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Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1895

[No. 233.—Petition of Huingapaura Rangihuatau.]

No. 233.—Petition of Huingapaura Rangihuatau.

Petitioner alleges that she was wrongfully excluded from the list of owners of the Waihi Block, and prays for relief.

I have the honour to report that as it appears the petitioner was left out of the block, in which she claims to have an interest, through no fault of her own, and as she is now without land sufficient for her support, the Committee recommend that the Government should make full inquiry into her case and grant some relief.

21st August, 1895.

[Translation.]
No. 233.—Pitihana a Huingapaura Rangihuatau.

E Ki ana te kai-pitihana i pana hetia ia i te rarangi ingoa o nga tangata i whakataua ki a ratou a Waihi Poraka, a e inoi ana kia whakaorangia tona mate.

E whai honore ana ahau ki te ripoata, i te mea e kitea ana kaore i uru te ingoa o te kai-pitihana ki te poraka, e ki nei ia e whai take ana ia ki reira, a ehara i a ia te he i mahue ai tona ingoa, a i te mea hoki kaore e rahi ana ona whenua hei oranga mona, ki te whakaaro a te Komiti me tino uiui e te Kawanatanga tenei putake a me hoatu tetahi ora.

21 o Akuhata, 1895.