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No. 5297, Kahalehili, February 2, 1848
To the Honorable and Esteemed E.N. Gan, and the Land Commissioners: I, Kahalehili, hereby state my claim of work on land at Waianae. This is my claim which was given by Kekuanaoa. The name of this land is Kalalua /or Kala two?/ and it is bounded on the north by Haakoo, on the east by Mooheheia, on the south by Kaape, on the west by Maiai. That is my claim which is stated to you. It is finished.
Lauheolu, sworn says, the land of claimant is an ili aina named Kalalua in Waianae, Oahu.
Apana 1 is bounded:
Mauka by the ilis Opopua, Kahaka & Moheheia
Ewa by a ....
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.... alua on the makai side.
Mauka, Flood stream
Ewa, Pahoa ili
Makai, Pahoa ili
Waianae, Komoalii koele.
The place is for Kahalehili, work here not done by tenants, although 4 people live on this ili.
Section 3 - Kaakaaka.
Mauka, Kuaiwa, an ili land
Ewa, Kaweloloko, beach onion
Makai, Opuhelakoa land
Waianae, Kii pali.
Land from Kuanaoa in 1847, no objections. Kahalehili says when you work on this claim during Naumu's life's time, he is the witness.
Section 4 - House lot at Neku.
Mauka, Government road
Ewa, Pahoa ili
Makai, Malae beach
Waianae, Puehu River.
He has known in the same way as Lauhulu.
[No. 5297 not awarded]