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No. 4689, Luhio, Ahupua`a Moakea, January 1848
I, Luhio, have an `ili named Kapauhia in the Ahupua`a of Moakea, Island of Molokai to which I have had an undisputed right, with the kula. There are 7 pauku. (See the diagram in the original letter). This land has been held for close to four generations. Kunounou is the witness who can tell correctly of the long established usage. There is no mountain area. The konohikis whom I have known are: Kilii, Kane, Puaaloa, Kaunakakai, Kanakanui, Kahuliaikaua.
Aloha to you all.
4689, Luhio ....
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.... />Makai by Kaluaikana's land
Kaluaaha by Hakawea's lili.
Section 4 - Taro.
Mauka by a pali
Makai by a stream
Kaluaaha by Kaka's land.
Section 5 - Taro.
Mauka and Halawa by a pali
Makai by stream
Kalluaaha by a pali.
Section 6 - Pasture land.
Mauka and all around by konohiki's land.
Land received at the time of Kamehameha I. It has been undisputed to the present.
Hanunu, sowrn, both have known in the same way.
[Award 4689; R.P. 4299; Kapauhio Moakea Kona; 6 ap.; 7.33 Acs]