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No. 746, Naholowaa, 1570 Honouliuli, September 18, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell of my claim to you, as directed by the law. This land is at Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu. Its boundaries are: on the north, the pond of Kalahu; on the east, the land of Kalama; on the south, Puaaluu; on the west, the pond of Kalahu. Also, there are my houses at Kaaumakua in Honouliuli. The boundaries are: on the north, Moku-meha; on the eas ....
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.... for Kalunaaina.
Kauhola's lot, toward the mountain
Kaailauhala's lot, Ewa
Lanai's (Reynolds) lot, oceanside
Hikiau's lot and Habatala's (Harbottle's) lot, Waikiki.
Naho-lowaa had a house only, the land had been for Kalunaaina and upon his death, Lupe, his daughter, was the heir. I had lived on this property in the adobe of Hoaa which is in this house lot."
See Kalunaaina's objections, No. 167
[No. 746 not awarded; See Award 157C]