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Pakini iki (2) Ahupuaa, District of Kau, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume A, No. 1, p. 175-176
Petition read as follows
Honolulu, April 26th 1873
(Copy) R.A. Lyman, Esquire, Commissioner of Boundaries for Hawaii &c &c., Hilo
Dear Sir: Your letter of 14th instant was received this morning and in answer to your suggestion about settlement of the boundaries of His Majesty's lands in Hilo and Puna, I now apply in his behalf to you to settle and defined the boundaries of the following named lands, viz.
Makahanaloa and Pepekeo in Hilo. They are bounded on the North by Kaupakuea belonging to Afong & Achuck and Hakalau belonging to W.L. Green, on the South by Piihonua belonging to the Crown, Papaiko [Papaikou] belonging to D.H. Hitchcock, E.G. Hitchcock & C.A. Castle; Onomea belonging to S.L. Austin; Kawainui belonging to the Hawaiian Government. [page 176]; Mauka by Humuula belonging to the Crown and makai by the sea.
Keaau in Hilo and Puna. This land is bounded on the east by Waiakea and Olaa, belonging to the Crown, on the west and mauka by Waikahekahe, belonging to Kaea wahine, and Kahaualea, belonging to the King and makai by the sea.
Keahialaka in Puna, Hawaii. This land is bounded on the North by Kapoho belonging to C. Kanaina, and Pohoiki, belonging to the Government, on the South by Malawa and Kaukulau, belonging to the Government and makai by the sea.
Honuapu, Kau, Hawaii, This land is bounded on the North by Kionaa belonging to the Government, and on the South by Kioloku, also belonging to the Government and makai by the sea.
Pakiniiki in Kau, Hawaii. This land is bounded on the West by Pakini nui belonging to Estate of M. Kekuanaoa, on the east by Keaa, belonging to the Government and by Kainaoa, belonging to R. Keelikolani, and makai by the sea.
Maps and notes of survey of each of these five lands, are enclosed herewith.
If any of my descriptions of adjoining lands or ownership are incorrect, please correct them.
If you should not have time to give the necessary notices, according to law, so as to have the settlement attended to while Mr. Judd is with you, you will please employ some suitable person to attend and protect the rights of His Majesty. Of course, all must be done according to law, so that it will stand forever.
Very truly Yours,
C.R. Bishop, Acting for the King
Pakiniiki Ahupuaa, District of Kau, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume A, No. 1, pps. 391-393
The Ahupuaa of Pakini ike, District of Kau, Island of Hawaii, 3d Judicial Circuit
On this the 13th day of October A.D. 1873 the Commission of Boundaries for the Island of Hawaii, 3d Judicial Circuit met at the Court House in Waiohinu, Kau, for the hearing of the testimony in relation to the boundaries of Pakini ike, District of Kau, on the application of C.R. Bishop, acting for His Majesty the King. Notice to all parties interested in the settlement of lands in Kau, Hawaii, served by publication in the Hawaiian Gazette of May 21st and Kuokoa of May 24th A.D. 1873.
Due notice personally served on owners or Agents of adjoining lands, as far as ....
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.... 14 3/4° East 13.00 chains to makai edge of "Kahaukea" pit;;
9. South3 3/4° West 38.00 chains to pile of stones;
10. North 13 1/2° East 20.15chains to pile of stones;
11. North 10 1/2° East 21.30 chains to "Puukauwila" near "Kaluaaele;"
12. North 46.52 chains to pile of stones;
13. North 1 1/2° East 42.52 chains to pile of stones;
14. North 11 1/4° East 26.53 chains to pile of stones near "Kahao;"
15. North 10 1/2° West 10.75 chains to pile of stones near "Puukanikani;"
16. North 2 1/2° West 15.15 chains to pile of stones;
17. North 14 1/4° West 22.00 chains to pile stones;
18. North 12° West 12.32 chains to pile stones by lava flow 1868;
19. North 28 1/2° West 31.20 chains to pile stones by lava flow 1868;
20. North 6° West 10.60 chains to the Government road;
21. North 10 1/2° West 92.50 chains to pile stones at "Kapukalaau;"
22. North 3° 20' West 28.60 chains to pile of stones;
23. North 8 1/2° West 20.20 chains to pile stones 6 1/2 chains above Haley road;
24. North 21 3/4° West 12.50 chains to "Kokukahi", water hole;
25. North 9 1/2° West 23.50 chains to pile stones on boundary of Kahuku;
26. North 75 3/4° East 14.60 chains along Kahuku to boundary of Keaa;
27. South 9° 50' East 56.75 chains along Keaa;
28. South 7° West 16.30 chains along W.T.M. Kom. Pat. No. 1371 [Martins?];
29. South 23 1/2° East 45.50 chains along W.T.M. Kom. Patent No. 1371;
30. South 15 1/4° East 66.00 chains along Kahalewai, Royal Patent No. 2445 to the Government Road; Thence
31. South 31 3/4° East 38.70 chains along Government portion Keaa;
32. South 64° West 9.00 chains;
33. South 15° East 25.65 chains along Keaa & Keamio;
34. South 9 1/2° East 10.00 chains along land of Kamaoa; to the seashore as follows:
35. South 5 3/4° East 22.24 chains;
36. South 2° West 18.78 chains; [page 158]
37. South 25 1/4° East 12.00 chains;
38. South 17° East 32.58 chains;
39. South 30 3/4° West 25.80 chains to "Poo oki" east side of awawa;
40. South 1 1/2° West 139.60 chains to "Nawaiwaeokeoua," at old road;
41. South 20° West 27.55 chains;
42. South 5 1/4° West 25.00 chains;
43. South 14 1/2° West 82.15 chains;
44. South 13 3/4° East 56.40 chains along old road to Kalae;
45. South 11 3/4° East 50.17 chains along old road to Kalae;
46. South 6 1/4° East 26.00 chains along old road to Kalae, to Pohakea, at pali of sea coast; Thence along shore
47. North 21 1/4° West 55.80 chains along shore in bent line;
48. North 64° West 56.00 chains along shore in bent line to the place of commencement.
Containing an area of 2357 Acres, more or less.
R.A. Lyman, Commissioner of Boundaries, 3d Judicial Circuit
Surveyed by F.S. Lyman
Costs : 2 days hearing 10.-; 9 folio testimony 2.25; traveling expenses 5.-; paid September 1, 1874; 27.25
April 27, 1875 paid by C. Kanaina, 10 folio testimony 2.50, description Certificate 4.50, Certificate & stamp 3.-; 10.-
Paid in full 37.25
[No. 75, Pakini iki (2) Ahupuaa, District of Kau, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, 2357 acres, 1875]