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No. 329, Keaka, December 28, /8 /sic/ 
Greetings to the Land Commissioners:
I am hereby telling you of my right over this houselot at Lahaina, here at Pauna`u.
No. 329, Keaki
Malaekahana, sworn for the land of Keaki, I had heard from Kaui on the boundaries of that property of Keakua, ....
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.... No one has objected.
Pupuka, sworn, Keaka's lot is mauka adjoining with Keoni's property and Peki's place is on the north. Kahula had given Keaka that place and I said to this person here, "Move your fence again because (other) fences are being moved again." That is the end of what I have known.
[Award 329; R.P. 4383; Paunau Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1 Ac. 34 rods]