Te Karere O Nui Tireni 1842-1846: Volume 1, Number 3: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

p.9 Editorial that discusses aspects of Maori behaviour that dishearten the Governor such as begging when Maori visit town, the condition of clothing as a sign of laziness, the de facto relationships between Maori girls and Pakeha-Maori men, the state of drunkenness from rum and wine that leads to disorderly behaviour.
p.10 Letters to the Editor
From Tīpene, Waingaroa [Whaingaroa]
Acknowledges Te Karaka [George Clarke Snr] as an ally to the Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Pāoa, Ngāti Whātua and Waikato people, and discusses the behaviour of people from the Kaipara area towards him.
From Kaititiro [Observer], Auckland
Argues that Maori are ignorant of the correct procedures for curing diseases and this is due to disregard for medical expertise and belief in God.
p.11 Explanation of the law in relation to theft by Maori and a reminder that everyone is subject to the English judicial system.
pp.11-12 [Notices]
Prospective land sale at Papakura of specified settlements by Wiremu Parata, Te Rori and Uruahu.
Land sold at Manukau, from Papakura to Waipapa.
Governor's endorsement of Te Karaka [George Clarke Snr] as Chief Protector of Aborigines.
Sale of Pūkaki-a-te-Waipapa by Tihi and others.
Two government sawmills at Waipapa destroyed by fire.
Names of District Court Judges for Auckland, Northland, Wellington, Wanganui, and Akaroa.
Auckland Court dates.
Governor's endorsement of Hōri Karaka [George Clarke Jnr] as Sub-Protector of Aborigines.