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No. 8475, Kailikani
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land at Mokapu, at Keone, Waipio, Hamakua, Hawaii. 13 lo`i are at Mokapu. In the `ili of Paaoao is 1 dry kula and 2 lo`i are at Kupapaulau.
In the land of Kahawalu is 1 mala of wauke. In the land of Kaena is 1 mala of mamaki. At Papalinawao in the land of Kaluli is 1 fish pond.
Waipio, Hamakua, Hawaii, February 5, 1848
Written by S.P.M.
N.T. 1 ....
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.... r />All boundaries are for the konohiki.
1 cultivated field.
7. Section VII:
Mauka and all around by Keliimahiai's land.
Naailuhi had given him his interest in 1837; no one has objected.
Paaoao, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Mauha has related here.
Pohau, sworn and stated, Those parcels of land are for him just as Mauha has stated here.
[Award 8475; R.P. 7565, Koloakiu-iki Waipio Hamakua; 1 ap.; 3 Acs; Waipio Hamakua; 4 ap.; 1.19 Acs]