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Jap Threw Himself Before Inboud Waialua Train
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|Title:||Jap Threw Himself Before Inboud Waialua Train|
|Keywords:||Honouliuli Train Station|
|Date Issued:||17 May 1904|
|Publisher:||Library of Congress|
|Citation:||The Pacific commercial advertiser. (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands), 17 May 1904. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. |
|Description:||A deliberate attempt of a Japanese to commit suicide by throwing himself yesterday afternoon in front of the in-bou- nd train from Waialua at Honouliuli station, furnished the passengers considerable excitement. Strange to relate, the man, although struck by the engine, was not seriously injured and did not suffer the loss of a limb or a broken bone.|
|Journal:||The Pacific commercial advertiser|
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