Pukapuka 9, Nama 20
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TE WAKA MAORI

O NIU TIRANI.

KO TE TIKA, KO TE PONO, KO TE AROHA."

VOL. 9.]

PO NEKE, WENEREI, TIHEMA 24,, 1873.

[No. 20.

HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI.

He moni kua tae mai:— £ s. d. 1873-74 Wiremu Maihe; Te Hinaki o

Whitianga (No. 19, 1873) ... O 10 O

,, Wiremu Pohe Pohe o Whata- whata, Waikato (No. 19, 1873) ... ... ... O 10 O

„ Hone Tare Tikao o Wairewa, Little River, Katipere (No. 19, 1873) ... ... ... O 10 O

„ Rawiri Te Ito o Wirewa, Little

River, Katipere (No. 19,1873) O 10 O

„ T. A. Bowden, Esq., M.A., o

Werengitana, (No. 15, 1873) O 10 O

„ Thomas Whitehouse, Esq., o

Werengitana (No. 19,1873)... O 10 O

„ Kapene Matiu, o Waikouaiti ... O 10 O

„ J. W. Buller, Esq., o Whanganui

(No. 13, 1873) ... ... O 10 O

„ James Stent, Esq., o Waitotara,

Whanganui (No. 15,1873) ... O 10 O

„ William Handley, Esq., o Nuku- maru, Waitotara, Whanga- nui (No. 15,1873) ... ... O 10 O

„ Karaitiana, o Iruharama, Wha- nganui (No. 15, 1873) ... O 10 O

£5 10 O

Ko Wiremu Paora o Parekarangi, Horohoro, kei te takiwa ki waenganui o Taupo o Rotorua, e tuhi mai ana i runga i te whakahau a to ratou Komiti Maori he ki mai ka nui rawa te raruraru o ratou i te hanga Pakeha e tia haereere ana ki roira ki te tono whenua mo ratou, na reira ratou ka whakatu Komiti hei whakahaere i nga tikanga katoa i runga i te hoko me te reti whenua; a e hiahia ana ratou kei nga mahinga pera a to Kawanatanga ki a ratou a muri ake nei me anga ki taua Komiti anake korero ai. Heoi ta matou kupu ki a ratou, me anga a ratou korero ki nga apiha i whakaturia e te Kawanatanga hei kai hoko i nga whenua Maori mo te Kuini.

Te taenga mai ki a matou o te reta a John F. Burslem o te Niho-o te-Kiore e tuwhera tonu ana, e hara hoki i te mea hiiri i a ia ma ra ano. Kaore rawa he upoko Kuini i roto. .Ka whakaritea tana tono me ka tae mai nga moni.

E kore e taea e matou te ata whakaatu ki a Utiku Maru- maru te utu mo ana huruhuru. He mea rere ke te utu o etahi, he rere ke etahi, kei te ahua o te huruhuru me te pai o te horo- inga te tikanga. Engari me tuku panui ia ki nga nupepa Pakeha kia rangona he wuru Iana hei hoko ; akuanei ka whaka-

NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Subscriptions received:— £ s. d. 1873-74—Wiremu Maihe To Hinaki, of"

Whitianga (No. 19, 1873) ... O 10 O

„ William Pohe Pohe, of Whata- whata, Waikato (No. 19,1873) O 10 O

„ Hone Tare Tikao, of Wairewa, Little River, Canterbury (No. 10, 1873) ... ... O 10 O

„ Rawiri To Ito, of "Wairewa, Little River, Canterbury (No. 19, 1873) ... ... O 10 O

„ T. A. Bowden, Esq., M.A.,

Wellington (No. 15, 1873) ... O 10 O

„ Thomas Whitehouse, Esq.,

Wellington (No. 19, 1873) ... O 10 O

„ Kapene Matthew, of Waikouaiti O 10 O J. W. Buller, Esq., of Whanga- nui (No. 15, 1873) ... ... O 10 O

„ James Stent, Esq., of Wai- totora, Whanganui (No. 15, 1873) ... ... ... ... O 10 O

„ William Handley, Esq., of Nukumaru, Waitotara, Wha- nganui (No. 15, 1873) ... O 10 O

,, Karaitiana, of Jerusalem, Wha- nganui (No. 15, 1873) ... O 10 O

£5 10 O

William Paul, of Parekarangi, Horohoro, situate between Taupo and Rotorua, writes by direction of a Native Committee, as he says, to inform us that the Natives of that district have been so much troubled of late by Europeans seeking to acquire their lands that they have appointed a Committee to transact all business in connection with leasing or selling land, and they are desirous that in any transactions which the Government may henceforth have with them of that nature, the Committee so appointed should alone be dealt with. We refer them to the officers appointed by the Government to obtain the cession of Native land to the Queen.

The letter of John F. Burslem, of To Niho-o-te-Kiore came to us open. It bad never been sealed, and it contained no stamps. His wishes shall be attended to on receipt of his

subscription.

We cannot inform Utiki Marumaru the exact price he ought to get for his wool. The price varies according to quality and cleanliness. He should advertise in the Pakeha news- papers, and no doubt ho will receive offers from the merchants