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Kapahulu Ili, Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume 1, No. 1, pps 63-70
Ili Aina o Kapahulu Waikiki Oahu
No na palena o Kapahulu Ili Aina i loko o Waikiki ame Palolo mokupuni o Oahu
Ma ka la 14th Januari M.H.1869. ua waiho mai na mea Hanohano Charles Kanaina a me ka Mea Hanohano Charles C. Bishop na Kahu ma ke kino ame waiwai o H.R.H. Prince W.C. Lunalilo i ka palapala e nonoi ana e hooponoponoia na palena o Kapahulu, Ili Aina ma Waikiki mokupuni Oahu e like me ia malalo ae nei.
Honolulu Januari 14th 1869
To the Honorable W.P. Kamakau Commissioner of Boundaries of the Island of Oahu.
The undersigned guardians of the person and Estate of William C. Lunalilo would respectfully ask that the boundaries of the Ili of Kapahulu in Waikiki Island of Oahu may be defined and settle in accordance with the act approved June 22nd, 1868.
The said land is bounded as follows and Honorable Charles Kanaina will furnish when required the names of the witnesses to prove the boundaries
Aoao Hikina o Kahala no O. Kamamalu
Aoao Hikina o Waialae Nui no O. Kamamalu
Aoao Akau o Waiomao no Aina Lei Alii
Aoao Komohana o Kekio no L. Keekapu (wahine)
Aoao Komohana o Pahoa no J. Kahai
Aoao Komohana o Kalaepohaku no J. Kahai
Aoao Komohana o Kaluaolohe no Kahanaumaikai
Aoao Komohana o Nukumukuaula no Captain Mahuka
Aoao Hema o Kaneloa no Aina Lei Alii
Aoao Hema o Kaluaolohe no Aina Aupuni
He kai ahiki i ka Lae o Kupikipikio pili me Kahala. Ekolu Apana Aina ua pili wale no me ka poe i haiia maluna. [page 64]
Inoa, Charles Kanaina, Charles R. Bishop, Guardians of William C. Lunalilo per C.R.B. [Charles R. Bishop]
Honolulu, October 23d 1869
Ua kauohaia ka poe e pili ana ko lakou aina ia Kapahulu e akoakoa ae ma ko`u hale noho me Peleula Honolulu, Oahu ma ka hora 10 a.m. no ka hoolohe i ka lawe ana ina Olelo hoike o Kapahulu Ili Aina ma Waikiki, mokupuni o Oahu.
J.W. Makalena, Hoohikiia, Apana 1.
Noho au ma Honolulu nei he ana aina ka`u oihana. A ma ka malama o September, M.H.1858, ua hoouna ia wau e Honorable Charles Kanaina e hele e ana ia Kapahulu. o Keliieleele ame Mahana na kamaaina kahiko o Waikiki a me Palolo. Mahope o ko laua ike a me ko laua kamaaina ina palena o Kapahulu a puni. A mamuli o ko laua kuhikuhi ana wau i ana ai ia Kapahulu apuni.A penei ko`u ike no na palena o Kapahulu.
E hoomaka ana ana ke Anakea ma ka Auwai o Kaneloa. oia hoi kahi i hui ai o Kapahulu me ke Ohua One i ka Paaina, holo aku no mailaila a hiki i ka Pa pohaku o ka Moi. ma laila aku holo Lepo alaula ae no Kapahulu Lepo Alialia mai no Kaneloa a pili aku ia Kekio (E nana i ka aoao 32 o keia Book Apana 3. Ooia na palena malaila e pili ana me Kekio mai ke kihi komohana aku o ka Heiau. Alaila holo no mai laila aku honua ae no Kapahulu pali iho no Kekio. Alaila holo no ma ia pali a hiki i Kaluaholea ma ia kakai pali no e holo ai a hiki i ke one kai. holo no ma ia kahakai a hiki i ka Lae o Kupikipikio ma ka Leina Kawa o Mahi Kawa. Alaila holo i uka a ke alanui kupono i ke kakai pali e kaawale ai o Kahala, holo no ma ia kakai pali a pau mai o Kahala. Alaila, holo pololei hou aku a hiki i Puuoili, ma laila aku a hiki i ka lae pohaku ma ka aoao komohana o ke kahawai o Waialae malaila aku holo i uka ma ka pali honua mai no Kapahulu pali [page 65] aku no Waialae. Alaila holo no ma laila a hiki i kahi i kapaia o Kalepeamoa, alaila, pili me Waiomao (Aina Lee Alii). Alaila, holo i kai ma ke kakai pali, a pili me Kekio (Aina o Lilia Keekapu [wahine]) holo no ma ia paluia hiki i ka Puu i Mauumae a i ke alanui Aupuni. Alaila holo komohana ma ka lihi mauka o ke alanui Aupuni a pili me Pahoa (Aina o J. Kahai) i ke alanui. Alaila holo i kai a hiki i ka pohaku kau kanaka ma ke alanui, malaila aku a pili me Kaluaolohe (Aina o Kahanaumaikai). mailaila aku a pili me Nukumukiaula (Aina o Captain Mahuka) a ma laila aku a hiki i ka hui ana o Kapahulu, Kaneloa, Hamohamo ame Nukumukuaula ma ke Anakee Auwai
Lilia Keekapu (wahine), Hoohikiia, Noho au ma Palolo me ka`u kane mare me Pehu. A he mau kamaaina maua no Palolo, a he mau kanaka kamaaina e iho no hoi kekahi ia Palolo a me Waikiki, a na ia poe i kuhikuhi mai ia`u ina palena o Kapahulu Palolo a me Waikiki. Ua like no ko`u ike ina palena o Kapahulu me ka J.W. Makalena i hai iho nei.
E hoomaka ana ma ke Anakee Auwai o Kaneloa Hanohano Kapahulu a me Nukumukuaula. Alaila, i ka hikina ma ke kuauna a hiki i ke Ahua one i ka Paaina malaila aku ka holo ana a hiki i ka Papohaku a ka Moi. malaila aku ka holo ana e pili ana i ka Lepo Alialia a me ka Lepo ulaula Lepo Alialia aku no Kaneloa, Lepo ulaula ae no Kapahulu pela ka holo ana a pili ia Kekio. A hiki i ke kihi komohana o ka Heiau, honua ae ma luna no Kapahulu pali iho no Kekio. Alaila holo no ma ia pali a hiki i Kaluahole, a ma ia kahakai pali no e holo ai a hiki i ke one kai, holo no ma ia kahakai a hiki i ka Lae o Kupikipikio ma ka Leina Kawa o Mahi Kawa. Alaila holo i uka i ke alanui a kupono i ke kakai pali e kaawale ai o Kahala. Alaila holo no ma ia kakai pali a pau mai pale mai o Kahala. Alaila holo aku no a Puuoili malaila a ku a ka Lae pohaku ma ka aoao malalo nei o ke kahawai o Waialae. Alaila holo i uka ma ia pali o ka honua ae no Kapahulu pale aku no Waialae, holo no mai laila aku a hiki i Kalepeamoa. Alaila pili aku no Waiomao (Aina o ka Moi). Alaila holo i kai [page 66] ma ke kakai pali a pili me Kekio malaila aku no a ka Puu i kapaia o Kauumae a ke alanui Aupuni. Alaila holo komohana ma ka lihi mauka o ke alanui Aupuni, a pili ia Pahoa i ke alanui Aupuni. Alaila holo i kai a hiki i ka pohaku kau kanaka, mai laila aku holo no a pili ia Kaluaolohe, malaila aku a pili me Nukumukuaula, malaila aku a hiki i ka hui ana o Kapahulu, Kaneloa, Hamohamo a me Nukumukuaula ma ke Anakee Auwai.
Hale Hookolokolo April 27th 1872
Ua kauoha ia na Mea Hanohano Charles Kanaina, C.R. Bishop, His Excellencee John O. Dominis, L. Keekapu (wahine) ame J. Kahai e akoakoa ae ma ka Hale Hookolokolo ma ka hora 10 a.m. o ka la i haiia maluna no ka hoolohe i ka hoopuka ana i ka Olelo Hooholo o Kapahulu, Ili aina ma Waikiki, Oahu. a ma ia la ua hele mai o Honorable J.W. Makalena ma ke kauoha a John O. Dominis, ke Komisina o na Aina o ka Moi ame na Aina Lei Alii e hoopanee i ka hoopuka ana i ka Olelo Hooholo. A lawe hou mai lakou i mau hoike hou no ka palena mawaena o Waialae a me Kapahulu. Ua hoopanee ia a ka Poalima la 3rd May.
Poalima May 3rd 1872
Lulea (kane), Hoohikiia, Noho au ma Waialae he kamaaina au no Waialae ua hanau ia wau malaila ma ka hoi ana o Liholiho Kamehameha II ia Hawaii. A ua maopopo ia`u na na palena o Waialae e pili ana me Kapahulu, na Nakoikukui ko`u makuakane i kuhikuhi mai ia`u ina palena. A penei na palena.
E hoomaka ana ma ka Lae o Kupikipikio, alaila holo a hiki i ka Puu o Leahi malalo mai ma ka aoao manae o ka puu, a ma laila aku holo pololei i uka a hiki i ka Pahu Hae. A malaila aku holo a hiki i kahi i kapaia o Keahuhukiai, he Oioina ia. A malaila aku holo a hiki i Paina, he moo ia, e holo ana i uka mawaina [sic] o ke kula o Palolo ame Waialae. Alaila holo a hiki i kahi i kapaia o Kaukaki, he puali ia, oia kahi i hui ai i Waialae me Waiomao. Alaila holo loa i Waialae a kiei i ka pali o Koolau. [page 67]
Captain Mahuka, Hoohikiia, Ua hanau ia wau ma Waialae. A hanai ia no au malaila e ko`u mau makua. Ua noho ko`u mau makua ma keia aina a hiki mai ia`u mai ke kaua ana ona Nuuana nei. A na`u no i hoomaka iho nei i ke ana ona.A penei na palena
E hoomaka ana mai ka Lae mai o Kupikipikio. Alaila holo a hiki i Kalahu, mai laila aku holo a hiki i ka aoao malalo nei o Kaimuki, he puu pohaku ia a he puu lepo ia mai laila aku holo a hiki i Keahuhukiai. Alaila holo a Manumae mai laila aku holo ma ka lihi pali o Palolo ili mai ka pohaku no Palolo, kaa ka pohaku no Palolo, holo no ma ia lihi pali a hiki i Kauhaki, he alanui ia e iho ai. A e pii ai na kanaka o Palolo ame Waialae, o kahi i kapaia o Paina a me Keawawanui no Waialae no ia. A ma ka puali o Kauhaki i hui ai o Waialae me Waiomao. Ua maopopo keia mau palena ia`u ma ke kauoha a ko`u mau makua ina kanaka o Waialae e hele e mahi Uala ma Paina na ke Alii Wahine Kaahumanu.
Ili aina o Kapahulu iloko o Palolo, mokupuni Oahu. Apana II
L. Keekapu (wahine), Hoohikiia, Noho au ma Palolo mai ka hiki ana mai o Liholiho Kamehameha II ia Oahu nei, a hiki i keia manawa. Ua ike au ina palena o ka Ili aina i Kapahulu iloko o Palolo. E hoomaka ana keia aina mai Piliamoo aku, alaila holo a kau i luna o ka pali. Alaila holo no ma ia lihi pali a pili me ka aina o ka haole me Kaauweloa [sic.] he aina Aupuni ia he Lele no Kaneloa. Alaila, holo ilalo o ka honua a hiki i ke kahawai, no Kapahulu ke kahawai. Alaila holo a hiki i ka aina i kapaia o Keaunaia, oia ka palena mauka. Alaila holo hikina a pela me Kekio. Alaila, holo pu i kai a hiki i kahi i kapaia o Kaaipuaa. [page 68] Alaila, holo komohana a hiki i ke kahawai. Alaila, ae aku he pohaku ia. Alaila holo no i Ewa he pohaku no ia, makai o Kekio, mauka o Kapahulu holo aku he mau wahi Loi a mawaena aku olaila, he wahi Hale a me kahi auwai, malaila aku holo hou i kai a hiki i ka puka Lio. Alaila, holo ma ke Ahua a pili me Pukele ma ka aoao hikina o Kapahulu ma ka aoao komohana holo a ke kahawai nui, mai laila aku a hiki i kahi i hoomaka ai.
Kahananui, Hoohikiia, Noho au ma Palolo, he kamaaina wau no laila. A no laila no ko`u mau makua. Ua hanau ia no wau malaila ma ma ka A.D.1825. Ua ike au ina palena o keia aina.
E hoomaka ana ma Piliamoo he Lae pohaku ia e pili ana me Pahoa. Alaila holo iluna o ka pali ili aku ka pohaku no Kalaepohaku, kaa mai ka pohaku no Kapahulu, holo no ma ia lihi pali a hui me Kaaweloa, he aina Aupuni ia. Alaila holo ilalo a hiki i ke kahawai, no Kapahulu ia, holo no mai laila aku a hiki i ke poo auwai o Wiliwilikau pili me Keaunaia aina o M. Kekuanaoa. Alaila, holo hikina a pae ma kela kapa a hui me ka loi konohiki o Kekio. Alaila, holo hou i kai o Kekio maluna o Kapahulu malalo holo no a kahi i kapaia o Kamilo, he ili aina no ia no Kekio. Alaila holo komohana a kau ma kela aoao o ke kahawai he poo ia no ke kahua maika i kai o Kekio no ma ka aoao hikina o Kapahulu ma ka aoao komohana, holo aku no a hiki i ka pa. Alaila, hui me Pukele, o Pukele ma ke kahawai o Kapahulu, o Kapahulu maluna, holo no a hiki i Piliamoo, oia no kahi i hoomaka ai. [page 69]
Ili aina o Kapahulu iloko o Palolo ma ke kuahiwi. Apana III
L. Keekapu (wahine), Hoohikiia, E hoomaka ana keia aina ma ka aoao o ke alanui pii o Kapukalehua. Alaila, malaila aku a ka Leina o Kahili ma ka lihi pali, honua mai no Kekio, pali aku no Kapahulu. Alaila holo a hiki i kahi i kapaia o Peeue. Oia ke alanui e iho ai i Kaauhalimoa, mauka no o Kekio, makai no o Kapahulu malaila aku a Makehee. Malaila aku holo i kai ma ke kualapa, a loaa ka pohaku i kapaia o Pohakuloa, holo no a Puuiki malaila aku a hiki i Kapukalehua oia kahi i hoomaka ai.
Kahananui, Hoohikiia, Ua ike au ina palena o keia aina o Kapahulu ma ke kuahiwi o Palolo. Apana III
E hoomaka ana ma Laumaeakulolo holo hikina a hui me Kekio, holo aku no a hiki i Namomoku. Alaila, pii pololei ma ke alanui i kapaia o Haunakio, ke pili nei no o Kekio ma ka aoao hikina, a ma ka aoao komohana o Kapahulu, ho ....
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.... Mahuka land, since I was a boy. I don't know of case Kanaina had before Kamakau to settle boundaries of Kapahulu; after death of Kekuanaoa (died in 1868) Mahuka put me in charge of land; the cattle ran on Kapahulu. Mahuka leased it. I never knew of cattle being taken for [crossed over word] trespass in Waialae, as I have described it. I am living at Waialae-Nui under Mahuka's son. I live on the Konohiki land now. I don't know of the time Mahuka had no lease. I helped at time Webster made survey. I was a small boy and carried iron pins [page 18]. He went over the boundaries as I have described them today. When Mahuka showed me boundaries; it was at time of survey by Webster, Kawaihaku, Kawaihaku Junior, Kaohi were some of the buys [boys?] with Webster. Kawaihaku Senior and Mahuka were the grown people. I don't remember seeing Keowahi there. Kawaihaku Senior carried head of chain. Kawaihaku Junior carried the other end. He also carried some of the lines. He was a larger boy than I was. I went on foot as far as Kalepeamoa. That is the only time I knew of Webster making a survey. Mahuka did not show me the boundaries again, when he put me in charge of the land.
Kua, sworn, states, I live at Waialae & have for over 20 years. My parents live there. I know boundaries between Waialae and Kapahulu. It runs from Kupikipikio to base of Daimond Head; then along base to Kalahu; then on this side of Kaimuki to “KeahuKailiai” then to Maumai, along top of pali to Kalepeamoa. Mahuka never showed me Boundaries of Waialae-iki.
Cross-examined: Mahuka showed me these boundaries when I was a boy. There were a lot of us boys together; he showed us so that we could take up trespass animals; he did not show us the East boundaries for he had Waialae-iki at that time; he did show us the East Boundaries of Waialae-iki; it followed up a ridge. Mahuka had a lease of Kapahulu. I did not go with Webster when he made the survey.
Kamaka, kane, sworn, states, I live at Waialae-nui & have since I was a child. I know the boundaries between Waialae-Nui and Kapahulu. My father showed me. From Kupikipikio it runs to “Pahakukai;” then to “Koheapili” and from there to Kalahu, then along the side of “Kaimuki;” then to “Maumai” along top of pali to Kalepeamoa, beginning at Kalahu & going mauka, Kapahulu would be on Honolulu side, and Waialae-Nui on other side. I don't know how far Waialae-iki comes towards Honolulu, for I did not go on Webster survey.
Cross-examined: My father's name was Kaawa. He was a witness before Kamakau. My father told me all this when he was old and feeble. He took me on the land and showed me boundaries on that side because there was some dispute. Our house was near Kupikipikio. We went up to Kalepeamoa; we went on foot. My father was one of Mahuka's kahus. It was after the case before Kamakau and Makalena.
S.K. Kaai, sworn, states, I have lived at Waialae at various times, with Mahuka, who was my uncle. The longest time I lived there was for about one year. I only knew of the boundaries recently when Mahuka showed them to me; he started from Kupikipikio [sic] to “Kamaiopili,” then round base of Daimond Head to Kalahu; from there to Government road; from there he said it went up to Kalepeamoa; he only went with me as far as Government road; he said a part of Waialae-iki covers and joined Government road and [page 20] Kapahulu. Telegraph Station is on Waialae-Nui; there is a pile of stones along there that he said was placed there when Webster made his survey. My Uncle lived there from time he was a child and my Grand-father before him. There was a woman, who was a relative of our family on the land before Mahuka. Her name was Kaholohau. After she died Mahuka came on the land, but they did not put in their claim for it. They let the Chief put in his claim for the land.
Cross-examined. I became attorney for Keliikolani in 1877. It was after that my Uncle showed me these boundaries. I think in 1878.
Lukia, wahine, sworn, states, I have lived at Waialae-Nui from about time the old Fort was destroyed up to present time. I don't know the boundaries between Kapahulu and Waialae-Nui. I heard the Telegraph Station was on Waialae-Nui.
C.J. Lyons, sworn, states, I have made a survey of that part of this island, but not of any particular lands. I have no notes of Webster's Survey.
R.W. Meyers, sworn, states, This map is Webster's survey of Waialae-nui. I got it at Keliikolani's house.
Mr. Hatch offers in evidence Royal Patent No. 3578 of Waialae-iki and and [sic] copy of notes of Webster's survey of that land.
Mr. Hatch reads his case.
Mr. Dole offers in rebuttal the evidence of Keonaho's evidence taken in case [page 21] before Kamakau on pages 69 and 70 of the records.
Matter closed on all sides. [?] arguments made by Counsel
June 29th 1883
From all the evidence taken in the above Matter I find and certify the boundaries of the said land to be as set forth in Survey filed with the Petition as follows:
No. 2, No. 69 (see No. 5) & 81
Certificate of Boundaries of the Land of Iliaina of Kapahulu, Apana 1, District of Kona, Island of Oahu
Land Commission Award No. 8559B, apana 32.
Commission of Boundaries, 1st Judicial Circuit
R.F. Bickerton, Esquire, Commissioner
In the Matter of the boundaries of the Iliaina of “Kapahulu”, apana 1, District of Kona, Island of Oahu
An application to decide and certify the boundaries of the Land of Iliaina of Kapahulu, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, having been filed with me on the 24th day of May 1883, by S.B. Dole and W.O. Smith, a majority of the trustees of the Lunalilo Estate in accordance with the Provisions of an Act to facilitate the Settlement of boundaries &c approved on the 22nd day of June A.D. 1868, now therefore, having duly received and heard all testimony [page 22] offered in reference to the said boundaries, 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, page 6 and it appearing to my satisfaction that the true lawful and equitable boundaries are as follows, viz.:
Commencing at the Government Survey Station Maumae (Marked by an iron pin) from which the Survey Station Kaimuki bears South 12° 57 West true 2922 feet and Leahi Station bears South 27° 9 West true and running
1. North 28° 48' East true 2948 feet along Kekio, Land Commission Award 5931 to Pehu, the edge of Pali being the boundary;
2. 42° 33' East true 603 feet along same;
3. North 59° 22' West true 317 feet along same to cross on stone;
4. 47° 58' East true 2063 feet along same to the East corner of Kekio on edge of pali at a place called Paina;
5. North 81° 40' East true 520 feet along Waiomao (Crown) the edge of Pali being the boundary;
6. North 89° 41' East true 832 feet along same to a cross cut on a stone at a place called Kalepeamoa; thence
7. South 10° 8' West true 7186 feet along Waialae-nui to a point near a stone marked with a cross;
8. North 43° 38' West true 955 feet along Waialae-iki, Land Commission Award 10613 to A. Paki; [page 23]
9. North 64° 55' West true 2423 feet along same;
10. South 62° 45' West true 857 feet along same;
11. North 53° 52' West true 118 feet along same;
12. North 28° 4' East true 1161 feet along Kekio to initial point.
Area 399 Acres
Commencing at a pile of stones 50 feet mauka of the Government Road to Waialae at the East corner of Pahoa, From which pile of stones the government Survey Station Kaimuki bears South 34° 6' East true and running
1. South 35° 00' West true 1495 feet across road along Pahoa, Land Commission Award 8515 to a stone marked thus [horizontal bar with angled arm on bottom or arrow with no top point] which is South 20° 15' East true 235 feet from an alter shaped rock;
2. South 51° 00' West true 983 feet along Kaluaolohe, land Commission Award 5873;
3. South 55° 30' West true 1144 feet along same to a rock marked thus [same as above]; thence
4. South 45° 20' West true 547 feet along the Government land of Nukunukuaula to a stone marked thus [same as above] whence rock “Kaukanaka” bears South 66° 00' West true 164 feet distant;
5. South 29° 20' West true 1254 feet along Kanukaaula of Mahuka, land Commission Award 35 F.L.
6. North 39° 30' West true 660 feet along same to stone wall;
7. South 64° 30' West true 234 feet along same;
8. South 55° 30 West true 198 feet along same to the North angle of Kanoloa at Auwai; thence
9. South 26° 50' East true 1000 feet along Kanoloa [Kanaloa], Crown Land, to North gate post of park;
10. South 18° 20' East true 1662 feet along same to a Granite post;
11. South 25° 21' west true 1593 feet along same to a Granite post at North [page 24] Corner of Kapua;
12. South 1° 40' West true 1655 feet along Kapua, Land Commission Award 5931 to Pehu (passing heiau of Papaenaena);
13. South 19° 30' East true 630 feet along same;
14. South 55° 30' East true 1710 feet along Grant 3219 in Kaluahoe to a marked rock in a small ravine South 11° 00' West true from Summit of Leahi;
15. South 9° 10' West true 110 feet to sea;
16. South 88° 32' East true 7142 feet along sea shore to a cross cut in Rocky point called Kupikipikio; Thence
17. North 22° 58' West true 752 feet along Waialae-Nui to a cross on a stone or rocky hill;
18. North 10° 19' East true 6544 feet along Waialae-Nui across plains to a pile of stones on the top of a coral hill called Puu Oili, from which pile of stones the Government Survey Station Kaimuki bears North 71° 50' West true 3721 feet and Leahi Station bears South 54° 43' West true; thence
19. North 10° 8' East true 870 feet along Waialae-nui;
20. North 79° 56' West true 600 feet along Waialae-iki, Land Commission Award 10613 to A. Paki;
21. South 84° 50' West true 619 feet along same;
22. North 83° 35' West true 652 feet along same;
23. North 68° 52' West true 1610 feet along same;
24. South 81° 52' West true 595 feet along same;
25. South 89° 50' West true 585 feet along same;
26. North 24° 10' East true 1736 feet along same and across Government road to point on upper edge of same;
27. North 61° 18' West true 2080 feet along Kekio, Land Commission Award 5931 to Pehu to initial point [page 25]
Area 1785 44/100 Acres
Total Area 2183 44/100 acres
Witness my hand this 29th day of June A.D. 1883
Richard F. Bickerton, boundary Commissioner for Island of Oahu.
Notice of Appeal filed on 29th of June 1883 to Supreme Court in Banco, by F. M. Hatch, attorney for Bernice P. Bishop and Charles R. Bishop, also Bond filed same day and costs paid up to date.
Dole paid $9 for Certificate
[No. 69 and No. 81, Kapahulu Ili, Waikiki Ahupuaa, Kona District, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Parcel A, 399 acres; Parcel B. 1785.44 acres; total 2184.44 acres, 1883]