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No. 1903, Lolohi
To the Great President of the Land Commissioners,- William L. Lee, and his companions, Greetings to You and your commissioners: As directed by you to the claimants to state their claims I have some claims for salt works at Kukuluaeo:
2 salt beds
15 Hooliu /Literally - cause to leak, therefore, drains./
2 Poho kai /depressions where salt is gathered/
1 salt kuIa
A small farm is at lower Kaliu, close to the kawa /leaping place/ of Puehuehu.
1 cultivated kula.
These are my claims.
I am, with thanks,
Honolulu, 15 December, 1847
Cl. 1903, Lolohi
Peka wahine, sworn, I know this place. It is on the salt plains, Hono ....
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The hearing on Lohilohi's taro section will be heard on Monday. See page 550
No. 1902!, Lolohi, From pg. 549, November 26, 1849
[should be 1903]
Puhi, sworn, I have seen his land at Kaliu in Honolulu district.
4 taro patches, 1 pasture:
Makai, Paahana also
Ewa, Kaliuluna which is Kekualoa's land.
Lolohi's land is from Kuke given in the year 1844 and he has been living comfortably. No one has objected.
Kelalaina, sworn, Our testimonies are alike. No one has objected.
[Award 1903; Land Patent 8174; Kaliu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .69 Ac.; Land Patent 8237; Kukuluaeo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .74 Ac.]