Ohuka No. 2,906 Block, Hauraki District.
made the twelfth day of September one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-four 1874. 12 September.Hauraki District.
between Piniha Pumoko, Hoani Toaranawhea and Hohepa Toa all of the
District of Hauraki in the Province of Auckland in the Colony of New Zealand
aboriginal Ohuka No. 2906.
natives (hereinafter called the vendors) of the one part and Her Majesty
Queen Victoria of the other part, witnesseth, that in consideration of the sum
of Two hundred and ninety-seven pounds paid by Her Majesty Queen Victoria to the
said vendors (the Receipt for £297.
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) They the said vendors do hereby
convey and assure unto Her Majesty Queen Victoria, All that piece or parcel of
land in the Province of Auckland in the Colony of New Zealand containing by
admeasurement one thousand eight hundred acres more or less and called or known
by the name of Ohuka No. 2906 situated in the District of Hauraki in —— County,
Bounded on or towards the North Boundaries.
by the Apakura River, by lines two hundred and eighty three links and
one thousand [1,800 acres.]
links, thence by the Oneura Creek, and again by lines one hundred links,
two hundred and forty three links, four hundred and twenty six links, four
hundred and sixty five links, four hundred and forty links, five hundred and
eighty one links and one hundred and eighteen links on or towards the East by
the Tairua River on or towards the South page 526
by the Ohuka Creek, by lines one hundred and fifty
six links, eight hundred and twenty five links, six hundred and sixty two links,
eighty one links and seventy two links and by the Kohirahi Creek and on or
towards the West by the Apakura River, as the same is more particularly
delineated on the plan drawn in the margin hereof edged red, with all the rights
and appurtenances thereto belonging, To hold the same unto Her Majesty Queen
Victoria her successors and assigns for ever. In witness whereof the said
parties have hereunto subscribed their names.
Signed by the said Piniha Pumuko, Hoani Toaranawhea and Hohepa Toa in
the presence of us—
J. W. R. Guilding, Licensed
Gerald O'Halloran, Land Agent, Shortland.