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No. 3398B, Isaia Kaiawe, Claimant (See K)
[Kaiawe], Being sworn, declares that his land claim was duly written by Kekela, schoolmaster of Mahaulepu, at the time his neighbors were having theirs written; that his with theirs was duly sent to the Governor, then at Koloa, & forwarded to Oahu & that the Governor threw them away because, as he said, they were dirty & improperly written. Consequently his claim did not reach the Land Commission.
Kekele, sworn, says, I wrote the claim of Kaiawe & his testimony in regard to it is all true.
Kalai, sworn, says, I ....
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.... y loi, a house lot and a pasture of weeds in 2 sections.
Section 1 - Lois in the ili Hihinui.
Mauka by Konohiki 2 lois
Puna by Paa's ditch
Makai by Hama's taro deposit
Hanapepe by weeds.
Section 2 - Pasture and the house lot in Pula ili.
Mauka by Hama and Samu's house lot
Haiku by salt strip
Makai by beach with sand/sea
Hanapepe by Weliwili.
Land from Kaianui at the time of Kaikioewa, no one objected.
Hama, sworn, he was present, he heard Kaalae's testimony, it is true.
[Award 3398B; R.P. 5201; Hihinui Paa Kona; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 16 rods]