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No. 5524*K, L. Konia,
To the President of the Land Commission, William L. Lee, greetings to you and your Commissioners: As in the law and the announcements directing /claimants/, I hereby petition you for my lands with full understanding that these claims are to supply my well-being, since these are the remainder of the division of lands, and I have been directed to present them to you. They are as follows: Lumahai, Ahupuaa, Halelea, Kauai
I have some commoners on these lands and they have rights to their small places. These are my lands to which I have a claim.
Egypt, Februar ....
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.... for L. Haalelea) and Konia for the boundary between Wainiha and Lumahai, living and taxed of the tenants there have been for the lunas of Wainiha till the present time; therefore, that boundary has come to be for Wainiha and not for Lumahai at all.
DECISION: The boundary which separates Lumahai, land of Konia and Waikoko land of Kekauonohi (No. L. Haalelea) is the place close to the beach called "Kahalahala."
[Award 5524; (Hawaii) R.P. 1663 Keei Kona; 1 ap.; ahupuaa; R.P. 1663 (Maui) Kaanapali Maui; (Oahu) R.P. 1963 & 1663;Kalauao Ewa; Komohana Ewa; R.P. 8207; Lumahai 1 ap. 3150 Acs; Ahupuaa; See also 10613 for boundary dispute]