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No. 6877, Kapili [Kahili]
Kua, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are in Paunauiki," Lahaina. They consist of 3 pieces of kula and 4 of kalo. The claimant received these lands from the King in the days of Hoapili in ancient times. His title has never been disputed.
The piece of kula of 6 moos is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Kuhaopao
Olowalu by the poalima ....
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Mauka by my land
Olowalu by the high pali
Makai by the poalima land
kaanapali by my land.
The last piece of kalo is bounded:
Mauka by the poalima land
Olowalu by the pali
Makai by Hae's land
Kaanapali by Poonui's land.
[Award 6877; R.P. 5587; Paunauiki & Kauaula; 6 ap.; 1 Ac. 26 rods; See No. 6851 Kahula ma for Native Register document]