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No. 1542, Kaolala
To the Honorable Members of the Privy Council, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby describe my land claim in Kalihi in the `ili of Haunapo, whose konohiki is Pulaa. This is a taro land claim and also a parcel of kula adjoining my taro land. It is bounded as follows: on the north a land for Kauki, on the east, a bridge over the Kalihi Stream, on the south, a land also, for Kauki, on the west, a kula for Kaililaukea. I got this claim long before Kahuna was the tax ....
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Makai, my land
Ewa, Alika's place.
The house lot at Niau I has been fenced with one house in it.
Mauka, J. Meek's place
Honolulu to Makai, Weuweu's place
Ewa, Kalauolupe's place.
Kaolala's interest is from Kaailauhala given at the time of Kaomi and there was no objection.
Kamoku, sworn, I have seen this land just as Kamoku has related here.
[Award 1542; R.P. 2849; Kekuapalau Kalihi Kona; 1 ap.; .43 Ac.; Niau Kalihi Kona; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.]