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No. 1665, Maile
Honorable Members of the Privy Council, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim for taro land in the `ili of the Ahupua`a, situated in Kalihi waena, Oahu, on that side of the stream, just makai of the bridge. The konohiki is Aki wahine. It is bounded on the north by a land for Kauki, on the east and south a land for Kaua, on the west by a land for P. Kahalehau. There are also four lo`i in this claim for which I petition, within Kaua's land. This land has been held by me from the time that Kahuna was the tax official, until this day on which I write.
Puuhale, Kalihi, Oahu
No. 1665, Maile, 15 October 
Keiliokea, sworn, this land in Kalihi, Kapakini, consisting of kalo land & kula.
1 house lot, 1 house & fen ....
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.... s alive and he passed a decision for the three patches as belonging to Maile. It has been probably three years to the present time. There has been no objections.
Kahalehau, sworn, From the testimony of Kaililaukea, the boundary of the house lot is correct, but the boundaries of the taro patches are erroneous and stand to be corrected as indicated below:
2. Land lot, 1 taro patch:
Ewa, my land.
3. Land lot, 1 taro patch:
Mauka and Honolulu, Kaluaomahi
4. Land lot, 1 taro patch:
Ewa, Kaua and his statement as to who had given him his interest is correct; no one has objected.
[Award 1665; no R.P.; Hapakini Kalihi Kona; 2 ap.; .24 Ac.]