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No. 8130, Haluku, Wailau, Molokai, February 6, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you that I have a claim in the `ili of Kumuohia, Ahupua`a of Ahaino, Island of Molokai. There are three pauku in this land of mine - the taro lo`i is 37 fathoms by 15 fathoms and it is bounded mauka by Puakea for Kealohaaina, and makai by Kahei, for Paaua. The kula is 38 fathoms by 37 fathoms. The house lot is 33 fathoms by 33 fathoms. Those are my claims which are explained to you. If they are found valid, kindly award this to me, my own claim.
A respectful aloha to you all.
Haluku claims a moo in ili Kukuinui.
1842 is date of this claim. ....
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.... . 8130, Haluku, Wailau, September 27, 1853
Kaawakauo, sworn, I know his taro land in Kukuinui, Ahaino, Wailau.
It is bounded as follows:
Mauka, land of Kealohaaina
Halawa, a pali
Makai, land of Paawa
Kalaupapa, land of konohiki.
He received this apana of land from Kanihomole in 1842 and has had quiet and undisturbed possession ever since.The konohiki has 1 lo`i in this apana. I am the Deputy Konohiki of this land.
N.T. 189v6 [also page 110]
No. 8130, Haliku, May 31, 1849
Moo in Kukuinui ili, Ahaino.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kealohaaina
Manae by pali
Makai by Paaua
Malalo by stream.
Land received in 1842, 1 poalima is there. Haliku lived there in 1842.
[Award 8130; R.P. 2300; Kukuinui, Wailau; 1 ap. .40 Ac.]