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No. 8148, Hewahewa, January 25, 1848
Greetings to you, Z. Kaauwai: I hereby tell you of my ili, named Pualea 1, in the ahupua`a of Keopu 3. Kaai is the name of the konohiki. My ili was received from Kaholi. Furthermore, I have some kihapai at Poolani 1, 2 of taro and 2 of sweet potatoes. Furthermore, I have 4 kihapai at Poolani 2, 3 of taro and 1 of sweet potatoes which is on the kula. Furthermore, at Kaluaoliloa 2, I have 4 kihapai, 3 of taro and 1 of sweet potatoes. Also, at Pualea 2, I have 2 sweet potato kihapai. Further ....
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.... - 3 taro, 1 potato
The boundaries of two kihapais in Pualea 2 are obscure, the surveyors will settle this problem and these have been cultivated.
House lot section
Work done here has been through Kauwe's insistence. e is the young brother of Hewahewa. Pualea I was acquired by Hewahewa from Kalioli in 1839. The farming land and pasture were from friends and no one has objected to him.
Punika sworn, they have known in the same way.
[Award 8148; Land Patent 8156; Keopu 3 N. Kona; 1 ap.; .16 Ac.]