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No. 1977, Hoa
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for a house lot in Honolulu. It was founded before the sailing of Boki ma, it is an old interest for me. The boundaries of which I am telling you are: adjoining on the north is the place of Kalunaaina, who died, on the east is Kaai-lauhala's place, on the south is Kauhola's place, on the west is the Chinese's place.
HOA, X His mark
/Note in margin say ....
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Mauka, Kauhola's lot
Waikiki, Kaihuna Pake's (Chinese?) lot
Makai, S. Reynold's lot
Ewa, Kaailauhala's lot.
Kalunaaina had given him his land during the time of Kinau and he has continuously lived there. No one has objected.
Kanakaole, sworn, We have known similarly. No one has objected.
See Kalunaaina's claim for this place, also Hikiau's claim, N.T. No. 150, for this place; there is a protest.
[No. 1977 not awarded]