Te Karere O Nui Tireni 1842-1846: Volume 1, Number 12: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

pp.49-50 Editorial discusses the vice of wastefulness with a biblical quote from Solomon, the vice of unclean and unkempt clothes, the association of such traits with the low-born, the types and appropriateness of clothes to wear, the storage and care of clothes, the use of bed linen, and teaching children good habits and posture by example.
pp.50-51 The Auckland Dispensary
The explanation offered for this establishment is as a place of respite for the sick and dying, and because of the distance required to travel for medical care by both Maori and Pakeha. Requests contributions for the construction and maintenance of the hospice, for patient care and for medicinal supplies. Lists the Governor as the Chairman, and Te Keneri as the Treasurer, with a committee of 22.
pp.51-52 Letters to the Editor
From Wiremu Hoete, Pūtiki
Acknowledges that this newspaper is used to broadcast the customs of the Pakeha to Maori and the mistakes made by Maori according to those customs.
The writer complains about his pig, Ngākete, being consumed by a group of Pakeha, and the consequences of the law.
The Editor advises Hoete to take the suspect(s) to the District Court Judge for trial.
p.52 [Notices]
£2 reward for the return of a musket lost at Karangahape.
£5 reward for the names of those who stole a musket and hakimana
[a gun?].
Reward for those who return the Governor's stray horses.