LET ALL PEOPLE KNOW, I call out to you all, but it is the specific person that is the one, for I found and have here in my hands a
Mamo Feather Lei,
from the makai entrance of the Palace Grounds, on the 1st of August, that being a Friday, in the early morning of that day. If the one to whom the Lei Hulu belongs to sees this, come for it at once, and I can be found at Kulaokahua, at the cow hide shop of W. P. Kahololio, but you must bring along $4.50. If it is not claimed, and the 31st of this month goes by, it will become mine.
W. J. Z. PUHIKI.
Kulaokahua, Aug.4, 1862.
(Kuokoa, 8/9/1862, p. 3)