Important Judgments: Delivered in the Compensation Court and Native Land Court. 1866–1879.
January.—Governor Hobson takes up his abode in Auckland. Final settlement of the gift of a piece of land called Pukapuka to Te Kati and Te Wherowhero. Te Kati and his Ngapuhi wife, Matire Toha, take up their abode there. Kahukoti and the Thames tribes visit the Governor, calling on their way to visit Apihai and his people at Okahu. Apihai at Auckland. Scotch settlers arrive in Manukau.