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No. 1167, Isaaka /Isaac/
To the land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell of my claim in the `ili at Laukalo in Honolulu. Two taro lo`i: on the north is the Government Road, on the east is a kula of Napohaku, on the south is a kula of Napohaku, on the west is the lo`i of Paakahi. Two taro lo`i: on the south is the Government Road, on the north is the land of Keliikahuliole. One taro lo`i is along the east side of the stream, on the south is the land of Kaina, on the north is the land of Kaniku, on the west is the land of Napohaku. There is also a little kula adjoi ....
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.... Kahoouluwaa and it has not been enclosed. He had received his land from Napohaku in the year 1831 and he is now living there. No one has objected to him to this day."
Napohaku's land is mauka and Waikiki also
Kaniku's land, makai and
Kaeha's land, Ewa.
There is one patch. These lands were acquired at the same time and he is living on them in peace. No one has objected to him."
Kalino, sworn and stated, "I have seen just as Kanakanui has stated here."
[Award 1167; R.P. 2095; Laukalo Honolulu Kona; 3 ap.; 1.13 Acs]