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[No. 194B], No. 2351, Kauakahi
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kauakahi, on the Island of Molokai, have a small `ili in the Ahupua`a of Honoulimaloo which is named Kulauala. Its length is four chains and its width is two chains. On the easterly side is Pioeae, below is Keo, makai is Pukaiki and Alamihikawai. This land goes crookedly from the taro, climbing up the ridge, running on the kula to on the sea as far as to Mokuhooniki /Island/. The length of the kula is forty chains and the width is two chains. Lupehu is to the east, Pualanalana is below; it lies up-land to the southeast. My occupation of this `ili was from Kamehameha nui to this time. The `li`is who had this land were Kaiko, Haaheo, Keohokalole. Of the konohikis, the first was Kahalekula, then, Kahilinalo, Kaha, Kekuanui, Mauna, Lima. The independent witnesses are Puu and some other people, therefore I have a claim in this `ili, for you, the Commissioners, to consider and to confirm. It is finished.
Aloha to you.
Honoulimaloo, Molokai, December 20, 1847
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.... arents, and they have been held in quiet and undisputed possession from the time of Kamehameha I.
Kowilikopaa, sworn, His claim is valid, no objections. I am the Deputy Konohiki.
It was decided by both sides that Apanas 2 and 3 were good.
Apana 1 will be re-surveyed for 5 acres.
See page 218 /actually page 221 because of previously skipped pages/
No. 170B, Kauakahi, from page 220
Translator's note: This is almost a duplicate of the claim of the same number on page 220, except that the witness is Mahoe, instead of Niauhoe. The information is so similar it is nor worth recopying.
N.T. 187v6 [also page 108]
No. 169!, Kanakahi
Mahoe Lima, sworn, ili land of Kalanala in Honoulimalo. Taro.
Manae, Makai, pali
Kanakahi lived there at the time of Kamehameha I. No one objectetd. 1 poalima is there.
[Award 194B; R.P. 4282; Honoulimaloo Kona; 1 ap.; 6.01 Acs; See 2351 for Native Register document]