Honoruru Shinbun

Honoruru Shinbun / ほのる々新聞 [Honolulu News], (Honolulu, HI)

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The Honoruru Shinbun was published triweekly by Honoruru Shinbunsha, led by Yoshigorō Kimura. It served as community paper to provide practical information to the Japanese community in Hawaii. It was succeeded by Hawai Nichi Nichi Shinbun (The Hawaiian-Japanese Daily Chronicle) in 1903 after Hanzō Tsurushima assumed the president’s position. Kimura remained with the renamed newspaper as chief editor.

『ほのるゝ新聞』は木村芳五郎 が率いるほのるゝ新聞社より週3回発行された。ハワイ在住の日本人へ実用的な情報を提供した。その後、鶴島半蔵が社長となり、1903年に『布哇日日新聞』に改名された。木村は この新聞の主筆として留まった。

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Hawaii Newspaper Project, Sophia McMillen, and Nancy Jane Morris. 1987. Hawaii Newspapers: A Union List. [Honolulu]: n.a.

Ichioka, Yuji. 1974. A Buried Past: An Annotated Bibliography of the Japanese American Research Project Collection. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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