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No. 238I, Ailaau, Waialua, October 12, 1853
Kealohanui, hoohikiia. Na`u no i kakau i kona palapala kuleana i ka M.H.1847. a na`u no i haawi pololei no ka lima o C.B. Andrews nana i lawe i Oahu i na Luna Hoona.
Naoo, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona mau apana aina ma ka ili o Hakoo 3, Honouliwai. 2 apana aina.
Apana 1. he pahale
Mauka, alanui Aupuni
Halawa, ko`u aina
Makai, ke kai
Kaluaaha, he kahawai.
Apana 2. aina kalo
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.... ai, the stream
Kaluaaha, land of Kaneeleele.
He received these apanas of land from Nakaula, his wife, in the time of Kamehameha I and had quiet possession until his.death in 1849. This land was bequeathed to Nahaupia, his son, who has had quiet and undisputed possession until this time.
Hoonuu, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; it is the same as my knowledge of it. There is 1 Government lo'i in it.
[Award 238I; R.P. 5203; Hakoo Honouliwai Kona; 2 ap.; 1.01 Acs]