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No. 4546, Aki, Claim of Aki in the `ill Olotu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is be-low, hereby petition for my land claim to you. There are two mo`o in the `ili of Oloku, in the Ahupua`a of Honolulu, Island of 0ahu.I have twenty-two lo`i in these two mo`o; however the location of these two mo`o is not in one place, but "jump" in other places. One mo`o, having six lo`i and one watercourse, adjoins the lo`i po`alima of Waiakea. It is bounded as follows: on the north, the mo`o of Kau-kahi on the east, the lo`i po`alima of Waiakea, on the south, the mo`o of Waiakea, on the west, the watercourse which flows all the way to the sea of Kauluwela. The second of the mo`os adjoins the `ili of Alewa, having slxteen lo`i and one dry kula. It is bounded on the north by the three mo`o of Kanekeapuu, of Kahinalua and of Im ....
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.... ed it since it was received to the present time. Aki did not live on Kauai more than a year, I have not known that he had paid for the konohiki work days while he had been on Kauai.
Section 1 has been left idle and overrunning with weeds to the present time. This section rests in the hands of S.P. Kalama for the government. When a settlement was made by S.P. Kalama he agreed that one patch and a small pasture section (be for Aki) and the remaining greater portion was turned over to the government.
Conclusion: The claim of Aki in section 1 was not in order according to the policy of the land officers because of the time limit; however, the gratis award of the claim has been approved for Aki's advantage. The government will be responsible for the weeds of his land.
Officer who quiet land titles.
[No. 4546 not awarded]