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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1915
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National Guard Orders
By the following orders it will
be seen that the Third Regiment,
N. G. H., of which the Kauai
companies form a part, is now or
ganized, with Major D. C. Lind
say, of Maui, in command. The
Lihue, Kealia and Kalaheo com
panies form the first battalion of i
the regiment. The Makaweh and
Waimea companies form a part of
.the second battalion, the other two
I . a. .a
companies ot mat battalion being
on Maui. Foi military purposes,
however, the Kauai companies of
the second battalion are attached
to the first battalion, under Major
Broadbent, and the Maui compa
nies of the same battalion are at
tached to the third separate batta
lion, Maui. The orders are:
Territory of Hawaii
The Adjutant General's Office
November 12, 1915
General Orders No. 37
I. The following changes in
the organization of the National
Guard of Hawaii completing the
organization of the Third Regi
ment of Infantry; N, G. H., are
announced for the information and
guidance of all concerned:
1. The organization of a com
pany of Infantry, N. G. H., at
Haiku, Maui, having been eoni-
Ipleted, said company is designated
Company H, 3d Infany, N. G. II.
2. The First Separate Com
pany, Infantry. N.G. H., is desig
nated Company "0," 3rd Infan
try, N. G. II.
3. The Second Separate Com
pany, Infantry, N.G.H., is desig
nated Company E, 3rd Infantry,
N. G. H.
4. The Third Separate Com
pany, Infantrv, N. G. II.. is desig
nated Company F, 3d Infantry,
N. G. H.
5. The First Separate Battal
ion, Infantry, N. G. H.. is desiu
nated the first Battalion, 3d Infan
trv. N. G. II .
6. The Third Separate Battal
ion, Infantry, N. G. II.. is desig
natcd the Third Battalion, 3d In
fantrv. N. G. If,
7. For tactical and administra
tive purposes, Companies E and
F, 3d Infantrv, N. G H.. are at
tached to the 1st Battalion, 3d In
fantrv, N. G. H., and Companies
G and H, 3d Infantiv, N. G. II..
are attached to the 3d Battalion,
3d Infantrv, N. G. H.
8. Major David C. Lindsay. 3d
N. G. H., is assigned to the com
mand of the 3rd Infantry, N.G. H.
11. The following Executive
I order is published for the informa
tion and guidance of all concern
ed: Executive Chamber,
Honolulu, T H.,
November 12, 1915.
The organization of the 1st, 2nd
and 3rd Regiments of Infantrv,
National Guard of Hawaii having
been completed, the said Regi
ments of Infantrv shall const-tute
s brigade, to be known as the !M
Brigade, National Guard of Ha
waii. Brigadier Gincrnl S.' n tiel I.
Johnson. Adjutant General, Terri
tory of Hawaii, is assigned to the
command of the brigade.
Lucirs E. Pinkham.
Governor, Territory of Hawaii.
Bv order of the Governor,
Saml'ici. I. Johnson,
Brigadier General, The Adjutant
General, Chief rf Staff.
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More Excursion Talk
Honolulu If the present plans
of the Promotion Committee tnate
rialize, Kauai will find herself pre
paring to take care of a large'num
ber of touiists probably early in
the coming year. A member of the
j Promotion Committee has an
, nonnced that the organization in
' tends to charter an inler-ishmd
boat-pi ohatily the Kilauea i.nd
run an vxctirsiur, to t.11 the islands.
Tliis will be with a view to giving
'both Honolulu residents and tour
ists who have not heretofore hud
the opportunity, a t hai ce to visit
the other island.-.
In case t he plan i s carried
through, and is a success, the Pro
niav run Oi.e
txcursion eaeh vear, said the mem
ber. It is possible, also, that the
plan mav be taken up bv a local
concern which would run excur
sions several times a vear.
The folio wirg arrived bv the
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