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TE WAKA MAORI

O NIU TIRANI.

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

VOL. 11. ] PO NEKE, TUREI, HURAE 6, 1875. [No. 13.

HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI.

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He moni kua tae -mai: —

1875. —John Davis Canning, Esq., J. P., Poranga-

hau, Nepia............. O 10 O

„ Henare Pangopango, Tangoio, Nepia... O 10 O

„ Te Hata te Kani, Moeangiangi, Nepia

(Timata i Hune 1)......... O 10 O

„ Rev. Father Reignier, Hahi Katorika, i

Nepia............... O 10 O

„ Hami te Raro, Bell Block, Taranaki,

(Timata Hurae 1)......... O 10 O

„ H. Mitchell, Esq., (Te Mitera), Tokaanu,

Taupo............... O 10 O

„ Matuahu Tuhua, Tokaanu, Taupo... O 10 O

Na Rihari Wunu, Kai-whakawa, mo

1874-75. —J. W. Buller, Esq. (Te Pura)... 010 O

„ Te Hira o Karatia......... O 10 O

1875. —Paora Poutini............ O 10 O

„ Kawana Paipai......... O 10 O

„ Hone Kerei Paipai......... O 10 O

„ Rihiona Te Tua. o Ranana...... 010 O

1875-76. —Horima Mokaikereru......... 1 O O

„ Wunu Rangiwerohia......... 1. O O

1875. —Kapene Pirihi, Te Teko, Maketu. Mo te

Whare Pukupuku a nga hoia (timata

mai i a Hanuere, 1875)...... 210 O

£11 O O

Ko ta matau kupu tenei mo te reta a John A. Jury, te Wha-

tahoro, e korero nei ia ki te korenga e panuitia taua reta i roto i

te Waka, ara ko nga kai korero i tenei nupepa me nga tangata

katoa atu o te motu e mohio katoa ana ki nga tikanga kua

korerotia i roto i taua reta, a kaore he tikanga kia whakanuia

atu ano taua korero. He mea whakahua kau taua reta i nga

tikanga e marama ana ki te katoa o te tangata, e mohiotia ana e

nga tamariki katoa; kaore he korero hou i roto, ahuareka ranei,

whakaako matauranga ranei mo te tangata, no konei kua mea

matou kia kaua e panuitia. Ki te mea ka tukua mai e te

Whatahoro etahi korero ahuareka o nga tikanga me nga ritenga

Maori ake ano ka pai matou kia panuitia i roto i a matou

wharangi.

Ko Aporo Pangari e ki mai ana kua wera te whare-kura i

Rakaupara, Hokianga, me etahi o nga taonga me nga hanga a

nga tamariki.

E ki mai ana a Karaitiana, o Karirea, Whanganui, kua hoatu

e ia kotahi pauna moni mo te Waka ki a Rihari Wunu, Kai-

whakawa.

Ko Kerehi Waiariki, o Whareponga, Tai Rawhiti, e pouri

rawa ana mo te whakarerenga a tona wahine i. a ia, me a raua

NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Subscriptions received: —

1875. —John Davis Canning, Esq., J. P., Oak-

bourne, Wallingford, Napier (from

July. 1st)............ O 10 O

„ Henare Pangopango, Tangoio, Napier O 10 O

„ Te Hata te Kani, Moeangiangi, Napier,

(From June 1st)......... O 10 O

„ Rev. Father Reignier, Catholic Mission,

Napier (from June 1st)...... O 10 O

„ Hami te Raro, Bell Block, Taranaki,

(From July 1st)......... O 10 O

,, H. Mitchell, Esq., Tokaanu, Taupo, via

Napier............... O 10 O

„ Matuahu Tuhua, Tokaanu, Taupo, via

Napier............... O 10 O

From R. "Woon, Esq., R. M., for—

1874-75. —J. W. Buller, Esq.......... 010 O

Te Hira of Karatia......... 010 O

1875. —Paora Poutini............ O 10 O

„ Kawana Paipai............ O 10 O

„ Hone Kerei Paipai......... 010 O

„ Rihiona Te Tua, o Ranana...... 010 O

1875-76. —Horima Mokaikereru...... 1 O O

„ Wunu Rangiwerohia...... 1 O O

l875. _Captain Preece, Te Teko, Maketu. For

Armed Constabulary Library (from

January, 1875)............ 2 10 O

£11 O O

We have to say in reference to the letter of John A. Jury,

to Whatahoro, of the non-insertion of which in the Waka he

complains, that the subject is one with which our readers and

the public generally are fully acquainted, and upon which

nothing more need be said. The letter is a mere recapitulation

of matters and things which are obvious to everyone, and with

which every schoolboy is conversant; it contains nothing new,

interesting, or instructive, and we have therefore decided to

reject it. If te Whatahoro will send us some interesting Maori

lore, we shall be happy to give it a place in our columns.

Aporo Pangari writes that the school-house at Rakaupara,

Hokianga, has been burned down, and a quantity of the goods

and effects of the children consumed.

Karaitiana, of Karirea, Whanganui, informs us that he has

paid £1 subscription to R. Woon, Esq., R. M., for the Waka.

Kerehi Waiariki, of Whareponga, East Coast, is in great

trouble on account of his wife having deserted him and their