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TE KARERE MAORI OR MAORI MESSENGER. or constables, who are nobly endea-vouring, in connection with their friend Mr. White, to carry out the excellent plan of Sir George Grey for the government of the Maori. We are unable to gratify pur readers at present, by placing before them a report of the proceedings which took place at the second Maori Parliament held in this country ; but it is not too much to expect that our Mangonui friends will be found as capable of managing their local affairs, as their near neighbours of the Bay of Islands District.te kau ma wha. Whakahaere tahi ai enei ko to ratou hoa ko Te Waiti, ki te hapai i nga tikanga waimarie a Ta Hori Kerei, mo te kawanatanga o nga iwi Maori. E kore e taea te whakatakoto ki te aroaro o nga kai korero, kia ahua-reka ai ratou, nga tikanga katoa i mahia ki te Paremeta tuarua i turia ki tenei motu ; ko te mea ia, e uara ake ana te ngakau, ae, e pera ano te tika o nga mahi o tenei iwi, o te Rarawa, me te mahi o a ratou hoa noho tata, i roto i te Takiwa o To-kerau. APPOINTMENTS UNDER THE NEW SYSTEM, WE lay before our readers a Return shewing the number of Officers appointed in Native Districts, under the system of Governor Sir George "Grey, a large proportion of whom it will be seen are Natives who are practically acquainted with its excel-lence, and who are prepared with ourselves to recommend it to the tribes residing on the East and the West, the North and the South of New Zealand. If any of our readers consider that they have been neglected here-tofore, we may state by way of apology, that till now we have not had at our command a return from which to copy their names and offices,and even now all the Districts have not been fully organised, nor -the whole of .the appointments filled up. We need scarcely assure our friends, that to record their names and good deeds in the pages of the " Maori Messenger," is no less grati fying to us than to themselves ; and should it be found at any time, that their interests have been overlookedWHAKATURANGA I RUNGA I TE TIKANGA HOU. KA whakatakotoria nei e matou te Pukapuka whakakite i nga ingoa o nga Apiha, me ta ratou tikanga mahi i roto i nga ritenga hou kua oti te wha-katakoto ki nga Takiwa Maori. Ko te nui o nga tangata kua whakaturia nei, he Maori ; ko te mea, kua kitea e ratou te pai o taua tikanga, a, ma ratou e whakaatu atu ki te tokomaha nga tika e ahu mai ana i tera mahi-nga, ki nga tauiwi e noho ana i te Rawhiti, i te Hauauru, i te Tuaraki, i te Tonga hoki o Niu Tireni. Ki te mea, ka whakaaro nga kai korero o te nupepa kua hihipa ke i a ratou a matou whakahaerenga kupu, kihai i panuitia o ratou ingoa, me a ratou mahi, he kore pukapuka whakaatu mai ki a matou, a, i roto i tenei wa, kahore ano i oti noa nga mahi, me te whakatuturanga o nga tangata ki nga Takiwa Maori katoa. Meaha, me ki atu ki nga hoa, e ' tino hiahia aua matou kia taia iho o > ratou ingoa me a ratou mahi pai ki nga wharangi o te " Karere Maori." • Ki te pai ratou ki taua tikanga, ka i pai hoki te kai ta kia panuitia nga mahi o nga hoa ; a, ki te kitea, kua oti etahi o ratou te whakarere i enei