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No. 2285, Kaaikalo
To the Land Commissioners of the Independent Kingdom of Hawaii, Greetings: Be it known by you that I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim to you. I, Kaaikalo, at Waialae 1 /claim/ 6 taro lo`i and two watercourses, two cultivated kula, a grove, and a fish /right/ under the konohiki. I got it from Kaula in the era of Kamehameha III, in the year of the Lord, 1847, and have had continuous occupation in peace and with ....
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.... t possession until he left to take charge of Waialaenui.
Apana 3. He pahau in Aipako, Waialaeiki & is bounded:
Mauka by the pahale, Kaulu
Wailupe by the paaina
Makai by the kula o konohiki
Honolulu by the koele Aipako.
Kahelepololei, sworn, confirmed the above testimony as true & says it is also his own.
[Award 2285; R.P. 2284; Aipako Waialaeiki Kona; 1 ap.; .11 Ac.; Paeole Waialaeiki Kona; 2 ap.; .4 Ac.; RP is for Umalele]