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No. 3594, Kalauhala, Niumala, January 15, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim for two lo`i. I, Kalauhala, a Hawaiian subject living at Niumalu on the island of Kauai, state that those two lo`i are not situated together in one place. They were from Paulo Kanoa.
KALAUHALA X his mark
No. 3594, Kalauhala, Claimant
Hiku, sworn, says I know the land of Claimant. It is in Niumalu and lies in three pieces.
No. 1 is one loi in the ili of Pauma. ....
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.... ine's land.
Section 2 - In the ili of Pahana.
Mauka by Pikao's land
Wailua by stream
Makai for [by] the land of N[iumalu?], a ditch
Kona by Hakala pali.
Section 3 - House lot.
Mauka by pond
Wailua and Makai kula
Kona by Hulaia river.
Lois and the house lot from P. Kanoa at the time Kanoa had come here to Kauai, no one has objected.
Pahaa, sworn, he was present and heard Hiku's testimony from start to finish, it is true.
[Award 3594; R.P. 6546; Niumalu Puna; 2 ap.; 2 roods 29 rods]