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No. 3605, Kaiaholomoku, Niumalu, January 11, 1848
The Land Commissioners: I, Kaiaholomoku, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai at Niumalu, hereby state my claim. It has all been measured. The length is 13 chains and the width is 2 chains. This land lies in the valley. Lying on the north is a highway. The corner on the south has Alakoko [pond] on the west. On the east and west are palis. That is my claim which I received in ....
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.... d there are many lois with weeds. The house lot is makai.
Mauka by pali
Wailua by pali
Makai by Alakoko pond
Kona by pali.
Section 2 - House lot.
Mauka, Wailua, Makai by pasture
Kona by Hulaia river.
Land from Kanoa, no objections to the present.
Malaona, sworn, he was present and heard Kaupe's testimony, is true.
[Award 3605; no R.P.; Kakulua Niumalu Puna; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 7 rods]