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No. 3104, Kaelemakule
`Ili of Ohia, a claim for mo`o and lo`is and kula. I hereby state to you, the Land Commissioners, /my claim for/ a mo`o and the lo`is and a kula. I received my land from Kapupuu, and on his death, Napuupahoehoe was my konohiki until this time. There are 33 lo`i. The boundaries of my mo`o are a stream on the south, a mo`o of Hakapau is on the west, a pali is on the north, a mo`o for Kaualua is on the east. Also, in the `Ili of Nohoana, I have two lo`i which I got ....
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.... br>Maalaea by the Creek of Waikapu.
No. 3104, Kaelemakule, July 14, 1849
Kamai, sworn, I know his taro parcel and kula at Ohia `Ili in Waikapu. He received it from Puupahoehoe in the time of Kamehameha I. Three lo`i for Puupahoehoe are in this parcel of land. He has occupied it in peace. No opposition.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Manu
Waihee by pali
Kula by my land
Maalaea by Waikapu stream.
[Award 3104; R.P. 3126; Ohia Waikapu; 1 ap.; 1.67 Ac.]