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No. 858, Kanealoha, Puolohinano B, Potini C, Waikele, Ewa, 1 November 1847
Esteemed Persons, Greetings; I hereby tell you of my claims for a mo`o `aina at Waipahu,and a fish pond and a house lot.
Farewell to and thanks,
Greetings to the Esteemed Persons: I, Puolohinano hereby tell you of my house lot claim.
Greetings to the Esteemed Persons, I. Potini, hereby tell you of my claim at Papaa.
Farewell to you all.
Cl. 858, Kanealoha, 21 June 
Puolohinano, sworn, This place is in Waikele in Ewa.
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.... use there.
The boundaries of section two are:
Kauliokamaoa's lot, toward the mountain
Ilikialani's lot, Waikiki and toward the sea
a land lot, Waianae.
There is no fence here. There are five patches and a pond. The taro land is from Namakeha during the time of Kinau and the house was an idle land received after the chief had returned to Maui. Kanealoha has lived there in peace to this day.
Pokini, sworn and said, I have seen this property exactly as Puolohinano has just related here.
[Award 858; R.P. 3484; Pouhala Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; .283 Ac.; R.P. 3075; Waipahu Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.873 Acs]