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No. 1113, Pipili
Concerning the claim for land and irrigation ditch. I hereby petition you, the Land Commissioners, for my six patches and also a small houselot which I got from Kaihikapu, who got it from Kahele, who got it from Liliha.
Cl. 1113, Pipili, 16 June 1848
Paluhi, sworn, This place is in Honolulu aina, called Waiolima.
1. First lot, bounded:
Mauka by Laaumalo's land
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.... ;s land, toward the mountain
Keaweluahi's land, Waikiki
Hinawale's land, toward the sea
Keoni's land, Ewa.
This property has no fence. There is no house but there are two patches. Pipili's land is from Naihekapu in the year 1833 and he has lived there peacefully to this day."
Hune, sworn and said, "I have seen this property exactly as Paaluhi has just stated here and no one has objected."
[Award 1113; R.P. 1661; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.]