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No. 9400, Hilo
I, Hilo, am a claimant of a mo'o in the 'ili of Kipawale, Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu. Its name is Kipawale , and it is bounded on the north by muliwai, on the south by Kuupuloku, on the west by Kalokoeli, on the east by Kohokoho. Also, I have one lo'i in the 'ili of Kahuawai, on the east is Ponoo, a bathing pool is above. Also there is a house site on the east of the land boundary wall of Waieli. North is the 'ili of Opu. The place where the house stands is 20 fathoms on a side.
No. 9400, Hilo, claimant, died in 1849
Present is widow, Mahunalii to prosecute the claim in the name of Kaoio, the heir-at-law & now at the Hawaiian Seminary.
Honaunau, sworn says, the land of ....
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.... oio, the heir.
Honaunau, sworn, he has seen his land - Kipawale, a taro moo in Kaonohi ili of Kalanao of Ewa Oahu, of 2 land sections [and] a 1 house lot.
Section 1 - 4 patches.~
Mauka, Kohokohi koele patch
Honolulu, Kapuloku and Kamilomilo moo land
Makai, Kaloko ili
Waianae, Opu stream.
Section 2 - 1 patch.
Honolulu, Kalaena poalima
Makai, Kahuawai ditch
Waianae, Breadfruit tree.
Section 3 - House lot.
Mauka, Maunakuoha hill
Honolulu, and Makai, land enclosure
Waianae, Waimalu pasture.
He has lived on this land since Pauahi to the pressnt time, no one objected to him
[Award 9400; R.P. 449; Kaonohi Kalauao Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.545 Acs; Manukuaha Kalauao Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.545 Acs; Hilo for Kaoio]