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No. 3565, Kamalie, Koloa, Kauai, 12 January 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Kamalie, a Hawaiian subject living at Koloa, island of Kauai hereby state my claim for kula and lo`i. Here is the diagram of the kula and a lo`i. The road which goes to Maunakilika as far as the bridge is the north and northwest boundary. The stream is the boundary on the east. The land of Keo is the southern boundary. Here is also shown in the diagram the nature of the kula parcel. Beginning, as far as the bridge, 19 chains, 1 fathoms or more. The stream side is the same. North, 30 fathoms, south, 55 fathoms.
That is my kula claim. The lo`is are makai. ....
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.... the ili of Maulili.
Section 1 - Lois, cane field and a house.
Mauka by road
Puna by stream
Makai by Kalino's land
Hanapepe by going up to Maunakilika, a road.
Section 2 - 2 lois.
Mauka by Paehewa's loi
Puna by Maulili, ditch
Makai by Laaunui's loi
Hanapepe by Habakuka loi.
Land from Kanoa consisting of a pasture, cane field and lois. Two lois in Maulili from E. Opunui, it has been probably four years now, since he had received them, no problems.
Habakuka, sworn, he has heard Moku's report for the land of Kaiaikamalie, it is true.
[Award 3565; R.P. 5200; Maulili Koloa Kona; 2 ap.; 38 rods]