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MAORI MESSENGER VOL. II.] AUCKLAND, AUGUST 20, 1862.—AKARANA, AKUHATA 20, 1862. [No. 11, "Good books are like true friends they will never fail us ; never cease to instruct never cloy." THE first Runanga of the Mangonui District, under the superintendence of Mr. White, has just terminated, and all parties, both Maori and Eu-ropean, seem to have been greatly pleased with the result. We are glad to place on record Mr. Clarke's opinion of Mr. White, that "he is in every respect well qualified to conduct" the affairs of "the European and Native popula-tion of the District;" and equally-pleased are we to record Mr, White's opinion, that the Rarawa people are " more quiet and orderly, and more amenable to law, than any of the other tribes of New Zealand," There are in the Mangonui Dis-trict seven Chiefs of the Runanga, two Wardens, and fourteen kareres