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No. 8138, Halulu, January 25, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my kihapais and house lot and the planted trees.
The kihapais consist of 7 mala on the kula, 3 at pahee*, 4 within ulu*, 1 at apaa* and 16 taro mala between apaa and the ama'u [fern zone]. 1 is in the forest. In the ili of Naalapa at Makanaike, there are 2 [kihapai] on the kula and 1 within ulu*, and there are 10 taro mala between apaa* and the ama'u [fern zone]. The house lot length is 96 fathoms. There are 1 kou tree, 2 hala trees, 1 thorn tree, 4 loulu palm trees. Mauka is 1 mala of coffee.
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.... on 8 - Pasture.
Mauka by konohiki
Ka`u by Kahikie ili
Makai by konohiki
Kohala by Lanipalapala o ili.
2 cultivated kihapais.
Section 9 - House lot.
Mauka by idle land
Ka`u by Kanauliole's land
Makai by road
Kohala by Kahaoi's land.
Halulu has enclosed the land, 2 houses for him and his people, they live there.
Old residents of the land since Kamehameha I, no one has objected. 2 palm trees, 2 pandanus trees, 1 potato kihapai. Halulu had planted these trees and potato.
Kapaniau, sworn, Both have known exactly as Kea had related above.
[Award 8138; R.P. 4966; Holualoa 4 N. Kona; 2 ap.; 1.15 Acs]