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No. 9384C, Kahula akahi, claimant
Claimant appeared & made oath that his claim has been duly made out by Kuaipanio & presented; the same was therefore admitted to a hearing.
Nakeu, sworn says, he knows the land of claimant, a moo aina called Napuakalo in the ili of Papaa, Waikele, Ewa, Oahu. It contains six wet lois, one dry, a kulamoku & a kula maia in one piece.
It is bou ....
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.... >Makai, Papa Ku's taro moo
Waianae, Kainalua taro moo.
Land from Kuaipanio at the time of Kinau, no one had objected to him earlier. Recently the divided pasture was taken by Kuaipanio, the konohiki without the consent of Kahula 1. This was the result of a death burial there by Nakeu.
Kahula 2, sworn, he has seen in the same way as Nakeu.
[Award 9384C; R.P. 2065; Papaa Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; .49 Ac.]