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No. 1540, Kahuiku
Honorable Members of the Privy Council, Greetings: I hereby describe my claim for taro land in the `ili of Keauhou, situated in Kalihi uka, Oahu, on that bank of Kalihi stream. Pao is the konohiki. Its boundaries are: on the north, a land of Hoopio, on the east, a land for Kaloahalau, on the south, a land of Hoanui, on the west, a land for Pao. There are also some lauhala trees in my claim, which are in the land of Pao, the konohlki. Five lo`i "jump" in another place, next to Kapuunoni's land. This claim was acquired when Kahuna beca ....
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.... lu, Kaneulupo's place
Makai, Halekii and Hoenui's place
Ewa, Moehonua's place.
Mauka, Kaelemakule's place
Honolulu, Beckley's place
Makai, Moehonua's place
Ewa, Kaloahalau's place.
I had given him all of his taro lands and he had the house lot a very long time ago. This was during the lifetime of Liholiho and he (Kahuiki) lived on that land in peace. I gave this land in 1846 which I had received from Kaunuohua.
[Award 1540; R.P. 1502; Kaluapulu Kalihi Kona; 1 ap.; .23 Ac.; Keauhou Kalihi Kona; 2 ap.; 1.96 Acs]