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No. 4996, Kamalule, Mahaulepu, Kauai, January 11, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kamalule, a subject living at Mahaulepu, island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land as follows: Taro lo`i, 23 fathoms long by 19 fathoms wide. Some small lo`is, 20 fathoms in length and 20 fathoms in width. A sweet potato enclosure 30 fathoms in length by 20 in width. Some salt lands, four fathoms by 10 fathoms. Two mala of noni, 15 fathoms by 11 fathoms. A banana planting 25 fathoms by 11 fathoms. My message is ended.
A respectful farewell,
No. 4996, Kamalule, Claimant
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.... r>Makai by Kalua's ili
Hanapepe by Kao's lois.
Section 2 - 1 salt strip in Kawailoa.
Mauka by Kawailoa pasture
Puna by Kau's salt land
Makai by Kawailoa river
Hanapepe by Keahi's salt land.
Section 3 - Potato lot in the ili of Halulu.
Mauka by Kawailoa stream
Puna by salt land, Kawailoa
Makai by hog corral
Hanapepe by leading from sea to uplands, a road.
Lois from Hukiku, potato lot and salt strips from parents, no objections.
Joel Puhipula, sworn, he has heard Aaron's testimony on Kamahule's land, it is true.
[Award 4996; R.P. 7589; Papakea 1 ap. 1 rood]