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No. 2312, Hanakinau
To the Land Commissioners of the Independent Kingdom of Hawaii, Greetings: I, Hanakinau, hereby state my land claim to you, at Waialae One, for 4 lo`i and also a kula, two planted trees, an alani /orange/ and a cherimoya. There are also some trees in the mountain forest, and /the right to take/ one of the fishes of t ....
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Apana 2. One loi is bounded:
Mauka by koele Kaaipo
Hikina by kula no konohiki
Makai by koele Keokea
Honolulu by koele Kaiwiponapona.
Apana 3. Kahuahale in Waialaenui in Punaluu, Bounded:
Mauka, hale o Makaweli
Makai, loko no Makaweli
Honoluu, kula no Konia.
[No. 2312 not awarded]