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No. 7179, Kauhena
The Land Commissioners, House of the Privy Council, Greetings and Peace: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land at Kauluwela, an `Ili in Honolulu. There are fourteen lo`i in my mo`o. On the east is the land of Kekualoa, on the North, South and West is a watercourse, those are the boundaries of my land.
KAUHEMA X, his mark
December 14, 1847
No. 7179, Kauhema, ....
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.... sent; no objections, except for Nauahi protesting for the three patches in section 1. No one has objected to section 2. This man, Nauahi, has been tried before J. Kaaukai, the district judge, where the decision had been in Kauhema's favor.
Kaule, sworn, We both have known alike. It was I who had given those three patches and Nauahi is in error for protesting. I am the konohiki of this land.
[Award 7179; R.P. 1231; Kauluwela Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs]