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No. 10702, Apiki, Waiohinu, Kau, January 25, 1848
See No. 10701, Palaualelo
No. 10701, Palaualelo, Waiohinu, Kau, January 25, 1848
No. 10702, Apiki
No. 10703, Kolo
No. 10704, Kauina [10704B]
No. 10705, Kaaawa
No. 10706, Haupeleu
No. 10707, Kalaimakalii
Hear is our thought to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles. We are choosing a kula as a place for our animals to roam, in Waiohinu. That is what we have discussed, and here are our names:
That is it for your information. If it is well - award it. If not, deny it.
Furthermore, I, Palaualelo, have a pauku of land - Halelehu is the name - there are 4 sweet potato kihapai and a house ....
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.... ili of land - Kaikaaweo is the name - extending from the mau to the seashore*; it has not been measured. There is a house only - it has not been enclosed by a fence.
I, Kalaimakalii, have land - Waimalino is the name - extending from the mau* to Kamilo at the seashore - that is the fishery of this land. It has not been measured. There is also a kihapai, Poakaaka, in another ili of Waiohinu, and also a taro kihapai in another ili, which has not been measured.
I, Haupeleu, have 2 kihapai of sweet potatoes and 1 mala of taro which have not been measured; also there is a kihapai in Pakini which is cultivated and is for me.
By the seven of us
*Mau: a land zone believed to be near, or the same as the zone where the amaumau fern grows.
[Award 10702; R.P. 6743; Waiohinu Kau; 1 ap.; 7 Acs; See No. 10701 for Native Register document]