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No. 6300, Kaiwinui
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim in an `ili in the Ahupua`a of Halawa, Island of Molokai. The name of this `ili is Hakuhee. The mauka `ili is Hakuhee I, for Kawahahee, the `ili makai is Kaili, for Ilimaleka, a muliwai is below and a pali is above. I have occupied and cultivated this land until this very day, since Paia gave it to me. Timoteo is the present konohiki. Its length is 329 fathoms and its width is 55 fathoms.
I request you, if this claim is found valid, to award it to me.
Kaiwinui claims ili Hakuhee, kalo & kula.
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N.T. 182v6 [also page 103]
No. 6300, Kaiuinui
Hakuhee ili land in Halawa.
Mauka by Wahineaea
Makai by Wahahee.
This was at the time of Paia, 2 poalimas are there.
N.T. 187v6 [also page 108]
[no number], Kaiuino, See page 167
Ili land Pukaiki in Honoulimalo.
Section 1 - taro.
Section 2 - pasture.
Makai, hog corral
[last line not legible] in 1819[?]
[Award 6300; R.P. 2390; Hakuhee 1 Halawa; 1 ap.; .804 Ac.; no R.P.; Honouliwai & Honoulimaloo; 4 ap.; 8.15 Acs]