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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 9, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories

Local News
 •  Corrections
 •  Crash sends rocks flying
 •  Lingle to veto mass transit tax bill
 •  Ruling on bones at Wal-Mart site to be revisited
 •  Watada to retire from campaign spending panel
 •  Mistakenly freed inmate back in jail
 •  Test scores leveled off, says charter school audit
 •  Hawai'i loses its first citizen-soldier in Iraq
 •  New chief takes command over U.S. Pacific Fleet
 •  Preventing oil spills crucial during work to dislodge ship
 •  High court justices hear OHA land case
 •  Obituaries

 •  Brother of ex-NFL star to join Hawai'i
 •  Hawai'i's ABA team has coaches
 •  Kim falls to 10th at Rolex golf tourney
 •  Morinaga, Fujikawa capture junior crowns
 •  Ow-Wie: History denied
 •  Talented Wie's time will come

Island Life
 •  'Celtic Aloha' tour ends in Kane'ohe
 •  Act the part, help clean up Tenney
 •  Free golf demo
 •  Make your own tic-tac-toe game for a hot afternoon
 •  Pacific Handcrafters' finesse on show at Thomas Square
 •  Ready ... set ... buy books!
 •  Take in a 'Sunset Serenade;' it's free!
 •  Vintage steel guitar highlights theme of Maui's music festival
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Organic makeup free of synthetics
 •  Church courts controversy
 •  U.S. Muslims heighten call for wider role for women Defying tradition
 •  Vatican laments abuse of Eucharist
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Praise God from sunset to sundown
 •  Church to host special meeting
 •  Faith calendar

 •  Hopes high for British economy
 •  Houston lawyer taking the pulpit in Merck case
 •  Optimism amid terror pushes stocks higher
 •  Unemployment dips to 5 percent
 •  UPS to offer express China service
 •  Panel lays out plan for economic expansion
 •  Google wins 'typosquatting' arbitration
 •  Industry moguls ponder secure delivery of media over Internet
 •  Big Isle, Kaua'i gain cell sites

 •  Quick override needed to veto on transit tax
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  London can take what terrorists dish out
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Tube notes
 •  Tragic love tale set in modern climate
 •  TGI Saturday