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No. 1738, I. Kahuhikaua, Hilo, Hawaii, 4 December 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby state to you that I have a lot at Waiakea Ahupua'a in the 'ili of Kamokoloa. It is 72 fathoms long by 39 fathoms wide.
The reason for my telling the foregoing is that I have heard that the Government will take the lands of those who do not claim them by the 14th of February in the year to come. That is my thought.
It is finished.
No. 1738, I. Kaluhikaua
To the Land Commissioners, ....
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[It is bounded]:
North is Ili Ohelo
East is Pouoki's field
South is land of Mihaeleiki -
West is Road running along the River.
Lot is partly fenced and cultivated - and has 6 house on it belonging to 1 to Kaluhikaua - 1 Kalolo - 1 Kapapa - 1 Aimoku - 1 Opea - to claimant in 1843, then Konohiki. I know of no dispute. 1 Alamanu. They have no claim on the land only in their houses. Pea gave this lot
Oweliweli, sworn, knew the above testimony to be true.
[Award 1738; R.P. 1146; Waiakea Hilo; 1 ap.; 2.98 Acs; See also scribe note for F.T. page 45v5]