Calling those associated with Kahookano.
There was notice received from the Office of the Sheriff pertaining to the death of a man named Kahookano, on the 11th of March, 1891, taken by the sea from the schooner, “Equator,” at 31° north latitude, 180° west longitude.
When he met his misfortune, he had wages remaining, and this remaining pay has been set aside and it has been placed with the Circuit Court of the United States of America, and it will be given to the one who has rights to his wealth. If living, they should come to this office of Ka Leo o ka Lahui, and we will advise you on where to get this remaining pay.
(Leo o ka Lahui, 5/13/1891, p. 3)