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No. 2315, Halekii, December 28, 1847
Hear ye, Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Halekii, hereby write you my claims for land. Kaliu is a small loko ho`oholo i`a*. Furthermore. It is finished.
/*Translator's note: pond in which fish were raised./
No. 2315, Halekii
Kailiohewa, sworn says, he knows the land of Halekii at Wailupe, Oahu. Knows the three pieces ....
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.... />Mauka by the land of Kaiki
Hikina by the land Papalea
Makai by the sea
Waikiki by the muliwai, Kalia.
Claimant received the loko from Kumuhonua in the time of Kinau, and has held the same in quiet until now.
Naehu, sworn, says the above testimony is correct, and his own is like it.
[Award 2315; R.P. 3437; Kahoowaha Wailupe Kona; 2 ap.; 1. 25 Acs; R.P. 3437; Halekii Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; .47 Ac.; Halekii Wailue Kona; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.]