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All days seem like holidays in Hawaii but one day this week was exceptionally festive. The bright streets of Honolulu were crowded. The warm air throbbed with music. Guns boomed salutes, soldiers tramped. The U. S. Territory of Hawaii was inaugurating a new Governor. After eight years' service, Wallace Rider Farrington was turning his office over to Lawrence McCully Judd.

In the Iolani Palace, where Hawaiian kings once sat enthroned, Hon. Antonio Perry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hawaii, stood by to...

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