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TE WAKA MAORI O NIU TIRANI. "KO TE TIKA, KO TE PONO, KO TE AROHA." VOL. 12.] PO NEKE, TUREI, HUNE 13, 1876. [No. 12. He moni kua tae mai:—£ s. d. Na te Wana Tama, Kai-whakawa, mo— 1876.—Hapeta Henare, o Rakaupara, Hokianga ... 010 O Na te Pake, mo— 1876.—Kepa Raharuhi, o Waihi, e tata ana ki Kati- kati, Tauranga ... ... ... ... O 10 O Na Rihari Wunu, Kai-whakawa, o Whanganui, mo— 1876.—Te Harawira, o Kaiwaiki ... ... ... 010 O „ Epiha, o Ramiki... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hare te Moko ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hauauru... ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hiroti Ngahiraka, o Wangaehu Piriti... 010 O „Matiu Tutarangi............O10O „Hone Hira ...............O10O „Reihana Kauki............O10O £500 Kua hoatu e matou ki a te Karaka, Hekeretari o te taha Maori, te reta a Hoera te Mangaroa me etahi atu o Ngaitai, Opotiki, hei titiro muna. Kua ngaro te hoiho a HONE HIRA TE WARETITI. I ngaro ki Kauangaroa, Wangaehu, te takutai ki te Hauauru. He uwha taua hoiho, be whero ; kei te peke kei te huha te parani, he penei (TI). E ki ana a Hone ka homai e ia £1 10s. ki te tangata mana e whakaatu ki a, ia te wahi e noho ana taua hoiho. NGAWIWI POTATAU, o Waitotara.—E kore ano ra matou e mohio ki te ahua o te mate e korero na koe. Engari me haere koe ki te takuta Pakeha. RETIMANA KAMA, o Papakiri, Manawatu.—Me tutu mat ma roto i te Potapeta nga moni mo te Waka. Ko HAKOPA, o Matata, e ki ana, i roto i tetahi reta i tuhia mai i te 26 o Mei, kua tuku taonga a Ngatikahungunu o •Nepia raua ko Ngati rangitihi o Matata, tetahi ki tetahi. He pai rawa nga taonga a Ngatikahungunu i tuku ai, he kakahu, he hoiho, he pounamu, he aha. He maha enei reta kua tae mai, e kore e taea te mahi i naianei. HE TANGATA MATE. Ko MIHI PATI, te wahine aroha a Honetana Tuwhare, tama- hine na Manihera raua ko Ripeka te Ngaro. I mate ki Mangonui, i te 30 o Hanuere, 1876, ona tau e 30.—" He toko- maha nga kotiro i u to pai o ta ratou mahi; hira ake ia tau i a ratou katoa."—Nga whakatauki xxxi, 29. HEMI RIKIRIKI, i mate ki Ruapuke, Murihiku, i te 17 o nga ra o Maehe, 1876, ona tau e 60. TAME WIREMU, iramutu o Teone Topi Patuki, i Murihiku. I mate i te 9 o Maehe, 1876, ona tau e 4. PITA HONAO, Ateha Maori. I mate ki Tokomaru, Tai Rawhiti, i te 24 o Mei, 1876. WERA WAI-TE-RANGI, tamahine a Reihana Tarawera. I mate ki Kai Iwi, Whanganui, i te 3 o Mei, 1876. NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Subscriptions received :—£ s. d. From Spencer Von Sturmer, Esq., R.M., for— 1876—Hapeta Henare, of Rakaupara, Hokianga ... O 10 O From J. W. Puckey, Esq., for— 1876—Kepa Raharuhi, of Waihi, near Katikati, Tauranga ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O From R. W. Woon, Esq., R.M., of Whanganui, for— 1876—Te Harawira, of Kaiwaiki (No. 11)... 010 O „ Epiha, of Ramiki (No. 11) ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hare te Moko... ... ...' ... O 10 O „ Hauauru ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hiroti Ngahiraka, of Wangaehu Bridge (No. 11) ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Matiu Tutarangi ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Hone Hira ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O „ Reihana Kauki ... ... ... ... O 10 O £500 We have handed the letter of Hoera te Mangaroa and others, of the Ngaitai tribe, Opotiki, to Mr. Under Secretary Clarke, of the Native Office, for his information. HONE HIKA TE WARETITI has lost a bay mare at Kauangaroa, Wangaehu, West Coast, branded on the shoulder and thigh thus—(TI.) He offers 30s. reward to any person who will in- form him where it may be found. NGAWIWI POTATAU, of Waitotara.—Of course we cannot in- form you of the nature of the disease of which you speak. Apply to a European doctor. RETIMANA KAMA, of Papakiri, Manawatu.—Send your sub- scription through the Post Office. HAKOPA, of Matata, East Coast, writing on the 26th of May, informs us that a grand interchange of presents has taken place between the Ngatikahungunu of Napier and the Ngatirangitihi tribe of Matata. The presents given by the Napier people were very valuable, consisting of clothing, horses, greenstone, &c. Numerous letters received must stand over for the present. DEATHS. MIHI PATI, beloved wife of Jonathan Tuwhare, and daughter of Maunsell and Rebecca te Ngaro, at Mangonui, on the 30th of January, 1876, aged 30 years.—"Many daughters have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all."—Proverbs xxxi, 29. HEMI RIKIRIKI, at Ruapuke, Southland, on the 17th March, 1876, aged 60 years. TAME WIREMU, nephew of Teone Topi Patuki, at the Bluff, on the 9th of March, 1876, aged 4 years. PITA HONAO, Native Assessor, at Tokomaru, East Coast, on the 24th of May, 1876. WERA WAI-TE-RANGI, daughter of Reihana Tarawera, at Kai Iwi, Whanganui, on the 3rd of May, 1876.