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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

... davidt@hawaiibusiness.com EDITOR Steve Petranik stevep@hawaiibusiness.com ART DIRECTOR Jen Tadaki Catanzariti jent@hawaiibusiness.com CHIEF WRITER St... ...arge conference centers Waikiki’s largest capacity ballroom State-of-the-art audio and video services 22-acres of tropical gardens with 5 resort po... ...arge conference centers Waikiki’s largest capacity ballroom State-of-the-art audio and video services 22-acres of tropical gardens with 5 resort po... ...d Australia: HAWAI‘I NEW YORK WASHINGTON TORONTO LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO VANCOUVER CHICAGO HOUSTON Note: Times may vary by an hour depending on Day... ...h Hawai‘i does not use. CALGARY, ALBERTA 6 hours, 23 minutes (one-stop) VANCOUVER 5 hours, 39 minutes (7 to 14 stops a week) CHICAGO 8 hours, 30... ...Hale Ka Lae. Model Showroom Open Daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hale Ka Lae Sales Gallery 6700 Kalanianaole Hwy, Suite 122 Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 808.395.771...

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Adventures in the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...h remark, Hardy had a good deal to say concerning the manner in which that art was practised upon the island. Throughout the entire cluster the tattoo... ...tattooers of Hivarhoo enjoyed no small reputation. They had carried their art to the highest perfection, and the profession was esteemed most honoura... ...ed at the island; and at intervals, Wallis, Byron, Cook, De Bourgainville, Vancouver, Le Perouse, and other illustrious navigators refitted their vess... ...udiously inclined, he would take great pleasure in teaching such the whole art and mystery of navi- 75 Melville gation, including the gratuitous use ... ... like baubles on a handsome woman. Among other things, she carries a stern gallery resting on the uplifted hands of two Caryatides, larger than life. ... ..., after all that of late years has been done for these islanders, Cook and Vancouver may, in one sense at least, be considered their greatest benefact... ...r the shade of the trees without; while, leaning over the stocks as from a gallery, the worshipful crew of the Julia looked on, and canvassed the proc... ...congre- gation ought to be had from its summit. Nor does the church lack a gallery, which runs round on three sides, and is supported by columns of th... ...ief at the demise of a high chief, or member of the royal family. And yet, Vancouver relates that, on such an occasion, upon which he happened to be p...

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Typee a Romance of the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...inction very carefully in an excellent article contributed to the Scottish Art Review. In a prefatory note to ‘Mardi’ (1849), Melville declares that, ... ...e captain will come to his senses. I wish thee no harm, Pedro; but as thou art doomed, sooner or later, to meet the fate of all thy race; and if putti... ...SI- TORS—A WARRIOR IN COSTUME—A SAVAGE AESCULAPIUS—PRACTICE OF THE HEALING ART—BODY SERVANT—A DWELLING-HOUSE OF THE VALLEY DESCRIBED—PORTRAITS OF ITS ... ... vale on this festive occasion. I should 185 Melville like to have seen a gallery of coronation beauties, at Westminster Abbey, confronted for a mome... ...has been made by other eminent voyagers: by Carteret, Byron, Kotzebue, and Vancouver. For my own part, although hardly a day passed while I remained u... ... I know, might have been left on the island by Wallace, Carteret, Cook, or Vancouver. The stock was half rotten and worm-eaten; the lock was as rusty ... ...rpse was refused Christian burial, but that the heart which was brought to Vancouver some time after the event, and which the Hawiians stoutly maintai...

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Moby-Dick or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

... Henry. “Very like a whale.” Hamlet. “Which to recure, no skill of leach’s art Mote him availle, but to returne againe To his wound’s worker, that wit... ...back a grove of pikes appears.” Waller’s Battle of the Summer Islands. “By art is created that great Leviathan, called a Commonwealth or State — (in L... ...! how bitterly will burst those straps in the first howling gale, when thou art driven, straps, buttons, and all, down the throat of the tempest. But t... ...e has explored seas and archipelagoes which had no chart, where no Cook or Vancouver had ever sailed. If American and European men of war now peacefu... ...life time commonplaces of our heroic Nantucketers. Often, adventures which Vancouver dedicates three chapters to, these men accounted unworthy of bein... ...o and gaze upon all the paintings of Europe, and where will you find such a gallery of living and breathing commotion on canvas, as in that triumphal h... ..., like a charge of crowned centaurs?Not wholly unworthy of a place in that gallery, are these sea battle pieces of Garneray. Chapter 56 Of the Less E... ...ide. Sir Clifford thinks of charging twopence for a peep at the whispering gallery in the spinal column; threepence to hear the echo in the hollow of ...

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Babbitt

By: Sinclair Lewis

...tuck in his lapel the Boosters’ Club button. With the conciseness of great art the button displayed two words: “Boosters-Pep!” It made Babbitt feel lo... ... that’s all, this morning, Chet.” II By a tragedy familiar to the world of art, the April enthu- siasm of Chet Laylock served only to stimulate the ta... ... with Tudor leaded casements, an oriel, a somewhat musicianless musicians’-gallery, and tapes- tries believed to illustrate the granting of Magna Char... ...guided Paul to one of the small tables beneath the musicians’- 54 Babbitt gallery. He felt guilty. At the Zenith Athletic Club, privacy was very bad ... ... strips in the Evening Advocate. They composed his favorite literature and art, these illustrated chronicles in which Mr. Mutt hit Mr. Jeff with a rot... ... of psychoanalysis, Long Island polo, and the Ming platter he had found in Vancouver. She promised to meet him in Deauville, the coming summer, “thoug...

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Two Years before the Mast, And Twenty-Four Years After: A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea

By: Richard Henry Dana

...‘‘Philadelphia Catechism’’ is, ‘‘Six days shalt thou labor and do all thou art able, And on the seventh—holystone the decks and scrape the cable.’’... ...and here I learned - 26 - Two Years Before the Mast Richard Henry Dana that art which stood me in so good stead afterwards. But to return to th... ...too much like West India negroes; but they all came to it at last. The great art is in getting them on the head. We had to take them from the ground, ... ...aven head, sandals, and the dress of the Grey Friars, pass rapidly through a gallery, but he disappeared without noticing us. After two circuits, we... ... in fact, their slaves, in tending their vast herds. In the year 1793, when Vancouver visited San Diego, the mission had obtained great wealth and po...

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...s; onions, 37 1/2 cents; meat and other articles in proportion. In 1853 at Vancouver veg- etables were a little lower. I with three other officers con... ...r of remnants of tribes in the vicinity of Portland in Oregon, and of Fort Vancouver in Washington Territory. They had generally ac- quired some of th... ... coast. They still retained posts along the Columbia River and one at Fort Vancouver, when I was there. Their treatment of the Indians had brought out... ...ld not foresee, would have been to have different men to execute them. The gallery to the mine was over five hundred feet long from where it entered t... ...ground to the point where it was under the enemy’s works, and with a cross gallery of some- thing over eighty feet running under their lines. Eight ch... ...Kitching. Second Brigade, Maj. J. A. Tompkins. First Brig. Horse Art., Capt. J. M. Robertson. Second Brigade, Horse Art., Capt. D. R. R...

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