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No. 6524, Hoolapa
To the Land Commissioners at Hale Kauwila in Honolulu, Oahu, greetings: I hereby state that I, Hoolapa, a Hawaiian subject living at Waimea, District 2, Division 1, on the island of Kauai of the Hawaiian Islands, have a claim for land. I have six lo`i, four were from Kaikioewa and two were from Kapuniai. and they have been held for perhaps three years. Three of my lo`i were given by Kaikioewa to three men who are under me. Their names are:
Maalo 1 lo`i
Keoni 1 lo`i
Kane 1 lo`i
I make the fourth, with the two lo`is from Kapuniai, however, I am under the Konohiki of Kapuniai and the three men are under me. My one lo`i is 25 long on the north, also on the south, and 17 is the width on the east and west it is a rec ....
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.... lois, a pasture in the ili of Halepua in Waimea.
Mauka by Kapuniai moo
Hanapepe by Waimea river
Makai by Kikau moo
Mana by Paaoao loi.
Section 2 - 1 loi in the moo of Keaalii, ili of Peekanai in Waimea.
Mauka by Kane loi
Hanapepe by Keko's house
Makai by Laikuiki, Keone's loi
Mana by Pale's house lot.
Section 3 - House lot in the Makaweli fort [lands].
Mauka by Hipo point
Hanapepe by Kupalelo pasture
Makai by Government road
Mana by Waimea river.
Land from Kaikioewa at the time of Kaahumanu, no objections.
Kueliko, sworn, Maalo's testimony is true.
[Award 6524; Kamakaheleikou 1 ap. 2 roods 10 rods; Halepua 21 ap. 20 roods 16 rods; Peekauai 1 ap. 1 rood 29 rods]