Kawai Shinpō / 加哇新報 [The Kauai Shinpo], (Līhuʻe, HI)
The Kawai Shinpō, initially published by Torajirō Fukunaga in 1904, was a weekly newspaper in Kauai. The paper consisted of two pages each of Japanese and English sections. Fukunaga was later affiliated with the newspaper the Hawai Shinpō in Honolulu; Uichi Fujita was the publisher. Similar to the Hawai Shinpō, the Kawai Shinpō opposed the first major plantation strikes and was considered pro-management and, thus inviting criticism from its rival Japanese papers. It continued to publish, however, until 1942.
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