| TE KARERE MAORI
"Kia whakakotahitia te Maori me te Pakeha"
VOL. II.] AUCKLAND, HANUERE 15, 1862.AKARANA, JANUARY 15, 1862. [No. 2 " LET THE PAKEHA AND THE MAORI BE UNITED."
VISIT OF GOVERNOR GREY TO BAY OF ISLANDS.
ON the 3rd of Nov., His Excellency the Governor, General Cameron and suite, and Mr. Fox, the Colonial Secretary, left Auckland in the war steamer "Pelorus," and arrived at Kororareka on the evening of the 5th. His Excellency landed imme- diately for an hour, but the party returned to the ship for the night. On the morning of Wednesday, the 6th, the Governor went ashore, when he was received by the whole popu- lation, the Natives and Europeans vying with each other to do him honour. He at once proceeded to a marquee which had been erected near the beach, and where a large body of Natives, men, women and "KIA WHAKAKOTAHITIA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORI"
HAERENGA A TE KAWANA KI PEOWHAIRANGI.
No te 3 o nga ra o Nowema, ka turia atu i Akarana a Kawana Kerei; a te Kamarona te Tino Rangitira Hoia, ratou ko ona hoa; me te Pokiha hoki, te Minita tuatahi o te Kawanatanga; a cere atu ana ratou i runga i te Tima Manuao (Pelorus) ki Peowhai- rangi; a no te ahiahi o te 5 ka u ra tou ki Kororareka. Ahakoa po, hoe tonu ana a te Kawana ki uta mo te tahi haora, hoki mai ana ano ki te kai- puke, moe ai. No te ata o te Wenerei, te 6 o nga ra, ka hoki ano a te Ka- wana ki uta, kua mine mai hoki ki reira te tini o te tangata, te Maori me te Pakeha, hei whakahonore i a ia. Tika tonu ana ia ki roto ki te Teneti nui, i whakataha i reira i ta-