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Government aid to private schools ceases.

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Council of State votes a full pardon to Lili'uokalani.

Population before annexation estimated at 109,020: Hawaiians and part-Hawaiians, 39,504; born in Hawai'i of non-Hawaiian ancestors, 12,844; foreign-born, 56,672.

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First Koreans to establish a residence in the Islands are two ginseng merchants.

One hundred sixty-three Chinese-owned stores operate in Honolulu, 72 of them in Chinatown.

The Islands produce 443,569,282 pounds of sugar at a value of $14,932,172; 15,885 gallons of molasses produced is valued at $1,209.

$7,165,000 worth of imports arrives in Hawai'i; exports total $15,515,000.

Honolulu Normal and Training School established to educate skilled teachers.

Schools in Hawai'i total 187 and educate 12,616 students.

Dr. Lauschner, acting surgeon of the SS Australia, gives the Islands' first demonstration of the X-ray.

Ford's first automobile built.

First "modern" Olympics held in Athens.

Plessy v. Ferguson establishes policy of "separate but equal" facilities for races.

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