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No. 1153, Pahili
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Kapauhuluhulu in Nuuanu. There are six taro patches, one on the west and five on the east, totalling six, Also I claim my little kula and my house lot.
PAHILI X, his mark
Cl. 1153, Pahili, July 7, 1848
Kuaana, sworn, This place is in Kapouuluulu, Honolulu aina.
1. First lot called Kaukahaku, bounded:
Mauka by Keaniaole's land
Waititi by Paki's
Makai by Kekuaiwaihie's land, Ewa also.
Claimant has one house on it - it is not fenced, nor cultivated.
2. Second lot, bounded:
Mauka by Keauiaole's land
Waititi by Kekuaiwaihie's Makai also and Ewa.
It consists of one kalo patch.
3. Third lot, bounded:
Mauka by Kekuaiwaihie's land, Waititi also
Makai by Kaina
Ewa by a frenchman's land recently got from the Aupun ....
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4. And the boundaries of the section at Palikea are:
Kekuaiwahia's land, mauka
Kekauonohi's land and Kekuaiwahia's land, Waikiki
Kekuaiwahia's land, Ewa
Keaniaole's land, makai.
There are five patches on this section but there is no fence and no house. Pahili's first three sections had been for Paopao during Kinau's time and Pahili had lived there comfortably until he registered his claim and that was the time Paopao, the wife of Uhuuhu had objected (to this claim).
And the fourth section is from Uhuuhu; he is the husband of Paopao and a friend of Pahili. Pahili had received this land from Kinau and no one had objected."
Kahoumiha, sworn and said, "I have seen this property exactly as Kuaana has just related to you.
See Uhuubu's protest, No. 6062
[Award 1153; R.P. 5721; Palikea Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .57 Ac.; Land Patent 8295; Pouhuluhulu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .1 Ac.]