Deaths which are pitied:—On Friday of last week, death was not lazy in its pursuit after some haole girls of this Town. The first was Mrs. Mary G. Maitland, the only daughter of Mika Kakai (A. J. Cartwright) of this Town. Continue reading
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership
NOTICE is hereby given that the Co-partnership heretofore existing between Robert Love and James Love of Honolulu, under the firm name of Love & Brothers, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Continue reading
On this past Monday, the 28th of February, presented before the Supreme Court by Mr. A. J. Cartwright [A. J. Kakalaika], was a document saying that this was the last will of Her Highness, the late Princess Miriam Likelike Cleghorn. Continue reading
BEING THAT THE PERSON NAMED below has been vested the power of attorney [mana hookohu] by the Alii, the Dowager Queen Emma, he is empowered as Agent for the administering of her estate and to care for it all, therefore, public notice is given that there is none other to whom this power is given to charge under the name of she to whom belongs the estate. All persons are ordered, should they have any claims to this estate, to produce the bill, and for those who are indebted to her, to make payment at once at my business office in Honolulu.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT. (Kakalaika).
Honolulu, May 11, 1874.
[I was reminded tonight of the birthday of the creator of baseball, Alexander Joy Cartwright, by the cute report on KITV4 news tonight. Here is just another tiny bit of information about this man known world around.]
(Kuokoa, 5/16/1874, p. 3)