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[No. 493], Kalalakoa
[listed as No. 7643!]
Auwaa, sworn, knows the pieces of land claimed by Kalalakoa, in "Haleu," Lahaina.
The first piece is makai of the new road, and is bounded:
Makai by Keokeo's land
Mauka by the new road
Olowalu side by Auwai's land.
The second piece is bounded on:
Kaanapali side by "Paunau"
Mauka by Auwaa
Olowalu side by P. Nahaolelua
Makai by the new road.
The third piece of one kalo patch, is bounded:
Mauka by witness&apo ....
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.... y Auwaa's land.
No. 3, is Kalo land situated in Kauaula Valley (it is a lele of Heleu) and bounded:
Mauka by Auwaa, Aki & Kahui's lands
Kaanapali by Makila
Makai by Nahupu's lands
Olowalu by the main stream.
Claimant received these pieces of land from witness in the year 1843, and has held uninterrupted possession up to the present time.
Naulelu, sworn, confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
[Award 493; R.P. 2733; Haleu Lahaina; 3 ap.; 1 rood 13 rods; No 7643 is wrong number for this claim]