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No. 741, Kalauwalu
Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for my house lot at Kauluwela in Honolulu. The boundaries are: North, Naihe's place; east, Keaweluahi's place; south, an irrigation channel; west, the kula.
This place of mine was from Kaule. I have held it peacefully and there is one house of mine there.
I have two taro patches also, at Kauluwela in Honolulu, they are together. The boundaries are: North, land of Naihe; east, a po`alima patch; south, Kaliu; west, land of Kaiewe. These patches are held by me under the authority of the konohiki.
Claim 741, Kalaualu, February 28 
Paele, sworn, I [blank space - know this] house lot & kalo land claimed by Kalaualu, and my testimony i ....
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.... ohiki. Kalali was a konohiki for this land for one year only. I have not known that anyone has objected to Kalaualu.
2 "I have seen the taro land also. The boundaries are
Halali's koele, toward the mountain
Naihe's land, Ewa and
Kaiewe's land, toward the sea.
This taro land is in a single ili area. I have not known that anyone has objected to him.
See page 546
No. 741, Kalaualu, from page 539, February 28 
Paele, sworn by the Bible and stated, "I have seen Kalaualu's place just as Palilo's statements are which have been read here on everything about it. I have not know that anyone has ever objected to him."
[Award 741; R.P. 2263; Kauluwela Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .83 Ac.]