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No. 2359, Kaiwiino
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kaiwiino, on the Island of Molokai, have a small `ili in the Ahupua`a of Honoulimaloo, which is named Pukaiki. Here is its length /no length given/, the width is five chains, one chain on the easterly side, Alamihikawai, the lower side is Kapehu, mauka is Kualauala. This `ili lies from ....
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.... heo, and Keohokalole, the konohikis have been kahalekulu, Kahilinalo, Kekuanui, Kaha, Mauna, and Lima. The witnesses are Kauakahi, Koahoouka and Puu, therefore, I have a claim to this land for you, the Commissioners, to consider and confirm. It is finished.
Honoulimaloo, Molokai, December 21, 1847
[No. 2350 not awarded; See Award 167B]