Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 03698
Claimant: Mohoole
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Hawaii
District: Hilo
Ahupuaa: Mauhia 1
Statistics: 3080 characters 535 words
No. 3698, Mohoole
N.R. 677-678v8

Greetings to you, John Ii, Kaauwai, and Kanehoa:Here is my message to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles. I am a man under my Haku, the one who administers the land, at Maulua and at Kawainui. Also living there is the one who has the land. Here are my things which are authorized - the oio is the fish, and the olona is the tree - this is what is authorized for Maulua. At Kawainui, the fish is the uhu and the olona is the tree. Those are the things on the land which are described to you. Here is another land:Piihonua - there is the haku who has the house of Ulumaheihei. Here is my authorized thing on this land - the `opihi; however, he does not understand the authorization /referring to landlord/. ....

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.... t the evidence of Keaniho as true.

N.T. 438-439v4
No. 3698, Mohoole

Owanaiahoe, sworn, He has seen in Mauhia I ahupuaa of Hilo, Hawaii, 3 orange trees, some coffee trees also, probably about 40 of them.
Piihonua ahupuaa, 20 coffee trees
Kahuku ahupuaa, 20 coffee trees
Kawainui ahupuaa, 1 orange tree
This previously had 10 trees.
Punahoa ahupuaa, Hilo, a house lot. Received from Koana. 1 orange tree, 1 coffe kihapai, 2 living quarters, 3 coconut trees, 3 fir trees.

These are Mohoole's own interests. The house lot is bounded by Koana's boundaries.

Pahueleele, sworn, He has seen Mohoole's land just as Awananahoe had stated here.

[No. 3698 not awarded]