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No. 2689, Lapahuila
To the Land Commissioners: I have a land at Paalaa in Kalie. There are five lo`i, from my kupunas to my makuas, and on their death, to us, until this time. It was from the time of Kamehameha I. The name of my kihapai /farm/ is Lihue. On the north is Kahana-nui's, on the south is Kaalanu's, on the east is Kekipi's, on the west is Kawaiola ....
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.... uka, Kekipi's land
Waianae, roadway of the land named Kanenelu
Makai, Kawaiolaa's land
Koolaupoko, Kahanonui's land, Pahukii.
This land was from his ancestors and is undisputed,
Witness 2, Kaopukonahua: His knowledge of these lo`is is the same as Paakai's.
[Award 2689; R.P. 3422; Kalie Paalaa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.29 Acs; Lapahuila for Hiapo