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

VOL. 1. ] NEPIA, HATAREI, AKUHATA 23, 1879. [No 38.

HE KUPU WHAKAHOKI KI NGA HOA TUHI MAI.

He ki atu tenei ki nga Maori o Whareponga, o Otuauri, o

Oruru, o Popoti, o Makarika, o etahi atu kainga hoki o reira,

me homai e ratou a ratou moni mo te Waka Maori ki a

Tuta Nihoniho, mana e tuku mai ki a matou. Kua kore a

Teone Hatingi e mahi i taua mahi inaianei

Ko Hata te Kani kua rite hei tangata tango moni mo te

" Waka, " i nga Maori o Petane, o Tangoio, a Aropaoanui, o

Moeangiangi,

Ko Teone Tatarana o Mohaka, kua waiho hei tangata tango

moni mo te WAKA MAORI.

________Te Waka Maori. _________

NEPIA, HATAREI, AKUHATA 23, 1879.

HEOI, ka waiho te rakau a te hunga Whakawai hei

patu mo ratou ake ano. Na, ko ta matou ano tena

i mahara ai o mua iho; he tika ano hoki kia pera.

Kua ata kimi nga Maori o Nepia i te tikanga, a kua

oti ta ratou whakaaro kia pooti ratou ki aua tangata

nei ano i kiia ra e te Hihana, e te Riihi ma, he muru

whenua, he tangata whakawai i nga Maori, he aha

noa atu. Kua rongo hoki matou e kiia ana ka pooti

nga Maori o Turanga ki a Kapene Moreti, he tanga-

ta hoki ia e mauaharatia nuitia ana e te whanoke

nanakia nei, a Kerei. He tohu tenei mahi a nga

Maori mo te pono kore o nga korero hanihani, kino

rawa, a nga Pakeha rupahu, ngakau whakawai, i

korero ai ki te motu katoa, ki roto ki te Paremete

hoki, kia puta ai he rongo kino mo enei mema ka

NOTICES AND ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

The Natives of Whareponga, Otuauri, Oruru, Popoti, Ma-

karika, and other settlements adjacent thereto, are informed

that Tuta Nihoniho will receive their subscriptions to the

Waka and forward them to us. Mr. John Harding is not now

acting for us.

Hata te Kani will receive subscriptions for the Waka from

the Natives of Petane, Tangoio, Aropaoanui, and Moeangiangi.

John Sutherland, Esq, of Mohaka, is authorised to receive

subscriptions on account of the WAKA MAORI.

Te Waka Maori.

NAPIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1879.

So, the Repudiation party are about to be " hoist on

their own petard. " Well, it is only what we expec-

ted, and what they richly deserve. The Napier

Natives, after careful consideration, have determined

to vote for the very men who have been branded by

Messrs Sheehan, Rees, and Co., as land-robbers,

deceivers of the Natives, and so forth. We hear

also that the Gisborne Natives have decided to vote

for Captain Morris, a gentleman for whom the auto-

crat Grey entertains feelings of extreme hatred.

The action which the Natives are now taking is a

plain proof of the untruthfulness of the slanderous

charges maliciously circulated throughout the coun-

try by demagogues and political schemers, and un-

blushingly asserted in Parliament, for the purpose of