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No. 4481 Honuaiwa
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you that Paihoihowale is above and I am below and I have seven lo'i, adjoining Kahunahana's, one lo'i adjoining with Kaulahao, a kula house lot, and a parcel of kula.
Keana, Kaneohe, Koolau
Helu 4481, Honuaino (oia o Honuaiwa)
Kama, Hoohikiia, Ua ike au ma ka ili o Paihoihowale ma keia mau ili kekahi malalo nei.
Apana 1. 1 loko kalo i Keana ili.
Apana 2. 4 loko kalo i Keana ili.
Apana 3. 2 loko kalo i Keana ili.
Apana 4. 1 loko kalo ma Waikalua.
Apana 5. Kahauhale.
Mauka, aina o Naiwieha
Koolauloa, aina o Pa
Makai, aina o Paakea
Kailua, aina o Paiku.
Mauka, aina o Manini.
Koolauloa, kahawai o Waikalua
Makai, aina o Paihoihowale
Mauka, aina o Paele
Koolauloa, aina o Naiwieha
Makai, aina o Paihoihowale ....
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.... r>Kailua, by the lois of Keawe.
No. 4 is bounded:
Mauka, by the loi of Pa
Koolauloa, by the loi of Kahilikulani
Makai, by the loi of Kahuena
Kailua, by the river of Puiwa.
No. 5 is bounded:
Mauka, by the upland of Keana
Koolauloa, by the upland of Keana
Makai, by the upland of Mikiola
Kailua, by the upland of Keana.
Claimant's land was from Palu, the konohiki of Paihoihowale. The 1 taro patch in Waikalua was given claimant by Kahunahana about 1843. In the year 1849 Kawana, the new konohiki, took the taro patch from claimant with a part of the taro; 7 lines of ripe taro. Claimant paid to Kawana $4.50 for remaining taro which claimant had himself planted. Kawana has consented to give back to the $4.50 and claimant consents to give up his right in the taro patch No. 4 and restore it to konohiki.
Hueu, sworn says, the above is all true.
[Award 4481; R.P. 973; Keana Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 4 ap.; 2.06 Acs./Hopenui?]