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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 27, 1915, Page 8, Image 8',
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THE GARDEN 1SLAN.D, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 19A5
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postofficc at Li hue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50
Six Months, 1.50
Three Months. - 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER,
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
Hanalei News Note
. The Kilauea Dancing Club had a
big dance at the home of the Frank
Riedds, in Hanalei, Saturday
night. All Kilauea, not other
wise detained on that evening, at
tended; and a fine time was had.
The following day (Sunday) the
affair took the form of a picnic at
the same place.
Mr. A. Gartley, of Honolulu,
was among those attending the
dance and picnic at the Riedels
Saturday night and Sunday, he
coming over from Kilauea.
Judge Sanford B. Bola spent the
week end at Mrs. Deverill's hotel
in Hanalei. '
Very heavy showers fell in the
Hanalei section Sunday, night and
Miss Margaret Bergen, of the
Honolulu Associated Charities, re
turned to the city Saturday night
after a short visit to Lihue friends
and some investigation of charita
ble work on the island.
Mrs. Rice,. Hostess
Honolulu, April 24 Mrs.
Charles -A. Rice, wife ol Senator
Rice, of K a uai, entertained
about '10 of her friends Thursday
afternoon at a Very delightful
bridge, tea at Jjie Country Club.
There wtrc -seven tables of bridge
and later in the afternoon a num
ber dropped in to tea. The decora
tions were all yellow, large bowls
of golden lillies principally.
Senator and Mrs. Charles A.
Rice will return to their home on
Kauai next Thursday,' the day af
ter the session of the legislature
closes. They .have been very ex
tensively entertained during their
stay in Honolulu and have a very
large circle of friends throughout
Judge C. B. Hofgaard and K.
Roendahl spent last night in Li
hue b n business i n connection
with the organization of a lodge
of Masons on Kauai.
A big range has been established
in the kitchen of the Hotel Lihue,
t h e masonry work being done
bv T. B. Walker, of Honolulu,
who is an expert in that line. The
range is of a capacity to- take care
of a larger party than may be ex
pected in Lihue in a long while
to come, perhaps, although Man
ager Rice thinks he may need it
when Kauai's member- in the Ha
waii Piomotion Committee starts
sending tourists this way.
Koloa, where rain has been very
badly needed of late, had a fall of
of 2-?4 inches between Saturday
and Mondav morning.
Left For The City
The following sailed in the Ki
nau Saturday night for Honolulu:
Miss Lin Kau, J. T. Osorio, S.
Sayagusa. R. Ouye, T. B. Walker,
Dr. Derbv, P. G. Riley. Mr, Fitz-
patrick, Dr. Hope, E. Gallagher,
Mrs. S. Cressaty, Col. Spalding,
Ben Latnaza, Miss M. Bergen,
Rev. F, S. Scuddcr, Mrs. F, S.
Scudder, W. G. Hall, H. S. Trus
cott, M. Hall, Kato, Fuji, Miss
Yamamoto, Mrs. Kancraoto, Yo-
shito, Miss H. Davies, Miss F,
Davies, Mrs. K. Kaweka, Miss
Edgar, Mrs. Heatou, S. P. Tho
mas, W, M. Speyer, C. B. Cage,
Rev. H. Isenberg, J. Tucker, C.
S. Judd, Mrs. S. B. Deverill, Miss
S, Kahiwalani, Miss V. Kahiwa
lani, Miss C, Kahiwalani, Sol.
C, S. Judd, executive officer of
the Board of Agriculture and For
estry, came over on the Kinau last
Wednesday on business foi his department.
" 1 N;-IV-
LOADING FRENCH GUNS BY MEANS OF A CRANE.
So heavy ara the shells fired bv some of the French field guns that they are loaded into the Am by
means of a crane as is seen in thin photo. Note tht big bore of the gun. It resembles a safe deposit vault
more than anything else. After the shell is rammed home, the swinging door is closed. The gun is set
in what is known as a well. The gun carriage itself works on wheels so that when set off the recoil car-'
ries it backward on a smooth platform.
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AMERICAN MISSIONARIES AND NATIVE PUPILS IN FRONT OF THE MISSION
HOUSE AT URUMIAH, PERSIA, WHERE MANY NATIVE CHRISTIANS
WERE CAPTURED AND SLAIN BY THE TURKS.
HUGE AUSTRIAN 30.5 cm. GUN TRAINED UPON THE RUSSIAN POSITION
OUTSIDE OF .WARSAW.
At the right is seen one of the large Austrion gir.is which were used with great effect against the
Russian positions in the vicinity of Warsaw. At the left sevetal soldiers are seen carting a 500 lb. shell
along the wooden plank tracks to be loaded into the gun.
OFFICERS AND MEN OF ITALY READY FOR ACTION.
Here is a picture of Italian officers and men of the artillery division in the new uniforms adopted
by the government for active service. The situation in Italy is very tense and nobody believes that she
will stay out of the war much longer. All preparations have been made, and it seems that even the Social
ists have ceased their active opposition to the Nationalistic policy and will submit to a war for Italian
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT INSPECTS NEW CANADIAN CONTINGENT.
Field Marshal H. R. H. the Duke of Connaught (X) is seen here inspecting three thousand Cana
dian volunteers at Montreal on the eve of their departure for the European war.