Despatches to the Hawaiian Consulate, Jan. 1888-Dec. 1888
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General despatches received by John Bell-Irving, the Consul General of Hawaii in Hong Kong, including general instructions for His Hawaiian Majesty's Consuls, 1 September 1885: 'Passports to enter the Hawaiian Kingdom are no longer required except for persons of Chinese race. For the latter they are granted only at the Consulates at Hong Kong & Shanghae, under special regulations issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs'.
- Jan. 1888-Dec. 1888
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