauss Card No.: 200480   System ID: 11202


373) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: 1910
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Due to economies practiced by the board.
Krauss Card No.: 300468   System ID: 11850


374) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Forbids showing of Jeffries-Johnson fight films to avoid straining racial relations
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Boxing
Krauss Card No.: 402206 [dc]   System ID: 25063


375) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Grand jury tells judge there is not enough evidence to substantiate bribe charge
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300469 [dc]   System ID: 11853


376) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Territorial grand jury tells the judge there is not enough evidence to take action on bribe charge
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called the evidence contradictory.
Krauss Card No.: 1801356   System ID: 49139


377) Krauss Heading: Boxing
Title: Jack Johnson, Negro, badly beats Jim Jeffries in Reno July 4, race riots follow
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Christian Endeavor Societies all over the world have taken up the matter of suppressing the fight films. Mayor McCarthy of San Francisco has announced that he will not permit showing of the films in his city. Police will be ordered to stop the shows.
Krauss Card No.: 200479   System ID: 11201


378) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Request that Quinn submit report on roads to the board of supervisors every month makes him bridle
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At a board meeting last night supervisor McClellan requested to chairman of the road committee Quinn that he submit a report every month on the road work to be done.
Quinn said it would take half a million dollars to do all the work necessary, asked for. And they had only $14,000 a month for the Honolulu district and it may be cut.
He was sick and tired of the business but had no objection to having the board direct what should be done.
Krauss Card No.: 1600345   System ID: 38725


379) Krauss Heading: Negoro
Title: Received commutation of sentence July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Strike
Krauss Card No.: 1200225 [dc]   System ID: 25922


380) Krauss Heading: Makino, Fred
Title: Recieves commutation of sentence July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Strike].
Krauss Card No.: 1002192 [dc]   System ID: 34698


381) Krauss Heading: Tasaka, T.
Title: Received commutation of sentence
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Strike.
Krauss Card No.: 1900058 [dc]   System ID: 47532


382) Krauss Heading: Soga, Y.
Title: Received commutation of sentenced July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Strike.
Krauss Card No.: 1800579 [dc]   System ID: 48253


383) Krauss Heading: Strike
Title: Conspirators F.K. Makino, T. Tasaka, Y. Soga and Negoro received unconditional communations for July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Were met outside the county jail by many countrymen and enthusiastically cheered. Communation signed by acting governor Mott-Smith.
Krauss Card No.: 1801554   System ID: 49432


384) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: J.T. McCrosson to open the Hamakua ditch on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story of the ditch. Whole of page 5 devoted to the story.
Krauss Card No.: 2100346   System ID: 17881


385) Krauss Heading: Hamakua Ditch
Title: To be opened on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 600304 [dc]   System ID: 24450


386) Krauss Heading: McCrosson, John T.
Title: To open Hamakua Ditch on July 28 [29?], public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1100814 [dc]   System ID: 33431


387) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: L.D. Timmons, financial reporter for the Star, writes about the opening of Hamakua Ditch
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Water].
Krauss Card No.: 1300585 [dc]   System ID: 36320


388) Krauss Heading: Young, Alexander
Title: Died this morning at his Waikiki residence, 11:50 a.m.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was surrounded by his family. Born in Scotland 1833 in a large family, father a small contractor. Apprenticed for five years as mechanical engineer and machinest in Glasgow. Sent around Cape Horn to erect some machinery in Vancouver Island. Married in 1860 shortly before sailing. Carried out contract, them came to Honolulu, went into foundry business in Hilo, then moved to Honolulu and took over Honolulu Iron Works, had it 38 years. Invested in sugar, hotels.
Krauss Card No.: 2200675   System ID: 54549


389) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: J.T. McCrosson to open the Hamakua ditch on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hamakua ditch opened, special report to Star by financial reporter L.D. Timmons.
Krauss Card No.: 2100346   System ID: 17880


390) Krauss Heading: Hamakua Ditch
Title: To be opened on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-01 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 600304 [dc]   System ID: 24449


391) Krauss Heading: McCrosson, John T.
Title: To open Hamakua Ditch on July 28 [29?], public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-01 (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: Water.
Krauss Card No.: 1100814 [dc]   System ID: 33430


392) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: L.D. Timmons, financial reporter for the Star, writes about the opening of Hamakua Ditch
Author: Timmons
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-07-01 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1300585 [dc]   System ID: 36319


393) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: His house on 11th Ave. in Kaimuki burned to the ground at 3 a.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The heat awakened a neighbor, Ed Towse, who called the Makiki Station by telephone. But they could not save the house. Quinn was asleep, awakened by smoke pouring into his room. Said he was boiling water on an oil stove before he went to sleep, possibly it exploded. It appears that Quinn lives alone.
Krauss Card No.: 1501119   System ID: 3117


394) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: Public works superintendent Campbell will accept completed Nuuanu dam tomorrow
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 2100347   System ID: 17882


395) Krauss Heading: Prohibition
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Prohibition snowed under on all islands by vote of 7,283 to 2, 185. Only Kauai was anywhere close, 554 to 343. Oahu rejected by 3,901 to 960.
Krauss Card No.: 1500786   System ID: 2691


396) Krauss Heading: Harvey, Frank
Title: Dies after brief illness from intestinal obstruction
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Funeral arrangements set for Frank Harvey. Pall bearers named including L.L. McCandless and W.H. McClellan of the Democratic party. Funeral set for 2 p.m. tomorrow afternoon.
Krauss Card No.: 600930   System ID: 26049


397) Krauss Heading: Hawaiians
Title: Remains of the Kalakaua line removed from old mausoleum to the new by impressive ceremonies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Queen Liliuokalani in attendance. Honored guests named, also the caskets that were moved.
Krauss Card No.: 601533   System ID: 27209


398) Krauss Heading: Mausoleum
Title: Remains of the Kalakaua line removed from old mausoleum to the new by impressive ceremonies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1100544 [dc]   System ID: 32945


399) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: The Telephone Girl will open the New Orpheum
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 1900749   System ID: 52428


400) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Bitulithic paving ordinance dies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Street.
Krauss Card No.: 300469 [dc]   System ID: 11852


401) Krauss Heading: Harvey, Frank
Title: Dies after brief illness from intestinal obstruction
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: He was shipping superintendent for the Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. and was also proprietor of the Kilohana saloon.
Krauss Card No.: 600930   System ID: 26048


402) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Bitulithic paving ordinance dies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Five to 2 vote required to pass over the mayor's veto. But McClellan, Aylett and Ahia voted against overriding the veto. Cox, Logan, Quinn and Kane voted to override. A petition was circulated by Gilman in favor of the process.
Krauss Card No.: 1801357   System ID: 49141


403) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supervisors called before grand jury this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 300467 [dc]   System ID: 11849


404) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Looks like bribe case was false alarm
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Aylett, Ahia and Crawford called before the Territorial Grand Jury this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 1801355   System ID: 49138


405) Krauss Heading: Kaahumanu Society
Title: Elects officers, Miss Lucy K. Peabody, president
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Hawaiian
Krauss Card No.: 801031 [dc]   System ID: 2476


406) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Bribe claim proves to be false alarm
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 300467 [dc]   System ID: 11848


407) Krauss Heading: Webb, Mrs. Lahilahi
Title: Elected secretary of Kaahumanu Society
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Hawaiian].
Krauss Card No.: 2100547 [dc]   System ID: 19142


408) Krauss Heading: Hawaiians
Title: Kaahumanu Society elects officers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At the annual meeting yesterday. All officers reelected; Miss Lucy K. Peabody, president; Mrs. Emma A. Nawahi, v-p; Mrs. May Adams, treas.; Mrs. Ahilani H. Techers, asst. treas.; Mrs. Lahilahi Webb, sec.; Grace Kahoalii, asst. sec.; Mrs. Maria Smith, trustee, Mrs. Lilia Aholo, sick committee.
Krauss Card No.: 601532   System ID: 27206


409) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Looks like bribe case was false alarm
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star now says that both City and County Attorney Cathcart and his deputy Milverton claim there is no case. Which means that they don't believe Aylett or that he refuses to testify. Meanwhile, supervisor Ahia now says he knows nothing about a bribe offer which he is reported to have reported earlier. The Star says it appears the case will blow over but there is something rotten in Denmark.
Krauss Card No.: 1801355   System ID: 49137


410) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors vote to put bribery matter to grand jury
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Streets.
Krauss Card No.: 300467 [dc]   System ID: 11847


411) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Supervisors vote unanimously to put the bribery matter to a grand jury
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It now appears that both Aylett and Ahia called on attorney Lorrin Andress at his office some weeks ago with the information that they had received the bribe offer. Aylett says he will talk only to a grand jury. Willie Crawford's name was mentioned in connection with the bribe but Aylett refused to talk about it. The supervisors met at noon today.
Krauss Card No.: 1801354   System ID: 49135


412) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Bribe claim over bitulithic contract with city
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Streets.
Krauss Card No.: 300467 [dc]   System ID: 11846


413) Krauss Heading: Gilman, J.A.
Title: Denies he offered city supervisor a bribe to vote for vitulithic contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Streets.
Krauss Card No.: 501586 [dc]   System ID: 23023


414) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Supervisor Aylett says he was offered $1,600 for his vote in favor of the bitulithic contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story came to a Star reporter through a "leading financier" of the city to whom Aylett told his tale. No quote from Aylett himself. J.A. Gilman, representative for bitulithic, swears he has never authorized anybody to bribe anybody to get the contract.
Krauss Card No.: 1801353   System ID: 49134


415) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: J.T. McCrosson to open the Hamakua ditch on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will supply water to a huge area.
Krauss Card No.: 2100346   System ID: 17879


416) Krauss Heading: Hamakua Ditch
Title: To be opened on June 28, public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Water.
Krauss Card No.: 600304 [dc]   System ID: 24448


417) Krauss Heading: McCrosson, John T.
Title: To open Hamakua Ditch on July 28 [29?], public opening July 4
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: water.
Krauss Card No.: 1100814 [dc]   System ID: 33429


418) Krauss Heading: Outrigger Canoe Club
Title: [No title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will put on feast, carnival, illuminated parade of canoes.
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 1301226   System ID: 37339


419) Krauss Heading: Surfing
Title: Outrigger Canoe Club has scheduled a surfing contest for this afternoon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 1801974 [dc]   System ID: 49987


420) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Outrigger Canoe Club putting on feast, carnival today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3); 5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: An illuminated parade of canoes will proceed from Lewers Beach to the Outrigger Lagoon tonight. Ladies busy this morning decorating booths and arranging the big banquet hall for the feast tonight. There will be a regatta and surfing contest this afternoon and a dance and feast tonight.
Program of afternoon events given.
Krauss Card No.: 2001659   System ID: 51854


421) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Bitulithic pavement contract awarded in ritzy suburb of Philadelphia
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: $60,000 contract awarded after lengthy investigation by the Borough of Lansdowne on Baltimore Avenue which is the main thoroughfare of a residential center for people prominent in the business and professional life of Philly [sic]. Heavily traveled by automobiles. The bitulithic pavement was compared to others - brick - and although considerably more expensive was chosen as the best pavement available. The aldermen visited bitulithic pavements before making up their minds.
Krauss Card No.: 1801352   System ID: 49133


422) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Sheriff Jarrett complains that he doesn't have the force to catch auto speeders
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.W. Santos hauled in by motorcycle cop Chilton for refusing to light his auto lamps.
Krauss Card No.: 1400618   System ID: 41879


423) Krauss Heading: Traffic
Title: J.W. Santos hauled into court by new motorcycle cop for refusing to light his automobile lamps
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-06-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was asked several times, refused each time. The judge reprimanded him severely but there is mention of a fine. It is the first arrest of Chilton, the motorcycle policeman.
Krauss Card No.: 1901406   System ID: 53203


424) Krauss Heading: Logan, Daniel
Title: Listed on masthead as editor of Hawaiian Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1001228 [dc]   System ID: 31421


425) Krauss Heading: Dole, James D.
Title: Plans to bottle pineapple juice using his own name for the brand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Pineapples
Krauss Card No.: 401012 [dc]   System ID: 20672


426) Krauss Heading: Pineapples
Title: Prospectus for the Pineapple Products Co. which proposes to bottle pineapple juice
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Under the name of the president of the company, James D. Dole.
Krauss Card No.: 1400155   System ID: 41241


427) Krauss Heading: Prohibition
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another meeting.
See: Women
Krauss Card No.: 1500785   System ID: 2689


428) Krauss Heading: Women
Title: Representatives of 40 organizations met at 10 a.m. today on the lanai of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 200 women presided over by Mrs. W. Frear, decided on the lanai of the Hawaiian Hotel this morning not to hold a straw vote because of the time required to register all the women of the territory. Instead, all women are urged to convince their husbands, brothers, fathers to vote for prohibition July 26.
Krauss Card No.: 2200142   System ID: 53902


429) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Vetoes bitulithic contract ordinance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Streets
Krauss Card No.: 402205 [dc]   System ID: 25062


430) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Given instructions by city supervisors about how to repair city streets
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101932 [dc]   System ID: 29602


431) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: C&C roads committee gives instruction to Wilson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Repair the road opposite the old brick yard up Nuuanu; also finish what work there is on Koko Head Avenue which is very little; also remove a few rocks and straighten the road on 11th Ave. below Mr. Bartlett's residence. Commence work on Palolo Valley where work was left out some time ago; also Kalauokalani Lane be repaired at once. This can be done with very small cost, as all it requires is waste or loose dirt for filling.
Krauss Card No.: 1600344   System ID: 38724


432) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Sheriff Jarrett complains that he doesn't have the force to catch auto speeders
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Jarrett names first motorcycle officer.
Krauss Card No.: 1400618   System ID: 41878


433) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Mayor Fern vetoes bitulithic contract ordinance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Cites the cost, other departments would have to be cut back. "I believe the roads throughout the island are in better shape today than ever before and show a judicious expenditure of public money; therefore at this time I would call your attention to the other departments which need improvements and have been neglected for the sake of the roads.
"The argument has been raised that the proposed contract provided for by taking the money necessary from the Honolulu road department regular appropriation but by doing so the department's work would be so crippled that not even the necessary upkeep work would be done but the petitions from various new communities and localities where there is a very poor, or no road at all, would be neglected and disregarded for another six months.
"I am of the opinion that the promises made to the fire, police and electric light departments should be kept so far as necessary repairs and renewals, et cetera are concerned, if there is any money over and above our coming appropriations bill..."
Krauss Card No.: 1801350   System ID: 49132


434) Krauss Heading: Traffic
Title: Sheriff Jarrett complains that he has not the force to catch automobile speeders
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Jarrett names motorcycle officer who will chase speeders.
Krauss Card No.: 1901405   System ID: 53202


435) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Sheriff Jarrett complains that he doesn't have the force to catch auto speeders
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Traffic.
Krauss Card No.: 1400618 [dc]   System ID: 41877


436) Krauss Heading: Traffic
Title: Sheriff Jarrett complains that he has not the force to catch automobile speeders
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says complaints come in every day about speeding automobiles but he hasn't the manpower to arrest the violaters.
Krauss Card No.: 1901405   System ID: 53201


437) Krauss Heading: Castle, Alfred L.
Title: Beats Atherton Richards to take Hawaii tennis singles championship
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Tennis
Krauss Card No.: 201525 [dc]   System ID: 14122


438) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Appointed special administrator of John Emmuluth estate this morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Emmuluth died May 20. The estate consists partly of a contract with the City & County to complete the Kahana Road and of weekly and monthly rents, all of which require immediate attention. Appointment was made on petition from Emmuluth's sister, A.C. Amelia Emmuluth. Judge Edings represents petitioner.
Krauss Card No.: 2101933   System ID: 29605


439) Krauss Heading: Richards, Atherton
Title: Beaten by Alfred Castle for Hawaii singles tennis championship
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Tennis.
Krauss Card No.: 1600058 [dc]   System ID: 38387


440) Krauss Heading: Tennis
Title: Alfred Castle beats Atherton Richards in straight sets to take the Hawaii singles tennis championship
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At the Beretania Club courts, large crowd on hand, enthusiastic.
Krauss Card No.: 1900406   System ID: 47966


441) Krauss Heading: Prohibition
Title: Representatives of 40 women's organizations meet on prohibition issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Women
Krauss Card No.: 1500785 [dc]   System ID: 2688


442) Krauss Heading: Women
Title: Representatives of 40 organizations met at 10 a.m. today on the lanai of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Resolved to hold a straw election for women eligible to vote except for their sex, on the issue of prohibition on May 28.
Krauss Card No.: 2200142   System ID: 53901


443) Krauss Heading: Emmeluth, John
Title: Died last night at Queen's Hospital after gall bladder operation
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: He was taken to the hospital on Tuesday by John Wilson, street supervisor. Was 57 on May 6. Came to Hawaii 31 years ago from Atchison, Kansas. Leaves son and four sisters, all on the mainland. Came here in 1879 and went into the house furnishing business with his own firm, J. Emmeluth & Co. Was instrumental in overthrow of monarchy, on Advisory Council. Sided with Home Rulers, led the party after annexation and was elected to first legislature. Then became a Democrat. Pall bearers will be L.L. (next card)
McCandless, W.A. Kinney, Judge W.S. Edings, Mayor J.J. Fern, Senator Frank Harvey, Sheriff W.P. Jarrett, John H. Wilson and Joseph M. Poepoe.
Krauss Card No.: 401913   System ID: 24525


444) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Takes friend John Emmuluth to hospital where he dies, will be pall bearer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Emmuluth, John].
Krauss Card No.: 2101932 [dc]   System ID: 29600


445) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: Chief Justice Hartwell rules that the City and County do not need to call for bids on bitulithic
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Decision handed down yesterday in suit brought by contractor E.J. Lord. The Supreme Court decided that there could be no competitive bid since no other bidder can supply the secret bitulithic process.
Krauss Card No.: 1801349   System ID: 49131


446) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Censured by board of supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is the meeting in which Wilson was roasted. It ended with him being censured by a vote of four to three. Star comments he must consider himself sat on.
Krauss Card No.: 2101930   System ID: 29582


447) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More letters pass between Wilson and Quinn.
Krauss Card No.: 1501117   System ID: 3115


448) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: More letters between Wilson and Quinn
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Continued on page 8.
Krauss Card No.: 2101928   System ID: 29577


449) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: Is answered by John H. Wilson, called user of vile, disgusting language
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-04 (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: Wilson, John H.
Krauss Card No.: 1501117 [dc]   System ID: 3114


450) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Writes in his own defense, says Quinn is the one who uses vile, disgusting language
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1910-05-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2); 3 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His letter and Quinn's printed in full. Wilson describes the work that he is doing and the difficulties Quinn has put him through. The letter incident described during the board meeting.
Krauss Card No.: 2101927   System ID: 29576


451) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Appoints John H. Wilson road supervisor, his power to appoint challenged by supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County
Krauss Card No.: 402197 [dc]   System ID: 25028


452) Krauss Heading: Hospitals
Title: 1,000 attend opening of hospital
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Thanksgiving, yesterday? People of all nationalities answered the general invitation in the press, many Hawaiians.
Krauss Card No.: 700815   System ID: 17261


453) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Ed-editor [sic] Walter G. Smith describes Gov. Frear's land policy
Author: Editor Walter G. Smith
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Says the passage by the Territorial legislature of Frear's changes in the organic act shows that opening of the Territory to small farmers will not long be delayed. For this, bonded indebtedness authorization is sought. The policy is to not oppose sugar interests but to utilize surplus acreage that will, it is estimated, support 10,000 families engaged in production of pineapple, cotton, tobacco, sisal, and such fruits as the avocado, banana, mango and table grapes.
Krauss Card No.: 901993   System ID: 10470


454) Krauss Heading: Cunha, Sonny
Title: Has a new hit song at the Park Theater
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater.
Krauss Card No.: 300454 [dc]   System ID: 11833


455) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Sunny Cunha has a new hit song, My Honolulu Hula Girl, at the Park Theater
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Theater.
Krauss Card No.: 1102270 [dc]   System ID: 36587


456) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: Sunny Cunha has a new hit song at Park Theater
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Don't miss this excellent show, Melnotte sisters singing Sunny Cunha's latest hit, My Honolulu Hula Girl. Viera's orchestra and the following new films: Lonely Villa, Making Diamonds, Curing a Jealous Husband and For His Daughter's Sake.
Krauss Card No.: 1900747   System ID: 52426


457) Krauss Heading: Tourism
Title: H.M. Ayres declares himself Hawaii's first professional tourist guide
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Erstwhile Pacific Weekly editor and champion walker is having cards printed declaring himself a tourist guide, the first of the kind in the Hawaiian Islands. Ayres is looking for parties to conduct on walking tours, mountain explorations, volcano visits, crater investigations, valley jaunts, fishing expeditions, hunting trips and anything else in the way of outdoor entertainment or recreation.
Krauss Card No.: 1901299   System ID: 53055


458) Krauss Heading: Courts
Title: S.B. Dole recommissioned federal district judge
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 301811   System ID: 15088


459) Krauss Heading: Hospitals
Title: Children's Hospital on Kuakini St. to open on Thanksgiving Day at 3 p.m.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700815   System ID: 17259


460) Krauss Heading: Dole, Sanford B.
Title: Recommissioned federal district judge
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 401093 [dc]   System ID: 20834


461) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Opening of Children's Hospital to require road improvement
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This afternoon the Mayor, his secretary and members of the road committee; Quinn, Aylett & Kane, will ride in Quinn's auto to Children's Hospital on Kuakini St. to decide on the perfection of the roadway approach there.
The hospital is to be opened on Thanksgiving day and it is intended the road will be in perfect condition by that time for there will probably be a great crowd touring out to attend the opening ceremonies.
From there the party will motor to Watertown, Pearl Harbor to settle matters relative to road improvement there.
Krauss Card No.: 1600336   System ID: 38711


462) Krauss Heading: Streets
Title: To celebrate the birthday of King Kalakaua, a street sign was put up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: George F. Godfrey painted and Frank Godfrey planted a new street sign at the intersection of King Street and Kalakaua Avenue this morning.
Krauss Card No.: 1801333   System ID: 49117


463) Krauss Heading: Makino, Fred
Title: Makino's full name is Frederick K. Makino Higginbotham
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1002190   System ID: 34695


464) Krauss Heading: Hawaii
Title: Rains have created horrible conditions on Hamakua roads
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 70 head of horses and mules stalled on Honolii road.

See: Roads.
Krauss Card No.: 601060 [dc]   System ID: 26222


465) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Officers of the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Association elected
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: C.H. Atherton remains president. George F. Henshall, vice-president. Frank C. Atherton succeeds W.H. Hoogs as secretary. E.A. Berndt is treasurer. E. Wolff elected auditor in place of Charles H. Atherton.
Krauss Card No.: 1300572   System ID: 36306


466) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Story out of Hilo says 70 head of horses and mules were stalled on the Honolii road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Herald says: Traffic between Hilo and Papaikou is practically suspended. On Tuesday the traffic was stalled, 70 head. The animals and the vehicles they were attempting to draw were stuck in the mud, or up to their axles between the rocks, or both.
Teams had to be unhitched to help the teams ahead that were stuck. Then those in front would leave their wagons at the top of the hill while the animals went back to try and move the next load. At last, the condition became absolutely impossible. Wheels off. Axles broken. Horses exhausted.
Krauss Card No.: 1600335   System ID: 38710


467) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: Star has a Theater column listing attractions at various theaters in town
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Aloha park theater features vaudeville. The Park theater also. Bonine will show optical slides of picturesque rural England, Scotland and Japan, with vocal solo by Miss Akina. More vaudeville at the Art theater. Admission at the Aloha theater is 5 cents. Then there is the skating rink and the Waverly Dance Hall where Democrats frequently hold their political conventions.
Krauss Card No.: 1900746   System ID: 52425


468) Krauss Heading: Laysan Island
Title: Max Schlemmer loses his lease on the guano deposits on Laysan Island
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The U.S. government has canceled the lease given Schlemmer by the Territory, says the Territory has no authority. The issue apparently came up in relation to Japanese poaching of birds on the island for their plumage. The lighthouse tender Kukui will be dispatched to Laysan to stop it. See page 1 for more stories about this detail of the story, great sensationalism at the moment.
Krauss Card No.: 1000087   System ID: 28713


469) Krauss Heading: Schlemmer, Max
Title: Loses his lease on the guano deposits at Laysan
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-11 (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: Laysan.
Krauss Card No.: 1601513 [dc]   System ID: 40278


470) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Star asks why Democrats in the legislature didn't fight harder for better land legislation
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 901992 [dc]   System ID: 10464


471) Krauss Heading: Ryan, T.J.
Title: Democrat, writes to editor on the land issue
Author: T.J. Ryan
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1601068 [dc]   System ID: 39760


472) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star asks what happened to Democrats over the land issue in the legislature?
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: During the special session, the Republican land measure passed with practically no opposition. Star editorial reported that every Democrat voted for it. So where is the Democratic issue.
Now comes a letter form the Dem T.J. Ryan promising fireworks later. "The fight is young yet and no one supposed that a few so-called Democrats could turn the scales against a very large majority of Republicans in both houses. But they were expected to stand by the platform on which they were elected." Ryan scores the turn-coat Democrats.
Krauss Card No.: 1401569   System ID: 43121


473) Krauss Heading: Japanese
Title: Reception at Japanese Consulate described by society editor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-06 (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: Social Event
Krauss Card No.: 800399 [dc]   System ID: 1196


474) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Special session of legislature begins today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Session ends.
Krauss Card No.: 1000314   System ID: 29248


475) Krauss Heading: Social Event
Title: Reception at the Japanese Consulate described by society editor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Took place at the residence of Consul General Uyeno Wednesday at 8 p.m. Classy entertainment.
Krauss Card No.: 1800509   System ID: 48171


476) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Gov. Frear calls special session of legislature for Nov. 2 to consider land legislation
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 901990 [dc]   System ID: 10459


477) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Special session of legislature begins today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Gov. Frear calls for united action.
Krauss Card No.: 1000314   System ID: 29247


478) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Democrats present to the public their own bill to amend the Organic Act in relation to homestead land
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1-2); 10 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long, wordy story with the complete text of the act. McCandless supporters propose to fight for this. The same act text was introduced in the last session of the legislature by Co. C.J. McCarthy.
Krauss Card No.: 901991   System ID: 10462


479) Krauss Heading: Rath, James A.
Title: Palama Settlement director, opens new gymnasium
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Palama Settlement
Krauss Card No.: 1501364 [dc]   System ID: 3638


480) Krauss Heading: Hula
Title: Mrs. Rivenburg, society editor of the Star, has composed two new hulas
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Both published as sheet music. One is called Hanalei, sentimental song, and the other is Leilehua in honor of the military camp in the hills, it's more catchy. It has a happy soldier boy on the cover.
Krauss Card No.: 701460   System ID: 18920


481) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Mrs. Bertram Rivenburg, society editor of the Star, has written two hula songs
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-29 (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]
See: Hula.
Krauss Card No.: 1102270 [dc]   System ID: 36586


482) Krauss Heading: Palama Settlement
Title: Opened its new gymnasium last night under superintendent J.A. Rath
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Bowling alley, swimming pool, rowing machine and lockers below, gymnasium on the second floor. The cost was $8,000.
Krauss Card No.: 1301377   System ID: 37528


483) Krauss Heading: Rivenburg, Mrs.Bertram
Title: Is society editor of the Star, has composed two new hulas
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-29 (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]
See: Hula.
Krauss Card No.: 1600197 [dc]   System ID: 38560


484) Krauss Heading: Census
Title: Dr. Vistor S. Clark has arrived this morning in the Korea to take a census and a labor survey of the Territory taken every five years
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 201769   System ID: 14654


485) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: Mayor Joe Fern has financially backed a fishing company
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The mayor has financed some half a dozen Hawaiian fishermen who formed a company that operates two large Hawaiian canoes, a whaleboat and many fathoms of net. Yesterday, off Waianae, the Fern fishing outfit took in three hundred large fish which reached the city market this morning in time for the Saturday trade.
Krauss Card No.: 500516   System ID: 21005


486) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Has financially backed a fishing company, employ Waianae fishermen
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fishing
Krauss Card No.: 402203 [dc]   System ID: 25057


487) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Gov. W. Frear calls special session of legislature for Nov. 2
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To consider amending the Organic Act - that is, request the Congress to do so re the land question.
Krauss Card No.: 1000312   System ID: 29244


488) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Democrat L.L. McCandless in favor of special session of legislature to amend land law
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 901990 [dc]   System ID: 10456


489) Krauss Heading: Waller, Gilbert J.
Title: Is national committeeman of the Democratic party in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2100106 [dc]   System ID: 17260


490) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Is in favor of extra session of the legislature to address the land law
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wants to amend the Organic Act to permit settlers to obtain land on more reasonable terms.
Krauss Card No.: 1100632 [dc]   System ID: 33181


491) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrat L.L. McCandless is in favor of a special session of the legislature
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Especially if the session will address what it did not before, a land law in line with the ideas of the Democratic party. Such a law, to be put into the Organic Act, would permit settlers to obtain land on reasonable terms. National Committeeman of the Democratic Party Gilbert J. Waller says all of the present dissatisfaction would be swept away if the Democratic ideas on land would be enacted.
Krauss Card No.: 1401568   System ID: 43120


492) Krauss Heading: Fernandez, Eddie
Title: Scored a big hit with his marathon movies
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3(3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Eddie Fernandez scored a great hit with his marathon pictures at the Orpheum last evening. This series is the most complete taken of the great race between Taukamoto and Nigel Jackson and is being publicly exhibited for the first time. Besides the feature film, there are shorter films and side stunts of interest. The program will be repeated tonight and tomorrow night.
Krauss Card No.: 500001   System ID: 19612


493) Krauss Heading: Movies
Title: Marathon movies make a big hit at the Orpheum
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-15 (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: Fernandez, Eddie.
Krauss Card No.: 1101947 [dc]   System ID: 35822


494) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: An old Hawaiian catches squid in harbor by cowrie shell bait
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The tentacles of the squid reached the ground when he held it up by the head.
Krauss Card No.: 500515   System ID: 21004


495) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: Anglers make good catch from canoe off the Moana
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last Sunday morning Archie Robertson, L. Gay and George Harris hauled up 65 pounds of fish, eight puala, four red weke, and four ulua. The biggest was a red weke weighing 12 pounds.
Krauss Card No.: 500515   System ID: 21003


496) Krauss Heading: Lewis, Edwin H.
Title: Proprietor of car rental service at Stockyard Stables
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-10-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Auto].
Krauss Card No.: 1000644 [dc]   System ID: 30332


497) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Nominated by Democrats for Oahu county sheriff
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-09-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 701686 [dc]   System ID: 19264


498) Krauss Heading: Theater
Title: Another sample of theater fare in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Bonine at his pretty theater will show his Molokai films (of Kalaupapa and the lepers) and also music. He's on Hotel Street. The Park will feature vaudeville again because it went so well last week, plus a feature film, Saved by A Wave. Wise, Milton and Rance Smith open an extended engagement at the Art theater, they are dancers, just back from Neighbor Islands. Rance Smith is the Banana Man. The other performers are Hen Wise and Rose Milton, too popular to require a description. The Aloha Park theater at 5 cents has vaudeville and movies.
Krauss Card No.: 1900744   System ID: 52423


499) Krauss Heading: Honolulu
Title: Mayor Joe Fern declares Honolulu will some day have a population of a quarter of a million
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-09-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At least 100,000, because of the traffic through the harbor when the Panama Canal is opened.
Krauss Card No.: 700374   System ID: 16142


500) Krauss Heading: Hobron, T.W.
Title: Yachtsman, roasts captain of the yacht Hawaii for losing the Trans Pacific Yacht race
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-07-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Yacht.
Krauss Card No.: 602103 [dc]   System ID: 28419


501) Krauss Heading: Women
Title: Women's suffrage measure tabled in the legislature
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Action blamed on lack of petitions by women to the legislature in favor of the bill.
Krauss Card No.: 2200138   System ID: 53897


502) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Session practically over, main results listed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-24 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1000311   System ID: 29240


503) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Answers kick by cart drivers for working too hard
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101910 [dc]   System ID: 29518


504) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Careless drivers ruining newly macadamized roads
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The county atty. has advised Road Supervisor Wilson that person detected removing barriers set up around the newly macadamized sections of roadway should be prosecuted for malicious mischief.
Wilson complains that people along King and on other streets have several times removed the barriers put up by his lunas and driven upon the newly made roads, doing them serious injury. This has been most common at or near crossings.
Wilson was uncertain as to the proper steps to take and sought advice. Prosecutions must surely follow for offenders can be easily caught on King St.
Working between Thomas Sq. & Waikiki Turn.
Krauss Card No.: 1600319   System ID: 38695


505) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supervisor Wilson answers kick by cart drivers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story says some road laborers complain that Wilson fired them when they refused to work 8 hours on Sat. Not so, says Wilson, the story is garbled. He said "I am short on watering carts for sprinkling the streets, making it absolutely necessary to run all of the carts on Saturdays and holidays. The regular wages for driving these wagons is $1.75 a day. In order to keep the old men, who understand the work, on the wagons Saturdays and holidays, I have offered to pay them $2 a day, a substantial advance over the regular rate.
"I am not requiring them to work overtime or on holidays. But the work must be done and I must have men to do it. If the men I already have will not do it, I will have to find others who will. Indications are of a dry summer and, if so, and I am not prepared to keep the watering carts running, there will be a worse kick in the air than that now raised by the cart drivers."
Krauss Card No.: 1600320   System ID: 38696


506) Krauss Heading: Sport
Title: First measured marathon to be run in Honolulu, four laps to the mile on the Makiki baseball field
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Three hot favorites named for marathon race.
Krauss Card No.: 1800837   System ID: 48548


507) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Accompanies legislative excursion to Kalaupapa
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Leprosy].
Krauss Card No.: 2101908 [dc]   System ID: 29516


508) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: The Mauna Kea will take a legislative excursion to Kalaupapa at 10 pm today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mauna Kea returned 7:30 pm April 4. Passengers included J.H. Wilson, large assortment of politicians.
Krauss Card No.: 1000593   System ID: 30249


509) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: Senator Coelho, chairman of the health committee criticized for his handling of the Kalaupapa junket
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the arrangements were a mess, much confusion on board the ship after boarding. Some of the legislators had their wives and children along for no apparent reason. The Mauna Kea departed the dock at 10 pm Saturday to avoid the crowd on the wharf and stood off Honolulu until 1 pm before heading for Molokai so as not to arrive there too early. The band played the ship away.
Krauss Card No.: 1000594   System ID: 30250


510) Krauss Heading: Sport
Title: First measured marathon to be run in Honolulu, four laps to the mile on the Makiki baseball field
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2-3); 6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Chinese has entered. List of entries given. (In March a race was made from Honolulu to Haleiwa on foot and by bicycle. Runners wanted a real marathon with the correct distance so it has been arranged and stories have appeared for a couple of weeks.)
Krauss Card No.: 1800837   System ID: 48547


511) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: The Mauna Kea will take a legislative excursion to Kalaupapa at 10 pm today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (5); 5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Also along will be members of the Board of Health and soem invited guests. Will spend Sunday at Kalaupapa and return Sunday night. Item says 200 permits for the free trip have been issued. The list includes 30 members of the house, 15 of the senate, three newspapermen, Board of Supervisors, half a dozen officials, which would account for about 65. Star asks who are the others?
Krauss Card No.: 1000593   System ID: 30248


512) Krauss Heading: Aea, Joseph K.
Title: Business agent for Queen Liliuokalani, meets her on arrival from the mainland
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Liliuokalani
Krauss Card No.: 100079 [dc]   System ID: 5606


513) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Former queen returns in the Siberia this morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Looks and feels better than she has in 10 years or more. Met at the dock by her business agent, Joseph K. Aea and a large number of friends. Driven to Washington Place where she spent a quiet day. Doesn't seem to be disappointed that Congress has again shelved her request for reparations. She will go to Waikiki tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 1001051   System ID: 31220


514) Krauss Heading: Bishop, Reverend S.E.
Title: Died at 8:10 p.m. yesterday at age 83
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 102175   System ID: 9924


515) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Wilson denies he is building a political machine in the road department
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2101906 [dc]   System ID: 29510


516) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: John H. Wilson denies playing politics
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Said he resents talk put up to the Board of Supervisors and repeated in the newspapers that he is building a political machine in the road department. It is very unfair. "I have made no promises to anybody nor any party," said Wilson this morning. "And have no faith to keep. It my be of interest, however, to note that of 30 men now employed in the stables and garbage departments, 26 are Republicans and only 4 are Democrats. That surely cannot be regarded as much of a Democratic machine."
Wilson said the stable foreman in the 4th Dist. is a Democrat but all his assistants are Republican. "As a matter of fact, I have made very few changes in the 4th Dist.and those had nothing to do with politics, while in the 5th Dist. I made no changes at all, the entire force over there remaining Republican as I had found it."
Wilson said he relieved Nihora Hipa, luna of the garbage dump in Iwilei for two reasons. 1st he didn't show up for an appointment and, it was learned later, that his work was being done by Kaina while Hipa drew the pay. So Wilson appointed Kaina to replace Hipa.
Krauss Card No.: 1401554   System ID: 43105


517) Krauss Heading: Crowningburg, David
Title: Is dropped as deputy road supervisor, given post of cantoneer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Roads.
Krauss Card No.: 302258   System ID: 15874


518) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Announces he is dropping post of deputy road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 2101906 [dc]   System ID: 29509


519) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: John H. Wilson announces he will abolish post of deputy road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This will drop deputy supervisor David Crowningberg who will be offered a post as cantoneer with 3 or 4 men to keep storms and drains unclogged. After the Palolo floor Sat. Crowningberg wanted to put off replacement of the bridge until Monday but Wilson says he will make a few changes and only in those positions for which he thinks he can find better men.
Krauss Card No.: 1600316   System ID: 38692


520) Krauss Heading: Cooke, Frank
Title: Big pilikia for Cooke, his dam above Palolo Valley burst yesterday morning, flooded many
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Flood.
Krauss Card No.: 301522 [dc]   System ID: 14501


521) Krauss Heading: Flood
Title: Bursting dam floods Palolo yesterday morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Frank Cooke had built a dam 10 feet wide and 10 feet high across the narrow outlet to the carter at the head of Palolo Valley filling 50 acres of basin with water during the past rainy days. The dam broke a wall of water 20 feet high and 30 feet wide swept down the valley. Ripped out taro, sweet potatoes, onions, bananas, mountain apple trees, vegetables, two small houses and a bridge. Residents of the valley, homesteaders, are furious. Want such dangerous dams outlawed. At least $10,000 worth of damage done.
Krauss Card No.: 500608   System ID: 21234


522) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Legislature debates bill that would limit powers of the mayor, a house measure
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Introduced by Douthitt, would give supervisors power to fill any vacancy. Kamahu asked what is the sense of paying a mayor if he has no power, also would the bill read the same if the Supervisors were all Democrats? The bill passed.
Krauss Card No.: 300441   System ID: 11819


523) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Expenses and salary accounts passed for road personnel last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson's salary and expenses came to $5,000, road overseers $1,000 each.
Krauss Card No.: 1600315   System ID: 38691


524) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: As expected, John H. Wilson confirmed as road superintendent yesterday afternoon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.K. Paele also confirmed as road overseer in Koolaupoko in place of a Republican. Then the mayor compromised on three other road overseers. Confirmation by the board on each motion was unanimous. Such confirmation as necessary was not conceded by the mayor until yesterday.
Krauss Card No.: 300440   System ID: 11818


525) Krauss Heading: Cummins, Thomas P.
Title: Relieved as road supervisor for Honolulu by John H. Wilson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Roads
Krauss Card No.: 400029 [dc]   System ID: 16927


526) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Mayor, supervisors agree to Wilson's appointment as Honolulu road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson confirmed as road supervisor yesterday afternoon.
Krauss Card No.: 2101905 [dc]   System ID: 29506


527) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Mayor, supervisors agree to Wilson's appointment as Honolulu road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wilson's takeover of the road supervisor's office described.
Krauss Card No.: 2101905 [dc]   System ID: 29508


528) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: John H. Wilson as new road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The new road supervisor-to-be arrived at the office shortly before 9 a.m. today and was received and congratulated by the retiring supervisor, T.J. Cummins. The change will not be completed until after the 15th. Wilson & Cummins went out to look over the roads, Cummins explaining what was being done and contemplated.
Robert W. Cathcart, the new bookkeeper, made a start. At the gov't. stables about the only work done was feeding the mules. Charles Coster stood around. His successor, Kaawahaku, arrived with his gang and were admitted. Mostly nails manicured at main office.
Krauss Card No.: 1600314   System ID: 38690


529) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor-Supervisors agree to Wilson's appointment
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The supervisors and Mayor have practically reached an agreement and John H. Wilson will this afternoon be confirmed as road supervisor. The supervisors' standing committee remain as they are, the mayor conceding the right of the Board to choose them and the mayor will nominate and the board confirm many of those whom the board attempted to appoint. On this basis, it is expected that all will be harmony and the mayor will duly preside over board meetings.
Krauss Card No.: 300437   System ID: 11814


530) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor-Supervisor deadlock loosens
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Today the Mayor put several appropriations bills - for repairs to band instruments, material and supplies to different departments. Now it is up to the supervisors to pass on the mayor right to appointments. Wilson and Paele have quo warranto suits now pending. It is expected that the mayor will concede the board's right to pass on his appointments and all will be amicable again.
Krauss Card No.: 300438   System ID: 11815


531) Krauss Heading: Himeni, Rev.
Title: Preacher and taro planter from Pelekunu Valley takes wrong steamer, jumps overboard and swims back, age 80
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Pelekunu Valley.
Krauss Card No.: 602001 [dc]   System ID: 28255


532) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Mayor, supervisors agree to Wilson's appointment as Honolulu road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101905 [dc]   System ID: 29505


533) Krauss Heading: Pelekunu Valley
Title: Rev. Himeni, taro planter and preacher at Pelekunu Valley, takes wrong steamer, age 80
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He had come to Honolulu on church business, went to the legislature and gave directions to law makers, then started for the waterfront. At 11:30 a.m. the Mauna Kea (for Hawaii) blew her whistle so he went on board, not realizing other ships sailed as well as the Mikahala for Pelekunu. The Mauna Kea had slipped her lines and was drifting away from the dock when a friend realized he was on the wrong ship and told Rev. Himeni who instantly leaped overboard and swam to shore where he was dried off and boarding the Mikahala.
Krauss Card No.: 1301940   System ID: 38156


534) Krauss Heading: Peacock, Walter C.
Title: Head of a large liquor firm, died suddenly at his residence at 1:30 a.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5, (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Had been in ill health for six or seven years with a stomach disorder and liver trouble. Born in England, came to Honolulu in 1881. Peacock & Co. was incorporated in 1896 and branched out into its present large proportions. Peacock conceived the idea of a large, modern hotel in Waikiki and laid out plans for the Moana Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 1301828   System ID: 38021


535) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Johnny's democracy in question
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Besides not being acceptable to the Republican majority of the board of supervisors on grounds not all political, it has been known all along that many Democratic politicians were displeased at John H. Wilson's appointment as road supervisor by the mayor. They say he is doubtful as to his Democratic profession and object to giving the position to one not a voter in the municipality.
Krauss Card No.: 2101904   System ID: 29503


536) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Bill passed by legislature as relief measure to pay municipal employees appointed by the supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 300433 [dc]   System ID: 11810


537) Krauss Heading: Meat
Title: Metropolitan Meat Company to go out of business
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Graziers who have an interest in the concern are paying $75,000 to buy out the company in a lump sum after which it will cease to exist.
Krauss Card No.: 1101003   System ID: 33829


538) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors adjourned last night after doing no business, will meet today at 4 p.m.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There seems to be great uncertainty about what action to take in light of the lack of direction by the court. No help as to whether the mayor has independent power to appoint and what offices he has the power of filling. Both questions caused the deadlock in the first place. So the test case was no test at all.
Krauss Card No.: 300432   System ID: 11808


539) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Kukui, lighthouse tender, arrived yesterday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Came all the way from the Atlantic side, trim little craft, 190 feet long, 300 net-tons, 667 gross tons, 1,100 horse power triple expansion engines giving a speed of 14 knots. Will start out soon on a trip to the lighthouses of Hawaii and will probably go as far as Midway.
Krauss Card No.: 1700745   System ID: 44415


540) Krauss Heading: Volcano
Title: Steamer Mauna Kea takes very large passenger list on volcano excursion
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 2000547   System ID: 50719


541) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supreme Court upholds Mayor Fern
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the appointments by committees established by the board is unauthorized. The court did not decide where the power of appointment lies but implied that it is with the mayor and avoided a ruling whether the appointments require confirmation. The municipal law is expected to be fine tuned in these matters during the current session of the legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 300430   System ID: 11806


542) Krauss Heading: Lumber
Title: The Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Company cannot fulfill its contract for ohia ties
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-03-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The price set was too low. Now the Hawaiian Development Company is foreclosing on the lumber company.
Krauss Card No.: 1001457   System ID: 32273


543) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Y. Soga, editor of Nipu Jiji, arrested for inciting and inflamming Japanese laborers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His is out on $250 bail. A long indictment by the Territorial Grand Jury accuses Soga of stirring up workers to do mischief upon their employers and to ask for higher wages, etc. Also that he has acted in a threatening and hostile manner S. Shibe, owner of the Shinpo, a Japanese daily newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 1300559   System ID: 36291


544) Krauss Heading: Shibe, S.
Title: Editor of the Japanese daily, Shinpo, says he was threatened by Y. Soga, Nippu Jiji editor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 1602059 [dc]   System ID: 40938


545) Krauss Heading: Soga, Y.
Title: Editor of the Nippu Jiji, arrested for inciting and inflaming Japanese laborers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Also accused of threatening Japanese editor S. Shibe of the Shinpo.
Krauss Card No.: 1800574 [dc]   System ID: 48247


546) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Arguments began this morning in the Supreme Court. Briefs have been in the hands of justices for days.
Krauss Card No.: 300427   System ID: 11803


547) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Arguments began this morning in the Supreme Court. Briefs have been in the hands of justices for days.
Krauss Card No.: 300427   System ID: 11804


548) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hearing continues, petitioner rested at 2 p.m. yesterday and the respondent proceeded.
Krauss Card No.: 300427   System ID: 11801


549) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The judge did rule that actions of the supervisors do not affect the mayor's powers established under the municipal charter.
Krauss Card No.: 300427   System ID: 11802


550) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Hearing began at 9:30 a.m. today, road overseer Tom Cummins and supervisor J.C. Quinn on stand
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Much wrangling over evidence.
Krauss Card No.: 300427   System ID: 11800


551) Krauss Heading: Legislature
Title: Begins session today, house and senate start quick work
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1000309   System ID: 29236


552) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: City & County Attys. accuse mayor of not acting under his own free will, dictated byt Democratic Central Committee
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They answer the statement of Trent by claiming that all the acts of Mayor Fern relating to the mandamus proceedings "were dictated and controlled by the Democratic Central Committee of the Territory of Hawaii and its agents and employees for political reasons and were not the free and independent acts of the said Mayor."
Krauss Card No.: 300426   System ID: 11799


553) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Test case postponed for disputed statements to be settled before the main questions can be reserved for the Supreme Court. Postponed until 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 300425   System ID: 11798


554) Krauss Heading: Parade
Title: Lincoln Day brings out parade, 10,000 to celebrate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1301515   System ID: 37688


555) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Makes last plea for payment for lands taken from her, speaks to the American people through the newspaper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says Hawaiian crown lands are worth $10 million.
Krauss Card No.: 1001050   System ID: 31219


556) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Charlie Coster, foreman of the 4th district stables, chosen to make the formal complaint. Papers to have been filed today but seem to be a little behind schedule.
Krauss Card No.: 300424   System ID: 11797


557) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mandamus test case to be filed tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 300424   System ID: 11796


558) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Board meeting held last night with mayor presiding, nothing changed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supervisor Quinn, chairman of the supervisor appointed road committee made his reports, the mayor refused to put motions he felt are illegal.
Krauss Card No.: 300424   System ID: 11795


559) Krauss Heading: Outrigger Canoe Club
Title: Outrigger Club coming along writes Geo. Osborne
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He says a dancing hall is being built, some members have paid their dues promptly and some tourists are taking annual memberships. It looks as if Ford's idea to revive the old Hawaiian sport will take hold.
Krauss Card No.: 1301224   System ID: 37336


560) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Test case to be made on Treasurer Trent
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A committee of road workers accompanied by C&C Atty. Milverton called on Treasurer Trent and formally demanded pay, he as formerly refused. Way is now clear to file suit. Wilson and his men have done no work but claim they are the legal appointees.
Krauss Card No.: 300423   System ID: 11794


561) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Test case made of road workers pay
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Suit progresses.
See: City & County.
Krauss Card No.: 1600312 [dc]   System ID: 38688


562) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Test case to be made on Treasurer Trent
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Deputy City & County Atty. F.W. Milverton is today beginning the drawing up of the papers destined to bring City & County Treasurer R.H. Trent into court to show cause why he should not cash warrants for the pay of Road Overseer Tom Cummins and the 400 men under him.
Krauss Card No.: 300423   System ID: 11793


563) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Test case made of road workers pay
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-02-01 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1600312 [dc]   System ID: 38687


564) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Treasurer Trent refuses to pay appointees about whom there is a doubt
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: As a result, T. Cummins, road superintendent, and his road workers were not paid. J.H. Wilson and his workers have not got as far yet as having their pay warrants issued. There are two road crews and two superintendents at work. The treasurer is afraid he will be responsible if he pays workers illegally. So he has refused to pay employees whose appointments have not been approved by both the mayor and the board.
Krauss Card No.: 300422   System ID: 11791


565) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star says Trent has acted wisely & well.
Krauss Card No.: 300422   System ID: 11792


566) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Doubt about legality of road workers, not paid
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County.
Krauss Card No.: 1600312 [dc]   System ID: 38686


567) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Makes last plea for payment for lands taken from her, speaks to the American people through the newspaper
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story comes out of Washington. She tells her story. Is asking $250,000.
Krauss Card No.: 1001050   System ID: 31218


568) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Description of 2nd floor City Hall in the McIntyre Building
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mayor Fern has hung photos of the previous board of supervisors in his office. Phones now connect all the offices.
Krauss Card No.: 300420   System ID: 11789


569) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Description of City Hall in the McIntyre Bldg.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-27 (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]
See: City & County.
Krauss Card No.: 300421 [dc]   System ID: 11790


570) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor Fern countersigns the pay vouchers without prejudice to his contention that some are illegal, affixes warning of illegality to checks
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He made notations indicating that he was signing without prejudicing his claim of illegality. This means that Auditor Bicknell is liable if any of the checks are spurious and his bondsmen will be liable. So he called in the County Attorney and they are trying to figure out the quickest and best way to bring the matter to court for a decision about which appointees to pay.
Krauss Card No.: 300419   System ID: 11788


571) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: His son sentenced to two years in reform school
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Joseph Fern Jr. was arrested with two other youths- he is 15- for stealing duck eggs from a Chinaman. The cahrge could not be proved in Fern's case, but his father was in court and apparently recommended to the judge that the boy should be punished for general misbehavior. The other two boys were given probation for eight weeks.
Krauss Card No.: 402200   System ID: 25052


572) Krauss Heading: Labor
Title: Capt. Henri Berger arouses ire of citizen laborer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Berger denies he's using Japanese, says he's hired Peter High who is doing the job.
Krauss Card No.: 901575   System ID: 9073


573) Krauss Heading: Berger, Captain Henry
Title: Arouses the ire of local workers for hiring Japanese to build his house in Kaimuki
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Berger says he is not using Japanese labor.
Krauss Card No.: 101812   System ID: 9389


574) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: A new strategy has arisen among the Republican supervisors to force the pay issue
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Instead of taking the matter to court themselves, they are considering letting nature take its course and let the pay vouchers reach the auditor who cannot legally issue pay. Then he will become the butt of the fury, and the employees can fight for their pay, thus saving the supervisors the trouble.
Krauss Card No.: 300418   System ID: 11787


575) Krauss Heading: Labor
Title: Capt. Henri Berger arouses ire of citizen laborer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Berger is building a house in Kaimuki as is alleged to have failed to put the bid out to citizen labor, employing instead, Japanese workers. A citizen laborer says Berger has made a good salary for a quarter of a century under the monarchy and Republic, is now well paid by the City & County, he should give citizen labor a chance.
Krauss Card No.: 901575   System ID: 9072


576) Krauss Heading: Berger, Captain Henry
Title: Arouses the ire of local workers for hiring Japanese to build his house in Kaimuki
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Labor
Krauss Card No.: 101812 [dc]   System ID: 9388


577) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Payrolls are now on the mayor's desk, the supervisors may ask the courts to force him to countersign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Meanwhile, Fern is trying to figure out a way to pay his own appointees. At the same time, Democrats are complaining that the Republican supervisors have cut the police department budget out of spite because a Democratic sheriff was elected, this in spite of the fact that Sheriff Jarrett took pains to keep within the budget of his predecessor Iaukea.
Krauss Card No.: 300416   System ID: 11784


578) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors pass road budget over head of mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Board of Supervisors yesterday afternoon passed over the head of the Mayor salary demands presented by the Roads, bridges, and parks committee, the demands amounting to $881.50 and being for wages and employees under Tom Cummins, road overseer, engineer Gere, park superintendent Young and the garbage bureau.
Krauss Card No.: 300417   System ID: 11785


579) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Police Department pay bill amounting to $2,416.20 was passed at a board meeting this afternoon. The mayor refused to put the motion and it was passed over his head.
Krauss Card No.: 300417   System ID: 11786


580) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Saga of his controversy with supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402199 [dc]   System ID: 25050


581) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supervisors pass road budget over head of mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County
Krauss Card No.: 1600312 [dc]   System ID: 38685


582) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Gov. Frear testifies before congressional committee that he was and is against Lanai land deal
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The land swap was made by his predecessor who thought the Lanai land was worthless for settlement, being eroded and blowing dust. So it was exchanged for more valuable lands in and around Honolulu. But Frear says he believes such country lands as Lanai often become valuable to settlement sooner than expected.
Krauss Card No.: 901989   System ID: 10454


583) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors overrode the mayor's veto of the appropriations bill last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: According to the Star, the mayor is now deciding whether to countersign the checks or not.
Krauss Card No.: 300415   System ID: 11782


584) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisors overrode the mayor's veto of the appropriations bill last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Report on last night's meeting. How the appropriations bill was passed. Then Democratic Supervisor McClellan rose to make a report as chairman of the road committee. Aylett asked him how he got to be chairman. He was appointed by the mayor. Aylett said the mayor had no right to make appointments. McClellan insisted on presenting his expenses but was voted down.
Krauss Card No.: 300415   System ID: 11783


585) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Saga of his controversy with supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402199 [dc]   System ID: 25048


586) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: An item says wireless messages to friends on steamers three or four days out of port are becoming the fad
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1501214   System ID: 3225


587) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Supervisor Aylett is under fire for holding two government jobs
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He holds down a job as night watchman for the Executive Bldg. for which the Territory pays him $50 a month and he is a duly-elected Supervisor of the City & County of Honolulu for which he receives $50 per month. Others who want the night watchman job have pointed out that holding two government jobs is against the law. The question is, however, does his job as night watchman interfere with his duties as supervisor? Or are the two positions separate?
Krauss Card No.: 300414   System ID: 11781


588) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Republican Supervisors feel they have won
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They believe the Democrats don't have the money to take the case to court and that the appointees now working can only be ousted by individual injunction. The Democratic appointees, on the other hand, are merely standing by without pay.
Krauss Card No.: 300413   System ID: 11780


589) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Saga of his controversy with supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402199 [dc]   System ID: 25047


590) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Both the mayor's and the supervisor's appointees drawing pay blanks to submit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: But which set of appointees will draw pay?
Krauss Card No.: 300412   System ID: 11778


591) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Both the mayor's and the supervisor's appointees drawing pay blanks to submit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says W.A. Kinney, Demo leader and an attorney, is the brainpower behind the mayor's veto message given to Dan Logan's appropriation bill for general expenses which comes up before the board on Thursday evening. To override the veto.
Krauss Card No.: 300412   System ID: 11779


592) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Saga of his controversy with supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402199 [dc]   System ID: 25046


593) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Auditor Bicknell doesn't know where he stands on pay
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Doesn't know what to do if the mayor vetoes the board's pay bill and the board overrides the veto. The auditor is not sure he can issue warrants if the mayor does not countersign. The law says the mayor shall countersign and the clerk shall attest.
Krauss Card No.: 300409   System ID: 11775


594) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Board Meeting passes pay bill last night, mayor vetoes it, will auditor act on it?
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The deadlock over pay may finally bring the matter to court. At the meeting last night, R.W. Cathcart went up to Supervisor McClellan (D) and handed him the opposition appropriation bill which covers salaries for employees who have been coming to work every day for nothing, these are the mayor's appointees. Like J.H. Wilson. When will it be decided whose appointees will be paid?
Krauss Card No.: 300411   System ID: 11777


595) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Controversy between mayor, board continues
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-16 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25042


596) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Saga of his controversy with supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-16 (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.: 402199 [dc]   System ID: 25045


597) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: The entire upper story of the McIntyre Building will be leased as city offices
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The matter is to be decided in a board meeting tonight but already the offices are being renovated, 14 of them.
Star makes a joke: Charles Rhodes is to be the mayor's secretary, with an office just outside the mayor's. He may also become editor of the Democratic section of Aloha Aina if that paper agrees to such an arrangement. So the secretary's rooms might be referred to as the editorial rooms of the Democratic Party.
Krauss Card No.: 300408   System ID: 11774


598) Krauss Heading: Kepoikai, Judge Noah
Title: Has been asked to resign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Courts.
Krauss Card No.: 900816 [dc]   System ID: 6811


599) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor and Board still in deadlock at last night's meeting
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mayor continues to refuse to put motions which involve money or any other erosion of his powers.
Krauss Card No.: 300407   System ID: 11772


600) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor and Board still in deadlock at last night's meeting
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The big question now is whether the workers will be paid tomorrow, pay day. If Fern vetoes the pay bill, it will be passed over his veto and then the auditor will have to decide whether it is legal or not. If Fern does not act, the bill will sit for two days.
Krauss Card No.: 300407   System ID: 11773


601) Krauss Heading: Courts
Title: Maui Circuit judge Noa Kepoikai is asked to resign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This has been hanging fire for some time. He has denied it in the past.
Krauss Card No.: 301810   System ID: 15086


602) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Controversy between mayor, board continues
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-14 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25041


603) Krauss Heading: Ambulance
Title: Proposal made for first automobile ambulance in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Headline, First Aid By Auto, the story says the Board of Health is talking over submission of request for an auto ambulance to cost $5,000. Two chauffeurs will be needed at $80 per month and another $250 will cover expenses of extra tires for the biennial period. Total estimate is placed at $7,990.
Krauss Card No.: 100596   System ID: 7032


604) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor and Board hold harmonious meeting but the mayor refuses to back down on his powers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the courts should decide who has what power, both the mayor and the board can't have the same powers. An editorial by Republican below the story accuses Fern of starting the whole thing. This, apparently, because public sentiment is turning to the mayor and blaming the board for trying to take away his powers. Fern says the board has been making decisions without his approval or veto and that's illegal. The board has created financial obligations for the county which the mayor has not approved or vetoed. He said he was ready to compromise with the Republicans on appointments by dividing them up, let McClellan be given a chairmanship on the board and the mayor would retire both Wilson and Cummins from the Road Supervisor race and let a dark horse be appointed. But the Republicans went ahead and set up their own governmental structure with their own offices and appointees without giving the mayor an opportunity to exercise his legal responsibility to veto or approve. The mayor calls a letter from W.O. Smith threatening. Perhaps Smith isn't familiar with the facts.
Krauss Card No.: 300403   System ID: 11630


605) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Deadlock continues but may break
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last night the supervisors did most of their work without Fern who, on the advice of his attorneys, did not put measures. So they had to be put by a substitute chairman. The County Atty. says the supervisors are within their rights and that the mayor has usurped powers of the board. There is to be a meeting this afternoon to see if a compromise can be readied. The mayor says he is willing.
Krauss Card No.: 300402   System ID: 11629


606) Krauss Heading: Diamond Head
Title: Army tunnel digger reports that he has struck a vein of gold in Diamond Head
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 400502   System ID: 18572


607) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Controversy between mayor, board continues
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25037


608) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Wilson & Cummins compete for office space in road department in capitol basement
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Cummins insists he is still road supervisor, has kept the keys to the safe and his staff is still at work. Wilson says he's got road workers out and timekeepers keeping track of their hours. Same for Cummins. It's a good humored siege.
Krauss Card No.: 300398   System ID: 11626


609) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Lawyers are now debating who's right, the mayor or the supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democratic attys. are in a huddle deciding what to do about the deadlock. They are W.A. Kinney, E.M. Watson, C.L. Rhodes and other leaders. Their opinion is that the meeting held by the board is illegal because the mayor called the meeting for approval of bonds and other business took place. The attorneys say the business will have to be done over again tonight. However, the feeling is that the Republicans outgeneraled the Democrats this time.
Krauss Card No.: 300401   System ID: 11628


610) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Controversy between mayor, board continues
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25036


611) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor Joe Fern makes his first speech
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Honolulu needs a City Hall, can't continue to operate the government in rented rooms. Calls for a Belt Road around the island. Is very interested in roads and wants to build the best for the money available. Credits past board chairman Charles Hustace with good financial management. Says he made his appointments according to the law which can be decided by the court. Calls for harmony between the mayor and the board.
Krauss Card No.: 300396   System ID: 11624


612) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: New Board of Supervisors ignores Mayor Fern's appointments, organizes itself, appoints its own committees
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mayor Fern wanted to call a board meeting tomorrow, the board organizes itself today. Said it was necessary or the island would be without a police department.
Krauss Card No.: 300397   System ID: 11625


613) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Makes his first speech
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-04 (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: City & County
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25032


614) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Controversy between mayor, board continues
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402198 [dc]   System ID: 25034


615) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republicans name their own choice for county offices
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1909-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Republican county committee did this on Saturday. For Road Supervisor; James K. Mersberg, T.P. Cummins, R.N. Boyd. Superintendent to Garbage Dept. Capt. Nahora Hipa. Etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1401553   System ID: 43104


616) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Mayor and Supervisors in deadlock over heh mayor's appointments
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The mayor says he has the right to appoint without approval of the board. The board says it has the right to govern the county by committee without the approval of the mayor. The mayor has published a long list of his appointments to City and County offices, including John H. Wilson as Road Supervisor. "I have made my appointments according to municipal law as I understand it," said Fern. Some appointees are holdover Republicans, most are newly appointed Democrats. The list goes:
Holdover Republicans are County Engineer G.C. Gere, Fire Chief C.H. Thurston, bandmaster H. Berger, Electric Light Dept. chief W.L. Frazee, police and fire alarm electrician Charles Reeves.
But the Supervisor of Roads who hires 200 to 300 is J.H. Wilson, Democrat, superintendent of garbage Dept. which hires many is David K. Martin. And the lower level jobs such as grounds keepers for county parks; clerks, lunas, bookkeepers, watchmen in all departments are Democrats. All road overseers and road lunas are Democrats.
Krauss Card No.: 300389   System ID: 11616


617) Krauss Heading: Gere, G.C.
Title: Holdover city & county engineer, reappointed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: City & County.
Krauss Card No.: 501380 [dc]   System ID: 22606


618) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Appointed road supervisor by Mayor Joe Fern
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Struggle with board of supervisors, Republican, over power to appoint begins. [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101902 [dc]   System ID: 29496


619) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Mayor Fern is trying to get the Roads Department bigger quarters
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The department has occupied "snug" quarters rent free in the basement of the capitol. Fern wants to move it to the McIntyre Building where the county would have to pay rent. "How the Board of Supervisors will regard a proposal involving so much added expense remains to be seen." Treasurer Trent receives no rent for the treasury situated in the offices of the Trent Trust Co.
Krauss Card No.: 1600311   System ID: 38684


620) Krauss Heading: Thurston, Charles H.
Title: Holdover fire chief, reappointed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: City and County.
Krauss Card No.: 1900874 [dc]   System ID: 52567


621) Krauss Heading: Government
Title: Mayor Joe Fern takes oath of office
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: First he resigned as supervisor, then walked over to the judiciary bldg. and took the oath as mayor. The secretary of Hawaii will now have to appoint someone to fill the vacancy on the board of supervisors.
Krauss Card No.: 502023   System ID: 23885


622) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Takes oath of office
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Government
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25027


623) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: The word is that Sam Hardesty will be Road Supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is a carpenter, has been a motorman for the Rapid Transit and has built some bridges. His supporters say this fits him to build roads.
Krauss Card No.: 1600310   System ID: 38683


624) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Contests Joe Fern's victory at the polls for mayor, loses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fern wins.
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 902069 [dc]   System ID: 10650


625) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joe Fern disputes John Lane's contention that he should be given the [illegible] election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fern wins.
Krauss Card No.: 401614   System ID: 22787


626) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in election contest with John Lane
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fern wins court case.
See also: Election
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25025


627) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Request for Federal appropriations include $75,000 to fill Waikiki duck ponds
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 2001647   System ID: 51841


628) Krauss Heading: Spreckels, Claus
Title: Died this morning, survived by wife and 4 sons
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long obituary given.
Krauss Card No.: 1800895   System ID: 48615


629) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Contests Joe Fern's victory at the polls for mayor, loses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 902069 [dc]   System ID: 10649


630) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joe Fern disputes John Lane's contention that he should be given the [illegible] election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New flash. Chief Justice allows hearing next Monday after all.
Krauss Card No.: 401614   System ID: 22786


631) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in election contest with John Lane
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25024


632) Krauss Heading: Quinn, James C.
Title: Supervisor elect, owner of taxi stand, refutes complaint about mosquitoes
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he meets a lot of tourists and they don't complain about mosquitoes.
Krauss Card No.: 1501112   System ID: 3108


633) Krauss Heading: Mosquitoes
Title: George Osborne writes to the editor that mosquitoes are driving tourists away from Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supervisor elect Quinn disputes Osborne's contention about mosquitoes. Quinn says he meets a lot of tourists in his auto business and none of them have complained about mosquitoes.
Krauss Card No.: 1101883   System ID: 35747


634) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: New interpretation of Supreme Court decision
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The ruling was not on the merits of the case, merely on a technicality. The case was thrown out because McCandless as a taxpayer is not involved in the land swap and has no standing in court. No ruling was given as to the legality of the swap.
Krauss Card No.: 901988   System ID: 10453


635) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Contests Joe Fern's victory at the polls for mayor, loses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 902069 [dc]   System ID: 10648


636) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joe Fern disputes John Lane's contention that he should be given the [illegible] election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): (6-7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supreme Court calls off the recount, Joe Fern is Mayor. Lane's position not sufficiently sustained.
Krauss Card No.: 401614   System ID: 22784


637) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in election contest with John Lane
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25023


638) Krauss Heading: Mosquitoes
Title: George Osborne writes to the editor that mosquitoes are driving tourists away from Honolulu
Author: George Osborne
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Says tourists come here and are located in Waikiki beside a mosquito swamp and are eaten alive.
Krauss Card No.: 1101883   System ID: 35746


639) Krauss Heading: Osborne, George
Title: Writes to the editor complaining about mosquitoes
Author: George Osborne
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Mosquitoes.
Krauss Card No.: 1301202 [dc]   System ID: 37311


640) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: L.L. McCandless loses Supreme Court case to stop the Territory from making Lanai land swap
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It involves 47,000 acres. - c5 - Alan Herbert thinks it's a bad decision. Everybody will be worry [sic]. "We are giving away an island with 46 miles of waterfront for schoolhouse lots that are unsuitable for the purpose. I have never known of a worse piece of business." Herbert said if the people had been consulted about the swap, it would never have happened.
Krauss Card No.: 901987   System ID: 10449


641) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Loses Supreme Court case to stop the Territory from making Lanai land swap
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Land.
Krauss Card No.: 1100631 [dc]   System ID: 33179


642) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Hawaiian Dredging formally awarded the Pearl Harbor dredging contract this morning by the War Department
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Dillingham combine for dredging the channel will include an interest by the San Francisco Bridge Co.
Krauss Card No.: 1301877   System ID: 38080


643) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Map shown of land taken at Waikiki for military use
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (1-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The map shows the outline of present fort De Russy.
Krauss Card No.: 2001646   System ID: 51840


644) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: Jewels from his estate are sold at auction
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Several large pieces are described with the prices paid.
Krauss Card No.: 900554   System ID: 6191


645) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic County Committee makes recommendations for county offices
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For County Engineer, C.W. North and Chris J. Willis. For Road Supervisor, Tom Gandall, H.H.K. De Fries and S.C. Hardesty. Superintendent of Electric Lights, James C. Crane. Chief Clerk of the Road Dept., J.C. Anderson.
Plus many more, including Police Force offices.
Krauss Card No.: 1401552   System ID: 43103


646) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Contests Joe Fern's victory at the polls for mayor, loses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-12 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 902069 [dc]   System ID: 10647


647) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joe Fern disputes John Lane's contention that he should be given the [illegible] election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lane wins first round in recount fight. Fern's demurrer dismissed, recount begins a week from next Monday.
Krauss Card No.: 401614   System ID: 22783


648) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in election contest with John Lane
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-12 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25022


649) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Hawaiian Dredging formally awarded the Pearl Harbor dredging contract this morning by the War Department
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The contract comes to $3,560,000 and calls for removal of 5,017,000 cubic yards of coral and sand from the channel. The War Department thinks the price is fair considering the risk involved.
Krauss Card No.: 1301877   System ID: 38079


650) Krauss Heading: Young Brothers
Title: John "Johnny" Young sets launch record from Molokai
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Young Bros. was asked to deliver four drums of gasoline to the new lighthouse site at Kalaupapa last Thursday so John Young set out in the launch Brothers. He left here at 11 a.m. and returned at 5 p.m. the next day, making the return in 6 hours, 25 minutes, a new record. Said the trip was rough but the big waves helped make speed because he got up to 20 knots sliding down the front of swells. His average speed as 8 knots, plus.
Krauss Card No.: 2200720   System ID: 54598


651) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Contests Joe Fern's victory at the polls for mayor, loses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 902069 [dc]   System ID: 10646


652) Krauss Heading: Cooper, Will
Title: Is the Hawaiian Star waterfront reporter
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (8) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 301567 [dc]   System ID: 14702


653) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joe Fern disputes John Lane's contention that he should be given the [illegible] election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 401614   System ID: 22781


654) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Involved in election contest with John Lane
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election
Krauss Card No.: 402196 [dc]   System ID: 25021


655) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Will Cooper is the Star waterfront reporter
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (8) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Covers a story about the new S.S. Makura.
Krauss Card No.: 1300556   System ID: 36287


656) Krauss Heading: Art
Title: Kilohana Art League holds 31st semi-annual exhibition
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: As usual, D. Howard Hitchcock, father of the League, was the backbone of the exhibit. Has drawn largely from Kauai.
Krauss Card No.: 101127   System ID: 8179


657) Krauss Heading: Dillingham, Walter F.
Title: Wins $3 1/2 million Pearl Harbor dredging contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 400605 [dc]   System ID: 19635


658) Krauss Heading: Hitchcock, D. Howard
Title: His paintings the backbone of a new Kilohana Art League exhibit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Art.
Krauss Card No.: 602046 [dc]   System ID: 28313


659) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Enroute to Washington with Kuhio
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story out of San Francisco says she arrived on the Mongolia November 23.
Krauss Card No.: 1001049   System ID: 31217


660) Krauss Heading: Mitamura, Dr.
Title: President of a company
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Sampan.
Krauss Card No.: 1101500 [dc]   System ID: 35240


661) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Dillinghams get $3???
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Their contract was the lowest entered in Washington.
Krauss Card No.: 1301876   System ID: 38078


662) Krauss Heading: Sampans
Title: First of a fleet of power sampans launched for Hawaiian Fisheries Co.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Leading Japanese attended the dinner and 200 Japanese fishermen. A.L.C. Atkinson is attorney for the new concern. Former Sec. of Hawaii, quite popular. The sampan was launched on Saturday with a 25-hp Union gasoline engine. President of the company is D. Mitamura. All officers are Japanese. Celebration at the Sunouchi Club (tea house?).
Krauss Card No.: 1601420   System ID: 40176


663) Krauss Heading: Telephone
Title: Automatic telephones advertised by Hawaiian Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Get your name on the list for an automatic telephone. No business is so private that it cannot be safely talked over the automatic - nobody can possibly butt in. Every line independent. Subscribers can be run up by any nationality.
Krauss Card No.: 1900309   System ID: 47845


664) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: Wireless success takes on aura of fantasy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For weeks Star has been extolling the work of wireless wizard Isbell at Kahuku, comparing him with Marconi. Headlined his first contact with Japan by wireless. Now it is a story about his first reception of a radio phone message. He was listening for wireless sparks and heard VOICES. He told the Star, " I thought I heard the angels talking.
Isbell has become such a personality in Honolulu that a story said recently some considered im psychic because of his success with wireless, talking to people thousands of miles away.
Krauss Card No.: 1501213   System ID: 3224


665) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Speaks Hawaiian, English and Portuguese at campaigns in all, beat Lane by 8 votes
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 93) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: San Francisco Chronicles reprint says that Fern was paymaster for stevedores for Wilder Steamship Co. and later I-I, has been supervisor for 2 years. He is the 14th child in his father's family, is half-Hawaiian. He has 10 children surviving from 14. Patriarch was James Fern who fought with Wellington against Napoleon, came to Hawaii as a shipwright for Kamehameha II and repaired the King's fleet, built the first frame house on Maui and many sugar mills. Died at age 90, Hawaiian wife, in 1880. Joseph Fer hired and fired at Wilder & I-I.
Krauss Card No.: 402195   System ID: 25019


666) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: New mayor will name county officers without confirmation of the board
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This decision reached last night at a Democratic meeting. Ordinarily appointments by the mayor would need confirmation by the board. But the entire board will go out this time so there is a special provision allowing the mayor to appoint in advance. The mayor will also name the chairman of the supervisor's committees. Democrat McClellan will be chairman of the road committee. So it appears that the Democrats will organize the new municipal government.
Krauss Card No.: 1401551   System ID: 43102


667) Krauss Heading: Marshall, William H. "Volcano"
Title: Former Honolulu newsman dies in Shanghai
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Suddenly on Nov. 1. Often in hot water due to the virility of his pen. A powerful writer.
Krauss Card No.: 1100283   System ID: 32222


668) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: 300 men in the road department laid off Friday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The supervisors have cut the appropriation from $1,600 per month to $1,400 which was not enough to allow work to be continued to the end. Road works are up in arms because they were not laid off in staggered teams so all could have some work off and on.
Supervisor Cummins said he had to keep 10 big gangs going to the last minute because stopping work on the projects would have caused a lot of harm. Then nearly everybody had to go except maintenance people who feed the mules.
Krauss Card No.: 1600309   System ID: 38682


669) Krauss Heading: Achi, William C.
Title: Politician and real estate dealer in trouble
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is being investigated by the attorney general on the basis of 8 complaints so far that people gave him money, but did not receive title for land in return.
Krauss Card No.: 100108   System ID: 5660


670) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Condemnation suits underway in which the Federal Government is acquiring land in Waikiki for a military post
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story yesterday said a big coast artillery base will be established in Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 2001645   System ID: 51839


671) Krauss Heading: Fashion
Title: Star shows a page of hat styles
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402126   System ID: 24908


672) Krauss Heading: Logan, Daniel
Title: Newspaperman, is supervisor elect, Republican
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Roads].
Krauss Card No.: 1001226 [dc]   System ID: 31419


673) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supervisor elect Daniel Logan and incumbent Chairman of Supervisors discuss roads
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: After a conversation about the need for roads, Hustace sends Logan a Scientific American article dated Oct. 24, 1908 stating that European macadam roads are the envy of U.S. drivers. But American macadam roads fall apart in a few years. The article attributes the excellence of European roads to maintenance which in nonexistent in the U.S. Instead of repairing pot holes that hold water and weaken the road by additional traffic, the holes are allowed to grow worse.
Krauss Card No.: 1600308   System ID: 38681


674) Krauss Heading: Coke, J.L.
Title: Elected county attorney on Democratic ticket for Maui
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 301332 [dc]   System ID: 14052


675) Krauss Heading: Maui
Title: J.L. Coke, Democrat, elected Maui county attorney
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One of 5 Democrats elected on Maui.
Krauss Card No.: 1100512   System ID: 32872


676) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Road Supervisor Tom Cummings denies helping Achi in the campaign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he did not work among road laborers to politic for Achi. Said he told the men that if they were found politicking while at work, they would get into trouble. But he couldn't do anything about their after hours activities. He could not discharge men working for Achi because it was contrary to the resolution passed by the Board of Supervisors.
Krauss Card No.: 1401550   System ID: 43101


677) Krauss Heading: Jarrett, William
Title: Wins election as sheriff of Oahu county
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election
Krauss Card No.: 800586 [dc]   System ID: 1562


678) Krauss Heading: Beckley, Admiral George C.
Title: Loses election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Election
Krauss Card No.: 101694 [dc]   System ID: 9182


679) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Is swamped in the election
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 701684 [dc]   System ID: 19261


680) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Joseph J. Fern to be first mayor of Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Republicans control the legislature, but Democrats elect mayor and sheriff Jarrett. In addition, Oahu elects two Democrats out of three senators, H.T. Moore and Frank Harvey. Kuhio beat McCandless easily. Link said the plantation influence beat him. Only one Democrat won a supervisor seat, W.H. McClellan. Resume: Democrats elected a mayor, sheriff, deputy sheriff, two senators, two representatives from the 5th District and one supervisor and the treasurer for Honolulu. Republicans took everything else.
Krauss Card No.: 401613   System ID: 22778


681) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Wins election as first mayor of Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election
Krauss Card No.: 402194 [dc]   System ID: 25016


682) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Loses election for delegate to Kuhio
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was swamped. Says plantation influence beat him.
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 1100631 [dc]   System ID: 33177


683) Krauss Heading: McClellan, Wm. H.
Title: Wins election as supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Is the only Democrat on the board.
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 1100777 [dc]   System ID: 33391


684) Krauss Heading: Notley, Charles K.
Title: Is swamped by Kuhio and McCandless
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Election.
Krauss Card No.: 1300909 [dc]   System ID: 36972


685) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Honolulu tense as voters go to the polls today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star reports evidence of split ticket voting. Wm. Howard Taft to be the next president, according to cable from around the country.
Krauss Card No.: 1401549   System ID: 43100


686) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Campaign is drawing to a close
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kuhio, McCandless both predict victories. Huge torchlight parade to be held by the Republicans tonight - 1,500 to participate, many firms to enter floats called transparencies. The parade will end at Aala Park with a giant rally.
Krauss Card No.: 1401549   System ID: 43099


687) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: McCandless counters a list of his land holdings with his owh list of Kuhio's mismanaged holdings
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Kuhio has mortgaged his holdings in 51 transfers of 10,926 acres for $510,439.See also: Land
Krauss Card No.: 801486 [dc]   System ID: 4524


688) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: McCandless counters the list of his land holdings wiht Kuhio's mismanaged holdings
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In an introduction, McCandless says his record tells a story of confidence in real estate, full values paid for everything that passed into his hands - so that today McCandless is a free man, free to see the injustice of things as they exist. Free to combat class preferences. He compares this record to Kuhio's estate inherited from Queen Kapiolani which Kuhio has continually mortgaged involving 51 transfers of 10,926 acres and receipts therefrom of $518,439.
Krauss Card No.: 901986   System ID: 10446


689) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Star prints half page of Link McCandless land holdings acquired from small Hawaiians
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A long, long list of Kuleanas acquired by Link since 1987 [sic] to make up his holding of 6,000 acres. Much of it is in Waianae and Ewa. The list gives the date of acquisition, from whom and the location of the land. Most of the names are Hawaiian. Another full page two columns wife on p7.
Krauss Card No.: 901985   System ID: 10443


690) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link
Title: Star prints a long list of land holdings by Link McCandless, totals 6,000 acres
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-6, 7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Most of the land was acquired from Hawaiians. The list gives dates of acquisition, from whom and the location of the land.
Krauss Card No.: 1100629   System ID: 33173


691) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Gov. Frear announces that he will open homestead lots on Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has returned from a tour of the Big Island, some of the lands are in the district of Waiohinu, Kau and the rest near Waimea. He held discussions with the people of Kau, they are old Hawaiians who have lost their land and want a few acres to grow sweet potatoes and raise a few pigs. At Waimea the discussion was with cowboys who work at Parker Ranch, want a place to build a house and have a garden, raise a little corn and have enough pasture for a few ponies, say 5 acres.
Krauss Card No.: 901984   System ID: 10442


692) Krauss Heading: Frear, Gov. Walter F.
Title: Has returned from tour of Big Island on homestead business
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-28 (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]
See: Land.
Krauss Card No.: 501094 [dc]   System ID: 22120


693) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Construction on the Hilo breakwater began this morning
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Message received by B.F. Dillingham by wireless, he is president of the Hilo railroad which is hauling the rock from Puna. The road is also commenced loading of ohia trees being hauled for shipment to the mainland. The road has built four miles of track for the breakwater project. A new plan by contractor Metzger is to lay track out on the breakwater as it is being built and as dumping of rock progresses.
Krauss Card No.: 600778   System ID: 25471


694) Krauss Heading: Movies
Title: Movie photog Bonine shows more film of Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Shown at the Opera House Saturday night. Scenes of Kilauea Crater in action, funeral of Prince David Kawananakoa, many island scenes and some comic shows.
Krauss Card No.: 1101945   System ID: 35819


695) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Gov. Frear attacks Link McCandles at GOP rally in Orpheum Theater last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "According to the reports, the candidate of the Democratic party is making land his issue and is relying principally on the promise that if he is elected he will see that every elector gets 160 acres of the public lands for $10. But he knows, just as well as you and I know, that he could not fulfill such a condition...for...there is not enough public land in the whole of the Territory to go around at the rate. There is only a total of 1,676,705 acres of public lands in all, and 13,147 registered voters."
Krauss Card No.: 1401547   System ID: 43096


696) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Campaign gets to the name calling stage
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Link McCandless calls Gov. Frear a liar for claiming at the Orpheum Theater GOP rally that McCandless has promised Hawaiians on Hawaii 10 acres of land each. Denies he promised land.
Krauss Card No.: 1401548   System ID: 43097


697) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Campaign gets to the name calling stage
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Meanwhile, Sheriff Iaukea carries on his lone independent campaign from soapboxes around town, calling himself an independent Democrat, says the Republicans are extravagant, out for jobs and spoils, Democrats are for economical government. Iaukea will talk to the Honolulu Iron workers tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 1401548   System ID: 43098


698) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Judge Dole rules that federal election law on corporate spending for representatives does not apply to Hawaii delegate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1401546   System ID: 43095


699) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Star editorial calls good roads one of Hawaii's greatest needs
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: "Hawaii needs nothing more than roads. People who seldom or never go out of the sound of the whistles of Honolulu have no idea of the lack of roads between towns and settlements on the different islands and between the small farming districts...and the steamer landings...The lack of main roads, together with settlement roads connecting therewith, is the greatest handicap on the development of this territory which exists..."
Krauss Card No.: 1600307   System ID: 38680


700) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio and GOP striking back at Link with review of his own land deals
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now making speeches about the suit decided some years ago by the Supreme Court. Evidence came out that McCandless tried to get land from a Kalihi woman named Keone by promising her what was not in the written contract. She would have received a poor, unimproved lot worth $100 and McCandless a lot worth four times this contrary to an oral agreement. She was very surprised when the surveyor laid out the lines, protested and was sued by McCandless for enforcement of contract.
Krauss Card No.: 1401545   System ID: 43094


701) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless and Kuhio tangle in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: R.W. Shingle has returned from Hawaii with a report on the delegate race. Kuhio in autos is following the track of Link. Says Link has been promising every Hawaiian an 100-acre homestead free if he gets in. Says Kuhio is trying to take away the right of Hawaiians to vote. Shingle is a Republican.
Krauss Card No.: 1401543   System ID: 43092


702) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic rally at Aala Park Saturday reported
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: E.M. Watson said if the government did not give the people land the Japanese would be the voters 20 years hence. Republican boasts of having brought county gov't. and the College of Agriculture slighted the Dem contribution. The college would be a gold brick unless people had land to cultivate. It was the Democrats who had driven booze, beer and buncombe out of politics and had stopped the chain of ballots system. Joe Fern said he didn't feel his lack of English would be a hindrance as mayor. A man could do a thing in Hawaiian just as well as he could in English.
Krauss Card No.: 1401544   System ID: 43093


703) Krauss Heading: Desha, Reverend Stephen L.
Title: Called greatest orator in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Town Talk column compares him to Sarah Bernhardt.
See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 400458 [dc]   System ID: 17748


704) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats announce week-long rally schedule
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Begin at Aala Park tonight. Joe Aea's Waikiki residence Mon. also Liliha and Wyllie Sts. Kakaako-Iwilei Tues. Kamoiliili, Liliha-School Wed. Punchbowl, Kalihi Camp Thurs. Etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1401541   System ID: 43090


705) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Town Talk column lauds Steven Desha's oratory
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Hawaiians have a talent for oratory. Delegate Kuhio is not considered the best but speaks with vigor and intensity. John Wise is effective but Rev. S.L. Desha is in a class by himself. "One may listen to this man and watch him with enjoyment without understanding a single word he says. I am reminded of seeing Sarah Bernhardt without understanding French. It was enough to watch her actions, hear the intonations of her voice and feel the impression of her intensity of motion. In eloquence of gesture no speaker of any race can equal Desha when talking in Hawaiian."
Krauss Card No.: 1401542   System ID: 43091


706) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Roads & politics engage Board of Supervisors
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last night supervisor Frank Harvey complained that laborers were being discharged from the roads for their politics. Chairman Hustace denied knowledge of this and promised to investigate, quoted a resolution passed two years ago against such a practice.
Archer complained that skilled road workers in Koolau were kept on wages instead of daily pay. Overseer Peck and County Engineer Gere said it was necessary because skilled workers could not be found just anytime.
Harvey charged that a Koolau drove a roller into the ditch while drunk. Engineer Lopez denied the charge, evidence hearsay.
Krauss Card No.: 1600306   System ID: 38679


707) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican candidates start around-island tour
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Autos furnished Henriques Quinn and Watkins. Large crowd going, first stop Waikane at 3 p.m. today, then on around. Large meet planned for Waialua Friday.
Krauss Card No.: 1401541   System ID: 43089


708) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Brass-lunged soap box orator Kauwe opens campaign for Democrats on corner of Bethel & King
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: at 12:15 p.m. today. He's a former police department employee who could be heard all the way to Ford, Hotel, Nuuanu and Merchant Sts. Extolled the principle of Wm. Jennings Bryan. Republican ratification rally last night at Aala Park considered a big success, large audience. Quite audience, but Stephen Desha had the audience laughing and cheering.
Krauss Card No.: 1401540   System ID: 43088


709) Krauss Heading: Rose, Charlie
Title: Will resign from the Police Department Saturday to campaign for deputy sheriff
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He's a Democrat.
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1600705 [dc]   System ID: 39152


710) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Special Officer Mana resigns to campaign for Sheriff C.P. Iaukea
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Iaukea says he will remain on the job, may take a campaign swing around the island just before election. If people want a police department free of politics, he is the right choice. Charles Rose will resign Saturday to campaign as Democratic nominee for deputy sheriff.
Krauss Card No.: 1401539   System ID: 43087


711) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Rob Roy, historic schooner, ends her days on the reef in the dark off Kalihi
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-10-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She was built by Squires at Koolau in 1846, had many owners, was hauling firewood from Pearl Harbor to Honolulu. Had been ashore nearly 200 times in 62 years according to former owner Aleka Dowsett. She started Tuesday, September 29, afternoon from Pearl Harbor with full cargo firewood. Becalmed. Drifted ashore. Threw over the anchor but the chain had been taken by schooner Ada, a rotten rope broke immediately. She struck and pounded. The two Japanese crew couldn't swim. Captain Sam Kahaunahi swam with one to shore, then the other.
Krauss Card No.: 1701044   System ID: 44819


712) Krauss Heading: Fashion
Title: Full page of news with pictures of ladies styles this year
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another page of fashions, French this time.
Krauss Card No.: 402125   System ID: 24907


713) Krauss Heading: Notley, Charles K.
Title: Is Home Rule candidate for delegate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column) 7(3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1300909 [dc]   System ID: 36971


714) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Sanity is setting in, nobody gives the independents much chance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Campaigns to open Monday with ratification rallies for the candidates. Kuhio is headed for Kauai to stump where McCandless has been getting in licks. For the first time the Democrats have a candidate with money to travel where he wants to go.
Krauss Card No.: 1401537   System ID: 43085


715) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Home Rulers and Laborites pick candidates yesterday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Charles K. Notley, Home Ruler, for delegate. W.C. Achi, Laborite, for Mayor. John Wise, Republican, for sheriff, George C. Beckley, Independent. The supervisors are mishmash of all parties except Democrat which were not selected for any post.
Krauss Card No.: 1401538   System ID: 43086


716) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Running for sheriff again on independent ticket
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 701684 [dc]   System ID: 19260


717) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Sanity is setting in, nobody gives the independents much chance
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-29 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1401537   System ID: 43084


718) Krauss Heading: Beckley, Admiral George C.
Title: Running for treasurer on independent ticket
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 101694 [dc]   System ID: 9181


719) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Fresh complications develop, color line deepens
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now there are three independent candidates in the field for treasurer, county attorney and sheriff. Carlos Long decided to run for county atty. when he saw that both opposing candidates are haole. Same for George C. Beckly when he saw that both candidates for treasurer are haole, so he's running as a Hawaiian. Iaukea will have Civic Federation and Anti-Saloon League support.
Party officials don't know what to do about the indendents, they shatter party lines and make chaos out of slates picked at conventions.
Krauss Card No.: 1401536   System ID: 43083


720) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link's Latest hits at labor trouble potential
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Told a Star reporter this morning that the planters should be angry with Kuhio for not putting a rider on federal appropriations calling for only citizen labor on public works. As it is, Japanese are leaving the plantations for $1 to $1.25 a day construction jobs, this will create labor problems for the planters, scarcity. It will cost them thousands of dollars because their interests have not been properly looked after.
Krauss Card No.: 1401535   System ID: 43082


721) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Story says the company will agree to handle local shipping and give Matson trans-pac freight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story of amalgamation between I-I and Matson denied.
See: Shipping.
Krauss Card No.: 701889 [dc]   System ID: 19552


722) Krauss Heading: Matson Navigation Co.
Title: Story says Matson and Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. have agreed to share inter-island and mainland shipping
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story emphatically denied.
See: Shipping.
Krauss Card No.: 1100316 [dc]   System ID: 32268


723) Krauss Heading: Shipping
Title: Edward D. Tenney, first Vice President and Manager of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., agents of Matson Navigation Company, positively denies amalgamation story.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the subject was never even discussed with Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company. There is no working agreement between the companies except that Inter-Island takes freight from Matson and ships it to the Neighbor Islands. Says the story was made up out of whole cloth.
Krauss Card No.: 1701502   System ID: 45466


724) Krauss Heading: Jarrett, William
Title: Nominated at Democratic convention for sheriff
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (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: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 800586 [dc]   System ID: 1561


725) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Kuhio denies making "look to the skin" remark
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (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: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801485 [dc]   System ID: 4523


726) Krauss Heading: Earthquake
Title: Earthquake reported in Hilo Sunday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Incidents of strong quake described.
Krauss Card No.: 401333   System ID: 21505


727) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Nominated by Democratic convetion for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (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: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 402194 [dc]   System ID: 25015


728) Krauss Heading: McClellan, Wm. H.
Title: Nominated by Democrats for supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (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: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100777 [dc]   System ID: 33390


729) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Kuhio emphatically denies saying, look to the skin - 'nana ka ili'
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Declared that he did not use the expression in his speech or somebody would have heard it. He did not use it while personally working among the delegates because he did not personally work among the delegates.
"During all my political career I have constantly spoken against any recognition of a color line in our politics. Under all circumstances I have spoken against it." Says someone may have construed his recommendation to elect a "son of the soil" which is a common American expression. Has nothing to do with color or race.
Krauss Card No.: 1401533   System ID: 43080


730) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Joe Fern nominated without contest as mayor candidate at Democratic convention
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Whole thing over in one day. Candidates are Fern for Mayor, Wm. P. Jarrett for Sheriff; for supervisors - Edward Ingham, W.H. McClellan, A.V. Peters, M.E. Silva, Joseph Kuhia, J.K. Paele, H.N. Crabbe.
Krauss Card No.: 1401534   System ID: 43081


731) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: County Republican convention officially opens today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The news today is that Kuhio bitterly attacked candidate Hustace last Saturday and has aroused strong reaction, that his own candidacy may be in danger. Senator Chillingworth is managing Lane's campaign for mayor with skill. Showing energy and skill between ballots, bargained for withdrawal of Boyd for Senator in return for Lane votes. More caucuses this afternoon.
Krauss Card No.: 1401529   System ID: 43074


732) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic Convention opens today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At 2:45 p.m. after strenuous ballot adopted secret ballot as method of voting.
Krauss Card No.: 1401532   System ID: 43078


733) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic Convention opens today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Candidates selected in caucus last night are Joseph J. Fern, mayor; Wm. Paul Jarrett, sheriff; supervisors J.W. Young, W.C. Wilder, Edward Ingham, Tom Gandall, Henry Vida, A.V. Peters, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1401532   System ID: 43079


734) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: First complete business wireless message from the West Coast received in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Directions from San Francisco by the Wireless Telegraph Co. The new ariel [sic] at Kahuku is complete. Kahuku is constantly picking up messages sent from California to ships at sea.
Krauss Card No.: 1501212   System ID: 3223


735) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Being criticized for "look to the skin" comment during Republican convention
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801485 [dc]   System ID: 4522


736) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats reported in confusion over GOP choice of Lane for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Democrats concede that native Democrats will vote for Lane. Don't know what to do. Political situation in Honolulu one of chaos (it says here). Kuhio's fight for Lane said to be breaking up party lines. His slogan, "look to the skin," was heard from him during the fight for mayor. One result is Republican backlash against Kuhio, so there is chaos in those ranks also. The Democrats are now having trouble finding candidates for the convention tomorrow night. Need Mayoral candidate and 7 supervisors.
Krauss Card No.: 1401531   System ID: 43077


737) Krauss Heading: Lane, John
Title: Wins Republican nomination for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-21 (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: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 902068 [dc]   System ID: 10645


738) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Lane wins nomination for Republican candidate for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This important fact was not mentioned on page one. On the first ballot Lane was strongest; Lane 93, Lucas 82, Hustace 64. Then Hustace men began to switch and the count changed to Lane 113, Lucas 90, Hustace 37. Hustace took the stage, made a short abdication speech and asked his voters to support Lucas. It was too late. The vote then went to Lucas 133, Land 1,045. Lane was then elected by acclimation.
Krauss Card No.: 1401530   System ID: 43075


739) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: andidate for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Other nominees, John Wise for sheriff, supervisors: R.W. Aylett, Andrew E. Cox, Wm. A. Kane, Daniel Logan, J.C. Quinn, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1401530   System ID: 43076


740) Krauss Heading: Wise, John
Title: Wins Republican nomination for sheriff
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 2200029 [dc]   System ID: 53766


741) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: County Republican convention officially opens today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Probably will have secret balloting tonight for the mayor's race.
Krauss Card No.: 1401529   System ID: 43073


742) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Story says the company will agree to handle local shipping and give Matson trans-pac freight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Shipping.
Krauss Card No.: 701889 [dc]   System ID: 19551


743) Krauss Heading: Matson Navigation Co.
Title: Story says Matson and Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. have agreed to share inter-island and mainland shipping
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Shipping.
Krauss Card No.: 1100316 [dc]   System ID: 32267


744) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: J.M. Dowsett for mayor is the latest wrinkle
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More on the Dowsett bandwagon. He has agreed to run. All three other candidates still claiming victory. Long fight predicted.
Krauss Card No.: 1401528   System ID: 43072


745) Krauss Heading: Smith, Fred (Captain)
Title: Owns small tug, Kaena, crewed by Japanese
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Ship-Tug, Kaena
Krauss Card No.: 1800017 [dc]   System ID: 43912


746) Krauss Heading: Ship-Tug
Title: Kaena, small Japanese-owned tug, runs afoul of discriminatory regulation
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No, she is owned by Captain Fred Smith but crewed by Japanese, with a Japanese skipper. The law reads that only licensed captains can take tugs out of the harbor, and aliens cannot be licensed. Therefore, the little Kaena may not go out. But she went to Pearl Harbor and will now have to pay a penalty of $100.
Krauss Card No.: 1701210   System ID: 45023


747) Krauss Heading: Shipping
Title: Inter-Island and Matson to combine rather than compete
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For some time it appeared that Inter-Island and Matson would come to logger heads over interisland shipping. Matson is 30 percent locally owned and Inter-Island is a very powerful local company. This story says they have agreed to work together on common shipping rates from the Neighbor Islands to shipping rates from the Neighbor Islands to San Francisco, thereby combining forces yet remaining separate entities. Called one of the most important shipping stories of the time.
Krauss Card No.: 1701501   System ID: 45465


748) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: J.M. Dowsett for mayor is the latest wrinkle
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3 & 7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star says the race is unchanged otherwise. Dowsett is suggested as a compromise candidate. Has a good record as legislator.
Krauss Card No.: 1401528   System ID: 43071


749) Krauss Heading: Fashion
Title: Full page of news with pictures of ladies styles this year
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 402125   System ID: 24906


750) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican convention begins, platform printed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Convention turns to county offices, great competition between Lane, Hustace and Lucas. No clear winner. Achi says Kuhio has been able to round up only 70 delegates for Lane. Predicts Hustace on the first ballot.
Krauss Card No.: 1401527   System ID: 43070


751) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Horrible stench coming from marsh along Kalakaua
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For several months this has been growing worse and worse. Not believed to be disease bearing. Main complaint comes from the offensive odor which greets the nostrils of anyone riding out to the beach on the electric cars. Worse part is just as the cars turn to the beach road from crossing the McCully tract. Remarks of passengers are more forceful than polite.
Krauss Card No.: 2001644   System ID: 51838


752) Krauss Heading: Kalanianaole, Prince Jonah Kuhio
Title: Is renominated by Republican convention for delegate to congress
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-15 (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: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 801485 [dc]   System ID: 4521


753) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican convention begins, platform printed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A.L.C. Atkinson is the new chairman of the Central Committee. Will leave for Hawaii to straighten out GOP affairs there.
Krauss Card No.: 1401527   System ID: 43068


754) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican convention begins, platform printed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kuhio renominated for delegate.
Krauss Card No.: 1401527   System ID: 43069


755) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican convention begins, platform printed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The convention is at the Orpheum theater.
Krauss Card No.: 1401527   System ID: 43067


756) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Hilo breakwater is progressing
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Delbert Metzger is in town, says he is blasting quarry rock in Puna, but the right of way for the railway to carry it is in doubt and may slow things down. Congress has provided an appropriation of $400,000 for the breakwater.
Krauss Card No.: 600777   System ID: 25470


757) Krauss Heading: McKinley High School
Title: Opened yesterday afternoon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (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: School.
Krauss Card No.: 1100961 [dc]   System ID: 33782


758) Krauss Heading: Metzger, Delbert
Title: Is visiting Honolulu, says he is blasting quarry rock in Puna for his Hula breakwater
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Harbor - Neighbor Islands.
Krauss Card No.: 1101205 [dc]   System ID: 34301


759) Krauss Heading: Schools
Title: McKinley Memorial High School opens yesterday afternoon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Principal is M.M. Scott who raised the old Fort St. School to the status of a high school, in the former palace of Princess Ruth. Speeches reported including one by Rev. Kong Yim Tet, speaking for the Chinese colony, and Dr. Katsuki, spokesman for the Japanese colony, and A.D. Castro, voice of the Portuguese.
Krauss Card No.: 1601695   System ID: 40492


760) Krauss Heading: Scott, M.M.
Title: Is principal of the new McKinley High School
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (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: School.
Krauss Card No.: 1601696 [dc]   System ID: 40493


761) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Mauna Kea, new steamer, continues to be highly popular with passengers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Her passenger list in this issue is longer than that of the Alameda. All her passengers lists are far longer than those of any other Inter-Island steamers.
Krauss Card No.: 1700909   System ID: 44628


762) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link
Title: Tells the Democratic convention that he gave Robert Wilcox to go to Washington
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Republicans favor gib shots over poor settlers in land deals. McCandless nominated for delegate to congress.
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100629 [dc]   System ID: 33170


763) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic convention begins at 2:08 p.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: McCandless nominated as candidate for delegate by acclimation. With three cheers. Frank Harvey, who had been to the national convention, called for half an hour of cheering but the delegates weren't up to it. Link instead made a speech saying he gave Robert Wilcox $400 to go to Washington and change the laws so that every Hawaiian would have the right to vote. He stressed that the GOP favors big shots in land deals over poor settlers.
Krauss Card No.: 1401526   System ID: 43066


764) Krauss Heading: Cathcart, John W.
Title: Is county attorney, will run again, Republican
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 201620 [dc]   System ID: 14309


765) Krauss Heading: Wilcox, Robert W.
Title: Link McCandless tells 1908 Democratic convention that he gave Wilcox $400 to go to Washington in 1900
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2101206 [dc]   System ID: 26984


766) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic convention begins at 2:08 p.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long party platform printed.
Krauss Card No.: 1401526   System ID: 43065


767) Krauss Heading: Watson, E.M.
Title: Attorney, Democrat, trying to decide whether or not to run for county attorney
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 2100495 [dc]   System ID: 18531


768) Krauss Heading: Liliuokalani
Title: Makes infrequent foray into politics
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Comes out in support of Republican John Lane for mayor. [See: Politics].
Krauss Card No.: 1001048 [dc]   System ID: 31216


769) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: It appears that Kuhio and Liliuokalani are for Lane for mayor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lane seems not to have done too well in the primary but Kuhio is for him and Liliuokalani, who doesn't dabble in politics much,is behind him. Also, he is Hawaiian and that seems to be a plus. there is a color line movement (pro-haole, pro-Hawaiian?) which having a Hawaiian mayor would stop.
E.M. Watson has practically decided to run on the Democratic ticket for county atty. against Republican John W. Cathcart.
Krauss Card No.: 1401525   System ID: 43064


770) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican primary Saturday, two mayoral candidates claim victory
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Jack Lucas and Charles Hustace Jr. both claim they have won easily. Electing delegates to the convention makes the primary quite complicated, it seems. Hustace claims that Lucas tried to form a "slate" in Hustace's own precinct, after the candidates had agreed to let voters decide. A.L.C. Atkinson thinks altogether too much noise is being made about the mayor race. More important is the matter of deciding on a head of the party and on a delegate. It appears Dems. Trent and Ed. Ingham won't run for mayor.
Krauss Card No.: 1401524   System ID: 43063


771) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless campaigning the GOP way
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: McCandless returned from Maui this morning confident that he won many Hawaiian voters to the Democratic camp. Portrayed himself as a poor man fighting for poor Hawaiians. But Republicans circulated in the crowd and pointed out that he drives a big car and has lots of money. "Cha," said the Hawaiians, "he is no good."

Then had a drink at his expense. It is said Link provided plenty of liquor at his meetings and left a barrel of beer with the National Guard boys at Wailuku.
Krauss Card No.: 1401523   System ID: 43062


772) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: The Pacific Fleet has now arrived
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 7 cruisers and 7 destroyers in grand array, the harbor again filled to capacity with warships.
Krauss Card No.: 1200166   System ID: 25803


773) Krauss Heading: Railroad
Title: The Kauai Railroad Company will in 60 days have completed a line from Koloa to Makaweli
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Workers will be able to take jobs at McBryde, Makaweli or Koloa by taking the train.
Krauss Card No.: 1501351   System ID: 3604


774) Krauss Heading: Kauai
Title: The Kauai Railroad Co. will in 60 days have completed a line from Koloa to Makaweli
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Railroad.
Krauss Card No.: 900309 [dc]   System ID: 5807


775) Krauss Heading: Notley, Charles K.
Title: Is unanimously nominated at Home Rule convention as candidate for delegate to congress
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (3) [column number typed over; may be 4] (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1300908 [dc]   System ID: 36970


776) Krauss Heading: Pineapples
Title: Largest shipment of canned pineapples
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 26,000 cases will go on the Lurline this morning, 21,000 cases from Oahu and 5,000 from Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 1400152   System ID: 41238


777) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Home Rulers hold convention, state principles
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Charles K. Notley unanimously nominated as candidate for delegate. Opposition pronounced against any appropriation for immigration, special industry or unnecessary government expenditure.
Krauss Card No.: 1401522   System ID: 43061


778) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Results of Democratic primaries, election of delegates to the Territorial Convention, announced
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Results of Republican primaries given, many more precincts listed.
Krauss Card No.: 1401521   System ID: 43060


779) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Results of Democratic primaries, election of delegates to the Territorial Convention, announced
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Were held last night. Delegates chose both for Territorial and County conventions. One set for each. It appears that the Democrats do not have clubs in every precinct. Elections cannot be held unless a club is there to run them.
Krauss Card No.: 1401521   System ID: 43059


780) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis P.
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Committee clears Iaukea.
Krauss Card No.: 701683   System ID: 19259


781) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Committee of Supervisors clears Iaukea
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1400614   System ID: 41870


782) Krauss Heading: Kaaua, Archie
Title: Takes 3rd in steer roping at Chyanne, Wyoming
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Cowboy
Krauss Card No.: 801057 [dc]   System ID: 2523


783) Krauss Heading: Purdy, Ikua
Title: Wins world's steer roping championshipin Cheyenne
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Cowboy
Krauss Card No.: 1501021 [dc]   System ID: 2984


784) Krauss Heading: Campbell, Marston
Title: Campbell offers comprehensive plan for Honolulu water system
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Water
Krauss Card No.: 201268 [dc]   System ID: 13141


785) Krauss Heading: Cowboy
Title: Ikua Purdy of Hawaii today won the world's steer roping championship in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His time was 56 seconds. Archie Kaaua took 3rd and Jack Low 6th.
Krauss Card No.: 301921   System ID: 15377


786) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: New water plan for city of Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Superintendent of public works Marston Campbell offers comprehensive plan to satisfy Honolulu's water supply by using the Nuuanu dams for power and by pumping artesian water to drink. Campbell is critical of the Honolulu water system which is a conglomeration of conflicting ideas that happened with growth.
Krauss Card No.: 2100339   System ID: 17871


787) Krauss Heading: Low, Jack
Title: Takes 6th in steer roping at Cheyenne, Wyoming
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Cowboy].
Krauss Card No.: 1001355 [dc]   System ID: 31567


788) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Is on Maui roasting Republicans
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (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: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100628 [dc]   System ID: 33168


789) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Link McCandless is on Maui roasting Republicans
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Pushing his campaign for delegate. Called an able speaker, fluent in Hawaiian as well as English. Tells people their only hope of getting lands is through the Democrats. Warns that in a short time the electorate will be overwhelmingly Chinese, Japanese and Italian and that they will control the government. He has maps that show the amount of land still owned by the government and on what terms it has been leased. He poses as the Moses who will lead the voters out of catastrophe. Maui News says Bunk, Republicans have brought prosperity.
Krauss Card No.: 1401520   System ID: 43058


790) Krauss Heading: Ala Wai
Title: Marston Campbell appointed chairman of the Waikiki Reclamation Commission
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is superintendent of Public Works for the Territory, takes over as chairman from L.E. Pinkham. Says he will go right to work on the project which means preparation of plans for submission to the legislature.
Krauss Card No.: 100427   System ID: 6712


791) Krauss Heading: Campbell, Marston
Title: Appointed chairman of Waikiki Reclamation Project
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Ala Wai Canal
Krauss Card No.: 201268 [dc]   System ID: 13140


792) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Good description of party machinery of the Republicans given; precinct clubs, meetings, primaries, etc.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5); con't 3 (2-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1401519   System ID: 43057


793) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: Lahaina water supply improved
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The department of public works has built a new flume that brings water from the hills to Lahaina and increases the supply. Also, the water used to become dirty by passing through taro patches. However, the pipe is still not big enough and the system will have to be improved eventually. The main now in use is 4 inches.
Krauss Card No.: 2100342   System ID: 17874


794) Krauss Heading: Hawaiians
Title: Story tells of a Hawaiian daughter of taro planter who walked 10 miles to school in Hilo
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Her name is Kalahiki Piliwali. Later she attended Kamehameha and then got a teacher's certificate.
Krauss Card No.: 601531   System ID: 27204


795) Krauss Heading: Bruner, W.W.
Title: Leaving for the mainland, well known engineer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He laid out many of the best known roads in the islands, was formerly road engineer of the government. Then he went into coffee growing.
Krauss Card No.: 200844   System ID: 12393


796) Krauss Heading: Election
Title: Star reviews election spending laws
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says U.S. laws are clear that no corporation which owes it existence to the laws of Congress, may contribute to the campaign funds for any election. National Banks are especially mentioned. Pertains to any large Hawaii corporation franchized by Congress. Another law says no corporation whatever may give money to campaign funds for any election in which contest for President, V-P or Rep. to Congress takes place. This would rule out corporate contributions to campaigns for delegate to congress.
Krauss Card No.: 401612   System ID: 22776


797) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Controversy over Mahukona Harbor in Kohala
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Recently a number of Mahukona residents sent a petition to Superintendent of Public Works Marston Campbell asking that the Mahukona Harbor, which belongs to the Hawaii Railroad Co., be taken over by the Terr. Now comes a counter petition asking that the railroad continue to operate the harbor because it is doing such a good job.
Krauss Card No.: 600776   System ID: 25469


798) Krauss Heading: Herbert, H.L.
Title: And family departing to live in Australia
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.

Krauss Card No.: 601863 [dc]   System ID: 28021


799) Krauss Heading: Waikiki
Title: Star laments the impending departure of H.L. Herbert and his family: wife, three children
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are going to Australia. They have lived in Waikiki on the beach at Kalia Flats and generously permit fishermen to fish there. The Herbert premises is on the beach road and he apparently provides access for fishermen. He is also an avid cricketer.
Krauss Card No.: 1001643   System ID: 51837


800) Krauss Heading: Harbor
Title: Dredging in the harbor suspended
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Suit pending between Hawaiian Dredging and the U.S. Government. Neither side will talk about it.
Krauss Card No.: 600672   System ID: 25298


801) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic rally at Aala Park last night reported
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: National Committeeman for Hawaii G.J. Waller reported on the Denver convention, said Hawaii delegates did themselves proud, promised success for the national ticket. Frank Harvey spoke strongly against the color line which he said Hawaiians are taking, said if they refuse to vote for white men, the franchise may be taken away from them. J.J. Fern supported this view.
Allen Herbert, convention delegate, told some funny stories about Harvey's popularity with ladies in Denver. E.M. Watson explained how they got the Hawaii land plank in the national platform. Then Hawaii Ponoi and Star Spangled Banner.
Krauss Card No.: 1401518   System ID: 43056


802) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: Giant uha, eel, reported on Waialae reef
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Eel fishing has been good lately at Waialae, catches of 2 to 6 feet long reported. The story describes a fight between a fisherman and a 6-foot uha which got away. It was as big around as his thigh.
Krauss Card No.: 500514   System ID: 21002


803) Krauss Heading: Harbor
Title: Honolulu has the cheapest wharfage rates in the nation
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The charge here is only 2 cents per ton per 24 hours, most harbors charge 5 cents plus a toll for merchandise which passes over the wharf. The story says pilots in Honolulu are paid $200 per month, there are 3; total salaries of boat boys add up to $240 per month. Doesn't say how many there are. The harbor master makes $240 per month, his assistant $150. The boat boys take the pilots our to the ships. Must be 3 boat boys.
Krauss Card No.: 600671   System ID: 25297


804) Krauss Heading: Wages
Title: Story on wharfage rates gives salaries of pilots, boat boys, harbor master
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Harbor.
Krauss Card No.: 2000711 [dc]   System ID: 50922


805) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Atty. Gen. finds there is not enough evidence to prosecute Rikichi Isoi for bribery
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says it appears that Isoi tried to bribe Iaukea but it can't be proved, also that there is no evidence against Iaukea but he was indiscreet.
Krauss Card No.: 1401516   System ID: 43054


806) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Precinct action is beginning to warm up
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A three way race is shaping up among Republicans for the mayorality; Charles Hustace, Jack Lucas, and John Lane. Judge Kaulukou may run for sheriff and Kuhio is a foregone conclusion for delegate. On the Democratic side Frank Harvey won't run for mayor.
Possibilities are Ed Ingham and Joe Fern. L.L. McCandless is being boosted for delegate with his encouragement, probably. Democrats have special hopes of winning with him on the other islands.
Krauss Card No.: 1401517   System ID: 43055


807) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Committee of 3 Superivisors appointed to investigate charges that Sheriff Iaukea was bribed by a Japanese named Isoi
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star prints a copy of the $100 loan made by Isoi to Iaukea, dated May 1, 1908.
Krauss Card No.: 1400614   System ID: 41869


808) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis P.
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Committee of three supervisors appointed to investigate charges that Iaukea was bribed by Japanese named Isoi.
Krauss Card No.: 701683   System ID: 19258


809) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Committee of 3 Superivisors appointed to investigate charges that Sheriff Iaukea was bribed by a Japanese named Isoi
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1400614   System ID: 41868


810) Krauss Heading: Coal
Title: Inter-Island Stean Nav. Co. about to install an elevated railway to load coal
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Should be in operation in about three months.
Krauss Card No.: 301253   System ID: 13939


811) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Negotiating for a coal plant
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Inter-Island about to install an elevated railway to load coal.
Krauss Card No.: 701888   System ID: 19550


812) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Many complaints about Diamond Head Road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Road Supervisor Tom Cummins says he will go out immediately and check the road and work on it as soon as possible. But five roads are now to be macadamized and the department is working at maximum capacity.
Krauss Card No.: 1600305   System ID: 38678


813) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: Critics still discussing the yacht Hawaii, how she could be made faster, should she be scrapped
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 2200621   System ID: 54488


814) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis P.
Title: Calls for the resignation of any officer who engages in the upcoming campaign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Iaukea defends his policy of keeping politics out of the Police Department.
Krauss Card No.: 701683 [dc]   System ID: 19257


815) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: C.P. Iaukea defends his policy of keeping politics out of his Police Department
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In an interview with Star reporter, he says it is very difficult to keep police out of politics, he knows because he has run for office several times with the police department against him. He says he's trying to serve the people, not politicians, and this is the only way he knows how to do it. Says if the Board of Supervisors appointed police they would all be Republicans.
Krauss Card No.: 1400613   System ID: 41867


816) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: Yacht race to Hilo starts
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-08-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story of the Hilo Yacht Race, Kamehameha almost won but Lurline pulled it out.
Krauss Card No.: 2200621   System ID: 54487


817) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: Yacht race to Hilo starts
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lurline appears to be winning.
Krauss Card No.: 2200621   System ID: 54486


818) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis P.
Title: Calls for the resignation of any officer who engages in the upcoming campaign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Police.
Krauss Card No.: 701683 [dc]   System ID: 19256


819) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: Sheriff C.P. Iaukea calls for the resignation of any officer who engages in the upcoming campaign
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Much consternation in the department. Charlie Rose will have to resign if he gets the nomination for supervisor. Other political rumors reported. Reported Democratic poll taken by two Hawaiian women shows no support at all for Iaukea any more.
Krauss Card No.: 1400612   System ID: 41866


820) Krauss Heading: Alexander, Professor William D.
Title: Lauded by New York Sun for his mapping of Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Maps
Krauss Card No.: 100485 [dc]   System ID: 6808


821) Krauss Heading: Map
Title: New York Sun lauds Prof. Wm. D. Alexander for his mapping of Pearl Harbor & Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Calls Hawaii the first Territory to come into the Union with scientific maps in hand.
Krauss Card No.: 1100052   System ID: 31937


822) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: Yacht race to Hilo starts
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-28 (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.]
Krauss Card No.: 2200621   System ID: 54485


823) Krauss Heading: Harvey, Frank
Title: Delegate to national Democratic convention, eulogized there
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Described as having swarthy skin of tropical lands.
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 600929 [dc]   System ID: 26047


824) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic delegate to national convention Frank Harvey eulogized
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Be fellow delegate Allen Herbert. Other delegates are James L. Coke, C.B. Gonagle, and O.T. Shipman. The convention apparently is being held in New York. Harvey called a self-made man who believes in the future of Hawaii, the great hope of white citizens of the Islands is that there will be a strong influx of American blood to develop the Island's resources. Harvey described as having the swarthy skin of tropical lands.
Krauss Card No.: 1401515   System ID: 43053


825) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: The yacht Hawaii, our entry in the Trans Pacific Race, did very poorly, investigation coming
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Local yachtsman T.W. Hobron roasts Harris, says he had no experience except in cargo carrying schooners, never raced before in his life. Didn't take ballast out of the Hawaii before she sailed.
Krauss Card No.: 2200620   System ID: 54484


826) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Rear Admiral C.S. Sperry bids farewell to Honolulu, fleet sails at 6 p.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will set sail for two-weeks voyage to New Zealand.
Krauss Card No.: 1200162   System ID: 25794


827) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: The yacht Hawaii, our entry in the Trans Pacific Race, did very poorly, investigation coming
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Stories are going around that Captain Harris sat around San Pedro doing nothing to prepare for the race, then resisted all suggestions about how to sail faster.
Krauss Card No.: 2200620   System ID: 54483


828) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Says he will not run for sheriff or any other office again
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701682   System ID: 19255


829) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Fleet to dress in electric lights tonight
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Star says it will be the sight of a lifetime, don't miss it. From the tops of tall buildings, from the hills and from the harbor the fleet will be a fiery revelation. Seven battleships in the harbor today, more than at anytime in History.
Krauss Card No.: 1200161   System ID: 25792


830) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Newspaper men traveling with the Great White Fleet wined and dined Saturday night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At the Commercial Club, president George W. Smith presided.
Krauss Card No.: 1300555   System ID: 36286


831) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Honolulu sees biggest parade in its history
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 3,200 armed men marched up Fort St., down King, to Alapai, to Beretania Ave. to Nuuanu Ave. and back to King, by Alakea St. back to the waterfront to disband. All members of the Atlantic Fleet. "All of Honolulu turned out to see the brave young Americans." Handkerchiefs fluttering. Ball and reception at Waikiki this evening. Also a dinner for Admiral (Rear) C.S. Sperry.
Krauss Card No.: 1200160   System ID: 25775


832) Krauss Heading: Parade
Title: Men from Great White Fleet march in biggest military parade in Honolulu's history
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Navy.
Krauss Card No.: 1301514 [dc]   System ID: 37687


833) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Great armada reached Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-6); 5 (5); 8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Battleships on parade. Ahead of time, the Atlantic fleet rounds Diamond Head with thousands watching. 2,400 men have liberty today. Flagship docks at Oceanic Wharf.
Electric trolleys to Diamond Head were crowded already at 9 a.m. Many went to the harbor on news that the fleet was sighted. The ships rounded Diamond Head at 11:10 a.m.
City ablaze with colored lights at night. Never before has Honolulu looked so festive. Many firms listed for decorations, best is hard to judge.
Krauss Card No.: 1200159   System ID: 25773


834) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: Yacht Lurline wins 2nd Trans Pacific Yacht Race
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Log of the boat is printed. Thirteen days, 21 hours, 31 minutes.
Krauss Card No.: 2200619   System ID: 54482


835) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Honolulu in a dither about arrival of the fleet tomorrow
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-7); 3 (3); 8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One story describes about where to stand to see the fleet, Diamond Head and Waialae, etc. Young Brothers will tow excurtionists out in a barge. The Fleet Executive Committee has been meeting daily for weeks making plans for the reception. The Mauna Loa will take excurtionists out to view the fleet arrival.
Long list of firms closing tomorrow for the arrival of the fleet.
Governor Carter phones all government department heads, tells them to let workers off tomorrow.
Krauss Card No.: 1200158   System ID: 25770


836) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Star prints special edition for the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Young Bros. to haul excurtionists out to view Great White Fleet.
See also: Young Bros.
Krauss Card No.: 1200163 [dc]   System ID: 25797


837) Krauss Heading: Young Brothers
Title: To haul excursionists out to view the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Young Bros. launches will set out as soon as the fleet is reported hauling the yacht La Paloma and the barge Susan, each loaded with passengers at $1 a head, to watch the fleet come to anchor outside the harbor.
Krauss Card No.: 2200719   System ID: 54597


838) Krauss Heading: Hustace, Charles
Title: Supervisor, has announced as candidate for mayor on the Republican ticket
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hustace ran strong for the Board of Supervisors the last time. His expected opponents for the Republican nomination are John Lane and Jack Lucas.
Krauss Card No.: 701596   System ID: 19089


839) Krauss Heading: Police
Title: A.P. Taylor resigns as Chief of Detectives in dispute with Sheriff C.P. Iaukea over Iwilei
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Iaukea is backing the ministerial closing down of Iwilei while Taylor wants to open it up. Now it comes to light that Iaukea borrowed $100 dollars from one of the Japanese owners of a house of prostitution just about the time he cracked down on them.
Krauss Card No.: 1400611   System ID: 41865


840) Krauss Heading: Taylor, A.P.
Title: Resigns as Chief of Detectives in dispute with Sheriff C.P. Iaukea over Iwilei.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Police
Krauss Card No.: 1900155 [dc]   System ID: 47660


841) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Humorous anecdote about how Frederick O'Brien's speech in Manila got mixed up with that of the Governor General
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: O'Brien is known in Honolulu as the former city editor of the Advertiser. He is in Manila as editor of the Cablenews-American.
Krauss Card No.: 1300554   System ID: 36285


842) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Wm. Jennings Bryan nominated for candidate for president by Democratic convention on first ballot
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is in Denver. The Democratic platform opposes admission of Asiatics on the grounds that they cannot be amalgamated with the rest of the population, land takes a stand against injunctions in labor disputes.
Krauss Card No.: 1401514   System ID: 43052


843) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Great armada sails for Honolulu from San Francisco, 12 battleships for Honolulu, 4 for Lahaina
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-07 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1200164   System ID: 25799


844) Krauss Heading: Honolulu
Title: Reference map printed in special edition of Star gives points of interest to tourists
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)16-17 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Map.
Krauss Card No.: 700373 [dc]   System ID: 16141


845) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Star prints special edition for the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 1200163 [dc]   System ID: 25796


846) Krauss Heading: Map
Title: Reference map, 6 columns across, given in special edition of Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)16-17 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Prepared for the Hawaii Promotion Committee, lists points of interest by numbers located on the map. Good info on wharves in Honolulu Harbor. Many other points of interest around town located.
Krauss Card No.: 1100051   System ID: 31936


847) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Star distributes copy of the newspaper today to every member of the Great White Fleet in San Francisco
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Edition enlarged to 34 pages, two more than originally planned because of pressure of advertising. Same edition appears today in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 1300553   System ID: 36284


848) Krauss Heading: Fourth of July
Title: July 4 described
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 501049   System ID: 22061


849) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: The 2nd Trans Pacific Yacht Race started at noon today at San Pedro by President Roosevelt
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The entries are the Hawaii, Lurline, Lady Maud, and Gwendolyn II. Handicaps listed.
Krauss Card No.: 2200619   System ID: 54481


850) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Mauna Kea, new Inter-Island liner, is taking huge loads of passengers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Latest passenger list must have 50 people. All the lists for Mauna Kea have been long in recent months.
Krauss Card No.: 1700908   System ID: 44627


851) Krauss Heading: Airplane
Title: Glenn Curtiss sets long distance airplane record
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-07-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Today broke all American records for aeroplane flights when he traveled 1,255 feet at the rate of 34 [illegible] an hour in a Curtiss aeroplane, the June Bug, the third aeroplane built by the Aerial Experiment Assoication of which Dr. Graham Bell is president. The June Bug is so called because it is constructed on the prinicple of a winged beetle.
Krauss Card No.: 100367   System ID: 6587


852) Krauss Heading: Government
Title: Garfield departs after many speeches and flying trips to neighbor islands
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 502022   System ID: 23884


853) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Arrives in Honolulu in the Mauna Loa from Hawaii and Maui ports Friday June 26
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-26 (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.: 2101901   System ID: 29494


854) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Falls of Clyde, four-masted tanker, goes up on the ways in Oakland
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story says she needs a general overhauling and repairing and a new rudder. The story also gives a history unknown before - about how the Falls sailed between New York and Liverpool for the Black Ball Line, then came to the Pacific to haul sugar. Says she is under charter to the Associated Oil Co.
Krauss Card No.: 1700093   System ID: 43336


855) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Lurline, new Matson ship, now taking passengers between Honolulu and San Francisco
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She has already made several voyages.
Krauss Card No.: 1700176   System ID: 43440


856) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: His Catholic funeral described
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: A royal pageant in the American city of Honolulu drew out more than half the population, between twenty and 30 thousand viewing the magnificent procession for the late Prince David Kawananakoa and about 2,500 members of Hawaiian societies, United States marines, sailors and soldiers, Federal, Territorial and County officials, foreign consuls, legislators and militia were in line...The monster ceremony was unique...began in the Catholic church with incense, two battleship and one cruiser contributed marines and sailors.
Krauss Card No.: 900553   System ID: 6188


857) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: Trip from the house to the throne room described
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Shortly before noon 12 men shouldered the casket and carried it from the room to a hearse while kahili bearers stood in attendance. 107 kahilis decorated the throne room, also flowers. List given of officials who will attend the services.
Krauss Card No.: 900552   System ID: 6185


858) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Honolulu preparing to entertain 3,500 men at once when fleet arrives
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The usual custom is to give 200 men from each battleship liberty. With 16 battleships in port, that is, 3,500 men. The fleet entertainment committee is spending $500 for a special landing for launches at the Waikiki end of the harbor.
Krauss Card No.: 1200165   System ID: 25801


859) Krauss Heading: Government
Title: Secretary of Interior Garfield arrives to visit Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he will try to get Hawaii as many appropriations as mainland territories.
Krauss Card No.: 502022   System ID: 23883


860) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: Prince David's body returns in Manchuria
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: This morning and were taken to his residence on Pensacola St. shortly after 9 a.m., will remain there until Friday when they will be removed to the throne room of the Executive Bldg. until Sunday to lie in state. People swarmed to the house, at least 400 Hawaiians occupied the large lanais and the grounds. Body in plain black casket in Waikiki room of the house, six funeral kahilis placed about, three on each side; three royal kahilis on the Ewa side. Old retainers constanted [sic] changed old funeral meles.
Krauss Card No.: 900551   System ID: 6180


861) Krauss Heading: Cummins, Thomas P.
Title: Appointed Honolulu road supervisor to replace Sam Johnson
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Roads
Krauss Card No.: 400028 [dc]   System ID: 16926


862) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Thomas P. Cummins appointed Road Supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: By the Board of Supervisors in session last (Friday) night.
Krauss Card No.: 1600304   System ID: 38676


863) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Several names considered for road supervisor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Tom Cummins seems to have the inside track on the road job but nobody is talking. Board chairman Hustace and Road Committee chairman Sam Dwight will meet this afternoon with Cummins to talk it over. Neither supervisor would comment this morning, said several names were in consideration. Star says Cummins' name will be presented to the Board of Supervisors meeting Friday evening.
Krauss Card No.: 1600303   System ID: 38675


864) Krauss Heading: Testa, F.J.
Title: Has been excommunicated by the Episcopal Church
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He received a letter from Bishop Restarick, as did all congregation members, urging greater church attendance. Testa wrote back that he has no need for church and didn't see the need for the letter, the ministers don't do him any good anyway.
Krauss Card No.: 1900497   System ID: 52117


865) Krauss Heading: Lumber
Title: 2.5 million ohia ties to be cut on Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Also more ohia lumber to be cut under a contract that will require the expenditure of $400,000. The Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co. has signed with contractor Airole Bros. to do the cutting.
Krauss Card No.: 1001456   System ID: 32271


866) Krauss Heading: Johnson, Sam
Title: Has resigned as road supervisor of Oahu County
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-04 (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]
See: Roads
Krauss Card No.: 800745 [dc]   System ID: 1879


867) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Sam Johnson has resigned as road supervisor for Oahu County
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: James L. Holt, former tax assessor, named as possible prospect but is not interested. T.P. Cummins, present chief clerk in the office, likely to get the job. Stuard Johnson, an engineer, mentioned but it is not likely that he can get the vote of Democratic supervisors.
Krauss Card No.: 1600302   System ID: 38673


868) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Sam Johnson has resigned as road supervisor for Oahu County
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story of Johnson's resignation last night at the Board of Supervisor's meeting. Johnson has accepted the position of outside manager for the Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co.
Krauss Card No.: 1600302   System ID: 38674


869) Krauss Heading: Boxing
Title: Case against U.S. District Attorney Robert W. Breckons dismissed
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-03 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 200478   System ID: 11200


870) Krauss Heading: Breckons, U.S. District Attorney
Title: Robert W. Breckons arrested for being at a boxing match
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Case dismissed.
Krauss Card No.: 200559 [dc]   System ID: 11644


871) Krauss Heading: Hula
Title: Pa'u rider Mrs. Pauhai to arrange hula for the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She is calling together the best hula dancers in Honolulu to give performances for the fleet. She says her pa'u club will not ride in the Kamehameha Parade out of respect for the death of Prince David.
Krauss Card No.: 701460   System ID: 18919


872) Krauss Heading: Boxing
Title: U.S. District Attorney arrested for being present at a boxing match at the Orpheum Saturday night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is part of a campaign by a ministerial association to stop prize fighting in Honolulu in accordance with U.S. law.
Krauss Card No.: 200478   System ID: 11199


873) Krauss Heading: Breckons, U.S. District Attorney
Title: Robert W. Breckons arrested for being present at a boxing match
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Boxing
Krauss Card No.: 200559 [dc]   System ID: 11643


874) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: Seriously ill of pneumonia in San Francisco
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-06-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Kuhio hurrying to his side.
Krauss Card No.: 900549   System ID: 6170


875) Krauss Heading: Low, Eben
Title: Planning a wild west show for Kapiolani Park
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Rodeo].
Krauss Card No.: 1001335 [dc]   System ID: 31545


876) Krauss Heading: Rodeo
Title: Eben Low plans Wild West show for Kapiolani Park while Great White Fleet is here
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has been granted permission to erect a grandstand and a fence.
Krauss Card No.: 1600627   System ID: 39042


877) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Star says he could be next governor of Hawaii if a Democratic president is elected
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100627 [dc]   System ID: 33166


878) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats predict L.L. McCandless will be next governor if W.J. Bryan is elected president
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another opinion is that Atty. E.B. McClanahan, who won for delegate the last time, will be the choice. The story runs a mug shot of McCandless "who may be the next governor of Hawaii."
Krauss Card No.: 1401513   System ID: 43051


879) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: D.E. Metzger is awarded the Hilo breakwater contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Metzger promises to start work on the Hilo breakwater in a month.
Krauss Card No.: 600775   System ID: 25468


880) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co. is planning excursions so Neighbor Islanders can see the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There has been news about progress of the fleet daily, it is now in San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 1200157   System ID: 25767


881) Krauss Heading: Fern, Joe
Title: Elected Democratic delegate to national convention
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: But didn't go, probably couldn't afford it.
See: Politics
Krauss Card No.: 402192 [dc]   System ID: 25010


882) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats hold Territorial Convention
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The platform was backed by flags from the folds of which showed portraits of George Washington and Wm. Jennings Bryan. Convention began this morning.
Elected as delegates to the national convention were Frank Harvey, Joe Fern, Jas. Coke and others. All delegates to the territorial convention are named. L.L. McCandless prominent throughout. National delegation instructed for Bryan.
Krauss Card No.: 1401512   System ID: 43050


883) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: D.E. Metzger is awarded the Hilo breakwater contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Low bid thrown out because securities furnished were interested in the contract.
Krauss Card No.: 600775   System ID: 25467


884) Krauss Heading: Metzger, D.E.
Title: Awarded the Hilo breakwater contract
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Low bid thrown out.
See: Harbor - Neighbor Islands
Krauss Card No.: 1101204 [dc]   System ID: 34299


885) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Lot Kaulukou is now in Italy, studying under Mrs. Montegue Turner, expected to soon be in grand opera
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Lot Kaulukou, as St. Carlos Sebastian, made successful debut at the Opera House in Mondovi recently. He is going at once to London.
Krauss Card No.: 1102266   System ID: 36582


886) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Congress appropriates $3,100,000 for Pearl Harbor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-8) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1301875   System ID: 38077


887) Krauss Heading: Twain, Mark
Title: Mark Twain's architect suggests that his new home include a mantlepiece from Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Suggestion forwarded by H.P. Wood, secretary of the Promotion Committee.
Krauss Card No.: 2000150   System ID: 50310


888) Krauss Heading: Railroad
Title: Kauai Railroad Company has signed a contract to haul sugar
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-05 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1501350   System ID: 3602


889) Krauss Heading: Kauai
Title: The Kauai Railroad Co. has signed a contract to haul sugar
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-05 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 900308 [dc]   System ID: 5806


890) Krauss Heading: Kaulukou, Lot (Carlos Sebastian)
Title: Hawaiian operatic tenor, now studying in Italy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Music.
Krauss Card No.: 900371   System ID: 5885


891) Krauss Heading: Music
Title: Lot Kaulukou is now in Italy, studying under Mrs. Montegue Turner, expected to soon be in grand opera
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He will be known as Lot Sebastian.
Krauss Card No.: 1102266   System ID: 36581


892) Krauss Heading: Outrigger Canoe Club
Title: Those interested in forming the Outrigger Canoe Club elect officers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-05-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A.H. Ford elected president. Other officers named.
Krauss Card No.: 1301223   System ID: 37335


893) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Arrives in the Mauna Loa Friday April 24 from Hawaii and Maui ports
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-24 (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.: 2101900   System ID: 29492


894) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Wooden blocks for paving have been ordered
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are 4" wide, 4" deep and 8" long to be laid with the grain. Will be of Douglas fir, to be treated with creosote oil of coal tar, 20 pounds per cubic foot of wood. The creosote will be injected in heated cylinders by steam pressure. The blocks to be laid on a concrete foundation in a cement base still wet when blocks are laid. To be laid on end, closely together, and rammed in place with a plank called a rammer, to be completed before the mortar has set.
Krauss Card No.: 1600301   System ID: 38672


895) Krauss Heading: Coal
Title: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co. to negotiate for coal plant
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In anticipation of the opening of the Panama Canal when ships will stop for coal in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 301252   System ID: 13938


896) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Negotiating for a coal plant
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Coal.
Krauss Card No.: 701888 [dc]   System ID: 19549


897) Krauss Heading: London, Jack
Title: Is reported back on the Snark in Tahiti
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has been in Tahiti for several months, plans to sail for Morea which, according to the story, is both in Samoa and the Tuamotus. This from a report by the Mariposa just in from Tahiti. London's Snark saw her off. Puts to rest the stories that the Snark's engine would never be put back together and that London would never get another crew.
Krauss Card No.: 1001253   System ID: 31450


898) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another story boasts that Hawaii will be the greatest wireless center. A station at Kahuku is now assured, there will be a strong one at Hilo and the other stations will be strengthened.
Krauss Card No.: 1501211   System ID: 3222


899) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: U.S. House passes Pearl Harbor bill
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Calls for establishing a U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor and for building the necessary installations.
Krauss Card No.: 1301874   System ID: 38076


900) Krauss Heading: Laysan Island
Title: Is now uninhabited, Max Schlemmer arrived this morning in the Luka with a menagerie
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: All that remain on Laysan are a few ducks, mules and thousands of birds.
Krauss Card No.: 1000086   System ID: 28709


901) Krauss Heading: Schlemmer, Max
Title: Arrived this morning in the Luka from Laysan with a menagerie
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Laysan Island.
Krauss Card No.: 1601512 [dc]   System ID: 40277


902) Krauss Heading: Pinkham, L.E.
Title: Gov. W. Frear does not re-appoint him to the board of health, president
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Instead, Frear appoints Dr. L.E. Cofer as president of the Board of Health. Frear went against the vote of the Republican Central Committee which endorsed Pinkham for the job.
Krauss Card No.: 1400179   System ID: 41268


903) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Republican convention to pick national delegates called to order today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Few contests seen.
Krauss Card No.: 1401511   System ID: 43049


904) Krauss Heading: Ship-Launch
Title: Hukuhuki, Young Brothers' gasoline launch, used for excursion to Pearl Harbor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See Young Brothers.
Krauss Card No.: 1701122 [dc]   System ID: 44912


905) Krauss Heading: Young Brothers
Title: Amusing anecdote told about a party by launch to Pearl Harbor peninsula
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The gasoline launch Hukihuki was very crowded by party goers and a young lady accidentally pulled the wrong man's nose.
Krauss Card No.: 2200718   System ID: 54596


906) Krauss Heading: Isbell, Arthur A.
Title: o install the new long distance station at Kahuku
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Radio
Krauss Card No.: 800116 [dc]   System ID: 516


907) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: Arthur Isbell will stay in Hawaii to install the new long distance station at Kahuku.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Headline reads, Hawaii World's wireless center.
Krauss Card No.: 1501211   System ID: 3221


908) Krauss Heading: Keanae
Title: Gets crane and engine for loading whale boats
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Community holds a luau in celebration.
See: Harbor-Neighbor Island
Krauss Card No.: 900595 [dc]   System ID: 6308


909) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: Keanae gets a crane and engine for loading
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: An engine and crane has been installed at Keanae so that passengers can be lowered into and taken from boats so they won't have to "approach too closely the dangerous rocks." Keanae is noted as being a rough landing, now passengers are lowered in a cage. Jim Morse made the installation. He said the people of Keanae were so happy they built a lanai at the shed and held a luau for the new engine. They crowded around as he installed it so thick he could hardly work.
Krauss Card No.: 600774   System ID: 25466


910) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: Sheriff Iaukea has closed Iwilei after all
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Police told the women last night they will be arrested henceforth for working their trade.
Krauss Card No.: 1500869   System ID: 2801


911) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: Sheriff Iaukea has closed Iwilei after all
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Gave as his reason that perhaps the good people of Honolulu are in favor of closing the red light district and he is sworn to enforce the law so he is.
Krauss Card No.: 1500869   System ID: 2802


912) Krauss Heading: Kakaako
Title: Transvestite, marines nearly cause riot
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Hawaiian boy called Moanalua, who likes to dress up as a girl, flirted with a marine and got hit in the eye for his pains. Other Hawaiians came to Moanalua's aid and a fight started. The marines went to their camp and got their bayonets, half a dozen standing off a big crowd of Hawaiians who threw rocks. A rock went into the window of a Japanese barber shop, which brought some Japanese out and they got involved. Police finally managed to get the marines out of there, after they called the Hawaiian niggers.
Krauss Card No.: 801379   System ID: 4388


913) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis
Title: Is opposed to putting the lid on prostitutes in Iwilei
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has closed Iwilei after all.
See: Prostitution.
Krauss Card No.: 701681 [dc]   System ID: 19254


914) Krauss Heading: Riot
Title: Transvestite nearly causes riot in Kakaako
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Kakaako.
Krauss Card No.: 1600185 [dc]   System ID: 38544


915) Krauss Heading: Irwin, Edward P.
Title: Listed on editorial staff of the Evening Bulletin, leaving for mainland trip
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 800038 [dc]   System ID: 360


916) Krauss Heading: Brewster, James W.W.
Title: Listed on editorial staff of Hawaiian Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]See: Newspaper
Krauss Card No.: 200628 [dc]   System ID: 11728


917) Krauss Heading: Conness, I.P.
Title: Listed on editorial staff of Hawaiian Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 301414 [dc]   System ID: 14286


918) Krauss Heading: Logan, Daniel
Title: Listed on editorial staff of Hawaiian Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Newspaper].
Krauss Card No.: 1001225 [dc]   System ID: 31418


919) Krauss Heading: Matheson, R.O.
Title: Listed on editorial staff of the Advertiser
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper.
Krauss Card No.: 1100301 [dc]   System ID: 32241


920) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Dinner held for departing newsmen, police
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: E.P. Irwin of the Bulletin is going away on the Irmguard and Chief of Detectives A.P. Taylor, formerly of the Advertiser, is leaving in the Buford. So there was a party for them at Scotty's with the following present: George Henshall, W.J. Cooper, I.P. Conness, Daniel Logan, James W.W. Brewster and W.F. Sabin of the Star; Charles Albright, E.P. Irwin and Mr. Hakuole of the Bulletin; R.O. Matheson and H.M. Ayers of the Advertiser, and Chief Taylor, Joe Leal, Charles Reeves, William Feneil and Charles Rose of the Police Dept.
Krauss Card No.: 1300552   System ID: 36283


921) Krauss Heading: Sabin, W.F.
Title: Listed on the editorial staff of the Hawaiian Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1601077 [dc]   System ID: 39772


922) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: Rev. Thwing states his case, many leading citizens opposed to putting lid on Iwilei
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Both sides given in this issue.
Krauss Card No.: 1500868   System ID: 2799


923) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Iaukea says if he's forced to close down Iwilei he will enforce the law everywhere, homes, etc. He will arrest people for holding a musicale at his home and keeping the neighbors awake, will arrest for picking mangoes, will arrest for swearing, will arrest people people out of work for having no visible means of support, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1500868   System ID: 2800


924) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Sheriff Curtis
Title: Is opposed to putting the lid on prostitutes in Iwilei
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Prostitution.
Krauss Card No.: 701681 [dc]   System ID: 19253


925) Krauss Heading: Volcano
Title: Kilauea Crater is very active again
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 2000546   System ID: 50718


926) Krauss Heading: Thwing [Thwring?], Reverend
Title: States his position about prostitution in Iwilei
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Prostitution.
Krauss Card No.: 1901005 [dc]   System ID: 52724


927) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: Conditions at Iwilei again draw fire
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A minister named Rev. E.W. Thwing is behind it this time, has circulated a petition with many important signatures. Now Board of Health president L.E. Pinkham and Sheriff Curtis Iaukea are under criticism for not enforcing the regulations.
Krauss Card No.: 1500867   System ID: 2797


928) Krauss Heading: Prostitution
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Iaukea told the Star, he would close Iwilei down if he thought most people wanted it but he's convinced that the public wans Iwilei open, otherwise the prostitutes will scatter all over town.
Krauss Card No.: 1500867   System ID: 2798


929) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Many complaints about Diamond Head Road
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: E.H. Wodehouse says the road is not safe for autos, has huge pothole filled with dust. Ex-atty. Gen. E.C. Peters calls it a matter for immediate attention. Etc.
Krauss Card No.: 1600305   System ID: 38677


930) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star says Democrats want W.A. Kinney to run for delegate
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He probably won't run but there is a disposition to put the matter to him. Kiakea might run if Kuhio steps out.
Krauss Card No.: 1401509   System ID: 43047


931) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic National Committeeman Palmer Woods calls a convention to pick national delegates
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To be held not later than May 30 for the national convention to be held in Denver on July 7. Need to choose 6 delegates from Hawaii for the convention.
Krauss Card No.: 1401510   System ID: 43048


932) Krauss Heading: Thwing [Thwring?], E.W., Reverend
Title: Is behind an anti-prostitution drive
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See: Prostitution.
Krauss Card No.: 1901004 [dc]   System ID: 52723


933) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: U.S. Engineer Ortwell may throw out all the bids for the Hilo breakwater as too high
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-04-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In that case, says Star, the work may go to D. Metzger of the Hilo Railway.
Krauss Card No.: 600773   System ID: 25465


934) Krauss Heading: Harbor - Neighbor Island
Title: G.H. Mayer, Honolulu, has low bid for Hilo breakwater
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He bid $2.10 per ton stone placed in breakwater. D.E. Matzger, Hilo, was second with a bid of $2.48???
Krauss Card No.: 600772   System ID: 25464


935) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Big crowd, festivities, to see Mauna Kea make her first voyage to Hilo
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A Hawaiian cowboy placed Ilima leis on the bow, then raced to the social hall and kissed the hand of Queen Liliuokalani. 2,500 people on or near the wharf. The band performed. Such a big crowd swarmed on board before sailing, to inspect the vessel, the officers and crew had heavy work to get her ready for sea.
Krauss Card No.: 1700907   System ID: 44626


936) Krauss Heading: Lahaina
Title: Improvements contemplated for Lahaina water works
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Marston Campbell, Superintendent of Public Works, looked over the water works in Lahaina recently on a visit, also looked at parks and the harbor. Said the water works may be improved because drainage from taro patches and a pasture gets into it. Need wooden pipe and other improvements.
Krauss Card No.: 901781   System ID: 9805


937) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Mauna Kea, new steamer, another story about her elegant appointments
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-23 (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.]
Krauss Card No.: 1700907   System ID: 44625


938) Krauss Heading: Isbell, Arthur A.
Title: Wireless expert, arrives to establish long distance station in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Talks with ship 1,000 miles away.
See: Radio
Krauss Card No.: 800115 [dc]   System ID: 514


939) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: Wireless expert A.A. Isbell talked with a transport 1,000 miles away last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says there is no reason Honolulu can't talk to San Francisco if there is enough power and conditions are right. He sent and received at Barber's Point.
Krauss Card No.: 1501210   System ID: 3220


940) Krauss Heading: Ford, Alexander Hume
Title: Talks to the Commerical Club about what Hawaii should do to bring people here
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 500663   System ID: 21401


941) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Kinau, veteran steamer, left today on her last regular run to Hilo
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She is being replaced by the new Mauna Kea.
Krauss Card No.: 1700743   System ID: 44413


942) Krauss Heading: Beckley, Admiral George C.
Title: Is purser of the Mauna Kea, new queen of the Inter-Island fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (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]See: Ship, Mauna Kea
Krauss Card No.: 101693 [dc]   System ID: 9180


943) Krauss Heading: Freeman, Capt. W.
Title: Is named captain of the Mauna Kea, new queen of the Inter-Island fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (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]
See: Ship, Mauna Kea.
Krauss Card No.: 501108 [dc]   System ID: 22148


944) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Official announcement says Great White Fleet is coming to Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There have been stories about the progress of the fleet almost daily. It seems to be a very big story.
Krauss Card No.: 1200156   System ID: 25766


945) Krauss Heading: Henshall, George F.
Title: Now listed as editor of the Star
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Newspaper.

Krauss Card No.: 601884 [dc]   System ID: 27959


946) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: George F. Henshall now listed on the masthead of the Star as editor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1300551   System ID: 36282


947) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Supervisors not eager to work on Liliha St. where Link McCandless lives
Author: J.J. Diaz
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: A letter from one J.J. Diaz of Liliha St. was consigned to the waste basket after being read by Chairman Hustace. The letter requested completion of macadamizing of Liliha St. to the Country Club. Also requested are lites in several places including the dangerous band in the road at L.L. McCandless' residence. Supervisor Dwight responded, "To hell with Liliha Street. We don't intend to do a damn thing more on that road."
Krauss Card No.: 1401508   System ID: 43046


948) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Mauna Kea, steamer, new queen of the inter-island fleet, arrived just after 6 p.m. yesterday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Big crowd on the dock. Gross tonnage is 1,566. Has 51 staterooms and 102 berths, 51 settees, can carry 153 first class passengers, 300 deck or steerage. To be sailed by a master, 3 mates, 2 quartermasters, 3 assistant quartermasters, 15 seamen, chief engineer, 3 assistants, 3 water tenders, 3 oilers, 3 fuel tenders, a wiper, 3 watchmen and 15 others, as needed. Will be the first interisland vessel to carry a stewardess. Captain is W.K. Freeman, purser George C. Beckley.
Krauss Card No.: 1700906   System ID: 44624


949) Krauss Heading: McCandless, Link
Title: Deserts Republican party, becomes a Democrat, is welcomed to the fold
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-11 (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]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 1100626 [dc]   System ID: 33164


950) Krauss Heading: Isbell, Arthur A.
Title: Wireless expert, arrives to establish long distance station in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Isbell arrives.
See: Radio
Krauss Card No.: 800115 [dc]   System ID: 513


951) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wireless expert Arthur A. Isbell, former manager of the Massey wireless systems on the Pacific Coast, arrives to set up the new long distance wireless station.
Krauss Card No.: 1501209   System ID: 3219


952) Krauss Heading: Isbell, Arthur A.
Title: Wireless expert, arrives to establish long distance station in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 800115 [dc]   System ID: 512


953) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: Star says the Wireless Telegraph Company has decided to establish a long distance station in Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 1501209   System ID: 3218


954) Krauss Heading: Ford, Alexander Hume
Title: Speaks to the Promotion Committee yesterday afternoon
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Talked about tourism in Australia and New Zealand.
Krauss Card No.: 500663   System ID: 21400


955) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Report of board meeting, discussion of paving
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-05 (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: Roads.
Krauss Card No.: 300388 [dc]   System ID: 11615


956) Krauss Heading: Roads
Title: Supervisors debate use of wooden blocks for paving
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There was a discussion about failure to improve Queen St. Followed by Chairman Hustace advocating the use of wooden blocks for paving, wanted to know how much it would cost, maybe ohia blocks should be tried.
Krauss Card No.: 1600300   System ID: 38671


957) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Mauna Kea, new Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company steamer, sailed from San Francisco at 2 p.m. today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will steam at 12-1/2 knots, called the finest steamer of her size ever built on the Pacific Coast.
Krauss Card No.: 1700905   System ID: 44623


958) Krauss Heading: Doyle, J. Walter
Title: Has been appointed deputy collector of Internal Revenue by the collector
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 401198   System ID: 21126


959) Krauss Heading: Luau
Title: Nearly 1,500 people attended the great waterfront luau on the Matson wharf Saturday
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Speakers included Senator L.L. McCandless, supervisors Harvey, Hustace and Archer and Senator John C. Lane.
Krauss Card No.: 1001385   System ID: 31598


960) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Wins Supreme Court suit to have county gutter ordinance knocked out, declared void
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-02 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1100625   System ID: 33162


961) Krauss Heading: Stevedores
Title: Hold huge luau on the waterfront
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Nearly 1,500 attend luau. See Luau.
Krauss Card No.: 1801103 [dc]   System ID: 48855


962) Krauss Heading: Luau
Title: Huge luau planned by stevedores on waterfront
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More than 1,000 steated in a pier shed on the Matson Navigation Co. wharf at a monster luau given by the Longshoreman's Mutual Benefit Society, the Hui Kokua ame Manawalea o no Poola. It's a celebration of the first anniversary of the group. For years, McCabe, Hamilton & Renny have given a Christmas luau for stevedores. But last Yule the workers had other plans so the company donated $300. The stevedores added to it and have put on this big luau.
Krauss Card No.: 1001384   System ID: 31597


963) Krauss Heading: Pearl Harbor
Title: Improvement of the harbor could mean putting 8,000 to 9,000 to work
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: President Morgan of the Chamber of Commerce made a speech about Pearl Harbor this morning to explain what it means to Honolulu. Stories have been running about work in Washington by Kuhio and others to get dredging of the channel started. Also quotes by President Roosevelt on the subject.
Krauss Card No.: 1301873   System ID: 38075


964) Krauss Heading: Stevedores
Title: Hold huge luau on the waterfront
Author: No attribution
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: See Luau.
Krauss Card No.: 1801103 [dc]   System ID: 48854


965) Krauss Heading: Williams, Bill
Title: Honolulu harbor lighthouse keeper, died today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: [See: Lighthouse].
Krauss Card No.: 2101377 [dc]   System ID: 27584


966) Krauss Heading: Lighthouse
Title: Bill Williams, for 36 years keeper of the harbor lighthouse, died at 4 am today at his home on Artesian St.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called Old Bill. Has been sick since the light was shifted farther makai and his house followed on a barge. Dysentary and hiccoughs wore the old lighthouse keeper out. He would have been 75 in June. The lighthouse will soon have a permanent position.
Krauss Card No.: 1000760   System ID: 30557


967) Krauss Heading: Fishing
Title: Fisherman no longer allowed to spread nets in the harbor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Harbor.
Krauss Card No.: 500513 [dc]   System ID: 21001


968) Krauss Heading: Harbor
Title: Fishermen not allowed to spread nets in harbor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The spreading of nets in the harbor by Chinese and Japanese fishermen has been stopped by the Public Works owing to the fact that it proved an interference with navigation, annoying steamship traffic.
Krauss Card No.: 600670   System ID: 25296


969) Krauss Heading: Lumber
Title: Directors of Hawaiian Mahogany Co. meet to order a mill that will turn out 2,500 ohia ties a day
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1001455   System ID: 32269


970) Krauss Heading: Parade
Title: Floral Parade this morning described
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Prize winners named, two pa'u riders pictured.
Krauss Card No.: 1301513   System ID: 37686


971) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: Report on board meeting last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 300388 [dc]   System ID: 11613


972) Krauss Heading: Hoogs, Frank L.
Title: Treasurer and manager of the Hawaiian Star Newspaper assn. died of a heart attack today
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (606[sic]) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700482 [dc]   System ID: 16369


973) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Frank L. Hoogs, treasurer and manager of the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Association, died of heart failure afternoon today at his Makiki residence
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: He complained of a severe attack of indigestion in the morning and went home.
Krauss Card No.: 1300550   System ID: 36281


974) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: No action at all on merger of garbage and roads at Supervisors meeting last night
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Supervisor Dwight recommended oiling the Pali Road on the windward side, cost about $600.
Krauss Card No.: 1401507   System ID: 43045


975) Krauss Heading: City & County
Title: A move to abolish the garbage bureau and merge it with the roads department fails
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 300388 [dc]   System ID: 11612


976) Krauss Heading: London, Jack
Title: Writes his New York publishers that his captain and some of the crew have left him
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Capt. Warren and engineer Martin Johnson have been bitterly disappointed that they have not found the adventures they expected, they and a sailor and two Japanese servents have left him. London apparently is still in San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 1001252   System ID: 31449


977) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: A move to abolish the garbage bureau and merge it with the roads department fails
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Chairman Hustace of the Board of Supervisors cooked up the scheme to foil Fern and Harvey's plan to wrest garbage from Johnson. And he got other Republicans to go along. But Harvey immediately moved to adjourn and was seconded by Dwight so the meeting adjourned before action was taken. This happened at the last meeting. The subject is expected to come up at the next meeting tonight.
Krauss Card No.: 1401506   System ID: 43044


978) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: Warrants have been signed for the arrest of J. Lor Wallach, the controversial worm doctor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wallach goes to jail for practicing medicine without a doctor's license.
Krauss Card No.: 1000591   System ID: 30245


979) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Story says that Sam Johnson's job as superintendent of garbage collection is in danger
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: No action or conversation at Board of Supervisor's meeting last night on Joe Fern's resolution to relieve Sam Johnson of his garbage post on the grounds that he has not the time as road supervisor to give it sufficient attention. A number of new neighborhoods demand roads, Kapahulu and Kapiolani.
Krauss Card No.: 1401505   System ID: 43043


980) Krauss Heading: Wallach, J. Lor
Title: Warrants have been signed for his arrest
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 2100105 [dc]   System ID: 17250


981) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: Warrants have been signed for the arrest of J. Lor Wallach, the controversial worm doctor
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Doesn't say what the charges are.
Krauss Card No.: 1000591   System ID: 30244


982) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Story says that Sam Johnson's job as superintendent of garbage collection is in danger
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: If he doesn't give it up, garbage politicians will oust him as road supervisor.
Krauss Card No.: 1401505   System ID: 43042


983) Krauss Heading: Wundenberg, Fred
Title: Died at 8 p.m. yesterday at his residence in Pacific Heights
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Born June 23, 1850 in Hanalei. At one time Registrar of Public Accountants under Kamehameha V. Worked for Castle and Cooke, then Theo. H. Davies, was post master from 1886 to 1891. Has been in commercial business since his return from exile after the revolution.
Krauss Card No.: 2200460   System ID: 54284


984) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: L.M. Whitehouse wins Nuuanu dam contract for completion of, one year time limit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is Saturday. His bid was $123,445.
Krauss Card No.: 2100338   System ID: 17869


985) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: L.M. Whitehouse wins Nuuanu dam contract for completion of, one year time limit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Whitehouse assembling a large labor force to complete the dam. Will use three pumps plus the old Howland pump to sluice down the earth material for the fill. Has also located the quarries from which rock will come for the dam.
Krauss Card No.: 2100338   System ID: 17870


986) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: W.A. Kinney in farewell speech to Dems says fusion with Home Rulers was a mistake
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The County Beacon, official organ of the Democrats, is suspending publication with this issue. Says the Democrats have forced the Republicans to hold honest elections and not use coercion as before. Home Rulers could not make them stop. Iaukea lost his case in congress but won a moral victory by bringing the case to light.
Krauss Card No.: 1401504   System ID: 43041


987) Krauss Heading: Water
Title: L.M. Whitehouse submits low bid for completion of Nuuanu dam
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: L.M. Whitehouse, $123,445; W.H. Hooges & Co., $129,475; Wilson & Chapin, $134,560; C.S. Holloway, $142,800. Bids were opened about noon at superintendent Campbell's office with contractors present, about 20 people. Gathered at 11 but Whitehouse was late. There was complaint that the specifications will be changed, prevented close figuring. Two bids submitted, one for stone revetment on inside surface of dam, one for concrete. Stone cheaper.
Krauss Card No.: 2100337   System ID: 17868


988) Krauss Heading: Whitehouse, L.M.
Title: Submits low bid for completion of Nuuanu dam
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Water].
Krauss Card No.: 2100843 [dc]   System ID: 22848


989) Krauss Heading: London, Jack
Title: News comes from Tahiti and San Francisco about London
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Snark skipper Warren writes from Tahiti about the voyage to the Marquesas, predicts that London will continue his voyage. Apparently, he went to San Francisco from Tahiti. A San Francisco story says he is returning to Tahiti in the Mariposa to rejoin the Snark.
Krauss Card No.: 1001251   System ID: 31448


990) Krauss Heading: Street Car
Title: Waialae riders demand and get 10 minute service during busy part of the day
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They were getting 20 minute service.
Krauss Card No.: 1801466   System ID: 49269


991) Krauss Heading: Land
Title: Government land can be leased for only 5 years to small farmers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Geo. B. McClellan, Kuhio's Secretary, and F.M. Hatch of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, had appeared before the Committee on Territories of the House to ask that the lease provision on government land be extended to 10, 15 and 20 years as an incentive for desirable immigrants.
Krauss Card No.: 901983   System ID: 10439


992) Krauss Heading: London, Jack
Title: J. Langbourne Warren, Snark skipper, is one-time Portland, Oregon murderer
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1001250   System ID: 31447


993) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: The Honolulu Mercnahts' Association has appointed a committee to plan a reception for the Great White Fleet
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-04 (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.: 1200155   System ID: 25764


994) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Falls of Clyde, sail tanker, involved in mistaken sighting
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The shipwrecked vessel Eclipse is in the news, survivors arrived by open boat. They say they saw a four-masted vessel that did not come to their aid and some say it must have been Falls of Clyde. Captain Larsen of the Falls gave his position at that time as 138:30 west, 24:20 north which is hundreds of miles away from where the men in the open boat saw a four-master which must have been the Fort George.
Krauss Card No.: 1700092   System ID: 43335


995) Krauss Heading: London, Jack
Title: San Francisco bank reveals that London took out a mortgage on his home on 27th St. near Telegraph Ave. to finance his voyage
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The agreement was that the bank would not file the mortgage unless it appeared that London was lost at sea. The filing now indicated that the bank is worried about his safety.
Krauss Card No.: 1001250   System ID: 31446


996) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Falls of Clyde, sail tanker, arrives with 18,420 barrels
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: She was 18 days out of Monterey, had to be lightened after her departure, small amount of oil pumped overboard. Captain Larsen said she had nothing to worry about after he lightened her to a rational load. At the railroad wharf.
Krauss Card No.: 1700091   System ID: 43334


997) Krauss Heading: Townsend, G.
Title: Owes $7 in delinquent income tax from 1907
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-02-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)10 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [No annotation.]
Krauss Card No.: 1901353   System ID: 53140


998) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: New yacht being built to represent Hawaii in the next Trans Pacific Yacht Race
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: George Wilcox of Kauai gives check of $1,000 to yacht fund, says he would like to see the cabin panelled in koa.
Krauss Card No.: 2200618   System ID: 54480


999) Krauss Heading: Street Car
Title: Residents of Liliha Street are up in arms over poor service from Honolulu Rapid Transit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Liliha Street to get mmore street cars.
Krauss Card No.: 1801467   System ID: 49271


1000) Krauss Heading: McCandless, L.L.
Title: Now is defending the right of Liliha residents to have good street car service
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Street Car.
Krauss Card No.: 1100624 [dc]   System ID: 33160


1001) Krauss Heading: Street Car
Title: Residents of Liliha Street are up in arms over poor service from Honolulu Rapid Transit
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Held a protest meeting last night to express disapproval of service after they secured a court order for the transit company not to discontinue service. A committee was formed to wait on the company and demand better service. L.L. McCandless is chairman of the committee and says the neighborhood has as much right to good service as anybody else.
Krauss Card No.: 1801467   System ID: 49270


1002) Krauss Heading: Social Event
Title: The Old Guard of the Commercial Club has a dinner to reminisce
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Many familiar names from past years in the list, all of whom have belonged to the YMCA for 10 years or more. Program of dinner given, speech topics. The Old Guard plans to have more meetings.
Krauss Card No.: 1800508   System ID: 48170


1003) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Democratic County Beacon comes to C.P. Iaukea's defense
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says he is too honest.
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 701680 [dc]   System ID: 19252


1004) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democratic County Beacon comes to Col. C.P. Iaukea's defense
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says Iaukea may not be diplomatic enough, and not recognize those who supported him for sheriff. But his problem is mostly not having given jobs but just to be undiplomatic, especially to Hawaiians. However, Hawaiians owe him a great deal because he is honest in a job where he could easily come out wealthy simply by relaxing a little. Instead, he is poorer than he was before, and this is in the face of haole criticism that Hawaiians cannot withstand temptations from bribers.
Krauss Card No.: 1401503   System ID: 43040


1005) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian and Moana Hotels to close at end of month until busines improves
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Moana bar and baths will remain open but the Hawaiian will close entirely.
(Apparently the Moana did not remain closed very long.)
Krauss Card No.: 701216   System ID: 18454


1006) Krauss Heading: Iaukea, Curtis P.
Title: Says he intends to run again for sheriff, split in the party seen
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 701680 [dc]   System ID: 19251


1007) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Iaukea says he intends to run again, split in Democratic party seen
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Party regulars are predicting a split between Iaukea and Jarrett.
Krauss Card No.: 1401500   System ID: 43037


1008) Krauss Heading: Kinney, W.A.
Title: Resigns as chairman of the Democratic party
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Politics.
Krauss Card No.: 901065 [dc]   System ID: 7672


1009) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian and Moana Hotels to close at end of month until busines improves
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: the dining rooms closed. They Young Hotel is sufficient to take care of all business. Star hopes the closing will be temporary."
Krauss Card No.: 701216   System ID: 18453


1010) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: W.A. Kinney resigns as chairman of the Democratic party
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has held the office since 1904. He withdraws without dissatisfaction and hopes a good successor can be found, sees bright future for the party.
Krauss Card No.: 1401500   System ID: 43036


1011) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Arrives in Honolulu on board Kinau, Saturday January 18
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Also on board was Queen Liliuokalani, Mrs. J. Aea and three servants.
Krauss Card No.: 2101896   System ID: 29484


1012) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star predicts that the next sheriff contest will be between John Wise, Republican, and W.P. Jarrett, Democrat
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-15 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1401498   System ID: 43034


1013) Krauss Heading: Frear, Gov. Walter F.
Title: Returns from trip to Washington
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4 & 6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 501093 [dc]   System ID: 22118


1014) Krauss Heading: Government
Title: Gov. Walter Frear returns from trip to Washington
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3-4 & 6-7)) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Tells of his trip, efforts to push Hawaii measures in Congress.
Krauss Card No.: 502021   System ID: 23882


1015) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Democrats welcome Republican Link McCandless to the fold
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story says they like him because of his stands on immigration and public lands. This is the definition of a good Democrat in Hawaii, against immigration of cheap labor and for leasing lands to small farmers.
The Republicans say they are for these issues but don't do anything about it. Have been in control for years but no action. Why? Because the interests of their leaders lie in a different direction.
Krauss Card No.: 1401499   System ID: 43035


1016) Krauss Heading: Ship, Inter-Island
Title: Luka, schooner, sold by bankrupt owner for $400
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Japanese crewmen on the last voyage to Laysan are still owed $350 but nobody knows where the money will come from. C. Meinecke bought the vessel. Young Brothers bid $200.
Krauss Card No.: 1700853   System ID: 44559


1017) Krauss Heading: Airplane
Title: Story says U.S. wants flying machines
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mentions the Wright Brothers and Alexander Graham Bell's marvelously developed Tetrahedral kite.
Krauss Card No.: 100366   System ID: 6586


1018) Krauss Heading: Wilcox, G.N.
Title: Gives $1,000 to build yacht Hawaii
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Yacht].
Krauss Card No.: 2101095 [dc]   System ID: 26393


1019) Krauss Heading: Yachts
Title: New yacht being built to represent Hawaii in the next Trans Pacific Yacht Race
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will be named Hawaii. There have been numerous stories about raising funds to pay for the vessel. The latest donation came from Pacific Mail Steamship Company.
Krauss Card No.: 2200618   System ID: 54479


1020) Krauss Heading: Wilson, John H.
Title: Stages sit in for office space, hold over road supervisor claims squatters rights
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: City & County].
Krauss Card No.: 2101902 [dc]   System ID: 29498


1021) Krauss Heading: Radio
Title: Pacific Mail Steamship Co. has announced its intention to install wireless on its liners
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are the Siberia, Korea, Manchuria, Mongolia and China.
Krauss Card No.: 1501208   System ID: 3217


1022) Krauss Heading: Kawananakoa, David
Title: Dies in San Francisco after seeming improvement
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)7 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper obituary
Annotation: Body will arrive in the Manchuria June 15. He died at 5:15 p.m. yesterday at the Hotel Stewart. He was the eldest son of Chief David Kahaiepouli Piikoi, cousin of King Kalakaua, born in Honolulu Feb 19, 1868. His mother was the sister of Queen Kapiolani, Princess Kekaulike. He was the grandson of Kaumualii, last king of Kauai. He married Abigail Campbell in 1902 and three children survive; Abigail, 5; David, 4; Lydia, 3.
Krauss Card No.: 900550   System ID: 6176


1023) Krauss Heading: Politics
Title: Star says the Democrats will not run Iaukea for sheriff again because he broke his promises
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1908-01-03 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 1401498   System ID: 43033


1024) Krauss Heading: Oil
Title: Falls of Clyde, sail driven tanker, arrives in Honolulu with first cargo of oil
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Ship-Foreign, Falls of Clyde.
Krauss Card No.: 1301071 [dc]   System ID: 37152


1025) Krauss Heading: Ship - Foreign
Title: Falls of Clyde, four-masted sail tanker, arrives with oil in Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Was off Diamond Head at 6 a.m. yesterday morning, Captain Larsen, docked at the railway wharf at 11 a.m. Did not begin discharging because crew given Christmas off. She carries 18,500 barrels of oil and 152 drums of gasoline and distillate. A watchman has been stationed at the gangway to keep the crew on board so the ship can leave with a clean bill of health. She has trouble with her anchor apparatus which may delay her departure. (Case of cholera in Honolulu caused brief quarantine.)
Krauss Card No.: 1700090   System ID: 43333


1026) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Herbert M. Ayers, editor of the defunct Referee is found not guilty of sending obscene literature through the mails
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation].
Krauss Card No.: 1300548   System ID: 36279


1027) Krauss Heading: Wallach, J. Lor
Title: Quack healer, in center of controversy about curing leprosy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Wallach exhibits man he says is leper, will cure him. The man has a certificate of good health from Board of Health.
See: Leprosy.
Krauss Card No.: 2100104 [dc]   System ID: 17248


1028) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: J. Lor Wallach exhibits a "leper" and claims he will cure him in six weeks
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Stuck needles in his arm to show no nerves. Man's name is Charles Hookano. Only problem is that Hookano was examined by doctors recently and declared not a leper, given a certificate of good health. Wallach says the doctors don't know what they're talking about.
Krauss Card No.: 1000590   System ID: 30243


1029) Krauss Heading: Navy
Title: Great White Fleet underway from Hampton Roads
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Adam Robley D. Evans in command.
Krauss Card No.: 1200154   System ID: 25763


1030) Krauss Heading: Purdy, Ikua
Title: Comes in first in maverick branding in local Wild West Show
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Rodeo
Krauss Card No.: 1501020 [dc]   System ID: 2983


1031) Krauss Heading: Rodeo
Title: Wild West Show features Angus McPhee but others outshine him
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Held yesterday in spite of rainy weather, 15 cowboys competed. Makai Kaliliki of Waimea won the bronc busting, and the roping. Ikua Purdy came in first in maverick branding. Charles Lucas Jr. was knocked unconscious during the potato race when his horse fell on him.
Krauss Card No.: 1600626   System ID: 39041


1032) Krauss Heading: Lumber
Title: G.W. Macfarlane visits Volcano country to investigate possibilities of a lumber industry
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the possibilities are good for ohia and koa. His guest, Mr. Wigram of England, is with Fowler & Co. of Leeds, England who manufacture steam plows. The company is also in railroads and is interested in ohia railroad ties.
Krauss Card No.: 1001454   System ID: 32266


1033) Krauss Heading: Macfarlane, George W.
Title: Visits volcano country to investigate possibilities for a lumber industry
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Lumber].
Krauss Card No.: 1001747 [dc]   System ID: 33638


1034) Krauss Heading: Whitehouse, L.M.
Title: Has received a warrant of completion for his work on the Alakea Wharf
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [See: Harbor].
Krauss Card No.: 2100842 [dc]   System ID: 22847


1035) Krauss Heading: Harbor
Title: Alakea Wharf accepted this morning from contractor Whitehouse by the Superintendent of Public Works
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It cost $91,000 and took 8 months to build but 3 months of that was spent in waiting for ohia piles from Hawaii. L.M. Whitehouse received a warrant of completion and for the 10 per cent reserve on the contract price held pending the acceptance of the job together with balance due on estimates.
Krauss Card No.: 600669   System ID: 25295


1036) Krauss Heading: Goodhue, Dr. E.S.
Title: Says he has discovered leprosy bacilli in mosquitoes
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leprosy.
Krauss Card No.: 501753 [dc]   System ID: 23342


1037) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: Dr. E.S. Goodhue of Honolulu finds leprosy bacilli in mosquitoes
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Important discovery.
Krauss Card No.: 1000589   System ID: 30242


1038) Krauss Heading: Achi, William C.
Title: Has lost faith in quack healer Wallach
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Leprosy
Krauss Card No.: 100107 [dc]   System ID: 5658


1039) Krauss Heading: Wallach, J. Lor
Title: Quack healer, in center of controversy about curing leprosy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has lost support of W.C. Achi.
See: Leprosy.
Krauss Card No.: 2100104 [dc]   System ID: 17246


1040) Krauss Heading: Leprosy
Title: Hawaiian begin to doubt the power of healer Wallach
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: W.C. Achi was a strong backer of the quack until he let Wallach try and heal a case of paralysis in his family for $50. The cure didn't work and now Achi is talking against the doctor.
Krauss Card No.: 1000588   System ID: 30241


1041) Krauss Heading: Coal
Title: Star says Navy coal is piling up on the waterfront
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There are 32,000 tons on hand at the Naval Station and more coming. So the Navy is fencing a lot behind the Hawaiian Electric works where the old fishmarket was. 8,000 tons will be place at the end of Richards St. Other sites where coal will be piled are named.
Krauss Card No.: 301251   System ID: 13937


1042) Krauss Heading: Carter, George R.
Title: Ex-governor nabbed for hunting without a license
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Carter miffed by suggestion that he broke the law.
Krauss Card No.: 201432 [dc]   System ID: 13652


1043) Krauss Heading: Hunting
Title: Party of prominent hunters nabbed on Molokai for hunting without licenses
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Ex-governor Carter miffed by idea he broke the law.
Krauss Card No.: 701574   System ID: 19065


1044) Krauss Heading: Newspaper
Title: Albert F. Judd claims story about making VIP hunters buy hunting licenses was a fake
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It appears that former Gov. Carter is now miffed at Pacific Commercial Advertiser editor Walter Smith for refusing to apologize for implying that the hunters had broken the law.
Krauss Card No.: 1300547   System ID: 36278


1045) Krauss Heading: Cowboy
Title: Wild West Show planned for Honolulu
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Angus McPhee, world champion cowboy from Wyoming, will be on hand to perform.
Krauss Card No.: 301919   System ID: 15375


1046) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Story says hotels in Honolulu are raising room rates
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: But the rates are not given. Hawaiian Hotel manager says his hotel is losing money at present rates, rates much lower than on the West Coast.
Krauss Card No.: 701215   System ID: 18452


1047) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Has labor trouble, strike threat from marine engineers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701887 [dc]   System ID: 19548


1048) Krauss Heading: Strike
Title: Marine engineers at Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company ready to go out on strike
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The marine engineers have agreed to arbitration, there will be no strike now.
Krauss Card No.: 1801515   System ID: 49336


1049) Krauss Heading: Saito, Miki
Title: Gets into rhubarb with L.E. Pinkham and Gov. Walter Frear
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-11-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Japanese.
Krauss Card No.: 1601231 [dc]   System ID: 39960


1050) Krauss Heading: Pinkham, L.E.
Title: Gets in rubarb with Japanese consul Miki Saito
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-11-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Japanese.
Krauss Card No.: 1400178 [dc]   System ID: 41267


1051) Krauss Heading: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Title: Has labor trouble, strike threat from marine engineers
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701887 [dc]   System ID: 19547


1052) Krauss Heading: Strike
Title: Marine engineers at Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company ready to go out on strike
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Passage money on interisland steamers no longer accepted in anticipation of a strike.
Krauss Card No.: 1801515   System ID: 49335


1053) Krauss Heading: Wallach, J. Lor
Title: To be given a chance to prove his cure for leprosy
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-11-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Signs agreement to try his cur