Rāpopoto reo Pākehā
Pukapuka 3, Nama 32

p.337 [Notices]
Lists dates and times of sunrise and sunset.
Lists market prices for stock and commodities from Wellington, Taranaki, Auckland and Christchurch.
pp.337-339 The Native Department again
Concerns dealings between the `Land Ring' and Maori, and details the negotiation over the Kakīrāoa and Awa-a-te-atua blocks in Hawke's Bay.
[English translation included.]
pp.339-341 [Editorial]
Parliamentary news
Concerns the `happy despatch' of the Vogel Government and, in particular, the demise of the Native Minister, Sir Donald McLean.
[English translation included.]
p.341 [News items]
British Trade Journal.
Describes the quantity and type of goods manufactured weekly in Birmingham, England.
From the New Zealand Herald, praising the work of Sir Donald McLean and extolling his virtues.
[English translation included.]
pp.341-344 House of Representatives
Kōrako Karetai
Concerns compensation for Kōrako Karetai over the taking of rock from his land by the Government.
East Coast Maoris' sheep
Concerns the payment of compensation for Maori sheep that were destroyed in an effort to eradicate scab.
Napier Resident Magistrate
Concerns documents yet to be tabled by the Native Minister.
Maori petitions
Concerns a tribunal to be appointed to hear objections to Native Land Court decisions, which were the subject of up to 20 Maori petitions currently before the House.
Contains further debate on this subject from Sir Donald McLean, Mr Macandrew and Mr Ormond.
[English translation included.]
p.344 [Notices]
From N.Hariwuru. Advising that animals held at the pound will be sold if not collected within two weeks.
From Wiremu Arama, informing Ropama Hoani that his horse will be sold if not collected within two weeks.
From Otima Hūtana. Trespass notice.
[English only.]
From Te Wananga. Advising subscriptions.
Notice concerning publishing details for Te Wananga.