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Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1882.

[No. 185 of 1882.—Petition of Wiremu Kingi and 109 Others.]

No. 185 of 1882.—Petition of Wiremu Kingi and 109 Others.

Petitioners state that they are the rightful owners of the lands called Ranginui, Rangi-a-Hinehau, and Tiraotane, in the District of Poverty Bay, the titles to which were investigated on the 2nd March, 1882, by Judges Brookfield and Puckey; and that, notwithstanding their claims, the land was adjudged to others. They pray for rehearing.

I am directed to report as follows:—

That the Committee learns that this matter is now under the consideration of the Chief Judge, and has, therefore, no recommendation to make.

17th August, 1882.

[Translation.]
No. 185 of 1882.—Pukapuka-inoi a Wiremu kingi me etahi atu 109.

E Ei ana nga kai-pitihana ko ratou nga tangata tika no ratou nga whenua e kiia nei ko Ranginui, ko Rangai-a-Hinehau, me Tiraotane i roto i te Takiwa o Papati Pei; i whakawakia i te 2 o nga ra o Maehe, 1882 e nga Kai-whakawa e Te Purukiwhira me Te Paki, na whakataua ketia ana o ratou take ki etahi atu.

Kua whakahaua ahau kia ki penei:—

Kua rongo te Komiti kei te whiriwhiria tenei mea i naianei e Te Tumuaki o nga Kai-whakawa, heoi kaore he kupu.

17 Akuhata, 1882.