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Cl. 3925D, Hualii
Kauwealoha, sworn, I wrote out Hualii's claim January 17, 1848 and sent it to Oahu.
Kahanaumaikai, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are 5 pieces in Honokowai & Honokohau.
No. 1 is a kalo land in Wainalo.
No. 2 is a kalo land in Wainalo.
No. 3 is a kalo land in Honokowai.
No. 4 is a salt land in the ahupuaa of Kahanaiole.
The claimant received them from David Malo in the year 1839 with the exception of Nos 3, 4, & 5. He received Nos 3 & 4 from his parents in ancient times, and No. 5 from his wife in the days of Kaahanui long before 1839. His title has never been disputed.
No. 1 is bounded:
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.... Mauka by Hanuna/Holona
Lahaina by stream
Makai by Moi/Holona
Kahakuloa by Makoo.
Section 3 - Taro land in the ili of Honokowai
Mauka and Lahaina by stream
Makai by Moi's poalima
Kahakuloa by Kahanaumaikai's land
Section 4 - Salt land in the ili at Kahanaiole.
Mauka by konohiki
Lahaina by Nakai
Makai by konohiki
Kahakuloa by Kipi.
Section 5 - Taro land in Hana of Honokohau.
Mauka by Napeahi
Lahaina by pali
Makai by Government Prison
Kahakuloa by Kalua.
[Award 3925D; R.P. 3014; Niula Honokohau Kaanapali; 1 ap.; 1 rood 19 rods; R.P. 4177; Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .24 Acs; Kahanaiole Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .19 Ac.]