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No. 4953, Kauenui [Kauwenui]
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles, that I have an 'ili, named Haleolono, in the Ahupua'a of Kalawao, Island of Molokai.
The sweet potato mo'o is 230 fathoms long. Another land is 30 fathoms long by 11 fathoms wide. Those are my claims, which were received from Malo, the konohiki of Kalawao. The konohiki has been served without /my/ having left the land.
Kauwenui has a moo ili ili Heleolono, Kalauao. Kula.
Mauka, Kamakanui & Keaau
& a lele of kalo.
Claim for the kula is one of old & for the kalo claim beg ....
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.... ao and is bounded:
Mauka by the pali
Pelekunu by Kahanaipu's alnd,
Makai by the Palikahakai
Kaluakoi by Mai's land.
Claimant received this land from Malo (the konohiki) before the year 1839, and has held it without dispute up to this time. The konohiki has one kalo patch in the kalo land.
Paele, sworn, confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
N.T. 199-200v6 [also pages 120-121]
No. 4953, Kauwenui
Haleolono ili of Kalawao.
[Section 1 is bounded]:
Section 2 - Taro.
Year 1829, year 1847, taro and fish.
[Award 4953; no R.P.; Haleolono Kalawao Koolau, 1 ap.; 3.90 Acs; no R.P. Haleolani Waikolu Koolau; 2 ap.; 9.86 Acs]