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No. 1162, Kanihina
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my land claim in the `ili at Waikahalulu in Honolulu, a mo`o. There are six lo`i adjoining above the mo`o, one lo`i in another place, adjoining, however, the same `ili. My aforesaid mo`ois hereby described: on the north is the mo`o of Kapaka, on the east is the land of Kapakoa, on the south is the mo`o of Hialau, on the west is my little kula adjoining the hog pen. ....
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.... and one pasture all in one section.
My property is mauka
Keliiahonui's land, Waikiki
Kapukoa's land, makai
Mahoe's land, Ewa.
Kauihina's land is from Kaiama given in the year 1825 and he has lived there in peaceto this day; no one has objected."
Makakoa, sworn and stated, "I have seen this land just as Ohialau has just related here."
[Award 1162; R.P. 1824; Waikahalulu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.]