N. 49 deg. 12’ E. true 226.7 feet along Government land.
S. 24 deg. 11’ E. true 91.0 feet along Government Road Reserve.
S. 77 deg. 21’ E. true 179.5 feet along same.
S. 13 deg. 45’ E. true 109.8 feet
along Government land to north angle of
Gr. 3813 to Dr. Wood.
S. 73 deg. 30’ W. true 121.3 feet along Gr. 3814 to H.M. Dow.
S. 76 deg. 15’ W. true 250.0 feet along Grs. 3999 and 4000.
N. 71 deg. 50’ W. true 102.5 feet along Gr. 4000 to initial point.
Area, 83,588 square feet.
6th. Portion of reef of Kaakaukukui.
Beginning at the Government Survey
Station known as the “Battery” [delta] from which, Punchbowl [delta]
bears N. 48 deg. 18’ 30” E. true and the lighthouse vane.
N. 56 deg. 14’ W. distant 1608.1 feet and running as follows:
N. 37 deg. 40’ W. true 760 feet along on the reef of Kaakaukukui.
S. 39 deg. 00’ W. true 3100 feet
along the southeast side of main channel to
a depth of 20 feet of water (more or less).
S. 9 deg. 25’ W. true 987 feet along the reef in about 20 feet of water.
N. 52 deg. 23’ E. true 3585 feet
along on the reef to a point on the
seashore at high-water mark.
N. 35 deg. 00’ W. true 182 feet along the shore at high-water mark.
N. 5 deg. 35’ W. true 446 feet along
Allen street extension to the southeast
corner of the Battery wall.
S. 87 deg. 20’ W. true 120 feet to the initial point.
Area, 76-25/100 acres.
7th. Punchbowl street from Halekauwila street to Allen street. Beginning at the southwest corner of Halekauwila and Punchbowl streets, as shown on the Government blue print, and running in a westerly direction along the U.S. Naval Reservation 572 feet to Allen street, thence along Allen street 50 feet, thence in an easterly direction along the United States Naval Reservation 480 feet to land belonging to the Bishop Estate, thence 110 feet to the initial point.
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By the President:
Secretary of State.
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