Letter to [Sir] George Grey, written at the Te Hiki Council House, Waitaki

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Ask if Taiaroa is still working for the island and if so to write to them, so he can be stopped, adding that if he is working for the tribe that is all right. Say the reason for their request to the Government is that they have had no word from Taiaroa so they can know if he is doing the right thing or not. Remark that the authority of the island does not lie with Taiaroa but rather with Hipa Maiharoa. Inform him that the tribal groups of Te Waipounamu will send his son, Haimona Taheraki, to ...


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