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No. 6529, Holokukini
To the Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim at Kilauea. I am the Konohiki, under A. Keliiahonui. My claims are for all the rights and benefits pertaining to the Konohiki, being the Po`alimas and the Po`ahas, the protected fish, and the protected trees. Those are my claims, under A. Keliiahonui ma.
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby tell you of my three lo`i and also a house lot those are my claims.
No. 6529, Holokukini, Claimant
Kanaina, sworn, says I know the lands of Holokukini in Pilaa & Kilauea. He has 4 lois in "Puaa," Pilaa all in one piece.
Bounded as follows:
Mauka by Konohiki's kula
Napali by Konohiki's kula
Makai by sea beac ....
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.... auka and Napali by Konohiki pasture
Makai by From the beach sand
Anahola by Hane's lois.
Upai lived under Holokukini.
Land from Opukea to Holokukini in 1845, no objections.
There are 6 lois in Kilauea belonging to Holokukini called Maluawai ili.
There is also a house lot, a pasture and 2 tenants. There are two houses and the men are living under Holokukini who owns the land and house lot.
Mauka by Kahili river
Napali by Konohiki's pasture
Makai by Opeka's lois
Anahola by Kahili river.
Land from Kekiahonui in 1842, title clear since the beginning to the present.
Kohale, sworn, he has seen Holokukini's land in Kalihi, also a house lot, the pasture and the four lois in Pilaa of the ili land of Puaa. He has known in the same ways as Kanaina.
[Award 6529; Puaa 1 ap. 1 Ac 11 rods]