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Kaulu Ili, Kailua Ahupuaa, District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu, Volume 3, pps 75-77
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 Ili of Kaulu, Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu
Honolulu, December 10th 1910
Proper application having been made to me November 9th 1910 by Kinney, Ballon, Prosser and Anderson, attorneys for Nannie R. Rice for the settlement of the boundaries of the Ili of Kaulu, Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, the application being as follows:
See page 71 for copy of application
[from Kuapuaa Ili, Certificate No. 112, p. 71]
Honolulu, November 9, 1910
M.D. Monsarrat, Esquire, Commissioner of Boundaries first Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
On behalf of Nannie R. Rice, owner of the Ilis below named, we hereby make application to have the boundaries of the following lands decided and certified to by you as Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit, viz.:
Ili of Kuapuaa, Mahele Award 22 to Kainalu
Ili of Kaulu, Mahele Award 44 to Kalaau
Ili of Kaeleuli, Mahele Award 51 to Haole
Ili of Papaloa, Mahele Award 64 to Kahoe
We enclose herewith a general description and survey of said lands by W.A. Wall, Surveyor together with a map showing the names of the adjoining lands and the names of the owners of the same where known.
Will you please take steps at once to settle the boundaries of these lands and issue your certificate as soon as possible.
Kinney, Ballon, Prosser and Anderson, (signed) Benjamin L. Man
Attorneys for Nannie R. Rice
[the following is back to the original Kaulu document]
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:
See page 72 for copies of newspaper notices
See page 72 for copies of Affidavits of Publication
[from page 72, Kuapuaa ili, Certificate No.112]
Royal Patent 8261
Proper application having been made to me by Kinney, Ballon, Prosser & Anderson, attorneys for Nannie R. Rice, for the settlement of the boundaries of the following ilis in Kailua and Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, 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 said boundaries at my office, Waity block, Honolulu, Saturday, December 10, 1910, at 10 o'clock a.m.
M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries, First Judicial Circuit
Honolulu, November 18, 1910
1824 [?] Nov. 18, 25, Dec. 2, 9
Hoolaha Palena Aina a Ke Komisina
Ma o ka waiho ponoia ana mai o ka palapala noi imua o`u e Kinney, Ballon, Prosser ame Anderson ma loio no Nannie R. Rice no ka hooponopono na palena aina o keia mau ili aina mahope ae nei maloko o Kailua ame Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu o ia hoi; ....
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.... . Dowling and J.F. Brown stated that they had objections to make.
W.A. Wall stated that he made the amended notes.
No one appearing at the hearing of this case to contest the said boundaries of the land as claimed, I therefore decree that the boundaries of the Ili of Kaulu are as follows.
Description of Kaulu, Mahele Award 44 to Kalaau, Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, Apana 1.
Beginning at a point on the southwest corner of this land on the ridge on boundary between Kawailoa and Kaulu from said point the Government Survey Station Olohana bears by true azimuth 21° 20' distant 4790 feet and running by true azimuths:
1.178° 30' 1340 feet the boundary being along the ridge along the government land of Kawailoa;
2. 170° 55' 530 feet the boundary being along the Government land of Kawailoa;
3. 276° 20' 1600 feet along 1932 (W. Holt) [Grant 1932 to Kamanu?]
4. 339° 40' 1000 feet along Ahupuaa N.R.R.
5. 67° 38' 1968 feet along Waiopihi N.R.R. to the initial point and containing an area of 54.50 acres, a little more or less.
Honolulu, December 8th 1910
Description of Kanaha, Lele of Kaulu
Mahele Award 44 to Kalaau, Apana 2
Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu
Beginning at the Southwest corner of this land at a point on the Waimanalo ridge from said point the Government Survey Station Olohana bears 154° 15' distance 2670 feet and running as follows by true azimuths:
1. 266° 50' 1735 feet along the land of Waimanalo, the top of the ridge being the boundary;
2. 255° 10' 1243 feet along same;
3. 236° 00' 1050 feet along same;
4. 226° 10' 1122 feet along same;
5. 191° 00' 980 feet along same;
6. 233° 50' 520 feet along same;
7. 162° 25' 488 feet along same;
8. 61° 50' 3235 feet along Kaioa, N.R.R.;
9. 20° 20' 530 feet along Kuailima, W.G. Irwin; [page 77]
10. 35° 20' 480 feet along Kuailima, W.G. Irwin;
11. 57° 10' 270 feet along Kuailima to Olohana ridge; [Olomana]
12. 76° 10' 1800 feet along Kuailima to Olohana ridge;
13. 339° 23' 535 feet along ridge to the initial point and containing an area of 149.50 acres, a little more or less
Honolulu, December 8th, 1910
I do hereby certify and decree that the foregoing are the true, lawful and equitable boundaries of the Ili of Kaulu, Ahupuaa of Kailua, District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu
Given under my hand at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, U.S.A., this tenth day of December A.D. 1910.
M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries, 1st Judicial Circuit
Hearing $10.00; Stamp 1.00; Certificate 2.00; Evidence 1100 words 2.75; Certificate 800 words 4.00; Advertising 3.94; Total 23.69.
December 31st 1910. A certified copy of the certificate of the boundaries of the Ili of Kaulu, Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu was filed by M.d. Monsarrat on this date
Josh D. Tucker, Chief Clerk
[No. 113, Kaulu Ili, Kailua Ahupuaa, District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission; 149.50 acres; 1910]