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No. 5182, Kalikelike
Greetings to you all, the Land Commissioners: I have a claim for land in the Ahupua`a of Halawa on the Island of Molokai.
It is an `ili named Kaakaualani; bounded on the makai side by Manuwa, for Makole, on the mauka side is the `ili of Hunapa, for Kulou, above is a pali, below is a valley.
There are three lo`i po`alima for Timoteo within Kaakaualani; this is taro land and also kula.
My occupancy of this land has been from the time of Paia I. I received it from Kamuku. Paia I and II are dead and Timoteo is the present konohiki. I have cultivated from that time until the present. Formerly I went to the po`alima labor days but am excused at this time because of having children and old age. The length is 143 fathoms and the width is 43 fathoms.
Kalikelike claims ili Kaakaualani, kalo & kula.
These lands ar ....
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Kona by the konohiki's land.
Part of this land, five kalo patches, is disputed by Kamoku.
Claimant received these kalo patches from Kamoku about the year 1843. Since which time he cultivated them and lived undisturbed till the latter part of the year 1853, when Kamoku disputed his claim. By [but?] claimant has had possession of the kalo patches in disputed [dispute] up to the present time. The konohiki has five kalo patches in this land.
Kekahuna, sworn, confirms in full the testimony made by the former witness.
It appears by the evidence adduced, that Kamoku has no claim to the disputed kalo patches.
N.T. 178v6 [also page 99]
No. 5182, Kalikelike
A claim under Kamuku. Kaakaulani ili in Halawa, a taro section (pasture).
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Inahiai
Moakea by pali
Makai by Makaole
Koolau by river
Inherited land, no oppositions, 3 poalimas are there.
[Award 5182; R.P. 4052; Halawa East Kona; 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs 9 Fathoms]