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No. 1497, Hunona
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim, for one fish pond at Honuakaha, one half of a taro lo`i in the `ili of Kaaweoweo, adjoining Kewalo, a salt bed at Kukuluaeo, /and 5 half of a taro /lo`i/ in the `ili of Kewalo.
Honuakaha, adjoining Kewalo kai, in Honolulu, December 7, 1847
Cl. 1497, Hunona, December 25, 1848
Pahiha, sworn, I know this land. It is in Kukuluaeo, Honolulu, consisting of one fish pond, and oth ....
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.... t this time, life is peaceful.
2. 6 rows of taro at Paaweoweo in Honolulu. Keaho had given this interest to Hunona in 1845 and he /Hunona/ is the servant of Kaaha. No one has obiected to him at this time
3. 5 salt pits at Kukuluaeo:
Mauka, Waikiki, and Makai, also Ewa, are for Kauhi.
My interest is from Newa in the year 1847 and Newa's claim is from Kauhi, yet no one objects to Newa's life at present, it is peaceful.
Postponed and will be resumed when Newa, Keoho and Kauahi are present.
[No. 1497 not awarded]