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No. 4301, Kanakanui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim. Paakea is my mo`o with five taro lo`i. One taro lo`i is at Puapuaneinei. Two lo`i are in Kapaka. One kula is at Kaloawai. One kula wauke is in Kalapaihahaloa, an `ili of Koloa. Three mala of noni are in Paukauwila. One mala of noni is in Kahaumalo. Two steep sweet potato plantings are Koloa. One taro lo`i is in the upland of Koloa. One `Ili of wauke is at Kaluaolohe. One ....
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.... des by the Konohiki.
The first piece of Kula land is bounded: On all sides by the Konohiki. It is planted in Water Melons. The second piece of kula land is bounded: On all sides by the Konohiki. It is planted with tobacco. The House lot is makai. It is not enclosed. There is one house on it.
Claimant derived the land from his ancestors.
The Konohiki's Agent consented to this claim.
[Award 4301; R.P. 2916; Laie Koolauloa; 4 ap.; 2.72 Acs.]