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No. 3103, Kalawaia
`Ili of Nohoana, a claim for lo`i. I hereby state to you, the Land Commissioners, my claim at Waikapu for five lo`i; one lo`i in Kahika's mo`o, two lo`i in Kuolaia's mo`o make a total of eight lo`i. Some my lo`is were from Kuolaia. In the `Ili of Pikooku is a separate pauku, with eight lo`i and a small kula, which was received from Kuolaia in 1843. A pali is on the north, a stream is on the east, a land of Punia is on the south, a ....
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.... Taro pauku and kula at Nohoana.
He received his two parcels from Kuolaia in 1844, who had it from his makuakane in the time of Kamehameha I. No opposition.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by lo`i pa`ahao [loi paahao]
Waihee by stream
Kula by Punia `Ili
Maalaea by myself [Kaaai].
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Kuaiwa `Ili
Waihee by Nahau
Kula by Nahau
Maalaea by myself [Kaai].
[Award 3103; R.P. 3127; Pikoku Waikapu; 1 ap.; .48 Ac.]