Boundary Commission

1879 055 Lunalilo, William C.
Certification: 055
Ahupua`a: Waikiki
District: Kona
Island: Oahu
Ownership: Lunalilo, William C.
Misc:
Year: 1879
Statistics: 11557 characters 1936 words
Pau Ili, Apana 29, Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume 1, No. 2, pps 388-393

In the Matter of the Application of J. Mott Smith, Edwin O. Hall and S.B. Dole, Trustees under the will of William C. Lunalilo, deceased for the settlement of Boundaries of the Ili of Pau and the Leles thereof. Land Commission Award No. 8559B, Apana 29, at Waikiki, Island of Oahu

Application

Boundary Commissioner of the Island of Oahu

Application for certificate of the boundaries of the Ili of Pau and the Leles thereof, in Waikiki and Manoa, Island of Oahu

To Richard F. Bickerton, Esquire, commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Oahu

J. Mott Smith, Edwin P. Hall and Sanford B. Dole, trustees under the will of William C. Lunalilo, deceased, show as follows: the Ili of Pau situate in Waikiki on said Oahu was awarded by the Land Commissioner to the said William C. Lunalilo by name only and not by boundaries decided or set forth in the award.

Belonging to the said Ili as Leles thereof and as such held by the said William C. Lunalilo during his lifetime under the said award are seven pieces of land, six of which are situate in said Waikiki and one in said Manoa.

The owners of the adjoining lands to the said Ili of Pau, so far as known to your petitioners, are Kiikaalani, wife of Zoe living in Nuuanu, Makoko, Keiki and Paoa living in said Waikiki. Kapule and Ruth Keelikolani, and Kamalie.

The owners of the adjoining lands to “Kaihikapu and Milohai” one of the said leles, are, so far as known to your petitioners, Crown Commissioners; Keiki, Kawai, [page 389] Nailipelapela, Antone Lopez, and Ruth Keelikolani.

The owners of the adjacent lands to Maui, one of the said leles, are, so far as known to your petitioners, Paoa, Keiki, Hawaiian Government and a Chinaman.

The owners of the adjoining lands to Opukaaleekula and fish pond, one of the said Leles, are, so far as known to your petitioners, Ruth Keelikolani, Hananamoku, Maria Kehai and Likelike.

The owners of the adjoining lands to Opukaala “he mau loi elua” designated in the notes of survey as Apana 2 of Opukaala and being two kalo patches separate from each other, are so far as known to your petitioners- as to the mauka of the said two kalo patches: Koloko, Pekelo, and the heirs of Hukahiko, and as to the makai patch, Wailemi and the heirs of Kukahiko.

The owners of the adjoining lands to the lands, to the lele, designated in the notes of survey as “mau loi 8 ka pauku kahawai,” are, so far as known to your petitioners, Kahanamoku, Kaneaia and the wife of Henry Huolte[?].

The owners of the adjoining lands to Kaahaloa, one of the said leles situate in said Manoa, are, so far as known to your petitioners, the ....

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.... o redwood post;
North 68° 04' West (true bearing) 385.4 feet along Land Commission Award 104F.L. to redwood post;
South 53° 57' West (true bearing) 91.7 feet along Land Commission Award 104F.L. to redwood post on bank;
South 49° 02' East (true bearing) 552.46 feet along Land Commission Award 104F.L. to redwood post;
South 35° 22' East (true bearing) 660 feet along Land Commission Award 104F.L. to stream 113.5 feet beyond redwood post;
North 71° 03' East (true bearing) 124.1 feet along Land Commission Award 104F.L. to iron stake by road near bridge
Thence at a right angle to the south, 10 feet to middle of stream; thence along centre of old auwai;

North 63° 30' East (true bearing) 102 feet along Land Commission Award 6386
North 46° 25' East (true bearing) 104 feet along Land Commission Award 6386;
North 60° 15' East (true bearing) 128 feet along Land Commission Award 6386;
North 76° 00' East (true bearing) 390 feet along Land Commission Award 6386;
North 24° 56' West (true bearing) 213 feet along Land Commission Award 1765; [page 393]
North 24° 48' West (true bearing) 127 feet along Land Commission Award 867;
North 28° 20 East (true bearing) 73 feet
North 26° 03' West (true bearing) 240.2 feet along Land Commission Award 1775 to post on Kuauna;
North 33° 35' West (true bearing 151.8 feet along Land Commission Award 1775;
North 43° 26' West (true bearing) 132 feet along Land Commission Award 1775 to redwood post;
North 53° 20' West (true bearing) 178 feet to red wood post;
South 50° 15' West (true bearing) 89.1 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 64° 30' West (true bearing) 89.1 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 83° 50' West (true bearing) 63.4 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 16° 15' West (true bearing) 87.8 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 51° 25' West (true bearing) 85.8 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 75° 40' West (true bearing) 66.0 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 88° 05' West (true bearing) 182.2 feet along Land Commission Award 1409;
North 16° 30' West (true bearing) 27 feet along Land Commission Award 1409 to middle of stream;
South 79° 30' West (true bearing) 215 feet to Grant 3098;
South 40° 00' East (true bearing) 15 feet to initial point.
Total area 24 27/100 Acres as per survey made by J.F. Brown, Surveyor, dated December 1879

Witness my hand this 24th day of December A.D. 1879
Richard F. Bickerton, Commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Oahu

[No. 55, Pau Ili, Apana 29, Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission; 24.27 acres, 1879]