Pukapuka 1, Nama 10
18741210

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HE PANUITANGA TENA KIA KITE KOUTOU

"TIHE MAURI-ORA." NAMA, 10. PAKOWHAI, TAITE, TIHEMA, 24, 1874. PUKAPUKA, 1, NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Subscriptions received :— £ s. d. J. Chambers, Te Mata, 1874. ... ... ... 26 Retimana te Rango, Patea, 1874. .... ... 26 Henry te Keka, " " ... ... 2 6 Paramena te Naonao" ... ... 26 Pen Tipuna, Pakipaki, 1874-75. ... ... 10 O Pirika, Pakipaki, 1874. ... .... ... ... 2 6

£1 2 6 We have received letters from Henry Terererawaho, Renold, Friday, Kawatapu, Heta te Haara, William Rau- kawa, and Pen Tani, of Ngatirangi, Ohaeawai, Waimate, Bay of Islands. To forward regular the paper to them, and also to inform them of a person to receive the Subscription, and forward the same to us. We have also received a letter from Tamahau, of Waikoukou, Wairarapa. To forward him the paper. x

EAST COAST LANDS. AUGUST 26TH 1874.

Mr. W. Kelly, in moving the Motion standing in his name, would state that several petitions had been sent to this House from the Arawa tribe, living in the Bay of Plenty. A numerous tribe, who had always acted loyally to the European population of this country, and had for a long period fought on our side, requesting that the restructions at present im- posed upon leases and sales to Europeans should be removed. They urged that the Act of confiscation had prevented them obtaining a fair price for their Land. They had sent several petitions on-the subject, containing over 700 signatures, and they had now sent some of their chiefs as delegates to Wellington to prevail upon the Members representing the Native race and any other Members with, whom they might come in contact to endeavour to induce the Govern- ment to withdraw those restrictions> when they would be in a petition, to compete with any Europeans who HE KUPU WHAKAATU KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI He moni kua riro mai :— £ s. d. To One Tiema, Te Mata, 1874. ... ... 2 6 Retimana te Rango, Patea, 1874. ... ... 26 Henry te Keka, " " ... ... 2 6 Paramena te Naonao, " " ... ... 2 6 Peni Tipuna, Pakipaki, 1874-75. ... ... 10 O Pirika, Pakipaki, 1874. ... ... ... ... 26

£1 2 6 Kua tae mai kia matou nga reta a Henare Tererera- waho, Kenata, Paraire, Kawatapu, Heta te Haara, Wiremu Raukawa, me Pene Tani, o Ngatirangi,' Ohaeawai, Waimate, Pewhairangi. Kia tukua atu he pepa kia ratou, me te wha- kaatu atu kia ratou he tangata hei putanga atu mo a ratou moni, a hei tuku mai ki konei, kia matou. Kua tae mai hoki kia matou te reta a Tamahau, o te Waikoukou, Wairarapa. Kia tukua atu he pepa ki a ia.

NGA WHENUA I TE TAI-RA-WHITI. AKUHATA 26TH, 1874. Ko te Kere, ka ki, ka whakahaerea e au te Motini e mau nei i toku ingoa, a ke inaha nga pitihana kua tukua mai ki tenei whare e tenei iwi e te Arawa, e noho nei i te Pei o Pureti, A he iwi nui taua iwi, a e piri pono tonu ana ratou ki te iwi Pakeha o tenei whenua, a ke roa te takiwa o to ratou piringa ki to tatou taha whawhai ai. E ki ana kia whaka- korea enei tikanga, i whakataua nei ki runga ki nga riihi, rae nga hoko, ki nga Pakeha e tohe ana ratou, na te Ture Rau-o-te-patu i arai i kore ai e riro mai i a ratou te utu tika mo ratou whenua. A he maha a ratou pitihana i tuku mai ai mo runga i taua mea, Nuku ake i te 700 nga ingoa i roto, a kua tukua e ratou etahi o ratou rangatira ki Poneke nei, he- korero ki nga Mema nao te taha Maori, a ki etahi atu Mema ranei e pai ai ratou. Kia kaha te tohe atu ki te Kawanatanga kia whakakorea aua tikanga, kia riro tonu ia ratou, te ahua penei me to te Pakeha,