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No. 5400, Hiiaka, Kamooloa, Kauai, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners in Honolulu: I, Hiiaka, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai, am under Daniela Oleloa. My land claim is as follows: 144 fathoms is the length, 2 is the width. The house claim is 2 chains long by 1 chain. My kula claim is 4 chains by 11. There are 7 lo`i.
Farewell to the Land Commissioners,
No. 5400, Hiiaka, Claimant
Hina, sworn, says I know the land ....
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.... Kona by Kauluolono kula.
Section 2 - House lot in Paohi ili.
Mauka by Paohia kula
Puna by Paohia kula
Makai by Paohia stream
Kona by Paohia stream.
Land from E. Opunui at the time Keaweamahi was governor and Hina gave this land to Hiiaka, no problems.
Auwana, sworn, he has heard Hina's testimony for Hiiaka's land, it is true.
[Award 5400 for Kamooloa; R.P. 5199; Kuia 2 ap. 3 roods 38 rods; see also award 5396 for additional Foreign Testimony document; Peekauai also R.P. 5199]