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No. 141B, Kalia
Konohiki testifies to this claim in ili Haleokane Ahaina, 2 parts.
Part 1, kalo
Mauka, is surrounded with palis and watercourse.
Part 2nd kula
Claimant's lands are an inheritance to claimant's wife & konohiki confirms him there.
F.T. 130v6 also page 51
No. [141B], Kalia
Kanealauwahine, hoohikiia, Ma ka ili o Haleokane ma Ahainonui.
Apana 1. aina kalo. Ua puni na aoao eha i ka pali
Apana 2. aina kula
Mai na makua mai. I ka wa o Haalou. Ua hoopaa ke konohik ....
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.... until the present. The konohiki has 6 coconut trees in Apana 1.
Kanealawahine, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true - my knowledge of it is the same. I am the deputy konohiki.
Decision: To take off the 6 coconut trees of konohiki.
N.T. 130v6 [also page 51]
[No number], Kalia
Kanalawahine, sworn, In the ili of Haleokane in Ahainonui.
Section 1 - Taro land.
Cliffs are on all four sides.
Section 2 - Pasture land.
Mauka and Manae by Konohiki
Makai by Road
Malalo by Stream.
Land from Kalia's parents at the time of Haalou, no one has objected to Kalia.
The konohiki has retained this interest.
[Award 141B; R.P. 3323; Kaleokane Ahaino; 3 ap.; 2.61 Acs]