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No. 1200, Halekii
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Kaluaopalena, an `ili in Kalihi, Island of Oahu.
It is bounded on the north by the land of Hoenui; on the east by the land of Ekuino; on the south by unused kula; on the west by the land of Kapihe. I have one house adjoining makai of the row of hala trees. One lo`i of mine adjoins above Kamalamalama's, being the lo`i described in his letter.
Names of the Land Commissioners: W. L. Lee, etc.
Kalihi, Oahu, 27 November 1847
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.... ter claim. Claimant's ancestors long held before him and I had it from his father.
No. 1200, Halekii, August 16 
Pao, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property; it is at Kaluapalena in Kalihi.
Ekuino's land is mauka
Kahahala's land, Honolulu here
Kauahi's land, seaside
Hoenui's land, Ewa.
Kalekii received his land from me just as those people had received their land. Halekii does Poalima work."
[Award 1200; R.P. 679; Kaluaopalena Kalihi Kona; 2 ap.; 2.07 Acs]