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No. 785, James Robinson & Co., 7 January
Pehu, sworn, I know these lands. Claimant got them from Boki when Governor. I know it because I was intimate with the chiefs.
Claimant worked for Boki, and I supposed that he gave it for his services. I know of no difference about the right except one relating to a road cut through.
It is bounded:
Mauka by land of Kohananakoa including Captain Carter's place
Ewa side by land called Palakea
Waititi side by Boki's place
Mauka by Kaleo and Kahookino [?].
Nuuanu Road runs through it. The land does not extend to the stream as stated in the claim.
Another piece in connection with the preceding was given by Boki to claimant near the lower falls on the Ewa side of the stream,
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.... e correct boundary between Palepo, the ili of Robinson & Waikahalulu, the ili of Kalama.
Keaka, sworn, I am an old resident of Honoluu and have lived adjoining Waikahalulu from the time of Rihoriho and my father lived there on Kalawehine before me. I know the bounds of Palepo and Waikahalulu and the stream of Nuuanu or Waikahululu is the dividing line between Palepo & Waikahahlulu. I am clear on this point. The center of the stream is the correct boundary. Parties agreed.
See page 456 [No. 4452, H. Kalama]
[Award 785; R.P. 644; Nuuanu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 5.78 Acs; R.P. 645; Nuuanu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 4.84 Acs; R.P. 644; Palepo iuka Honolulu Kona; 1 ap,; 5.78 Acs (same as Nuuanu?); R.P. 645; Palepo ikai Honolulu Kona; 1 ap..; 4.84 Acs (same as Nuuanu?); See Award 784 for F.R. & F.T. documents]