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Lehaulanui Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Volume A, No. 1, pps 226-227
Honolulu, July 14, 1873
R.A. Lyman, Esquire, Commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Hawaii, Hilo.
I have respectfully to request that you will define and settle the boundaries of the following named lands on the Island of Hawaii and belonging to His Majesty, the King.
Waikoekoe (an ahupuaa) in Hamakua, bounded mauka by Puukapu, a crown land, West by Waipio belonging to Honorable C. Kanaina and by Kuikuihaele belonging to the Government; East by Keaa belonging to the Government, makai by the sea.
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.... matter of settling the boundaries, procuring testimony &c. before the Commissioner, He will also represent me on settlement of boundaries of my lands and make surveys for me, and if he can be present when the boundaries of Madam Akahi's lands are settled, he will present her also and protect her interests.
It is possible that I have not named all of the lands bounding those above mentioned, or have given the names of the lands or owners quite correctly.
Charles R. Bishop, Acting for His Majesty, the King and for himself
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