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No. 1605B, Nakai, claimant
Claimant appeared & made oath that his claim was duly made out by Maakuia & presented & his is therefore admitted to a hearing.
Kekukahiko, sworn, says the land of claimant is a moo aina in 3 pieces, & having 6 lois, one called Hakelo, another Mahuna, 2 small ones called Kenahupu, the 5th Kapaihi & the 6th Kalole & a kula in the ili Niukee, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu.
Apana 1 is bounded
Mauka by kula of konohiki & the loko Kihewamakawala
Honolulu by kahuahale of Kaunahi
Makai by loko Nihola
Waianae by loi called Kapaiki of Kaunahi & a part of Kihewamaka ....
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.... >Makai by Nihola sand dune
Waianae by Kapaihi, Kaunahi's patch.
Section 2 - 1 patch in the ili of Niukee.
Mauka by Nihola taro deposit
Honolulu by Niukee taro deposit
Makai by Opio taro deposit
Waianae by Niukee ditch.
Section 3 - A house site in Niukee.
Mauka by Land enclosure
Honolulu by Kaunahi's house site / Manuwa's House site
Makai by Kihewamakawalu pali
Waianae by Kamalae's house site.
Land from Kuakahia at the time of Poki. No one objected to him.
Kamaeaea, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kekukahiko.
[Award 1605B; R.P. 4179; Mahuna Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; .885 Ac.]