Boundary Commission

Certification:
Ahupua`a Hianaloli 1
District: Kona, North
Island Hawaii
Ownership: Government
Misc: no survey
Year: 1906
Statistics: 19749 characters 2994 words
Hianaloli 1 Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume A, No. 1, p. 242-244

Honorable R.A. Lyman, Boundary Commissioner for Island of Hawaii
The undersigned would herewith make application for the settlement of the boundaries of the following Ahupuaas or lands belonging to Her Excellency, R. Keliikolani; viz.

Kikala, Hilo Hawaii, bounded by Maumau adjoining lands unknown
Haiku, Hilo Hawaii, bounding lands unknown
Kauniho, Hilo, Hawaii bounding lands unknown
Waikaumalo, Hilo Hawaii, bounding lands unknown
Lepoloa, Hilo, Hawaii, bounding lands unknown
Piha, Hilo, Hawaii, bounding lands unknown
Kaulakailio, Hilo, Hawaii, bounding lands unknown
Kaiwiki, Hamakua, Hawaii Humuula & other lands
Kalakalaula, Hamakua, Hawaii, bounds unknown
Kapoaula, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Kemau, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Pohakuhaku, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Waikaloa, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Paalaea, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Kaala, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Manowaialei, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands Humuula &c
Keahua, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands not known
Kana, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands not known
Kapaaula, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands not known
Waialeale, Hamakua, Hawaii, adjoining lands not known [page 243]
Niulii, Kohala, Hawaii, adjoining lands not known
Puanuipoepoe, Kohala, Hawaii
Puanui, Kohala, Hawaii
Hamanamana, Kona, Hawaii
Opea, Kona, Hawaii
Keopu 3rd, Kona, Hawaii
Kailua, Kona, Hawaii
Kulihee, Kona, Hawaii
Kaaipuhi, Kona, Hawaii
Niumalii, Kona, Hawaii [Niumalu?]
Naheana, Kona, Hawaii
Kalehanaole, Kona, Hawaii
Puuloa, Kona, Hawaii or Kohala
Kapaula, Kona, Hawaii or Kohala
Honokahauike, Kona, Honokahaunui & Kealakehe, Government lands adjoining
Moeauoa, Kona, Hawaii, Lanihaunui & Moeauoa, belonging to Government adjoining
Kaumalumalu, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Holualoa 1 & Pahoehoe, Government
Laloa 1, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Laaloa & Pahoehoe Government
Kealia 2d, Kona, Hawaii , adjoining lands Kealia & Hookena
Keokea, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Hoonaunau, C.R. Bishop & KiilaeG. Hueu
Hookena, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Kealia & Kauhako, Government
Ninole 2, Hilo, Hawaii [page 244]
Pahoehoe, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Pahoehoe, Government
Haukalua, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Haukalua & Alae Government
Kapualeiholaike, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Okoe, Kaulanamauna, Government & Keauhou, Estate Kamehameha V.

Hianalole, Kona, Hawaii, adjoining lands Honuaula and Hinaloleliilii [Hianaloli]
Kahilipalinui, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Hilea nui, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Kawela, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Hionomoa I, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Hionomoa II, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Mohokea, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Kauhukuula, Kau, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Paakaa, Puna, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown [Pualaa?]
Keekee, Puna, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Hulunanae, Puna, Hawaii, adjoining lands unknown
Mauluaiki, Hilo, Hawaii.

Your Honor will therefore please appoint a day for the hearing the above application & grant a Certificate in accordance therewith.
(Signed) R. Keliikolani by F.H. Harris, attorney at law
Hilo, August 16, 1873


Hianaloli 1 Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume A, pps 379-381

The Ahupuaa of Hianaloli 1st& 2d, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, 3d Judicial Circuit

On this 12th day of August A.D. 1873, the Commission of boundaries for the Island of Hawaii, 3d Judicial Circuit met at Kailua, North Kona, Hawaii for the hearing of the application of J.O. Dominis, acting for Her Excellency R. Keelikolani for the settlement of the boundaries of Hianaloli, North Kona, Hawaii.

Notice to all parties interested in the settlement of boundaries of lands in North and South Kona, Hawaii; that the Commissioner of boundaries for the 3d Judicial Circuit would be prepared to received applications for the settlement of boundaries of lands in said Districts, at the Court House in Kona on August 2d A.D. 1873, served by publication in the Hawaiian Gazette of July 16th and Kuokoa of July 19th 1873, and adjourned to Kailua on the 12th instant.

Due Notice personally served on owners or Agents of adjoining lands, as far as known.
Present: J.G. Hoapili for applicant, Crown Commissioner &c, &c. S.K. Kaai.
For Petition see folio 244, Note Royal Patent No. 3100 on file.

Testimony
Haleokane, kane, sworn, I was born at Hianaloli, North Kona, Hawaii but do not know when (is rather an old man). Kapohomau is the boundary at seashore between Hianaloli 1st and Honuaula. Said place is an old heiau. Thence mauka to Mr. Thurston's yard at the Kohala end of the house. A few Kaheka (Kailua) at the shore, but no sea.

The boundary at seashore between Hianaloli 1st and Hianaloli 2d is at Kauhiawaawa, an awaawa kai; thence mauka between the two lands along an iwi aina to Governor Adams' wall. Thence mauka to Halulu, a small lua. Thence to Wawaekeekee, where the land crooks; thence along the iwi aina to Puuhau, a grove of hau trees, thence to Huaiahaula, kihapai koele no Kalaimoku, thence crossing the mauka [page 380] Government road to Hulia, a kihapai on both sides of the iwi aina; thence mauka to Papakolea, a large hole of water in a kahawai, among ferns; thence along the kahawai to Wailoa, another large pool of water in the gulch; there the boundary runs up the South pali and leaves the gulch, and follows along iwi aina to Kaiuhu, a kihapai koele, which Honuaula cuts these lands off.The North corner of Hianaloli 1st on the boundary of Honuaula is at Kokomo, the kahawai & bathing place. The South corner of Hianaloli 2d and North corner of Hianaloli 3d is at Kauwauwai, a punawai on the edge of the woods. Hianaloli 4th and Hianaloli 1st cut Hianaloli 3d off at Halulu. Thence the boundary between Hianaloli 2d and Hianaloli 3d runs along iwi aina to Puuhanalepo, an oioina, an Ahuakiekie; thence to Ohiki, a punawai, at the corner of Kaupa&ap ....

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.... e undersigned commissioner of Public Lands, for the Territory of Hawaii, hereby requests you to set a day for the taking of testimony and the issuance of a Certificate of boundaries for the Ahupuaa of Hienaloli 1, belonging to the Territory of Hawaii.

Enclosed please find plan and description of said land by George F. Wright of the survey department.

In compliance with the statute, I have hereunto annexed a schedule of adjacent land with their respective owners, so far as is known to me.
Very respectfully Yours,
James W. Pratt, Commissioner of Public Lands

Land, Owners
Honuaula, Grant 3148, Hawaiian Land Company Ltd.
Honuaula, Grant 3100, Mrs. H.N. Greenwell
Hienaloli 2, Land Commission Award 7716, Thomas Aiu
Hienaloli 1, Land Commission Award 7716, Jno. De Costa Amarin
Hienaloli 1, Land Commission Award 387, American Board of Mission

(Legal Seal)

[Margin note:] 5 folio

5 Folio, record of Case to July 3d before F.S. Lyman, Commissioner of Boundaries
5 Folio @ 25c $1.25

Continued on page 680


Hienaloli 1 Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume D, pps. 680-684

(continued from Page 663)

In the matter of the Boundaries of Hienaloli 1, North Kona, Hawaii, July 12, 1906

Case continued until August 16th 1906 upon application of F.W. Milverton, Deputy Attorney General
Charles F. Parsons, Commissioner Boundaries 3 & 4 Circuits

(Copy of notice)

Notice is hereby given that the hearing of the application of the Territory of Hawaii for the settlement of the boundaries of the Ahupuaa of Hienaloli 1, situate in North Kona, Hawaii, is hereby continued until Thursday, August 16, 1906 at 10 o'clock a.m.
(Signed) Charles F. Parsons, Commissioner of Boundaries, third and Fourth Judicial Circuits, Territory of Hawaii.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 12, 1906

The foregoing notice was published in English in the Hawaii Herald on the following named dates, viz., 1906, July 12, 19, & 26 respectively, and in Hawaiian upon the same dates in Ka Hoku o Hawaii.

Similar notices were deposited in the Post Office at Hilo, Hawaii, postage prepaid addressed to the following named persons & corporations:

Hawaii Land Co., Ltd, Kailua, Hawaii
Thomas Aiu, Kailua, Hawaii
Mrs. H.N. Greenwell, Kailua, Hawaii
John de Costa Amarin, Kailua, Hawaii
C.A. Buchanan, Lahaina, Maui
American Board of Missions, Honolulu, Oahu.
Charles F. Parsons, Commissioner of Boundaries, 3rd & 4th Circuits

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Hilo, Hawaii, August 16th, 1906
Upon application of F.W. Milverton, Deputy Attorney General, and continued until August 25th 1906 & Interested Parties notified.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 25th 1906
Hearing continued until August 30th upon application of Deputy Attorney General, F.W. Milverton.

Hilo, Hawaii, August 30th 1906
Hearing continued until September 20th 1906 upon application of F.W. Milverton, Deputy Attorney General
Charles F. Parsons, Commissioner Boundaries, 3rd & 4th Circuits

3 folio record of case to August 30th
3 folio @ 25c $0.75; 1.25; $2.00
B.F.

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Hilo, Hawaii, September 6th 1906
Honorable George R. Carter, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu
Dear Sir:
I hereby tender you my resignation as Commissioner of Boundaries for the 3rd & 4th Judicial Circuits of the Territory of Hawaii, to take effect upon acceptance of same by yourself.
Respectfully,
(Signed) Charles F. Parsons

(copy)
Executive Building, Secretary of Hawaii, Honolulu, territory of Hawaii, September 10, 1906
Honorable Charles F. Parsons, Circuit Judge, Fourth circuit, Hilo, Hawaii
Dear Sir:
By direction of the governor I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the 6th instant tendering your resignation as Commissioner of Boundaries for the Third and Fourth Judicial Circuits of the Territory of Hawaii, which resignation the Governor directs me to state he has accepted.

Enclosed you will find your Commission as Commissioner of Boundaries for the Fourth Judicial circuit, together with the oath of office. Will you kindly subscribe the latter and return it to me at your earliest convenience.
Yours truly,
(Signed) C.R. Buckland, Chief Clerk

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(Copy)
Territory of Hawaii
George R. Carter, Governor of the territory of Hawaii, to all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know ye That reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, integrity and ability of Charles F. Parsons, Esquire, I, George R. Carter, do appoint him Commissioner of Boundaries for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, County of Hawaii, and do authorize and empower him to execute and fulfill the duties of that office according to law and to have and to hold the said office with all the powers and authorities thereto by law appertaining unto him the said Charles F. Parsons, Esquire, during the pleasure of the Governor.

For Testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made Patent and the Seal of the Territory of Hawaii to be hereunto affixed.

Given under my hand at the City of Honolulu, the Tenth day of September in the year of our Lord, One thousand Nine Hundred and Six.
(Signed) G.R. Carter
(Seal)
By the Governor
(signed) A.L.C. Atkinson, Secretary of the Territory

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Oath of Charles F. Parsons, Esquire

Territory of Hawaii, Island of Hawaii, ss.

I, Charles F. Parsons, Esquire, residing in the District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, in the Fourth Judicial Circuit, having been appointed a Commissioner of Boundaries for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, County of Hawaii, do solemnly swear in the Presence of Almighty God, that I will faithfully support the Constitution and laws of the United States, and conscientiously and impartially discharge my duties as such Commissioner of Boundaries of the Government of the Territory of Hawaii, So help me God.
(signed) Charles F. Parsons
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September A.D. 1906
(Signed) A.S. Le Baron Gurney, Clerk Fourth Circuit Court
(Seal)

[No number, Hienaloli 1 Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, 1906; no survey]