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No. 5817, Kamoku, Kalauao, Ewa, December 15, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land and house. This mo`o is at Kaonohi in Kalauao. The ali'i has one claim in this mo`o. It is bounded on the north by po`alima and the land of Walehau, on the east by the land of Walehau, on the south by the land of Walehau and the land of Waue, and the Po`alima, on the west by a kula as far as the Pali.
My second land claim is bounded on the north by a kula, on the east by Kamakauila, on the south by the Pond of Ino, on the west by the Pond of Kamahiai.
My third claim is at Kapukaokiha in Kalauao. It is bounded on the north by the watercourse, on the east by the land of Kumoenahulu, on the south by the land of Lono, on the west by the land of Naue. Here is m ....
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Section 1 - a taro moo with 4 patches.
Section 2 - a patch in the ili of Kaonohi.
Mauka, Kanapoolei ili
Honolulu, Kalanao stream
Makai, Holokikoni poalima
Waianae, Cattle corral, Ha's pasture,
Mauka,Palohauna, cattle corral
Honolulu, Palohauna 2
Makai, Kamanamana moo land
Waianae, Hiapo moo land, koele.
The konohiki has interrupted for section 2, it was his old koele and the natives had promised to return 3 patches to the owner of the land? Four things in the same suit are for konohiki?
Mauka, ditch, poalima koele
Makai, Kananolepe taro moo
Waianae, Poalima konohiki.
Kamoku's land from Mooheau, no objections except for section 2.
[Award 5817; R.P. 752; Kaonohi Kalauao Ewa; 2 ap.; .99 Ac.]