Datapoint Pidgin Hawaiian/Order of possessor and possessum

No example was found in my corpus of the possessor-possessum order involving two full nouns. There are, however, a few instances where a proper noun could be interpreted as the possessor, e.g.

Akolu pake wau aha ma kela hale, makou limalima kela rumi, Aiau kela hale.
three Chinese 1SG four LOC DET house 1PL rent DET room Aiau DET house
'Three Chinese and I, four total, were in that house; we rented the room/rooms at Aiau's house' (naturalistic written, own data 1894)

Note that such constructions are ambiguous since Aiau kela hale can also be interpreted as 'it was Aiau's house'.

Values

Possessum-possessor

Example 71-205:
Kela pake olelo iaia, “Aole hele malaila,” kela keiki paa ka lima ka pake.
Kela
det
pake
Chinese
olelo
speak
iaia,
3sg
“Aole
neg
hele
go
malaila,”
there
kela
det
keiki
child
paa
hold
ka
def
lima
arm
ka
def
pake.
Chinese
That Chinese said to him [the child], 'Don't go there,' the child grabbed the Chinese's arm.
Example 71-135:
Poakahi aole loaa hulu moa ma kela hale oe?
Poakahi
Monday
aole
neg
loaa
exist
hulu
feather
moa
chicken
ma
loc
kela
det
hale
house
oe?
2sg.poss
On Monday, were there no chicken feathers at your house?
Example 71-4:
Akoi ma kela lumi Lam See.
Akoi
Akoi
ma
loc
kela
det
lumi
room
Lam
Lam
See.
See
Akoi was in Lam See's room.
Confidence:
Very certain