Sea cucumber, shark fin, tree ear, 1862.

LOLI, LOLI.

LALA MANO.

and

Pepeiao Laau.

The one whose names are below want to purchase again

LOLI.

This is the types of Loli that will be purchased: Loli kae and Loli koko; four cents for one pound, and for Loli kohola, 12½ cents per pound.

This is an explanation of what to do with the Loli; cut it up first, then take out all of the excrement, then wash it well, boil it until cooked well, dry it well without any spoilage. Then we want the Loli kohola when cut up, for a hole to be cut in the middle.

Also there is this:—The ones whose names are below want to purchase

Lala Mano and Pepeiao Laau.

Paying a good price, like this: For one pound of Lala Mano, 15 cents. For Pepeiao Laau, 7½ cents for one pound.

For those who have the things mentioned above, they should go to our store on King Street, on the west side of the Store of Dimond and Son.

UTAI and AHEE.

(Kuokoa, 6/21/1862, p. 3)

Kuokoa_6_21_1862_3

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke I, Helu 30, Aoao 3. Iune 21, 1862.

 

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