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Report of the Native Affairs Committee, 1883.

[No. 352.—Petition of Hipa Te Maiharoa and Others (No. 3).]

No. 352.—Petition of Hipa Te Maiharoa and Others (No. 3).

Petitioners say it is stated that they had received clothing, but they had received at Waitaki only edibles, and that the cost of these came out of rents collected on their account. They say that more money ought to have been spent upon them.

I am directed to report as follows:—

That this petition is so vague that, in the absence of evidence, the Committee cannot make any recommendation.

10th August, 1883.

[Translation.]
No. 352.—Pukapuka-inoi a Hipa Te Maiharoa me etahi atu (Nama 3).

E ki ana nga kai-pitihana e korerotia ana i riro mai he kakahu i a ratou erangi he kai anake i riro page 19mai ia ratou i Waitaki, a ko nga utu o enei mea i utua ki nga moni o nga reti i kohikohia ma ratou. E ki ana ratou he mea tika mehomea i maha mai nga moni ma ratou.

Kua whakahana ahau kia ki penei:—

I runga i te raruru o nga korero o tenei petihana me to take kore. Kahore e ahei te Komiti te whakaaro.

10 Akuhata, 1883.