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No. 1700, Liaikulani, Honolulu, Oahu, December 12, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my house lot claim, at Kamanuwa in Honolulu, on the north side of the church of L. Smith. It is bounded on the north by a stream, on the east by Kamanuwai lo`i, on the south by the lot of Waue, on the west by the house lot or Kalanikahua. I occupied this place in the year 1836. It was given me by Puahiki. This place was given to me, and Naue ma gave it to a haole. Therefore, ....
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.... Umiokalani also
Ewa, a river which flows to where the ships dock.
Liaikulani had lived under Puahiki previously and has now lived under him since 1834 to the present time. Puahiki is the owner of the property. He has gone to Kauai while his sister, Umiokalani, lives there as custodian of the land
Ihiuula, sworn, Our testimonies are similar just as Kanaula has just related here.
[Award 1700; R.P. 1971; Kaliu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .37 Ac.; See protest No. 863]