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No. 1285, Kalua`u, Honolulu, November 2, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my house lot claim, at Kaoawai, in Honolulu. Kapaalua gave me this place for a house lot and afterwards gave me the land truly. This was when Kinau was living. I built a house for myself and lived there with my people. Some died, and some went to another place; my first house fell and I built another. Now at this time, Kapaalua denies that this is my place, yet it was he who gave me this place formerly and he was the reason for my residing here. This is what I am telling you for your consideration. We have five lo`i at Kapahaha which wre have held peacefully under the konohiki. We have one lo`i at Kahawali o Kaeo which was given us by our keiki.
Cl. 1285, Kaluau wahine, September 11, 1848
Umi, sworn, This land is in Honolulu aina, called Kaoaowai in 6 pieces.
1. House lot, bounded:
Mauka by Alapai's place (Konohiki)
Waititi by Kaniku's
Makai by Kamakee's
Ewa by Ulualoa's.
It has a fence on two sides and has one house of claimants. Kula only.
2. One kalo patch, bounded:
Mauka by Naili's
Waititi by Wahine Kahiki's
Makai by Government road
Ewa by Paalu ....
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.... land, makai
Keliihune's land, Ewa.
5. A taro patch where:
on the mauka side is Alapai's land
Kapaalua's land, Waikiki
Nahinu's land, makai; Keliihune's land, Ewa.
6. Two taro patches where:
on the mauka side is Keaweopu's land
Alapai's land, Waikiki
Nalimu's land, makai
Alapai's land, Ewa.
Sections I and II, IV, V and VI are from Kapaalua and section III is from Kahina.
All of these places were acquired at the same time that was during Kinau's lifetime, probably in the year 1836. An objection has only been for the house lot which is section 1.
There has been peace to the present time for the rest of the lands; no one has objected.
The hearing of Kapaalua's claim in the land of Kaluau has been postponed to Wednesday morning at ten o"clock. See page 266 of this vol.
No 1285, Kaluau, Wahine, From page 257, September 13, 1848
Kapaalua, I have consented outright to Kaluau's place and I will not object to the place on which he [she] has toiled with his [her] hands; that is for him [her], I have no work there.
See page 250 of this vol.
[Award 1285; R.P. 1982; Kaoawai, Kahawali & Kahawali Honolulu Kona; 4 ap.; 1.24 Acs]