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No. 1171, Kahili
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my claim for land in the `ili at Palikea in Honolulu. There are four taro lo`i, one lo`i is on the south of the lo`i of Kaiapapa, on the north of the lo`i of Halona. Two lo`i are together, on the east of the taro lo`i of Molina. The fourth lo`i adjoins the west of the lo`i of Hopu. There is also my claim for my house lot, adjoining the land of Kaniku.
KAHILI X, his mark
November 30, 1867
Cl. 1171, Kahili, August 9, 1858
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Kinimaka's land, Waikiki
Holoua's land. makai
Molina's land. Ewa.
Section three has one patch.
Hopu's land is mauka
Kuana's land, Waikiki
Hopu's land, makai
Kahili's land is from Kepu which he received in the year 1831 and he has lived inpeace; no one has objected to him to this day.
Makailuuwai, sworn and stated, "I have known exactly as Kaiapapa has related here and no one has objected to him."
[Award 1171; R.P. 7563; Palikea Honolulu Kona; 3 ap.; .3 Ac.]