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No. 910, Nunu, Honouliuli, October 20, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim at Kaumakua, Honouliuli, Oahu, which is bounded on the north by the land of Kamilomilo, on the east by the land of Pi, on the south by the land of Kaimuena, on the west by a po'alima and the land of Pekane. The second of my claims is bounded on the north by a po'alima and the land of Hilea, on the east by the land of Kauouo, on the south by the houses of Pii and the kula, on the west by kula. The third of my claims is bounded of the north by ....
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Amaikai's land, Waianae.
2. And the boundaries of the taro land are:
Kekauonohi's land, mauka and Honolulu
Kaumuena's land, makai
Kekauonohi's land, Waianae.
There are four patches and a pasture in this section. There are two houses on the house site and it has been enclosed with a stone wall. Kawaa, the konohiki had given him the land in 1833; no one had objected."
Kauhailepa, sworn and said, "I have known this property exactly as Kau-muena's testimony."
[Award 910; R.P. 5036; Kaaumakua Honouliuli Ewa; 2. Ap.; 1.3 Acs]