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No. 1122, Moha
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell of my land claim in the `ili `aina at Pahau, adjolning Kapaloa in Pauoa, It is a separate mo`o `aina, on the east is Makaioulu's place, on the south is Hikiau's place, on the west is Auwaiolimu, on the north is Kihia's place.
MOHA X, His Mark
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.... 8 - 1850. I planted in 1850, then it was idle again in 1851. The konohiki's tenants began cultivation again in 1852 and they have continued to do this to the present time. Moha has never done in the lease any planting on this land.
Kumukahi (kane), sworn, I have seen this claim in the same way as Kahuaina has related, these statements are all true, indeed.
[No. 1122 not awarded]