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Cl. 1614B, Hookaamomi, claimant
Claimant appeared & took oath that his claim had been duly made out by Momona & presented, the same was therefore admitted to a hearing.
Mauna, sworn, says the land of claimant is a mooaina called Mikiokai in the ili Keahupuaa, Waikele, Ewa. It contains 4 lois in one piece, and a kahuahale in another.
Apana 1st, 4 lois, is bounded:
Mauka by the loi Kumukukui & Nio
Honolulu by moo Kapakahi
Makai by moo Kapakahi
Waianae by moo Kapakahi.
Apana 2: kahuahale, bounded:
Mauka the kula of Kaholo
Honolulu by kula of Kaholo
Makai by paaina of Keanupoo
Waianae by paaina.
Claimant r ....
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.... e time the claim was being filed.
It is true Hookaamomi's land was from Kieleele at the time of Poki and he has lived there continuously to the present time. I have not known the house site to be the reason the tenants have left the land.
Kaholo, sworn, it is true he had taxed the farming tenants on that land except for the house site.
Kalanao, sworn, the above statements are true, he has known in the same way. Life has been pleasant up to a very recent time, the konohiki has made an opposition; the reason is not known to Kalanao.
[Award 1614B; R.P. 1282; Auahi Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; .598 Ac.; Mikiokai Waikele Ewa; 1 ap. 1.405 Acs; see Hookaamoni for RP]