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No. 1246, Kaulunae, November 27, 1847
Land Commissioners, House of the Privy Council, Greetings to you all: I hereby tell you of my claim, a kula and a stream, in the `ili of Alika, at Apili in Kalihi waena, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Miki /Meek/; on the east by the land of Kaunuohua; on the south by the land of Kaailauhala; on the west by the land of John Ii. I got it in the year 1835, from thence until now. That is what I am telling your Honors.
Puuhale, Kalihi, Oahu
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.... d Kaailauhala's land, Honolulu
Alika's land, makai
Nahinu's land, Ewa.
Kapo has a house there.
2. Section two has one patch and a pasture.
Alika's land is mauka;
John Meek's land, Kaailauhala's land and Kaunuohua's land, Honolulu
Kaailauhala's land, makai
Hewahewa's land, Thomas Same and W. Beckley's lands, Ewa.
He had acquired his land in 1846 from Alika; no one had objected."
Alika shall be summoned as a witness.
[No. 1246 not awarded]