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No. 5670B, Kaohai, claimant
Claimant appeared and made oath that his claim was duly made out & presented, the same is therefore admitted to a hearing.
Kikala, sworn says, he knows the land of Kaohai & is 1st a moo of 3 lois called Lopanui in the ili Kaihuopalaai, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu.
2d, a loi called Kuamano I the moo Makawela, ili Kaihuopalaai as above &
3d, a kahuahale in Polapola adjoining the Catholic Chapel yard.
Apana 1 is bounded:
Mauka by a loi kalo called Pulehu of Laamaikahiki
Honolulu by a moo aina Komaihiili of Kapioho
Makai by lois called Kumupali in the same moo
Waianae by a moo aina Kamakawela.
Apana 2, A loi calle ....
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.... ed this place in these patches of the ili of Kaihupalaai, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. The konohiki has made claims for this second patch. Nauiliuili had given this land long ago, the boundaries are:
Mauka Kuemanu ike patch
Honolulu by Kuaipuu patch
Makai by Pulehu patch
Waianae by Panainui ditch.
Section 3 - House site.
Mauka by Land enclosure
Honolulu by Kahoehele house site
Makai by Road / land enclosure
Waianae by Owner not known - house lot.
Land from Kaohai's parents at the time of Kaahumanu. No one objected to him.
Kapiioho, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kikala.
[Award 5670B; R.P. 3085; Polapola Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; .678 Ac.]