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Pepeekeo Ahupuaa, District of Hilo, 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 ....
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.... f 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
[No number, Pepeekeo Ahupuaa, District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Boundary Commission, application only]