Yamato Shinbun / やまと新聞 [The Yamato Shimbun], (Honolulu, HI)
The Yamato Shinbun succeeded the Yamato in August 1896 and was published by Hamon Mizuno three times a week. The newspaper featured advertisements of Japanese businesses on the front page, followed by local and world news and practical information relevant to the Japanese community in Hawaii. It was initially printed on a lithograph machine until 1898 when the publisher introduced a typeset. The newspaper became daily in 1902 and Yasutarō Sōga acquired the press in 1905. The tile was renamed to the Nippu Jiji in 1906.
“日布時事社増築記念 Nippu Jiji sha zōchiku kinen.” Nippu Jiji (Honolulu, HI), May 18, 1938. Accessed February 21, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/ja/newspapers/tnj19380518-01
Soga, Y. “A Piece of Stone, Which Has Given Meritorious Services in Japanese Journalistic Circles in America.” Nippu Jiji (Honolulu, HI), September 29, 1929. Accessed February 21, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/ja/newspapers/tnj19290929-01
“Nippu Jiji to Commemorate 40th Anniversary Next Month.” Nippu Jiji (Honolulu, HI), September 5, 1935. Accessed February 21, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/ja/newspapers/tnj19350905-01
“Nippu to become the Hawaii Times.” Nippu Jiji (Honolulu, HI), October 26, 1942. Accessed February 21, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/ja/newspapers/tnj19421026-01