Te Karere O Nui Tireni 1842-1846: Volume 2, Number 7: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

pp.25-26 A trading post
Advocates that rather than Maori going to townships to sell products, a trading post would allow closer, less arduous access to trade, restrict the amount of influence and time spent in townships, restrict the time spent away from the settlement and work, permit the potential to govern exchange rates, restrict antagonistic relations between Maori and Pakeha, and halt access to alcohol and its associated behaviour.
Notifies that a store is located at Orotiu, with the business hours listed.
pp.26-27 Solomon's words
Notice of a complaint from the settlers of Hokianga about the cattle that roam over their gardens because of broken and inadequate fencing, and a request for compensation by monetary reimbursement or by shooting the cattle. Discusses the actions by Te Manaroa and Pāpāhia of Te Rarawa and claims that such practices promote antagonistic relations between Maori and Pakeha.
Response in agreement from the Editor.
pp.27-28 A consideration
About Ngāponu, son of Rarakare, of the tribal group Poka at Tōrerete, who was overheard discussing the attributes of paying for services rendered and the works of God and Satan.
p.28 [Notices]
From Parāone [William Brown] and Kēmara [John Logan Campbell] of Auckland requesting overseers for their cattle.
Escape from prison of the Frenchman called Haki.
Partition by Houkāmau [Iharaira Te Houkāmau] of land for housing for the Church of England at Wharekahika, with parish boundaries listed and land dedicated for this use.