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No. 2515, Makuahine
Here is my claim for land: `Ili of Kalimaloa, mo`o of Kiapa, 6 lo`i, 1 kula, 1 house site.
Helu 2515, Makuahine, (kuleana haule) see 420 page
Kipapa, hoohikiia, ka me nana i kakau i keia kuleana o Makuahine, ua ae mai oia nana i kakau.
Kaiwewena, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma ka Ilio Kalimaloa, Heeia.
Apana 1. 1 loi.
Apana 2. 4 loi.
Apana 3. Kahuahale.
Apana 1 penei na palena:
Mauka, he kula
Koolauloa, nahelehele o Wawae
Makai, na loi o Kaiwewena
Makai, ko Kaiwewena aina
Kailua, ko Kapakai aina.
Mauka, ko Kaanui hale
Koolauloa, kuapa o Heeia
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.... h, thus, both have six patches of their own, lying there, but Kiopa has not been included in this claim, except by the surveyor. I have known it was for the konohiki, because Kalunaaina and his group was [were] working when I first went there to live and this Makuahine was the head man of the land, Kalimuloa.
Keliikanakaole, sworn, I am a native of Kalimuloa in Heeia. I had lived there at the time Keaniani had the care of all the ahupuaa lands in Koolaupoko. I have known that this land in question was for the konohiki because all of the tenants of Kalimuloa were doing koele work. It was for the konohiki when the land was possessed by Makuahine and it is still with the konohiki to the present day.
The decision for this land has been postponed until a land officer has seen it.
[Award 2515; R.P. 1576; Kalimaloa Heeia Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 1.35 Acs]