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No. 6015, Kaulumano
Island of Oahu, parcel of land in Honolulu in the `Ili of Kalawahine. My kula land claim, for your information, O Land Commissioners, is bounded on the north by Luae's land, on the east by pali, on the south by road, on the west by Uilena's land. This claim is finished.
Pauoa, Honolulu. 2. New claim, bounded on the north by Nuhi, on the east by pali, on the south by Nuhi, on the west by road. This claim is finished.
Pauoa, Honolulu. 3. New claim, a kula, bounded on the north and west by pali, on the east by Helehio, on the south by road. This claim is finished.
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No. 6015, Kaulumano, 4 September 1854
Kuhilani, sworn, this claim is in the lele of Kalawahine in the uplands of Pauoa. lt is a grove of orange, coffee and other things in one section.
Mauka, Konohiki's land
Waikiki, John Ii's land (boundary)
Makai, Waiwaiole's land
Ewa,I. Ione has Huanu's land.
Land from Po to Kaulumano at the time Kinau was yet alive. He died in 1853. Land inherited by his son and older brother. No objections to the present time.
Kaiawahakena, sworn, certifies Kuhilani's testimony.
[No. 6015 not awarded]