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No. 5606, Kapela, Waipio, December 3, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my land claim. This claim is at Homaikaia in Waipio, Ewa, Island of Oahu. On the north is the lo`i of Ope and the lo`i ko`ele of Ii, on the east is the watercourse and the lo`i of Puoa, on the south is the lo`i of Puou and the lo`i of Kaumiumi, on the west is the lo`i ko`ele of Kahiamoe, on the east by the is bounded on the north by the lo`i of Kahiamoe, on the east by the lo`i of Humehume, on the south by the lo`i of Kahiamoe, on the west by the lo`i ko`ele of Kauwahi. My third claim is at Hanaloa and is bounded on the north by the Pond of Poki and on the east by the house of Kailua, on the south by a kula, and on the west by ....
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.... a ditch is the second section and a house site is the third section at Papawaa in Puopoe.
Mauka by Puou's moo land
Honolulu by Kaumiumi's moo land
Makai by Ope's moo land
Waianae by Aluli's moo land.
Mauka by Kalokoloa pond
Honolulu by Ninanele moo land
Makai by Kamalua koele
Waianae by Waakuakea moo land.
Mauka by Kihewa's house lot
Honolulu by Land enclosure
Makai by School house lot
Waianae by Papawaa's pond.
Sections 1,2, from Ii, section 3 from Paki during Kaahumanu's I time. No dispute.
Kaia, sworn, testimony similar to Humehume.
[Award 5606; R.P. 7977; Homaikaia Waipio Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.397 Acs]