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No. 2432, Kahilikaula
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners: My land claim is in the `ili of Halaula III and in Halaula II in Wailuku. The boundaries of the lo`is at Halaula III are the lo`is of Kalaka and the stream on the north, the lo`is of Apiki on the east, the watercourse on the south, the lo`is of`ili, Kealolou, gave them to me. In the `ili of Halaula II are 15 lo`i which were given me by Nailiili and Lumilani. Nailiili is the landlord of the `ili and Lumilani is a Lopa /tenant/. I have some lo`i in other `ilis: one is at Umieu, one is at Mokuhau, which were given me by Ohule and Keakuapahipahi, who are Lopa /tenants/. Wood was taken from the mountain, grass from the kula, and fish from the sea, as in the law.
Wailuku, December ....
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.... ea by Lumilani's land.
No. 2432, Kahilikaula, July 5, 1849
Kawaloalama, sworn, I know of two parcels of land at Wailuku which are his.
Parcel 1 - Taro land at Halaula 1.
Parcel 2 - Taro land at Halaula 2.
His land was from Kelolou in 1835; there is no opposition. One po`alima is at Halaula 1.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Uwe, Poe and Naea
Waihee by Mr. Keneoli*
Makai by Makaiele, Apiki and Kawahalama
Maalaea by Naleipuleho.
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Naonohi
Waihee by Wailuku Stream
Makai by Nailiili and Poe
Maalaea by Lumilani.
/* of the Mission/
[Award 2432; R.P. 5942; Halaula 1 Wailuku;1 ap.; 2.98 Acs; Halaula 2; 1 ap.; .04 Ac.]