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No. 1308, Kalua
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and peace: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim at Kapahulu in Palolo. There are sixteen lo`i, bounded on the east by a stream; on the north by the land of Kaauawaeloa; on the west by a kula; a house lot, on the south by the land of Kahuakailoa. Those are the boundaries of my land.
December 4, 1847
Cl. 1308, Kalua, September 11, 1848
Nakao, sworn, T ....
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.... , a land, makai
Kaleiheana's land, Honolulu.
This person's (Kalua) land is from Mahana, he had received it during the time Kekauluohi was living, probably in the year 1840. He has lived peacefully to the present time without any objections and with Kanaina as konohiki.
Mahana's claim has been postponed to Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. See page 274 of this vol.[No relevant text yet located]
[Award 1308; R.P. 3032; Kapahulu Palolo Kona; 1 ap.; 2.23 Acs]