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No. [240V], 4829, Kapu
I, Kapu, have an 'ili, Hoomaniha, and some lo'is which jump from this mo'o in the Ahupua'a of Kaamola. This is the Kaamola of Davida Malo, Island of Molokai.
The length of my own land, Hoomaniha, is 39 + 29 = 68; the width is 15 + 7 = 22 fathoms.
Inoa'ole: the length is 7 + 7 = 14; the width is 7 + 5 = 12.
Okaleanoano: the length is 8 + 8 = 16; the width is 5 + 5 = 10.
Kaloko: the length is 12 + 12 = 24; the width is 5 + 5 = 10.
Pahoa: the length is 10 + 11 = 21; the width is 9 + 3 =12.
The lands which adjoin these five divisions are my own, and the lo'is. in this dividing, all my taro claims have been measured, for your information.
There remain some sweet potato mo'os. I received them from Hina who is dead; it is ....
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.... enter them, but that D. Lokomaikai's house site was objected to.
C. B. Andrews appeared and stated, "I heard Nahale, who came to me to fix his compass because the needle was broken." I said to him, "I am unable to do it but I can take it to W.P. Alexander to work on, and because this was unsatisfactory, I said to him, "Why?" He replied, "I am surveying the land of D. Malo and separating his people into individual lots, and also D. Malo's land". This was perhaps 1852.
N.T. 132v6 [also page 53]
No. 4829, Kapu
Pupuka, sworn, Hoomaniha ili of Kaamola, a taro land.
Mauka by road
Manae by Laa
Makai by Pond
Malalo by Kaleo
Kapu has some patches, no objections.
[Award 420V; R.P. 5413; Kaamola Kona; 1 ap.; 11.85 Acs; No. 4829 not awarded]