Rāpopoto reo Pākehā
Pukapuka 1, Nama 28

p.1 Terms of subscription and advertising [in English]
From the Editor requesting correspondence be addressed to Te Pura [James Buller].
From Tāmati Eruini Mukākā concerning a lost horse.
[Advertisements and Notices]
From Petune & Hanita (Bethune & Hunter) advising the sailing of Pama.
From H.W.Taratoa offering biblical readings for sale.
From Te Pura [Buller] offering payment for live kiwi birds.
From Te Poura mā (Wm. Bowler, Son & Co.) and Tuati, Kinirohi mā (Stuart, Kinross & Co.) wishing to buy gold.
From Te Rauparaha Te Ringa concerning a mare and foal found.
p.2 [Editorial]
Continuation from the last issue regarding laziness. Identifies Tāmihana Te Raupāraha and Mātene Te Whiwhi as possessing desirable dwellings and possessions. Describes the commodities within the fine house of Rāwiri Pūaha of Takapūwāhia, the foods that are eaten there, while describing alcohol and card playing as vices.
A reminder
Request for subscriptions to the newspaper with a list of paid subscribers.
A letter from Wiremu Hipango about his journey to England
Description of the journey from Taranaki to England by the writer and Te Teira (Minister) aboard the Winita captained by Hoani Wāta.
A waiata aroha [song of compassion] by Wī Tako
pp.3-4 Letter from the leaders of Ngā Puhi assembled at Waimate, to the Governor
Extracts from Te Karere Maori.
Address to Governor Gore-Brown summarising Pakeha settlement and law at the Bay of Islands and requesting a settlement be established inland at Waimate.
Reply from Governor Gore-Brown acknowledging the contents of the above and outlining his intentions for settlement and unity amongst Maori and Pakeha under the authority of the Queen and the law.
Letter from the leaders of Ngā Puhi assembled at Hokianga, to Governor Gore-Brown, signed by Makoare and others named, welcoming the Governor, acknowledging the law of God and Queen, and the authority of the Governor and the Queen.
Reply from Governor Gore-Brown acknowledging the contents of the above. Recalls the support proffered by this group in the past and requests that this assistance continues. Expresses a wish to meet with dissenting groups so that the good name of Ngā Puhi can be restored.
p.4 Letters to the Editor
From Kereopa Tokoahu, Rangitīkei
Discusses the sale of wasteland at Rangitīkei and Whanganui, and cites Acts 1:20 as justification.
From Utiki Te Angi, Turakina
Supports living peaceably as expressed in letters to the newspaper.
Market prices
Current market prices for foodstuffs and produce.