Notice of Tabu Fish.
By this, notice is given to all who sees this, as per what is designated in Section 614 of the Assembled Laws of Hawaii, 1915; I, the one named below, the owner of the fishery, known as the sea of “KEAUAU,” from the former property of the Alii William Charles Lunalilo, that being the sea in the Ili aina of Kapahulu, select and set aside for myself, an only for my own use, the fish called, “amaama,” from within those seas. All who take without my permission this fish that I make tabu, will be prosecuted.
MRS. BLANCHE HUMMEL,
Owner of the Fishery of Keauau, Kapahulu, Waikiki, Oahu.
Honolulu, January 27, 1922.
(Kuokoa, 2/17/1922, p. 6)