Enclosure in No.2. — Return showing the proportion of Population to Reserves at Kaiapoi and Moeraki - A compendium of official documents relative to native affairs in the South Island, Volume One.

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Average nearly eleven acres to each individual. Walter Mantell, Late Commissioner. * The land at Te Kuri was, together with an additional ten acres adjoining, subsequently purchased by the Natives, and grants have been prepared in favour of the under-mentioned persons—viz., for the original section, Matiaha Tiramorehu, Rawiri Te Mamaru, Pita T...


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