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Cl. 1712C, Nuuanu, claimant
Claimant appeared and made oath that his claim was made out by Kaopanio & as he supposes was duly presented by the same he is therefore admitted to a hearing.
Ohule, sworn says, the land of claimant is a moo aina called Kalai in the ili of Keahupuaa, Waikele, Ewa, Oahu. Apana 1 contains 4 lois & 2d apana contains a pahale in the kula of Auiole.
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.... ; ili
Makai by Kauhaikui moo land
Waianae by Kahakuohia ili.
Section 2 - A garden.
Makai by of Kapuna in the pasture of Aniole, this pasture is surrounded by a fence except for the Makai by side.
Nuuanu's land from Makue at the time of Kaahumanu I. No one objected to him.
Heulu, sworn, he has known in the same way as Ohule.
[Award 1712C; R.P. 853; Kapuna Waikele Ewa;; 1 ap.; .518 Ac.]