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[No. 3112], Kahue, Division of Waimea, Kauai, January 6, 1848
[number shown as 3113!, should be 3112]
To the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles, greetings: there is a kihapai and kula in the ili of Hakioa in Makaweli, island of Kauai.
Two kihapais were given me, named Kapuahola and Kuaiohe. There are three loi in these kihapais which were given by Kiokio, the Konohiki, in 1846.
The boundaries are as follows: beginning at Kanaiakula on the north, 2 chains 7 fathoms on this si ....
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Mauka by Maoloha a moo
Hanapepe by auwai of Kapuahela
Makai by Kauaihau's loi
Mana by pali of Kaneakula.
I gave these lands to Claimant in the year 1846. I was then Konohiki of Makaweli. Claimant's title to these lands was not disputed.
Meka Kahiloa, sworn, verifies the testimony [of] Kiokio.
No. 3112, Kahue
/reading is difficult hereon to page 103/ [includes 103]
[Award 3112; Hakioa 2 ap. 2 roods 34 rods]