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No. 3018, Mulea, Waianae, January 9, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Lehanonui, Waianae, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the lo`i ko`ele and the land of Kekoa, on the east by the lo`i ko`ele and the land of Kekoa, on the south by the land of Paoa, on the west by the land of Haawenui. The second is my house claim which is bounded on the north by a kula, on the east by a pool, on the south by the muliwai of Pu ....
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.... e center of this moo land.
Mauka by Kekoa's moo land
Ewa by Paoa's moo land
Makai by Mooiki koele
Waianae by Pali.
Section 2 - House site at Lehanoiki.
Mauka by Alio, a well
Ewa by Puehu River
Makai by Government house lot
Waianae by Noni Grove.
Land from Kaapuiki at the time of Kekauluohi. No one objected to Mulea.
Kamono, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kaapuiki.
[Award 3018; R.P. 1057; Aiuku Lehanonui Waianae; 2 ap.; 1.274 Acs.]