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HAW All POPULATION
Comparative Table of Nationality of Population of Hawaiian Islands at
I'art Hawallans 1,487
JUwallan-born foreigners .... 849
Portuguese . ..,....'. 393
0(her foreigners 3C4
various census periods since 1872.
Comparative TabU of Population, Hawaiian Islands
Census Periods 1853-1900.
Islands 1853 1860 1866 1872 1878 1884 1890
Hawaii 24,450 21,481 19,808 16,001 17,034 24,991 26,754
Maui 17,574 16,400 14.036 12,334 12,109 15,970 17,357
Onhu 19,126 21,275 19,799 20,671 20,236 28,068 31,194
Kauai 6,991 6,487 6,299. 4,961 5,634 8,935 11,643
Molokat .... 3,607 2,864 2,299 2,349 2,681 2,652
I.anal GOO 646 394 348 214 2,614 174
Kllhail 790 647 325 283 177 216
Total 66,897 57,983 80,578 89,900 109,020 154,001
Population of Honolulu at various census periods.
1884 20,487 1896 .. 29.926
1890 22,907 1900 39,300
' Native Born Population of Hawaii, 1900.
i The total native born Population of Hawaii Is 63,221, whtchls made up
Caucasians . ..
Portuguese . ..
South Sea Islanders
Total 73,138 69,800 62,959 56,897 57,985 80.578 89,990 109,020 154,001
All For'g'rs.. 2,119 2,716 4,194 5.366 10,477 36,346 49,368 C 9,510 116,366
Hawallans ..71,019 67,084 58,765 51,531 47,508 44,232 40,622 39,504 37,635
Estimated Japanese Population of Hawaii, 1900, as given In Thrum's
Total number at census of 1900, Japan born 50,234
Totul number at census of 1900, Hawnllan born .... 3.865
Excess of arrivals over departures to July 1, 1905 3,805
Arrivals of Japanese for fiscal year to July 1, 1906 9,890
Less departures of Japanese tor flBcal year to July 1, 1906, estimated 12,000
Estimated. Japaneso Population, July 1, 1906 62,870
Estimated Japanese Population, June 30, 1907.
Estimated July 1, 1906, as per last Annual i...,..'. 62,870
Excess of arrivals over departures tojuno 30, 19Q7 .'..' .. 11,720
Important among tlio thing which
Uncle Sam litis dono for Hawaii slnco
annexation is tho work of fortlllcatlon
of the Island ports. Coordinate with
laigo amount of blmllnr v. uric which
has been done on the Pacific (tea
board In the last few J cars, is the
cxtenslvo proWslon which has bioii
mado for Insular protection ns well.
Largo sums, amounting fclnco 1904,
when tho'flrct appropriation bill af
fecting Hawaii fortifications was pass
ed, to something fliort of $2,000,000,
have at various times been appro
priated, the largest lump sum heins
given by the present Congiess. this
year, and amounting to about tlirec
fourths of a million.
All this Is strictly ontsldo the ap
propriations for harbor Improvements,
lighthouses, and other work which
falls under the gencirtl supervision
of tho United Statcn Aimy or Navy
Beginning with tho tlmo of tho first
appropriation, which was for $200,000,
made In April, 1904, tho work of forti
fication has boen actively piogrcsslng
In tho Islands. And yet, sonio of the
most important of the work under
contemplation Is Just now being done,
under tho very capablo supcnlslou of
Captain Otwcll, tho United States
engineer, who is also handling har
bor, light-house, and other largo Im
When nil tho work, homo of which
In In Itn Infancy, is complete, Hono
lulu will hao an exceptionally well
fortified and protected harbor. $350,
000 has been appropriated, altogether,
for sites, and largo sums for build
lug, light plants, and accessories.
On Juno 25, 1906, tho second ap
propriation was pasHcd. It was for
roast fortifications, in tho Territory
of Hawaii, and amounted to J2G0',00O.
This was followed on March 2nd of
last year, by an nppropiiatlon of
$200,000 for sites. This year. $400,000
was impropriated for Hawaiian bat
teries, $20,000 for light plants (elec
tric), in connection with thu fortifica
tions. 847.500 for searchlights, and
i $129,000 for mining casements, cable
galleries, torpedo ttorchousos, cable
tanks, and other lRuded structures.
Tho last Item Is to be expended by
the engineers at their own disci ctlon.
Tho swale back of Diamond Head,
! overlooking tho channel toward Koko
Head on onu hnnd and the stretch of
water toward Harbor's Point on tho
other, Is tho slto of n largo battery,
which In just being installed. Us
guns will be able to toss projectiles
io almost any point oft thu south
const of tho Island. Tho location Is
, magnificent, fioni a strategic point
, of Wow, and n largo amount of work
Is being done thcie. (Inn carriages
hnvo been Installed, and thu big gmui
' nro on t lid ground, llowltzeis, weigh
ing 16 tons each, weru shipped down
to this port from San Francltco, and
hauled to tho slto by locat contractors,
who used a stcanl roller ns tho means
of tnnsportntlon. They v.cro tho
largest guns which hao been handled
hero; n dozen of them altogether, and
their handling and plnclug attracted
n great deal of public Intel est. Thu
last lot nnlved on tho Hllonlau by
her last trip, and tiro not yet In placu.
Thu first halt of tho consignment has
Thso matters can be known only
by public observation, and contem
plated works of fortification nro thoio
fore not officially verifiable. Still. It
in gunurally understood that boon A
number of guns are to bo lnstullcd
on tho Kwa sldo of tho harbor, which
will furnish an additional protection,
and cover parts of thu channel v which
nro hot so covered by tho guns of
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