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No. 8805, Kapuni, Waialua, February 10, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kapuni, have land at Paala/a/ . I have five lands. The first is Pohaku, with three lo'i. The second is Kahoaloha, sugar cane. /Third/ Keauwahine. On the north is Keliihuluhulu's land, on the south is a stream, on the east is Emesona's /Emerson/ land, on the west is Pupaeole. /Fourth/ Poliwaihale. On the north is a pali, on the south is a kula, on the east is Pupaeole's land, on the west is Kalauli's land. Here is the fifth, Pa. On the south and east i ....
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.... s place
Waianae, Kealohua's land
Koolaupoko, the kula of Opele.
Apana 2. The name is Pohaku, 1 lo'i.
Mauka, Kalapaku's /land/
Waianae, kula of Opele
Makai, lo'i land of Kaainaiki
Apana 3. House lot. The name is Homai, it is at a place close to Pupaeaole's house. It was from Kauukualii in the time of Kinau and is undisputed.
Witness 2, Paakonia: His knowledge of it is the same as Kea's.
[Award 8805; R.P. 898; Hanauewa Paalaa Waialua; 2 ap.; 6.02 Acs]