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THE MAORI MESSENGER. TE KARERE MAORI. VOL. VII.] AUCKLAND, SEPTEMBER 1, 1860.—AKARANA, HEPETEMA 1, 1860. [No. 17 PURSUANT to the intention expressed in our last we now lay before our readers the conclusion of our Report of the Conference proceedings. As we before intimated, the Chiefs were requested by Mr. McLean to reply, in writing, to the Governor's opening Address, in the order of their tribes or hapus. Accordingly many replies were sent in during the first week of the Session, but as others were received at later inter- vals we have refrained noticing them hitherto, in order that we might ap- pend them to our Report in a con- nected and complete form. They will so appear in our next issue. On Monday, the 6th ultimo, His Excellency Governor Brovvne visited the Chiefs at Kohimarama and dined KEI roto nei te whakamutunga o nga korero o te Runanga. I mea hoki ta matou kupu i tera " Karere" kei tenei toua otinga, koia nei, ka rite. I penei te kupu a Te Makarini ki nga rangatira o te Runanga—otira kua oti ano e matou te korero—ara, i mea ia kia tuhituhia e tena hapu e tena hapu taua pukapuka whaka- hoki mo nga korero a te Kawana i te ra timatanga. Heoi, putuputu mai nga pukapuka i taua wiki tua- tahi; otira, he takiwa ano ki muri iho ka puta mai ano etahi; koia hoki matou i whakaaro ai, kia kaua e taia hohorotia, engari kia poto katoa mai nga pukapuka, hei reira ano ka huihuia, ka taia ngatahitia. Heoi ra, hei tera " Karere" te pera- tia ai. No te Manei, no te 6 o nga ra o Akuhata, ka tae atu a Kawana Paraone ki Kohimarama ki te toro