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No. 3077, Kahai
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kahai, hereby write my claim which is from the time of Kamehameha First to Kamehameha Third. The name is Papaalaea. Makai is a kula planted in watermelon, to the upland where the tall trees grow. My makuas consumed the produce of that mo'o.
Also: first, Kukuiolono, second, Kaohia, third, Kanakapilau, fourth, Kapuukamanu, fifth, Nawai, sixth, Waoala, seventh, Kaohiaai, eighth, Namahana, ninth, Kalulu, tenth, Waipao. From Kaliu on is cultivated in watermelon. Kaliu is a mul ....
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.... the kahawai.
Apana 4 called Kapukamanu 2, ili of Kamulwai, is bounded:
Mauka by land of Kahai
Hikina by pali of Kaohia
Makai by land of Kaalehu
Waikiki by the kahawai.
Claimant received the land from Kamaho in the time of Kinau & has held the same in quiet until now.
Hewahewa, sworn says, the testimony is true & his own is like it.
[Award 3077; R.P. 3438; Kamuliwai Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; .62 Ac.; Kaohia Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; 2.85 Acs; Papalea Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; 2.61 Acs; Waoula Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; .95 Ac.]