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No. 2314, Hewahewa
Hear ye, Land Commissioners, Greetings to you all: I hereby write my claims for land: First, Kamakoa; second, Olelo a kamalii; third, Kakaia; fourth, Kooku; fifth, Kapakapa; sixth, Kului; seventh, Hale-kuapaa; eighth, Waipao; ninth, Hiiaka; tenth, Ailama. Those are the claims which are from /the time of/ Kamehameha I to Kamehameha III.
Furthermore, there are two lauhala trees.
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Apana 3 is called Waihi, ili of Koalii, is bounded:
Mauka by the koele Laulaupoi
Hikina by the pali
Makai by the land of Kaohia
Waikiki by the watercourse.
Claimant received the land from Kamaha in the time of Kinau & has held possession until now.
Kohihina, sworn, says the testimony above is correct & his own is like it.
Apana 4. Pahale in Kekoalii on the sea shore, Wailupe, Oahu.
[Award 2314; R.P. 2329; Wailupe Kona; 4 ap.; 3.32 Acs]