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No. 1111, Nia
Hear ye, O Land Commissioners: I hereby petition you for my eleven patches, also a small house lot. I got this land in 1837 from Kaihikapu, who got it from Kahele, who got it from Liliha. However, some of my patches have been acquired by Keaweluahi, that is /the reason for/ my petition.
Cl. 1111, Nia, 16 June 1848
Paluhi: This place is in Honolulu aina called Auwaiolimu, in two pieces.
1. First, House lot, bounded:
Mauka by Paukua (land)
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Kanopa's land, toward the sea
Piko's land, Ewa.
There is no fence there nor is there a house. Nia's land had been from Kaihekapu in the year 1833; however, the konohiki protested for one of the patches in the year 1841. That patch is not a koele. He took it and gave it to the Neea? (sic). This he did through his position as a konohiki."
Hune, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property exactly as Paaluhi has just stated here."
[Award 1111; R.P. 3611; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.37 Acs (RP reads 7.40 Acres]