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No. 3988, Hilahila, Kaanapali, January 17, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for my 18 lo`i at Paehu, 4 waihae* and 2 loaloa.* That is it.
Cl. 3988, Hilahila
Maui, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are in Honokowai.
No. 1 is a kalo land in Poehu.
No. 2 is a kula land in Poehu.
No. 3 is a kula land in Poehu.
No. 4 is a kula land in Ilikikoo.
The claimant recvied these lands from his parents, who possessed them from the days of Kamehameha I, and his title is without dispute.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by the creek of Honokowai
Lahaina by the same
Makai by the King's poalima
Kahakuloa by the pali of Honokowai.
No. 2 is bounded:
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Section 1 - Taro in the ili of Puulena.
Mauka and Lahaina by Honokowai stream
Makai by Poalima
Kahakuloa by H (Honokowai) Pali.
Section 2 - Potato pasture at Puulena.
Mauka by Pohakea ili
Lahaina by Puulena ili
Makai by Mookuku ili
Kahakuloa by Monokowai.
Section 3 - Pasture in Puulena ili.
Mauka by Moi's Poalima
Lahaina by Kamani
Makai by Stream
Kahakuloa by Makapuu.
Section 4 - Potato pasture at Ilikikoo ili.
Mauka by Pookole's land
Lahaina by Kanakaole
Makai and Kahakuloa by Honokowai stream.
Section 5 - House site in Honokowa 1 ili land.
Mauka by Kahaleola
Lahaina by Aio
Makai by Beach
Kahakuloa by Kaaea.
[Award 3988; R.P. 4590; Honokowai Kaanapali; 3 ap.; 2.31 Acs; Poohumoi Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .68 Ac.]