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No. 2115, Kahoomiha, Honolulu, December 23, 1847
With Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners: I have a claim for a mo`o at Niolopa, whose konohiki is Kealoha. The boundaries are: east, the lo`i of Kanakaole; north, the land of Pahelu; west, lo`i of Manele; south, an irrigation ditch. A claim for house and kula is in the mo`o of Kaiawaawa whose konohiki is Kealoha. It is bounded on ....
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.... oners "Kahoooika, it would not be advisable for you to sell this place which you are farming to others, but you should continue to cultivate, keeping the matured yield for your-self The same applies to you, Haalelea, in the name of Kekauonohi, it would not be proper for you to sell that place to others until your residence here has been terminated if you were found in error."
[No. 2115 not awarded]