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No. 3905C, Kolia
Here is the claim of Kolia /in/ Oluwau. There is kula and taro land.
Cl. 3905C, Kolia
Paele, sworn, The claimant's land are 3 pieces. They are as follows:
No. 1 is a kalo land in the ili of Laie.
No. 2 is kula land in the ili of Laie.
No. 3 is kula land in the ili of Paukia.
The claimant received them from David Malo in the year 1833. His title has not [been] disputed.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by D. Ii's land
Koolau by the pali
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Mauka by Kaniau/Holoka
Koolau by Pali/Kahelepewa
Makai by Malaihi
Wailuku by Paele/pali.
Hookaea, sworn, He has seen Kalia's fourth section at Walehina in Kuiaha which Kupa had given him before 1819 and no one has objected.
Section 4 - Pasture.
Mauka by Hookaea
Koolau by pali
Makai by sea
Wailuku by Kuiaha pali.
[Award 3905C; R.P. 2771 in Aiawakea Pauwela Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 1.07 Acs to Kaili; See 3905B; Award 3905C; R.P. 2175; Lewaie Pauwela Hamakualoa; 2 ap.; 2.02 Acs; Paukei Kuiaha Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 4.64 Acs to Kolia]