Te Manuhiri Tuarangi and Maori Intelligencer
" Kia Whakakotahitia te Maori we te pakeha."
VOL. I.] AUCKLAND, JULY 15, 1861.AKARANA, HURAE 15, 1861. [No. 9
"LET THE PAKEHA AND THE MAORI BE UNITED."
I.THE ENGLISH SYSTEM.
Some of the Maori people have perhaps seen the Pakeha's mode of administering justice in the courts of law, and the satis- factory way in which such proceedings are conducted. An account shall be given of one of these cases that all may understand.
One morning Mr. Nathan, a Merchant of Auckland, on coming to his store, found it had been broken into and entered by some persons, and that two guns had been stolen and carried away. He considered for a time who could have committed this robbery. At last his suspicion fell upon the pakehas named Putu and Whakana, and he went to the Police Magistrate, Mr. Matthew, and told of the taking of his two guns, and his suspi
cion that Putu and Whakana were the thieves.
" KIA WHAKAKOTAHlTlA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORi."
Mo NGa Ture.
I.NGA TIKANGA PAKEHA.
Kua kite pea etahi o nga tangata maori i nga whakariteritenga whakawa a te pakeha, i te pai hoki o ta ratou whakahaere tikanga.
Me whakaatu atu nga korero o tetahi, kia mohiotia ai e te katoa.
I te haerenga mai o Natana o tetahi pakeha hokohoko o Akarana Iti tona whare taonga i te ata, na, tae rawa mai, kua pakaru te whare: kua tomokia ete tangata, a kua riro nga pu e rua i te tahae. Wha- kaaroaro noa ia, na wai ranei na wai ranei tenei tahae. Na, ka mea ia, na Puta pea raua ko Whakaea. Na, ka haere ia ki te kaumatua whakarite, ki a Te Matiu; a ka korerotia atu te rironga o ana pu e rua, me tana whakaaro na Putu raua ko Whakana te tahae. Na ka mea a te Matiu, Kia