|Alternative title(s)||Ko Kahiti Tuturu mo Aotearoa, me te Waipounamu; Ko te paunui o Aotearoa|
Katoa ngā kai o roto i tēnei niupepa he pānui mō ngā whakawā o Te Kōti Whenua Māori, ā, he mea tohatoha noa i roto i ngā takiwā e piri ana ki te Kīngi Māori. He rite tonu te takoto o ngā pānui ki ērā i kitea i roto i Te Kahiti o Niu Tireni, nā te Kāwanatanga o Aotearoa i whakaputa mai i te tau 1865 ki 1931.
Ko ētahi o ngā kai o roto:
Ko tētahi wāhi o roto Ko te Paunui [panui] o Aotearoa (20 Nōema 1894), koia pea te putanga tuatahi, te putanga tō mua ake rānei o te tuatahi o tēnei taitara.
Mō ētahi atu mōhiotanga mō te niupepa tirohia P Parkinson rāua ko P Griffith, Books in Maori (Auckland: Reed, 2004), S36, wh. 804–805.
E hiahia ana te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa ki te mihi ki a Gail Dallimore mōna i tuku kōrero mai i whakamahia i roto i ngā tuhinga roa mō ngā niupepa Māori.
The paper consists entirely of advertisements for Maori Land Court hearings, and was probably freely distributed within the Maori King districts. The advertisements are in the same format as those found in Ko Te Kahiti o Niu Tireni produced by the New Zealand Government from 1865 to 1931.
It includes Ko te Paunui [panui] o Aotearoa (20 November 1894), which may be either the first issue or predecessor of this title.
For further information about the newspaper, see P Parkinson and P Griffith, Books in Maori (Auckland: Reed, 2004), S36, pp. 804–805.
The National Library would like to thank Gail Dallimore for providing information used in essays about Maori newspapers.
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