This Day. Hone Pehina, who was lately reported have gone over to Te Whiti, is now New Plymouth. Hone expresses mself much grieved about the ill ports which have beep, spread; and ys his feeling and intentions towards a Government have m no way changed. me of his people always attend Te hiti's meetings, and believe m him, t not more than m times past. Hone riiina Bays, all chiefs are living near iere the native meetings are being Id are always expected to contribute food or money, and m sending corn w to Te Whiti, he is simply doing it which has always been done m c form or another. Hone does not nk Te Whiti will take any aggresive ion but he cannot say what would low if any attempt is made to replace ) surveyors on the Plains. At a New Plymouth Harbor Board >eting on Saturday, Sir John, Coode's g-expected report and plans were d, but the consideration of them was erred, owing to the Chairman ajor Atkinson) having to leave by uner for Auckland to consult the k of New Zealand regarding the c of debentures.
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NEW PLYMOUTH., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 693, 12 May 1879
NEW PLYMOUTH. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 693, 12 May 1879
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