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Text:"... then be blockaded. Te Hira arrived before Mr. Mackay left, but he did not come to see him, alleging as his reason that Mr. Mackay had exhumed Paura te Waitaa against their wish. TeMoananui was very much vexed..."
Date:July 22 1867
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Mar- 1 fin fwbic attack and 1 tack.j Bettv McNaffiara. i Simpson Mirth TeMoananui I fwfnr attack and foal t Mrs JojceMeCann Miss Dixie.Gpckerton yiiss, Betty'-.Stone R.' Cane: and. Leona Cup- _the..."
Date:June 26 1963
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... great town are waiting for the arrival of TeMoananui It Taniwha in order to go to Ohinemuri to attend the approaching meeting, is said that after the meeting has been " in session'1 for two or three days..."
Date:Apr 10 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... expected-that another collision between the respective contending parties of Te Hapuka and TeMoananui, took place on Wednesday last, resulting in two men being killed and four wounded. We are enabled..."
Date:Feb 6 1858
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... open in a very short time. A private letter recently published in one of the Thames papers states that all money questions in reference to Ohinemuri purchase has been arranged. TeMoananui, who has been..."
Date:Feb 20 1875
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... between Te Hapuka and TeMoananui, the principal chiefs. It appears that TeMoananui's party, hearing that Hapuka and his people were about to cut some timber in this bush for the erection of a war pah..."
Date:Dec 12 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"..., transpired of an unfavourable character. In a short time the survey operations will be completed and the land open to selection. TeMoananui, an influential Kgaterangi chief, who has for some time been..."
Date:Apr 21 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of consumption on the 25th ultimo, and on the first instant, Tarai's wife succumbed, after a long illness. The assistance of TeMoananui appears to have been expected in supplying food for the feast; and should..."
Date:Feb 13 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... rival chiefs, Te Hapuka and TeMoananui, have had another meeting, and I am informed that they have become friends again, and, furthermore, that they have decided to offer a large tract of land..."
Date:Feb 21 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:".... It is on TeMoananui's land, and he is willing to let it on easy terms if the mine is to be worked* This is a highly important discovery. We trust that steps will be taken to retain Mr. Williamson's services..."
Date:Apr 21 1866
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and on the first instant, Tarai's wife succumbed, after a long illness. The assistance of TeMoananui appears to have been expected in supplying food for the feast; and should this not be forthcoming, it is probable..."
Date:Feb 13 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... the losses to producers by these pests this season. The weather is very fine for the season. The health of the inhabitants is good. Mr. Maokay arrived the other day at Opukeke, with TeMoananui, Te Taniwha..."
Date:July 22 1867
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... to murder an old Maori named Te Pukiroa, at Parawai, Thames, for the reason that he was supposed to have caused the death of the prominent Ohinemuri chief TeMoananui, by witchcraft. Shortly after that chief..."
Date:Mar 30 1878
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... obtained from any other of the creeks worked before, and it was believed that the coarser gold wonld be found down amongst the ranges towards Coromandel. Mr. Williamson was in communication with TeMoananui..."
Date:Feb 10 1866
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"..., with TeMoananui and his people, have told the Hau-Haus that they would never consent to allow their lands to be handed over to the King, but that they meant to keep the right of the disposal of those lands..."
Date:July 11 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... known in the palmy days of the Thames, are also returning to their first love, likewise attracted by the news of the finds in the Moanataiari and Alburnia mines. TeMoananui Tanumeha, the greatest Maori..."
Date:Nov 17 1877
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... on the spot and Chili supplies three-fourths of the copper used in Great Britain. The prospectors have secured a mining lease of 40 acres and TeMoananui, the owner of the land, is a shareholder in the claim..."
Date:Feb 22 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... speakers yesterday were TeMoananui, | two months. Most of the speakers referred and acting I difference in value as compared with former quotations U but infinitesimal, Business during the past fortnight..."
Date:June 19 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... Tareha TeMoananui. From this date forward Hawke's Bay became daily better known, and every month brought new settlers into it. The Land Purchase Department at the same time extended its operations..."
Date:Aug 7 1875
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... then sang a song). Your words are good. TeMoananui, loyal chief of Ngatitamatera-We will not talk here. It is for Taraia and others to speak here. We will talk on our own land at tho friendly settlements..."
Date:June 27 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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