Location: Ili of Kaihuopalaai, Lopanui, Polapola, Kuaimano, and Makawela
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Apr. 18, 1850
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 3085
Native Testimony Kaohai’s case.
Kikala Sworn. I know his land, a moo kalo; some loi at another place; 3 loi kalo in the mooaina of Lopanui in the ili of Kaihupalaai. Parcel 3, house lot at Polapola, adjoining the Catholic Church.
Parcel 1. Here are the boundaries:
M. loi kalo of Puehuehu for Laamaikahiki
H. mooaina of Kamaihiili for Kapiioho
Mk. 2 loi at Kumupali
W. mooaina of Makawela
Parcel two. Is a loi for the Konohiki. Testimony was given in error. It is within the loi area of his, in the ili of Kaihupalaai, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. The second parcel is contested by the Konohiki, prior to that this land was for Nawiliwili. The boundaries are:
M. loi of Kuemanuiki
H. loi of Kuaipua
Mk. loi of Pulehu
W. the auwai of Paninui [Panainui].
Parcel 3. A house lot.
M. a pa aina
H. house lot of Kahoekele
Mk. a road and the pa aina
W. a house lot (who’s is it?).
His land is from his parents in the time of Kaahumanu. No one has opposed him.
Kapiioho Sworn. His testimony is the same as mine.1
Foreign Testimony Clt. appears and made oath that his claim was duly made out & presented, the same is therefore admitted to a hearing.
Kikala, sworn, says he knows the land of Kaohai. It is a moo of 3 lois called Lopanui in the ili of Kaihuopalaai, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu.
2d. A loi called Kuamoo in the moo Makawela, ili Kaihuopalaai as above 3d. A kahuahale in Polapola adjoining the Catholic Chapel yard.
Apana 1 is bounded:
M. by a loi kalo called Paloku [Puehuehu] of Laamaikahiki
H. by a mooaina Kamaihiili of Kapiioho
Mk. by a loi called Kumupali in the same moo
W. by a mooaina Kamakawela.
Apana 2. A loi called Kuaimano in the moo Makawela & ili Kaihuopalaai, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. It is bounded:
M. by the loi Kuaimanoiki
H. by the loi Kuaipuaa
Mk. by the loi Pulehu
W. by the auwai Panainui.
Note: [illegible] apana together with one loi in Apana 1 is claimed by Konohiki as returned to him by Weliweli when he left for Maui, & was committed to the care of claimant but not given to him as his own.
Apana 3. Kahuahale. Bounded:
M. by the paaina
H. by the kahuahale of C. [Catholic] chapel
Mk. by the road
W. by the pahale & kula.
Clt. received the land from his father in the time of Kaahumanu, & has held quiet possession of the same until now.
Kapiioho sworn, says the above testimony is true & is also his own.2
1Book 9, p. 283–284, April 18, 1850.
2Book 9, p. 137–138.