Claims of Tlrarau and Te Manihera to Poupouwhenua, Whangarei, Extingutshed.
Kua oti rawa tenei wahi ki a te Kuini Wikitoria me ona awa, roto, rerenga wai, tarutaru, raupo me nga mea katoa i runga i te whenua i raro o te whenua me nga wahi pai me nga wahi kino; koia matou ka tuhituhi i to matou ingoa i tenei rangi i te ao marama me te Honiana tetahi kai whakarite mo te Kawana o Nui Tireni hoki e whakaae ana ki nga korero o te pukapuka koia ka tuhituhi hoki i tona ingoa.
John Grant Johnson,
Manihera, mo nga tangata.
I te aroaro o—
The aforesaid Land has been absolutely surrendered to the Queen Victoria with all its rivers, Lakes, waterfalls, grasses, raupo with everything above the Land and below the Land all the good places, all the had places.
Therefore we sign our names this day likewise Mr. Johnson a Commissioner on the part of the Governor of New Zealand does give his consent to the provisions of this Deed and sign his name below.
(Sd.) John Grant Johnson, D.C.
Manihera, for the tribe.
In the presence of—
(Signed) William Bedlington.
A True Copy of Original Deed and Translation.H. Hanson Turton. Wellington, March 18th, 1875.