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No. 4004, Hale, Hilo, Hawaii, January 11, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, in accordance with the directions of the Law. In the ahupua`a of Waiakea, `Ili of Hinaauauwai, is a parcel of land with 4 kihapai which are sufficient for on man to work on, and I have an understood right to them from Namaha and Naalo, and they are the witnesses who know of my claim to this plac ....
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[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kialoa ili land
Makai by Hanaauauwai land
Hamakua by konohiki
Puna by Kaiholena ili.
4 partially cultivated kihapais
2 houses - for Hale, 1 for Mahi under Hale. Old land from Maalo during Kamehameha I time. No one objected.
Keliinohowai, sworn, He has seen this land just as Mahi had stated here.
[Award 4004; R.P. 2756; Waiakea Hilo; 1 ap.; 4.25 Acres]