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Lehuula Nui Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Volume A, No. 1, pps 226-227
Honolulu, July 14, 173
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.
Lalakea, an Ili Kupono in Hamakua bounded on the west by Waipio belonging to Honorable C. Kanaina and by Waimea belonging to the crown; East by Kuikuihaele belonging to the Government & by Waikoekoe belonging to His Majesty and makai by the sea.
Lanihaunui in Kona, bounded North by Keohuolu belonging to Keohokalole, South by Lanihauike belonging to the Government, and makai by the sea.
Kawanui - ike in Kona, bounded North by Kawanui belonging to the Government; South by Lehaulanui belonging to His Majesty; Mauka by Mr. Johnson's land and makai by the sea.
[Lehuulanui?] Lehaulanui, Kona, bounded North by Kawanui ike belonging to His Majesty; south by Lehoalaike belonging to the Government; Mauka by Mr. Johnson's land and Makai by the sea.
Honuaino 1, Kona, bounded North by Lehoalaiki belonging to the Government; South by Honuaino belonging to Amara; Mauka by Mr. Johnson's land and makai by the sea.
All the above have been surveyed and the maps and notes of survey accompany this application.
In some instances it may be that the surveys do not include all that belongs to His Majesty (see Lanihaunui tho' I do not know that anything has been left out [)].
Mr. S.C. Wiltse will, if he can do so, make any surveys that may be required and attend to the 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
Lehuula Nui Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Volume A, No. 1, pps 314-317
The Ahupuaa of Lehuula nui, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, 3rd Judicial Circuit
On this 8th day of August, A.D. 1873, the Commission of Boundaries for the 3rd Judicial Circuit, met at Lehuulaike, North Kona, Hawaii for the hearing of the application of C.R. Bishop for the settl ....
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.... />Case continued on Folio 235 Book B for boundaries of portion mauka of makai wall of Great Walled lot of Kamehameha I or Johnson's pasture
Lehuula Nui, Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume 1, No. 3, pps 318-319
Certificate of boundaries of the Land of Lehuula Nui, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii.
L.C. Award. No. [left blank]
Commission of Boundaries, Third Judicial Circuit, F.S. Lyman, Esquire, Commissioner
In the matter of the Boundaries of the Land Lehuula Nui (mauka portion), District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii
An application to decide and certify the boundaries of the Land of Lehuula Nui, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, having been filed with me on the 14th day of July 1873 by Charles R. Bishop, acting for his Majesty, the King and for himself, in accordance with the provisions of an act to facilitate the settlement of Boundaries, &c, approved on the 22d day of June, A.D. 1868; [page 319] now therefore having duly received and having endeavored otherwise to obtain all information possible to enable me to arrive at a just decision, which will more fully appear by reference to the records of this matter by me kept in Book No. 2, B, page 236, and it appearing to my satisfaction that the true lawful and equitable boundaries are as follows, viz.;
As surveyed by D.H. Hitchcock
"Notes of Survey of Lehuula Nui - above Johnson's Purchase"
Commencing at southwest corner adjoining land of Hokukano, H.N. Greenwell and running
[degree sign added]
North 58½° East 57.50 chains;
North 73½° East 50.00 chains;
North 72½° East 50.00 chains;
North 56½° East 61.50 chains;
North 39° East 47.50 chains; to Koa XX corner of Keauhou, Hokukano and this land;
North 25½° West 67.30 chains to ahu on Pahoehoe called "Manakiha," along line Keauhou 2d;
North 42° West 37.50 chains to Koa XX not gar from Jack's old Goat Pen;
South 56° West 40 chains to corner of Hoonalo;
South 58½° West 223.50 chains along Hoonalo to land purchased by Johnson;
South 25½° West 78.50 chains North 67° East 10 chains to Koa XX; Thence
South 34½° East 3.60 chains commencement, and containing an area of 2840 acres, more or less.
It is therefore adjudged and I do hereby decide and certify that the boundaries of the said land are, and hereafter, shall be as hereinbefore set forth.
Given under my hand at Hilo, Island of Hawaii, the 24th day of February, A.D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty one.
F.S. Lyman, Commissioner of Boundaries
To certificate $2.-
4 folio description 2.-
$4.0 paid by S.B. Dole
5 folio description $1.25
[No. 129, Lehuula Nui, Ahupuaa, District of North Kona, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, 2840 acres, 1881; see No. 42 for Johnson Portion]