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No. 13 F.L., Z. Kaauwai
To the Esteemed Land Commissioners, Greetings: with the consent of the Honorable M. Kekuanaoa to my claim in some ilis of the Fort in the Ahupua`a of Waikiki: The name of the ili is Auaukai, with three lo`i and a kula, in one place. Parcel 2 is an edge of a kula in the ili of Pahupahuapuaa. I got this in the year 1847 and have occupied it until this day ....
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.... land from M. Kekuanaoa in 1847, and he has since then resided peacefully there until the present time. No one contested it. There are no poalimas or koeles in these sections. No one else has claimed these places. The konohiki was in opposition, they were not entered as kuleanas earlier.
Ono, sworn, everything above is true, and I have known in the same way.
[No. 13 F.L. not awarded]