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No. 3543, Kaluhikaua, Honolulu, 15 January
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for one mo`o in the `ili of Kaakaukukui. I have sixteen lo`i and there is one lo`i ko`ele for the konohiki in that mo`o. That is my claim. Farewell to you and thanks,
No. 3543, Kuhikana,12 December 1854
Kahuhikana relates to the land officers. Mahuka, the overall konohiki of M. Kekuanaoa has chastised me by taking my ....
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.... ade a complaint to the court of my taking his land he could not do this because he had known of his guilt. The land has been with me for six months, Kaluhikana has not done any planting whatsoever in the least on this land because the land has been with the konohiki to the present day.
Decision: Kaluhikana has no claim on that and as shown in the above (statements). That place in its entirety shall be for the konohiki as usual. By the officers who settle titles. 13 December 1854.
[No. 3543 not awarded]