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No. 3131, Kuapuu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land in the `ili in the Ahupua`a of Leleakoae, Waianae, Island of Oahu. There is one mo`o, bounded on the south by the mo`o of Keaomakani, on the west by the weed-grown mo`o, on the north by an adjoining mo`o, on the east by the mo`o of Kahau. There is one valley /planted in/ wauke, and one kula adjoining Maili. I got this claim before the printing of the law.
No. 3131, Kuapuu, claimant
Lauhulu, sworn, the land of claimant consists of 2 moo ainas, called Puniaikane & Kamai in the ili Lelekoae, Waianae, Oahu. It contains 31 lois & a kula in one piece.
Apana 1 is bounded:
Mauka by the ilis, Kaikui ....
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.... kamai in the ili of Leleaekoae in Waianae, Oahu - 31 patches and a pasture in 1 section.
Mauka by Kukuilaukahuli in Punokapu ili
Swa Kukuilaukahuli and Lelekoaeiki ili
Makai by Kaaikanaka koele patch
Waianae by Water stream.
Section 2 - Uluhawa, a River.
Mauka by Kawakea pali
Ewa by Kaolae ili land
Makai by Government road
Waianae by Puuohulu pali.
Section 3 - A wauke valley toward the mountain.
Mauka by pali
Ewa by Kiilauhulu pali
Makai by Kaole ili land
Waianae by Pili pasture.
Sections 1,2,3 to Kuapuu from Kahele at the time of Kaomi, no one objected.
Kanepaina, sworn, he has known in the same way as Lauhulu.
[Award 3131; R.P. 364; Pumaikane Leleakoae Waianae; 1 ap.; 3.136 Acs]