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NEW GOVERNOR OF HAWAII
Judge Walter Frear, of Supreme Court, Succeeds Carter. Executive Is Graduate of Yale, Forty-three Years Old, and Has Been on Bench Since 1893.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Aug 16, 1907
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The resignation of Gov. George R. Carter, of Hawaii, which was submitted to President Roosevelt about six weeks ago, took effect yesterday, and his successor, Judge Walter F. Frear, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Hawaii, entered upon his duties as chief executive of the islands.

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