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No. 4717, Mahina
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles, my claim which is a mo`o in the `ili of Lahakea in the Ahupua`a of Ahaino on the Island of Molokai. There are some lo`is and their kula: the lo`i are 75 fathoms long and 7 fathoms wide. I have measured the kula and it is 152 fathoms long by 75 fathoms wide.
My house lot is 3 fathoms long by 22 fathoms wide. Those are my claims. The lands which adjoin are: Paele's land is on the south, Kanihomole is on the north. I have occupied this land for one year. Kanakaipo is the konohiki at present.
Mahina's claim is for moo, Palikoi in ili Lahakea, a lele of Ahaino.
Paele gives this moo & confirms claimant therein.
F.T. 158v6 also pag ....
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.... s taro land in the `Ili of Lahokea, lele of Ahaino 2, Wailau.
It is bounded as follows:
Mauka, land of Paele
Halawa, a pali
Makai, land of E. Kuakamauna
Kalaupapa, a watercourse.
Moa, sworn, My knowledge of the boundaries of the land of Mahina is exactly the same as Kauhi has stated.
He received this land from Paele after the death of Kinau; this was perhaps the year 1840, and has had quiet and undisputed possession ever since. 2 lo`i of the konohiki are in this apana, but this land has become the Government's, and these lo`is were bartered for with the government land purchasing agent.
N.T. 158v6 [also page 79]
No. 4717, Mahina
Keawe, sworn, moo land in Lahokea of Wailau.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Paele
Manae by pali
Makai by Kanihomole
Malalo by stream.
Land from Paele, no objections to Mahina.
[Award 4717; no R.P.; Palikoi Wailau Koolau; 1 ap.; 1.25 Acs]