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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY APRIL 6, 1915.
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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MOTOR TRUCKS TICK UP DEAD GERMANS AFTER BATTLE.
A scene in a French village after a vigorous encounter between French and Get mans. The supe
rior number of the French forced the Germans to retire in haste and leave their dead in the streets.
French motor trucks are picking up the dead bodies of the fighters.
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BIG FRENCH ;GUN ON RAILS FIRING AT GERMAN POSITION.
One of the huge guns of the French Artillery, mounted on a carriage specially constructed for
transportation bv rail, is seen here being discharged. Some of the gun crew nre holding their hands
to their tars as the concussion produced bv these heavy pieces causes a frightful nois. This gun is
being trained on some German trenches about two miles away.
Passengers In And Oat
The following passengers arriv
ed bv the Hall Friday morning:
U. R. Z;ine, Miss Wood, C. S.
Dole. Miss 15. K. Towse. F. C.
Lvser, Francis Gay. Miss E. Mills
G. F. Rankin, Geo. Humphrey,
Miss J, X. Muiiro, Miss II. J.
iMuuro, A. Andrews. J. Codding-
! ton. Mrs P. E Rowe, S. Takaba-
' sin, Geo. EW'nliko, K. Nakai and
j The following sailed y the V.
G. Hall la-it Tiusd.iv afternoo:i
I V. H Rice, H.Rice.C. A. Rice.
iMrs. J. V. Rath. T. VVilkts, W.
il). Green. E. S Price. F. Squires.
jChas L. Kehkoma. Mrs. C. L.Ke-jlt-koma,
S. Savcgtisn, H. VV. Flint,
(Mrs. II. V. Flint, Master Flint,
G. I'. Kankiii, Miss v . Hee.
COMMISSARY TRAIN GUARDED BY SERVIAN SENTINEL IN STORMY WEATHER.
An April 1 Kekaha jjaid a di
vidend of $1 00. Waimea paid the
like rate on the some dnv.
COMMANDER OF GREAT BRITAIN'S FIFTH ARMY CORPS.
General Sir Henrv Macleod Leslie Rundle, who is in command of
Great Britain's Fifth Army Corps. General Sir Rundle was born in
1856. Since 1876 he has served in the Army. During the thirty-nine
vears of his service he has distinguished himself in many, campaigns.
He has been mentioned in dispatches numerous times and is scarred
from the wounds received in many battles. He has served in the
Zulu campaign, the Soudan Expedition, and the Boer War, and is a
"K. C. B." "G. C. V. O." "C. M. G." and "D. S. O."
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RI5MARKABLK PICTURE SHOWING GERMANS FALLING FROM THEIR WOUNDS
WHILE UNDER FIRE IN THE SNOWCOVERED TRENCHES.
This picture, takin recently near Darkehmen. East Prussia, shows the Germans in their trenches.
The Teutons fought with might and main against the recent Russian invasion of East Prussia which
proved to be so costly to the invaders. Casualties were very high on both sides. The picture shows
that the Russian fire from the opposite trenches is having its effect. A man in the foreground lies
wounded, another has just been hit, while a third is lying against the wall of the trench.
liNVER PACHA. WAR MIN
ISTER OF TURKEY AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF
GERMANY'S FOOD MARKETS UNDU'.l SUPERVISION OF
Thoitih reports hivo been circuhited th it the foodstuffs of Ger
many are dwindling to such an extent that the nation is on the verge
of serious com ..pence, the scen.s of activity whic'i are witnessed in
the market p'aces of the Kaiser's domain, seem to belie the rumors
which p.-rsist in b-ing sent out broadcast. Since the out break of the war
the German government, appreciating the fact that food plays a great
er part in war than bullets, has takui charge of its public markets and
the sale of food and foodstuffs is now directly controlled by the Gov
ernment. The above picture is nn actual scene taken a few weeks ago
in a German supply muket, and anyone must admit that it looks