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No. 3142, Hooliku
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for two lo'i, a house lot, and a pu'uone /sand dune fishpond/. My lo'is are situated in the 'ili of Haikuau, and a kula too, as on page 72 of the Law, which states that the tenant has a right to a kula, and should give its location. The place where my pu'uone /sand dune pond/ and house lot are situated, are in the 'ili of Iwilei. My claims are situated in Honolulu land Kapalama, Island of Oahu.
Place of residence: Kapulehu
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.... n 2 - House lot.
Mauka by Kuaiwa and Paele's house lot
Waikiki by Kuhelelei's land
Makai by Kila's lot
Ewa by Upai's lot.
Section 3 - Sand dune.
Mauka by Kila's lot
Waikiki by Poli and Muki's land
Makai by sea
Ewa by Kahawaiolaa's land.
These land sections from Naehuelua during Kinau's lifetime before 1839, he has lived there in peace to the present. Naehuelua is the assistant konohiki.
[Award 3142; R.P. 1511; Iwilei Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 2.2 Acs; Kalokoloa Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 1.4 Acs; Kumupali Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; .26 Ac.]