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No. 4001, Holo, Waialua, January 12, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claims at Kawaipuolo, Kawailoa kai - 2(?) lo`i, bounded as follows: on the north, a muliwai, on the east, Kahalekilohi's /land/, on the south, Kaluahi's /land/, on the west, Koleleauna ma. I have held this claim for ten years or more and I had it from Hoonu.
Two. Konohikilau, Kaukai, two lo`i, bounded as follows: on the north, Nana's /land/, on the east, Mooiki, on the south a watercourse for Kuokoa, on the west, Kuokoa's /land/. My two lo`is are in the middle. A lo`i was from Emerson, and I got them from Kuokoa. < ....
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.... ths. That is the end of my claims. I am thinking of having a document to protect all my rights.
HOLO X, his mark
No. 4001, Halo
Kaholokai, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma Konohikilau ma Kawaipuolo. Ua hoihoi no ia Konohikilau ia Kuokoa. Oia ka ke konohiki o Kuokoa i hookomo iho ai ma ka Apana 6. Ua hooleia kona kuleana ua kuai i ka hale me Leleauna, a ua ike na mea a pau i kona hoole ana.
Nakahuahale, hoohikiia, Ua ike au ua haalele maoli no o Halo i kona kuleana, e like me ko Kaholokai ike ana, ua hoihoi e ke kuleana o kela mea keia mea nana i haawi mai ia ia.
[No. 4001 not awarded]