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3 EIGHT TO BE Will Then Be Known as Fifth Divis ion, Citizens' Guard. Resignation of Corporal Demeut in Order to Make Complete Ke-orgaaization. Meeting at Keform School. Squad Eight, Citizens' Guard, met last night at the usual place. The report of the committee ap pointed to present the squad's grievances to the officers of the Citizens' Guard, made its report in the shape of Captain McStocker's reply, which was printed in the Advertiser. Sergeant Simonson stated that the clause in the rules and regula tions relative to trial by martial law had been stricken out at the request of the committee. On the acquisition of new mem bers sufficient to make the number ninety, the squad will be allowed to divide into two sections, which together, shall constitute the Fifth Division of the Citizens' Guard. Corporal Dement stated that in order to have a complete re-organization of the squad he would re sign as corporal and take a place in the ranks as a private. His badge was returned to Sergeant Simonson. The next meeting will be held at the Reform School, Thursday, April 25th, when re-organization will be completed. This place was chosen in order to make it more convenient for members of the squad residing beyond Kameha meha School. Each member was instructed to act as a committee of one to bring in new recruits. REGIMENTAL HOP. The Occasion Promises to be a Brilliant Society Event. The regimental hop to be given in the drill shed Friday night promises to be a brilliant society event. A large number of invita tions have been issued and many prominent people have sent their cordial acceptance. The decoration committee will begin work today, reserving the arrangement of greens for Friday. The screen and arrangements of flags placed in the rear part of the drill shed for Captain Cochrane's lectures will remain. Special provision will be made for the comfort of the guests. Two temporary rooms for gentlemen will be erected near the main en trance. The quarters of Company A will be set apart for use of ladies, and the remaining company sec tions utilized by those in attend ance. Music for the occasion will be furnished by Professor Berger's or chestra. Refreshments and a bountiful repast will be served. Following is the list of commit tees : Arrangements Captain J. W. Pratt (Chairman), Captain John Good, Jr.. Captain T. E. Wall, Captain C. W. Zeigler, Captain V. C. Wilder, Jr., Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Captain Paul Smith. Finance Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Captain W. G. Ashley, Lieuten ant J. W. Jones, Lieutenant J. Em meluth. Reception Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Fisher, Captain A. Gartenberg, Captain C. B. Cooper, Captain T. E. Wall, Lieutenant J. W. Jones, Lieu tenant M. Costa. Floor Manager Major G. F. Mc Leod. Floor Committee Lieutenant L. T. Kenake, Sergeant F. B. Oat, Sergeant J. Schaefer, Lieutenant G. W. R. King, Sergeant W. Fetter, Sergeant J. H. McKeague, Sergeant E. Silva, Sergeant H. A. Giles. Decorations Lieutenant H. Lude wig, Lieutenant F. Rowold. Refreshments Captain W. G. Ash ley. RUBENSTEIN INJURED. Thrown From a Horse and His Left Shoulder Dislocated. Isidor Rubenstein, part-owner and manager of Hyman Brothers, met with a painful accident shortly after noon yesterday, in front of his residence on Emma street. Just as he had mounted his horse the animal became restive, reared up and fell over, throwing Mr. Rubenstein violently to the ground, dislocating his left shoulder and otherwise bruising him up. Dr. Miner was sent for, and experienced considerable difficulty in getting the injured shoulder into place. Mr. Rubenstein was seep last night and did not appear' to be suffering a great deal. He expects to be able to attend to business to day or tomorrow. . A French railway has lately ar ranged its telegraph lines so that at a pre-arranged signal the wires are switched from the telegraph instruments to telephones, thus en abling the operator either to talk verbally or to communicate by the telegraphic code at will. MRS. MARY LOWE DICKINSON. Mrs. Dickinson, the new president of the National Couucil of Women of the . United States, is au educator of note and a noveliit. . p.irii.nacntarian and speaker 01 uecmea talent. rfce -was one or the organizers of I be Lvug 9 DangUteni and once held a professorship in Denver University. DO YOU WISH A Waukenphast Shoe $5.oo -:- -:- WE HAVE 'EM ! Do you wish the SAME SHOE you have bought of us for the past 6 years? We have 'em for $6 and we are going to keep them just as good as ever. t"Look in our windows and say which is which. J WORD TO THE WISE, ETC. THE MANUFACTDRERS SHOE COMPANY'S BIGr SHOE STOKE, 516 Fort Street. NEW GOODS ! THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS AND- DESIGNS ! 0 SHOT TAFFETA SILKS ! Figured Taffeta Silks in Waist Patterns. Printed French Percales, Dresden Muslins, AN ELEGANT LINE OF New White Goods plaidsTtripes Denim for Fancy Work. A variety of Shadea in Denim, used for Fancy Work. Carriage Parasols, Carriage Parasols, in Black and White. NEW WINDSOR SCARFS, AT N. S. SACHS', 520 Fort Street -:- Honolulu SUFFERERS FROM ASTHMA ARE REQUESTED TO PERU8JH THE PAMPHLET ON THX Himalya Asthma Eemedy THE NEWLY DISCOVERED SPECIFIC : for : ASTHMA. The Pamphlet doesn't cost anything the cure only Two Dollar's. Call on or address the HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY 523 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. BEST MADE IN THE WOKLD. 1845 fliMTnUm laas THE w I mm I STANP? PURITTJ Baking TpowdER ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS. L. B. KERR, QUEEX STREET, .... HONOLULU. IMPORTER OF European and American Dry Goods Just to Hand: New Suitings, Serges and Tailors' Requisites, Denims, Drills, Flannels, Blankets, White Cottons, Towels, Mos quito Nets. DRESS GOODS. Victoria Lawns, India Linens, Nainsooks, Lace Stripes, Sateens, Cotton Pongees. Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, Flowers and Feathers; Sailor Hats; Silk Handkerchiefs and Shawls; Buttons; Braids. SOLE JGJECNT FOH THE Celebrated "Pearl" Sewing Machines Embracing all the Latest Improvements and Attachment. L. B. KERR, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. BARGAINS ! -:- BARGAINS ! ! FOR THREE DAYS ONLY. THURSDAY, PRTDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL nth, 1 2 th AND 13 th, Household Goods at a Sacrifice Table Linen, Napkins, White and Colored Bedspreads, Sheetings and Cottons, Ready-made Pillow Cases, Mosquito Netting, Toweling,Etc. Two Days Only ! Don't Forget the Dates ! o M. S. LEVY, - - Port Street. Call and get Prices and Examine Goods. flu J The above MOLINE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we now carry in stock and can fill orders for same promptly. They have been thorougly tried and the fact that we nave sold SEVENTEEN on the island of Hawaii alone during the past two months shows that the planters know a good thing when they see it. We still sell the well-known Hall Breaker, 12, 14, 15 and 16 inch, which is also made by the MOLINE PLOW COM PANY. One of our latest customers says this: "Send me a 16 inch 'HallY Breaker, I have tried other makes lately and find they do not do the work that yours will." We have all sizes of Plows from 4 to 16 inches; also side hill and furrow Plows. We have the most complete assortment of Tools of all kinds for cleaning sugar or cofiee lands. Our stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been added to lately and we can furnish almost anything needed. "WAUKEGrAN" BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other make; try it and you will be surprised with the results. If you prefer galvanized or black plain Fence Wire we have a heavy stock. If you want a perfect wire stretcher send to E. O. Hall & Son. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. PRINTERS AND BINDERS ilea GRAM) rauce Sale! COMMENCING March. 1st AX I) CONTINUING FOR 30 DAYS ! I Am Overstocked. Everything, including shelves and counters are loaded with goods. I Must Have Room and have marked prices down to inaugurate a Great Sale. Special Sale of some article each day, which will he displayed in the window each day prior to the day of sale. This will he a grand time for for the people of Honolulu to secure bargains. AMOSKEAG GINGHAMS 14 YARDS FOR $1. Don't Forget the Date MARCH ist. Temple of Fas 100, M. G. SILVA, Prop. mm of peace THE WAR between Ja- pan and China is still on, although active work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Through my agents, 1 made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stock of goods to be shipped as I re quired, consequently I can af ford to sell at the same low figure. Ex Bentala received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning Gowns for ladies and fents, Silk Kimonos, Smoking ackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and China Ware, Screen-. Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which cannot help to please the most fastidious. l3F"Remember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, ARINGTON BLOCK. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. The above is our special brand o! SAFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit tne times. CASTLE & COOKE L P. 3860-tf The Advertiser and Gazette on ale at Hilo, J. A. Martin news agent.