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[No. 00000Mo06], Haiku, claimant
Mokuiki testified that Kauku wrote out this claim in 1846 (Kauku told E. Bailey that he wrote out these claims and gave them to Mr. Andrews, that they were lost).
Napahi, sworn, I know the lands of Haiku. They consist of two pieces in Ahupuaa, Kalamaula.
No. 1 is a kahawai in the ili of Waiki.
No. 2 is ....
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[No. 00000Mo06], Kaiku
Hau, Halemoa, Kupa, Au, Lono, Kaha, Kalino, Kapihi, Kepoi, Moku, Kaiku, Mokuiki
Kauku, sworn, deposed: I did not write their claims and send them within the time stated by law.
It was decided that they had no claims since they had contempt for the law, and would live under the konohiki.
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