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No. 28 F.L., Kane
To the Esteemed Land Commissioners, Greetirgs: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim. At Kapouhuluhulu, an `ili of the Fort, I have twenty lo`i, with the house lot and the kula, as far as the pali. There are three lo`i po`alima in this `ili. I got this place from Uhuuhu, when Kinau was living, and have lived here peacefully until this time, with no objections.
KANE X, his mark
No. 28 FL, Kane, 29 ....
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Makai, Kanakeawe's land, Kaana's land.
Land from his father, Uhuuhu in 1849. His father had received it from J.A. Kuakini in 1831, no disputes until today. 3 Government, poalima koeles are in these. There are no other pasture section here except for the one which was a lease with Raymond Palani.
Kane, sworn, I am an assigned konohiki by M. Kekuanaoa for Pouhuluhulu; 3 poalima patches and one patch have been returned by the tenants.
[No. 28 F.L. not listed in index; not awarded]