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No. 10961, L. Wailua, Hamakua, 5 February 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Wailua, hereby petition for my claim. I have two house lot claims in the land of the konohiki, Kamahiai, District 4, Island of Hawaii.
I hereby state my land claim at Mahuila* in Koloakiu, Waipio, Hamakua, Hawaii: 1 entire mo`o, Mahuila, with 40 lo`i, received from Nohopali, the konohiki of Koloakiu. Kaoanaeha is the Haku `aina. On the east is government land, on the north is the mo`o of Kahili, on the west is a pali, on the south is the mo`o of Koko - those are the boundaries of this land.
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Kohala by Muliwai moo land
Makai by Kahili's land
Hilo by ahupuaa.
36 patches have been cultivated, two houses are for him and there is no fence.
We had given him his interest, the 8-patch section in 1834. In 1839 he received a government land for school teachers and three other patches are in this moo; no one has objected. There are also other smaller parcels here and there and it is impossible to give the boundaries.
Heleihonua, sworn and stated, I have seen his small patches, they are his patches exactly, as Kamahiaikuaaina has related here.
[Award 10961; R.P. 7175; Waipio Hamakua; 4 ap.; 6 Acs]