Know all men by this writing that we Haumia and Kira let go and sell to Philip H.
King 1836. 3 November.Waiaua No. 2. for him and for his relations for ever to dwell on, to sell, or do as they
list with, the land of our fathers and of [gap — reason: deletion] also.
Now this is the boundary [gap — reason: deletion] follows the Hikurua water
through to the water of [800 acres.] Para-aruhe, and from the outlet [gap — reason: deletion] Para-aruhe to the
sea, it then goes along the sea side to the Tarahanga, the boundary[gap — reason: deletion] what Tiki and others sold, on the 27th of October in the
year 1836. The sacred place of Opiako alone excepted: and all trees standing Opiako excepted. thereon and every thing else above or below.
This is the payment which is now received by us, four Spades, four Hoes, six
Receipt. Blankets, and one pound in Cash. Therefore we write our marks to this
conveying over and selling, on the 3rd of November in the year one thousand eight
hundred and thirty-six.
H. Tacy Kemp.
A True Transcript of Certified Copy of Original Deed and Translation.No. 275d.O.L.C.
H. Hanson Turton
11th March, 1879.