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No. 1193, Kalai
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim in the Ahupua`a an `ili in Moanalua, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Kaehu, on the east by the irrigation ditch, on the south by the land of Kaanaana, on the west by the land of Kekaha. There is one lo`i for someone else.
Names of the Commissioners: W.L. Lee, J.H. Smith, Z. Kaauwai, John Ii, N. Namauu
Kalihi, Oahu, 27 November 1847
Cl. 1193, Kalai, August 11, 1848
Hoomoeapule, sworn, This land is in Mo ....
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.... as a one-fourth patch.
Kalanikilo's land separates mauka of this patch
Kanewahine's land is here
Liloa's land, Makai
Kaneiahuea's land, Ewa.
Section III has five patches and a pasture.
Kawaihae's land and the creek is mauka
Kaanaana's land, here;
a stream, makai
Kaeku's land, Ewa.
These lands of Kalai are from me given at the time Poki had taken a trip to Nanapua and there they have lived to this day in peace; no one has objected."
[Award 1193; R.P. 353; Wao Laimi/Iemi? Moanalua Kona; 2 ap.; .63 Ac.]