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Kamehameha III, now supportive of established laws, organizes the first police force; other sources place the date at 1840.


Ka Lama Hawai`i (The Hawaiian Luminary) is the first newspaper printed in Hawai`i and the first printed west of the Rockies. The four-page weekly is illustrated with woodcuts and includes lists of ship arrivals at Lahaina.

$575,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai`i during 1834-1835.

Kumu Hawai`i newspaper starts publication in Honolulu.

Kekumu Hawaiian language newspaper begins printing in Honolulu.


David Douglas, Scottish botanist for whom the Douglas fir is named, dies on the island of Hawai`i after having fallen in a trap for wild cattle.

Ke Anahonua - one of the best known publications of the Lahainaluna Press - includes sections on geometry, trigonometry, the measuring of heights and lengths, land surveying, navigation and tables of latitude and longitude.

Earliest Hawaiian Almanac published at the Mission Press.

First production of the Oahu Amateur Theatre, "Honolulu's First Community Theatre," given at the Royal Palace by some young Americans.


First colony established in South Australia.


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