Rāpopoto reo Pākehā
Pukapuka 1, Nama 36

p.1 Terms of subscription and advertising [in English]
From Te Pura [Buller] offering payment for live kiwi birds.
From Tāmati Huka (Thos Hooker) giving prices for milling flour at Pāpāwai.
From Te Rauparaha Te Ringa concerning a mare and foal found.
From [Pōneke Prison Warden] offering £100 reward for the capture of Hoani Wuru.
From William Fitzherbert, description of Hoani Wuru.
From Arana (A.S. Allan), regarding the arrival at Wharekauri of the steamer Reri Kerei.
p.2 [Editorial]
Notice of the appointment of trustee members to the reserved lands committees for Auckland, Taranaki, Pōneke and Kaiapoi, with list of those appointed.
[Marriage notice]
Piriki and Hēni of Wainui.
pp.2-4 Letters to the Editor
From Rīwai Rākeiora, Pitoone [Petone]
Addressed to Te Hoa Aroha of Ngāmotu regarding the appropriateness of seeking revenge as in the deaths of Katatore and Rāwiri [Vol. 1, No. 23]. Accounts for Katatore's attitude with the statement that when Katatore heard that Rāwiri and Pāora planned to have the land surveyed he gave them a gun and powder and told them to shoot him.
Questions what Te Hoa Aroha's reaction would be if someone attempted to steal his property.
From Tāmati Wiremu Ūpō Haepaia, Taranaki
Announcement that the writer wishes to educate his people about the law and government.
Account of a metaphorical speech by Iharaia Tuaparo at a meeting at Haurapari requesting his people to live peaceably and obey the law. Notes speeches of similar views by named individuals.
Lists advocates of the Government in the Taranaki region.
From Mātenga
Addressed to Tīpene, notice of the death of Kuini Rangikahiwa.
From Matiaha
Addressed to Wī Tako from the messenger of Heretaunga, requesting a search of the Ngāūranga papers for the names of the writers.
From Pāteriki Te Rangitaukeke, Aratoetoe
Announcing support for the Gospel.
From Poitere Te Riu, Te Iwitekai
Account of how a horse named Tametiki was to be bartered for land.
pp.3-4 The Cape of Good Hope
Continued from Vol. 1, No. 34:3, an article from Te Karere Maori o Akarana, by Piri Kawau, a Maori translator for Governor George Grey, describing the region to which Governor Grey moved after leaving New Zealand.
p.4 News from overseas
From Te Whetu o Te Tau:
A steamer, 692 feet by 83 feet, has set sail.
The murder in Rome of Ponupata.
The exile of the King of India.
£20,000 taken by fraud.
The war between China and England continues.
30,000 people die in revolt of Nepal.
The population of India is 60,000,000.
Letter to the Editor
From Hape Te Horohau
Expressing boredom with the opinions expressed in the newspaper.
Reward of £3 from Wiremu Tāmati (William Thomas) for the return of his horse.
Notice from Hōri Herewini, Heretaunga, concerning a missing horse.
Market prices
Current market prices for foodstuffs and produce.