Rāpopoto reo Pākehā
Pukapuka 3, Nama 36

p.373 Notice listing dates and times of sunrise and sunset.
pp.373-374 [Editorial]
Discusses the fluctuating income of the Hawke's Bay Maori and gives reasons for it.
[English translation included.]
p.375 [News items]
Maori in Te Takapau
Discusses reports in English newspapers of the methods used by Takapau Maori groups in dealing with land disputes. States that they disagree with the findings and discusses their reasons.
Letters to Te Wananga
States that although they have received many letters from readers [60], they are unable to print them all because the newspaper space is taken up by news and reports from Parliament.
States that a Member of Parliament has suggested that Parliament reside in the South Island at Dunedin.
Tāwhiao's message
Concerns a notice that appeared in the Tauranga Times discussing a directive from Matutaera [Tāwhiao], that the rebels should sort out their differences and learn to live harmoniously.
pp.375-378 House of Representatives
Separation - adjourned debate
Discusses a proposed change to the parliamentary structure in which the colony will be divided into two parts, having two local governments.
[English translation included.]
pp.378-380 Correspondence
From Hoani Nahe, Pōneke
A discussion concerning the best proceedure for forwarding petitions to Parliament.
[English translation included.]
From Hēnare Matua
Copy of a letter he sent to the Hawke's Bay Herald that condems the paper's allegations of libel made against Te Wananga.
[English translation included.]
From Hēnare Matua
Copy of a letter he sent to the Daily Telegraph concerning the allegations made against Hēnare Tōmoana and how the Government should censor him.
[English translation included.]
From Hēnare Matua
Advises that he will publish a reply to a letter from Mōrena that was published in Te Waka Maori.
[English translation included.]
From Hāmiora Tūpaea
A reply to an earlier letter sent in by Urupeni Pūhara in which he alleges that Pūhara has carelessly attributed deeds to him. Corrects the assumptions made with reference to earlier writings.
From Manaena Tinikiterangi
Concerns a candidate for election to Parliament who will be a bad choice to represent Maori. Advises Maori not to vote for him.
Notice advising an entertainment of kapara whakamarama [illuminated slides?] being held at the Napier Opera House, and lists the admission charges.
Notice concerning publishing details for Te Wananga.