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No. 1829, Hoohoku
`Ili of Kawailele, Manoa, Island of Oahu. I have one mo`o, nine lo`i, one kula, one house lot. On the north is the kula of Paniani, on the east is the lo`i of Hoa, on the south is the kula of Hamakahonu, on the west is the lo`i of Kapaula. It is finished.
No. 1829, Hookoku, 5 November 1849
Nakula, sworn, This is in Kawailele, Waititi, kalo, 8 patches & some kula with 1 house.
Honolulu, Mr. Rice.
Claimant had this from Lui, ....
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.... 25 October 1854
Hoohoku and Wahahee related "We shall live under the konohiki and the konohiki will refund $7.00 by Hoohoku and $8.00 by Wahahee for Paele."
J. Kekaulahao, Land Officer who settles claims.
See page 425
No. 1829, Hookohu (from page 402); No. 1827, Wahahee (from page 422)
We do not agree with the statements written by Kekaulahao on page 422 of this book on 25 October, and here we are because of the claim, right or wrong according to the law.
[Award 1829; R.P. 2582; Wailele Manoa Kona; 1 ap.; .95 Ac.]