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No. 3676, Maaweiki, Honuaula, January 10, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners of the Mo`i, Kamehameha III, of the Hawaiian Government: Here are my two house lots at Keawakapu: One is bounded on the north by the sand /beach/ and the sea, on the east and south by the sand, on the west by a house lot. This is finished.
My other houselot at Keawakapu is bounded on the north by the sand and the road, On the east by a rocky kula, on the south by the house lot, on the west by the sand. The witness is Kalama.
I have a house lot Mauka of Ulupalakua and the kihapai. The house lot boundaries are: on the north, sugar cane, on the east, Government sugar cane, on the south, sugar cane, on the west, a pali. This is finished. Hiapo is t ....
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.... i by Konohiki
Mauka by Poleau, Keau
Makawao by Kauhola / Hulipahu
Makai by Kaili / Nawaiki
Kahikinui by Halulu / Makahanohano.
Mauka by Kalilhi
Makawao by Konohiki
Makai by Maaweiki
Kahikinui by Kanakaole.
Mauka by Government fence
Makawao by Luakini
Makai by Missionary land
Kahikinui by Kalihi.
Mauka by Kaili
Makawao by Kala
Makai by Government road
Kahikinui by Kali.
The interests in the land of Hulipahu have been excluded.
[Award 3676; R.P. 7676; Kaeo Honuaula; 1 ap.; .324 Ac.; Keauhou Honuaula; 1 ap.; 3.07 Acs; Mahana Keauhou Honuaula; 1 ap.; 11.53 Acs; Punakeakea Keauhou Honuaula; 1 ap.; 3.69 Acs]