Te Karere O Nui Tireni 1842-1846: Volume 1, Number 11: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

p.42 Editorial discussing the principle of working hard for six days a week, and the benefits that will be reaped. Illustrated by a comparison to the Pakeha lifestyle. Extracted from another newspaper.
Explanation of the procedure for judicial sentencing, penalties imposed and release. Example of Te Poho.
p.43 The death of the Governor
Summary of the funeral proceedings and eulogy to the Governor for work on Maori and Pakeha relations and the ideas of British governance.
pp.43-44 Letters to the Editor
From Te Hōterene [Shortland], Auckland
Discusses the theft by Maori of Tapa's wooden fences at Waihou as payment for food supplies. Criticises the way Maori and Pakeha treat each other.
From Te Kairongo [Observer]
Criticism of the complaints from Maori that bread was not given to them on their arrival at the Governor's funeral. Comparison made to the protocol at the funeral of Haimona [Capt. William Cornwallis Symonds].
Response in agreement from the Editor.
p.44 Details of the proceedings of the court case for theft of the hat of Penehamini by Heneri Matini.
Notice of the Governor's policy for notification of Crown procedures.