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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1915
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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AUSTRIAN OBSERVATION STATION.
The tree-top "observatories" of the Austrian army are elaborate
affairs, carefully constructed and supported. stronRlv enough to per
mit the rapid mounting of light machine guns. Many of these "obser
vatories" are equipped with telephones connecting with other "obser
vatories" as well as with the main body of the army. They are screen
ed in such a manner with fir branches that it is almost impossible to
locate them, In the upper storv of the one shown in the photograph,
one of the men is seen tracing the movements of the enemy according
to directions given bv the man seated at a powerful field glass mount
ed an a tripod. In the lower story, one of the outlooks is telephoning
lis observations to the main body of the army.
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AN UNEXPLODED BOMB DROPPED IN A BARN FROM A ZEPPELIN FLYING
OVER YARMOUTH. ENGLAND.
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A GERMAN SLEIGH AMBULANCE IN RUSSIA
GENERAL SIR IAN HAMILTON.
Commander of the huge British Army which is prepared against
German invasion. This array now numbers abut 500,000 men.
The Star-Bulletin of Thursday
published the following account of
the wedding of Dr. G. H. Huddv,
formerly of Kauai and now Repre
sentative from the Hilo district of"
Hawaii, and Mrs. Sullivan, of Ho
nolulu: The marriage of Dr. George
Herman Huddy, representative
from Hast Hawaii, to Mrs. Henri
etta Ellen Sullivan of Honolulu
was preformed at high noon today
in the house of representatives
chamber i i the presence of distin
guished gucsts.ind whi'e i lie Royal
Hawaiian band pl.ivtd a scl-tted
It was the first wedding in the
former throne room of the monar
chy since the revolution. The big
room was crowded with friends of
the bride and groom and eager
spectators. Below the speaker's
r tunda were Governor Pinkham,
President Chillingworth of the
senate, Mayor Lane and friends of
Dr. and Mrs. Huddy. All of the
members of the house of represen
tatives wsre in their seat.
At 12 o'clock sharp Bergtr's
baud started playing the wedding
march. Mrs. Sullivan entered from
the Ewa side of the speaker's plat
form, accompanied by the matron
of honor, Mrs. Lvdia C. Lucas,
and Dr. Huddy entered from the
Waikiki side with William Carden,
the best man. Rev. Father Stephen
ot the Catholic cathedral entered
the room by the speaker's door and
preformed the ceremony,
Following the solemnizing ot the
marriage, the governor, mayor, the
senate president and the speaker
congratulated Dr. and Mrs. Huddy
and then the members of the house
lined up and in turn offered their
congratulations. The speaker and a
committee ot the house then pre
sented the newly weds with a large
silver cup bearing the iucriptiun
From the House of Representa
tives on the wedding of Represen
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived in the Ki-
nau Wednesday morning from Ho
nolulu: S. S. Peck, Mrs Glais-
ver, W. IJ. Shaw, Chang York
Wing, E. K. Nutt, Frank New,
Mrs. J. R. Myers, M. A. Nicoll,
Theo. Martin. II . R. MacBeth.
B. F. Vickers, Mrs. James Donald.
Miss C. Orvellas, F. Boyer, D.
Leith, Miss Chun Sal Pyul,
The following sailed in the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday evening for
Honolulu: H. Hass, MissS. Choo,
L. W. Mashika, Mrs. J. W. Rath,
M. Johnstone, C, Johnstone and
35 deck passengers.
The following passengers arrived
in the W. G. Hall Friday morning
St. C. Sayers, Geo. O Neill,
C. A. Rice. Mrs. Hattle Poo,
Wanall, Mrs. R. Fountain, Prof.
Jagger, L. P. Scott, A, Water-
house, H. N. Gittle, Mrs. J. W.
Rath, S. McNamara, L. K. Mahi
koa, 31 deck, 35 Filipino laborers
for Koloa. Total 66.
England Has Sugar
Willett & Gray say:
"Latest figures from Great Bri
tain indicate that Greit Britain has
sufficient refined sugar provided to
last until June, and enough raw
and refined provided for together
to last through August.
"It must le rememliered, how
ever, that Great Britain last year
purchased sugar in August for
shipment from Cuba nine mouths
"With these ample supplies an
immediate demand from Great
Britain is not likely, and sellers of
the Cuba crop must look mainly
to the United States and Canada
for buyers for the earlier months.' '