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No. 3234, Hinakahua
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. There are 23 lo`i in the `Ili called Kalua in Wailuku, Maui. However they are not situated together, but jump as follows: 19 lo`i are in my own mo`o, four of my lo`i are in Kaauwai's mo`o, which were received from Kawelohea; and I have four lo`i in Napue's mo`o which I received from Kapuniho, who received them from Kawelohea. These adjoin Makahanohano's.
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.... Makahanohano's land.
No. 3934!, Hinakahua, July 10, 18490
[should be 3234]
Hoaai, sworn, I know his single parcel in the `Ili of Kalua in Wailuku. He had it from Nahalepuoa before 1830. One po`alima is in it. There is no opposition.
It is bounded:
Mauka by George Lans*
Waihee by Z. Kaauwai
Makai by government lot
Maalaea by Makahanohano.
[Award 3234; no R.P.; Kalua Wailuku; 2 ap.; 1.43 Acs]