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TE WAEA MAORI O NIU TIRANI.

"KO TE TIKA, KO TE PONO, KO TE AROHA." VOL. 10.]. PO NEKE, TUREI, HANUERE 13, 1874. [No. 1. HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI. He moni kua tae mai:— £ s. d. 1874.—Aporo Pungari o Orira, Hokianga. (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Tamati Ranapiri o Otaki ... ... O 10 O Matiu Kapene o Waikouaiti ... O 10 O (Kua homai e ia £1, engari te 10s. anake i panuitia i tera putanga o te Waka) Hare Hepa o Wairewa, Katapere... 100 1873-74.—Aporo Te Tipitipi, kei Po Neke (No. 15, 1873) ... ... ... O 10 O 1874.—Hemi Warena o Pokitaone, Mana- watu (No. 1, 1874.) ... ... O 10 O Hohaia Rangiauru o Motueka (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Paora Taki o Rapaki, Kaiapoi (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Hero Mokena o Areka, Waikato (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Hakopa Te Waharoa o Hamilton, Waikato (No. 1, 1874) ... 010 O Te Herangi, Kai-whakawa, o Waikato ... ... ... ... O 10 O £600 E whakaaro ana a Hoani Maka o Wangaehu he kore utu nana mo tana nupepa i kore ai e panuitia toua reta i roto i te Waka Maori o te 12 o Nowema nei, e hara i te mea he roa ki ta matou i ki ai. Engari me ki atu matou ki a ia mehemea i tau tona reta mo nga wharangi o te Waka Maori, penei kua panuitia e matou ahakoa kore ona moni kia tae mai ki a matou. Ko nga tangata e korero ana i tenei nupepa kaore e pai ana ki aua tu korero roa mo nga kaumatua me nga poropiti o Iharaira —ka kitea aua korero i roto i te Paipera mehemea e hiahia pera ana. E pai ana tena kua rongo nei matou kua hoatu e ia ki a Te Wuunu i muri nei ana moni mo tana nupepa. E ki mai ana Petera Whakahoro me ona hoa tokotoru o te Wairoa kua takoto a ratou moni e £2 mo te Waka Maori; engari kaore ratou e mohio ana ki te ara hei homaitanga, ki te tangata hoki hei homaitanga. Ta matou kupu, me hoatu ki to koutou Kai-whakawa ki a te Omana kia tukua mai e ia i te meera ki te " Kai-tuhi o te Waka Maori." Me tuku mai e To Herangi nga ingoa o nga tangata e ki ana kaore ratou e mohio ana ki te wa hei homaitanga i a ratou moni mo te Waka Maori. Ko te Waka Maori ka tukua i te Turei i roto i nga rua wiki katoa a muri ake nei, kaore i to Wenerei—he mea ia kia rite ki nga whakaritenga i roto i te Whare ta Perehi o te Kawanatanga. I Ko Hori Waiti o Tokomaru i te tai Rawhiti, o korero ana ka NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Subscriptions received:— £ s. d. 1874-.—Aporo Pungari, of Orira, Hokianga (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Thomas Ransfield, Otaki ... ... O IO O Mathew Kapene, Waikouaiti, (Re- ceived £1, but 10s. only acknow- ledged in last number) ... ... O IO O Hare Kepa, Little River, Canter- bury ... ... ... ... 1 O O 1873-74.—Aporo Te Tipitipi, Wellington, (No. 15, 1873) ... ... ... O 10 O 1874.—Hemi Warena, Foxton (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... ... O 10 O Hohaia Rangiauru, of Motueka, Nelson (No. 1, 1874) ... ... O 10 O Paora Taki, of Rapaki, Lytttelton (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... O 10 O Hero Mokena, of Alexandra (No. 1, 1874) ... ... ... ... O 10 O Hakopa Te Waharoa, of Hamilton, Waikato (No. 1, 1874) ... ... O 10 O William N. Searancke, Esq., R.M., Hamilton (No. 1, 1874) ... O 10 O £600 Hoani Maka, of Wangaehu, thinks we refused to insert his letter in the Waka Maori, of the 12th of last November, not because it was too long, as we informed him, but because ho had not paid up his subscription We beg to assure him that if the letter in question had been suitable for the columns of the Waka Maori, we should have inserted it, notwithstanding his not having paid his subscription. Our readers do not want long accounts about the patriarchsand prophets of Israel; they can read about them in the Bible if they choose. We are glad to hear, however, that Hoani Maka has since paid his subscription to Mr. Woon. Petera Whakahoro and his three friends of Te Wairoa tell us they have £2 ready to send as their subscription for the Waka Maori, but they do not know how to send it, or to whom. Get your Resident Magistrate, Mr. Ormond, to send it per mail to the " Editor of the Waka Maori." Will Mr. Searancke be good enough to send us the names of those who, he says, do not know when their subscriptions to the Waka Maori become due. In order to meet arrangements in the Government Printing Office, the Waka Maori will henceforth be issued every alter- nate Tuesday, instead of Wednesday as formerly. Hori Waiti, of Tokomaru, East Coast, expresses his great