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THS GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1915,
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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JAI'AXKSK HATTLKSIIIP "IUZUN."
KAISKR KEKPvS IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH HIS MEN IN THE FIELD.
This highly interesting photo shows the Kaiser consulting with General Herrinser, one of
the commanders ol the Army invading France. Prince Oicar. the Kaiser's fifth son, who has been
repeatedly praised for his heroic work at the fiont, is shown examining some plans and watching
the movements of some troops through the telescope.
The Ilizen carries a formidable arnianent consisting of four 12-inch, twelve 6-inch guns,
Iwemv three-pounders and six one-pounders, besides three torpedo tubes. She carries a comple
ment of 778 men. She has a displacement of 12,700 tons, and cost $5,000,000.
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WOMEN RISK LIVES TO BRING "GOODIES'" TO SOLDIERS IN TRENCHES.
Feasant women at great personal risk distributing refreshments to Belgian soldiers in the
trenches. (Note bomb proofs in side of trench.)
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TWO INTERESTING SCENES IN THE GERMAN ARMY.
Upper photograph shows German soldiers guarding an out
post in East Prussia near the Russian border, passing the time by
studying war pictures.
The kwer photograph shows a German supply column mak
ing its way to the German base of supplies.
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ADMIRAL SIR RICHARD POORE. ADMIRAL SIR GEORGE SCOTT WARREN-
Admiral Poore was formerly Commander-in- DI'R.
Chief of the Australian Station ami now Coin- Commander of the Second Squadron uf His
mauder of the Fourth Battle Squadron. British Majesty's Navy.
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HERE IS WHAT A MINK LOOKS LIKE; HUNDREDS OF
THEM RE FLOATING IN THE NORTH SEA3
The Hawaii Herald savs:
I Tliat a bill may be introduced at
jthe next legislature calling for the
abolition of the office of county
auditor, is the latest development
j in the circles where the new acts
! which are being thought out for
'presentation to the lawmakers are
J now in embryo.
j The suggestion is that, as a bill
calling for the appointment of a
omptroller tor the territory is to
be introduced an amendment de
claring that county auditors would
not be necessary under the new
system would be a good move.
The comptroller will have several
deputies and those officials can as
sume the duties that are now car
ried out by the various county
The matter has not yet been ful
ly threshed out by the committee
that is going into the proposed a
mendinents to the county law, but
enough has been said to indicate
that the special committee of the
board of trade will later on have a
very sensible and timely report to
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning:.
Mrs. S. Heapy, Miss S. Estaves,
Miss H. Bryant, T. Marion, Frank
Jordan, John Bush, Mrs. Bush,
1 Mrs. Morimoto, Miss A. Mikaele,
! W. Kukawa, Gus. Andresen, L.
j A. Dickey, C. II. Dickey, Miss Ida
K u-.ai. Miss E. Neves, R. W. T.
j Purvis, Mrs. Purvis, Miss C. Low,
; Mrs. A Von Ainswaldt, J. V.
J Rath. H. D. Wishard, Miss M.
McClymont, C. H. Dye, C. J.
j Holt, Mrs. J. H. Cummings, II .
II . L'Oranze and 54 deck.
The following arrived by the
, W. G. Hall Friday morning:
j Miss R. Wilkins. Miss G. Ins,
Miss M. S. Honan, Miss Y. T.
Kau, Mrs. H. Honan, Mrs. A.
Wilson. Miss L- Weight, Mrs. A.
;G. Kaulukou, Mrs. Rath, MissM.
Bryant, Mrs. N. Kalehua, Mrs.
' H. D. Wishard, MissM. Dunn,
Miss S. Honan, Miss C. Honan,
i K. C. Ahana. L. D. Timmons,
; Miss A. Salladay, )iss H. Jack
son. Miss E. Padgett, Miss C.
j Johnson, Mrs. F. E. Trowbridge,
Miss M. S. Honan, Miss R. Ing,
I Miss E. Dunn, Miss S. T. Kau.
J .IasUr C. Honan, Miss H. Col-
burn. A. Homer Jr., Miss L. Sal
laday, Miss Rath, Mrs. B. Bald
win, Miss Alice Ai, F. E. Trow-
briuge and 10 deck.