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No. 148B, Kapalu
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have a mo'o, Kawailoa, in the Ahupua'a of Kumueli. Kahekili gave it to Makahalupa, on his death it was inherited by his wahine. The time when it became mine was the year 1838. Its length is 108, and its width is 13.
It is bounded on the downwind side by Kanewainui's land, to the eastward, or upwind, by Palama's land, makai by a lo'i po'alima and mauka by a raised earth ridge. There is a kula claim which is 156 by 18, and there is more. The witness who knows is G. Helekahi.
Kapalu's claim lies in ili Kawailoa, consisting of kalo & kula.
Part 1st, kalo.
Part 2nd, kula.
Kekauonohi had this as an ili Kuokoa & her konohiki, Kalaikoi gave this claim to claimant A.D. before 1839 & present konohiki confirms this claim.
F.T. 138v6 also page 59
4180 , Palu
Mahoe, hoohikiia. Ma ka ili aina o Kawailoa ma Kumueli.
Apana 1. kalo
Mauka, konohiki ....
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.... r the time, and gave it to Andrews to take to Oahu.
Kalua, sworn: I know his 4 apanas of land in the 'Ili of "Kawai-loa 2," at Kumueli.
Apana 1: Taro
Kaluaaha, Konohiki & Kamai
Makai, a pali
Kalamaula, land of Kanewanui.
Apana 2: Taro
Kalamaula, the same.
Apana 3: Kula
Apana 4: Kula
He received these apanas of land from Aa when Hoapili was alive, before 1839, and has had quiet and undisputed possession ever since.
Kahuaia, sworn: His claim is valid - no objections.
N.T. 138v6 [also page 59]
[No number, Palu
Mahoe, sworn, taro in the land of Kawailoa in Kumueli.
Mauka by Manae
Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Kanewainui.
Section 2 - Pasture.
Mauka by Konohiki
Manae by Haheama
Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Pakila.
Palu had lived there before the time of the statutes. No objections.
[Award 148B; R.P. 3806; Kawailoa Kumueli; 4 ap.; 1.47 Acs]