The Honolulu Stock Exchange was established on August 26, 1898. It existed until the late 1970s. The Exchange traded largely local securities which had a strong dependence on the sugar industry. In early years, transportation (mainly railroads), communications (telephone companies) and other infrastructure (electric, gas, etc.) companies listed on the exchange.
The below scans come from annual booklets published by the Honolulu Stock Exchange.
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