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No. 87, Kaluhinu, wahine, claimant
Document copied in Native Register, Page 95
No. 37!, Kuluhina
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I am telling you of my house lot at Kaumakapili, Honolulu.
The explanation is this: this place formerly was unused - there were no house lots or houses or any person living here formerly. Therefore Paele, seeing it was separate, built his house and a fence after the house was built, and lived there during the time he was building, with no op-position.
His wife suggested they go to a ....
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.... was living there, there was no fence or house nor a well. He lived there until his wife was taken ill. He went away to live and returned after her death. He had problems, therefore, there was a sale with Kuluhinu for twenty dollars. Kuluhinu lived on that property with all of Paele's belongings until the road was dug and some other sections of the land were broken. This person (here) built a house and had lived there until her husband returned from Tahiti and paid Paele an additional twenty dollars which totaled a sum of forty dollars.
[Award 87; R.P. 2002; Maunakea St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .08 Ac.]