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No. 6068, Hikauhi, Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu, December 31, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Is:lands, Greetingss I hereby state my claim for land and house. This mo`o is at Kapaeli, and is named Kealai. It is bounded on the north by the land of Kalua, on the east by a kula, on the south by the land of Kaue, on the west by a Muliwai. My house claim is bounded on the north by a kula, on the east by a land boundary wall, on the south by a kula, the land on the west is for Kanemakapo.
No. 6068, Hikauhi, claimant
J.W. Opunui, sowrn says, he knows the land of claimant. It is a moo aina named Keolai in the ili of Kapaeli, Kalauao, Ew ....
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J.W. Opunui, sworn, he has seen Hikauhi's land - three patches, a pond and 2 small patches in Kealohi moo of Kapaeli ili in the ahupuaa of Kalanao, Ewa, Oahu.
Mauka, Puhikani koele
Honolulu, Keolaiiki pasture
Makai, Keolaiiki moo
Waianae, Nanekehau patch.
Land given by Kaiui, the land overseer, to Kalawaia for Hikauhi's impudence to him (Kaiui).
Walehau, sworn, he had seen (Hikauhi) living on this land, it had been from Haelo but Moi was the first to have lived on this land. Kaiui asked Hikauhi to harvest his (Kaiui) taro for him every day and save Fridays for himself. Hikauhi refused this request and for this reason Kaiui took this land away in 1847.
[No. 6068 not awarded]