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No. 9402, Hikiau
I, Hikiau, am a claiment of a mo'o in the 'ili of Paiau, Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu, which is named Kapakai. It is as follows: from the west to the east of that'ili, the second mo`o is mine, and the house lot where the adobe house stands. The measurement on the east is 40 fathoms, on the west 40 fathoms, on the north 20 fathoms, on the south 27 fathoms.
No. 9402, Hikiau, claimant, died in 1849
Present, his widow, Lilo to prosecute the claim.
Kealohi, sworn says, ....
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.... r has come to settle this claim.
Kalohi, sworn, he has seen his land, a taro moo Kapakai, in the ili of Paalau of Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu in one section.
Mauka, Mooiki moo land
Honolulu, Kahui poalima
Makai, 3 sand dunes
Waianae, Kiapu sand dunes.
Hikiau's land from Kanepaiki at the time of Liliha, no one objected to him. Now it has been conveyed to his heir, Lino, who is his wife.
Welehau, sworn, he has known in the same way as Keolohi.
[Award 9402; R.P. 5056; Paalau Kalauao Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.18 Acs; Hikiau for Lino]