Pukapuka 12b, Nama 14
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O NIU TIRANI. "KO TE TIKA, KO TE PONO, KO TE AROHA." VOL. 12.] PO NEKE, TUREI, HURAE 11, 1876. [No. 14. HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI. He moni kua tae mai:—£ s. d. 1876.—Na Kapene Poata mo Tutaniho o Whare- ponga ... ... ... ... O 10 O 1874.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa, o Otakou Heads, wahine a H. K. Taiaroa, M.H.R.... O 10 O 1875.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa ano ... ... ... 010 O 1876.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa ano ... ... ... 010 O 1875.—George G. Boyd, Esq., ote Wairoa, Haake Pei ... ...... ... O 10 O 1876.—George G. Boyd, Esq., ano... ... 010 O £300 Ko RAWIRI MAMARU, o Moeraki, he tangata " tango hou i te nupepa," e ki mai ana kua tukua mai e ia i roto i tana reta te pukapuka tuku moni mai o te Potapeta, ara te 10s mo te Waka nei. Kaore tahi he pukapuka pera i roto i taua reta i ta matou huakanga. I mahue i a ia te homai ki roto. Te WEHI, o te wahapu o Otakou. Kua tukua atu na ki a koe nga nupepa o te marama o Mei. Kei te Nama 11 te kupu mo au moni mo nga tau 1875 me 1876. Ko HEMOATA raua ko ENOKA, he tamariki no te kura i Iruharama, Whanganui, e ki mai ana kai te whakahe tonu nga tamariki o taua kura ki te korero a Waata Hipango (i panuitia i te Waka Nama 10) i ki ra ia kua mate ratou i nga tamariki o Parikino i te purei kirikete. E ki ana ratou ko taua purei i Parikino e hara i te purei hei whakahoki mo te purei i tu ki Iruharama, no te mea ko nga tamariki rarahi, kaha, i purei ra ki Iruharama kihai i tae ki Parikino. E mea ana ratou,—" Ki te mea ka tu ano he purei a muri ake nei, me tango ko aua tamariki ano i purei ki Parikino." HE TANGATA MATE. HORI REWIRI TIOPIRA, he mokopuna na te Waka Nene. I mate ki Waipoua, Hokianga, i te 14 o nga ra o Hune, 1876, te 15 ona tau. He tamaiti io na tetahi o nga kura o Hokianga; he matau ia ki te reo Pakeha, me etahi atu matauranga. APIATA te HORO.—I mate ki Anatioka, Mangonui, i te 11 o Hune, 1876. Ko ia te whakamutunga o nga rangatira kauma- tua o te Aupouri, e kiia ana i koni atu ona tau i te 100. I tona matenga i tapu te whenua i noho ai ia, me nga ika o te moana i hoe ai ia. HENI TOROMIRO, tamahine na Paora Pama, i Tongoiro, Tai Rawhiti, i te 12 o Hune, 1876, e 25 ona tau. RAWINIA RUKIRUKI, he wahine uri rangatira. I mate ki Whareponga, Tai Rawhiti, i te 10 o Mei, 1876, e 5G ona tau. OPETA TITAMA, tamaiti na Teiwi Titama, o Ohinetu, Otakou, i. te 18 o Hune, 1876. NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Subscriptions received :—£ s. d. 1876.—From Captain Porter for Tutaniho, of Whare- ponga... ... ... ... ... O 10 O 1S7-1'.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa, of Otago Heads, wife of H. K. Taiaroa, M.H.R. ... ... ... 010 O 1875.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa, of Otago Heads, wife of H. K. Taiaroa, M.H.R. ... ... ... O 10 O 1876.—Tini Kerei Taiaroa, of Otago Heads, wife of H. K. Taiaroa, M.H.R: ... ... ... 010 O 1875.—George G. Boyd, Esq., of Clyde, Hawke's Bay. ... ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O 1876— George G. Boyd, Esq., of Clyde, Hawke's Bay. ... ... ... ... ... ... O 10 O £300 RAWIRI MAMARU, of Moeraki (a new subscriber), says he enclosed in his letter a Post Office Order for 10s. The letter contained no such order when we opened it. TE WEHI, of Otago Heads.—Your papers for May have been duly posted. You will find your subscriptions for 1875 and 1876 acknowledged in No. 11. HEMOATA and ENOKA, boys of the Jerusalem School, at Whanganui, write that the boys of that school deny the state- ment of Walter Hipango (published in. Waka No. 10), that they were beaten at cricket by the Parikino boys. They deny that the game played at Parikino was intended to be a return match to the previous game played at Jerusalem, as the elder and moro expert of the boys, who played at Jerusalem, did not put in an appearance at Parikino. They say,—" If another game is to be played, let it be by the same boys who were pitted against each other last Christmas, at Parikino."

DEATHS. HORI REWIRI TIOPIRA, grandson of Waka Nene, at Wai- poua, Hokianga, on the 14th of June, 1876, aged 15 years. He was a pupil at one of the Hokianga Schools, and had acquired a tolerable knowledge of the English language and other branches of learning. APIATA te HORO, at Anatioka, Mangonui, on the 11th of June, 1S76. He was the last of the chiefs of the Aupouri tribe, and was said to be over 100 years old. At his death the land upon which he had lived, and the fish of the sea over which he had sailed and paddled, were " tabooed"—made sacred. HENI TOROMIRO, the daughter of Paora Pama, at Tongoiro, East Coast, on the 12th of June, 1876, aged 25 years. RAWINIA RUKIRUKI, a woman of some rank, at Wharepongn, East Coast, on the 10th of May, 1876, aged 56 years. OPETA TITAMA, child of Toiwi Titama, of Ohinetu Otago, on the 18th of June, 1876.