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No. 837, Ihuula, Honolulu, Oahu, October 15: 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for house lot at Kaliu in Honolulu. It is bounded on the north by Aala, on the east by the lot of Palila, on the south by a small ponds on the west by a road.
I got this place after the death of Kinau, and I made the fence and one house there.
I have been situated there peacefully with no objections. I also have five taro patches at Kaliu. There are two patches together on the makai side of the patches of Kawakui /sic/, and two patches together on the mauka side of Kawahakui. One patch is in my mo`o aina, Paele. I have held these patches peacefully, under the konohiki.
Claim 837, Ihuula, March 15 
1. Wahine, sworn, I know of this place. It is a house lot in Kaliu, Honolulu aina, bounded by:
Aala on Ewa side ....
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.... Kawahakiu, mountainside
Kaliulalo, Waikiki and
Kauluwela, oceanside also.
3. And following is another:
Kawahakui's lot, oceanside
Kaniua, toward the mountain and
Kaliulalo is on the Waikiki side.
These are two patches and they were obtained at the same time.
4. Here are the boundaries of the fourth division,
Huakiki's land, mountainside
Paele's land, oceanside and
Paele's property is also on the Waikiki side.
These are two patches and were all received with the house lot. When Kaniua died, his wife became heir and no one has ever objected to her to this day.
Huakiki, sworn and said, "I have seen this property of Ihuula from the house- site to the taro land just as Wahine has related everything about it before you here."
[Award 837; R.P. 2092; Kaliu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.09 Acs]