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No. 5567, Kapehe
I, Kapehe, a native Hawaiian living on the island of Kauai at Waimea, hereby state my claim. I have a small lo`i, named Nikinui. It has been held from the time of Kaikioewa, who is dead. This lo`i is for me /under/ Emelia, the `li`i who has Waimea. I hereby tell you how many chains, although the measuring is not well understood. On the north it is one chain, three fathoms, on the east four chains, nine fathoms, on the south, five chains, eight fathoms, on the west, four chains, eight fathoms. It is bounded on the north by Kapalamaia, and a lo`i, ....
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.... is called Kokonui in the ili of Peekauai, in Waimea Kauai & is bounded:
Mauka by Kaioe's loi
Hanapepe by Alanui
Makai by Pekeu a loko
Mana by Mailopolepo & Kaakauaa lois.
Claimant received this land from Kaikioewa former Governor & has held it without dispute till now.
Kaumuohilo, sworn, verifies the testimony of Jona.
No. 3307, Kapehe
[should be 5567]
He stated before us that he had turned his land over to the Konohiki.
[Award 5567; no R.P.; Peekauai Waimea Kona; 1 ap.; 24 rods]