Abstract
Volume 1, No. 49
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p.1 Terms of subscription and advertising [in English]
Notices
From Adam Burnes, notice of bank interest rates.
From DYN, notice of mare found.
From Tame Tiakena advertising the showing of two stallions.
p.2 The Maori King
Editorial discussion of the possible benefits perceived by Maori by the institution of a Maori king. Advocates that progress will only be achieved through attaining knowledge. Advises that representation for Maori is through legislation and government representation.
News
New legislation for the purchase of gunpowder.
Te Honiana's arrival aboard the ship Katihi.
The arrival of food produce aboard the ship Oriwa Rangi.
Financial grant from the Governor for the newspaper.
pp.2-3 The laws of England
Continued from Vol. 1, No. 47:2, regarding the differences between God's law and civil law and their application.
Definitions of and penalties for crimes of assault.
pp.3-4 The account of the journey of Hēnare Wiremu Hipango and his minister, Te Teira, to England
Descriptive account of spectacles seen and conversations held after berthing at Sydney, Paremata and Liverpool.
p.4 Letters to the Editor
From Rīwai Te Ahu, Waikanae
Description of a horse that was found at Waikanae.
From Tāmati Hāmiora, Waitōtara, Wanganui
Notice that he wishes the opinions of a meeting with Teretiu to be published.
From Pēhi, Kereitaone [Greytown]
States that something is contaminating the water and food in the township.
[Notices]
Names and descriptions of deserters from the ship, Rōpata Maara.
Reward from Wiremu Hikihona (William Hickson) for the return of his horse.
Reward of £6 from Waikōkopu for the return of his horse.
Current market prices for foodstuffs and produce.