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No. 8205, Hokuaulani, Waialua, February 8, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, with Greetings to you: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you my claim for land at Kaniukukahi, Kaw/ailoa/ kai. There are nine lo`i, bounded on the north by a stream, on the east by Kanakapuka, on the south by a pali, on the west by Kolikoli's land. Three lo`i are at Koheo and my house lot is entered with them. The boundaries are: on the north, a muliwai, on the east, Anahulu, on the south, Naahuelua's lo`i also are at Kaimakole. Those are my claims. The thought is to received the award document.
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Mauka by kula of Kaawaawa
Waianae by Pali
Makai by my lo`is: Koolaupoko by Muliwai of Anahulu.
Mauka by lot of Laanui
Waianae by land of Naehuelua
Makai by lot of Kekauwa
Koolaupoko by Muliwai of Anahulu.
Apanas 1 and 2 were from Laanui in the time of Winau, and are undisputed. Apana 3 was from Naehuelua and Laanui in the time before Kinau and is undisputed.
Nauahi, sworn, Our knowledge of this is the same.
[Award 8205; R.P. 3475; Kauhiwai Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.21 Acs; Kawailoa Waialua; 4 ap.; 2.74 Acs; Mooiki Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .31 Ac.]