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No. 2703, Holi, Waialee, Oahu, December 31, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, respectful greetings: I, Holi, hereby state my claim for land and house lot, one lo`i and a watercourse bank, a half of a lo`i and a share of a lo`i and a connecting watercourse in another place. The boundaries are: on the north, house lot, on the east, Kaio's, on the south, Kalua's, on the west, kula land. I also have a kula land. That is my claim at Waialee.
2. At Pahipahialua I have a claim for a wauke and noni garden.
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.... alua's land
Waialua side by the konohiki
Makai by claimant's house site.
The second piece is bounded:
On Hauula side by the konohiki
Mauka by the kula land
On Waialua side by Huaka's land
Makai by a stone wall.
Claimant has no kula land cultivated. (Claimant says he has no land in either Pahipahialua or Kaunala).
His house site is in Waialee, and is not enclosed. He has held the kalo patches for 16 years.
[Award 2703; R.P. 1326; Waialee Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 1.25 Acs]