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No. 950, Laaumalo, Auwaiolimu, November 9, 1847
The President and the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Auwaiolimu in Honolulu on the Island of Oahu. Its boundaries are, on the north, a poalima and the land of Pipili and Waiwaiole and Hinawale and the land of Kapahukepau and the land of Piho and the land of Puuone, on the east, the Road and the pali, on the south the land of Kekino and the po'alima of Keaweluahi and the land of Hina, and the land of Nahale, on the west, the land of Waikahalulu. Kaihikapu gave me these claims. ....
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.... land and the government school, Waikiki and
Nuuanu street, Ewa.
There is one house on this place and it belongs to Laaumalo. There are seventeen of these patches.
And the boundaries of the other section are:
Puuone's land, mountain- side
Nuuanu street, Waikiki
Keaweluahi's land, oceanside and
Waikahalulu, a land, Ewa.
Laaumalo had received this land from Kaihekapu during Kinau's lifetime and he has lived peacefully to the present time, no one objecting.
[Award 950; R.P. 104 & 1625; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.03 Acs]