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Kailua Ahupuaa, District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume 3, pps. 29-31
In the matter of the Boundaries of the Ahupuaa of Kailua, in the District of Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Before William Foster, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
This matter came on for hearing before William Foster , Commissioner of Boundaries of the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands, at the Police Court Room in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Thursday, the Twenty-Sixth day of May, A.D. 1892, at 2:15 o'clock p.m.
Petition of Nannie R. Rice, by her attorney-in-fact W.F. Allen, was filed on May 12, 1892, representing that she is the owner of the Ahupuaa of Kailua, in the District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu: the same having been awarded by name to H. Kalama by Land Commission Award 4452: that the boundaries of said Ahupuaa have never been settled: that the adjoining lands and owners, so far as petitioner knows, are as follows: On the East, the Ahupuaa of Waimanalo, owned by the Crown: On the South, various Ilis belonging to the Crown and the Hawaiian Government: On the West, the Ahupuaa of Kaneohe, belonging to this petitioner. The matter was accordingly set for hearing at 2 p.m. on May 26, 1892, at the place above set forth.
Present: W.F. Allen, for Petitioner, and F.M. Hatch, his attorney.
Curtis P. Iaukea, for Commissioners of Crown Lands.
Return is made of service of notice of hearing on C.N. Spencer, Minister of the Interior, who fails to appear. Petitioner files Affidavit of Publication of notice of this hearing in the Hawaiian Gazette on May 17th and 24th , 1892; and produces a Map and Notes of Survey of said Kailua, made by W.R. Laurence, dated October 20, 1888.
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.... 5' East true 2,705 feet.
13. Thence along ridge of hills between Kalaheo and Kaneohe to a point bearing North 2° 0' Westtrue 1,980 feet.
14. Thence along ridge of hills between Kalaheo and Kaneohe to a point bearing North 62° 20' East true 1,090 feet.
15. Thence along ridge of hills between Kalaheo, Kaeleuli and Paalae in Kailua, and Kaneohe to a point bearing North 59° 30' East true 4,215 feet.
16. Thence along ridge of hills between Paalae and Kaneohe to a point at end of ridge bearing North 47° 50' East true 3,640 feet.
17. Thence across the low plains along Aikahi in Kaneohe, and Oneawa in Kailua, to a point bearing North 72° 30' East true 2,060 feet.
18. Thence across plains to a point on seashore near Aipalena's house, being point of beginning, bearing North 57° 0' East true 3,680 feet.
Given under my hand, at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands,
this Twenty-sixth day of May, in the ear Eighteen Hundred and Ninety Two.
William Foster, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
Costs: Attendance, 1 day, 10.00; Service of Notice 2, Certificate, Stamp on id. (same)1, 5.00; Description in Certificate, 6 folios @ 50c, 3.00; Record: 6 folios @50c 3, 5 folios @ 25c 1.25,4.25;
Paid May 31, 1892, $22.25
Certified Copy for Interior Dept. 8 folios @ 25c filed June 2, 1892, $2.00 paid January 31 
October 7th 1896. This record book was received by me from the Department of the Interior on this date. Frank S. Dodge, Commission of Boundaries, 1st Judicial District
[No. 101, Kailua Ahupuaa, District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, no amount given, (11885 acres), 1892]