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No. 748, Kalauhala, Honouliuli, September 19, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim. This land is at Panahaha at Honouliuli. It is bounded on the north by the stream of Makaii, on the east by the pond of Panahaha, on the south by the land of Mokumeha, on the west by the land of Pio. It was Kawaa who gave it to me.
Cl. 748, Kalauhala, March 20th 
Mokuakuaola, sworn, I know this place. It is in Honolulu in district of Ewa, consisting of house lot and ....
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.... r 1837 and since then Kalauhala has lived there to this time. Recently Keluahonui had objected and there had been a hearing before Hooliliamanu. Kalauhala had won the case and this was in the year 1844. There are two patches and a house site. One house is there but it has not been enclosed with a wall. Kahakai had given this interest to Kawahea."
Kawahea, sworn and said, "I have seen this place and everything is as Mokumakuaole has just related here, but I have no interest there; the konohiki has retained it."
[Award 748; R.P. 6825; Kaaumakua Honouliuli Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.294 Acs]