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No. 1240, Paahana L., Honolulu, Oahu, 1 December 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for one mo`o in the `ili of Kalawahine, in Honolulu, under the konohiki, as all the people do. There are many people who know of my occupation of this mo`o, from the time when there were no laws, until the present. This is for your Honors to hear.
Cl. 1240, Paahana, August 30, 1848, Cl. 8331, Kalawela - counter
Moehau wahine, sworn, This land is in Honolulu aina, call ....
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.... n two.
Hune's land is mauka
Pauoa stream, Waikiki
Kalawela's land, makai
Kauka Nika's (Livingstone) land, Ewa.
Paahana received this land from Nawai in 1828 and he has lived there to the present time. Kalawela has objected."
Kumuokalani, sworn and stated, "I have seen this land just as Moehai has stated here. Kee Kalawela's protests, also Tute's (Cooke ") protests, No. 8331.
[Award 1240; R.P. 2085; Kalawahine Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .48 Ac.; R.P. 2086; Kalawahine (Nuuanu) Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .5 Ac.]