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No. 8385, Kamaikakio, Honokaia, Hamakua, January 31, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my claim, an ili named Puhau, also a house lot, which is 26 by 26. That is my claim. There are also 2 mala of vegetable food, 1 mala of wauke. A man in my lot, Kualualu, has 7 mala of vegetable food, 1 mala of arrowroot, 1 mala of bananas, and 2 orange trees.
KAMAIKAKIO X ....
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.... uo's land.
3 cultivated kihapai.
Mauka by konohiki
Kohala by Keahiahina's land
Makai & Hilo by konohiki.
2 cultivated kihapai.
Their land is an old land from the time of Kamehameha I; no one has objected.
Naukana, sworn, He has known exactly in the same way as Nuuanu had related there.
[Award 8385; Honokaia Hamakua; 1 ap.; 11.33 Acs]