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Kaahaloa Iki, Lele of Ili of Pau, Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume 3, pps 57-61
Before M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, U.S.A.
In the Matter of the Boundaries of the Land of Kaahaloa, Manoa Valley, a Lele of the Ili of Pau, Waikiki, Kona, Oahu
Honolulu, January 11th 1908
Proper application having been made to me December 3rd 1907 by W.O. Smith, Esquire for Trustees of the Estate of W.C. Lunalilo, for the settlement of the boundaries of the land of Kaahaloa, Manoa Valley, a Lele of the Ili of Pau, Waikiki, Kona, Oahu, the application being as follows:
Honolulu, December 3rd, 1907
M.D. Monsarrat, Esquire, Boundary Commissioner, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
Sir: The Trustees of the Estate of William C. Lunalilo hereby make application for the settlement of the boundary of a portion of the Ili of “Pau” located at Kahaloa, Manoa, and described in plan and survey herewith. The said Ili of Pau was duly awarded to W.C. Lunalilo under Award 8559B, Volume 10 for the Awards, page 486. The adjoining titles and owners as far as known to this applicant.
Grant 63, C.M. Cooke, Trustee
Grant 161, Woodlawn Dairy Co.
Grant 29, J.A. Magoon,
Grant 645, Estate B. P. Bishop
Respectfully, W.O. Smith for Trustees William C. Lunalilo Estate
After due notice in the P.C. Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers and also notices in writing to the adjoining owners as far as known and all others interested, the notices in said newspapers being as follows:
Boundary Commissioner's Notice
Proper application having been made to me by W.O. Smith, for trustees W.C. Lunalilo Estate, for the settlement of the boundaries of Kaahaloa, Manoa Valley, a Lele of the Ili of Pau in Waikiki, Kona, Oahu. Notice is hereby given to all owners of adjoining lands and all persons interested in said boundaries that there will be a hearing for the settlement of the boundaries at my office, Waity Block, Honolulu, Saturday, January 11, 1908, at 10 o'clock a.m.
M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries, First Judicial Circuit
Honoluolu, December 2[?], 1907
Hoolaha Palena Aina a Ke Komisina
Mamuli a ka waiho poneoia,
o ka Ili o Pau, Waikiki, Kona, Oahu, nolaila, ke hoolahala aku nei ma keia, e noho ana ke Komisina e hoolohe I ua noi ia, ma ke Keena Ana aina Aupuni, Honolulu ma ka hora 10 a.m. o ka, Jan. 11, 1908.
Ke kauoha pu la aku nei, na poe mea kuleana e pili ana, e hele mai la manawa.
Komisina Hooponopono Palena aina apana Hookolokolo Ekahi.
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.... t he was well acquainted with the locality and was also satisfied with the survey, and as representing the owners of Grant 161 he agreed to and accepted the boundary between said Grant and the land of Kaahaloa as described.
No one appearing at the hearing of this case to contest the said boundaries as claimed I therefore decree that the boundaries of the land of Kaahaloa in Manoa, a Lele of Pau, Waikiki, District of Kona, Oahu are as follows:
Survey of Kaahaloa, Manoa Valley, a Lele of the Ili of Pau, Waikiki, Kona, Oahu
Title Land Commission Award 8550BB to W.C. Lunalilo
Commencing at the north corner of this piece at angle of taro patches at auwai, and running
1. South 41 45' East true 692 feet along Grant 63 to Kuhiapo and Kanehailua along Kuauna;
2. South 34 9' West true 311 feet along Grant 48 to Kamakea;
3. South 48 40' East true 132 feet along Grant 48 to Kamakea;
4. South 39° 8' West true 148.5 feet along edge of Kula land along Grant 161 to Rice & Co., Thence
5. North 49° 48' West true 858 feet along Grant 29 to Kalamakee to auwai; thence
6. North 32° 45' East true 244 feet along up auwai along Grant 645 to Kekuanaoa;
7. North 47° 28' East true 316 feet along auwai along Mahele Award 40 to Kalanikahua and Grant 61 to Kanakaiki to initial point
Area 8 92/100 Acres
Including Land Commission Award 8959 to Kuamoo, area 0.67 acres
Land Commission Award 8957 to Kahaumea, area 0.66 acres
[total:] 1.33 Acres
Balance to W.C. Lunalilo 7.59 Acres
Honolulu, October 28, 1881
(signed) M.D. Monsarrat, Surveyor
I adjudge the foregoing to be the true and lawful boundaries of the land of Kaahaloa in Manoa Valley, a Lele of the Ili of Pau, Waikiki, Kona, Oahu.
Given under my hand at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, this eleventh day of January, 1908.
W.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii.
Hearing 10.00; Certificate 2.00; Stamp 1.00; Evidence 2200 words5.50; Certificate 500 words 2.50; Advertising 10.70; [total] $31.70
January 10, 1908, This record book was received by me from the Department of Public Lands on this date.
January 22, 1908, this record book was returned to the Department of Public Lands by M.D. Monsarrat on this date
Henry Peters, first Clerk
January 22, 1908, A certified copy of the Certificate of the boundaries of Kaahaloa was filed in the Department of Public Lands by M.D. Monsarrat on this date
Henry Peters, First Clerk
[No. 109, Kaahaloa Lele, Manoa Valley, Ili of Pau, Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, 7.59 acres, 1908]