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[No. 446B], Kamakini
[listed as 461B!]
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: Please be patient again with these new words of mine, about my little houselot mauka of the landing of Kuheleloa, which is hindered by Pahia. It is at Waianae. She has enlarged her place and made mine smaller. Afterwards she occupied it, formerly I occupied this place. Here is the /time of my/ occupation: Liholiho sailed for England November 27, 1823, Keoua died November 27 1823, and the upper part of Lahaina became mine; from thence I have occupied until this day on which Ia m telling you this.
The one who is obstructing, Pahia ....
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.... place is big, but Kamakini had lived there previously. That place is not adjoining Kahekili's property. It is the property of Kamakini and his wife Puhalanui that is close to Kahekili. It is from Kaaimalalo to Puhalanui. Puhalanui is the owner of that property. Pahia had increased his place after the board of commissioners who quiet land titles had gone to Wailuku. It has been fenced in the center with objections to our place.
At this time we, the land officers, have placed Moku to look into Paahia's property and then report to us who are the commissioners.
[No. 446B not awarded to Kamakini; See Award 3485 & 285]