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Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1888.

[No. 261.—Petition of Toha Rahurahu and Others.]

No. 261.—Petition of Toha Rahurahu and Others.

Petitioners, who claim to be the owners of the Mohaka and Waikare Blocks, pray that an Act may be passed to enable the Native Land Court to adjudicate upon those blocks with a view of including those were left out, and striking out those whose names were admitted wrongfully.

I am directed to report as follows: That the petition be postponed until next session. [For evidence, vide I.-3c.]

24th August, 1888

[Translation.]
No. 261.—Pukapuka-inoi a Toha Rahurahu me etahi atu.

Ko te kai-pitihana e ki nei e whai take ana ki te Mohaka me nga Waikare Poraka e inoi ana, kia paahitia tetahi Ture kia ahei ai Te Kooti Whenua Maori te whakawa i aua poraka kia uru atu ai nga tangata i mahue ki waho, me te patu atu i nga ingoa o era i whakaurua hetia.

Kua whakahaua ahau kia ki penei: Me nuku te korerotanga o tenei pitihana mo a tenei Paramete e haere ake nei.

24 o Akuhata, 1888