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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 October 1886

Itiie daily herald kvm i fop Htvlo Dally thn lowlim 1lnopH T fl T1IKU Pi m oat j - iMIVSlitl W It LlUut CS CoiiIm FRIDAY OCTOHJSK Fort street Merchant street Hold Miret 1886 LOCAL NEWS f King street and thoTalama road arc being patched Mr Thomas is coine to nut un Chief f - y w t Justice Judds building I j Services at me siiiuiiuiu vuinunti I this evening led by Bishop Willis m Mprtiiinir lnuine Lommiiv had a Is lively drill on Fort street last evening Win Pack is the latest opium trans gressor sentenced 5oand 20 days Mr Lyons whoops up bids for a I great variety ol articles at ten tins morning II Aginton the skater may have another mil lipri on his wav to the Colonies nct steamer Pant Ashford has ordered regular 4 drill for the Honolulu Rides on Friday lias well as wcancsaay evening If Chas Hall was committed to the Insane nsyium ueunesuay anu rong I- Kcc yesterday in the Police Court To be Marshal Hon Frank Pahia to be Sheriff of Hawaii Hon J T Ilaker j to be Postmaster Central Ho...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 October 1886

r IU h h P V y i f Hr to SOME STORIES OF THE OCCULT lropheclea of it Modern Vjllmiiesn Tim Orcnt 1roiicti Wlznrili Tlio tnsto fur occult iminlfestntlous ouco Bntisflcd by spirit nipping pluuclicttv find ghostly lnnnlfcstntions pniulcreil to by Khost stories which nro crentiug a furor Is utter nil oiily a rovtvnl Vorty years ntjo In 1840 nt thA ultra rcllnetl literary recep tions of Lady Dlesslnqton a young Fronch girl Introduced by a friend of tho hostess laid tho foundation of her future- reputa tion in fortuno tolling It was Mile Lo Normnml tho modern pythoness Littly illcsalngton who hud been Informed by her Parisian correspondent of tho miracu lous gifts of her protege determined to try her before sho could havo becomo ac quainted with nny of tho persons present or oven ascertain their names Tlirco men wore successively brought to her To tho first nftcr oxaiulnlng his hand she said Your life will bo a huppy and successful one you will dlo old without pain but on ono occasion you...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 October 1886

OL I Construction of Iron Ocunn fttonmera nun first vessel was lnunclicil in 1817 id la still In existence IJut not till 1833 thoworK sonouBiy ueoin At mat no tlio Lloyds began to bttllil Bmnll Iron Burners for short voyages A cortaln nouiitotprojuuico nail to bo ovoreomo tlioro woro many uouuts is to its Liicth and buoyancy Uut it mmlo 1U av nnd tlio flrst Bucrcssful iron stcninor indo a transatlantic voyago In 1813 tho cnt IJrltnln launcnoti by tlio Jreat festorn company In tlioso days tho rout Hrltnln was ratcil na nn unusually Irge sized ship It was n ship of 8000 hns buruon nnu was an iron screw earner combining tlio now methods of emulsion nnd construction Tlio voynKO las successful and tho ship Is still In ox- enco and till within a row years ran to Lustralla flier success leu to imltntlon In tho agllsh marlno and In 1850 tho Inman no wns ostauiisiicu Doiwocn Llvernool lid Now York of iron scrow stenmors It Kd no profltnblo mall contract and wns uroly a commercial unuortnuing...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 October 1886

i THE DAILY HERALD IS rUUMSUED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For Tim PkofRirTOR nvTHK PrtnvilunmiiNCo Umitei At llio OlIlooNo CO Merohtmt SI TKHStS OV bVllHOUIlTtON ier annum 600 au month 300 1 hre months u 150 Per month m jocls Postage Additional SST Xubsortjitlont 1aiaKo In Adennce llrief communications from all part of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters intended for publication as wellnsbmi nm communications and advcrtUements should le aldrcssed to THE DAILY HHRAID SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 1886 END OF THE SESSION The Legislature is to be prorogued on this the hundred and twenty ninth day of its deliberations For one thing the session has been remarkable for its undue length Various reasons are adducible for this feature which may be discussed by themselves at another time Another marked peculiarity of the session is found in the astounding vagaries of some of its decisions tend ing to establish precedents for govern ing the status of future Assemblies If the present Legi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 October 1886

Ar 3lfFwPfm v TirTf STUB DAILY HERALD Will bo for hiiIo Dully nt Uiu lOVlllU L MIIOONZ KT 0 THRU sucn BtM OATjRUi aiercnsni street CRYSTAL oui m uiio iv i jrlcji o wiiih r SATURDAY 0CT0HER t6 1886 L00ALNT3WS Papas safel You bet The Sailors Home is being demol ished A brass door key at tliis office awaits the owner The Fenian boat chib held a meet ing last evening 1 ii 1 The Honolulu Ironworks arc still running night as well as day Temperance meeting of the Y M C A in Fowlers Yard to night mm hi m Mr Thco Scverin is going to photo graph Waipio Valley next week m ii Among the jubilee festivities will be a representation of ancient Hawaiian lA warfare The members of the Malulani were serenading last night on street Pacific Hose Company will drill at 730 this evening under new foreman club Fort have their The Planters Company meets on Monday next in the hall of the Cham ber of Commerce There was a severe row night before last in the neighborhood of Schmidts bridge known as Germantown bu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 16 October 1886

Ill V n MAKING KID GLOVES DESCRIPTION OF LEADING PROCESSES j IN THEIR MANUFACTURE Tlio Itlritt Tiling Ttmt Is Doiin with tlio Ittnv Skin Tlio locnllnr Mothoil of Tnn ulug Aiiiillcntlnn of tlio ljo Putting mi tlio 1lnlsliliig Touiliei Kid gloves nro nimlc ton smaller extent In Knglnnd find Oornmny but those of best quality Arc usually manufactured In Franco In nil tbeie nro i10 scparnto pro cesses boforo tlio law skin Iscoirvaited Into tlio kid plovo Tlio first thing to do Is qf courso to rcmoo tho linir from tlio raw skins nnd for this purposo llmo Is used tboy being Immersed from n fort night to thrco wcoks In pits containing water nnd llmo Tlio skins nro constantly turned nnd shifted nbout by workmen nrmpd with long Iron tongs nnd when taken out it is found that tho llmo has loosened tho cuticle of tho skin thus rendering tho removal of tho hair n mora easy matter From tho Umo plts tho skins nro tnkcnjto tho uuhiUring room where they nro stretched on a sort of wooden block nnd nro...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 October 1886

N W4WWiKllBPr iM VOL I Night In a Cltj Hospital I wont tho otlior night to sco in oM frlonil who wits ilylnp In ono of our great hospitals His nicssotiKor cnmo to mo Into and mklnlKlit wns nt lmnd wlion wo ruiigtlio lioll In tho black cavern ot n doorway a hell with ndeop Bcrioustimo that sounded most appropriately llko a knell Tho doHcrtcd corridors wcro lighted with thin flames of gas that flickered zih If afraid of tho uhndows and tho ccIiom of tho tiled floors woro startllngly lutonso under our hurrying foot In a dark comer of overy floor a watchman sat wakeful and as Bllout as a phantom Through a closed door as wo passed camo a mulllod cry hut otherwises no human nolso troubled our progress nnvo Uioto created by ourselves Well up toward tho roof my guldo opened a door and wo wcro In ono ot tho common wards at tho further end of which was tho prlvato room of tho man wo woro visiting Tho lights wcro down and wandorlng moonbeams flecked tho floor through tho long lattlcod shut ter...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 October 1886

lt t h u THE DAILY HERALD IS PUBLISitHD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT 3UNDAYS FOH TIU PKOfMETOR BV TUB PE Pll KIIINOCO Limited At theOiUoeNo SQMarohtmt St TRH3IB OP SVltSClellTIOX Per annum 600 SU montni 3 months -5 Pcrmonth t Postage Additional t3T Hjttmerlptlon Iaunble in AitraHte tlrief communication from all part of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter intended for publication a weltjw tiuit nm communications and advertisement should be addressed jo THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER 18 1886 AND COMMENTS It is said that a deputation of ladies waited on the King to implore him not to sign the opium bill It is a pity that the foreign residents should have cause for decided coolness toward the Hawaiian Government such as they showed at the prorogation of the Legislature The Fremjcr who boasted in the Legislature of his friendly relations with the Anglican Church represented to the King it is said that the letter of Bishop Willis against opium was absurd The recent crisis was precip...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 October 1886

Mh THE DAILY HERALD Will o dtv buIo jOully fit tlio ITol lowlntg XMuuom T 0 THRUM Fortstreet 11 SOPER Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WOKKS Hotel Street XJrioo O ContH MQNDAY 00T0BER 18 1886 L0CALNEAVS A Chinese opium convict was brought to prison from Hawaii by the Kilauea Hou it Mr Fied Wundonberg who has been Deputy Postmaster for several months has been appointed Postmaster General A youngster was detected going out of Mr Frank Gertzs store on Saturday ev ening with a pair of shoes that were not bought The subject at the Seventh Day Ad ventist meeting this evening will be The Millenium All are cordially invited to attend About forty head of cattle from Hon S Parkers ranch Hawaii arrived Saturday night by the Kilauea Hou and were landed at the cattle pens 1 The Kapiolani Hath House was crowded all day Sunday with bathers who were only too glad to escape from the oppressive heat and enjoy a plunge in the briny M Four for drunkenness one for break ing the express rules one for prevent...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 18 October 1886

r FA IX- fcx LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN A HISTORICAL BATTLE GROUND NOW POURING FORTH A 3TREAM Tlio Discovery of tlio Witter Mmlo by n lnrty While Exploring a Cnve In the Moimtiitii Illumliintlnn of the Sublcr ranenn CliHiuhqr It will bo romembored that tho discov ery of tlio water was inntlo by n pnrty which explored tlio lnrgo envo which is entered nenr tho waters edgo near tho Nushvlllo ChattatiooKa bridge This party by Ulnt of crawling and creeping on all fours through ditches gulleys and over streams along fathomless abysses and near j awning chasms entered a gigan tic don -shaped chamber from tho roof of which poured with n roar llko thun der a mountain stream ico cold and clear as crystal By original experiments with lighted balloons tho altitude of tho cham ber ascertained and tho strenm was lo cated Tlio Bttrfaco of tho mountain was thon cross sectioned luvols run and Anally a spot was located under which tho englueors stated tho stream would bo found Tho surfaco of tho mountain at th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 19 October 1886

L I liTorenl lrocoiae of Trcntlng Ores I10 troublo with nlno tenths of tho fall- 1 in mining Is not tho lack of oro or Us nr duality but lta character That la tero tho groat mlstako Is niado Oro to vo treated to bo many una to so Mtly dlfToront processes An Iriuxporl ced minor sucU as most of tho Investors iloos n llttlo tlovolopluK Kots a fow knos of oro tnkc3 thorn to sonio ono who alleged to kliow something nbout It ami old that tnat mo oro is ireo iiuuinf Ho 1 un a mill on tlint uusis and when ho aos to work It ho llnds Ids oro Is not f rco JIiik and that his mill la totally unlit tho work for which it was lntonded ben a tcarlnir down and bulldlim un over Id over again begins to suit tho mill and process to tho orojinu iiuully tho wholo terurlso Is dropped tho investor bolnir Mtusted and crippled by his lossos Ono thing should always bo kept In nil ore differs us much as night and fcy witnin inroo loot you may unu ireo Ailing oro anu 1110 imruost anu most ubborii oro to treat xo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 19 October 1886

V m fc if K i i ta il m i aThtift afrwrtw THE DAILY -HERALD is iUiiiisali EVERY MORN ING EXCEPT SUNDAYS HllR TimlrROmitTOR BVtMK PltKU PUBLISHING Co ltMITFl At tho Oflloo No COMurolmnt St XKHMS Of SVnSOHVTJOX lerannim 600 Six montn 300 1 lire months Iermonth 5 Postage additional K3 Siibicrlptlowi 1ainbe tit Advance tlrlef communications from all pirts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matters Intendnl for publication as well as bus communications and advertisements should be addressed to THE DAILY HUKAU TUESDAY OCTOBER 19 1886 THE 1LANTERS MEETING The annual meeting of the Planters Labor and Supply Company is not as well attended as should be wished in view of the fact that the leading topic of discussion this year seems to be the expediency of continuing the organiza tion Perhaps this is not a bad sign of the condition of the planting interest for it may mean that planters are pretty well contented with the present facilities for obtaining labor and supplies besides havi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 19 October 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Jf ho fn Htilo Dally lit tli loWltlK l3lltUOH 0 THRUM Fortsteet II SOIKU Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stieet i Mlao O ContM TUESDAY OCTOUER 19 188C LOCALNEAVS The Queen bad a loyal reception at Kauai fc II Geo Glendon convicted of gross cheat will he sentenced this morning It is said that Saturdays rain dam aged the rice crop about Honolulu Mr E I Thomas received 53000 kicks by the Geo C Perkins yester day A contagious disease of the eyes is said to be prevalent among the Portu guese on Kauai A native broke his hones two legs and bad a narrow escape for his own neck by reckless riding at Kaneohe on Friday last The case of Dr McGrcw against Uarnes McCandlcss will be resumed in the Supreme Court to day being a jury waived trial His Excellency Geo W Meirill United States Minister Resident leaves for a vacation in his own land by the S S Mariposa on Saturday Mrs Ululanj linker wife of Hon J T Hakcr is announced to succeed Princess Poomaikalani retiring on a ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 19 October 1886

si it I t i v I lit I ku Li K f Kr w vl ar If ill NT Hi 1 - NEC LA On dnrk green mosses cool and slindowcd deep Half hid in waves ot llllloa tail and red Keola lies lior soft eyes drowsed by b1coi One bare whlto rounded arm beneath hor head A ravished bar of KoUlonaunshlno sleeps Athwart the yellow glory of her hair And nil his soft entangled bed he steeps In dyes of deeper color rich and raro Tho tips of lashes kiss each warm flushed check Tho bosom full and white moves soft and slow Tho wet red lips aro parted as to speak Wlitlo drowsy smiles enchanted como and go Ono looso hand holds a scarlot poppy bud Fit omblom of Noolad fatal powor To lulltho stir and actions of mens blood And lay them swooning at hor foot ono hour Intoxicated by hor closo ombraco Forgetful of tho world of duty care Till smiling cold sho turns away hor face And thoy awako to madness and do spair Lulah Riigsdalo In Times Democrat When Judgo lilnck Quit Tolmccu Judgo Jeremiah S Black used to say that after ho c...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 October 1886

tiF pfpj VOL I ywi THE MOVEMENTS OF MALARIA ETlio Dlaonso creeping into ninny Nm Knglnnil Ilnce rr tlio 1lrstThno Tlint tlioro Is ronlly a trcrm in tlio nlr Mint produces this depressing and life fclionpcnliiK nflltctloti In so ninny regions tin nil parts of tho Rlobo Is tlio linn con Eviction of thoso physicians who nro tho Ebcst inlcroscophts Tho gorm theory lccins to Incltulo n germ or tho cmiHo of f nit tho zymotic diseases diseases that nro contagious opltlciulc otc ntul produced lln tholangungo of Dungllson by eomo f morbid prlnclplo acting on tho system Hko jaformont They nro claimed to bo veg letablo growth of a fungoid nature and Jtho theory la that during tho process or period of each a period of growth llko mildew tho victim Is n sufferer from a linoro or loss vlolont fever that thl3 pe arled varies In typhoid It Is assumed to bo Jtwonty ono days In other forms of fover I perhaps a shortor torm till tho microscop ical fungoid growth may bo said to cf l lorescc and shed it...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 October 1886

Sf rl t 1 pl n f b fil 11 R 11 I l I i I 1 I ii IT I Iffll f W lil ttH jtkl jj4JU X ISls ipSMMffSBiW THE DAILY HERALD Its iuuushcd EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KurtIIBIIIOPHIICTAr B TllR lRKrUBLltMINito United At llio OIllW No SO MHTOhiuit St - iv uii ft j sts mints or sviisonivmox Peranmim 5oo Six niontm 300 lhre months 150 Ief month 50CH Postage additional t3T Sulinerljtlloim iiiM In Ailrnnce Brief communications from all part of the Kingdom will awlj be acceptable All milters Intended for publication as well as bin nss communications and advertisements should Le addressed to Tlin DAHY lirRAM WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1886 A REGATTA HITCH The Hawaiian Rowing Association formed last year to control regattas has a rule that oarsmen in regatta crews must be members of the club for twhich they row three months previous to the regatta This rule it is said was devised to prevent any club from importing professional rowers from abroad to win a race It is being ap plied this year however with ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 October 1886

THE DAILY HERALD VVlU 1 f1 hi1 TJnllv t IHo Kol lowliiir IIimiomi 0 THRUM Port street li SOPPR Merchant street VSTAL SODA WOKKS Hotel Stect JPrloo R Cmh U R WKDNESDAYOCTOBEIl 20 1886 LOQALJNEWS The Honolulu crews arc rowing liard Mr FJIcr Y M C A General Secretary Is getting better The monthly meeting of the Y M C A takes place to morrow evening A refreshing trade breeze made peo pie feel comfortable yesterday after noon v The schooner Manuokawai is on the Marine Railway to be followed by the barkentine G C Perkins Mr Jacob Kulu has been appointed District Justice of Lihue Kami with Mr S R Hapuku as Deputy There will be a half mile dash a week from Saturday between the bay marc Mabel and the Stanford Colt Mr Arthur V Richardson has been appointed Consular Clerk with a posi tion in the American Consulate here Emma street in places has overhang irg brtnchis an impediment to pas sengers and a terror to skittish horses The usual services will be held this evening at the Lyceum Fort stre...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 20 October 1886

i t 8 r5 ssS M M S f iilr i r J ft H K k B Kc A 6CHOOL TEACHER IN TEXAS Wlnu Slio S or tho Kilucntliinnl Out look Curiosities of tho Country I am now touching n public school of twfcnty ona pupils In tho central portion of Texas I receive 35 rior month pay 10 for board nntl walk Jialf n mllo to hcIiooI Myschool houso Is a small country church Bltuatcd In a grove on a hill at tho foot of which runs n bonutlful winter creek with stoop banks anil pebbly bottom very rest ful to tho tired fedt In tho evening My term Is for four mouths Tho public school Bystom of this btato Is very lino Thero nro largo tracts of land from which a ro onuo Is derhed besides tho tax which goes Into tho fund An examination and a cer tificate nro necessary beforo ono con got a situation but tho salary Is ndenuato and sure It rnnges from 30 to 75 por month This Is a lino country not far from tho Ilrnzas bottom Tho land is black sticky and as fertile ns Kgypt Cotton la tho principal export Wheat docs very well a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 October 1886

VOLml THE FIRST TELEGRAPH LINE Its Hltory - Morsos Struggles TUo First It was enacted by Congress on the v W OOSNIJCIMCUl v rt 1- First Quality THE 3rd of March 1843 that the sum of 30000 DC nppropnaicu mr testing tne capacity and usefulness of the system of electro magnetic telegraphs invented by Samuel F 13 Morse of New York for the use of the Government of the United States by constructing a line of said electro magnetic telegraphs under the superintendence of Professor Morse of such length and between such points as should fully test its practicability and utility the same to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury upon the application of said Morse The second section of the act authorizes the Secretary of the Treas ury to pay from the 30000 what he may deem a fair compensation to Morse and others lor superintending tne con struction of the telegraph There were four patentees Morse 0 J Smith Alfred Vail and George Vail Professor Morse in attempting to co...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 21 October 1886

i u I IS l I 1 j l B v THE DAILY HERALD IS lUIIIISIIlU EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS KuH TUB 1ROrHtrTUK BV Till 1kESS lUULISIUNCCo t Limited AI IhoOlllop No SO Mm ohimt St TlHMH Ol SVIISVUHTJOX lerannum 6oo SW montns 3 co Hirer months ww i5o Per month M 3JCts Postage aJJilioDi1 i tr Sitbicrlptlonii laiubtc In litmtnce llrlef ommunicatton from all parts of the Kingdom win aiwaj te acceptable All mattcri Intended Tor publication n well as tul ness communications and ndvLrllemcnts shouldbe addressed to TIn DAILY tICRALD THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 1886 A SERIOUS MENACE There is reason to fear that this community does not adequately recog nize the grave menace to its peace and well being existing in the Chinese secret societies Not long ago a local paper published a description of the so called Highbinders as they flourish in San Francisco copied from Harpers Wakly The article in question caused a momentary feeling of something like a sensation but public sentiment in Honolulu is evanescent requi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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