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No. 8124, Helepalala, Koloa, Kauai Jan. 16, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: We, Helepalala and Muno, Hawaiian subjects living at Waioli on the island of Kauai, hereby state our claims for land, a claim of cultivation and of occupancy. These claims are together in one place as shown in the diagram:
I am, respectfully,
No. 8124, Helepalala, Claimant
Kokokaia, sworn, says - I know Claimant's lands in Waioli.
No. 1 is a Kalo field & kula adjoining in "Kaohe."
No. 2 is 1 loi called "Waiau."
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Kiakapa's land
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.... d in Waioli
Section 1 - Taro land.
Mauka by Kiniakapo's land
Halelea by Konohiki pasture
Makai by Waikunono river
Anahola by To the uplands, a trail.
Section 2 - One loi named Waiau and a pasture in Kaohe.
Mauka by Pohaka's land
Halelea by Nora's loi
Makai by Kaaikaula's loi
Anahola by Mana's loi.
Land from the Konohiki to Helepalala in 1844, no disputes to the present.
Maleko, sworn, he has seen the food garden and the pasture at Kaohe also a taro loi in Waiau. He has known in the same way as Kokookaia.
[Award 8124; R.P. 5263; Waioli Halelea; 1 ap.; 1 Ac 2 roods 25 rods; Waiau Waioli Halelea; 1 ap.; 1 rood 13 rods]