No. 308.—Petition of John N. Pegler and 42 Others.
Petitioners are settlers in the Raglan District. They say that the only way of reaching the township is through a Native reserve, and that the Natives are willing to permit a road to be made upon receiving compensation. They pray that the needful land may be secured, and a sum of public money be applied to forming the roads.
I am directed to report as follows:—
That this petition be referred to the Government for consideration.
No. 308.—Pukapuka-inoi a Hone N. Pekara me etahi atu e 42.
Ko nga kai-pitihana he hunga e noho ana ki te takiwa o Whaingaroa. E mea ana ratou heoi te huarahi e tae ai ratou ki te Taoue ma runga i nga whenua o nga Maori, a e whakaae ana nga Maori kia hanga he rori ma runga i to ratou whenua mehemea ka utua. A e inoi ana nga kai-pitihana kia kokona taua wahi whenua ki nga moni a te tokomaha hei roei.
Kua whakahaua ahau kia ki penei:—
Ko tenei pitihana me tuku ki te Kawanatanga kio whakaorohia.