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No. 2532, L. Makahanohano
Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners of the Mo`i, Kamehameha III of the Hawaiian Kingdom: I hereby state my claim for land. The land is Kalua, an `ili of Wailuku. I got these three mo`o, which are not all in one place. Mo`o One has 13 wet lo`i and 3 dry lo`i. There is some dry ground in this mo`o. The eastern boundary is from the cactus to the fence, there are also some lauhala trees. A watercourse is the boundary on the west, south and north. Mo`o Two has 13 lo`i. The boundaries are the banks, on the east and west, a watercourse is on the north, and on the south is a bank with a pathway on it. Mo`o Three has 8 wet lo`i, and in it are 2 for someone else, however it is with my permission. 2 lo`i are dry and the mo`o has some dry land and has a fence which is the eastern boundary and there are also some hala trees there. A watercourse is the boundary on the west, the bank is the boundary on the north, and on the south is a watercourse and a bank. The correct witness, Pakamia, is dead -- we were the ones who worked ....
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Parcel 3. Taro mo`o in the `Ili of Kalua.
Parcel 4. House lot in the `Ili of Kalua.
He had it from Hoapilikane in 1837. There is no opposition. One po`alima is in Parcel 1.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Ohule
Waihee by Hamanalau
Makai by land boundary wall
Maalaea by Kaolelo.
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the konohiki, M. Kekuanaoa
Waihee by Hinakahua
Makai by the konohiki
Maalaea by Eli.
[No.] 3 is bounded:
Mauka by Kekua
Waihee by Napue
Makai by government lot
Maalaea by Kamakona.
[No.] 4 is bounded:
Mauka by the `Ili of Kuunaheana
Waihee by government lot and Kaai
Makai by Kaai
Maalaea by the same.
Maawaiki, sworn, I know his mala of sweet potatoes in the Ahupua`a of Keauhou, at Honuaula. It was from me in 1844. There is no opposition.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Nawaiki
Kahikinui by Makalele
Makai by Maawaiki
Kula by the same.
[Award 2532; R.P. 5515; Kalua Wailuku; 5 ap.; 3.26 Acs]