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No. 5396, Hiiaka, Waimea, Kauai, January 19, 1848
We have a mo`i claim in the `ili in Nania, which is 60 by 20. On the H.K./sic/ is the land of Kapalawai, on the H.M./sic/ is a mo`o, on the southwest, a watercourse, on the north, a mo`o. There are 4 loko and 1 flowing watercourse. There are two of us claiming land; 1. Kaukini, 2. Hiiaka.
HIIAKA and KAUKINI
Nos 5396 & 5400, Hiiaka, Claimant
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.... ike loi.
Mauka by Namooekolu ditch
Hanapepe by Namooekolu ditch
Makai by Puukapole ditch
Mana by Nahalekoaloi.
Mauka by Pohakuloa kula
Hanapepe by Waimea River
Makai by Puukapole kula
Mana by Kuelike loi.
Land from Naomu in 1847, no objections to him.
Kiokio, sworn, verifies Simona's statement.
[Award 5396 Peekauai 2 roods 22 rods; see also 5400 Kamooloaalso R.P. 5199]