Pukapuka 2, Nama 23
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Te Wananga. HE TANGATA MATE. No te 27 o Hepetema a Paora Pareko, i mate ai, i Te Atai. He taumatua he whanaunga no Henare Tomoana. DEATH. At Te Atai on the 27 of September Paora Pareko, an old chief related to Henare Tomoana.

TE WANANGA. KOTAHI PUTANGA I TE WIKI. HATAREI, 9 OKETOPA, 1875.

I NGA ra ki ano enei korero i kitea e nga Maori, kua rere mai te Piriniha o Wera, i te kainga o ana tupuna, o te whenua i kiia ona Kingi. "He Kingi nui rawa o ratou mana i ta te whakaaro e mohio ai." A ka ahu tana haere ki Inia. E ono pea marama ona e noho ai i reira. A ko nga utu mo tana haere, ara, ko nga moni e pau £150,000, (kotahi rau e rima tekau mano,) pauna. Ko nga iwi e kiia ana e ratou, e mana ana nga Ture o Ingarangi i a ratou. E rua rau e iwa tekau miriona, (29,000,000,) Ki te mea ka wehea nga tangata o te ao nei, kia wha puninga, penei kotahi o aua puni e kiia ana na Ingarangi aua tangata. A e rua rau miriona (200,000,000,) o aua tangata e noho ana i Inia. E hara tenei haere a te Piriniha o Wera i te haere noa, he tikanga to taua haere. He whaka- mana i nga tikanga Kingi. Ahakoa, haere etahi atu o nga tamariki Kingi i taua haere, he haere noa ta ratou, ko tenei haere a te Piriniha o Wera, he haere taana, no te mea koia hoki te Kingi mo Ingarangi a nga ra e mate ai a Kuini Wikitoria. He take nui te tikanga i haere ai aia ki Inia. I nga tau o mua, i kiia e nga Kingi kia nui he iwi ma ratou, a ko tenei kua mea te whakaaro kia noho nga iwi i nga whenua mamao atu i Ingarangi, a kia tupu kaha aua iwi, ka tuku ai aua iwi kia mahi ratou i nga Ture e noho pai ai, e tupu ai te ora ma ratou. A ko tenei, he iwi kotahi te Pakeha, e whakatupu ana i te ora, i te noho pai, i te atawhai ki te iwi, koia i kiia ai, no Ingarangi nga iwi i tino noho marire i te ao nei. Whaihoki, kia mau te mahi i nga tikanga i tupu nui ai aua iwi, a kia mau tonu te tohu i te tangata, ki te kai, ki te ora, ki te atawhai. A koia ra te take i haere ai te Piriniha o Wera ki Inia. He mea kia kite te Iwi o reira i aia, a kia mau ai te Ture aroha ki nga iwi o reira, hei tau- ira ma te ao katoa, hei titiro ma tena iwi, ma tena iwi, kia kore ai he kino, he mate, he kai kore. A i kiia ano i etahi wa, kia kite Te Piriniha o Wera i Inia, ka haere mai ai kia kite i nga i Iwi o enei Motu. Otiia e kore pea aia e tae mai ki konei i tenei haerenga ona, engari pea, hei a tetahi haerenga mai, ka tae mai ai ki konei. A ki te mea ka ora tonu aia, tena aia e umeretia e nga Iwi o konei ana haere mai kia kite ia tatou. A e tino pai nga Rangatira Maori ana haere mai aia kia kite pu tatou i aia. He mea enei korero i tuhi tuhia ai, kia mohio ai nga Maori ki nga tikanga o Ingarangi kia tatou, no te mea no Ingarangi hoki to tatou mana e mau nei tatou, ia tatou e noho nei i enei whenua a tatou.

ERE the following will be iu our readers hands His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, the heir apparent to an Empire greater than that of which "we know anything " will have left the shores of Great Britain to visit the possessions of the British Crown in the Indian Continent. His visit will perhaps be of about six months duration, entailing a cost to the Home and Indian Governments of some £150,000. Great Britain with her colonies and dependencies claims the allegiance of 290,000,000 souls, nearly a fourth of the population of the globe, of which vast number .200,000,000 reside in her East Indian possessions. It must be borne in mind that this visit is not of an ordinary, but of a political nature. The visit of other members of the Royal Family, save Her who graciously and wisely occupies the highest place in the realm, could not have under any circumstances an equal significance as that of the Heir apparent; but when it is remembered that the visit is of a premeditated nature, having a definite purpose to achieve, its importance cannot be over-estimated. Within the last twenty years, it had been the avowed policy of the Imperial Parliament to avoid the acquisition of fresh territory, to weaken the bonds which attached the Mother country to her colonies and dependencies, to plant as it were sturdy children in the far-off portions of the globe, protect them until they arrived to manhood and years of dis- cretion, and then allow them to run and prosper alone. A different policy however has lately been inaugurated, and the aim of the rulers of less than one fifth of the population of the earth has been to consolidate the Empire, " greater than any historical empire" of the past, to preserve its unity, maintain its dignity, and enhance its strength. With this • object in view, the Prince of Wales goes to India. A well informed paper published in London says:—"Its unity would be worth maintaining for the mere sake of the lustre and prestige which it must impart to every country and community which will belong to it, but the peace and security which it must insure them, if it be properly organized, will be a blessing of incalculable value to them all." With this object in view, it was at one time considered probable His Royal Highness would, after travelling through our Indian possessions, have ex- tended his journey to Australia and New Zealand, but this tour will probably be postponed for another year, our African territories and peoples most probably • occupying His attention on His homeward route. Should His life however be preserved, at not a remote date Australasia will welcome him to her shores, and the chiefs of this island have the honor of being pre- sented to the Heir to that Empire over the boundaries of which the sun ever shines. These remarks have been penned with the hope of our Native readers un- derstanding the line of policy the Imperial authorities have adopted, and of showing them of how mighty a confederation they form a part.

I NGA ra i korerotia ai te Pitihana a te 14 5 Maori o Hauraki, e Te Paremata i te 15 o Hepetema. Ko nga Mema ko Karaitiana Takamoana, ko Wi Katene, ko Taiaroa, me etahi Mema i korero. Koia nei a ratou kupu "Ka mea a KARAITIANA TAKAMOANA. Kia korero aia i ana korero mo nga take e rua i roto i taua Pitihana. Ko te hoko whenua. Ko te korero mo nga Mema ma nga Maori ki te Paremata. E ki ana aia, ko te hoko whenua i penei me nga Porowini. I mua ko Kawana anake nana te tikanga ki te Pareina-