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No. 8815, Kaina, Niulii, Kohala, January 30, 1848
An `ili kupono in Niulii, named Hinaweo. This `ili kupono is from the time of Kamehameha III, to Kamakpoko and his keiki, Alapai, and from thence to his kaikaina, Kaina, who is living here now. This `ili is 500 long and 200 wide [no measure given].
No. 8815, Kaina
Keaimoku (former konohiki), testifies that claimant occupies two sections of land in the Ili of Ohinaaweo, Ahupuaa of Niulii, bounded as follows:
South by Ili ....
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Alapai had given him his land. Four houses are in section I, two of which are for Kaina, one for his son, Kaleinahauna and one for Napuukapa, who has house interest. The lot has not been enclosed and it is an old claim from his /Kaina/ parents since Kamehameha I. They have all died and have left this land to Kaina. No one has objected to this day.
Kauhane, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Kiaimoku has stated here. No one has objected.
[Award 8815; R.P. 7490; Niulii N. Kohala; 1 ap.; .75 Acs; R.P. 7594; Honopueo N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 13 Acs]