Rāpopoto reo Pākehā
Pukapuka 1, Nama 5

p.18 [Editorial]
Concerns the price of the paper, to be set at five pence, and the reasons it was not disclosed in the first edition because the committee were busy sowing crops and repairing roads. States that when the committee reconvenes they will arrange for the suggested price to be voted upon by each of the tribal groups in the central North Island who are receiving the paper and they will allow three months for this.
p.19 [Editorial]
Continues the price discussion above, describing reasons for the way the committee decided to set the price, that is by tribal consensus.
States that the second vote will be to elect a committee and a chairperson and to decide if there should be a yearly or monthly subscription price.
Also advises that letters to the Editor should be addressed to Henry Tōmoana of Pākōwhai, Napier. [English translation included.]
p.20 [News item]
From Hoani Nahe, Shortland Town [Thames]
A report of a meeting held at Shortland Town, 10 September 1874.
States the purpose of the meeting was to arrange a working plan for Te Wananga. Outlines the methods adopted by those at the meeting who included Hirawa Te Moananui and eight others [named].
[English translation included.]
p.21 [Notice]
From Tāreha Te Moananui, Pākōwhai
Discusses meeting concerning the forming of a committee for Te Wananga. Reports that several people were elected to the committee including Henry Brown to assist Hēnare Tōmoana, Mohi Mangakāhia and Mita Hikairo as committee members, and that Tōmoana suggested that £200 be laid down in the meeting house as working funds for Te Wananga.
[English translation included.]
Letter to the Editor
From Ēnoka, Waiapu
A welcome to Te Wananga in the form of a birth notice.
[English translation included.]