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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 i ....
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.... 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]