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No. 5250*O, Kanui
Respectfully: Here is my claim for land, Kawaihae, an `Ili in Hanawana in Hamakua. At Hanawana Two of Kaauhou, I have to land claims. Some clumps of olona are some things for you to rule upon.
Cl. 5250, Kanui
Kamaka, sworn, The claimant's lands is of three pieces.
No. 1 - Kalo land in the ili of Kawahae, Hanawana.
No. 2 - Kalo land in the ili of Keauhou, Hanawana.
No. 3 - Kula land in the Ahupuaa of Puumaile.
The claimant received No. 1 fr ....
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.... />Makai by Kauhihoewaa
Wailuku by Stream.
Mauka by Kauhihoewaa
Koolau by Hanawana stream
Makai by Pauhili
Wailuku by Hanawana pali.
No. 3 - Government boundaries are on all sides.
No. 5250, Kanui, 7 November 1853
Kanui's land distribution.
Makalii ili for Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Hanawana ahupuaa, Hamakualoa, Maui.
A.G. Thruston, Chief Clerk
Interior Department, 7 November 1853
[No. 5250 not awarded on Oahu; see Award 5250*M (Maui)