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No. 48 F.L., Polikua
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Polikua, a luna under the Governor of Oahu, tending an `Ili of the Fort, which is named Kapiwai, at Pauoa, hereby enter /my claim for/ my own two lo`i and a parcel of kula, being the first parcel. Parcel Two is at Alewa where I have four lo`i of my own; this is my own claim, which I occupy and farm. Also, at Kapiwai, are twelve lo`i po`alima and a parcel of kula and I am thinking of taking six lo`i po`alima and a parcel of kula for myself, leaving six ....
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.... i, Kekuhina's land
Ewa, Malio's land.
Land from M. Kekuanaoa at the time Kekuanaoa had returned from Kauai in 1849, no objections and Polikua was konohiki of Kapiwai.
Huluhulu, sworn, I have known in the same way as Kuhina has stated above.
Polikua reports there are 12 poalima patches. John Ii states that the land that the land officers had objected so the six patches cannot be claimed and they cannot be distributed in that manner.
[Award 48 F.L.; R.P. 2668; Alewa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .40 Ac.]