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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916,
Continued from page 1
Following that order, came the following:
1. T1m following im.iiiotionn in the Infantry nrm of the Xational
Guard of Hawaii, are announced for the information nnd guidance of all
Xanie ami Rank Org'n
1st l.t L. 1). Timnmn 3rd Inf
('apt Wm II. Hiee 3rd Inf
1st Lt (iregor T. (iivig 3rd Inf
'2nd l.t Kdward W. Cardcn 3rd Inf
2nd l.t Frank V. Morrow 3rd Inf
2nd l.t Ernest Fountain 3rd Inf
2nd l.t Frank I 'ox 3rd Inf
2. The following appointments of ollieers in the Xational Guard of
Hawaii are announced for the information and guidance of all concerned :
To he Date of rank Assigned to
I.t Col Feb 2, 11 4th Inf
Major Feh 2, 1910 4th Inf
('apt Feh 1. 19KJ 4th Inf
('apt Feh 1, 1916 4th Inf
('apt . Feh I, 191(5 4th Inf
1st l.t Fchl,191o 4th Inf
1st l.t Fel1.191! 4th Inf
Alfred 1). Hills
David K. llayseldon
Theodore 15. liuch
Henry Sheldon, Jr.
Antonio Q. Marcallino
1" ho Date of rank Assigned to
('apt Feh 2, 191(5 4h Inf
1st l.t Feh 2, 191(5 4th Inf
2nd l.t Feh 2, 191(5 4th Inf
2nd l.t Feh 2, 191(5 4th Inf
2nd l.t Feh 2, 191(5 4th Inf
1st l.t Feh 21. 191(5 4th Inf
A. I lie following assignments of ollieers of the Xational (iuard of
Hawaii, are announced:
Xanie and rank Org'n Assigned to
Maj Walter 1). McBrvde Inf 4th Inf
Maj Benjamin D. Baldwin Inf 4th Inf
('apt Charles II. Wilcox Inf 4th Inf
Capt Charles A. Rice Inf 4th Inf
Capt Carl Maser . 3rd Inf 4th Inf
Capt Joseph II. Moragne Inf 4th If
Capt Harry F. Hadlicld Inf 4th Inf
Capt Ernest W. Kopke 3rd Inf 4th Inf
Capt (Jaylord 1. Wilcox Inf 4th Inf
'Capt Wallace M. Cooper 3rd Inf 4th Inf
Capt Charles F. Dillingham 3rd Inf 4th Inf
Capt Harold 8. Truseott 3rd Inf 4th Inf
Capt William O. Crowell 3rd Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt Araham (J. Kaulukou Inf 4th Inf
1st U Fred W. Wolf Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt II. Xornian Hrowne Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt Kenneth C. Hopper 3rd Inf 4tn Inf
1st Lt William C. Avery 3rd Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt Max Bolte Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt Albert Horner, Jr 3rd Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt James M. Spalding Inf 4th Inf
1st L Henry Smythe Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt A. Reginald Glaisyer 3rd Inf 4th Inf
1st Lt Wm. Waialeale Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Albert J. Derby Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Richard L. Hughes Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Douglas E. Baldwin Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt John L Hjorth Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Fav E. McCall Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Malcolm A. Knock Inf 4th Inf
2ny Lt E. Allen Creevey Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Lawrence Hill Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt John P. M. Thompson Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Richard H. Whittington Inf 4th Inf
2nd Ltd Wm H. Wright Inf 4th Inf
2nd Lt Albert Mitchell Inf 4th Inf
The above named officers, and those officers named in Par 1 and
2 of this order, will report in person or in writing to their respective
regimental commanders for assignment and for duty.
4. Captains. Greig. Carden, Morrow and Hill, IstLieuts. Foun
tain, Cox. Hayselden and Marcallino and 2nd Lieuts, Vincent, Buch
nnd Sheldon, 4th Infantry, will report to the Officers Examining
Board, to take the examination prescribed for the grade to which pro
moted or appointed, at such time as the Board may direct
5. The following having tendered their resignations as officers
of the National Guard of Hawaii, the same are accepted as of the
date set opposite their respective names:
Capt Paul Super Feb. 21. 1916
1st Lt Frank H. Partridge Feb. 7. 1916
2nd Lt Frank H. Locev Feb. 7. 1916
6. Udoii the request of the Trustees of the Honolulu school for
boys, that an officer of the National Guard of Hawaii be detailtd as
Instructor of Military Science of the school, Lapt. Leopom u. macK
man. Quartermaster Corps, is detailed for this duty. This in addi
tion to his other dulies.
By order of the Oovernor:
Samuel I. Johnson.
' Brigadier General, The Adjutant General. Chief of Staff.
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three athletic officers of the batta
lions. It was unanimously voted to
have a military dav on July Fourth,
to which the Governor. Adjutant
General and other officials should
be invited. The entire regiment
will be brought together in Lihue
for maneuvers, besides which there
will be field sports, of a military
character, and a big dinner. There
will be parade and review of the
regiment as a whole, (and the pro
gram will conclude with some sort
of "whoop-'er-up" in the evening.
Colonel Broadhent appointed the
following committees on the Fourth
of July affair:
General and Finance Lt. Col
onel L. D. Timmons and Majors
Wm. Henry Rice. Wulter D. Mc
Brvde, Benjamin D, Baldwin and
F. L. Putman.
Sports, field management and
prizes Captains F. C. Morrow,
C. Maser, O. T. Greig. E. W
Garden and Chas. F. Dillingham
Commissiarat Captains Chas.
, Rice. J. H. Moragne, W. O.
Crowell, Ri hard N. Oliver, E.W.
Kopke and A. D. Hills.
Transportation Captains Chas.
H. Wilcox. Wallace M Cooper.
H. S. Truseott, G. P. Wilcox and
H. F. Hadfield.
The matter of moving the troops
on July Fourth will be quite a pro
blem, and came in for a good deal
of discussion. It is expected that
by that time the regiment will
contain something like 1,200 men,
of which 900 will have to be trans
ported to and from Lihue. There
s a possibility that railway line,
may be utilized from Waimea to a
point between Koloa and Lihue.
It is conceded that this scheme is
well worth trying, if for no other
reason man to demonstrate us
parcaticability in case of military
need. The railways are not equip
ped with Pullman sleepers exact-
y. but they have pulled off some
creditable excursions in the past.
I n thr Circuit Court o k The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
. At Chambers in Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Wong Hoy (Ch), deceased.
Order of Notice ot Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Wong Shun of Nawiliwili,
Kauai, alleging that Wong Hoy,
of Kapaia, Kauai, died intestate
at said Kapaia. on the 22nd dav of
November, A. D. 1915, leaving
property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon,
and praying that Letters of Admi
nistration issue to D. Wm. Dean.
It is ordeied that Saturday, the
Uth dav of Mai t-1'i, A. D. 1916,
at 9 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said Peti
tion in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue. Kauai, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order be published
in the English language for three
successive weeks in the "Garden
Island" newspaper in said Lihue.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, Feb. 7.
(Sgd.) Lvlb A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. m. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
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