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No. 4307, Kaholokai, Waialua, January 9, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kaholokai, have a claim from my makuas which was from the time of Kamehameha I. The first is Kaohe, Kawailoa waena, with six lo`i. Puhi's lo`is are surrounded by mine, but the muliwai is on the north and there is also sugar cane and ti plants and hala trees. I also have a kou tree.
2. Mooiki. One lo`i surrounded by sugar cane, Holo ma's lo`is, four of these persons' lo`is surround mine. I also have a tree planted on the bank of Holo's lo`i.
3. Kaloaloa. I have an 'awa planting, and a mala of bananas and also a mal ....
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.... o of Konohikilau
Makai, mo`o of Kaohe
Koolaupoko, muliwai of Anahulu.
Mauka, Napunawai's /land/
Waianae, Puhi's /land/
Koolaupoko, Luahiwa's /land/.
Mauka, pig pen
Waianae, lot of Kalaehina
Makai, lot of Kaluahi and cattle enclosure.
Apana 1 was from me in the time of Kinau and is undisputed. Apana 2 was from Holo in 1847. Apana 3 was from Kalaehina.
Kalaehina, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as L. Kuokoa's.
[Award 4307; R.P. 1461; Kawaipuolo Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .32 Ac.; Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; ,6 Ac.]