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Maori Deeds of Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand: Volume Two

The Schedule referred to in the foregoing Deed

The Schedule referred to in the foregoing Deed.

Boundaries. [11,550 acres.] All that portion of land being the Manawatu-Kukutauaki Block No. three and estimated to contain eleven thousand five hundred and fifty (11550) acres more or less, Bounded on the North by Manawatu-Kukutauaki No. one (1) and by the Manawatu river, and on the North East by Manawatu-Kukutauaki No. Two (2) e and on the South by the Horowhenua Block, on the South East by Native land, and on the West by Native land, as the same is shown in the plan drawn hereon.

Ihakara Tukumaru.
Hairuha Te Hiwi x his mark.
Kereopa Tukumaru.
Tareuha Te Arawai x his mark.
Renata te Roherohe x his mark.
Ropata te Ahua x his mark.
Natana Pipito.
Patihona x his mark.
Ereni Hutana x her mark.

Signed by the said Ihakara Tukumaru Kereopa Tukumaru, and Natana Pipito in their own proper handwriting and by Hairuha Te Hiwi, Tareuha te Arawai, Renata te Roherohe, Ropata te Ahua Patihona, and Ereni Hutana, by making their marks hereto the same having been previously read over and explained to them and they stating that they perfectly understood the same in the presence of us—
James Grindell, of Wellington, a Licensed Native Interpreter, and James Thomson, of Foxton; Manawatu, a Licensed Surveyor.