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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 17, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Another quake shakes Big Island

Local News
 •  Births
 •  Weddings
 •  Celebrations
 •  Trapasso's job here not done
 •  Boaters seeking return to Ko Olina Resort ramp
 •  Harry Potter in stock — for now
 •  Kapolei library backers set book sale in August
 •  Native issues gain spotlight
 •  New Honolulu bishop ready to accept mission
 •  Uproar at cemetery meeting
 •  Visiting county officials mixing work, pleasure
 •  Stream threatens Lahaina regatta
 •  Man dies when car runs off road
 •  Bishop ceremony will be historic
 •  Obituaries
 •  Gathering to celebrate attorney Schutter's life
 •  Service set Thursday for Deyson Cariaga

 •  For the Record
 •  Sports notices
 •  UH pay-per-view expanded
 •  Hawai'i women get jump on 2006 recruiting
 •  HHSAA could restore DI state fields to 12
 •  Kono claims national golf title
 •  Wie's conqueror wins U.S. Publinx
 •  Complex a showcase for UH
 •  Fastest of Transpac fleet set sail today
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  A Bridget Jones type conquers Korea TV
 •  A trust can take care of your pet
 •  Adjustment to adolescence
 •  Hooking up Korean-style requires help
 •  Tryouts Calendar
 •  Latest Harry Potter book packs an emotional punch
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Life's mystery infuses Stern vision
 •  Engagements
 •  Sharing burdens helps stay above waterline
 •  School crush turns into lifetime love

 •  Bogus healthcare plans lure desperate consumers
 •  Disney turns to tech to keep 'em coming
 •  Funeral industry mourns over China-made caskets
 •  New cruise liner lifts economic prospects
 •  All the comforts of home

 •  Political brinksmanship, hard work brings about transit tax
 •  Muslim leadership has role in stopping terror
 •  Waipahu's plan deserves support
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Akaka bill a recipe for racial conflict
 •  Hawaiian dreams reach beyond recognition bill
 •  In Nepal, reconciliation or ruin?
 •  Legislation provides overdue fairness, justice to Hawaiians
 •  What homeless need, first of all, is homes
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon
 •  Some progress in avoiding errors in newspaper

Dining Out
Kamaaina enjoy the 'Village Experience'
Ex-critic leads foodies to tasty grinds
Diverse menu lists fine-dining options