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Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1889.

[No. 131, 1889. —Petition of Kahui Kararehe and Others (No. 3).]

No. 131, 1889. —Petition of Kahui Kararehe and Others (No. 3).

Petitioners pray that the Waikanae Block may be fairly apportioned to the following tribes, who, they allege, conquered it, viz.: Ngatiawa, Ngatiruanui, Whanganui, and Ngatikurukanga.

I am directed to report as follows: That, as the subject of this petition was inquired into by a Commission appointed by Parliament, whose report is before the House and being acted upon, this Committee has no recommendation to make.

26th August, 1889.

[Translation.]
No. 131, 1889. —Pukapuka-inoi a Kahui Kararehe me etahi atu (No. 3).

E Inoi ana nga kai-pitihana kia ata wehewehea a Waikanae Poraka ki nga iwi e mau ake nei o ratou ingoa (ara) kia Ngatiawa, kia Ngatiruanui, kia Whanganui, me Ngatikurukanga.

Kua whakahaua ahau kia ki penei: No te mea kua uiuia taua take e tetahi Komihana i whakaturia e te Paremete, a no te mea kua tukuna te ripoata a taua Komihana, a kua tau nga tikanga i runga i taua ripoata, heoi kahore he kupu a te Komiti.

26 o Akuhata, 1889.