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No. 1238, Hoenui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land and house claim, which are combined, in the land at Kaluaopalena, an 'ili in Kalihi, Island of Oahu, the boundaries of which are as follows:
Claim 1. On the north, the hog pen and the house of Kaua; on the east, the land of Kaua; on the south, the po`alima lo`i of Kaunuohua; on the west, a po`alima lo`i.
Claim 2. On the north, the irrigation ditch; on the east, Ekuino's place; on thc south, the land of Halekii; on the west, the land of Manini. One lo`i adjoins the lo`i of Kanui.
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.... makai and Ewa.
18 patches are in this section with one house and no fence.
[No.[ 2. 11 patches are in this section.
Halekii's land and Kaluiki's land are mauka
Halekii's land, Honolulu
Manini's land, makai
Kaunuohua's land, Ewa.
[No.] 3. There is one patch.
Kanui's land is mauka
Kaunuohua's land, Honolulu
Paiwa's land, makai
Makahuaaina's land, Ewa.
I had given him his land just as I have related here about giving land to Kaiae."
[Award 1238; R.P. 1495; Kaluaopalena Kalihi Kona; 5 ap.; 7.47 Acs]