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No. 752, Haae, Honouliuli, September 19, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim. This land is at Kailikahi, Honouliuli, Island of Oahu and it is bounded on the north by the land of Puhipaka, on the east by the pali of Kauhipuna and the land of Kanoho, on the south by the stream of Makaii, on the west by the land of Puhipaka. I have some houses there, and also, from Kekauonohi, some taro patches which are situated between mine /and Kekauonohi's/. They were given to me by these Ali`is /Kekauonohi ma/.
Claim 752, Haae, April 17 
Manuwa, sworn, I know this place. It is called Kailihai in Honouliuli, containing ka ....
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a river flowing to the sea is on the Waimanalo side
Kanioku, a land, is toward the oceanside and toward Honolulu here.
There are 16 patches and Kailikahi is the name of this property. Haae's interest had been from Kealoha in the year 1842; however, this was not acquired by Haae by a sale. Kealoha had received this interest from Kekauonohi in the year 1838. There is also a *Poalima area in this land."
Kinolua, sworn and said, "I have seen this property and everything is exactly as Manuwa has lust related here.
/*Poalima - there were patches and gardens worked for the chiefs by tenants on Fridays only. Poalima is the Hawaiian word for Friday./
[Award 752; R.P. 2869; Kailikahi Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; 5.448 Acs]