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Waimea Ahupuaa, District of North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, Hawaii, Volume A, No. 1, p. 238-240
Honolulu, July 7, 1873
R.A. Lyman, Esquire, Hilo
Mr. F.H. Harris is authorized by the commissioners of Crown lands to make application to you as commissioner of Boundaries to have the boundaries of all Crown lands on the Island of Hawaii defined. He has a list of the lands with him.
I have also authorized Mr. F.H. Harris to make application to you for the settlement of boundaries of all lands belonging to Estate of His late Majesty and Her Excellency, R. Keelikolani.
I expect to be in Kona by the trip of the "Kilauea" which leaves here on the 28th instant. Can't you make it convenient to come round as the steamer goes to Hilo on that trip.
I wish also to apply for the settlement of the boundaries of Honohina.
I remain, Yours respectfully
Jno. O. Dominis
Honorable R.A. Lyman, Boundary Commissioner for Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands
The undersigned would herewith make application for the settlement of the boundaries of the following named Ahupuaa or lands belonging to the Crown, viz.;
Waiakea in the District of Hilo bounded by Keaau, Olaa, Kapapala, Humuula, Piihonua
Piihonua in the District of Hilo, bounded by Punahoa, Waiakea, Humuula and Pueo, Paukaa & Alae and other lands names not known
Ponahawai in the District of Hilo bounded by Punahoa, Kukuau & other small lands.
Hakalauike in the District of Hilo, adjoining lands unknown [page 239]
Humuula in the District of Hilo bounded by Kapapala, various lands in Kona and Kohala and Hamakua, and Hakalau, Makahanaloa, Papaikou, Paukaa, Piihonua and Waiaka in the District of Hilo
Lalakea in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Kalopa in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Honokaia in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Kaohia in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Waimanu in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Pohakumauluulu, Ili of Waipio in the District of Hamakua, adjoining lands unknown
Muliwai, Ili of Waipio in the District of Hamakua
Pololu in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Aamakao in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Iole in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Kaaukuku in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Waimea in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Puukapu in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Kawaihae in the District of Kohala adjoining lands unknown
Puuwaawaa In t ....
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North 53° West 156 chains to a pile of stones at Kikiha; Thence
North 30° West 65 chains to a pile of stones marked X; Thence
North 47° West 84 chains to a cave at Kapukaiki; Thence
South 89° West 522 chains, by Kahalehoo Kaakaa, Kauakahialaa, Hanamauloa, Palihai, and Puupoe, to Keahualono on the side of the road leading to Kona;
Thence to Hiiakaikaalaihi on the sea beach, the extreme boundary of the Ili of Anaehoomalu on the line between Kohala and Kona; Thence along the sea shore makai of Anaehoomalu and Kalahuipuaa, to a large pile of rocks on the mauka side of the Beach road;
Thence along the sea,
North 31° East 19 55/100 chains,
North 5° East 15 91/100 chains,
South 34° East 59 85/100 chains to the houses on Waimea; Thence
North 80° East 15 chains, North 42° East 68 chains, to the extreme point of rocks at Puako; Thence
South 15° East 16 chains to the church,
North 63° East 20 chains to Southeast point of Bay; Thence
North 9° East 16 67/100 chains to Piliamoo; Thence
North 10¼° East 50 30/100 chains,
North 3¼° East 44 85/100 chains to Kaihumoku; Thence along the Sea to the mouth of the Waiulaula gulch, at the corner of the lands Waimea and Kawaihae Kai;
Thence up along the centre of said gulch to a large [page 18] boulder marked X, at a point known as Paleuli, at the corner of the lands Kawaihae kai and Kawaihae uka, at which point the line leaves the gulch to the right; Thence
North 53½° East 75 78/100 chains to a pile of rocks at Lawai; Thence
North 44° East 70 45/100 chains to Puuainako, a small hill on South side of the Waimea and Kawaihae Road; Thence
North 53° East 72 72/100 chains to the Luwahine Gulch where it leaves the hills; Thence up along said gulch,
North 53° East 19 70/100 chains,
North 10° East 23 50/100 chains,
North 48° 3/4 East 81 chains,
North 21° 3/4 East 31 chains, to Pukawaiwai 61 80/100 chains to angle; Thence
North 11° East 22 70/100 chains to the Kohala Road; Thence up and along the general course of the Luwahine gulch,
North 31° East 240 chains, to a place known as Kalualepo, at the mauka Southeast corner of Kawaihae 2nd on the boundary of Waimea;
Thence along the mauka side of Kawaihae 1st and Kawaihae 2nd to the head of the Honokane Pali;
Thence along the mauka ends of the lands Honokane 1st and Honokane 2nd, Waimanu, and Waipio 1st and 2nd to the place of commencement.
G. M. Robertson, Commissioner of Boundaries
Honolulu, 8th January 1867
[No. 4, Waimea Ahupuaa, District of South Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, no amount, 1867, in part Transcribed S.E. Miller]