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Ngtiruru—Mohi Te Rongomawhata and Te Rewiti Puata.

Te Arawa—Parakaia Tararoa. Petaera, Te Ngahue, Hori Te Kotuku, I'ereuara, Ma- tene, Himiona, Te Manibera, Kainamu, Rawhantua, und '!'e Kulie.

DIED

On the 23rd of last month, at Meremere, KEBEIHI TABAPUHI, one of the old Waikato Chiefs. His friend Wiremu Te Wbeoro wriles— *' At the 12th hour of the morning, vhen near death, he arose and looked up at the clouds drifting over Waikato, and then upon the walers of the river. After gazing a long lime, he bade farewell in these words, * Farewell ye shadows of the Waikato and Taupiri! Farewell ye tribes! Hold fast to kindnessr Here bis farewell ceased and he fell asleep. * * * He was beloved by all the people of Waikato. They were never injured by birn. All he did was for good and the suppression of evil."

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CANTERBURY.

On ihe 26lh of Jane last, Hohepa, Nopera, and all the olhcr chiefs of ihe Ngatitoa iribe, wrote a leller to the Ngailuahuriri. of Can- terbury, to recoiumend them to abide by the *• clear laws of our inoiher. Queen Vic- toria, who is ihe nourisher of both ihe whites and the Maories." On receiptof ibis lelter, the natives of Canierbury met at Ka- paki to consider the contents thereof; and they all came io the resolulion to be like the INgatitoa, and "cleave lo the laws of ihe Queen by which they havi become men."

Aflerwards ibey gave a token of iheir good feeling lowards the wliites >< who are living on the land covered with darkness, lliai is Taranaki." They heard thai many of them are in distress, iheir property having been destroyed by ihe spoiler—and that their friends the white people of Camerbury were collecting money to assist ihe aged, the women, and ihe cbildren: and they llioughl Ibey would do the same. According'ly, at Kaiapo! they collected 10L 14s., at Rapaki M. Us.6d,, at Porl Levy 4L 7s,; and other villages are doing the same thing but have not yet reported the amount. But because some of ihe Europeans suspected l,hem of an intention to go to Taranald to Join those wha aro in arms. Ui?y wre, w^ and

Nga.tvrv.ru—Ko Mohi Te Rongom;i whaia, ko re Reweu Puata.

Te Arciwa—Ko Parakaia Tarare i, ko Pefcae- ra, ko Te Ngahue, ko Hori Te Kotuku, ko Perei ara, ko Matene, ko Hi'i.i •na, ko Te Makihera, ko Kainamu, ko R;i wh a ri tua, ko Te Kuhe*.

KUA MOE

A KEKEIHI TARAPUHI, he rangatira kaumatua o Waikato, no te 25 o nga ra o Hune. Ko (e pakapaka tenei a tona hoa a Wirerou Te Wbeoro, e mea ana, '*No tona tatanga ki te mate, i te tekau ma rua o nga haora o te ata,* ka (ahi ka maranga ki runga , ka tahi ka titi ro ki te ao rere mai i roto i Waikato ; ka tahi ka huri te titiro ki te wai o Waikato; ka roa te tirohanga, ka puta tana mihi—'• Hei konei ra e te alarangi i Waikato! Hei konei ra i Waikato, hei konei ra i Taupiri! Hei konei ra e nga iwi! Kia mau ki (e atawhai!' Ka mutu (ana poroporoaki, ka (ohi ka moe. * * * He tangata e manaakitia ana e nga iwi katoa o Waikato. Kahore hoki he kino mana e kitea ki runga ki nga iwi, ko te pai anake, ko te pehi i te kino."

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KATAPERE.

No le 26 o nga ra o Hune i tuhituhi atu ai nga rangatira o Ngati toa—na Hohepa Te- maihengia, na Nopera le Ngiha, ua raiou katoa hoki tetahi pukapuka ki a Ngailuuliu- riri o Katapere, e mea atu ana ki a raiou kia u tonu ki ''nga tikanga mamina o to tatou Whaea, o Kuini Wikiloria, o le kui whangai o nga Pakeha, o nga .Maori." No konei i huihui ai nga Maori o Katapere ki Rapaki kia hurihia e ratou nga whakaaro o reto o tenei pukapuka; a ka whakaae katoa raiou kia pera ano ratou me Ngaiiloa, tt kia piri ano ki nga tu re o te Kuini i whakatupu tangata ai raiou."

Muri iho ka puta to ralou tohu aroha ki nga Pakeha " o te kainga e tauria nei e te pouritanga, a Taranaki." Ka rongo hoki ratou, ka male nga Pakeha i le rawa kore, kua pau hoki nga taonga i te pahua: ki te whakaaro hoki o o ralou hoa Pakeha kia I kawea ki Katapere etahi o nga, koroheke, wahine, laiuariki,—e kohikohi ana i le moni mo tera; ka mea ano nga Maori ma ralou hoki tetahi wahi o tera kohikohinga. Na, kua kohikohi a Kaiapo! IOL 14s , a Rapaki il. 14s. 6d., a Poiariwi U. 7s. Kahore ano etahi o nga kainga i oti noa te kohikohi. No te mea hoki ka tupaloria raiou e et,ahi o nga Pslcelia, ka mea © haere pea ki Turanaki ki