No. 331 of 1882—Petition of Mrs. E. Douglas, Korowhiti Tuataka, (No. 1).
Petitioner states that her name ought to have been in the Crown grant of Okauia Block, by order of the Court, but was not inserted, because she had refused to sell her interest.
I am directed to report as follows:—
The Committee reported, 25th June, 1880, in reference to a similar petition," That, the lands referred to having been entirely awarded to her own tribe, the grievances complained of can be settled only between the petitioner and it." On the 30th July, 1880, the Committee reported again upon Okauia Block, referring simply to its previous report. It now appears that her name is in the memorial of ownership for Okauia No. 2; and the Judge thought this was sufficient to satisfy her claim.
No. 331 of 1882.—Pupapuka-inoi a Karowhiti Tuataka (Nama 1).
E Ki ana te kai-pitihana e tika ana tona ingoa ki roto ki te Karaati mo Okauia, i runga i te ota a te Kooti, engari kaore ia i whakaurua natemea kaore ia i pai ki te hoko.
Kua whakahaua ahau kia ki penei:—
I whakatana ano e te Komiti i te 25 o Hune, 1880, mo runga i tetahi pitihana penei:—"Notemea ko nga whenua e whakahuatia ana i tino tukua ki te iwi o te kai-pitihana heoi me huri atu ia ki tona iwi tonu korero ai i tona mate." I te 30 o Hurae, 1880, ka ripoata ano te Komiti mo te Poraka o Okauia—heoi he whakahua kau i te ripoata tuatahi. E kitea ana kei roto tona ingoa i te pukapuka whakamaharatanga take mo Okauia, No. 2, a i whakaaro te Tiati i rite ona paanga i taua mea.