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No. 5695, Lunalilo, William C., Haliimaile (Beretania St.), Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Volume 25, pps. 9-10 [rp Reel 13, 0828-0829.tif-]
Upon Confirmation by the Land Commission
Whereas, the Board of Commissioners to quiet Land Titles have by their decision awarded unto C. Kanaina for W.C. Lunalilo, Claim No. 247, Apana 2, 4, 6 & 7,
An estate of Freehold less than Allodial, in and to the land hereafter described, and whereas Charles R. Bishop & Charles Kanaina on the 30th day of July A.D. 1870, as Guardians of the Person and Property of His Royal Highness, William C. Lunalilo by a deed of conveyance recorded in the Office of Registry office [sic] in Honolulu in Liber 38 on pages 55 & 56 have conveyed to the Hawaiian Government a certain parcel of land in consideration of the Government commutation in the land hereinafter described.
Therefore, Lunalilo, by the Grace of God, King of the Hawaiian Islands, by this Royal Patent, makes known to all men, that he has, for himself and for his successors in office, this day granted and given absolutely, in Fee Simple, unto C. Kanaina for W.C. Lunalilo all that certain piece of land situat ....
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.... 0° 30" West 123 feet bounded by Fort Street, thence
North 56° 15" West 117 feet bounded by Queen Street
North 46° 30" West 45 feet bounded by Queen Street
North 52° 45" East 161 feet bounded by the Skinner premises, thence
South 39° 30" East 153 1/2 feet to point of commencement, bounded by the French House Lot
Comprising an area of 619-9 fathoms
Containing 3 « Acres 3 Roods 12 Perches, more or less, excepting and reserving to the Hawaiian Government all mineral or metallic mines of every description.
To Have and to Hold the above granted Land in Fee Simple, unto the said C. Kanaina for W.C. Lunalilo, [his] Heirs and Assigns forever, subject to taxes to be from time to time imposed by the Legislative Council, equally upon all Landed Property held in Fee Simple.
In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the Great Seal of the Hawaiian Islands to be affixed, this 17th day of June, 1873.
By the King, Lunalilo R. [Rex]
The Minister of Interior, Edwin O. Hall
[Royal Land Patent No. 5695, Lunalilo, William C., Haliimaile (Beretania St.), Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu,5 apana, 3.5 Acs 3 roods, 12 rods, 1873]