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No. 3180, Kauhuki
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim, as in the Law. There are thirteen lo'i. Also, mauka, is Ha(?), a mountain area, a good valley, where I have a claim. It is in the `ili of Pohakalawai in Kalihi, Island of Oahu.
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.... he time Poki had returned with the corpse of the Lihollho's in 1825.
Kauhuki had always lived on these places until his death on 4 September. Then the land was bequested to Kanukuhuluhulu, his younger brother. No objections.
Section 2: Is planted with taro, banana and sugar cane - they are growing abundantly.
[No. 3180 not awarded]