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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1915
THE LATEST . WAR PICTURES
Ti IK GERMAN CRUISER KARLSRUHE.
This vessel wos almost as much oi a tenor or. tTic Atlantic as was Uie Kind:!, in the Indian Ocean
in the early months of the war.
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TURKISH ARMY ON THE MARCH.
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w- 'in Tu kis;! i'.tei ! r-i (; t!u- Inf.i-.Mv I ivision dressed in their KJiaki r.ni-
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C'PVniGHT UMUtr.V.OilB UNDER AC JO, i. V,
BELGIAN WOMI'.N AND CHILDREN IN A DUTCH KKEUGEE CAT.
Thfe hunched thousand Uel.nian refugees have- fi.r.r..'. a haven of M.k-ly and -helur r.s well as food
in Queen Wilhclmina's eh inain. ' The vefuRees are com ei.u ale.' in a i;i:ti:l-ir .f eaiiu.s located m various
parts of the Dutch Kingdom The photo shows one of these content! anon eami'S with its wo nidi and
children refutrees at IJciyen op Zoom in Holland. All camps are under the Hipc'vision of the Dutch army.
cliUUren retugees, at iseren op .umt in huilhui. w i .jv ...v. . , . .
Thoii"h many off. rs have 1 e.n made to aid Holland in frcdinj at-.U ti.kiujj care of thco telict
Wilhehnina has steadfastly refused to accept such aid saying that her government was fu'lv ahle
with the situation.
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IS NOW A "II AS-BF.EN"
This is AUias II. who ru'cd Eirvpt for 22 veirs and was receiitlv
replaced on account of his sympathies heing with the Turks in
present war. He is now forty vea?, of ape.
FRENCH DRAGOONS ON THE MARCH.
The photo shows a troop of the French Cavalry passing through a small village in France.
Aiexa'id.r Hume Ford wrote
tue ;r)llowiii to the editor of Tin;
Giiu:x Isr..M) last week, the
information ai riving too late, how
ever, for puUiealion in last week's
"I have now arranged rates with
the auto people and everybody
he-re is delighted. As you are
'.ware, mv work along these lines
j is in pioneering. We certainly
made a success of the Ilaleaknla
I Hike, and afttr several years of
I missionary work a few of us have
j succeeded in getting the Promo
tion Committee to take up the out
door work, and thev are now en
thusiastic over it, and I believe
they realize that this outdoor work
is the coiner stone of the whole
edifice of promotion work. About
a week ago. Mr. A. P. Taylor
I took up the work as our Ivxecu
tive Office: to carry on these ex
cursions and direct our torce in its
outdoor work, so I turned over a
list of 100 names we had secured
for the Kauai trip to him, and he
is now engineering the deal, and I
believe will make a great success
of it. As you must know, this
mattei of outdoor work is ab
solutely new to us and our force
must be- educated, and all of us
i who are interested can take a hand
and help in this. Some of the
j other Pacific countries are doing
j wonderful work along this line,
a:id I hope as some of their big
workers come through Honolulu
i that we can get them to remain
here for a f-w weeks, giving us
i the benefit of their experience and
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visiting the other Islands.
GERMAN BATTLI.SHIl' von der TANN
TWO GERMAN SCJ-NF.S.
Preparatory to taking their places in the treuch s t!ir Gi minus are
being wtll fortified with h avy socks and niittcr.e, knitted by Wonn'n's
R lief Societies throughout the l-hnp'K . Re- ;! i'ng that tobacco is as
great an essential to the fight'iig men in '.he In nehes a is food, other
societies have been en ae'ed in cnik-c'ine tol aixo ami cigaeltis The
upper photograph shows the distribution of la ; vy socks :m 1 mittens to
the German so', lifts just 1. fore 'he:r de;-ai trie f. r the Tn ii'-!u s The
j Now that the Inter-island ex
cursions have been started, and
' the work has been placed in the
hands of regular employees who
know their business, I shall return
to my efforts to gei the Hauds-Around-the-Pacific
well established in Hawaii as it is
in other Pacific countries. It has
weekly lunches in several cities of
the Pacific, attended by a hundred
or more enthusiasts. The Ad Club
here i going to father the big an
il u a 1 Hands-Arour.d-the-Pacific
banquet this year, and will Le
affiliated with the movement.
"I am glad to see that they are
making the eight-dollar lound trip
rate from Kauai during the carni
val. I hope this will be the other
way about, too, as I would like
to see as many people as possible
visit the Garden Island. 1 am
longing for the time when I can
spend enough time over there to
really know something about
The report of Superintendent
of Public Instruction Kinney frr
This 's the big fHitin" machine of the Kaiser's navy reported to have been sunk off South lower photograph shows a Red Cross nurse distributing the highl - the biennial period ending Decern-
America, a report which was, however, denied. valued tobacco in the form of cigarettes to the sold ers of the Kaiser, ber 31, 1914, has been received.