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No. 8340, Kaiwinui, Island of Oahu, District 5, January 20, 1848
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners, that my claim for land is in the Ahupua'a of Hauula. The mo`o is Pala, in which I have three lo`i. It is bounded on the north by my house claim, on the east by a muliwai, on the south by a kula, on the west by Hoopala's land. I also have a kula claim. I have two kula areas at Kaipapau, also a kula at Hauula, an upland area, a fishery, and a ho ....
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West by the kula land.
The House Lot of Kaiwinui adjoins the kalo patches. There is one house on it. Claimant occupied this place for over five years. The kula land claimed is uncultivated waste land.
Kaailaau, sworn, says he knows the kalo patches and House Lot. The latter is not enclosed. He confirms the testimony of Kanealii.
The King's Land Agent made no objection to this claim.
[Award 8340; R.P. 2050; Hauula Koolauloa; 2 ap.; .73 Ac.]