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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, May 25, 1915, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1915
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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LKlTltll ARTil.I.i.KV ,a TlikV IN AC'IION.
A WRECKED MORANE AEROPLANE WHICH HAS FALLEN INSIDE THE
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AUSTRIAN HUSSARS PASSING THROUGH A SNOW CLAD VILLAGE IN RUSSIAN
POLAND TO REINFGRCE MAIN ARMY.
GERMANY WILL NEVER GIVE UP CONQUERED LAND. SAYS
DR. PAASCHE. VICE-PRESIDENT OF REICHSTAG.
What is believed to be the views of one element of German offici
aldom in regard to. the terms on which Germanv would consider peace,
was expressed recently bv Dr. Paasche, Vice-President of the Reich
stag, in a speech delivered at Kreuznncli, in which he maintains that
Germanv-will never relinquish any conquered territory which she can
hold bv force of arms. Dr. Paasche is quoted as saying: "The land
we conquered with s- uiadi Gjnn in blood vi will never return The
diplomat's pen. must not spoil what the sword has so eli achieved."
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Mrs lii-r:tnm, J. Fritschie, D.
U MarMiiaHiic. C. R. Crawford,
I). H. Mit..l.ck, S. Powers.
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er. F. T. Takecuhi. T. liranrtt,
Junes Okj', I. R. C.'initton, Mrs.
V. H. Scut. Miss :. Scott, Miss
L. Scott, Miss A. Scott, Miss A.
Scott. C. A. Rice. Mrs. C. A.
Rice. Mrs. C II. Dye, L. A. Wai.
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PLOTZ DISCOVERS TYPHUS V W'CIXF C-' Ai' C' K' FU
PHYSICIAN NOT YET 25, WHO ISOLATED THE PACILI US fi""0t0, L' M' SUlff' R-Nakavania.
ACHIEVES A NEW TRIUMPH. ' ' Tlie fnwllr arrived by the
T, TT , . ' W. G. Hall Friday morning:
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Corntdii:s V.u'd -rbilt was to be
c'viirin in of the Mav'or's comnrt
te tn -"!t-o'tu' r'e t'rent Atlantic
flo t n "mv Yirk a week atro v-s-tfr-biv
'nit nn tucotint o f the
tra'i:c -ath of bis brother. Alfred
G Vandcrhilt, in the Lusitania
"fck, wis excused from servinR.
IK- t here t en kavinR the New
York citv hall, after a conference
with Mavor Mitchell reuardinRthe
fli.'et reception plans.
PasserYs In And Out
NEW FRENCH GUN FOR BREAKING THROUGH BARBED WIRE DEFENSES.
Barbed-wire has been used with most excellent results in the European war. Thousands of feet
have been set up before the trenches and elsewhere on the battlefields, and many a charge has failed
when it came to breaking through the sword like barrier. The French, however, have invented what
they call a barbed-wire eun. This odd looking weapon shoots an anchor-like missile into the wire, Pal New York, who discovered the baccillns of typhus fever last Wolf Mrs C'otu'lK ' Mix
vear. i.m rnntiminl Mc ov-,..-;,,,. ..... , ,. , ......... . .. ' '' "'i
tearing a tremendous hole, and then the projectile which is attached to a cable, is drawn back to do rovered a ,ii tv,,l, vJt ., , dlS A" An,lew- MlssC- Cootham. Miss
. anti-tvpuus acciue. in other words a protective agent M Puu'.ci C F Drake and 10
its work over again. against the disease ' u tl' c 1 ' maKfc a,ia 1U