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No. 3243, Honolii, Waipouli, January 14, 1848
The Honorable Minister of the Interior, respectful greetings: I desire to purchase in fee simple the place where I live at Waipouli, a mahina`ai /farm/, from the tax official. We lease it for five dollars per year, and I am thinking of buying these seven lo`i in fee simple; however this is not my house lot claim. Kindly consider this, then let me know how much to pay, that is my message.
A respectful farewell to you,
F.T. 94v13 ....
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.... n 1 - 6 lois of weeds, no taro.
Mauka by Hulumoa pasture
Koolau by Hakanui stream
Makai by cool water spring
Kona by Kolehaka pali.
Section 2 - House lot named Kupanihi.
Mauka by loi
Koolau by bank and Puhala trees
Makai by hog corral and road
Kona by water spring.
Land from Kapuniai in 1848, no disputes.
Huluili, sworn, he has heard Kaalihikana's testimony, it is true.
[Award 3243 and Award 3971; R.P. 5505; Kupanani Kapaa Puna; 2 ap.; 2 Acs 1 rood 1 rod]