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No. 1336, Keahua, Honolulu, 2 December 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners of the Moi: I hereby tell you of my land claim, six small lo`i in the `ili of Auwaiolimu in Honolulu. The occupancy is under the konohiki as is the custom of the people.
But since you have called all the claimants to testify, therefore I as telling you truthfully. On the day when you call me, I will come, with the proper witnesses,
I am, wit ....
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.... Malihini's land
Ewa, the land, Kalawahine.
There is no house or pasture and no enclosure.
This person here had received his land from Aikanaka and has had it for 16 years where he has lived always to the present time; no one has objected. Kalaeokekoi was the konohiki at this time.
Kaui, sworn, Kaawa's report is true and our information is similar.
[Award 1336; R.P. 8543; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .27 Ac.]