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No. 3662, Kiaimoku, [North] Olohena Ahupuaa, District of Puna, Island of Kauai, Vol. 17, pps. 433-436 [LG Reel 6, 00764- 00768.tif]
Liliuokalani, By the Grace of God, Queen of the Hawaiian Islands
By this Her Royal Patent, the Hawaiian Government makes known unto all men, that She hath for herself, her heirs and successors, this day granted and given unto for the consideration of paid into the Royal Exchequer, all that piece of Land situate at
in the Island of and described as follows:
Whereas, by an Act entitled “An Act Authorizing the Minister of the Interior to issue Royal Patents (Grants) for certain Lands named in the Mahele of 1848, which may have reverted to the Government under the Act of 1860; and not disposed of by the Government in the meantime” Approved on the 16th day of December 1892 and whereas proper application having been made by H.A. Widemann that a Patent Grant be issued to Kiaimoku for the one half of the land of Olohena on the Island of Kauai, the said Kiaimoku being the Konohiki of said land named in the Mahele of 1848, on file in the Lan ....
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.... lf of Olohena
31. South 83° 55' East 87.00 chains along the south end of Olohena
32. South 89° 29' East 157.8 chains along the same
33. South 46° 10' East 131.4[?] chains along the same to a redwood post at the sea beach
[Blocked out Thence following?] up the boundary along the sea, being at high [missing water] line to initial point and containing an Area of
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Containing - 1217 - Acres, more or less; excepting and reserving to the Hawaiian Government, all mineral or metallic mines of every description.
To Have and to Hold the above granted Land in Fee Simple, unto the said Kiaimoku, his Heirs and Assigns forever.
Ourself at Honolulu, this whereof the President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands has hereto set his hand and caused the Great Seal of the Hawaiian Islands to be hereunto affixed this 3rd day of October, A.D. 1893, in the [blank] year of Our Reign.
(signed) Francis M. Hatch, Vice President
The Minister of the Interior
(signed) J.A. King
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[Land Patent Grant No. 3662, Kiaimoku, [North] Olohena Ahupuaa, District of Puna, Island of Kauai, 1216 Acres, 1893]