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Kuailima, Pohe & Kilau Ilis, Waimano Ahupuaa, District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Volume 1, No. 2, pps 416-420
In the Matter of the Settlement of the Boundaries of Kuailima, Pohe and Kilau Ilis in Waimano, Ewa, Oahu, being apana 47 of Land Commission Award No. 7713 to V. Kamamalu
Before the Boundary Commissioner for the Island of Oahu
March A.D. 1880
In the Matter of the Settlement of the Boundaries of Kuailima, Pohi and Kilau Ilis in Waimano, Ewa, Oahu, being Apana 47 of Land Commission Award No. 7713 to V. Kamamalu
To Richard F. Bickerton, Esquire, Commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Oahu:
The undersigned Keoni Kapu and Lavinia Kapu, his wife, of Ewa, Island of Oahu, respectfully make application for the settlement of the Boundaries of those tracts or Ilis of land, known as Kuailima, Pohe and Kilau, situated at said Ewa, being Apana 47 of Land Commission Award No. 7713 to the late Victoria Kamamalu, which by purchase has become vested in said Lavinia Kapu. And said petitioners further say that so far as to them known the names of the lands adjoining said Kuailima and Pohe, and the names of the owners of the same are as follows, viz.:
The land of Kuai and Puukapu, owned by Manuel Puuiki; the lands of Kehia, Kapalai and Kaakauwaihau owned by Her Highness R. Keelikolani; and the land of Opukauila owned by the heirs of Dr. Ford;
That the names of the lands adjoining said Kilau, [page 417] and the owners of the same so far as known to these petitioners are as follows: the land of Namalua [?] owned by wife of Robert Austin, the land of Pualehua, owned by Raymond and on the makai side of said Kilau land owned by Manuel Puuiki, and on the mauka side land owned by Keakahu.
And said petitioners file herewith a map of said land of Kuailima, Pohe and Kilau marked Exhibit “A” and notes of survey of the same marked Exhibit “B.”
Wherefore said petitioners pray that a time and place may be fixed for hearing this petitioner and that the boundaries of said Kuailima, Pohe and Kilau may be settled and that all parties interested may be notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer hereof should not be granted.
Honolulu, March 30, 1880
Signed, Castle & Hatch, Attorneys for Applicants
December 1st 1880
Matter of Boundaries of Pohe, Kilau, Kuailima, Ewa.
Present, Applicant & her husband, W.P. Castle as their Attorney
Apana 47 of Land Commission Award No. 7713
Kaaiakia (kane) sworn ....
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.... y appear by reference to the records of the matter by me kept in Book No. 1, page 416, and it appearing to my satisfaction, that the true, lawful and equitable boundaries are as follows, viz.:
Apana 1, Kuailima & Pohe. He mau loi me ke kula.
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi Akau o keia, ma ka pou hema, a ka puka pa, ma ke kiha e loaa i ka Pahu Aupuni ma ka Hale Pule o Waiawa i ka
North 82° 21' West (line) a e holo ana (ma ke true mer)
South 33° 28' West 4.95 kaulahao ma Kehia no Keeliolani
South 41° 26' East 4.25 kaulahao ma Kapalai no Keeliolani
North 49° 48' East 1.131/2 kaulahao ma Opukaula na Keoni Kapu
South 30°35 East 7.45 kaulahao ma Opukaula na Keoni Kapu
North 57° 27' East 4.38 kaulahao ma Kaakauwaihoue
North 13°12' West 0.17 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi (R.P. 215)
North 55° 33' West 0.52 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 36° 20' West 0.77 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 24° 38' West 1.19 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 18° 29' West 0.50 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 34° 57' East 0.20 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 4° 46' East 1.04 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi
North 49° 53' West 1.29 kaulahao ma Puukapu no Nahi a hiki i ka pohaku nui palahalaha, ke kihi komohana o Puukapu (R.P. 215) alaila
North 36° 34' West 2.281/2 kaulahao ma kula
North 48° 34' West 6.41 kaulahao ma kula a hiki i ka hoomaka ana.
He 6.37 Eka
Apana 2. Kilau, He loko wai e kula
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi komohana akau o keia, ma kahawai, a e holo ana (true)
South 56° 52' West 1.36 kaulahao ma Pualehua
South 26° 9' East 1.46 kaulahao ma kula, moku ka pa pohaku a hiki i ke kihi mua a Puukapu (P.P. 215) (ma ke hiko e) loaa i ka pohaku palahalaha i kai, i ka
South 37° 35' West 6.27 kaulahao, a e holo hou
South 47° 7' East 3.96 kaulahao ma Puukapu (R.P. 215)
North 67° 51' East 2.87 kaulahao ma Kamalua, a hiki i ka pohaku nui alaila
North 51° 16' East 1.54 kaulahao ma Kamalua i Kilau, a malaila ae ma kahawai kahiko a hiki i ka hoomaka ana
He 11/4 Eka
Sgnd. P. Pahia, 21st Janu [sic] 1881
Witness my hand this 285h day of April A.D. 1881
Richard F. Bickerton, Commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Oahu
[No. 59, Kuailima, Pohe & Kilau Ilis, Waimano Ahupuaa, District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Park 1; 6.37 acres; Part 2, 1 ¼ Eka; 1881; Hawaiian transcribed by J. Quintero, Jr.]