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No. 1496, Kahue
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim, of seven lo`i in the `ili of Kewalo in the Ahupua`a of Pauoa, Island of Oahu, also a house lot and two fishponds in the `ili of Kolowalu adjoining Honolulu, also a salt bed at Kukuluaeo adjoining Honolulu. That is what I have to tell you.
Kewalo, December 7, 1847
Cl. 1496, Kahue, December 25, 1848
Kapala wahine, sworn, I know this land. It is in Kewalu [Kewalo] Pauoa, consisting of kalo & house lot, and two fish ponds in Kalowalu, manufactory of salt or salt ponds, in Kukuluaeo, adjoining Honolulu.
1. Kalo land; 7 patches, 6 in this:
Mauka is Kamai
Waititi, Mahoe< ....
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.... is Piikoi
Waikiki by Kalei
4. 2 fish ponds at Kolowalu:
Mauka and Waikiki, Piikoi
Makai by Kauhi;
5. 7 salt beds at Kukuluaeo:
Mauka is Kaluaoku
Waikiki and Makai, Kauhi;
The seven patches are from Pupule given in the year 1846 and perhaps Piikoi had given Pupule his claim; however, Kahue has been comfortable to the present time with no objections. The two fish ponds at Kolowalu are from Kalei in the year 1846 and no one has objected to him. The salt beds are from Kauhi given during the tine he was alive; no one has objected at this time.
Postponed and will resume when Pupule, Piikoi, Kalei and Kauhi are present. To page 727
[No. 1496 not awarded]