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No. 10891, Holana
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for a cultivated place at Kamaole, named Kealaakalae. There is a mala of taro and some plantings of Irish potatoes. I have three claims, at the seashore, ln between, and far mauka also.
I am, respectfully, your obedient servant.
Cl. 10891, Holani
Kaneaukoli, sworn, The claimant's land consists of three pieces.
No. 1 is kula and kalo land in the Ahupuaa of Kamaole.
No. 2 is House lot in the ili of Pahalona, Kamaole.
No. 3 is House lot in the ili of Kaukeakea, Kamaole.
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.... een Holani's land of 3 land sections.
Section 1 - Pasture, taro in Pahalona ili of Kamaole ahupuaa.
Section 2 - Pasture, taro in Pahalona ili of Kamaole ahupuaa.
Section 3 - House site in Kaukeakea ili of Kamaole ahupuaa.
This land has been used only for farming before the statues [statutes] of the king in 1838. Holani had this claim. No objections.
Mauka by Naihe
Makawao, Makai, Honuaula by konohiki.
Section 2: Konohiki boundaries are on all sides.
Mauka by konohiki
Makawao by Kalanao
Makai by sea
Honuaula by konohiki.
[Award 10891; Kamaole Kula; 1 ap.; 16 Acs.]