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No. 8163, Holokauai, Waimea, Oahu, January 22, 1843
To the Land Commissioners: I, Holokauai, have a claim at Waimea, within the mo`o of Kauki at Hanoawa. There are nine taro lo`i, surrounded by Kauki's claim (N.S.E,W.) Two lo`i are in the mo`o of Kaiheku at Kaula. They are surrounded by his land. Those are the claims at Waimea.
Here are the claims at Pupukea: one sweet potato patch in the mo`o of Kaawa at Kapuaa, one steep planting of second growth sweet potatoes in the mo`o of Ehu. That is my claim of o ....
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.... />Hoohikiia o Kauki. Ua ike au, ua pono.
No. 8163, Holoikauai, In Waimea
Niau, sworn, I know of one apana in the mo`o Honoawa. There are some lo`i and a kula.
Mauka, land of Kahakuapa, Waihi mo`o
Waialua, Waimea Stream
Makai, land of Keliiwaiwaiole "Keauhou 3
This land was received from Kaiki in the time of Hewahewa when Kaahumanu was the Ali`i. It is undisputed.
Kauki, sworn, I know this is right.
[No. 8163 not awarded]