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Mahinui Ili, Kaneohe Ahupuaa, Koolaupoko District, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Oahu
Volume 3, pps 44-48
Before M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
In the matter of the Boundaries of the various pieces of the land of Mahinui in Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, September 27th 1902
Proper application having been made to me June 3, 1902, by J.M. Monsarrat, Attorney for Bruce Cartwright, Trustee of the Estate of Emma Kaleleonalani, deceased, for the settlement of the boundaries of the land of Mahinui in Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu.
After due notice in the P.C. Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers and also notices in writing as far as known to the adjoining owners and all other interested, the notice in said newspapers being as follows:
Boundary Commission Notice
Proper application having been made to me by J.M. Monsarrat, attorney for Bruce Cartwright, trustee of the estate of Emma Kaleleonalani, for the settlement of the boundaries of the various pieces of Mahinui, 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 boundaries at my office, Campbell block, Honolulu on Saturday, September 27, 1902 at 10 a.m.
M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries, First Judicial Circuit
Honolulu, September 4, 1902
Hoolaha a Ke Komikina Palena Aina
Mamuli o ke noi kupono i waihoia mai ia`u mai la J.M. Monsarrat mai ka lolo o Bruce Cartwright, kahu malama waiwai o ka waiwai o Emma Kaleleonalani, no ka hooponopono palena aina o na apana aina o Mahinui Kanoehe, Koolaupoko, Oahu, ke hoolaha ia aku nei i ka poe apau he kuleana aina ko lakou pili kokoke i ua mau aina ia ame ka poe he kuleana ko lakou iloko o na palena aina i olelo mua ia ae nei, e hoolohela ana keia hooponopono palena aina ma kuu keena, ma Campbell Kuee, Honolulu, I ka hora 10 a.m. o ka Poaono September 27, 1902.
M.D. Monsarrat, Komikina o na Palena aina Aha Kaapuni Ekahi
Honolulu, September 4, 1902
September 12, 19, 26
Hearing was held at my office Room 22, Campbell Block, corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Saturday, September 27th, 1902 at 10 o'clock a.m.
J.M. Monsarrat appeared for the estate of Emma Kaleleonalani; L.B. Marx for Mrs. N.R. Rice; C. Bolte for the Kaneohe Ranch; and H.H. Parker for himself.
J.M. Monsarrat filed a map and notes of survey of the land of Mahinui made by C.J. Lyons, Surveyor, and asked to have the boundaries of Mahinui settled according to said map and notes of survey.
Mr. C.J. Lyons, sworn says, I was engaged in 1874 by the government Survey to make a c ....
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.... feet along Waikalua of the Ahupuaa to a point of land;
5. North 36° 20' West true 775 feet along same;
6. North 18° 50' East true 590 feet along same;
7. North 15° 50' West true 336 feet along same;
8. North 60° 10' East true 996 feet to station by auwai;
9. South 23° 00' East true 770 feet to Kalokoai to initial point.
Area 38 3/10 Acres
(Dated & signed) C.J.L. 1874
No. 4 Loi in “Swamp”
Initial point the North angle of this
Local declination magnetic 9° 35'
Trig. Station No. 5 bears North 30° 10' West true distance 5040 feet.
“Hana i ke Ao” peak = No a [?] South 11° 45' East true [see below No. 5 Nana i ke Ao]
South 34° East true 255 on Crown land Waikalua waho
South 56° West true 120 feet Waikalua loko
North 28° West true 270 feet Kalokoai
North 56° Eat true 95 feet Kalokoai to initial point
Area 66/100 Acre
No. 5, Loi in “Swamp”
Initial point the north angle of this
Local declination needle 9° 30'
Trig. Station No. 5 bears North 22° 50' west true 4900 feet
No a “Nana i Ke Ao” 342° 55' true azimuth [see No. 4 above Hana i ke Ao]
South 25° 30' East true 470 feet along Keana of Boyd
South 64° 30' west true 50 feet along Keana of Boyd
North 25° 30' West true 470 feet Hopenui of ahupuaa [page 48]
North 64° 30' east true 50 feet Kalokoai of Ahupuaa to initial point.
(Signed & dated) C.J.L. 1874
the above surveys of Mahinui Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are hereby certified to be my surveys furnished to the Survey Office in 1874
(signed) Curtis J. Lyons, Surveyor
June 2, 1902
I adjudge the foregoing to be the true and lawful boundaries of the various pieces of the land of Mahinui in Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu.
Given under my hand at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, this twenty-seventh day of September in the year of our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and two.
M.D. Monsarrat, Commissioner of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii
Hearing $10.; Certificate 2.; Stamp 1; Evidence 1650 words 4.12; Certificate 1590 words 7.95; Advertising 9.50; [Total] $34.57
October 20th 1902
This record Book was received by me from the Department of Public Lands on this date.
October 29, 1902 This record book was received by the Department of Public Lands from M.D. Monsarrat on this date. Stephen Mahauley, Secretary
[No. 107, Mahinui Ili, Kaneohe Ahupuaa, Koolaupoko District, Island of Oahu, Boundary Commission, Lot 1, Area 69 4/10 acres; Lot 2, Area 69 4/10 acres; Lot 3, Area 38 3/10 Acres; Lot 4, Area 66/100 Acre; Lot 5, 55/100 Acre, 1902]