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No. 5280, Kaui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: My claim is for some lo`is. There are 13 lo`i in the `Ili called Auwaiolimuiki. They are bounded on the north by the lo`is of Kanepuahewa, on the east by a cluster of houses, on the south by the `Ili of Kukaiwa, on the west by the `Ili of Pilipili. /It is held/ under the lords of the land.
Wailuku, 23 January 1848
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Waihee by Kanepuahewa
Kula by Government Lot
Maalaea by Kuheleloa.
[Award 5280; R.P. 5476; Auwaiaolimu Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; 1.68 Ac.; (Kahuhu's 5280;R.P. 6699; Kealia Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; 1.59 Ac.; R.P. 6699 Kaopala Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; .44 Ac.; 5280 awards two different persons, Kaui & Kahuhu; See 5284 for Kahuhu information although awarded under 5280; R.P. 6699]