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No. 5813, Kaha
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the `Ili of Punaluu, District 5, Division 3, Island of Oahu. There are three mo`o, three weed-grown lo`i and four kula. There is one "gobey fish water," four small streams, eight koa /trees/, one kula house site. In the `Ili of Kaumapapala are 28 koa /trees/. It is a true right from the konohiki in the time of K ....
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Mauka by the kula
same on all sides.
The house lot is notenclosed. There is one house on it. Claimant and her parents have held this land since the time of Kamehameha I.
Wahia, sworn, says he knows the land of claimant. He confirms the testimony of the last witness.
Kawana, the konohiki had no objections to offer to this claim.
[Award 5813; R.P. 2047; Punaluu Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 3.55 Acs]