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TE WANANGA.

HE PANUITANGA TENA KIA KITE KOUTOU.

"TIHE MAURI-ORA." NAMA, 8. PAKOWHAI, MANE, APERIRA 26, 1875. PUKAPUKA, 2. NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Subscriptions received :— £ s. d. Moses te Atahikoia, Waimarama, 1875. 10 O Samuel Tamahau, Wairarapa. 10 O

£100 The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.

ALEXANDRA, APRIL 2ST 1875. The Hawke's Bay Herald say:—Tawhiao and his immediate followers arrived at Pekamu last even- ing, en route for the Kuiti meeting. He will call at Kopua this morning. The Natives are making enquiries, at Rewi's instigation, regarding the Pakeha Moffitt's antecedents. He (Moffitt) proffers cheques for large sums, which cannot be changed. He has told the Natives to come to no terms with the Native Minister at present, as a Member of Parliament from England has been deputed by the Queen to come here and redress all their grievances. Hori Kerei Taiaroa intends calling a meeting of the Natives of Canterbury and Otago, to be held at Heads on the 24th May, to consider what steps should be taken to secure the payment of two millions sterling claimed by him in 1872 as compensation for the unfulfilled promises made them by Colonel Wakefield, and Messrs. Kemp, and Mantell. At the meeting it is intended to collect money for the pur- pose of defraying the expenses of sending certain of their number to England to petition the Grown and Parliament on the spot, and to request Mr. Mantell, to go with them to advocate their claims. The Hawke's Bay Herald of April 13. Says, it is stated that the Premier, the Hon. Mr. Vogel, intends to leave England for New Zealand, via., San Francises, next month. HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI. He moni kua riro mai :— £ s. d.

Mohi te Atahikoia, Waimarama, 1875. 10 O Hamuera Tamahau, Wairarapa. 10 O

£100 Kaore he ritenga, ki te Etita, mo nga whakaaro o nga tangata, e tuhi ana mai.

ARIKIHANARA, 2, APERIRA, 1875. E ki ana a te Haaku Pei Herara;—Ko Tawhiao me ona-kai aru, no te ahiahi i tainahi i tae mai ai ki Pekamu, e haere ana ki te Hui ki te Kuiti, kei tenei ata ia peka ai ki te Kopua. E uiui ana nga Maori i te ritenga o te korero a Rewi mo te Pakeha nei nao Mawhete. E nui ana nga tiaki moni nunui a (Mawhete,) kaore e tiinitia, kua ki ata ia ki nga Maori, kia kaua e wha- kaae ki nga ritenga a te Minita mo te taha Maori, inaianei, ta te taea kua whakaaetia e te Kuini tetahi Mema o te Paremata o Ingarangi, kia haere mai ki konei, hei whakaoti i o tatou raruraru katoa. E mea ana a Hori Kerei Taiaroa, kia karangatia he Hui mo nga Maori o Kanatepere, me nga Maori o Otakou, kia tu ki te ngutuawa o Otakou a te 21 o Mei, hei whiriwhiri i te ara e whiwhi ai i nga Miriona moni e rua, i tonoa e ia i te tan 1872, mo te Oati kia ratou a Kanara Weikiwhiri, a te Keepa, a Matara, kihai nei i rite i a ratou, kei tana Hui nei e meatia ana kia kohikohia he moni, hei utu mo nga tangata, o ratou e meatia ana Ma tonoa ki Ingarangi, kia pitihana ki te Karauna, me te Paremata i reira ai, tae te inoi ano kia haere a Matara i a ratou kei korero i a ratou take. E ki ana a te Haku Pei Herara o te 13, o nga ra o Aperira. E korerotia ana, tera te Pirimia a te Wokuru, e rere mail Ingarangi ki Nui Tireni, ma Hana Wharanahihiko mai, a tera marama.