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No. 1302, Keau
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and peace: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim, Waikiki side of the `ili of Kuloupoo. There are two lo`i which are bounded on the east by the land of Kapawa; on the north by the land of Kuahine; on the west by the land of Pokini; on the south by the land of Kealoha ....
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.... Makai by Waiaka, a kula.
Honolulu by Waiaka, a kula.
Claimant received the land from Kaaoaohiwa in the time of Kinau & has held the same in quiet until the present time.
Kanepua, sworn, says the testimony above is true & his own is like it.
[Award 1302; R.P. 3403 & 3406, Kihi Palolo Waikiki; 1 ap.; 1.3 Ac.]