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No. 1625, Ahukuna
`Ili of Kalaepohaku, Ahupua`a of Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I have four small lo`i. On the east is the lo`i of Maalahia, on the south is the lo`i of Kaulumoku, on the west is the lo`i of Kaulumoku, on the north is the lo`i of Ono, on the east is the fence, on the south is Kaaukai, on the north is the lo`i of Kaulumoku. /sic_/
Cl. 1625, Ahukuna, February 12, 
Kaluawaa stated that claimant was divested of this land. Further explanati ....
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.... ection, 1 house, no fence:
Mauka is a hogs' sty
Waialae, Kahaha's pasture
Makai, my place
[No.] 2. 3 taro patches:
Waialae, hogs' sty
[No.] 3. 1 taro patch:
Mauka, Waialae by Kahaha
Makai by Kaulumoku
Honolulu by Ono.
Ahukuna's land is from Maalahia received when Kinau was yet living and he has always lived there to this time, no one objecting.
[No. 1625 not awarded]