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No. 206, Anthony Catalena, Maui, February 12
John Allen, sworn deposed, "that he had heard that Crowder has now sold it to Anthony." (the other part of this Witnesses testimony is in Hawaiian.
John Crowder, sworn deposed, that he had sold his Premises when he received from Hoapili wahine to Anthony Catalena. Witness is not certain of the time, but he gave a paper with the date on it. Witness has no right or title to the place at the present time, having transferred the whole to Anthony Catalena.
See Testimony page 359. vol II.
Cl. 206, ....
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.... robably. That foreigner has a wife and children and he is a blacksmith; however, I have not seen him do much work for Hoapili. I have seen him working from morning till night and I have thought that most of his labors were hired work. Later he had gone to Waikapu and did the iron work for the sugar mill. I have not known the possession by Akoni Kakalina but I had seen him erecting the fence; therefore have felt that it was for him.
This place is in Lahaina on Maui; no one had objected."
[Award 206; R.P. 28; Pakala Lahaina; 1 ap.; .235 Ac. 28 ft.; See Award 205 for Foreign Register and Native Register documents]