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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY f ANUARY 26, 1915.
GERMAN SHARPSHOOTERS IN THEIR WELL PROTECTED LAIRS.
It is almost impossible for ibo Allies to dislodge these Oerman sharpshooters who arc intrenched
behind this splinter proof sloping shed. The rain of bullets from the Allies rifles is deflected by the steep
incline of the roof of the shelter. The ro.f completely covers the trench. There is a narrow slit run
ning its entire length throng1! which the sharpshooters lire from behind their straw breastworks. To
send a shot through this opening from the ranks of the Allies is almost impossible.
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British artillerymen hard at work pumping the food into the maw
of on : of the big British guns hidden in a cunningly contrived shelter.
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FIGHT BETWEEN A GERMAN "TAUBE" AND A WAR AERO OF THE ALLIES.
One of the fast flying German "Taube" so called because of its resemblance to a dove, is shown in
this photo endeavoring to escape from a pursuing French Aero which is enuipped with a rapid fire
machine gun. This photo was nnde just as the u miner aboard the Fiench ship was training the machine
gun on the German "Taube," which was threatening to outdistance him. The action look place above
the battlefield of the Arras.
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GENERAL VON EINEM.
Fornif-r War Minister of Germany, who is now in command of
the Armv of the West between Rheims and tho Argonnes,
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EXPLODING A MINE IN TRENCH FROM WHICH GERMANS
The Germans mine every trench from which they tetire. The
French, before occupying any of the trenches from which the Germans
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FIRST WOMAN'S YOLl'NTEER RICLIEF CORPS ORGANIZED BY THE WOMEN OF
w- witiulrnvvii lav tlipir miiips in the trench and then explode the London, England. Not to lx; outdone by the male sex who arc doing glorious woik at the front-
mi-.es as a safeguard to prevent the Germans from blowing up the the, e has just been organized, bv women who are desirous of proving to tlxir country tl at in tun s of
i n.., . ,.v...i. M.rc Ti. wn luVl, w.n war' women :ilsotnuv. xn manifold ways help their government, the o;m n s o un eer Reserve
irciiene en ..o ....... . ... Tho 0,,jcct of llR. j.OSl.rvc tTorps. whose lieailiu -rters are in the Old Bedtord College here, is to turn over I
made in the region of Arras, sliows tlie explosion oi one oi me mines lo tht. Var Oiikv a body of trained women, skilled in Fir-t Aid. cooking, signalling, telegiaphv, marks-
in the trenches which had been mined by the French after the Gei m inship, carrying dispatches, and uriving and handlirg hoises. The photo sliows a class receiving in I NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
mans had retired. struetions m sending messages by means of the telegraph instruments. P O. Box No 594 Honolulu
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