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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 30, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Another 67 puts Wie in fourth
 •  Penn wins; Akebono loses

Local News
 •  Barge delay fuels fear of gas shortage
 •  Father says he hit Talia to teach her
 •  Guards subdue unruly youths
 •  Needlefish victim recalls attack
 •  O'ahu transit plans get federal approval
 •  Perry, Price still rule morning
 •  Judge steps aside from Maui deacon case
 •  Harris' book project met ethics regulations
 •  UH boosts spending on security
 •  Acts of sympathy powerful weapon
 •  Translator hopes she can emigrate
 •  Detectives contradict each other in court
 •  Ex-court worker guilty of ticket fixing
 •  Senate acts to move Akaka bill
 •  Obituaries
 •  Early-morning service today for 'Tiger' Espere

 •  Addiction to success drives paddleboarder
 •  Akebono KO'd by Korean in K-1 bout
 •  For the Record
 •  Wie moves up in British Open
 •  Wai'anae boxers to defend world titles
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Free concerts on the retail scene
 •  Hot-rodders going cruising
 •  Kids Day in the park
 •  Rummaging in an upscale style
 •  Sunset on Beach at Queen's Surf
 •  Whistlestop at silent era
 •  Xeriscapes: Getting your yard to make a splash
 •  Health calendar
 •  Krill oil may boost nerve, brain cells
 •  Change comes slowly at Bob Jones
 •  Christian Exodus seeks biblical refuge
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Be on alert for dating violence
 •  Faith calendar

 •  Best Buy opens doors to crowd
 •  Murdoch son quits executive post
 •  Servco Pacific will sell Easy Music to Dods' son
 •  U.S. economic growth on 'right path'
 •  Solid earnings invigorate investors
 •  Strong July ends with stocks closing lower
 •  Ethanol plants may help fuel U.S. economy
 •  HP says it will stop reselling of iPods
 •  Subdivision plan gets zoning OK

 •  School initiative sped improved fire safety
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Only Roberts, not wife, can speak to views

 •  Tube Notes
 •  'Letters' tad short on passion
 •  TGI Saturday