[Declaration of William Joseph Young]
|2||That my interpretation of the said Deed was correct and was understood by the said Maihi Te Hinaki, and Wiremu Ngawhare Te Hinaki.|
|3||That the said Deed was executed by the said Maihi Te Hinaki and Wiremu Ngawhare To Hinaki on the day of the date thereof in my presence and in the presence of Uriah Glover of Coromandel in the Province aforesaid settler.|
|4||That the name William J. Young set and subscribed at the foot of the said Deed as that of one of the witnesses attesting the execution thereof is of my proper handwriting.|
|5||That the name Uriah Glover also set and subscribed at the foot of the said Deed as that of one of the witnesses attesting the execution thereof is of the proper handwriting of the said Uriah Glover and the said Uriah Glover is a male adult.|
|6||That I hold a certificate authorizing me to act as an Interpreter under the Native Lands Act 1865 and the Native Lands Act 1867 which certificate is in full force and effect and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand intituled the Justices of the Peace Act 1866.|
Wm. J. Young.
Made and declared at Auckland in the Province of Auckland upon the
twenty first day of April one thousand eight hundred and seventy three before
P. A. Phillips, R.M.,
One of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the Colony of New Zealand.
T. M. Haultain,
Geo. B. Davy,
Regr. of Deeds.
Daniel Pollen, Sub-Treasurer. Auckland.30th May, 73. The Deeds Register Office,
Auckland 27 November 1874. Registrar's certificate. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the lease numbered 3441d the same having been examined with the record copy thereof in volume D7 page 312.