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No. 114, A. Paki, See Sketch 2
Lot of Kaunu. Here is the reason this lot became mine - it was the place of the kahu Kaupena. Kekoa, a man who formerly sold rum, but became reformed, asked me to make him a house in the lot of Kaupena ma on the Pohukaina border, and I did so, and he gave it to me. - that is how it became mine. ....
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.... was the resident and his son was Kamaunu, a name for the elder Kamaunu. It has been known through hearing and personally observing that the property is for Paki and no one was [sic] [has] objected to the present time.
[No. 114; R.P. 298; Polelewa Honolulu Kona; Corner Nuuanu & King Sts; 1 ap.; .05 Ac.; See documents under Award 113]