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No. 3311, Mainui, Koloa, January 11, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings I, Mainui, a Hawaiian subject living at Koloa hereby state my claim for land. There are six lo`i; on the east is the watercourse, on the north is the kula. Seven chains is the distance from the watercourse, at the beginning, lying to the northeast to the lot of Hukiku, thence turning to the east, running 18 chains; that is the north side, to the wall, then turning south, 7 chains to the water course, the ....
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.... nd of Mainui in the ili of Kaauwaeluna in East Koloa. 6 lois and a sugar cane garden and a house lot.
Mauka by kula of Keaku, an ili
Puna by kula and a loi of Lehukini
Makai by ili of Kaauwaelalo
Hanapepe by loi of Paa.
This land came from Hukiku in the time of Kaahumanu. No one has objected.
Lehuakini, witness, I have seen the testimony of Kahukina and it is true.
[Award 3311; R.P. 3752; Kaauwaeluna Koloa Kona; 1 ap.; 5.25 Acs 39 rods]