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No. 1708, Abia Hina, [wahine]
Land Claim at Auwaiolimu: I have twelve lo`i from Kaihikapu, who got it from Kahele, who had it from Liliha, who had it from the Ali`i nui /the King/. I got this land in 1836, from thence until this seventh day of December, 1847.
Lo`i Claim: Hear ye, John Ii, I petition for our claim which we occupied in Auwaiolimu, one lo`i named Awa. We got this lo`i in 1833 from Keanini who had it from Liliha, who had it from the Ali`i nui. I occupied it from thence to the year 1839, when I was dispossessed by Keaweluahi. I lost it from then until this 7th day of December, 1847, when I petition you.
No. 1780, Apia Hina, 17 October 
Paaluhi, sworn, This land is in Honolulu aina in Auwaiolimu, is several pieces.
1. House lot, 1 house, 10 kalo patches & some upland.
Waititi, stream from Pauoa
Ewa, Nuuanu road.
2. 1 kalo patch formerly adjoining
Waititi, Nuuanu road
Ewa, Waikaluhe, land of Kalama.
3. 1 kalo patch:
Waititi, Pauoa Stream
Claimant had these lands from Keaniani, konohiki, in Kinau's time, and has been held in peace to this time, excepting that in 1842 the konohiki, Piikoi, took away and has held to the present time, the two last lots.
Nia, sworn, confirmed the testimony as true. Piikoi took the two patches without any reason or right. Claimant said Keaweluahi took one patch before, which was restored by Hooliliamanu.
Remg [remaining?] Piikoi's testimony
Resumed page 265
Cl. 1708, Apia Hina, 15 March , from page 164
Israela Kekino, sworn, I know Hina's lands in the ili of Auwaiaolimu, Honolulu aina, consisting of 3 pieces.
No. 1. House lot with 10 kalo patches
No. 2. 1 patch and
No. 3. 1 patch.
The house lot & 10 lois are not disputed. The other two ....
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.... charge of Kanokapu and Kaili was continued as hoaaina of these lois. When Kauli died they were given to Kahikapu and Ehu was then over him as konohiki. Kahikapu held them until my father. No one begged the use of them from him, and put fish into them. My father was konohiki of the land, the fish were the King's, and the food Kahikapu's. When Boki left the land came into the hands of Liliha, and Keaniani was appointed over it. He took the land from my father and his wife and gave these two lois to Hina, as his hoaaina. From that time to 1842 Hina had these lois till Keaweluahi took them away. Hooliliamanu tried the case and gave them back to Hina, as having a good title. I am not related to Hina and do not live with her.
Kekino recalled, IL know No. 3 was a poalima before Keaniani, came into office as konohiki but never after, for he then apportioned out some poalima among the people.; this among the rest.
No. 1708, A. Hina, October 17. 1849
Paaluhi, sworn, I have seen his land at Auwaiolimu in Honolulu district 3 land sections. 1 house, a pasture, 10 taro patches:
Waikiki, a stream
Makai, my land Ewa. Nuuanu street.
2. 1 taro patch:
Waikiki, Nuuanu street
Makai, Paaluhi's land
3. 1 taro patch:
Mauka, Kaihe's land
Waikiki, Pauoa stream
Makai and Ewa, Waiwaiole's land.
Hina received his land from Keanini in 1833 and since then he lived under Keanini to 1842 when two patches of sections II and III were taken by the konohiki, Keaweluahi. At this time Piikoi has the land and life has been peaceful on section I with no objections from anyone.
Nia, sworn, Our testimonies are similar but I think Piikoi had taken those two patches of sections II and III without provocation. Hina has always lived on section I without any objections.
See Foreign Testimonies - Piikoi's protests.
[Award 1708; R.P. 104; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .29 Ac.; R.P. 4563; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .45 Ac.; R.P. 1197; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.06 Acs]