Calling the relations of Kahookano.
The Marshal’s Office [Keena o ka Ilamuku] received notice pertaining to the death of a man named Kahookano, on the 11th of March, 1891, when he was lost in the ocean from the schooner Equator, at 31° north latitude, 180° east longitude.
At the time of his tragedy, he had remaining pay; this remaining pay was left with the Circuit Court of the United States, and it will be given to his relation who has proper claim to it, should one be found. If they are living, may those people come here to the office of Ka Leo o ka Lahui, and we will give them directions to where they will receive this remaining pay.
(Leo o ka Lahui, 5/13/1891, p. 3)