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1) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Haleiwa Hotel has been turned into a beach club
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1930-12-09
Page (Column): 7 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Photos with caption.
Krauss Card No.: 701257   System ID: 18556


2) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Drawing shows of new proposed central building for the Halekulani Hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1930-06-14
Page (Column): 13 (2-7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701256   System ID: 18554


3) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Clifford Kimball, lessor of the Halekulani Hotel, buys the establishment for $250,000
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1929-12-18
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701255   System ID: 18550


4) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kona Inn opens new era in Big Island tourism
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1928-11-02
Page (Column): 15-Dec
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Stories and photos of the new hotel, the Kona Coast, Kailua Village, sport fishing, etc.
Krauss Card No.: 701254   System ID: 18546


5) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel in Kona to be built by Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. will cost $125,000 to be completed in 9 months
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1928-02-06
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701253   System ID: 18544


6) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 100 rooms planned at Kahala
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1928-01-12
Page (Column): 11 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Plans, money ready, waiting on Bishop Estate okay. To have a 9-hole golf course, a 3-winged, one story building, will cost $100,000.
Krauss Card No.: 701252   System ID: 18539


7) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Niumalu, new Waikiki Hotel, opened Saturday night
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-11-07
Page (Column): 4 (3)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701251 [dc]   System ID: 18535


8) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Pioneer Hotel in Lahaina is drawing clientele
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-05-05
Page (Column): 7 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Photo of the hotel and caption. The manager is Miss Sarah Freeland.
Krauss Card No.: 701250   System ID: 18528


9) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Splendor marks hotel opening
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-02-02
Page (Column): 1 (2-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story and photo.
Krauss Card No.: 701248 [dc]   System ID: 18523


10) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel to be opened tomorrow
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-31
Page (Column): 1 (1); Last Edition
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701248   System ID: 18520


11) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian kitchen has gone into action
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-25
Page (Column): 1 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701246   System ID: 18512


12) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Three pages on the Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-21
Page (Column): 10-Aug
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Then a special section on the hotel, 16 pages. Also a transportation section to go with it, 16 pages. Then a 16-page outdoor life section relating to the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701248   System ID: 18517


13) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Story says Inter-Island Steam Nav. has chosen its Kona Hotel site, Keauhou
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-17
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Up for final board approval today.
Krauss Card No.: 701249   System ID: 18526


14) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Construction of $250,000 hotel at Kalakaua, Liliuokalani & Koa Avenues
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-13
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701247 [dc]   System ID: 18513


15) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Cooks and waiters from famous resorts come to join staff of new Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1927-01-11
Page (Column): 3 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701246   System ID: 18511


16) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. plans to build a hotel in Kona
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-12-30
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701245   System ID: 18509


17) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Pleasanton
Newspaper: Honolulu Advertiser
Date: 1926-08-01
Page (Column): 7 (5-8)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Larger quarter page display advertising Pleasanton Hotel, Wilder Ave. at Punahou St. Tel. 4927. Swimming pool of artesian water, beautiful dining room, 15 minutes from downtown on Manoa car line, one person $80 a month and up, 2 persons $150 per month and up.
Territorial Fair Sept. 25-Oct. 2.

See: Same issue, Society Section.
Krauss Card No.: 701244   System ID: 18505


18) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Pleasanton
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-08-01
Page (Column): Society Section; 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701244   System ID: 18507


19) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Pierpoint Hotel in Waikiki sold by J.F. Child to Heen Estate for $145,000 to Heen Estate for $145,000
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1926-04-15
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701243 [dc]   System ID: 18501


20) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Halekulani Cottages designed by C.W. Dickey
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-11-06
Page (Column): 4 (2-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701242 [dc]   System ID: 18499


21) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Board of supervisors votes to keep hotels and apartment buildings off of Waikiki Beach makai of Kapiolani Park
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-08-18
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701241 [dc]   System ID: 18498


22) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Brief mention of new hotel at Waikiki (Royal)
Newspaper: Honolulu Advertiser
Date: 1925-08-12
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Matson Navigation Co. has under construction a $2,000,000 hotel at Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701240   System ID: 18496


23) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Moana Hotel Sunday night Hawaiian concerts have become popular, says manager J.M. Poirier
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-07-18
Page (Column): 3 (2-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Music.
Krauss Card No.: 701239 [dc]   System ID: 18495


24) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Matson announces plans for a giant new hotel at Waikiki, on the old Seaside Hotel site
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-04-28
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This will become the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701239   System ID: 18493


25) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel in Hawaii needed says W.P. Roth, gen. manager of Matson Nav. Co.
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1925-03-16
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Project outlined at a Hawaii Tourist Bureau luncheon today. He said the hotel will be built in conjunction with the completion of Matson's new luxury liner Malolo.
Krauss Card No.: 701238   System ID: 18492


26) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Photo of thatched Volcano House in 1861
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1924-07-26
Page (Column): 14 (1-3); Sec. 2
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701238 [dc]   System ID: 18489


27) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co. buys the Volcano House
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1921-06-30
Page (Column): 1 (8)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701237 [dc]   System ID: 18487


28) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Blaisdell Block sold to Demosthenes Lycurgus and associates of Hilo
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Date: 1919-04-26
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701235   System ID: 18483


29) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Moana Hotel adds new wing
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1918-01-04
Page (Column): 5 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Opens on New Years Eve, adds 200 rooms to the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701236   System ID: 18485


30) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Old Royal Hawaiian Hotel has become the Army-Navy YMCA
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1917-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701234 [dc]   System ID: 18479


31) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Freeman Kimball buys Halekulani Hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1917-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Halekulani Hotel on Kalia Road, Waikiki, for many years the residence of Robert Lewers and during the past few years conducted as a hotel by Mrs. C.N. Arnold, has been leased to Freeman Kimball, manager of the Haleiwa Hotel, who plans to make it an exclusive family hotel. Kimball says the main structure will be enlarged, repaired and painted. The property is a beautiful one on Waikiki beach with many very old coconut palms. There is a large hau tree makai of the building which has been famous for years.
Krauss Card No.: 701233   System ID: 18478


32) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: T.B. Thiele, manager of the Alexander Young and the Royal Hawaiian has resigned, successor named
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1917-02-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is Harry E. Stinson of Portland right now.
Krauss Card No.: 701232   System ID: 18474


33) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Territorial Hotel Co. adds a new manager because business is increasing
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-12-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Valentino Moroni has arrived on the China and will manage the Moana and Seaside Hotels. Philias Poirier will still be chief clerk of the Moana and T.H. Thiele will retain management of the Young and Hawaiian Hotels.
Krauss Card No.: 701231   System ID: 18472


34) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Big eastern hotel company negotiating to buy the Ainahao Hotel property
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-09-23 (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: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701230 [dc]   System ID: 18470


35) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Territorial Hotel Co. signs lease for Moana Hotel site with Hustace family
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-09-22 (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: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701230 [dc]   System ID: 18469


36) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Attorney Anthony J. de Souza will open 26-room Grand Hotel in Wailuku, Maui
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-08-07 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 701229   System ID: 18468


37) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Manager James Woods of St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco coming to Hawaii to look over hotel prospects
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The rumor is that he will determine site for a hotel in Honolulu, probably at Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701229   System ID: 18467


38) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Two new wings will triple the size of the Moana Hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-03-21 (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: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701228 [dc]   System ID: 18466


39) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Report high occupancy for Carnival Week, and Feb.
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1916-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)9 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: If conditions are the same in Honolulu during Carnival Week as they are at present, the Moana, Young and Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Ainahau, Hustace Villa, the Blaisdell and Pierpont will be the only establishments, outside of private homes, which will be able to accommodate tourists who will come here for the annual celebration.
A check, of the local hotels and boarding houses has resulted in finding that ???? of them are full and probably will not be able to accommodate any one else during the entire month of February.
Krauss Card No.: 701227   System ID: 18465


40) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Wahiawa Hotel advertieses fine bass fishing, boating and swimming, bracing air
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1915-01-01
Page (Column): Sec. 2; 9 (4-6)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Three column ad. The only hotel on this island where you will find a real change of climate and bracing air. Rates: day, $2.50; week, $15; month, $45. Advertisement gives train schedule. Photo shows two story building with large lanai on an open plain, trees in front of hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 71226   System ID: 18464


41) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Waikiki Inn in trouble over liquor license
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1914-10-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John T. Scully, Willmont R. Chilton and John H. Fischer were indicted a few days ago on a charge of first degree conspiracy in connection with the liquor commission's investigation of the notorious Waikiki Inn license case several months ago. The trio were arraigned but did not enter pleas
Krauss Card No.: 701225   System ID: 18463


42) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Full page ad says the Seaside Hotel will reopen Jan. 1 under the management of J.H. Hertsche
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-12-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)8 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: With a telephone in each room, fully renovated. Three meals served each day; breakfast from 6:45 to 9:30 a.m., 50????. Lunch from 12:30 to 2 p.m. for 75????. Dinner 6 to 8 p.m. at $1. American plan. Parking for 10 autos, free swimming for guests, grounds illuminated at night.
Krauss Card No.: 701224   System ID: 18462


43) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Territorial Hotel Co. names new general manager for Moana, Young and Royal Hawaiian Hotels
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-08-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is Theodore B. Thiele, present manager of the Moana, who will replace J.H. Hertsche. In the past, the Royal Hawaiian and Young were under the direct managership of the general manager while the Moana had a resident manager. It is not known whether this arrangement will continue or whether the general manager will handle all the hotels.
Krauss Card No.: 701223   System ID: 18461


44) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Blaisdell Hotel opens in downtown Honolulu
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-02-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)23 (full page ad) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Absolutely fire resistant, 27 baths, millinery shop, grocery store, barber shop, manicure and hairdressing parlors, hatter, tailor. Telephone in every room.
Krauss Card No.: 701222   System ID: 18460


45) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The community association at Wahiawa is putting up a hotel
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1913-01-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Some Wahiawa history given.
Krauss Card No.: 701221   System ID: 18459


46) 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


47) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Sunday feature on Hilo's new hotel owned by George Lycurgus
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1910-02-27
Page (Column): Feature Section; 1 (Full page)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Full page with photo of new hotel and of Lycurgus.
Krauss Card No.: 701219   System ID: 18457


48) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Alexander Young will build cottages across the street from the Moana Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1909-10-18
Page (Column): 10 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701218   System ID: 18456


49) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House to be enlarged, owner George Lycurgus says so
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1909-08-22
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701217   System ID: 18455


50) 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


51) 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


52) 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


53) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New liquor license law goes into effect, has effect on hotels
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1907-07-08
Page (Column): 6 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Liquor.
Krauss Card No.: 701214 [dc]   System ID: 18451


54) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Farewell dance for officers of USS Annapolis scheduled for Seaside Hotel, now popular dance place
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1907-05-08 (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: Social Event.
Krauss Card No.: 701213 [dc]   System ID: 18450


55) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Seaside Hotel has brilliant opening
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1906-07-02 (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: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701212 [dc]   System ID: 18449


56) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: History of coconut grove at Coco Palms Lodge on Kauai told
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)6 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Coconuts.
Krauss Card No.: 701210 [dc]   System ID: 18447


57) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Geo. W. Macfarlane is foreclosing on the Waikiki Seaside Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-09-09
Page (Column): 8 (2)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: A long list of guests were garnished in an attempt to recover some money. They include John Effinger, E.A. Johnson, Frank Vida, Ed Giffard.
Krauss Card No.: 701209   System ID: 18446


58) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: George W. Macfarlane forecloses mortgage on Waikiki Seaside Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-09-09
Page (Column): 8 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The mortgage is for $9,000 made out to S.C. Allen on Aug. 12, 1902. The Henry May Co. is also suing for payment of a bill for $1,216.41 and nine guests are being garnished.
Krauss Card No.: 701211   System ID: 18448


59) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel Ltd. to take over Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-05-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Articles of incorporation signed, capital stock of $200,000 of which $180,000 is subscribed. The investors are named.
Krauss Card No.: 701208   System ID: 18445


60) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Alexander Young buys the Moana Hotel
Newspaper: Newspaper title was not transcribed correctly, send e-mail to hawnpac@hawaii.edu requesting card check.
Date: 1905-05-01
Page (Column): 7 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has purchased the controlling interest. Guests of the Young may now transfer to the Moana if they wish.
Krauss Card No.: 701207   System ID: 18444


61) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New company will be formed to operate the hotel until a buyer can be found
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-04-28 (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.: 701205   System ID: 18442


62) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel sold at auction for $95,000 to [illegible] K. Meyers, secretary of the Hawaiian Trust co., the trustee of the bond holders
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-04-23
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: George Lycurgus bid against Meyers up to $90,000, then dropped out.
Krauss Card No.: 701206   System ID: 18443


63) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel property goes on the auction block today, history of the hotel given
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-04-22
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Until five years ago, it was the only first-class hotel in Honolulu. Built by the government because private investors would not make the commitment. Col. Macfarlane and associates was going to add two stories some years ago but travel fell off badly.
Krauss Card No.: 701204   System ID: 18440


64) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The old Royal Hawaiian Hotel was sold at auction today for $95,000 to the Hawaiian Trust Co.
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The only other bidder was George Lycurgus who stopped at $90,000.
Krauss Card No.: 701205   System ID: 18441


65) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian Hotel mortgage foreclosed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1905-02-02
Page (Column): 3 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Royal Hawaiian Hotel.]
Krauss Card No.: 701203   System ID: 18439


66) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Trust Co. is foreclosing on the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1905-02-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The hotel owes $143,000. The trust co. wants to sell the hotel at public auction.
Krauss Card No.: 701202   System ID: 18438


67) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Rates are $1 a day
Author: Hawaii Promotion Committee
Publication: Hawaii, A Primer   Page: 34-35
Date: 1905-00-00
Article Type: other reference
Annotation: Three first class hotels in Honolulu, Royal Hawaiian, Moana and Alexander Young. Moana is at Waikiki, other two in downtown Honolulu. Also half a dozen family hotels, a great number of lodging houses and a still greater number of boarding houses. Average hotel rate is $1 per day European plan, $3 per day American. Boarding houses charge $7 to $12 per week, and lodging houses $6 to $12 per month. Haleiwa Hotel is 58 miles by rail, same rates. There is also the Volcano House on the Big Island.
Krauss Card No.: 701201   System ID: 18437


68) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: It's official, George Lycurgus takes over management of the Volcano House
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1904-12-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Yesterday the board of directors authorized a second mortgage of $5,000 to pay for painting and other improvements. Officers elected were R.W. Shingle president; C.L. Wright vice president, L.A. Thurston secretary, Richard H. Trent treasurer, and J.A. Kennedy auditor.
Krauss Card No.: 701200   System ID: 18436


69) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fred J. Church taking over from Col. Macfarlane as manager of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-12-01
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701199   System ID: 18435


70) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: George Lycurgus buys the Volcano House stock of Lorrin A. Thurston
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1904-11-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This virtually gives him control of the company. Reported in the Hawaii Herald.
Krauss Card No.: 701198   System ID: 18434


71) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1904-05-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Fri., June 3, the flagship New York band will play a farewell concert and dance at the Moana Hotel, alternating with the Ellis Quintette for dancing. A former performance was so popular that this one was scheduled.
Krauss Card No.: 701197   System ID: 18433


72) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Band plays concert at Moana Hotel
Newspaper: Hawaiian Star (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1904-05-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Every available seat filled by servicemen in town from Navy ships. Story says the Hawaiian songs were favorably received, vocal music being new to the audience. Tomorrow evening the band from the cruiser New York will play and the Ellis quintette will provide dance music.
Krauss Card No.: 701197   System ID: 18432


73) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Full page on the new Alexander Young Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1904-01-01
Page (Column): 9; (Sec. 2 p1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Completed last August at a cost of 15 hundred thousand dollars. Full description of the hotel with four photos of exterior, interiors, roof garden.
Krauss Card No.: 701196   System ID: 18431


74) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Moana Hotel will not close in spite of losses
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin
Date: 1903-11-28
Page (Column): 8 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: One of the stockholders said the group is a 'busted' community but the hotel will not close because of the knock it would give the city. Mr. Peacock is out about $30,000. It is hoped the hotel will pay eventually, the burden is just beginning to lift.
Krauss Card No.: 701195   System ID: 18430


75) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The band will give a concert on the roof garden of the Alexander Young Hotel this evening
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-11-06
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701194   System ID: 18429


76) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian Hotel adopting European Plan
Newspaper: Daily Bulletin
Date: 1903-09-23
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701193   System ID: 18428


77) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Alexander Young Hotel is running ads in mainland magazines
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-09-01
Page (Column): 5 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Tourism.
Krauss Card No.: 701192 [dc]   System ID: 18427


78) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Visitor describes the delights of the roof garden atop the Alexander Young Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-08-19
Page (Column): 6 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701189   System ID: 18424


79) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Alexander Young Hotel opened with fanfare
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-08-01
Page (Column): 1 (1-4); 2
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The hotel described. Festivities include dancing on the roof. Cont. on page 2 with photos of the roof garden, dining room, one of the suites; manager M. Wingate Lake and Alexander Young.
Krauss Card No.: 701188   System ID: 18423


80) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Moana advertises Trolley Schedule
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-03-03
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad says an electric rapid transit car arrives and departs from the main entrance every ten minutes.
Krauss Card No.: 701191   System ID: 18426


81) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Old Commercial Hotel being torn down, built in 1845
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-03-01
Page (Column): 1 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: At the corner of Beretania and Nuuanu Sts, built by Henry Macfarlane. There was a billiard room upstairs and a bowling alley on the Waikiki side. Farther up the street was Webster's Stables where whaling captains and sailors rented horses to ride to Waikiki and other points of interest. Long story about the early days of the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701187   System ID: 18422


82) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Commercial Hotel torn down, history
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1903-03-01
Page (Column): 1 (2-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long nostalgic story of the Commercial Hotel, started by Henry Macfarlane in 1846, Jan. 3 at Beretania & Nuuanu Sts. and became the hangout for whaling captains, later business men and Kam III, IV, and V. Legislation discussed. History of Macfarlane family.
Krauss Card No.: 701190   System ID: 18425


83) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hilo Hotel closes, furniture has been removed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-08-25
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701186   System ID: 18420


84) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House gets improvements
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-08-25
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701186   System ID: 18421


85) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: W.C. Peacock & Co. will not renew their lease on the Hilo Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1902-08-12
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says it has not proved profitable. It is said that a syndicate headed by Robert Scott, formerly of the Hawaiian Hotel, will take over the place.
Krauss Card No.: 701185   System ID: 18419


86) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Moana Hotel to build two cottages for workers
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-11-06
Page (Column): 11 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701184 [dc]   System ID: 18418


87) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Opening of the Moana Hotel described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-03-12
Page (Column): 2 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story with drawing of the lobby and dining room. Dinner guests listed and menu given. The hotel described.
Krauss Card No.: 701183   System ID: 18417


88) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Moana Hotel will be inspected by the press tonight
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-03-11
Page (Column): 19 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Manager Smith will entertain at a banquet at 8 p.m. The new electric hacks will provide transportation. The hotel will be open for public inspection from 1 to 5 p.m. A visiting Shriner's convention has taken all the rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 701182   System ID: 18416


89) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Night clerk, Bob Scott, is leaving the Hawaiian hotel after four years
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1901-02-01
Page (Column): 2 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is called genial, popular, played billiards with guests. Is going to work for the Chinese registration. Began his career 42 years ago on the stage, came to Hawaii five years ago with a theatrical company, then left the stage for hotel work.
Krauss Card No.: 701181   System ID: 18415


90) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House will not close for lack of business
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-12
Page (Column): 6 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: E.C. Macfarlane says the story out of Hilo is false.
Krauss Card No.: 701180   System ID: 18414


91) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Auctioneer sells Arlington monkeys, two of them have been on the grounds for years
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-08
Page (Column): 3 (1-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701179   System ID: 18413


92) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arlington Hotel and furnishing to be auctioned this morning
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-09-06
Page (Column): 6 (2-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Story with photographs. The site was Liliuokalani's childhood home.
Krauss Card No.: 701179   System ID: 18412


93) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Arlington, well known old Honolulu hotel, to close in September
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-08-17
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701178   System ID: 18411


94) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel owner G.W. Macfarlane has plans to renovate the hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-06
Page (Column): 12 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Two stories to be added making the building four stories high. Old cottages will be torn down and more commodious ones built.
Krauss Card No.: 701177   System ID: 18410


95) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: J.W. Allen of Portland, Ore. succeeds P.M. Lucas as manager of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-07-02
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701176   System ID: 18409


96) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Drawing of Alexander Young Building to be built at Hotel & King Sts.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-06-09
Page (Column): 13 (1-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701175   System ID: 18408


97) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arlington Hotel is to be torn down
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-05-16
Page (Column): 3 (1-3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The land has been sold to Alex. Young. Some history of the old hotel given, it was run by Dr. McGrew who is retiring.
Krauss Card No.: 701174   System ID: 18407


98) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Another story on the Moana Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-03-07
Page (Column): (6 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Total cost will be $140,302.71. Capital stock is increased. Description of hotel accommodations.
Krauss Card No.: 701173   System ID: 18406


99) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel barkeeper fined for selling whiskey on the Sabbath
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-01
Page (Column): 21 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: $250. His name is C.E. Mesten.
Krauss Card No.: 701171   System ID: 18404


100) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel Annex in Waikiki described
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1900-01-01
Page (Column): 7 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701172   System ID: 18405


101) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Real estate speculator Desky booming [sic] a hotel on Pacific Heights
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-12-15
Page (Column): 12 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With picture of a three story building with cupolas. Figures it will cost $50,000 or so.
Krauss Card No.: 701170   System ID: 18403


102) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Story says a 6-story Kapiolani Hotel is to be built facing Thomas Square
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-12-05
Page (Column): 11 (3-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It will cost $250,000 and prominent businessmen are involved, says the story.
Krauss Card No.: 701169   System ID: 18402


103) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Haleiwa Hotel popular, guest lists are long
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-09-04
Page (Column): 6 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called the Waialua Hotel to date. This is the third guest list that has been run.
Krauss Card No.: 701168   System ID: 18401


104) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Excursion for the press to the new Haleiwa Hotel
Newspaper: Newspaper title was not transcribed correctly, send e-mail to hawnpac@hawaii.edu requesting card check.
Date: 1899-08-05
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Met by manager Curtis Iaukea, trip described. The hotel opens today, every one of the rooms is taken.
Krauss Card No.: 701167   System ID: 18400


105) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kapiolani Hotel Proposed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-07-28
Page (Column): 1 (4-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: With drawing of 7-story structure to go up in the park opposite race track; two elevators. To be built by stock company offering shares of $20 each, to capitalize at $200,000.
Krauss Card No.: 701166   System ID: 18399


106) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New six-story hotel proposed opposite Kapiolani Park
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-07-21
Page (Column): 1 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701165 [dc]   System ID: 18398


107) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New Waikiki hotel (Moana) in the works
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-07-20
Page (Column): 7 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701164 [dc]   System ID: 18397


108) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House Co. secures new 22-year lease from Bishop Estate
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-07-18
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: E.C. Macfarlane makes the announcement. The day after the lease was signed, the volcano erupted. Many people flocked to the Volcano House.
Krauss Card No.: 701163   System ID: 18395


109) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Seaside Annex in Waikiki scene of reception
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-06-21
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The annex is the former home of C.R. Bishop, was decorated for the occasion.
Krauss Card No.: 701162   System ID: 18394


110) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Seaside Annex in Waikiki scene of reception
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-06-20
Page (Column): 11 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Col. & Mrs. Geo. W. Macfarlane entertain this evening at the Hotel Seaside Annex, Waikiki, on the occasion of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Macfarlane.
Krauss Card No.: 701162   System ID: 18393


111) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House Co. secures new 22-year lease from Bishop Estate
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-06-18
Page (Column): 11 (1)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: A letter from the Volcano House dated last Thursday states that about 150 guests were putting up there.
Krauss Card No.: 701163   System ID: 18396


112) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Good description of Japanese hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-05-09
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 25???? a day for room and food, 10 bath tickets for 10????. No one is turned away, so the place is sometimes crowded with people sleeping on the floors and many to a room.
Krauss Card No.: 701161   System ID: 18392


113) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Peacock & Co. proposes building hotel on Moana site at Waikiki
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-04-26
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701160 [dc]   System ID: 18391


114) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Has new illuminated sign on counter
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-04-20
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There's a cigar lighter on the counter. When in use, a glass disc above lights up. Frank Davey, the photographer, has added a negative of the hotel's Waikiki Annex to the disc so that it is lit up when the lighter is in use.
Krauss Card No.: 701159   System ID: 18390


115) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: C. Shiozawa advertises the Waianae Resort, the new railroad depot
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-02-15
Page (Column): 7 (4)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701158 [dc]   System ID: 18389


116) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel and Arlington Hotel have been filled for the past two weeks
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-01-27
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701157 [dc]   System ID: 18388


117) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hilo Hotel lease taken over by W.C. Peacock of Honolulu
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1899-01-16
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He has put Mr. Glaze in charge.
Krauss Card No.: 701156   System ID: 18387


118) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Col. C.P. Iaukea to be manager of new Waialua Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-12-12
Page (Column): 7 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hotel will be completed in about six weeks.
Krauss Card No.: 701155   System ID: 18386


119) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Plans for OR&L Hotel at Waialua completed by architect O.G. Traphagen
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-10-20
Page (Column): 1 (3-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Drawing of new hotel, to be opened after beginning of next year.
Krauss Card No.: 701153   System ID: 18384


120) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: San Souci, Wright's Villa, Pattern's Resort at Waikiki caught with illegal booze
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-10-17
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701154 [dc]   System ID: 18385


121) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Plans for OR&L Hotel at Waialua completed by architect O.G. Traphagen
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-10-14
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will have circular veranda two stories, second story will contain 10 rooms for guests lighted with electricity.
Krauss Card No.: 701153   System ID: 18383


122) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fred Waldron chosen to manage Volcano House
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-09-22
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Peter Lee will devote his time to his coffee plantation.
Krauss Card No.: 701151   System ID: 18380


123) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fred Waldron chosen to manage Volcano House
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-09-21
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Replaces Peter Lee.
Krauss Card No.: 701151   System ID: 18379


124) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: W.K. Azbill is new proprietor of Queen Hotel & Eagle House
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-09-08
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701150   System ID: 18378


125) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Peter Lee reported ready to leave Volcano House after long service
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-08-30
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701149   System ID: 18377


126) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: San Souci gives soldiers use of its baths for 25???? a month
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-08-23
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Courtesy George Lycurgus.
Krauss Card No.: 701148   System ID: 18376


127) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: P.M. Lucas has resigned as manager of Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-08-22
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Replaced by Mr. Clough of Del Monte.
Krauss Card No.: 701147   System ID: 18375


128) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Peter Lee, manager of Volcano House, writes to friend
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-06-22
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Says walls of Kilauea have been caving and falling. Very little smoke.
Krauss Card No.: 701146   System ID: 18374


129) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Carl Klemme, owner of Queen Hotel, buys Waikiki property known as Saratoga
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-06-01
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701145 [dc]   System ID: 18373


130) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: San Souci doing good business from the racing crowd
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-05-13
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701144 [dc]   System ID: 18372


131) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel bell boys in new outfits
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-04-05
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Hawaiian Hotel bell boys are now clad in neat navy blue suits with red braid down the seams of the trousers and small brass buttons on the tight fitting coats.
Krauss Card No.: 701143   System ID: 18371


132) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Col. G.W. Macfarlane renovating Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-03-01
Page (Column): 5 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Macfarlanes have acquired more land in the Hawaiian Hotel area from Henry Waterhouse, a 20 year lease on Penhallow land. Ground to be broken for new two-story cottages. Will contain 16 rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 701142   System ID: 18370


133) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Col. G.W. Macfarlane renovating Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1898-02-09
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Architect Traphagen at work on plans.
Krauss Card No.: 701142   System ID: 18369


134) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel manager Thos. K. James quits
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-12-13
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: P.M. Lucas is at the helm once more.
Krauss Card No.: 701141   System ID: 18368


135) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: T.K. James replaces P. Lucas as manager of Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-10-18
Page (Column): 1 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: James was chief steward of the OSS Australia. Lucas will run the bar. Many improvements announced.
Krauss Card No.: 701140   System ID: 18367


136) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: E.C. Macfarlane says he's not interested in buying the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-09-28
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The story says he has been identified with the hotel so long it will seem strange not to see him there.
Krauss Card No.: 701139   System ID: 18366


137) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel to be sold at auction on steps of Palace
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-09-02
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Upset price $40,000 in U.S. gold coin. If not sold, will be offered for lease with upset price of lease $4,000 per annum, for 10 year lease.
Krauss Card No.: 701138   System ID: 18365


138) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arlington Hotel, scene of entertainment
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-08-06
Page (Column): 1 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Given by officers of HMBS Penguin. Long story.
Krauss Card No.: 701137   System ID: 18364


139) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arlington Hotel has a guest, C.M. Pepper of New York
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-08-04
Page (Column): 2 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Reporter for the New York Herald.
Krauss Card No.: 701136   System ID: 18363


140) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mrs. H.B. Bailey opens hotel at Makawao
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-07-07
Page (Column): 6 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Maui.
Krauss Card No.: 701135 [dc]   System ID: 18362


141) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: San Souci Seaside Resort advertises
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-05-27
Page (Column): 1 (1)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701134 [dc]   System ID: 18361


142) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Pete Lucas, manager of the Hawaiian Hotel, is back from the coast
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-05-26
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701134   System ID: 18360


143) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel holding semi-monthly dances
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-27
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Night Club.
Krauss Card No.: 701133 [dc]   System ID: 18359


144) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fair View Hotel at Lihue, Kauai is in business
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1897-04-26
Page (Column): 1 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Run by W.H. Rice. Mentioned in a story about the trip of Wray Taylor to Kauai who stayed there.
Krauss Card No.: 701132   System ID: 18358


145) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Prominent citizens circulate petition against granting of liquor license to Waikiki Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-09-07
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701130 [dc]   System ID: 18356


146) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Waikiki Hotel construction depends on obtaining liquor license
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-08-22
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is the one at the Peacock premises.
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701129 [dc]   System ID: 18355


147) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hilo Hotel ordered closed by Spreckels Bros., saved by George C. Beckley, director of Wilder Steamship Co.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-08-15
Page (Column): 1 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His action was taken personally to ensure service to tourists, commended by PCA.
Krauss Card No.: 701128   System ID: 18354


148) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Waikiki Proposal
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-08-08
Page (Column): 1 (4-6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Illustration of a proposal for a new hotel at Waikiki, appears to be on Moana Hotel site. Residence of W.C. Peacock. Plan calls for 43 rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 701125   System ID: 18351


149) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Liquor License application turned down for first Moana Hotel plan
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-08-05
Page (Column): 6 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hotel to be built around Peacock premises on Waikiki Beach.
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701127 [dc]   System ID: 18353


150) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Advertisement for San Souci Seaside Resort
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-07-30
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Similar to ad a year later.
Krauss Card No.: 701126   System ID: 18352


151) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Seaside Resort
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-06-03
Page (Column): 8 (3)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad (small) for Seaside Resort, Wright's Villa, a short distance from the bridge, Waikiki. Every accommodation that comfort requires.
(other Waikiki Hotel is Sans Souci)
Krauss Card No.: 701124   System ID: 18350


152) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Eagle House has been refurbished as a family hotel by John McLean
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-12-21
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will open Jan. 1.
Krauss Card No.: 701123   System ID: 18349


153) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Eagle House to close
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1895-06-29
Page (Column): 7 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: T.E. Krouse gives notice of intention to foreclose mortgage and of sale of Eagle House contents.
Krauss Card No.: 701122   System ID: 18348


154) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Night Clerk, Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-10-03
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Local Brevities Item on Wah Sing, night clerk at the Hawaiian hotel, leaving for a year in China. Well known character in the islands, has been mentioned in several articles and books about Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 701121   System ID: 18347


155) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Sans Souci
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-07-02
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Seaside Resort, Waikiki, advertising stay of Robert Louis Stevenson in 1893. Oct. 7.
T.A. Simpson, reg. [sic].
(other Waikiki Hotel in 1896 is Seaside Resort)
Krauss Card No.: 701120   System ID: 18346


156) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel for Sale, Eagle House
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-05-28
Page (Column): 7 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A family hotel in Honolulu, 4 detached cottages, main building has 20 bedrooms, large dining room and parlor. Grounds laid out in trees, flowers, ferns & other plants. No location given.
Krauss Card No.: 701119   System ID: 18345


157) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New feature at Hawaiian Hotel is Saturday nite dinners with Hawaiian music by Quintette Club
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-03-16
Page (Column): 4 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Music.
Krauss Card No.: 701118 [dc]   System ID: 18344


158) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Hawaiian National Band is playing a concert at Sans Souci for guests
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1894-01-19
Page (Column): 7 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: (The National Band has played several times at Sans Souci.)
See: Royal Hawaiian Band.
Krauss Card No.: 701117 [dc]   System ID: 18343


159) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Robert Louis Stevenson, guest at San Souci, writes letter to editor defending the hotel
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1893-10-07
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Stevenson, R.L.
Krauss Card No.: 701116 [dc]   System ID: 18342


160) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: George Lycurgus arrested at Sans Souci for keeping a disorderly house
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1893-10-04
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Crime.
Krauss Card No.: 701116 [dc]   System ID: 18341


161) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: George Lycurgus is back at the San Souci
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1893-06-20
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701115   System ID: 18340


162) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arlington Hotel, both houses, to open today
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1893-06-01
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701114   System ID: 18339


163) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: T.E. Krouse, hotel keeper, is branching out because business is booming
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1893-05-05
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He is manager of the Eagle and Arlington hotels. Has leased the Hamilton House on King St. Will be called the Arlington.
Krauss Card No.: 701113   System ID: 18338


164) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel now demanding payment weekly
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1892-09-30
Page (Column): 3 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Several guests have run up bills of several months, then took off leaving only a small satchel. Apparently it is the custom in Honolulu for hotel guests to pay monthly. Now the hotel is adopting the European plan which is weekly payments.
Krauss Card No.: 701112   System ID: 18337


165) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Hawaiian Hotel had 105 guests registered yesterday, an unusually large number
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1892-04-26
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Most were tourists, about 40 of them leave in the Australia.
Krauss Card No.: 701111   System ID: 18336


166) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A new hotel on Nuuanu Ave. is nearly completed, built by John T. Waterhouse
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1892-03-09
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Called the Brook House, 40 feet wide, opposite Eagle House.
Krauss Card No.: 701110   System ID: 18335


167) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Upstairs rooms at the Arlington are now open with electric lights
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1892-01-08
Page (Column): 3 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Rooms are the same price. At Hotel near Fort St.
Krauss Card No.: 701109   System ID: 18334


168) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Thos. E. Krouse advertises re-opening of the Arlington Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1891-11-03
Page (Column): 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: He is proprietor of the Eagle House, so he will be running both places when the Arlington re-opens on Nov. 9.
Krauss Card No.: 701108   System ID: 18333


169) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hamilton Johnson takes over management of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1891-10-06
Page (Column): 3 (1)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A previous story said it was rumored the Geo. W. Macfarlane would sell half his interest in the Hawaiian Hotel to Johnson. This has apparently happened. Johnson has closed the Hamilton House in Waikiki and is taking over the Hawaiian Hotel, will operate the Waikiki Villa in conjunction. Hamilton House took boarders. Waikiki Villa apparently does not.
Krauss Card No.: 701107   System ID: 18332


170) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Arlington Hotel, on Hotel St., advertises
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1890-07-08
Page (Column): 3 (6)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hot and cold water baths, large airy rooms with board, also table board, terms reasonable.
Krauss Card No.: 701106   System ID: 18331


171) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The bar, billiard room and main building of the Hawaiian Hotel are now lighted by electricity
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1889-12-11
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701105   System ID: 18330


172) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Eagle House offers board and room on Nuuanu Ave
Newspaper: Pacific Business News
Date: 1889-10-17
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: $2 per day, $12 per week. New cottages especially constructed for family use. T. Krouse, Prop.
Krauss Card No.: 701104   System ID: 18329


173) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Park Beach - First Waikiki Hotel?
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1888-09-15
Page (Column): 1 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Opposite Kapiolani Park, Waikiki, gas and water in each elegant room, extensive shaded grounds, billiard and bowling alley attached. Horses for hire, & guides. Buses and carriages available for excursions. Wagonette for use of guests at special rates.
See: German Arion picnic.
Krauss Card No.: 701103   System ID: 18328


174) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Owners of Royal Hawaiian Hotel listed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1886-02-17
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Officers elected at annual meeting are Geo. W. Macfarlane, pres.; A.J. Cartwright, vice-pres.; E.C. Macfarlane, treas.; Walter S. Hanks, sec. and auditor. Directors are Cartwright, Samuel Parker, E.C. and G.W. Macfarlane and S.M. Damon.
Krauss Card No.: 701102   System ID: 18327


175) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: PCA runs a long story about new improvements to the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-09-03
Page (Column): 3 (3)[column number typed over; may be a 2]
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Includes a new refrigerator, water tank, billiard table, furniture, crockery, glassware.
Krauss Card No.: 701101   System ID: 18326


176) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel under joint management, to be renovated
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-07-01
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Joseph Tilson will today assume management with George Fassett of the Hawaiian Hotel. Tilson is going to San Francisco per Alameda today to bring back new equipment and arrange for tour parties.
The kitchen will be renovated, a small dining room added, cold storage built in for meats, etc. A billiard table or two will be brought in new, electric lights to be installed through out the hotel, and an enunciator [sic] will connect all rooms to the desk.
Krauss Card No.: 701100   System ID: 18325


177) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Advertisement for the Pacific Ocean House in Waikiki
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-12
Page (Column): 2 (5)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Formerly the residence of Allen Herbert, now managed by Hamilton Johnson. Fine accommodations for families, sea bathing, cottages to let with or without board. Kapiolani Park, Honolulu. Open on June 11.
Krauss Card No.: 701099   System ID: 18324


178) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The new Pacific Ocean House hopes to feed racing fans between races on Kamehameha Day
Author: Editor Macfarlane
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-10
Page (Column): 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Editor Macfarlane promises an excellent lunch at Allen Herbert's former private residence near the grandstand.
Krauss Card No.: 701098   System ID: 18323


179) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Big advertisement for Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-06-07
Page (Column): 2 (5-6)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel and cottages can accommodate 200 guests, has billiard table and a bar. Cottages supplied with water from artesian well on premises. A telephone in the clerk's office connects to businesses in the city. The menu comes from the best the market affords.
Krauss Card No.: 701097   System ID: 18322


180) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New rule, hack drivers may not loiter around the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-05-03
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Taxi.
Krauss Card No.: 701096 [dc]   System ID: 18321


181) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: News of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-27
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA compliments the new management of the Hawaiian Hotel on obtaining the services of the Royal Hawaiian Band to play a concert for the tour group in town.
Krauss Card No.: 701095   System ID: 18319


182) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: News of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-27
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA comments that it appears the hotel is not a money maker, judging from the readiness with which Dr. McGrew sold it. It is hoped the new owner will demonstrate how to make a profit as the hotel is necessary to the city.
Krauss Card No.: 701095   System ID: 18320


183) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Chief steward of the Alameda will be chef of the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-24
Page (Column): 2 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: His name is Charles Dexter. The billiard and bar room will also be placed under his superintendence. The editor said there is room for improvement there.
Krauss Card No.: 701094   System ID: 18318


184) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Dr. J.S. McGrew sells Hawaiian Hotel to G.W. Macfarlane & Co.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-22
Page (Column): 2 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Negotiations have been going on for six months, closed Tuesday last (this is Saturday). George Fassett will remain as manager. Problem of supplying good food will be alleviated by installation of refrigerators to preserve food from San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 701093   System ID: 18316


185) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Charles Warren Stoddard describes poi feed at the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-19
Page (Column): 2 (3-4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: He says cottage No. 500 on the hotel grounds is headquarters for the Kohala Boys who were not present at the luau.
Follows a description of the food: fish, poi, Hawaiian salt, ground kukui nut, roast pig, fowl. Cold liquor from a bathtub filled with ice water, punch. Hula kui performed.
Krauss Card No.: 701092   System ID: 18315


186) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest list at Hawaiian Hotel varied
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-03-10
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Shows 16 from San Francisco, one from England, one from Nova Scotia, one from Honokaa, one from Kohala, one from Chicago, one from Waikapu, one from Mana [sic].
Krauss Card No.: 701091   System ID: 18313


187) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Writer Fred Bagot has low opinion of Volcano House Manager
Author: Fred Bagot
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-12
Page (Column): 2 (4-5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Says the manager is more interested in hog and stock raising than caring for his guests. Bagot hopes he will be relieved of his hotel duties.
Krauss Card No.: 701091 [dc]   System ID: 18310


188) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel registers 32 new arrivals
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1884-02-09
Page (Column): 2 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Tourism.
Krauss Card No.: 701090 [dc]   System ID: 18308


189) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mr. Cornwall's fine imported horses will be paraded at the Hawaiian Hotel on Christmas Day
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-12-25 (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: Christmas.
Krauss Card No.: 701089   System ID: 18307


190) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest at Hawaiian Hotel warned not to wear his pistol
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-12-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Carrying firearms is illegal in Hawaii.
Krauss Card No.: 701088   System ID: 18306


191) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest list of Hawaiian Hotel given
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701087   System ID: 18305


192) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest list at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-11-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Shows about half a dozen guests from England, one from Honokaa, one from California, two from Kahului, Maui.
Krauss Card No.: 701086   System ID: 18301


193) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Billiards match set at Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Commencing at 7:30 a.m. on Friday next, Nov. 2 between Sam Makaiwi and John Saunders to 505 points. Will be continued on the following Monday and Saturday evenings the best two out of three.
Krauss Card No.: 701085   System ID: 18299


194) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Band concert brings business to Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The band concert at the hotel on Saturday evening was largely attended and deservedly applauded. The enterprising proprietor received a fair amount of patronage in return for his liberality for so generously catering for the public amusement.
Krauss Card No.: 701084   System ID: 18298


195) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Row between cooks at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-10-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Spanish first cook breaks chair over head of Chinese second cook when feud breaks into blows. The Chinese cook is very pious, had been to church to see some children baptized, on returning was reproached by the Spaniard. The Spaniard was hauled away to jail, bailed out. The Chinese was taken to a doctor and was stitched up, not a serious wound.
Krauss Card No.: 701083   System ID: 18296


196) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Editor complains of Neighbor Island accommodations
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Travelers must accept the charity of hospitable planters, makes them feel obliged. Only restaurants are Chinese coffee houses, very crude.
Krauss Card No.: 701082   System ID: 18294


197) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: George H. Fassett new manager of Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-08-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has been manager of Sherman House and Grand Pacific Hotel in Chicago, 3 years at West End Long Beach Hotel in New York, from 1877 to 1882 manager of Baldwin House in San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 701081   System ID: 18291


198) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Manager of Hawaiian Hotel, Greeley, leaves due to ill health
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-07-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New manager expected soon.
Krauss Card No.: 701080   System ID: 18289


199) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House manager Wm. Jordan making improvements
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Wkly; 2 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Erecting new house at Sulphur Baths, also growing vegetables for Volcano House table. PCA doesn't recommend staying overnight at the Halfway House coming up from Hilo.
See: Travel.
Krauss Card No.: 701079   System ID: 18287


200) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel to get new manager, George Fassett
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has arrived from S.F., 20 years in the hotel business, former manager of the Baldwin.
Krauss Card No.: 701079   System ID: 18285


201) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest list at Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: March 31 - J.A. Coon, Wailuku; Mrs. Helen Robinson, Miss Gay, Miss Alice Gay, Charles Gay, A. Robinson, Makaweli, Kauai; E. Hore, Koolau; Ch. Larisch, Kaneohe.
April 1 - T.P. Tisdale, Jho. Hind, C.H. Smith wife and family, Kohala; C.A. Bailey, D. Courteny, A. Barnes, Wailuku; J. Cooper, Hilo.
Krauss Card No.: 701078   System ID: 18283


202) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 14-room lodging house for rent by realtor
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On King St., rent is 40 per month. Realtor says rental of rooms brings in $130 per month. Kitchen and dining room attached. Fully furnished with new furniture, rooms all full.
Krauss Card No.: 701076   System ID: 18277


203) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guests at Hawaiian Hotel get April Fooled
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-04-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On April 1, somebody put a notice on the hotel bulletin board that the captain of the Nettie Merrill had harpooned a whale and that the monster was on view at the mail wharf. When many flocked there to see, they discovered it was an April Fool Joke.
Krauss Card No.: 701077   System ID: 18280


204) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Z.Y. Squires, proprietor of American Lodging House on Maunakea St. is opening a restaurant there
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1883-03-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701075   System ID: 18275


205) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: People are complaining that the Royal Hawaiian Band plays too often at the hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Wkly; 5 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: There are only 30 or 40 seats at the hotel grounds and most do not care to stand for two and a half hours. Also, many are reluctant to sit on the hotel verandah because it may be reserved for hotel guests. Don't want to intrude. They want the band to play on other than moonlight nights at Emma Square. Can't the musicians see on other nights?
Krauss Card No.: 701073   System ID: 18272


206) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New seats at Hawaiian Hotel for band nights
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-11-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Wkly; 5 (6)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For use by the public on band nights and other public occasions.
Krauss Card No.: 701074   System ID: 18274


207) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Dr. McGrew continues improvements to Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-09-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Wkly; 3 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has purchased property on Waikiki side of hotel, was an eyesore to hotel occupants. Neat cottages will take the place of "these places" and the ugly fences will be replaced by the neat, white picket railing which encloses the hotel grounds. The dining room has just been renovated, will be luxurious when new furniture arrives.
Another item lauds the social functions arranged by the hotel hostess for entertainment of guests. On Monday night there was a band concert on the grounds followed by a dance.
Krauss Card No.: 701072   System ID: 18269


208) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Gas machine installed at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-09-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Replaces kerosene lanterns in use since more cumbersome gas apparatus was given up. Big improvement.
Krauss Card No.: 701071   System ID: 18266


209) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Art works sold at Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-09-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 5 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Portrait or Kamehameha, landscape, U.S. coat of arms embroidered in silk, large musical clock, another of black marble.
See: Art.
Krauss Card No.: 701070   System ID: 18263


210) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel band stand moved
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-08-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 5 (3)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "The work of removing the band stand from the front of the Hawaiian Hotel was commenced on Tuesday. It now occupies a former position on the Ewa side of the front of the Hotel, behind Mrs. Macfarlane's residence. The large algaroba tree which stood mauka of the stand, part of which was dead, has been cut down to allow of the removal."
Krauss Card No.: 701069   System ID: 18261


211) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fire department will experiment with taking water from Dr. McGrew's well at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-08-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Experiment not a success because the well had only a 2 inch connection.
Krauss Card No.: 701068   System ID: 18259


212) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fire department will experiment with taking water from Dr. McGrew's well at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-08-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Fire Department.
Krauss Card No.: 701068   System ID: 18258


213) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Improvements underway at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 3 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Stables are being torn down to be replaced by cottages. Driller Fessler is sinking an artesian well. Since water rises 42 feet 10 inches above sea level from artesian wells in Honolulu, there will be no need to pump water to upper story.
Krauss Card No.: 701065   System ID: 18254


214) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lease to Hawaiian Hotel sold to Dr. McGrew for 15 years at $2,500 per year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Dly; 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA prints briefs submitted on hotel case. Atty. Gen. says the Minister of Interior has no power to lease without bid. Attorney for McGrew says he does. Seems to be a lively controversy.
Krauss Card No.: 701067   System ID: 18257


215) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel lease controversy
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Wkly; 3 (5)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "It is a matter of regret that His Excellency Mr. Armstrong should have deemed it expedient to strengthen himself against anticipated animadversion by attacking Mr. Allen Herbert, who has put money and effort into the work of making the Hawaiian Hotel something like it was intended to be by its projectors. If it were deemed will to change, that could have been readily done without personal reflections being made."
Krauss Card No.: 701064   System ID: 18253


216) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lease to Hawaiian Hotel sold to Dr. McGrew for 15 years at $2,500 per year
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In legislative proceedings. Minister of Interior reports. Said hotel lease to A. Herbert five years ago at $2,360 per year but hotel badly kept, rooms run down, new furniture needed, better sewage. Herbert had option on new lease. Minister informed Herbert he could not have the lease back. Herbert made his own deal with McGrew, would sell McGrew the furniture provided he got the lease. Minister of Interior felt he could not give it but supreme court ruled otherwise. So McGrew was issued the lease on condition that he keep a first class hotel, would repair the property at a cost of about $30,000, all property to revert to the government at the end of 10 years (not 15?) at a lease rental of $2,500 per year.
Krauss Card No.: 701067   System ID: 18256


217) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel Stable advertises used horses, carriages
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-05-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): PCA Dly; 3 (2)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The stables is due to be torn down, sale tomorrow, Tues. 11 a.m. "Bargains to be had, well-broken horses, spans, single, buggy, saddle horses, carriages, single and double harnesses, four-in-hand harness."
Krauss Card No.: 701066   System ID: 18255


218) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A. Herbert sells Hawaiian Hotel lease to Dr. McGrew
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1882-04-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: "We understand that Dr. McGrew has negotiated the purchase of Mr. Herbert's interest in the lease of the Hawaiian Hotel and will receive an extended lease from the Government. Although the property belongs to the Government, the new lease has not been offered to public competition, because the terms of the ordinance under which the hotel was built does not require it. The point was submitted to their honors the Judges of the Supreme Court, who have given their advice to the effect that, the hotel having been built for the benefit of the country, and not for revenue purposes, the manner of dealing with it is entirely within the discretion of the Government."
Krauss Card No.: 701063   System ID: 18252


219) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kamehameha Day race committee meets at Commercial Hotel to plan the day
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-04-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Waikiki.
Krauss Card No.: 701062   System ID: 18251


220) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Whalers at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian
Date: 1881-04-02
Page (Column): 3 (7)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: List of recent hotel arrivals; John M. Lawler, J. Lewis wife and son, Jessie Thompson and wife, all of San Fran. Carrie P. Swain, Oakland; Thos. G. Campbell, whaling bark Northern Light; B.F. Wing, whaling bark Atlantic; L.C. Owen, steam whaler Belvedere; W.A. Barker, whaling bark Pacific; Geo. Smith & wife, whaling bark Abraham Barker; E.B. Lapham, whaling bark Rainbow; Jules L. Richardson, Waianae; H.T.B. McCool, City; Wilson F. Johnstone, Waimanalo.
Krauss Card No.: 701061   System ID: 18250


221) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel has passed into new hands
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-03-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Now in charge of John M. Lawler, an experienced innkeeper of San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 701060   System ID: 18249


222) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Bau Monde Restaurant opens on lower floor
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-02-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Fresh Eastern oysters on the half shell...for when you return from a drive to Waikiki or the Pali.
See: Restaurants.
Krauss Card No.: 701059   System ID: 18248


223) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: State dinner for Kalakaua at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1881-01-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Long list of guests, occasion was anticipation of his trip around the world.
Krauss Card No.: 701058   System ID: 18247


224) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guests at Hawaiian Hotel listed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-12-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: List shows that more than half are local; J.L. Richardson & August Aherns from Waianae, C. Bertelmann of Kauai, Mrs. M. Rose of Kaneohe, E. Bal of Molokai, a guest from N.Y. another from Cambridge, H. Cornwell of Waikapu, A.W. Bush of Waikapu, Jas, Renton Jr. of Kohala, Jao. T. Downey of Kohala, W. Everett of Waikapu, F.P. Leslie of Mahukona, five guests from Sydney.
Krauss Card No.: 701057   System ID: 18245


225) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Robert F. Oelhaffen advertises Kohala Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-10-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: At Halawa, can accommodate tourists, has an omnibus, carriages and saddle horses. Table d'hote from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Krauss Card No.: 701056   System ID: 18244


226) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: International Hotel advertises table board, $5 to $8 per week
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-10-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Conchee & Achat, proprietors, No. 84 Hotel St., largest, coolest, best kept dining room in the city, meals served at all hours.
Krauss Card No.: 701055   System ID: 18243


227) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Head cook at Hawaiian Hotel and yardman get in fight
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-10-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Head cook is Portuguese, yardman a Chinese. The two were hauled into court after an argument on the evening of the 25th resulted in fisticuffs. The cook's attorney pleaded that the man was extremely important to the welfare of the community, he shuddered to think of the amount of sickness his client might cause by indigestion if he had to cook while bothered. It is extremely important for mankind that a cook not be perturbed while at work, etc. Case dismissed.
Krauss Card No.: 701054   System ID: 18242


228) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Former Honolulu caterer Robert von Ochlhaffen opens hotel in Kohala
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-08-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Kohala Hotel at Halawa opposite the post ofice on the main road.
Krauss Card No.: 701053   System ID: 18241


229) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel advertises rates
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-08-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: American or European plan;
Rooms with board $2.50 per day
Rooms with board $3.00 per day
Rooms without board $1 per day and up
Cottages in connection of the hotel at special rates.
Krauss Card No.: 701052   System ID: 18240


230) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Annual business meeting and supper of British Benevolent Society will be held at Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 p.m. May 29
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-06-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Report on meetings, supper, guest list given.
Krauss Card No.: 701051   System ID: 18239


231) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Annual business meeting and supper of British Benevolent Society will be held at Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 p.m. May 29
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-05-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Jno. S. Smithies, sec.
Krauss Card No.: 701051   System ID: 18238


232) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The band and legislators met at the Hawaiian Hotel Monday evening
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-05-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3(7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701050   System ID: 18237


233) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guests at Hawaiian Hotel listed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1880-01-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Another list of guests, more foreigners this time.
Krauss Card No.: 701057   System ID: 18246


234) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Herbert at the Hawaiian Hotel buys thoroughbred pigs says item
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-10-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: From Rollin P. Saxe in San Francisco who deals only in blooded stock.
Krauss Card No.: 701049   System ID: 18236


235) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Rats have become obnoxious at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-08-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA reports that at midnight on Thursday a number of spectators watched a rat terrier destroy a number of the rodents in the hotel's kitchen. The terrier apparently is now dead, belonged to a captain.
Krauss Card No.: 701048   System ID: 18235


236) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel manager Herbert brings in 12 milk cows and 10 mules on the Ella
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701047   System ID: 18234


237) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Prizes for Kamehameha Day horse races to be given tonight at 8 o'clock at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-06-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701046   System ID: 18233


238) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Union Hotel premises to be auctioned, is government land
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-05-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701045   System ID: 18232


239) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Guest list of Hawaiian Hotel for February
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1879-03-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 701044   System ID: 18231


240) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel had 69 guests in October
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Guest list published.
Krauss Card No.: 701043   System ID: 18230


241) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Maine Hotel sold fo r$2,300, on King St.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Built in 1848 by Sml. Thompson, nicknamed Long Thompson by old residents.
Krauss Card No.: 701042   System ID: 18229


242) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Promenade concerts arranged by Berger & Herbert
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-08-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Series of 24 concerts will be given on the Hotel grounds, a pavilion has been arranged by manager Herbert, band leader Berger is charging $1 per person for the entire series to be given twice a month starting Aug. 6, extra seats set up for the subscribers, who will sit under trees.
Krauss Card No.: 701041   System ID: 18228


243) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kalakaua puts out fire at the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-06-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The ceiling of a cottage at the Hotel premises caught fire last evening from the flame of a kerosene lamp, in the absence of the occupants. The King who was unattended taking a walk in the neighborhood, was the first to discover the fire and put it out with a garden hose. His Majesty, it will be remembered, is an old fireman. There was no general alarm given.
Krauss Card No.: 701040   System ID: 18227


244) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel imports cook from San Francisco
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-04-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A. Herbert has secured the services of Leon Dejean, formerly chief cook of the Union Club of San Francisco.
Krauss Card No.: 701039   System ID: 18226


245) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Travelle's House advertises at Hilo
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-02-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: C.K. Hapai, visitors at Hilo and parties for the volcano should apply. Board and lodging, horses and guides.
Krauss Card No.: 701037   System ID: 18224


246) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: List of guests at Hawaiian Hotel in January
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Includes both locals and tourists.
Krauss Card No.: 701036   System ID: 18222


247) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: List of guests at Hawaiian Hotel in January
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Band of the U.S. training ship Pensacola has arranged to play concerts on the hotel grounds every Thursday evening while ship is in port.
Krauss Card No.: 701036   System ID: 18223


248) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Arrival finds Hawaiian Hotel shut up for three months
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1878-01-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Describes the inconvenience. He is Gen. James Comly, new Minister to Hawaii from U.S., writes to Columbus, Ohio State Journal. Says the son of William E. Dodge of New York came to Hawaii with daughter in Zealandia to meet his wife who had departed for U.S. because hotel closed. So he had no wife to meet him and no hotel to meet her in.
Had to wait a month before he could get a steamer back to San Francisco and then was not certain that his wife might not be on her way back to Hawaii and pass him on the ocean like the Flying Dutchman.
Krauss Card No.: 701035   System ID: 18221


249) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ghost reported in the Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Since the Hawaiian Hotel has been closed for repairs, it is reported that a veritable ghost nightly perambulates the deserted halls and corridors, and has repeatedly shown him-her-or itself on the verandah. Possibly the shade of some dissatisfied bond holder: "Oh speak, if voice thou hast, tell us what sacrifice can soothe thy spirit."
Krauss Card No.: 701034   System ID: 18220


250) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A. Herbert wins a 5-year lease of Royal Hawaiian Hotel at $2,350 per annum
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-09-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This is exclusive of the sale of the wine, spirit and billiard licenses. There was controversy over the lease to Herbert. Another party offered a bit of $3,500 per year on an appraised value of $9,000 for the hotel and fixtures. However, Herbert claimed he owned some of the furniture and had operated as a partner to the government, therefore should receive renumeration.
Krauss Card No.: 701033   System ID: 18219


251) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lease of Royal Hawaiian Hotel up for auction again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Paper gives history of hotel, built at a cost of $150,000, opened in 1872, highly praised by patrons. However, no business is less suited for government operation than running a hotel, the writer says. It should be sold to a private speculator.
First five years, hotel leased at no charge. When lease went to $6,000 annually, the hotel lost money.
Krauss Card No.: 701038   System ID: 18225


252) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Palauea advertised at Commercial Hotel Sat. evening at 8 o'clock
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-03-17 (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.: 701032   System ID: 18218


253) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel has added a barber
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-03-03 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 701031   System ID: 18217


254) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fancy subscription ball at Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1877-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Royalty attended, military band played under Mr. Schmidt, catered by von Oelhaffen of the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701030   System ID: 18216


255) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A. Herbert gets lease on Hawaiian Hotel again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-11-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will pay an annual rental of $6,050. Mr. Von Oelhaffen will soon open a lunchroom in the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 701029   System ID: 18215


256) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hawaiian Hotel serves oysters on half shell
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-11-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A. Herbert, the manager, has some oysters shipped on ice on every steamer from San Francisco where the oysters have been transplanted from Boston.
Editor Sheldon had some Thursday last - fresh, plump, luscious, just out of the shell - for the first time in 31 years, found them as good as he remembered. Says Herbert has a few brought in on every steamer on ice.
Krauss Card No.: 701028   System ID: 18214


257) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lease for Hawaiian Hotel to be sold at auction Nov. 18
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-11-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Possession to be given Jan. 1, 1877
Krauss Card No.: 701027   System ID: 18213


258) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Traveler's House advertises in Hilo
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-09-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Board and lodging, reasonable rates for travelers to the volcano, horses and guides procured. C.K. Hapai.
Krauss Card No.: 701026   System ID: 18212


259) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian Hotel manager gives details on hotel operation
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-07-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6-7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It seems the legislature is concerned about the hotel, owned by the government, because members have heard that only the bar and billiard rooms are making money, that the dining room and stables are losing, so should be gotten rid of. Also, the cottage in which Mrs. Macfarlane is staying brings in $600 per year, why not operate that instead of hotel, etc.
Allan Herbert, hotel manager, answers with a long letter explaining that one department depends upon another, that the bar and billiard rooms would not make money if boarders and their friends did not patronize them. Also, the stables is necessary to the hotel and is paying off what it cost. Herbert presents an interesting bill for one customer who [sic] 29 days:
29 days board and room $72.50
The wine card (bar) 143.75
Carriages and horse hire 55.50
Extra meals 3.00
____
277.75
A major critic is Mr. Bush.
Krauss Card No.: 701025   System ID: 18211


260) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Bond holders of Royal Hotel bonds want interest paid, say government is witholding profit
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-04-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: More on same subject.
Krauss Card No.: 701023   System ID: 18209


261) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House closed by owners, Jones and Richardson
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-03-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Due to a change in business arrangements. Now visitors to the volcano will have to provide themselves with equipment to camp out in Hilo.
Krauss Card No.: 701024   System ID: 18210


262) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Bond holders of Royal Hotel bonds want interest paid, say government is witholding profit
Author: Editor Sheldon
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1876-03-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Editor Sheldon claims they should not demand interest because the hotel is a needed public project.
Krauss Card No.: 701023   System ID: 18208


263) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The Ridge House, Kealakekua Bay, advertised
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1875-12-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: A.A. Todd, ad is dated Nov. 15, 1873, but hotel must still be open. Advertised as a big house at Kaawaloa, unrivaled climate, bathing beach, rooms and excellent accommodations in diet.
Krauss Card No.: 701022   System ID: 18207


264) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Globe Hotel premises for sale; also furniture
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1875-06-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Auction advertised. Says the lot contains a large main building two stories high in good repair, a fine large brick cook house and two comfortable cottages. On King St. Also three koa bedsteads, hair pillows, mosquito nets. One French bedstead, iron bedstead, mahogany chairs, bureaus and wash stands, black walnut hat rack with mirror, center table, mirrors, chandeliers, easy chairs, carpeting, 1 four-pocket billiard table. One iron lamp post.
Krauss Card No.: 701021   System ID: 18206


265) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House described, neat, laid out with lawns
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1875-05-22 (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.: 701020   System ID: 18205


266) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian Hotel charged $130 per month
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1875-01-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: So writes correspondent in the Ironton, Iowa Register. Says "we got two fine rooms and board for the three of us for $130 per month." He paid $84 for one week at the Lick House in San Francisco which is said to be hard to beat but was nothing like as good as the accommodations in Honolulu.
Krauss Card No.: 701019   System ID: 18204


267) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A New Zealander describes Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1875-01-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column): Supplement; 5 (4)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Half column, he's surprised to find such a fine hotel, good description of interior, food served, and the change given; coins of half a dozen different nations which the proprietor assured him were all coin of the realm. Has water pressure and gas chandeliers.
Krauss Card No.: 701018   System ID: 18203


268) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Fancy promenade concert an tableaux presented at Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1874-11-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A whole column is devoted to this social event which drew the best and finest of Honolulu to a program that was more for their money than most wanted and could have used some more rehearsal in details but was, nonetheless, a great treat with the entire program described in detail.
Krauss Card No.: 701017   System ID: 18202


269) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Yates Hotel on Hawaii Commended
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1873-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: by tourists back from Kona. Called House on the Hill. Features milk, butter & honey.
Krauss Card No.: 701016   System ID: 18201


270) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton Hotel now boarding house
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1873-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertised by Choy Yeet & Co. Called Chup Ying Boarding House.
Krauss Card No.: 701015   System ID: 18200


271) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ridge House at Kaawaloa, Kona
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1873-06-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertises "A Retreat For Invalids." Board $5 per week. A. Todd. Saddle horses available. Steamer Kilauea stops here. Ad is dated Nov 16, 1872. That's when it began running.
Krauss Card No.: 701014   System ID: 18199


272) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Berger's Band Now Playing at Hotel on Thursdays
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1873-05-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Manager Herbert pays the members a small gratuity, band master Berger works free. Editor says readers should contribute $1 to pay for this weekly addition to Honolulu's cultural scene.
Krauss Card No.: 701013   System ID: 18198


273) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kona Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Calls it the Milk & Honey Ranch near Kaawaloa.
Krauss Card No.: 701012   System ID: 18197


274) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Activities in Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says people were San Fran excursionists on steamer Montana. Stayed 6 days.
Krauss Card No.: 701011   System ID: 18196


275) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Activities in Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad signed by 17 guests laud hotel, as good as any in S.F.
Krauss Card No.: 701011   System ID: 18194


276) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Activities in Hawaiian Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Ball was given in hotel by officers of the Montana and her passengers, Tues. evening.
Krauss Card No.: 701011   System ID: 18195


277) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel to open Thursday evening
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New feature, hot and cold baths in the rooms for end of day comfort. Also ice cream in the parlor. Also an ad. Single bath 50????.
Krauss Card No.: 701009   System ID: 18192


278) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel to open Thursday evening
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: 250 people present at ball. Lit by gasoline, would have been more people but Ministers tried to pressure people into buying tickets, created a backlash. Frank Medina led Royal Household Band; 58 bedrooms, bathrooms on each floor, plunge bath for gentlemen in yard. 3 billiard tables in basement.
Honolulu now has 2 hotels, the Hawaiian costing $103,000 and the Globe.
Krauss Card No.: 701009   System ID: 18191


279) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Globe Refitted, open
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-03-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad says D.A. Thayer has purchased, refitted the Globe. Breakfast, 6:30 to 8 a.m. - Dinner from 12 - 2 p.m. - Supper 5 to 7 p.m. Open Sun. morning Mar. 3.
King St. near corner of Fort.
Krauss Card No.: 701010   System ID: 18193


280) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel to open Thursday evening
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-02-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: with a subscription ball.
Krauss Card No.: 701009   System ID: 18190


281) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: John T. Waterhouse supports it
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-02-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Waterhouse in a humorous comes out in support of the new hotel, will immortalize the reign of Kam V.
Waterhouse is a friend of Cleghorn.
Krauss Card No.: 701008   System ID: 18189


282) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Another ball held in unfinished bldg.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-01-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Grand affair, many beautiful ball dresses. Given by Commander & Officers of the USS Narragansett. Hotel still unfinished but more finished than for last ball. Rooms bare. Called Hotel Kamehameha V.
Krauss Card No.: 701006   System ID: 18187


283) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New proprietor arrives
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-01-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On steamer with furniture for the new hotel. A. Herbert is his name. He has the lease. No opening date yet set.
Krauss Card No.: 701007   System ID: 18188


284) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: PCA calls Hawn Hotel a Grand Blunder
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1872-01-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Short item to refute a question: Isn't the hotel worth something? Answer, It is a reducto ad absurdam to make such a claim of a $50,000 structure which is good only to accommodate a crowd of dancers one night a year.
PCA in another item explains it did not report the ball at the new hotel because the invitation list was too selective. The ball was in honor of a U.S. Navy ship. Apparently the Gazette enthusiastically reported the event.
Krauss Card No.: 701005   System ID: 18186


285) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Maine Hotel, Liberty Hall go dry
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-12-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Notorious former saloons now turned into coffee shops says item.
Krauss Card No.: 701004   System ID: 18185


286) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Leased to Allen Herbert for 5 years
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: PCA has nothing to say. Hotel should open Jan. 16.
Krauss Card No.: 701003   System ID: 18184


287) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The new hotel again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-10-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New financial arrangements described.
Krauss Card No.: 701002   System ID: 18183


288) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The new hotel again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-09-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New hotel now declared gov't enterprise by ministry.
Krauss Card No.: 701002   System ID: 18182


289) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The new hotel again
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-09-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: History so far. PCA asks, where is the money coming from to pay for this grand structure, the public treasury?
Krauss Card No.: 701002   System ID: 18181


290) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel becomes more controversial
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-08-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Gazette says it should be open by Jan. 1, predicts great success. PCA doubts that anyone can be found to lease the place.
PCA also digs at Gazette for doubting its facts in stories about blackbirding.
See: Labor.
Krauss Card No.: 701001   System ID: 18180


291) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: PCA criticizes government borrowing for hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-07-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: More on the muddled loan. Was it intended to make the lender a profit?
Krauss Card No.: 701000   System ID: 18179


292) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: PCA criticizes government borrowing for hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-07-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Government is giving 12 per cent interest for bonds to pay for hotel when current rate is 6 per cent. Editor asks why. Seems there are some shenanigans going on. Certain funds were not invested in treasury bonds as intended.
Krauss Card No.: 701000   System ID: 18178


293) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Subscribers back out on payments
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-06-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: PCA editor calls hotel huge white elephant. Work is going forward but subscribers are now backing down and there is no guarantee the legislature will float the bonds. Sounds like the Minister of Interior and Foreign Affairs moved too fast too soon.
Krauss Card No.: 700999   System ID: 18177


294) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Said to be a big white elephant
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-05-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Full column on grandiose plans for the new hotel, 40 rooms which will never be filled, editor protests. Believes it a big boondoggle. Envoy sent on mission to borrow money. Good piece to study.
Krauss Card No.: 700998   System ID: 18176


295) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ground broken for new Hawn. hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-05-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To be built of cement.
Krauss Card No.: 700997   System ID: 18175


296) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Should new hotel be wood or stone
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-03-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Pros & cons weighed by editor. Stone costs more, is liable to crack under earthquake shocks.
Krauss Card No.: 700996   System ID: 18174


297) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Letter writer says where it should be built
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-02-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: In a central place so it will pay. Emmat St. to far out of town.
Krauss Card No.: 700995   System ID: 18173


298) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Meeting for subscribers of hotel bonds
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700994   System ID: 18171


299) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Meeting for subscribers of hotel bonds
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1871-02-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To meet Wednesday next.
Krauss Card No.: 700994   System ID: 18172


300) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New PCA editor advocates
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1870-10-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: filling in reef, building on the new land a hotel & leasing it out. Says tourists and country people don't know where to lay their heads when they come to Honolulu. Have to sponge off friends.
Krauss Card No.: 700993   System ID: 18170


301) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel run by S.H. Cooper
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1870-09-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Arrested for selling liquor on Sunday. Is this a saloon?
Krauss Card No.: 700992   System ID: 18169


302) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ad for International Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1870-07-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: James C. Harrison & Co. Now open to traveling public.
Krauss Card No.: 700991   System ID: 18168


303) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Need again stressed
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1870-04-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: The Australian steamer made her first arrival Tues. with 170 passengers who had to remain on board for two days until Idaho sailed for S.F. because there is no hotel in Honolulu. Editor laments this.
See also: Tourism.
Krauss Card No.: 700990   System ID: 18167


304) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Need for one again stated
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1870-03-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: There is no hotel in Honolulu now. The Gazette has stated a need for one. PCA answers, I said it first a long time ago.
Krauss Card No.: 700989   System ID: 18166


305) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Samuel Loller sells Revere House, is broke
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1869-02-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Familiar fate of hotel keepers in Honolulu. Editor says we need a well kept hotel. Now travelers will again find fault with our accommodations. Can still eat at Sailor's Home.
Krauss Card No.: 700988   System ID: 18165


306) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Complaint about unlicensed boarding houses
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-11-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (7) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Pay no taxes yet compete with hotels. Must be small, family run establishments.
Krauss Card No.: 700988   System ID: 18164


307) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Good description of hotel in this period
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-08-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: National Hotel, Corner Hotel & Nuuanu advertised for sale, description of bar, bowling alley, billiard room, restaurant, 13 bed chambers, all on 1 acre in fee simple.
See also: S. Loller, former prop.
Krauss Card No.: 700987   System ID: 18163


308) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Samuel Loller taking over Revere Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-06-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On premises of old Globe.
Krauss Card No.: 700986   System ID: 18162


309) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: American House seems to be leading hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1867-01-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Run by Mr. Kirchoff, is adding restaurant.
Krauss Card No.: 700985   System ID: 18160


310) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: American House seems to be leading hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-10-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Dinner held at American House for Macfarlane.
Krauss Card No.: 700985   System ID: 18161


311) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House Planned
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-04-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: First patrons give good reports on volcano house.
Krauss Card No.: 700982   System ID: 18156


312) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House Planned
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-03-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: ???? col. story on opening of Volcano House. Routes to get there given.
Krauss Card No.: 700982   System ID: 18155


313) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: American House to Open
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-03-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: American House opened Thursday last. Mr. Kirchoff is late of the Aldrich House. Canton Hotel no longer looks barricaded.
Krauss Card No.: 700984   System ID: 18159


314) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: American House to Open
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-02-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mr. Kirchoff has leased a spacious premises on Beretania St. near post office. Should take care of some visitors.
Krauss Card No.: 700984   System ID: 18158


315) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Eureka Restaurant opens in old Canton Hotel on Hotel St.
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-01-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Samuel Loller, prop.
Krauss Card No.: 700983   System ID: 18157


316) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Volcano House Planned
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1866-01-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Julius C. Richardson plans to build a hotel on the site of the old crater house. Has purchased materials to be landed at Keauhou. During 1865 there were 4oo visitors at the volcano. Plan for 1,000 this year.
Krauss Card No.: 700982   System ID: 18154


317) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Public Meeting Called to provide one
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1865-04-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Notice of meeting set for April 8 at 11 a.m. in the Public Hall to discuss family hotel, suitable locality. Next to notice of new proposed insane asylum.
Krauss Card No.: 700981   System ID: 18153


318) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Public Meeting Called to provide one
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1865-01-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says a public meeting has been called to discuss the need for a first class family hotel in Honolulu, even if it costs $50,000 or $100,000. We need one where gentlemen and ladies, with their families, can go.
Krauss Card No.: 700981   System ID: 18152


319) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: To Let, Canton Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1864-07-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: by W.A. Aldrich.
Krauss Card No.: 700980   System ID: 18151


320) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Samuel Loller advertises International Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1864-04-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Says it's the best and largest hotel in the islands; meals, sleeping rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 700979   System ID: 18150


321) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Horse training exhibition at Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1863-11-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The lovers of fine horses will have an opportunity this evening of seeing how easy it is to tame a horse when one knows how to do it. Prof. Belew will give an exhibition and lecture at the Commercial Hotel doors open at 7????, performance at 8 o'clock.
Krauss Card No.: 700978   System ID: 18149


322) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Excellent description of National House
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1861-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Joseph Booth offers it for sale. Situated on corner of Nuuanu & Hotel Sts., an acre of ground, with a two story stone bldg. 80 ft. long, slate roof, cellar, verandah above and below. Lower story is divided into breakfast, dining and supper rooms, pantries and private apartments. Other bldgs. include large barroom and dancing saloon, 2 billiard saloons 80 ft. long, bowling alley, coffee saloon, private parlor, office, apts. for asst., store room. Furniture includes 4 billiard tables, two elegant chandeliers, 2 sets bar furniture.
There is large bldg. on Nuuanu St. occupied as dry goods store with dwelling house and out bldgs. Barber shop, dwelling house on Hotel St. Also servants' qrts., bath rooms, carriage house, stable, cook house, wood house, wtr. closets. A large brick and stone reservoir, capacity 1,000 barrels water, fire engine attached, hose & pipe. Flag pole 85 ft. high, shade trees, water pipes, choice stock wines and liquor worth $3,000.
Entrances on Hotel and Nuuanu Sts., also on King St. with wide and smooth carriage road through premises
Krauss Card No.: 700977   System ID: 18148


323) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Prices, Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1860-12-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel advertisement for the German Arion[?] Restaurant. Board $4, $5 & $6 per week. Also rooms to rent.
Krauss Card No.: 700976   System ID: 18147


324) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 11 listed in Honolulu -- some are bars
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-11-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Royal Hawaiian, John Maxey.
White Swan Hotel, John Maxey.
Maine Hotel, John Reed, North end King St.
American House, King & Maunakea
Liberty Hall, John Davidson.
Krauss Card No.: 700975   System ID: 18146


325) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Rooms to let
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-02-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: 3 ads for rooms, $1 per week to $20 per month.
Two commodious rooms over Castle & Cooke store.
Rooms to let by house carpenter S. Johnson near Royal Hotel. $1 per week.
At Nuuanu, Chambers, 2 in a suite. $20 per month.
Krauss Card No.: 700974   System ID: 18144


326) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 11 listed in Honolulu -- some are bars
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-02-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: French Hotel (being sold), V. Chancerel, bath houses, suite of chambers, mountain water piped in. Fort, Hotel & Union entrances.
Globe Hotel, L. Franconi, King & Fort. Bar, Restaurant, Table D'Hote, Lodging, 2 billiard tables.
White Horse Hotel, Wm. Pearson, board & lodging, rooms, bar.
National Hotel, Jas. Booth, Nuuanu & Hotel. Bar, bowling alley, billiards.
Bay Horse Hotel, G.W. Houghtailing, Hotel & Bethel, bar, billiard table.
Commercial Hotel. Henry MacFarlane, bar, billiard tables, bowling alley, hot & cold baths.
Krauss Card No.: 700975   System ID: 18145


327) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Advertisers in this issue
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3); 1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Globe Hotel, King & Fort Sts., L. Franconi, bar, restaurant, table d'hote, lodging, 2 billiard tables
Liberty Hall, James Dawson, Maunakea St., wines liquors, cigars, bowling alley
Merchant's Exchange, W.E. Cutrell, billiard saloon, A.J. McDuffee in charge.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel, John Maxey, stock of provisions from London
White Horse Hotel, Wm. Pearson, board and lodging, bar.
National Hotel and Billiard Saloon, Joseph Booth, Nuuanu and Hotel Sts.
Hotel de France, Lahaina, formerly Hawaiian Hotel, Eugene Bal, tables supplied with the best the market affords
Bay Horse Hotel, G.W. Houghtailing, liquors, a billiard table.
Commercial Hotel, Henry Macfarlane, superior wines, spirits, ale, porter, billiard tables, bowling alleys, hot and cold baths, corner Beretania and Nuuanu Sts.
Restaurant Francais, A. Medaille and David Boucher, hotel and restaurant on Nuuanu St. nearly opposite Everett's auction rooms; dinner, breakfast, luncheons, confections, parties supplied.
Sailor's Home, Mr. & Mrs. Thrum.
Krauss Card No.: 700972   System ID: 18142


328) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel Keepers Club; business card
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1857-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Notice to meet daily at usual place.
Krauss Card No.: 700973   System ID: 18143


329) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Victor Chancerel says he's about to leave the country
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-12-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Offers French Hotel for sale. Advertisement says the grounds have trees and flowers, mountain water has been laid on at great expense to several parts of the premises, bath houses convenient, three separate entrances on three different streets.
Krauss Card No.: 700971   System ID: 18141


330) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keepers petitioned to keep circus out
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-11-29 (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: Circus.
Krauss Card No.: 700970   System ID: 18140


331) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keepers deny they sent an anti-circus petition to the legislature as Advertiser reported in its last edition
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-11-22 (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]
Krauss Card No.: 700969   System ID: 18139


332) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keepers complain about illegal beer sellers
Author: JM
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: The Hotel Keepers, per JM answer a letter in the Advertiser from a Beer Seller who defends selling without a license. Hotel Keepers say this is stealing from those who pay dearly for a license to sell liquor.
Krauss Card No.: 700968   System ID: 18105


333) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: In some sort of row over persons selling liquor without a license
Author: Right Any How
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-10-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Letter writer signed Right Any How tells hotel keepers they should keep quiet (about what?) but now that they have commenced war they shall have it. Hotel keepers answer they have decided to put a stop to the robberies of the H.R.S. or of any other persons selling liquor without a license.
Krauss Card No.: 700966   System ID: 18101


334) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keepers requested to attend in the usual place for their daily meeting
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-10-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700967   System ID: 18103


335) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Sailor's Home open for eating, sleeping
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-10-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mr. and Mrs. Thrum have taken management of the place, can accommodate seamen with comfortable board by day or week, private table and sleeping room for officers. Meals at all hours. Soup from 12 to 2 p.m. Mrs. Thrum is still running her private board and refreshment rooms on Bethel St.
Krauss Card No.: 700965   System ID: 18099


336) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ad describes Globe Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-09-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Bar, restaurant, table d'hote, lodging, 2 billiard tables, L. Franconi proprietor, at King and Fort Sts.
Krauss Card No.: 700964   System ID: 18096


337) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Editor Hopkins takes one more swipe at S.N. Castle in the Maxey liquor license dispute
Author: Editor Hopkins
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Says the Privy Council would have been showing special favoritism had they banned hotels on the Bethel Block because it is within the area allowing hotels, etc., etc.
Krauss Card No.: 700963   System ID: 18093


338) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: S.N. Castle writes one more letter
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-30 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Says he does not dispute Maxey's statements, nevertheless, the government did write him his license would not be renewed. Then changed its mind. Let the reader draw his own conclusion.
Krauss Card No.: 700963   System ID: 18094


339) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hopkins says Ii is an innocent dupe
Author: Editor Hopkins
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: It appears that the informant to The Advertiser re action in the Privy Council was John Ii. Hopkins now says Ii is a country boy who doesn't know what is going on, he's blinded by the noble cause of the missionaries. All this re the Maxey liquor license controversy.
Krauss Card No.: 700960   System ID: 18083


340) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Letters from S.N. Castle and John Maxey
Author: S.N. Castle and John Maxey
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Castle claims that the subject of a Sailor's Home came up in Nov. 1854, meetings were held, a society formed, a board elected. A lot was chosen between the waterfront and downtown, owned by the government, which generously donated the lot.
On May 3, 1855 the board was planning the building when they learned that Maxey had purchased the adjoining lot for a hotel (saloon). They were ready to but the lot from him at cost when they received assurance from the government that a liquor license would not be granted in 1856. This was before Maxey began building.
The Privy Council made it official by passing an ordinance. Therefore, Maxey knew he would get no license in the future but built anyway. Now the government has gone back on its word to the great harm of the Sailor's Home Soc.
Maxey writes that he first made an offer for the lot on June 1853 to S. Reynolds, was refused; made another offer in April 1855 and was accepted. On April 23 he checked to make sure the site was within the boundaries of liquor licenses; asked at Interior Dept., Atty. General and the Police. All assured him he was okay. So he paid his money and built before receiving the May 8 communication rejecting his license. Nobody offered to buy.
Krauss Card No.: 700961   System ID: 18088


341) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Maxey liquor license controversy leads to threat of libel suit against H.M. Whitney by R.C. Wyllie
Author: Wyllie & Whitney
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-23 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Polynesian prints an exchange of stiff letters in which Wyllie asks Whitney is responsible for the references to him in the Advertiser, Whitney says he is responsible, Wyllie demands the statements retracted, Whitney vigorously declines. Wyllie then says he will sue through attorney Alexander Campbell.
Krauss Card No.: 700962   System ID: 18091


342) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Globe Hotel re-opens under L. Franconi
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says last Thurs.
Krauss Card No.: 700956   System ID: 18069


343) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Polynesian defends Maxey liquor license
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3-5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A long, rambling article opposes Whitney criticism of the liquor license granted Maxey's Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Bethel St. over opposition of trustees of the Honolulu Sailor's Home and after the Privy Council had apparently decided not to renew the license for 1856.
Hopkins speaks for Lot Kamehameha, says he was not talked into the idea by R.C. Wyllie, that the measure was not passed over objections by noble Hawaiian chiefs and that the vote was unanimous. Also, it is not uncommon for the council to change its mind. Also, the measure was not passed secretly.
Hopkins says the Royal is only 30 feet nearer the Sailor's Home than another hotel and that there are five hotels in easy distance of the home all with entrances by which sailors can enter unobserved more easily than the Royal.
Hopkins also makes the point that it was not all that clear that the council would not issue another license to Maxey since the council asked the trustees of the Sailor's home to send a petition requesting this action. Lot is acting Minister of Interior through all this. Keoni Ana is away.
Krauss Card No.: 700957   System ID: 18073


344) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Justice, a letter writer, supports Maxey license
Author: Justice
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: He explains that Maxey occupied his building as a tavern within the boundaries set by the privy council and that the trustees of the Sailor's Home then took it into their noodles to build adjoining the tavern. Then they wanted Maxey's license revoked to protect their precious sailors. The writer is glad the council has revoked the restriction on Maxey which was illegal in the first place.
Krauss Card No.: 700959   System ID: 18081


345) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Correspondence published re Maxey liquor license
Author: Prince Lot Kamehameha
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-08-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5-6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: On May 8, 1855 Lot Kam for Keoni Ana writes G.M. Robertson, chairman of Sailor's Home Committee, that a resolution passed by the Privy Council in 1853 fixed the boundaries where liquor licenses will be granted. Maxey had been promised a license on the corner of Nuuanu and Merchant before the action taken so his license will be granted on July 1, 1855 but will not be renewed after July 1, 1856. The Sailor's Home trustees are asked to address a petition to the King and Council requesting no licenses be granted for hotels and beer shops on Bethel St.
On the same date a letter was addressed to J. Maxey conveying the same info.


Next letter is dated Aug. 1, 1856 from trustees of Sailor's Home to Prince Lot expressing their disappointment that the Royal Hotel is still selling liquor after the promise on May 8, 1855 that it would stop.
Next, a letter dated Aug. 8, 1856 from Lot Kamehameha to S.N. Castle, chairman of the Sailors Home Committee, explaining that the council changed its mind after being notified that no liquor license would ruin J. Maxey, that other hotels are nearby the closest being on Marine St. and that the Royal has never cited for being disorderly.
Krauss Card No.: 700958   System ID: 44211


346) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: More on the July 4, Victor Chancerel tiff
Author: Common Sense
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Common Sense submits a leter saying it is beyond him why Victor Chancerel felt slighted after professionally providing for a fee the roast meats, salads, boned turkeys, etc., for the American Club's 4th of July shindig. Rather the men who paid him should feel slighted.
Meanwhile, the ladies provided at no charge cakes, creams, custards, jellies, sandwiches, fruit, bouquets of flowers, silver baskets and porcelain tableware. Their husbands and lovers brought the wines and meats on a volunteer basis.
The writer ends, "If you please, do not spoil this plain, unvarnished statement of facts by any of your usual back-handed, deprecatory, editorial remarks."
Krauss Card No.: 700955   System ID: 18067


347) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Victor Chancerel slighted, ladies given credit for collation
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-07-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper letter
Annotation: Last week, editor Hopkins described a 4th of July celebration by the American Club in which he credited the ladies for the fine food. Now comes Fair Play with a letter saying that Honolulu's greatest caterer, Victor Chancerel of the French Hotel, provided the food. Hopkins apologizes for the mistake.
See: Social Event.
Krauss Card No.: 700954   System ID: 18064


348) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Victor Chancerel's Hotel de France named as best decorated for wedding of Kamehameha IV
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-06-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
See: Kamehameha IV
Krauss Card No.: 700953   System ID: 18061


349) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: White Swan Hotel is for lease in July
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-06-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: By E.O. Hall and J.W. Marsh.
Krauss Card No.: 700952   System ID: 18059


350) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House is on corner of Beretania and Garden Street
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-05-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700951   System ID: 18057


351) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Board and lodging advertised at Waimea, Hawaii
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-04-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: From Hawaii comes the word that travelers can reach the volcano from Waimea on horseback, also bullocks available to pack luggage. Premises of Edw. Sparke, formerly owned by Wm. French and known as Ahole House, has accommodations for board and lodging. B. Pitman owned it after French.
Krauss Card No.: 700950   System ID: 18055


352) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 10 Honolulu hotels advertise, 1 in Lahaina
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Royal Hawaiian Hotel, John Maxey
American House, J.A. Budick
White Horse Hotel
National Hotel, Joseph Booth
Hotel de France, Lahaina, Eugene Bal
Maine Hotel, John Reed
Bay Horse Hotel, G.W. Houghtailing
Hotel de France, Victor Chancerel
Globe Hotel (Jones' Hotel)
Commercial Hotel, Henry Macfarlane
Liberty Hall, James Dawson
Krauss Card No.: 700948   System ID: 18052


353) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Globe Hotel sold to Jones & Co., now Jones Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-01-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: L. Franconi and A. Medaille announce they have sold the Globe Hotel to Jones & Co. A.G. Jones & Co. announces the place is now Jones' Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700949   System ID: 18054


354) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: As advertised in Polynesian
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1856-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: White Swan Hotel - Charles Hazel
Royal Hawaiian Hotel - John Maxey
American House - J.A. Burdick; King-Maunakea
White Horse Hotel
Nat'l Hotel & Billiard Saloon - J. Booth, corner Nuuanu St.
Maine Hotel - John Reed, N. end King St.
Bay Horse Hotel - G.W. Houghtailing
Hotel de France - Victor Chancerel
Hotel du Globe - L. Franconi, A. Medaille
Commercial Hotel - Henry Macfarlane
Liberty Hall - James Davision
Krauss Card No.: 700947   System ID: 18049


355) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: High wire act a success
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-12-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: National Circus: The great event of the week at this highly popular place of amusement was Mr. and Madame Austin's benefit on Tuesday night. The house was crowded to suffocation. After the performance within doors, Madame Austin accomplished her great feat of ascending on a tight rope to the lookout on the Commercial Hotel.
The scene was one of great excitement, and the only person who appeared entirely free of all nervousness was the lady herself. The night was fine and the crowd collected to witness the event was immense. You could almost say the whole city was there.
Krauss Card No.: 700946   System ID: 18138


356) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Tight wire act at Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-12-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Tuesday, Madame Austin of the National Circus will ascend on the tight wire from the ground to the top of the lookout of the Commercial Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700945   System ID: 18137


357) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Charles Hazel takes over White Swan Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-12-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: As of Dec. 13
Krauss Card No.: 700944   System ID: 18136


358) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Complaint about horse racing on Nuuanu Road near Commercial Hotel
Author: Nuuanu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-12-08 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: This must be a popular place with the circus in town. Nuuanu writes that the police have been wonderfully diligent about arresting sailors going at a trop near the circus. But not far away mauka there's a race track on Nuuanu Road where Kanakas run horses at a furious pace. Recently one of them rode against a lady walking on the side of the road, threw her down and injured her severely.
Krauss Card No.: 700943   System ID: 18135


359) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: The following hotels are advertised this issue
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-11-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: American House - J.A. Burdick
The White Horse Hotel
National Hotel - J.E. Bjornseon, room & board; J. Booth, bar and billiard saloon
Hotel de France, Lahaina - Eugene Bal
Maine Hotel - John Reed
Bay Horse Hotel - G.W. Houghtailing
Royal Hawaiian Hotel - John Maxey
White Swan Hotel - John Maxey
Hotel de France (French Hotel) - V. Chancerel
Hotel de Globe - L. Franconi, A Medaille
Commercial Hotel - Henry Macfarlane
Liberty Hall - James Dawson
Krauss Card No.: 700942   System ID: 18131


360) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Franconi & Medaille cater opening of James Robinson & Co. Bldg.
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-11-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last Thursday, toasts from an iced, 15-gallon punchbowl from Japan. A storm broke out that morning but the hip-hip-hoorays drowned out the thunder.
Krauss Card No.: 700940   System ID: 18126


361) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel advertises hot & cold baths
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-11-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Whaling fleet is in.
Krauss Card No.: 700941   System ID: 18128


362) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lee & Marshall Circus across the street from Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-10-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Riding lessons given by circus performer, ladies at 11 to 12 a.m., gentlemen at 3 to 4 p.m.
Krauss Card No.: 700936   System ID: 18119


363) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: M. Russel announces Mechanic House, $5 per week board
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-10-27 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel St. next to J. Stewart's store. Boarding house, $5 for 21 meals, $1 for clean linen per week plus lodging. Private rooms with furnished toilet at low rents.
Krauss Card No.: 700939   System ID: 18124


364) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lee & Marshall Circus across the street from Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-10-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John Wyatt, professor of violin, harp, piano, cornet and piston will give music lessons during the stay of Lee & Marshall Circus at his rooms in Commercial Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700936   System ID: 18117


365) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: J.E. Bjornson takes over National Hotel rooms
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-10-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertises renovation of hotel, boarding and lodging by day, week or month.
In an ad below this, J. Booth advertises the best brands of wines and liquors at the National Hotel. He apparently is running the bar.
Krauss Card No.: 700938   System ID: 18122


366) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New Hotel Honolulu (8th)
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-08-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Maine Hotel, John Reed, north end of King St.
Krauss Card No.: 700937   System ID: 18121


367) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New Hotel, Honolulu (6th) & 7th
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: New Bay Horse Hotel, G.W. Houghtailing, prop., opens.
Krauss Card No.: 700930   System ID: 18036


368) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Maine Hotel opened on King St. by John Reed
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Formerly occupied by Thompson & Brown. Boarding by day, week or month, bowling alley attached.
Krauss Card No.: 700935   System ID: 18114


369) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: G.W. Houghtailing advertises Bay Horse hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Best liquors available also a billiard table.
Krauss Card No.: 700934   System ID: 18113


370) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lee & Marshall Circus across the street from Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Will open amphitheater at the corner of Beretania and Nuuanu opposite the Commercial Hotel Sept. 15.
Krauss Card No.: 700936   System ID: 18116


371) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Merchant Exchange Hotel barely escapes fire
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On July 7.
See: Fire.
Krauss Card No.: 700931   System ID: 18107


372) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: First ad for Royal Hawaiian Hotel; John Maxey, proprietor
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: On Nuuanu St.
Krauss Card No.: 700932   System ID: 18108


373) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel advertises concert saloon
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: To feature three concerts per week; Tuesday, Thursday and Sat. This Sat. the celebrated concert pianist Herr Ferdinand Cenky will make his first appearance in addition to the celebrated band of Albers, Hesse, Mueller and Goldman. J. Maxey prop.
See: Music.
Krauss Card No.: 700933   System ID: 18111


374) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New bar room opened Sat. last at French Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Small supper served. Very comfortable room. Proprietor Victor Chancerel.
Krauss Card No.: 700928   System ID: 18028


375) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hawaiian Hotel opens
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says there was eating and drinking until late hour, toasting and dancing. A band of four instruments played, musicians formerly from the Mississippi, making second appearance since coming from San Francisco, greatly in advance of everything besides themselves in Honolulu but one or two didn't show up. Will give a concert at the hotel two or three times a week.
Krauss Card No.: 700929   System ID: 18029


376) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New Hotel, Honolulu (6th) & 7th
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-07-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertisement for the new Royal Hawaiian Hotel. John Maxey, prop. (also of White Swan Hotel) who hired a banjd off the clipper ship King Fisher to entertain his guests.
See: Shipping 1858
Krauss Card No.: 700930   System ID: 18034


377) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: White Swan Hotel, John Maxey proprietor.
Krauss Card No.: 700927   System ID: 18023


378) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel de France, Victor Chancerel, prop.
Krauss Card No.: 700927   System ID: 18024


379) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel Du Globe, L. Franconi & A. Medaille props. King & Fort
Krauss Card No.: 700927   System ID: 18025


380) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 ([column information unclear]) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hebrt Macfarlane, prop. Beretania & Nuuanu.
Krauss Card No.: 700927   System ID: 18026


381) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in Honolulu
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-06-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Liberty Hall. James Dawson, prop.
Krauss Card No.: 700927   System ID: 18027


382) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Wailua Falls Estate on Kauai now open
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mansion now ready to accommodate 8 to 10 boarders.
Krauss Card No.: 700925   System ID: 18021


383) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 1st Hotel on Kauai?
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Advertisement headed Wailua Falls, Kauai - telling prospective customers that Duncan McBride is now ready to accommodate 8 to 10 boarders at his mansion on the Wailua Falls Estate. Subsequent issues carry the same ad.
Krauss Card No.: 700926   System ID: 18022


384) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keepers organize to fight illegal liquor sales
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Public Notice of meeting of new Licensed Hotel Keepers Mutual Protection Society. Purpose is to fight illegal sale of liquor, establish uniform charges for liquor, to stop wholesale dealers from selling by the bottle, to punish boarding houses for evading the law.
H. Macfarlane, president; John Maxey, secretary. President Wm. Wond, G.W. Houghtailing. Wm. E. Cutrell & Peterson, Joseph Booth, Lewis Francone & A. Medaile, V. Chancerel, J.D. Robinson & Matthews, James Dawson, O.H. Harris, John Bartlett, Wm. Pearson and George Friel.
Krauss Card No.: 700923   System ID: 18019


385) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: John Maxey of White Swan incurs wrath of Sailor's Home
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A committee of the Sailor's Home Society complained to the Privy Council about a liquor license granted to John Maxey of the White Swan Hotel at Nuuanu and Merchant, in the Bethel Block, because it is near the soon-to-be-built Sailor's Home. Privy Council said the license was issued before the complaint was made, but it will not be reissued after July 1, 1856, nor will any liquor license be granted on the Bethel Block after that date.
The committee consisted of G.P. Judd, J.T. Waterhouse, G.M. Robertson, John Ii.
Krauss Card No.: 700924   System ID: 18020


386) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel de France - French Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Entrances Fort, Hotel & Union Sts. Sleeping rooms, bar.
Krauss Card No.: 700921   System ID: 18017


387) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel de Globe - Restaurant Francais; L. Franconi, A. Medaille, props.; bus. card
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1855-05-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: King & Fort Sts. double entrance. Spacious garden, billiards, terrace, private rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 700922   System ID: 18018


388) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: L. Sigalas withdrawing from National Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1854-01-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Leaves R.E. Wakeman in charge. J. Booth wants to lease the saloon attached to the hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700920   System ID: 18016


389) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Listed in business cards, six hotels
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1854-01-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: National Hotel - Louis Sigalas
Hotel de France - Victor Chancerel
Hotel de Globe - L. Franconi & A. Medaille
Commercial Hotel - H. Macfarlane
Canton Hotel - John Bartlett & Co.
Liberty Hall - James Dawson.
Krauss Card No.: 700919   System ID: 18015


390) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel scene of anniversary dinner
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-11-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Described as a gala affair, 1st Hawaiian Guard 1st anniversary dinner with governor of Oahu and naval officers of American and French ships invited, Wednesday evening.
Krauss Card No.: 700918   System ID: 18014


391) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel for lease or rent in Hilo
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-10-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Punihoa on the beach at Hilo; hotel with bowling alley and cook house, apply to Aiko in Hilo and Ashing in Honolulu.
Krauss Card No.: 700917   System ID: 18013


392) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: National Hotel now under Louis Sigalas and R.R. Wakeman.
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-10-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: They are partners for the purpose of carrying on the hotel and victualling business at the National Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700916   System ID: 18012


393) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Exchange Hotel for rent, billiards upstairs
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-03-12 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Joseph Booth announces that he has converted the second floor of the Exchange Hotel into a billiard room, first floor ideal for a restaurant. Terms liberal.
Krauss Card No.: 700915   System ID: 18011


394) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Advertised as of date below
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1853-01-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (5) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel de Globe, L. Franconi & A. Medaille; Commercial Hotel, Henry Macfarlane; Hotel de France, Victor Chancerel, Canton Hotel, John Bartlet & Co.; Liberty Hall, James Dawson.
Krauss Card No.: 700914   System ID: 18010


395) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel owner complains of pigs in lobby
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-12-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Victor Chancerel, proprietor of the French Hotel, complains that pigs keep wandering into his establishment, he has captured six within the last 15 days, gives them to the constables but is never reimbursed. Next time he'll auction the pig off, he says. The editor answers that he doesn't know what more he can do about pigs.
Krauss Card No.: 700913   System ID: 18009


396) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: First mate Elsworth A. Luce apologizes
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-12-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: to Victor Chancerel of the French Hotel for damage to the hotel and remarks about the owner. Luce is first mate of the Orozimbo
Krauss Card No.: 700912   System ID: 18008


397) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Sailors raid hotels for booze after riot
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (1-2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Wednesday a sailor was found dead in the Fort, apparently beaten to death by a guard. This resulted in a riot, after which on Wednesday night sailors forced several hotel keepers to open up and give them free liquor.
Krauss Card No.: 700911   System ID: 18007


398) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Merchant's Exchange for lease
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-07-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: by Joseph Booth at the National. The hotel has 13 furnished rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 700910   System ID: 18006


399) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Seven hotels advertised
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-06-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel du Globe, Commercial Hotel, Hotel de France, Canton Hotel, Maine Hotel, Liberty Hall, Merchant's Exchange Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700909   System ID: 18005


400) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A. Dronsart ad pau; for Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-04-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotel is still for sale.
Krauss Card No.: 700908   System ID: 18004


401) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: A. Dronsart re-opens Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-03-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: for boarding and lodging on Mon. Mar. 22. Breakfast from 8-10 a.m. Dinner 2-4 p.m. Tea 6-8 p.m.
Krauss Card No.: 700907   System ID: 18003


402) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Shakespeare House to be Globe Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-03-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Being moved to Fort & King Sts. Owned by J.S. Townsend. Managed by L. Franconi and Medaille (former partner of Victor Chancerel).
Krauss Card No.: 700906   System ID: 18002


403) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: $7 per week board and room, going rate
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: at a waterfront boarding house run by J. McCormack, board and room at the green cottage opposite Shakespeare House on King St.
Krauss Card No.: 700905   System ID: 18001


404) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 5 hotels advertised as 1852 begins
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1852-01-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Commerical Hotel, Henry Macfarlane
Hotel de France, Victor Chancerel
Canton Hotel, John Bartlett & Co.
Maine Hotel, Brown & Frield
Liberty Hall, James Dawson (is this really a saloon?)
Krauss Card No.: 700904   System ID: 18000


405) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hollister, J.M.- H.B. Gleason partnership pau
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hollister is carrying on at the Merchant's Exchange.
Krauss Card No.: 700903   System ID: 17999


406) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hoeld de France open again
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-11-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Victor Chancerel say breakfast is at 8 a.m., dinner at 2 p.m. Supper at 6 p.m. Another table will serve 2 meals a day; breakfast at 9 a.m. & dinner at 4 p.m.
Krauss Card No.: 700902   System ID: 17998


407) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 3 change hands
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-10-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Partnership at French Hotel between Victor Chancerel & Medaile is pau. Medaile is out.
National Hotel is now Merchant's Exchange, leased from J. Booth, by Hollister & Gleason.
Main Hotel on King St. now in charge of Charles Edwards & Co.
(These moves may be partly the result of an ongoing economic depression.)
Krauss Card No.: 700901   System ID: 17997


408) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel burns
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-08-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The report says the fire engine pump had no water. A crew from the HMS Swift used their pump to supply water but were given too much to drink by bystanders, and got drunk. W. Cornwallis Aldham, Capt. of the Swift, suggests safety measures such as fire buckets. R.C. Wyllie agrees.
Krauss Card No.: 700900   System ID: 17996


409) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mechanics Boarding House opens
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-06-07 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On Nuuanu by Wm. Humphreys.
Krauss Card No.: 700899   System ID: 17995


410) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 14 room house for sale as a hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-05-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Has outdoor bath and cook houses, well, cellar 36x28 feet. On Beretania St.
Krauss Card No.: 700898   System ID: 17994


411) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Description of Macfarlane's Commercial Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1851-04-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: It is up for sale. Since April 12. Described as "the most respectable and best frequented house in the city." On Nuuanu Road with a bird's eye view of the city, the valley. The whole building is fenced, two billiard tables, 4 bowling alleys, airy bedrooms. A large, dry cellar, commodious cook house.
Krauss Card No.: 700897   System ID: 17993


412) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Tourism boom spawns more hotels
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-11-16 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Now 5 hotels advertising in Honolulu.
The Commercial Hotel. Henry Macfarlane reopened boarding establishment on Sept. 9. Has ice machine for cool drinks. Prices listed for drinks.
Hotel de France - Victor Chancerel & Medaille. Good sleeping rooms, meals.
Canton Hotel, John Bartlett & Co. Billiard room & bowling alley.
Maine Hotel - Brown & Friel.
Liberty Hall - James Dawson.
Krauss Card No.: 700896   System ID: 17992


413) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 5 hotels now advertising
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-11-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Commercial Hotel, Henry Macfarlane.
Hotel de France, Victor Chancerel & Medaille.
Canton Hotel, John Bartlett & Co.
Maine Hotel, Brown & Friel.
Liberty Hall, James Dawson.
Krauss Card No.: 700895   System ID: 17991


414) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Sabbath law prohibits drinking, play
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Special notice by Marshal W.C. Parke reminds hotel & inn keepers that they may serve only travelers on Sunday. Any local found drinking, eating, playing cards will cost the innkeeper $10 fine per customer.
Krauss Card No.: 700894   System ID: 17990


415) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Owner into many businesses
Author: Henry Macfarlane
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-09-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: H. Macfarlane of the Commercial Hotel advertises prices per bottle for champagne, port, sherry, meriera [sic], hock, etc. Hot bath, $1, cold and shower baths, 50????.
Macfarlane also advertises Maui potatoes, supplies to captains of vessels, and horses taken to grass at $1 per month.
Krauss Card No.: 700892   System ID: 17988


416) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Chancerel & Medaille form partnership
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-09-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: In Hotel de France.
Krauss Card No.: 700891   System ID: 17987


417) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: James Dawson open Liberty Hall
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-09-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Bar, wines, liquors & cigars. As of Sept. 7.
Krauss Card No.: 700893   System ID: 17989


418) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Commercial Hotel re-opens Mon. Sept. 9
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Henry Macfarlane advertises a new patent ice machine to keep drinks deliciously cool. First in Honolulu?
Krauss Card No.: 700890   System ID: 17986


419) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton Hotel gets new management
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-07-20 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: John Bartlett & Co. new owners.
Krauss Card No.: 700889   System ID: 17985


420) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Leonard Mitchell takes over Canton Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-07-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Billiard table, bowling alleys, bar, two separate tables for mechanics, guests and boarders (separate from the bar?), rooms.
Krauss Card No.: 700888   System ID: 17984


421) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton, Hotel de France, Maine
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1850-01-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (3); 3 (6) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Canton Hotel was taken over July 28 by Samuel Thompson. Takes boarders. Has billiard table & attached bowling alley for exercise.
Hotel de France taken over Aug. 4 by Victor Chancerel. Meals, sleeping rooms.
Louis Gravier estate in probate.
Maine Hotel, advertisement dated Aug. 4. Brown & Friel in charge. Bar. Two bowling alleys connected.
Krauss Card No.: 700887   System ID: 17983


422) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Macfarlane reopens Commercial Hotel dining room
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700882   System ID: 17977


423) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Macfarlane reopens Commercial Hotel Dining Rm.
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-09-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Is now prepared to receive boarders as of Sept. 22.
Krauss Card No.: 700886   System ID: 17982


424) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton Hotel taken over by Sml. Thompson
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-07-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Has been recently rebuilt. Rooms for lodgers. Bar, billiard table, bowling alleys.
Krauss Card No.: 700885   System ID: 17981


425) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel invaded by sailors
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-07-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Last Sat. between 11 and 12 p.m. a party of English sailors from the Amphitrite invaded the French Hotel, wakened the innkeeper, forced him to open the bar and then wrecked the place. Story says the same thing happened in the same house and other places, the damage being done by men of the U.S.S. Ohio.
See also: Foreign affairs for Sept.
Krauss Card No.: 700884   System ID: 17980


426) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses ending in April
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-03-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (30 (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: H. Macfarlane, hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700883   System ID: 17979


427) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses Ending in March
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1849-03-03 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: John J. Halstead - hotel & billiard table. Also bowling alley.
Krauss Card No.: 700883   System ID: 17978


428) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Henry Macfarlane leaves for Gold Rush
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1848-12-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700882   System ID: 17976


429) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: New hotel opened by Le Guevela and Psalmon
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1848-08-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: On former premises of Dr. R.H. Wood, sleeping rooms attached, billiard room with two tables.
Krauss Card No.: 700881   System ID: 17975


430) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ad for Maine Hotel
Newspaper: Newspaper title was not transcribed correctly, send e-mail to hawnpac@hawaii.edu requesting card check.
Date: 1848-07-08
Page (Column): 3 (4)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: By Samuel Thompson, billiard table & bowling alleys, 2 story bldg on Broadway.
Krauss Card No.: 700880   System ID: 17974


431) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel closes
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1848-06-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Notice of auction of French Hotel; furniture, glassware, cooking utensils, liquors.
See: LeGuevel
Krauss Card No.: 700879   System ID: 17973


432) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Interior Minister lists them
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1848-05-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Are 6 hotels licensed in Honolulu.
Krauss Card No.: 700878   System ID: 17972


433) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House partnership dissolved
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1847-11-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Henry Macfarlane & J.O. Carter to dissolve partnership in Mansion House. Didn't happen for about a month.
Krauss Card No.: 700877   System ID: 17971


434) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 7 take out licenses to sell liquor
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1847-07-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: by the bottle. James F. Lewis, John Clapp, H. Macfarlane, I. Montgomery, R.W. Holt, J.O. Carter, P. Le Gueval.
Krauss Card No.: 700876   System ID: 17970


435) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Listed in Honolulu, rates
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1847-01-09 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Mansion House, Carter & Macfarlane
Canton Hotel, Hungwa
Hotel d'Universe, Pierre Le Gueval
Commercial Hotel, H. Macfarlane
Price of board, $4-$7 per week.
Rooms not attached to hotels $4 to $12 per month.
Houses rent from $300 to $1,000 per annum.
Krauss Card No.: 700875   System ID: 17969


436) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel keeper fined $500
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-12-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: For selling liquor to a native chief. Hotel keeper was Peter Le Gueval of the French Hotel. The chief wasn't named.
Krauss Card No.: 700874   System ID: 17968


437) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: 4 hotel licenses granted in 1846
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-10-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700873   System ID: 17967


438) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel under new management
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-08-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Taken over by Peter Le Gueval.
Krauss Card No.: 700872   System ID: 17966


439) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses as of July 1 issued to:
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-07-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: H. McFarlane Hungwa
J.O. Carter Pierre Le Guevel
See: Billiard Tables & Bowling
Krauss Card No.: 700871   System ID: 17965


440) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Ship Capt. takes private home
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-06-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The U.S. Frigate Congress arrived June 9. Item says the Commodore, Stockton, has taken the residence of H. Grimes while ashore.
Krauss Card No.: 700869   System ID: 17963


441) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Patrons at Mansion House in May
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-06-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: May 9 - Capt. Brown, ship Peruvian
14 - " Hussey " J.E. Donnell, Capt. Thompson & John Moran, passengers per ship Mariposa.
27 - Capt. Wieting, master, Mr. Traut, supercargo brig Orion.
Krauss Card No.: 700868   System ID: 17962


442) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House guests in April, all captains of vessels
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-05-02 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: May 10. H.C. Luce, ship Herald; Matt. H.B. Co's bark Vancouver.
11. H. Eldridge, ship Laurens
13. Loper, ship Colordia; H.S. Howland, ship Marcia.
16. Jeffrey, ship Brookline; A.C. Heath, ship Hope; Simons, Magnolia; McKnight, Hudson Bay Co's. ship Admiral Moorsom.
17. H. Simmons, bark Winslow
18. Chapell, Black Warrior; S. Tabor, Copia; Lindsey, Clementine
21. Taylor, ship Peruvian
23. Lox, ship Pembroke
28. Mitchell, ship Farue; Oat, ship Neptune; H.F. Eateam, ship American
29. Norton, ship Mary [?]; W. Montgomery, ship Romulus; Maughn, bark Indian
Krauss Card No.: 700867   System ID: 17961


443) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel ad stops
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: [no annotation]
Krauss Card No.: 700866   System ID: 17960


444) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: H. McFarlane Commercial Hotel
J.O. Carter Mansion House
Jacob Stupplebeen Union Hotel
See also: Merchants, Retail liquor licenses.
Krauss Card No.: 700864   System ID: 17958


445) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Union Hotel Selling out?
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: To satisfy a judgment against Jacob Stupplebeen and Robert Boyd, high sheriff H. Sea will conduct an auction at Union Hotel May 20. Equipment for sale includes billiard table, boiler, 8 paintings, 6 lamps, 19 chairs, counter, silverware, stocks of wine, brandy.
Does Boyd run hotel, Stupplebeen the bar?
Krauss Card No.: 700865   System ID: 17959


446) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses issued
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-11 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Ahing & Ahlan
Vincent Boyer
James Robinson & Co.
Lois Gravier
Krauss Card No.: 700863   System ID: 17957


447) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Regulations for licensing
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-04-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Hotel is term given for a house of entertainment for better class of society. License fee #40. Band.
Inn or victualling house is to entertain common sailors. License fee is $35. Band.
Hotels will publish guest lists in the newspaper at expense of the hotel.
See: Saloons, liquor stores
Krauss Card No.: 700862   System ID: 17956


448) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel for sale, description of
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-03-28 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Mary Ann Whittaker advertises Royal Hotel for sale, lease good for 5 years (on buildings?).
Six dwelling houses, 1 large cook house, 1 bowling alley, 1 billiard table, complete furniture, a lot of wine & spirits.
Krauss Card No.: 700861   System ID: 17955


449) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Pali Hotel advertises
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-03-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad for the Pali Hotel, Nuuanu Valley for strangers visiting the Pali. Excellent accommodations and a good table.
Kept by Thomas C. Little.
Krauss Card No.: 700860   System ID: 17954


450) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Front page advettisers
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-02-21 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hotels with ads in the Polynesian this date are:
Canton Hotel, kept by Hungwa
Royal Hotel by Mrs. Mary Ann Whittaker
Union Hotel by Marshall & Co.
Krauss Card No.: 700858   System ID: 17952


451) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Commercial Hotel in new building
Author: Editor Jarves
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-02-14 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Item says H. MacFarlane's new establishment is delightfully situated, central to business, rooms neat and new. Jarves laments the bar. Says it is not necessary. Also says MacFarlane is an experienced host.
Krauss Card No.: 700859   System ID: 17953


452) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Merchants meet at Mansion House
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-01-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)5 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: During the week, the Helvetia burned in the harbor. Friends of Capt. Porter met Thursday evening at Mansion House and subscribed $600. Present were Wm. Paty, Stephen Reynolds, H. Grimes and F.W. Thompson.
Krauss Card No.: 700857   System ID: 17951


453) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Kept by Hungwa
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-01-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: An ad says the Canton Hotel was formerly the Warren Hotel and is kept by Hungwa. But on Jan. 10 a hotel license was listed for the Canton Hotel under Ahsing & Ahlan.
Krauss Card No.: 700855   System ID: 17949


454) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton brings $4,020
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-01-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Notice of auction sale on Jan. 15 says the Canton Hotel sold for $4,020 cash. W. Paty auctioneer.
Krauss Card No.: 700856   System ID: 17950


455) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel licenses 1st quarter
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Joseph O. Carter, Mansion House
Ahsing & Ahlan, Canton Hotel
James Robinson & Co., Shipyard Hotel
Vincent Boyer, Hotel de France
Robert Boyd, Union Hotel
H. McFarlane, Commercial Hotel
Mrs. Whitaker, Royal Hotel
Louis Gravier, Polynesian Hotel
Samuel Norris, Eagle Hotel
Wm. Byrne, L'Ambuscade
Krauss Card No.: 700854   System ID: 17948


456) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Commercial Hotel opens
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-11-29 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad announces opening by Henry McFarlane of the Commercial Hotel in a house standing "in a direct line from the wharf at the corner of the road leading to Nuuanu Valley." Ad says McFarlane has been engaged in a similar occupation for several years. The house will contain besides dining and sitting rooms, several airy and commodious sleeping apartments.
Krauss Card No.: 700852   System ID: 17946


457) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: On the increase
Author: Editor Jarves
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-11-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Jarves says hotels are on the increase to serve a growing population in Honolulu of gentlemen drinkers who do not frequent saloons. "This increase is for the accommodation of foreigners." There are "several more" hotels than in 1843
Krauss Card No.: 700851   System ID: 17945


458) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: On the increase
Author: Editor Jarves
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-11-22 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper editorial
Annotation: Editor Jarves says the number of foreigners are increasing in Honolulu so the number of hotels and the bars they contain for drinkers are also increased. He was responding to criticism by Friend editor Damon about the increase in the number of liquor licenses.
Krauss Card No.: 700853   System ID: 17947


459) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton Hotel fined
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-11-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Hungwa & Co. fined $50 for selling spirits by the glass contrary to license. Robert Boyd, inspector of public houses, brought complaint. Oct 24.

James Wallace, American citizen, fined $6 for disorderly conduct at Canton Hotel. Oct .21.
Krauss Card No.: 700850   System ID: 17944


460) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel, 1st ad
Author: Mary Ann Whittaker
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Royal Hotel by Mrs. Mary Ann Whittaker.
Honolulu, Oahu, H.I.
Good accomodations for Masters and Officer of Vessels.
Krauss Card No.: 700847   System ID: 17941


461) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Disorderly conduce in China Hotel ends in cour
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Court docket for Oct. 14 shows Ahsing, keeper of China Hotel vs. Aaran Freeman, U.S. citizen, disorderly conduct in the complainant's house.
Krauss Card No.: 700848   System ID: 17942


462) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Royal Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-10-25 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)1 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: New ads for Royal Hotel. Mrs. Mary Ann Whittaker, mgr.
W.H. Stidolph, solicitor and general agent.
For masters and officer of vessels.
Krauss Card No.: 700849   System ID: 17943


463) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses granted 4th qtr.
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-10-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Licenses for Hotels went to:
Ahsing & Ahlan "Canton Hotel"
Mrs. Whittaker "Royal Hotel"
Carter & Thompson "Mansion House"
J. Robinson & Co. "Shipyard Hotel"
Vincent Boyer "Hotel de France"
J.B. Marpillero "Union Hotel"
Louis Gravier "L'Ambuscade"
Krauss Card No.: 700846   System ID: 17939


464) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Boarding houses in ----
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Licenses for qtr. ending Oct. 1 shaw [?] = Bding Houses:
Samuel Norris, Rogers & Grant, Moody French, J.B. Marpillero, Kaniku, Kalehuna (Pearl River).
Krauss Card No.: 700844   System ID: 17933


465) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotels in 1845
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-07-05 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Licenses for qtr ending Oct. 1 shaw. Hotels:
James Robinson & Co. (Shipyard Hotel), Carter & Thompson (Mansion House), Ahsing & Ahlan (Canton Hotel), Louis Gravier (L'Ambuscade), Vincent Boyer (Hotel de France)>
Krauss Card No.: 700845   System ID: 17936


466) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Rules for serving liquor
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-05-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The public houses (saloons) are licensed to sell ardent spirits by the glass only and to customers who consume it on the premises. The hotels are only allowed to sell it by the bottle, under certain restrictions.
Krauss Card No.: 700843   System ID: 17931


467) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Lahaina, Universal Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: First ad for Universal Hotel or L'Hotel de l'Univers opened Jan. 27 for captains and officers of ships arriving. Pierre Le Guevel.
Krauss Card No.: 700841   System ID: 17927


468) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Temperance House
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1&3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad for new Temperance House Hotel, opened Feb. 8. Run by Rogers & Co. Pies, cakes and confectionery always on hand.
Krauss Card No.: 700842   System ID: 17929


469) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Temperance House
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-02-15 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: News item says the cookery is excellent and charges moderate.
Krauss Card No.: 700842   System ID: 17930


470) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: James Robinson & Co. takes out license for Shipyard Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-01-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Not the first such license.
See: Robinson, James & Co.
Krauss Card No.: 700840   System ID: 17925


471) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House, New Year's lunch
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1845-01-04 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Item says the Mansion House provided lunch (open house) on New Years day. Well attended by their numerous friends.
Krauss Card No.: 700839   System ID: 17923


472) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Meals no longer served outside
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-10-26 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: J.O. Carter and F.W. Thompson, proprietors of the Mansion House, announce they will no longer serve meals off the premises.
Krauss Card No.: 700838   System ID: 17921


473) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Holds raffle
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-10-19 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: Vincent Boyer & Co., French Hotel, announce a raffle Sat. Oct. 26, 6 p.m. at the French Hotel for a very good French organ. 50 tickets at $2 each.
Krauss Card No.: 700837   System ID: 17920


474) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: French Hotel
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-08-31 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A story about a party for the king states that food was catered by the French Hotel.
Krauss Card No.: 700836   System ID: 17919


475) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Canton Hotel
Author: Hungwa
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-08-24 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Hungwa advertises that he has taken over the Warren Hotel, now calls it Canton Hotel. Billiard Room and Bowling Alleys attached to premises. Chinese cooks and waiters. Meals may be sent to rooms or picnic parties provided for. Bread and pastry made at the establishment.
Krauss Card No.: 700835   System ID: 17918


476) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House caters royal banquet
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-08-10 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: F.W. Thompson, proprietor of the Mansion House Hotel, caters a royal banquet during the grand Temperance Festival.
Krauss Card No.: 700834   System ID: 17917


477) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Hotel at Volcano
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-07-13 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: An enterprising Hawaiian has erected a comfortable thatched house on the brink of Kilauea crater. He also provides food which adds to the comfort and convenience of travellers.
Krauss Card No.: 700833   System ID: 17916


478) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Licenses issued
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-07-06 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (3) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: Ahung V. Boyer
L. Gravier James Robinson & Co.
Carter & Thompson
Krauss Card No.: 700832   System ID: 17915


479) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Mansion House has new billiard table
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-05-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)3 (1) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: The Mansion House, F.W. Thompson, has a fine new billiard table built by Wood, Roberts & Parke.
Krauss Card No.: 700831   System ID: 17913


480) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: [no title]
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1844-05-18 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)4 (4) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Ad lists J.O. Carter and F.W. Thompson as proprietors of the Mansion House.
Krauss Card No.: 700831   System ID: 17914


481) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Early mention
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1840-10-17 (click here to see all pages from this date)
Page (Column)2 (2) (click here to see article)
Article Type: newspaper article
Annotation: A story describing buildings in Honolulu lists hotels, doesn't say how many.
Krauss Card No.: 700830   System ID: 17912


482) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: See also: Rooms, Boarding House
Author: Krauss
Newspaper: 0
Date: 0000-00-00
Page (Column)
Article Type: indexing note
Annotation:
Krauss Card No.: 700829   System ID: 17911


483) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: San Souci advertises as seaside resort
Newspaper: Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Date: 1896-10-01   (Date transcribed from Krauss card may be incorrect. Day of Month not given on Krauss Index card)
Page (Column): 1 (2)
Article Type: newspaper advertisement
Annotation: Only four miles from the city, within easy reach of the tram cars which run every 20 minutes or oftener. Detached cottages or rooms on easy terms. Bathing facilities.
Krauss Card No.: 701131   System ID: 18357


484) Krauss Heading: Hotels
Title: Merchants licensed as of July 1
Newspaper: Polynesian (click here to see information about this newspaper)
Date1846-07-01 (click here to see all pages from this date)   (Date transcribed from Krauss card may be incorrect. Newspaper Month and Day of Month not listed on Krauss card.)
Page (Column): [no page or column information on Krauss index card]
Article Type: newspaper legal notice
Annotation: By the bottle (Hotels):
H. McFarlane Hungwa
J.O. Carter Robert Lawrence
Pierre Guevel
By the glass (Saloons):
S. Thompson John Macduff
Joseph Booth Antonio Manuel
Ahsing H. Zupplien
R. Boyd
See: Billiard Tables & Bowling Alleys
Krauss Card No.: 700870   System ID: 17964