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11    <Metadata name="pj.Title">Royal Visit to Turangawaewae Marae</Metadata>
12    <Metadata name="pj.Year">1953 - 1954</Metadata>
13    <Metadata name="pj.Location">ADMINISTRATION</Metadata>
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296Abbreviations New Zealand Herald NZH The Auckland Star AS 4aikato Times 4T New Zealand Freelance FL New Zealand Observor uB evening Post (cellington) tl' Sydney Lorning Herald SI: The Sun Herald SH f aanganui Herald New Zealand Truth Taranaki Daily News ,:eckly News Standard STD Che Sun Herald SH Sheet No. 1. N211 11/11/1953 Turangawaewae Visit - uestion by kr Walter Nash in Parliament - hgaruawahia Pa rebuked by Ia. Corbett, Sinister of t,aori Affairs in his reply. 2. TON 12/11/1953 rx Corbett and kalter Nash un hoyal Visit - discussion in Parliament Ls to cost etc. and proposed visit to 2urangawaewae v. OB 15/11/1953 King Koroki described as &quot;The Little King and &quot;Sublime Potentate&quot; and proposal for Royal Visit to furangawaewae as &quot;Preposterous stipulation&quot; etc 4. N211 1/12/1953 Rotorua arrangements - Hakes chants etc. 5. AS 4/12/1953 Correspondent expresses regret for ueen not visiting Ngaruawahia 6. AS 8 /12/1953 Deputation of ',Lister!. elders call on Sr Corbett. 7 EMI 8/12/1953 'If King Koroki refuses his invitation to meet queen at aitangi he may deliver a severe bloc to the movement of which he is the nominal head.&quot; etc. 8. AS 10/12/1953 Reply by hr Rogers, ohairmanthe TokePau district calun,.11 of Tribal ,xecutives to comment esto &quot;severeA)1owete.&quot; 0. AS 10/12/1953 Prime Sinister declines invitation for ueen to visit Turangawaewae. 10. OH 10/12/1953 queen will not pay visit to kaori King. 11. ST 10/12/1953 No Royal Detour for Ngaruawahia Pa Function. 12. NZH 10/12/1953 Hotorus Reception purely Faori reception and request by Rotorua Borough Council public accomodation rejected. 13 2? 11/12/1953 Leader on decision that Royal Tour cannot be altered to permit of Turangawaewae visit. 14. P;P: 11/12/1953 Se Tuwhakaririka Barton interviewed and kr Pei to Hurinui Jones, brief comment concerning Prime Sinister's refusal to vary programme of Royal Tour for stop at 2urangawaewae. 15. OT 11/12/1953 &quot;Citizen&quot; writes and asks &quot;&quot;hat all fuses is about.&quot;
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327Sheet No. 11/12/1953 ii 16. 2211I 11/12/1953 Korokiis Nequest Declined. No stop by 17. EP the :.ueen. Feature Article by Eric aamsden, &quot;Impasse in the aikato. Why King Koroki refuses to attend Royal 4elcome.&quot; 18. EP 14/12/1953 Letters to the i;ditor concerning brief visit by (een to furangawaewae. ( Four letters - &quot;Visit to Marae&quot;, &quot;Pakehv Pro- test&quot;, Race nelationns&quot;, and &quot;Eyes Shut.&quot;) 19. WT 16/12/1953 pacific islanders visit King Koroki at Turangawaewae, and are entertained with items for royal Visit. 20. EP 17/12/1953 Appeal to King Koroki to ask mueen for measure of Maori self-government advo- catedby an Arawa chieftain, Mr Hirone ol- kiriwhi. 41. AS 18/12/19b3 King Koroki will not be presented to the ',ueen during (loyal Tour. 22. VIT 18/12/1953 King Koroki not to be present at notorua reception to een. 23. 8T 22/12,1953 mueen expected to make brief stop at (2urangawaewae) Pa. 24. P 23/12/1953 The i(otorua reception to be a &quot;Pakeha Show&quot; according to a Putiki reader of Truth. Accounts of Fijian hospitality. 25. EP 26/12/1953 &quot;Te Fire&quot;, the fighting mere of Hongi Nike to be handed to Prime Minister as &quot;Guardian of the (Opeen&quot;. 26. EP 26/12/1953 Gathering at aitangi. King Koroki nay be presented to the wueen. 27. AS 26/12/1953 Arrangements at aitangi. Great pains being taken to have everything smart for one of the highest chiefs in all Maori- land - King Koroki. 48. AS 28/14/1953 Caitangi official guests - no mention of King Koroki 49. AS 28/12/1953 Secret mere 'Te Fira&quot; to protect Her Majesty. 29/12/1953 Maori chief ( Kawiti) refuses to lay mat. Su. AS 29/12/1953 aitangi presentations - No mention of King Koroki. N2H 29/12/1953 Ariki ( Hone Heke Rankin) pleads for call on King Koroki. No Decision yet on marae call Another family difference. Kodcl of ancestral canoe. 32 N211 29/12/1953 Sixteen Maori leaders presented. King Koroki included.
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358Sheet No. 33. NZH 29/12/1953 Editorial. 'History is fulfilled at ,4. NZH 29/12/1953 'aaitangi.&quot; A photo of &quot;The Royal Challenger at eaitangi&quot;- Henare foka. 35. NZH 29/12/1953 Historic Scenes at aitangi. Traditional iielcome by 4000 Maoris. o6. AS 29/12/1953 At itangi. ,iel was &quot;Off the cuff&quot; and from the heart. Hone Hake speech and ,.,peen's reply. 37. AS 29/12/1953 ,ueen didn't get proposed gift by North- ern Maoris. (Gift referred to was a model canoe presented by aikato Tribes per Te Puce Eerangi - to mark the Sex- tennery Celebrations of the Arrival of of the Ancestral Canoes of the Great Migration of 1350. 68 AS 29/12/1953 Fierce hakas (at ;iaitangi) fascinated her Majesty. 39 AS 49/12/1953 Editorial : vlaitangi was a Splendid and Historic Occasion. 40 AS 29/12/1953 ,ueen expected at Turangawaewae. 41 SMH 29/12/1953 An account of boyal Visit to ahanga ei with a photo of None Hake ,iankin who Is described as King Koroki, part-mount thief of the liaikato tribes. 42 Sill 30/12/1953 Part of account of queen and Duke's visit to elton Lodge whilst enroute to Hamil- toart of the account of the trip from Auckland and the call at -Ouranga- waewae not in cutting, but there is a photo of Hone beke nkin , again des- cribed as King Koroki (:radio Picture) 43 AS 30/12/1953 Programme for royal Visit to 1irangawae- wa1d-time ori invocation chanted to placate the ancient gods so as to en- sure a safe and lmppy journey through Aotearoa. (The Invocation was chanted by Pei fe Hurinui Jones) 44 AS 60/12/1953 Text of Invocation mentioned above in Kaori with ,:nglish translation by Pei Te Hurinui Jones. 45 AS 30/12/1953 'Editorial : The Second iaitangi and its Plain Lesson. 46 SMH 31/12/1953 cen Visits Maori King Koroki. C,ainttesy call not in Itinerary. Visit described as &quot;Climax to Perseverance.&quot; q7 AS 61/12/1953 Visit to Turanga,aewae. she happy Tai- nui Royal Couple won their hearts. The fainul People were happy because of a Royal Gesture : ;he ,eun and Duke had stayed for 14 minutes, instead of the scheduled three minutes. 48 AS 61/I/19t6 Bernard ,icksteed on Royal Visit to 2urangawaewae. &quot;King Koroki in a neat blue suit and a kiwi cloak. In the short space of 10 minutes there ended ,feud that has lasted a hundred years.
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389iv Sheet No. 49.(a) DIP ,1/12/1953 Happy Call made on Maori King. The ueen alights on the marae. NZH 31/12/1953 Great helcome from waikato. Photo of queen escorted by Princess riki, walking towards Mahinarangi house on arrival at Turangawaewae. 50. NZH o1/12/1953 editorial on London papers' criticisms of Maori welcome at waitangi entitled : &quot;London View of Maori.&quot; 61. A2 31/12/1953 Photo of the ,ueen and the Duke on the marae at Turangawaewae Immediately behind the goal couplets King Koroki leaving Mahinarangi house. 58. SME 1/1/1954 Photo of queen leaving kahi,larangi house. Reading from left to right King Koroki, Princess Piki (and behind her Michael gotohiko Jones), the ,ueen, and the Duke. 53. AS 2/1/1954 Minister ( ta, Corbett) not at kruranawaewae) Pa Stated that he was attending the reception at ArLwa park, ilotorua, as 1.,inister of Maori Affairs, 54 AS 2/1/1954 because it was the national Maori wel- come. It was never provided that he should be at (0aruawahia, the visit there being a late change of programme, and he was not invited. Visit to Purangawaewae ,notes from London papers. 55 WT 2/1/1954 ',.ueen heeled hurt of Unhappy Past for Maori Peoplei. 56 2/1/1954 peen Visit Delighted 'Waikato Tribes. 57 WT 2/1/1954 London Times quoted at length on wai- tangii and drangawaewae visits, also quotes from other British papers. 58 AS 2/1/1954 Untrue story of Prime Minister holland hat hewn pelted with tomatoes at Hlintlyi deport reached Australia. 59 SH W1/1954 Mena of the hearts. A Feature article. 60 AS 5/1/1954 &quot;No Reflections on 1,aoris, honour&quot; ,ugs from ndon Times and Bernard Wiekateed.: 61. wT 5/1/1954 Wearing of korowai and other observa- tions on loyal progress and welcomes enroute to gotorua from ;iaori school children and Maori womet various places. 62. STD 6/1/1954 An unfounded story of a so-called humourous hake of the 4,antapoto regarding visit of ueen to 'Prange- waewae 63. UB 6/1/1954 Another account regarding prime Minis- ter holland and huntly tome toe ,elting 64, 4N 6/1/1954 An Account of the (loyal journey from Auckland to hamilton, including the stop at Turangalhaewae.
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420Sheet No. 65(g),Y 6/1/1954 Letter to ,;ditor by ,:.aitiri. &quot;Grakirt ilelcome&quot; 65(,) T 6/1/1954 1,aori w'elcome : Letter to the 'itor by &quot;Maori Loyalist&quot; (san;anui) regarding claims made by aitiri that &quot;There will be a lot of stupid uneducated haoris who will willingly go half-. naked to meet the ,ueen.&quot; 66 T 6/1/1914 Letters to the oditor by (a) &quot;Old New Zealand- er&quot; (atipuku) thy the fuss regarding the prime hinister holland accompanying the ,peen. and &quot;hope So&quot; concerning question of colour bar and behaviour of young Wioris under influence of liquor. 67(a) T 6/1/1954 Feature article by Sheehan entitled, 65(1) Visit may heal old Jealousies&quot; 67(c) C'ontains statement &quot;once the ,ueen has passed on , a good deal more will be heard of Korokils suggestion that the ,totorua reception arrangements should be revised to make a place for him. She Arawa, , s the host tribe, didn't like it,&quot; ( Actually King Xeroki did not make any such suggestion.) 68 'AS 6/1/1954 Viaikato Maoris Reply to Statements in newspaper Article. (The article in question was in the Rotorua paper.) 69 e7/1/1954 Saikato Tribes Treasure the ,ueen's Visit. Statement by rel. Ts }iurinui Jones on return from Aotorua. 70 SMH 49/1/1954 Maoris wrangle over Visit. Also gives an account that &quot;Maori King Meets the ,ueen.&quot;
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467ROYAL TOUR. 1. (hlrangaweewae and alter Nash's westinn) (.Herald 11/11/1953
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517ROYAL TOUR (Rotorua Maori Reception) TARANAKI DAILY NEWS 12/11/1953 411/144A1.&quot; About E20,000 For 4,46,0, Maori Reception 43-7,fr3 To Queen And Duke Press Assn. Wellington, Last Night. It was difficult to separate the ependiture on the Royal tour, but between 0000 and 5,000 would be the amount of special expenditure for the Maori reception to the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when they visited Rotorua during their tour of New Zealand, said the Minister of Maori Affairs, Ms E. B. Corbett, in the House of Re, presentative. 'The imster cats rcD1Yit[ fn tie Leader of the Opposition. Mr. W. Nash. (who,during discussion of an item on the T-.estimates. asked how much ry was he g Vent elian ith the Maori Il raceand the Royal tour. Hr sold there w., something positively due to the Maori people and thy should have (epeeist consideration. 114 Cn'niettttehre)fer'rringgV'ea depart- mental circular sent to the Maoris invited tirIto attend t. Rotorua reception, wild the h un hasattention to it last Friday. and :m Waitangi Ceremony member for Southern Maori had drawn mediately he saw that second-clan travel my. Corbettsy, thy Maori atslw:;tiliercrtked sere It hadnever Mho in h. mind that the Maori st and. lenders should have been given second- to Waitangyd been caught class fares, It was an error that should , , transport ofmy, people 'never have been made, he said. The expense of the Rotorua reception tthh,rc'tyutuith', Nru &quot;&quot; Corbett. 1 iet never There eq would nwu ,'ihts dincen.'14b een-g' a s c'e rt'ts&quot;ki'nre'd';:tintIt'17 s ub'zu'h.; ,though parties were not readily available from done to nwke the one Mg rrprexna ;Maori reception great sweets. that ma and they would have to come from Auckland. The Queen would be at 1 Mr. Nashwould Question for only half an hour. , what was being done at Rotorua, but ye?,indeedthy, thy wyi. was anything beingdone so far as luteMaorilraplehave taken, thy iNgaruawahia and Turangawaewahe attitude they have. and I have been ask- home of }Cit. Horoki ed to intervene;' continued Mr. Corbett. stop anY pacsiblc feeling of iniustieer or, personally, am not prepared to do Had the mtcr met to any degree any thy,. 1 icy, thy, why, thy Queen visits the rel,.&quot;.ss madeaboutthe our soil n. should lay down condi- Waitangi ceremony? J tipher mpons bility res. on the in- cilvidual,and :t would be unbecoming of me as a minister of the Crown to plead that they display their loyalty. Thal loyalty should Saiwtiniewn, It la asking far too mu. of me to intervene ID matter which should left to the con science of the people concerned. That'. the way I feel, and I am entitled to my fec/ings as other people ac.&quot; Mr. Nash saki it w. not a case of ask-big the Waikato people. but a ease of the people asking for mmething themselves. He could reasonably ask on behalf of a smell group of Maori perk,: in hie electorate that thy route be altered by too yards or so inrder that they might see the Queen pass and those would be ;nothing Wring in that,Mewaz not talk- tag about laying decals, ;audition-. but there aught be a dieersion possible which would give a tremendous thrill and pleasure to the Maori people. The minister meld he we consider normal request for an al L the Royal tow oszarnme, aid not [antarr. to any cond. request being 2.
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5623. nOYAL POUR. (Puiangawaewae) Obsorvor 16/11/1953 y THE LITTLE KING &quot; 12 ifrri for BEtCheAUQSsF7uinr-M h -'Kvo'roks' at &quot;. garnfi- wahla. that renowned royal personage will not participate the sce/conse to her at Rotorua. Unlike any other section of the New Zealand public. -KingKoroki and his subjects advanced a condition before they would welcome Her Majesty. The condition was that she must first visit the sublime potentate on his masse.) As this preposterous stipulation has been ignored by those arranging the tour. the -King- a annoyed. If the Queen will not 11 on him. he will have nothing to do with her. The boycott applied by -King- Koroki and his followers will not affect the success of the Royal tour. And Queen Elisabeth will remain blissfully unaware of what she has missed. 1But the incident focusses attention on the absurd pretensions of O. Waikato -King- movement and its titular head. According to an authority who wrote about him recently. &quot;King&quot; Korai was -never educated, in the pakeha sense-. for the position hestow holds. If the ill-mannered ultimatum to the Royal tour organisers is any criterion. the question it whether he was educated in any sense. Sitting in &quot;regal&quot; splendour at Turangawaewae pa. he seems 10 have a false idea of his import- Mc,-possibly fostered by artful or romantic publicity.
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610ROYAL 2011d 4. (Rotorua) Herald 1/12/1953 TUESDAT, DEC. 1, 3-2 15 TRIBES PREPARE WELCOME TO THE QUEEN ifil'as for Ceremony At Rotorua (1 stoTO Wend., Hakes, chants and war dance} firruly established in MR,.11.-041T tonal huts ate atajor Mechem of the programme for the ceretonial Maori reception to the Queeg And.&quot; the Duke of Edinburgh at Arawa Park racecourse on January 2. through a out the Hay off Plenty. Taupe, 'rho participants, from tribe. the East Coat. Taranaki and Wang.- am rehearsing And menacing them metres gAtIMItit (Or the lugges, 31enri welcome since the visit of the late ging George VI (then the Duke of York). ,it,.tr,orchng to a programme am nounted today, the Royal couple will wive at the entrance to the mato. wt 7i , and the Print, Minister, Holland, will present the Minister of i Agoura, Mr t'orkett. to the Quee As Fier kfaicate mores toward the me/ambled tribes. Al romps niai by Mr Corbett and a 51aori chief who be. Y., to he nominated. two separate tern Chill1P0g00 Will 103 Mad, by warrior, from tile dank of the kneehng and wahine column. Traditional Chstientee after each wartiotTiasoW;pleed hia VIg00 ritual and thrown caned. poarlike sticks into (he ground ahead of ;110 Part,. the Queen WIII move for- ward and accept the, tradmiunal challenges by requesting the accompan,ing chief to take up the sticks on her behalf. When Her NI3jCS{V anted the wond challenge, the ItOZIll toy 111 moss forward until tar core. moniat war dance to ,Iplonmo ferinwierce dance will be n three err\_t\_ and will tse pertornnd by Ids rAZ (,?.7ttcore4i by powhiri, or ,0 dance, by the two tribes. The (loyal party u1/1 then be escorted to the dais. where a :mall Maori girl will prew,nt, the Queet with a bouquet. Art address from the Maori race pill then be borne to the footof the dale by five chiefs of the smernh ed tribes. During the forward movement of the address a pokeka. or reritation, will be cheated by group of women. The d. dress alit bo received by kir Corbett and read, and the Maori Ve1,000 lse read by ibe Bishop eetwa. \_ Pr000ntotiOn of Gifts It i6 e071141, to 101100 0 n,Peli Posture a duel either with a chant or rank ,.peech,-nnil because of the M danc compliment to hut toiportatite of this address an ancient deuce of the Naati kat. 44,71? ' b Is to be performed by the 'Natal &quot;Presentation of gifts. after which chiets,! laanti cfrieftainesses will be Presentedth c Queen. Her Nlaresty will then e en ad, drehich will he Jilted by a chief. and a combined pot dim, by all': of the Arena tribe will Ian,. Other item, to he pertornied by thy. Mateattia g ti Porou and Tali- /omen. tribes will include action eons. a ,omen', bake of welcome. men's ceremonial hake (ftliamoko. the'. artheuake god, and poi dances. For he final item the amentbled n war dance and tJswpf.
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655ROYAL POUR. (Tnrangawaewao) and (Royal Land shaking ) Auckland Star 4/12/1953 e in the public mind Zce.:4.,e Royal hand-shaking: ,can t A be reduced? Letters to the Editor TT was said some time ago (and seems to have been for- ' gotten) that everything must be done to avoid fatigu- ' ing Her Majesty when she is with us. Would it not be well to keep hand-shaking down ke, up in inninrare, to the minimum con- route, is all the time req. Sistent with decent ceremonial? such a visit) By not payi ' &quot;. Is it neCessarY, for instance, for courtesy call which is J her to he asked to shake hands tribal tradition, it apisears :',I with scores of local hody men, the Maori Court will not bens iadd lot per cent for wives), represented in Rotorua. On to where the mayors and of this slight, in Rotorua mayoresses could suitably repro Presentation of address o sent the ragk-and-hie. thus help- loyalty from the Maori people is ing to relieve the strain that to be given by a pakeha. Our such oft-repeated performances Queen is certainly not going to must. place on Her majesty? Icnd see our Maori brothers a is lo be hope that the Anr ' sisters in anything like their land City Council, as the Most true colours. She was denied this right and privilege at the Coro important public body in Auck- tan, will set an example in this Harlon by the absence of a ',Igor respect. LOYALIST. tearn\_going overseas. What ha the Maori done to cause out ia tr Si National Government to treat SEWERAGE WORK DISPUTE him In this way? Won't Lomeone KINDLY allow me space to ask who has 3 high sense of honour, a few questions from the justice and love, even at this secretary of the Carpenters' late hour, take up the cudgels Union re the above dispute. Nut on behalf of our Maori race? knowing a great deal about trade Public opinion counts and it 1 Unionism, I am Ina quandary as NOT too late! K. If. COLE. to what is right-Firstly. Is the an overall carpenters' dis- er ir ),i,teniTytohlevIngs,t,tijew,r :c,n1 o is? PITBLIC LIGHTING ning SURELY it Is not necessary to t-?. dc. iw&quot; carpenters,andforhave the thousands of power- 1 toe union to advise men to cease Int ',his use, th the Ro.).,eet), i work over something they have no interest In seems to me rations blazing away until 1 Irresponsible. if I were not sat!. zvenngt 'I'll orElenili!'ir.!e14 I fled In my daily work I would 1 apply the trade union psycho- an urgent winter problem for all housewives, for they are the I log, that is, seek other avenues and sell my labour to the ones who are penalized for com- bidder. I certainly highest would not reereial and ail waste. Will radIa- alt and moan over it. but would tors be banned when they are he a true New Zealander and most urgently needed, a. hot carpenter and go all Out to make water cut off In the middle of the chips. PUZZLED. winter to pay for all this waste? The Auckland Electric Power I et Board should answer this goes. MAORIS AND ROYAL VISIT [ton nnow. for we ipv.nrr,ifhhat 1 IT is with deer regret that one to know. Iih'p'e are '? streets by 11 pm., SO why waste troLadosiiethi,tortlwra,?.nnTgyt, precious electricito urgenty :I Instances, with lack of apprecia- needed In wintentil 1 l.? tion for their customs and tradi- A. BAKEWErr bons. Our Queen will shortly O ti i. arrive In this land and our Maori relations are being given a vet,' I asroo DRAWN BLINDS Small part in the welcomes do the great moritY of which win be given hey. Slog People have their Minds Koroki is to he passed by. As down all the time. 13 it to save Waruftell 41er e[ t3 hiss, not fading the furniture and cm, pets at the expense of ,ioteulth, Y, Only a courtesy 11 on King sunlight? Nay 1 suggest that Koroki. hut seeing. In reality, all blind,. Se rats. for the Royal 'the national home of' the Maori visit. otherwise Ure- rIWP -People. Thirty minutes at the be encouraged to PI we NM oat which could sadly be all In mourning. 5.
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70330YAL ZU8R. 6. (Deputation to WellinGton) Auckland Star 8/12/1953 \_. Maoris want Quelp cafl at ,.0 : Turangtt. A deputattoti of Maori elte. I today called aw the Minister of -. I Maori Alfa t tithed, and ;:ta sentattona ic&quot;urging ro. tie.&quot;:&quot;&quot;. -.&quot; 4 marae. her way sugt a 1o44 Md. from i the Waf 's orrftroto a nil 1 :tnc!'i 1 slip j,f. al 'int.' as the hominariatt of e&quot;the Z Maoris of(hdt WIiutto and the seat of Kin Vprokt. Would be r7i,:gn eaaf rho Importance sl p Mr, ZI u 4t undertook to 1)1to. tin ta tclo4ptoit;: ter. ----- ----.--- The Deputation comprised :- Pei Te Nurinui Jones Leader Tuwhakaririka Percy Barton Tukorehu to Ahipu Tiwha Turoaof Taumarunui &quot; Ngahape &quot; Taumarunui Taumarunui
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751ROYAL fOUR. 7. (Invitation to King Aoroki for Oaitangi) Herald 8/12/1953 King Koski Tien rr1444tillitiLtiOilV WA/tANOI WELCOME &quot; 0, A Special Corres,. 4ti+A? Koroki refuses hip invite. kleet the Queen ar,tiait. olive a oises blow in air of whiell he the norMlfildak has declined to meet Hatt's, on the Around t of Monti custom is inv. ve pastier] his mar. with-and allowing hint to pay But the aitangi Sere&quot; s place on Dttesimber rot d is not scheduled to lilt the journey that will lake : the Ngarnawaht pa. nate soul organist rtgi reception decided I. 41, invite King Kotoki as a t Itongo Patti iN au times/or. nf. rn Manri - people. King a tn./her of the at Board. a big proportion of the noriL s paojde do not accept Koroki they invited him becalm. GS mg among the tribes cenpr, laseatis. of common lineage\_ t t the organiser. also rttaliseal duty to :teem the the1kate NaerisfiM :amt. which have existed he disastrous Waikato Wee , same contoderations probably ' ron;'Kdortlt&quot;i 'tr7lor't7r11,1: fur 11 the I national reception on January He la t. feet descendant of Pik., the founder a ono of the Arawn salt- tribe, Ife aceeptts1 that invitation g,i7g=tm;:,t7r=1: maraietwilial hot. apparently. they ' failed. In an attempt to prevent note argument the north,. Itlanri. arc willing to adopt the eott which the Gnome Maoris ponomod. of Providing Koroki with accommodation and treat. meet suitable to hi. ration. To if? otherwise than accept the in. I eflon In Waitangi notild hardly fit the dignity of Koroki's sneering tile Queen he would be girieg support to the movement he h da D, I 'n'aeltaliri. 717cti'n=t i Ua tiVrot of a' j at 01. hew.
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782ROYAL'TOUR (Waitangi) AUCKLAND STAR 10/12/1953 invitationArw, Tokerau , and to King Koroki WHANGAREI, Thursday, ptthlished statastaenti that It Xing Korokl decithei the! InyItxtiOn );ie at N yil t&quot;&quot;'fg rtr he tray de iver a severe meet the Cfueen on2 the movement of Whit eibt S heed has drawn fire from thel chairman of the Tokerau eits trim mind! of the Tribal Sm.,: wives which issued tee Eger the Rev. Rama, Rogers. said that there had been, no thought of any suchconse. twerp, in the minds of council members when they resolved at their zertIff to mike offer to 1' was a gesture Of 'hat. Imilotibtedly wourd'Vei weMade whether Her Majesty 1 imbed at Ngaruawahia or Is,- Mr Rogers said. radar Invitations hay, gone out to other Waikato and Tara. VOIKirtirL=s thferlObl mar be'. nail tribal leaders and we acttb arena at Waitangi. are making aangementt ire'rrecrott=ledTa's itnlert't; i'.3==t siagr=o1Z01 by the tribes of Tokerau There certainly are no outstanding differences that require healing between the Waikatas and the 3itro'-taVersPiaegreatariki in his own right and warautonutteallv pay hint the respect that I his due. Ills greaunt, fTIncess Te Puea, paid many visits to the sNorth' and was alwaye assured a warm welcome here. She was is1,Y ad aired. respected and 8.
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84410. ROYAL Twin, rUranceraewae Wancanu1 Ferald 10/12/1953 QUEEN WILL /.4,163 NOT PAY VISIT TC MAORI KING , King Kornis', invitation the Quern might make a short detour ' from the main Hamilton road for atop of three minutes at Torangawae: Ivas pa on December 30, involving all a seven-minute change to the Rt. s Proved programme. was declIned yeas terday by the Prime Mlniater. kte. Holland. Earlier Sn the week chiefs rept, sewing Waikato King Country, Taranaki. and Wanganui made Mira. mentetions to the Minister of Maori Affair, Mr. Corbett. urging the Government to make the concession. Their view was supported DY Colonel Amps. Aw tere. who Se of - Neat' Porou end Nga Puhl detteent The representations were communi- - rated to the Prime Minister by Mr. Corbett. &quot;At this late stage Or the tour arrangententa,- said hi. Holland in a reply by letter, &quot;It is guile 'moos- :eible to vary the programme as suggestad by you. T. Itinerary and the programme hale been worked opt to the last detail. &quot;All pollee security and trent, arrangements have been made anti tier Majesty snd her staff are aware or and have made arrangements to NMI the programme. I am afraid that this will preclude even the short deviation to Turangawaewaa which has been suggested.&quot; Mr. Holland also said he appreciated &quot;the great thought&quot; which the Waikato people had given to the pro-tassel and exPretieed the hope that King Koroki would be present at the Queen's vial. to Waitangi and Rotor. We are returning to our sad In heart and deeply dleaPPointed that the Government should have closed the door.&quot; veld Mr. Tut. hakeririka Barton, secretary of King Korokl's Council of Elders, who was 4 PROGRAMME HEADY 1 9riefly.&quot; sold Barteleemb,:Cri ,h a, next a sat week, ,0 Hurinui ' bat? people bad accepted each roe rival and departure. ' gawaewae the Maori police, incli4M1 ed over Walkato's gifthe tokens 1 MO sacred eseeetral sot advise. 4 rid that the Q. t w IOW to Use Prime Minister. CO-operated fully with the PAP. pr a member of the deputatiOn i security. ho sold. because tae Was accompaniment' to the Queen's sr- tiotia', statement concerning I gongs, dances and canoe /CI police and so had advised the Pr. mslesty was a stop of three minute, during the recent stall of the A- 1 0, loyalty. police. Korokt's apt104111 Intention not to t-he - -- Miniser. ging which King Horokt would be can Vice-President, Mr. Nixon. hail s,00ass were opoeed. be present at Rotor. M., If that. hod been granted then mentnued Mr. Barton. &quot;The Govern- , new chapter In racial relations. traditional 1 7`a 0 tribe. et , secretary of the Talittti MAAR Trust 0,00,0ttit, edits their Ow. Maori ;All that was ask. of Her for the kite healing or wounds gone to Rotorua in good de ells tury and al. for the opening of e dom. Waikato cannotcan rules not w and holly usegesIgnore eOft considered Goverby King t'. Korok reply i's would des kato prepared that have existed for almost a con- g rejoiced with therestc141- It gilt/legit to understand s.'.1 complete programme of rad! los &quot;This means effect that King ' nd in the song. a. poetry rh, numerous at Tursn- lttleettented and he would have band- ut eart? lbw Gdeb 0,00,0) ape, reply would be made bs. 10., A unique oPPortunis, followers 0 King Koroki would hero M The ,. , \_ Diralkato had already grePagea a '1 Walkato's expression' of welcome, f the p0,.atives me 2&quot;. 1 Jon leader of the ufation -(and Y to to early a on and loyally were to hays
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875ROYAL TOUR. 11. (Prime banister in reply to Invitation to Atrangawaewae. Waikato Times 10/12/1953 wat11,3 Alf44 unction ' LINGTON, Thursday (PA) - King Koroki's Invitation that i ' the Queen might make a short I detour from the main Hamilton ? ' road fora atop of three minute. i at Torangewaewae Pa on Decem- ) t bar 30, involving in all a seven- Heart' `.mlnuLe Change In the approved - 3 &quot;Sad Ili 1.,K171, was declined yea. on. are retuitg M our people tetchy by the Prin. aliniste- sad m heart end 1eW, disappointed Met the Governmentsluold have Mr Holland. le., closed the door,- said Mr Tuwhakat- ririka Barton, secretary of King Earlier in the week chiefs repro- ' , seating Waikato. King Count,Koroki's counell of eiders, who waif Taranaki and Wanganui mode repro- 1 a member of the depilation. It was sentatiOnS to the NInister of Maori thffi&quot;il Affairs, Mr Corbett peen, The Gov. &quot; statement understand :111: 'Is HP43 eminent to make the eonresei , (. 'ecause the Wa,knt'e'Puee' had PcPcPfed such responsibility', with pats AWatere, who is of 41Vrse'dwthe'Zrrne Pareies7dOrn?:e oil and Ngapuhi descent. The resentations were communicaked, .,c,'; tr,. initz1415, rif, 14 the Prime Minister by Mr CO , 4, the recent visit of the American Vie, bert. President. Mr Nixon, had co-O ?,` 44:,',1te ,V1' ,AT'd its; fully with the peke. pollee. his means in effect that King letter. &quot;it is quite impossible to vary Noroki's announced intention not to the programme as suggested by Yo4 The itinerary and the program b. Present at Rotorua must stapd,&quot;, have been worked out fu the last de- eantinUeC1 Mr Barton. &quot;The Gove,rn-' tail. Alt police, security and trait, aeliatt has lost I Unique opportunfty,. I. the programme. I am afraid t Ili this wit/ preclude even the short t `1n1)17,;11IggirViT'Mr/Wil Ahe complete healing of wounds have existed Mr almost a cen-,/ and also for the opening of a Heti&quot;IgTere ;1'ilvierbZrff made and Auld have made arrangements to al rUleS and ',ogee.&quot; E deviation to Turangawaewae, which filly.&quot; said Mr Barton. &quot;Wallcato N I been sugge sted.&quot; ared to assemble a/1 the Tat- Mr Holland also said he appre- rep ith;, &quot;thegreatthought&quot;whi,h the, 1 tribe, at Turangawoewae wHinnut,. Waikatoneeple hod ,:van to the pro- , Vet \_to the Government. prom C,11,tro'PokMrldletpht7csenratIt +=nee?.1&quot;9=12.,h,n=. ' Queen's visit to Waitangi and Roto- ' prepared a complete progrm, Of traditional songs, dances nnd canoe rur., '. Items as an accompaniment fo the Queen's arrival a. departure. &quot;All that veas asked of Her MntS, as a stop of three Minutes, di mby King Koroki would be Pre. and he would have handed Wadcatris gifts end the tokens per oyaltv. speeches were pro- posed. Walkatnre,ion of veal. ThttOelo nt. poetry , the race.&quot; Reply Cemddered If that had been granted then i14, e' representatives of Mlle 25,) fol- Lovers of King Koroki would hover gone to Rotorua in good conscience and rejoiced with the rest ( f M d'T&quot;h'e Government's reply would 40 considered by Kina Korok, adAssnla at a meeting at blVirtlawahin AMY' next week, said Mr Pei le /-140n1 Jones, leader of the. dflprigilan (noel secretory of the Tainul glami. , Board) and a reply would ba. then to the Prime Minister. -
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906ROYAL POUR. 12. iRotorua) Herald 10/12/1953 Maoris on ROTORUA REQUEST R (From Our Own Correspondent) ROI nest that the arrangements assembled Maori tribes they will Level, h rcsidered. The council. is the opportunity the folloair, evening conettoted that the majority of -tire at the Rotorua carnival area. Arratige-I' peoplesvisiting Rotorua on the silents Were at pre. being made be- or,-H., majesty', offie, engage- mean's een the tort reception toier,' inents4ill expect to see something and the Rotaiena boronith organisers' for a repeat performance. of the Maori reception.&quot; 4pbably the greatest crowd Rot. rife' haw ever seen will be at Arawa I earl,. said Mr Wright. &quot;The council trusts.&quot; he added, that you will see fit to intervene, as,it is unthinkable that there should be any possibility of the crowd getting out of hand because they cannot tee, apart altogether , from any rights the pnblit may in the matter.&quot; reply, Mr Harper says that beCil the Royal youple are not meet-lug the Mao) people, as a race, at themany other ceutres they Nistt, it' WI, decided tans a Maori reLftli, national in character. should at Rotor. ' As this is purely a Nlaori leteiets? s: Lion;' Mr Harper says, &quot;thefirst tvistt. gderation :mist be given to tm Maori of the country to honour the people, who are coming from af in their own way. m SIIIC your conned, the people, al Rotorua and the outlying ili,tricts will appreciate that the Maori maple I A.:mid have Brat consideration. that it i, Their Only reCept,04. European section of Ate petblio be fair. as theytheyilf M. If, trinity of spelt., He Mapky d A protest by the Rotorua Borough Councilte accommodation is being provided for the public reception to the Queen at Arawa Park, has been answered by the Royal tour director, Mr A. G. Harper. reception and, if a seating change was made t, nit the public, Mr Harper's reply emphasises that it isittrely a Maori it would be at the expense of the ceremonial. the circumqices he could not intervene. j protest. on behalf of the the morning reception at the golf eaTisZtr the town clerk, Mr L. J. emir. The Maori people will not be said l. 5 right, id that. the MOO seats rehearsing Arawa I being provided were insdequato. ion sLouW be for the 2thicenc,ielactoun,s,iutcht tellevelay of tte, general public; it' is &quot;h;r le 10 el,' Queen. WAythr said. nd 1 ant directed Mr Harper that &quot; the lmbhcl wishes to see the performance of the
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937st)OAL 'NUR. (editorial on refusal to stop at Turangawaewae) evening Post 11/12/1953 Sa0 SNP That The Qua Wilt 'Not Tread THETHEdecision-that the-: ItatIon that would have been impos- 'for theg; egarswo,JeheZ1/71. Royal tour cannot be i.:47, il etennntlehexpfreirlon or;ls'e grgt Crown, and u es TUrallgaW4Wae In'arae Well'eVregtoi&quot;tbdat-'7 of King Koroki will becarFne, Mr. Rol/and hfileac'saiid' ro in regretted by more Le representations that the Ulan l'Aessetary has now been corn- the chiefs who. so earn;. very detail, and that it r estly pressed the claims; tprte of the inipornt tribe's'&quot; rdg'?&quot;'&quot; that strict A anxious to show thei10,7Virder= such and affection te.;,-Roym tour, but we feelfflhat&quot;the k) altthe Queen. For an oppor- chiefs tunity to bring about a 'e4,uarY, Thrialakl. and Wanganui dent ble improvement in riuldkieZeb7ih'ernu relations other alteration ,Inhaidi rad91 has been net been madnd that ts'Iter the lost. in consideration of risre Itinerary had announced that was complete in every A matter of minutes? ,cseven. all told. l;&quot;.1,! Tuwli ak ari rik a Barton, iecretary of Kips Koroki's Council al Elders. in eresaing the Maoris' sadness and deep disap. pointment that the Government should have closed the door, says it was a unique opportunity for the complete healing of wounds that have existed for almost century. It that be so, it is Indeed a pity that tw arrangements should be.;:. too Ingestible to allow a devistbanl that seven minutes should outweigh.: a Century of diAMUsfactOn and Mu, As lie. Barton has said. Wat- ttclit=ruierInd'g=k1' /10 extra expense wou/d have been put on to' the Government to the gathering of the TaMul tribts, whose one desire Was I. 84. the Queen's feet touch -that eaered ancestral son,&quot; InvilattoutenY the Turangeivacwae them King Korokl hi 13. tr. tr tr TC, the pakehe mind, the inability of King Koroki and his followers to accept the invitation to travel to Nonfat.; may be somewhat chin-cult to understand, but those who ,have a knowledge of Maori tradl110 will appreciate the position. Not for. nothing is the ground at the Tbrangaweetvao thecae called -that weed snceateal. oil. To the Maori. of the Tain babes It is a hallowed place that Would have been ,twice bleated had the British Man., ,have been so faithfuet foot'ttl. arco whom Maoris in 6 Tits ofmanee of Xing Kornki from Wataangt will be a matter for very -6666s ednret-throughout lainOridatn. likid is. think the regret will be ter eyed by Was number of Euro- -law By 11.-- ooze. of a Attfe more Imagination alai Tordblg greater appreciation' of the sneer, circumstances YVAIRcling Xing Xoroki and his followers, the matter mind /aloe teen adiosted satisfactorily and would have sexangthened instead of weakened-the relatIon between, the itioi,i14anaramigt et'rerG, not : ass irit=e. ant tbatulaeoast widoL11-.
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968ROYAL TOUR. 14. (Turangawaewae Invitation Declined) Evening Post. 11/12/1955 Na INVITATIO4 he QueMil Not Stop At N garuawahia ' WG KOROKI'S invitation that the Queen might make a short detour from the main Hamilton road , fo1 a stop of three minutes at Turangawaewae pa on. ber 30, involving in all a seven-minute change in' pproved programme, was declined yesterday by the, Minister (Mr. Holland). /.' , 411111dlier in the week chiefs repre chapter n racial relations. Waigato) ng Waikato, King Country, fit= rt; I'X';.,d Urge.i d.- I. ski. and Wangerrai, made re. yr ationa to the Minister of Waticato s Plans Maori Affairs 11fr. Corbett) urgingn &quot;Waikato' 4 the Government to make the con- '23':r&quot;244111-i&quot;77bti'ew.&quot;oTi- I by Colonel A rapata Awstere, who 1. l'c;lt7e '4.?.:':tictsie- 1. cession. Their view was aupported of Ngati Porou and Nga Puhi des. :eOrFig7i4r!'Pani=1 nt. The representations were con, ,z, songdance, :arid Mthe :tee,. Tirict.;r1 to Ihe Prirne Minister by asritrliseacnoanignpzigroirthg ri.?-A.,.xl./.tifLdtheit,d tr; i',!:,! tg:&quot;e.',?&quot;cie:;?&quot;.gwl,hl'e.?-;) Koroki would tie Preaented.,a74.!.; Letter, ,t , qs,:??, 4. very : felf:?'jj, re,:nd.&quot;; geotr==,:i eiiolichaveect=y, and d trot TT ti means. in attach ,( fig,would have handed rervn,f?.? j the Coker'. aVialKaatxprssIti m welcome. affection and loyalty were to have been conveyed., n the , heriajia her.:4,`.wn.-t &quot;g rtnlar an 'gilt. then the i 4/ 'Till have 'ad. ira'arr andtath' representatliha of some 200 to, urVil. li ',roar/trip. am ath ai \_ at lowers of King Korokl would tuico a? gone to Rotorua in good coax. deviationtPo'hgawartiraea which end rejoiced with the rest of Ale has been suggested.-- do m Holland ajio saki he appreciated The Government's replywoulig t &quot;the great thought&quot; which the Wm- considered by IfJn.?, Koro s ad i s ? :,.' &quot; ' '41 pi i'ekl.? ,r,7gALir ruirg'pr'41,=, i olx Kgriittovcitcald be present at the Queen, Jones. :es der a the deputation 4' i d Rotorua. l,r, ' 'sad In Mari' , -' ?, i ,.-- r r' hears and 01.; M.= '. '. th'te,ell'thite:'.2,7r'Un,rintuelllitifhura ma iHarlon,on. seeretary of Korok Council of Eldrs. who was a pp.- : of the deputation. It was clinic/at I to understand Mr. liolte= , concerning securityh -.0Waikato , t 1 00 1 ' responsibility'ivii ieir own Zicei and o he viaed the TuriTniaeZe'ria. Corilr ciiCnVi an'Tnicres'k11', /T.' tit,tlicceo Operated fully with the
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99915. ROYAL TOUR. lrurangawaewae) 11/12/1953 Wiiikkto Ames 41 Zf.&quot; )(lints 1 Correspondents THE QUEEN TOI'R (To the folitur ui nie 11,4to es1 Se whole Question relating, to the stiggeshorr4Raleothe Queen 'should visigaweewae f 1 Pa. Naowa gi alitthe Maori King ere is how long would stlall1141, occupy and how muchAir tOinsiocate the arrangerneuts. lade /or the Royal tour? The sponsors of the invitation suggest that ,t would take three aunutes or Her MaJesty to make l`I Ju Coll, but anyone lemihar with I t Meorl funntions knows full well that 1,2&quot;Its;:g&quot;.11aTI That is the crux ul the whole matter. and as King Koroki has been invited to attend other Maori functions, one wonders what all the fuss is abouTIZEN.
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1030huYAL TOUR. (Turangawaewae) Herald 1i/14/1953 KOROKI'S REQUEST!' DFCLINED //,?. No Stop by the Queen -.A wELLI,ITON. Thorghiv I' King Komki's request th itt t he Queen IntWe a short detour /rem the main Hamilton road for a stop of three 4 MOW&quot;. Nt TtiftMIZawiewlin Pa 611 December 30. Involving in ali a aeven. the approved pro Volume. has been der Itited he the, Brittle Minister. Mr HolIand. -At this IaG stoke of :11P tour rrangentente.&quot; Mr Huland replied ha letter. -it it quite mitomai to rm., d the prov,r,011100 soggestrel he von. The itne rary and the Proftr,Mtue ime `I hymn skeet not to the loot detail;, NB Holland seal he hoped King Koroki would he preoent at the Queen. er visit. to Waitangi and Rotorua. Rio returning to inn peopki sail in heart and deeply theaopomted that the Govornment akotild hove delved the door.- sold Mr Vfiewart- riks Barton. snret oF Koroki's council of e vie member of the meal.,elfret. tic noonneed Intention ( et Rotorua moat stond:' ,- 16.
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1061ROYAL POUR. 17. ( aanisden writes) ,venini; post IMPASSE IN 1FHE WAIKATO 1Why King Koroki Refuses To Attend Royal Welcome IT IS SINGULARLY unfortunate that, on the first occasion of a Sovereign's visit to this country, a large and important section of the Maori people will not participate in the Maori national gather- ing at Rotorua. 1-1-1E absence of King Koroki, and his fellow tribes- , men of Tainui descent, both front the Waitangi and Rotorua gatherings, is likely to be misunderstood. The impression will be 7.&quot; Buckingham Palace actually visited gained, especially abroad, confirm e mara wae wae Turangadetails for a reception to the late to , of a lack of unity among , King George VI. On \_that occasion lie. the Maori people, who are MI; the K;,`lr'an,a not divided in their T at itg,tg King's would ny allegiance to the Throne. It is equally unfortunate that Tradition the QUCCII'S visit could not have The chieftais never deviated been an occasion for conciliatory (lir:, sit her toe,. moves on the part of the Waikato IngTiTheu'rviseattacitsIOVrist2,re tribes d the Government. A to g:;.= a 4,1snished tor bringing the former, always ihefi-Ruest. Fur- golden opportunity has been lost heL, that `. admittedly. from the administr. lion's viewpoint, a difficult section, in step with their fellow Maoris The Minister of Maori Affairs fMr. Corbett, has taken the ell, tude, quite correct/y, that he would not atio2455o7PtthecTaTr&quot;5 ptoprJric= VilcifglegurtNatle t'21747, do has been to take into considers- also his kinship with their own lion the aturti:'Ips,b'efasTglddg r'D fleultiehat have manatee there- frIro'roki, the fifth Maori King. ts During the 14 years there the product of an ,essentially con- have early forties, he was never edu 11155X,1. 741- servative environment. Now in h,s of his father in 1033. Only in re- ,fa\_ IWT.:r? cated, in a pakoha sense, for the post fort was made In Khniii,4/:egetegagedeto,pr= wnit. ine57DI.&quot;cd'enaFtdtothbZ9 to which he succeeded on the death Tribal Allegiance altered in view of the Maacxrrgt King Koroki but tlat' 'e! dined toot third King, 'Al- ;,','.,7747,1`?;rts' Rotorun action that was re- The tribes that acknowledge his sent. by other tribes as a hake hadersnip, one that is more moral then 0,n., Justin. M there Duke of York than political. thoare,ugh thee main, Is much of Wales Recent. In 1920, , for the the Prince stock. sympathy for Mtn elsewhere, notably 127, and thenDraoroetdToumt,ei,n among ieiag ,Itilr,;&quot;,':ne,':,`)., given s e ame--:5 reason n il,r`nYl not acknowledge the Maori thin'ai&quot; r ;i\_a,irs :szuhldsztly greet Royalty Until her death last year Princess o;seer. in recent years the Te Puea lierangi was the dominant major grievance with the Gneern fgur'ai',Vs'eli Xwiei',ntiserig. Pa! li'reVOrit'ellcref'Itratts'!'n'a'smat;i enc. Descrate Injustices of the past. accepted. That was undoubtedly Te includina the confiscation of thair Pitea's outstanding acievement. The ',lands. Waikato &quot;people are net dPs.--yray,-,s-veontd-oenert-einta loyal: theirs is a dual allegiance. some conciliatory gesture from both one not difficult to appreciate when sides. their historical background is studied. The position of honour in Criticism Mahinarangi. the tribe/ meeting house at Kgarua ahia, has been oc- The prosent Royal tour has not ':King for years by 5 portrait 1.'dfornefi`slIa`ithseri'iYeflraortIt5e: ingher latter years Te Puea strove hard for a visit from Royalty to the Mao, King's marao. Indeed. ,n tsar Ishoerld4rrt visit SLsucha visit la'. promised by teem though Fraser Qgirtairse. An official Kaneohe. a place of no particular thing that should havee been con m tbeeo7U1 easily aye gone\_ts either Waitangi or Rotorua. 'Ze'd'hit'eei'sjeert:;52'a'd waV- tX1Pfit5od'hee'VenBnYert 751'5 Tn'l witn boll arc King Movement nor Te =rt. tzlbV k=,\_rank Previous Efforts significance Maori eym, she was ' to by-pus Waitangi, the most taDU f place opirdeon.`5=iheTr grf t Even allotted British sove- gmmme. Yr! it was there that their ancestors a reer,1. h f;1551;esTereltil'gf tifblig5 4= has, of course, emphasised that may think the \_ is national Maori gathering, But WBot ever hwhat-officialdomaldofficialdomml tant of Its ;aarrl'eertra rtotivlycel when a Sovereign sera foot there. 'Then, though the Royal train win stop at i Hur4ly, time could hot be found Lor the 4auTerstf'. The brtefesi mat her feet had touched the mouse would have sellled Wai- kato feeling. If that visit had to vouchsafed, thewl,to,ri,ht[ng,to RottaPoice. and take: gone 41stes syLsh other section!. - Precedent. i It is not without interest that ON ,s Government saw no incongruity Iry the American Vice-President, hie. M. Nixon, be received recent;y by where he was paid the highest hon. ours There are historical reasons for Wrigatto viliwpmnt, tp. story 'Is A'S2 one. Because ort I herded resentment, they remained pakeha schools, witteher edtca ter ciVs&quot;YFotraimroltv5e:- Az they bran out : co ' one agrees e. `b! iTrecd that they bealvL;1. s'` tfacrb 'eii ea principles. even in the face ;r1 AY,EL'teco5n`; overnight. P5ta'fA tah,rov,e,rcrerrs; rrejudeicewd het M this year of Ow. a\_hki 4 es:, o Royal visit is, usueecy, art Indication of Changed - opinion. A more statardlkeatDroa':et;,'eb11711`,7v7led 7 1 tercet the olive branch would- hav been misinterpr t et. itItilg;5137.= :Cre rnsg,n rontaentallon rxih-:; ce3n, tr= 1,
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109218. ROYAL rOUR. Zbe gyb ing VoSt 1. WELLINGTON, MONf, DEM/1: 14, MI. VISIT TO MARAE Sir. am sure many must agree with Yir nbi/ity of the authorities t ire for a brief visit by her to the Turenplesewae Maine. perhap.,0 Y. were, t?) JInterested'. subscribe their mes to an expression of regret that this arrangement is apparently /repass, ate Were would be an interesting responsx Then, even if the tour arrangements still proved to be inflexible, at least our receive ani=1?)&quot;'Orfh&quot;e're' xis= of a gratifying number of syMpattlet, 'No doubt man who feel as / do would be helrxd'in registering their rove' of your\_ sentiments if suit- wbge rlg= iirgi Ige=g am, etc., ' PAKEHA PROTEST tiolgleae ir'ou? of our i ly gt 1 derstudini towards should traditions , of others The sus. traditional st,gkitg4'11'111=rrftl K.&quot; hold L e:, wonderful expesst,tenCetrahorw, r '- wishes leaves be hewn and re. s,., ftn't/e'rehs'it14fqaCA'S-. In' Senttut although we ar ONLY TWO PAKE}tAS. &quot;,. RACE RELATIONS of theItVaL[eir:&quot;s\_u.'i'th'i Ire-itt?! is I Queen to make' Me fen Otte St, N Ing the petition or the miisnfor the -` yee'illi':;'02rfell.?,;o51'1 ;helped ace reiations, and sled would hate Somxry ai,i,&quot;?.&quot;':',l'g IT: rix,.,;hdc;&quot;g'?',';',ETr. '`,:.:',Ziecli'itg itinerary I i: in?.:TiV,F1' when the , L IT &quot;r0';. ,.It7.,','&quot;I',1: / firt;Te!:'IrSeit et 'it4ttet&quot; olVcicTi , fi4.,;1,:tti,tIo,Icrtep tad-generation white NEVER AGAIN NATIONAL. EYES SHUT Sir. feel deeply distressed that those we have elected to rule our count, can deny the Maori race the small' privilege of receiving the Queen at theVuree7f TotillIS7ioerti! the AloayoListhtir\_bgis trinted over the ably bnd I am atirettheir choose to visit the Maoris md their 'X11170411 TirarVilet: than dinner, merely to meet \_members of &quot; '&quot;&quot;:ancler'snfin 4:'GXevrisinent shut for golden friendship :cementingaetAue,orifes th,v oWsit't.&quot;eir eye's Po ihe Unteld hurt and damage which may \_res,ucild glizre-?.ngiein=th. I.' tr,t,nutk Parliament 'tfcthige'srnug Mar tr'iZdt hues flimsy excuses. am, etc. liament Is in recess, there INDIGNANT RAKERA. leetagn, it &quot;gord'n'nor Ise well after the Royal tour.
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1123RO YAL TOUR. ( Turangawaewae ) Samoan and Rarotongan Visitors. Waikato Times 16/12/195: 19. `Maid. Visitors See 41;Y 4teins Prepared /44, For Queen's Visit , Some of the songs which the e Maoris of Turongaweewae , Ngeruawahle, would have sung to , the Queen hod she visited the merle during the course of her tour Of the Dominion and the dances they would J. have chimed, were presented In the Kinn Hall at the pa last night for the I V,t,etf,=.i fez party r87; terrItorieS who were entertained et social evening. Mr Pei Jones, who was master 0# ceremonies, explained the meanings of the various items and their application to the Royal visit. He said they had been specially adapted for the occasion end the Queen was mentioned by name in them. In Staorthorn, he said, this was one of the highest honours which could be Paid to a visitor. The songs and dances which would be presented at the Maori gathering pt Arawa Park, Rotorua, had not , b. so lepted,he sold. This meant the WaikatoMaoris hod been a papared to pay the Queen higher / compliment had she visited the Meat of the Maori King than she wild,/ now be paid on behalf of See Maori people. 1 Beeides the visiting Island digs/. Waite there were a number of other guests. indndirug the Mayor of A1' eler4grsn's Jackson end adhie).MZeccikr of itaniilton, Mr R. Braithwaite, and Mrs Braithwaite. Mr O. Brownlee- Smith and Mrs Brownlee-Smith represented the Raglan County 4 Council. 'She visitors were flat entertained In viablf, King Korokes house, and then west to the Klml Hall. whom a soma) programme consisting of items and dancing was in progress. Later the guests returned to Mahinarangt for supper. Speeches on behalf of the Maori people and replies by the leaders of the grout. of sand territory representatives ' and Messrs Jackson and Braithwaite ,. followed. Singing items were presented by the Islanders both in the Kind Hall and later in Mithinarangl. The Hon. uavi Mose preeepted a legend of the Cook Islands, with. Miss Jane rare Arlki presented a hula dance. A native mat was presented, to King Koroki by the Western Se/,10 Party as atoken of goodwill. - , Hoetesths for the evening weir Mesdames B.'. Pickering and 24. ' Anderson end attar lisini Whore-. Hamilton Became Waikato's ientre &quot;By Accident&quot; Some good-natured boater as to the places held by their respective saves In the Waikato was exchanged by the Mayors of Hamilton and Nee- ' r'll'uargghevaeoe Phise lern= it': tit ; visiting representatives of New See- land's island territories. Mr R. Braithwaite, Mayor of - Hamilton, spoke first d referred to , Hamilton City as the centre of the Waikatgarua ahia's hig brother. Mr G. F. D. Jackson, Mayor of b I higartiewahie, wet quick to for- rWnartown. d the chants to fame of his Hamilton, he said, might be the but Ngacuawahls eta the tiTsrtii;lactel I centre. It would have been the ,uTesItV e e centre, t?,t01 Z e raltYd, y Presentation Of Mat
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115420. YAL TOUR. (Appeal to United Nations advocated ny Hrone 4ikiriwhi) ening Post 17/12/1953 (tC?. anr-eovERNMENT FOR MAORIS. --An appeal to King Koroki to go in Waitangi and there ask the Queen for n measure of Maori self-rtovernmert s made today by Mr. Hirer : Wlkiriwhi. an Arawa chlefain. who Is a schoolteacher in Wellington.
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118521. ROYAL TO. Turangawaewae, Waitangi and Rotorua ) Auckland Star 18/14/1953 , li 7,. ? 4riking K4oki - u , , 1,.,.'not be presented`\_.,. Z. to the Queen s'ifr. 1' I, etAe /47,06 r At /pp4rys. ,. I ' - HAMILTON, Friday (.) ing lKoCoki and 'tine , elders of the Waikato tribes will not attend the, Maori welcome to the Queen at Rotorua on January 2, nor. will ,1 the Maori King be presented to Fier Majesty during her i tour. ;&quot;More in sorrow than in be the case by the time obthe ' i anger the Waikato and Rotorua reception. i I associated tribes have comeai preciaion of the Mvitatern of The council also expmsed rtio the unhappy conclusion the northern tribes who in,lor. Lttiat King koroki cannot ,;onetge,es,. chiya?.bitter, et= ,ignore the aspects of Maori a. being irortant In maidilletn Nustom which have been log inientribai relations. 4-e iphasiged in our comes- in nation to' w '&quot;.1'&quot;&quot;.4 a ,.:. i -ri denc e,&quot; Mr Pei Te iliedrele'in person hi cigi,ailoi'e,z Xe'prinui Jones says on behalf Heke Rankin! ' ,ref King Koroki and the The gifts Cbuncil elders in a state- An ,!.,r;:s 0, i?.ai to: the :1 4 Prime Minister, Mr Holland. by the enincil. The gifts which agent forwarded to the Queen was ,? being pi.,re, the faintil people had pt epared 1 - Aung the past few days th przeil ;,,51lberzlyi t,7 1(,)trriele:,',1'.17Y ,xrAitnf,1-te,1- , December 9 In which the Gov Government relenting rreT,lliftoand rr;. jernment declined to sanction ha mitring them in person. Palling that they1Jr7'ngataneuse' uteribtY' 4': filiiTdedwo?,Z? htle (;:i'tTit'kililtYo I Q'e&quot;. The chiefs declared that If tribe with which King Komi was also closely rieWaled. so., I( t ii'sIesho'frte t;ce.,e'renimen't g' ara,Y. prior tr. the Que.' a a 1;.orczded, to Rotorua after after th, e Rotorua dtsti, 1 In passelineelsgeild niece h'ilmsbeli .' ' 4' i an invidious position. 'i To visit Waitangi It was decided. however, that i King ngi later Ili 4'effit'i'l?).:h&quot;at15the I Invitation of the northern chiefs and, according to custom, take &quot;1;.)4 ' 1enl-r Haalir:;.(io&quot;n&quot;'Zig ' Illiaintth of Princess Te Puea 1 He would ramain at Waitangi `to take part in the reception to IP: 19=0r Trust Fg: 1! rbg , descendant tr, l ,s,.,gr R i,4go,neltat north, ' ern. Wlets also descend. There toe/?:tie will he with hisIstgapuht klegnicn in that capacity and '11=d iurin'g tr/e&quot;.c'ert'inyeir 1., 1Perp? lexing position I, I &quot;Ping Korokl 0 mit beflre,t, 1 1,7;., to h'eUrSnboi'plrceI g 1.- 414 torPtnIrg :1-1u1',;?,2zt flf.,;'7, 1 4ziastv,.T;rfe.&quot;;,:'&quot; , 7 ':g i' ,?,tT,T,;re':?':.'.1 ter 1(tger'sd ' It had, been made clear to: Mr Holland as far back as Feb.' ruary It that King Koroki had I. no desisttes ettkarrass the Gov., ereMet: '1St 414rairt he sea Itrlit\_ Ir. thee&quot;r'ne n t relatives. n' Zilt 1 ` went, seeking no special prow Warne or any special arrange: wppw he enjoyed arikl atlas kl. the In keeping with the rank he holds among his own ands, ' other tribes. , One fact that Jacked the I: to go to,etangi at, that ) council tp advise, KoroV ' en you Wtlit reItivieall the northetrAy gatti , a the , Turangawaew math, as weuldJr)
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1216ROYAL TOUR. 22. (Turangawaewae) Waikato Times 18/12/1953 Korold-Not To 'Be T Present At Rotorua Reception To Queen ltVbradri leader King Korokf his own and other tribes. and the eiders of the Waikato tribes One fact that influenced the ca.- will not be present at the special cif to advise King Koroki to go to Maori celebrations arranged to en- Waitangi was that at the northern able the Maori people to welcome gathering the Queen would not hare , Her Majesty'. the Queen at Rotorua passed within hailing distance, Of on January 2, nor will King Korokt Turangawaewae manse as, of be presented tee Her Majesty dun- would be the case by the time of , iris the lour. Rotorua reception. &quot;More in sorrow than in anger The council also expressed apart, a the Waikato and associated tribes ciation of the northern tribes who, hi have come to the unhappy conclu- former times, were bitter though sion that the Government is quite nonetheless chivalrous enemies, as 4. Indifferent to the consequences it important in maintaining inter-tribal King Korold weee to ignore the relations. aspects of Maori custorn which have Gifts Front Waikato People been emphasised in our corresPond- o trice.&quot; said Mr Pei Te Hurinut Jones The invitation to be Present , on behalf of King Harold and the Waitangi was extended in person on Council of Elders, in a statement SundllY by the leading Nga add which has been forward., to the chief, Hone Heke Rankin. Mr Ran-Prime Minister, Mr Holland. kin emphasised King Koroki's eonsDurirg the past few days the 'mon ancestry with the ariki line of k council had deliberated on the Prime his own people, recalled Princess Te Minister's reply of December g Pty s high hegard for the north- wherein the Government had de- em tribes and her extensive stays te, , dined to unction a seven-minutes among them, and spoke of Neat visit to the Turangawaewne pa by Puhi's admiration, devotion, and re- : the Queen. spect for the late chieftainess. It was certain, the chicle declared, An address of loyalty to the Queeh &quot; that it King Koroki acceded to the Val now being prepared by the wishes of the Government and pro- council. The gifts which the Tai- seeded to Rotorua, after Turanga- rim people had prepared for Her winewae had been by-passed, he Majesty were being held in readiness / a would place himself in an invidious ;ii the event of the Government re. a position. (coring and permitting the Queen to e It was decided, however, that King receive them in person. Failing that, Korold would proeeed to Waitangi the gifts would he ceremonially - Later in the month at the invitation handed over the Ngati Pikiao tribe. ;' with which King Koroki was ale of the northern Was, and, according closely related, at Te Ruato e, 4. pa sustain,Ake there the harlmate Rotoyd, deity day, o, heto (or house of mourning), in connee- theeloao rue tion with the death of Princess Te trio. , Puralierangi. He would remain tot Waitangi to participate in the re-. ' ' eeption to the Queen. not as a MM- , bey of the Waitangi Trust Hoard, but as the descendant of Rongo Pats- et, Mang, from whom the northern I chiefs also descend. Therefore, he e. would be with his Nga Puhi kins- , men in that capacity, and proposed to remain in their midst during the - ceremony. n &quot;King Koroki will not be pre- sented to the Queen because, If be did so, he would he placed in -411. PilVii/11L. at'invitaatiiim&quot;1 Vti Toransawaee, one that he has already been informed by the Government, cannot be accepted be the Queen,&quot; said Mr Jones. It had been made clear to Mr Holland as far back as February to t. that King Koroki bed no desire to embarrass the Government. At Waitangi he would be quite content to be one with his northern relatives, with whom he enjoyed arild status by descant, seeking no special Peen, ' inente'or any jOecial arrangement it ' ' with the rank be held atnong,
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1247aOYAL 20Ua. (Turangawaewae) Waikato Times 22/12/1953 Qultrxreeterrn To Make Brief Stop At Pa AUCKLAND. TocsdaY (PA, The queen will now make a brief stop at Turangawaevva. Pa on ben Jemmy from Knotty to Hamilton an ththember It to believed. This last-minute change ho the programme reverses a recent dectatop of the Prime Minister. Mr Holland. to decline an /rt. vitation room King Koroki. A report that the change has been agreed to could not be confirmed today from the Prime Minister or from Mr Pet to Hurtnui Jones, who has been acting tor King KorukI, but It is method here as authoritative. Mr Holland said here today that the request tor the change has been discussed -hut it 30 not past the discussion stage.&quot; Mr Jone , in response to an imp., said any statement would have to conte from the Prime Minister. It is believed that dlacuseion, are gill going on, pa the Prime Mimpter said, but that they now concern detail, of the reception at tile pa. Tho change would mean Met King Korokl could be presented to the Queen at Waitangi and would probably attend the Maori national welcome at Rotorua. 23,
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1278ROYAL TOUR. TRUTH 23/12/1953 -A4K-Alr,i.: M A uR1S ENVY FIJIANS ACCOUNTS of Fiiith bcopita/- dres poke's will escort the Queen It, to the Queen and Duke hare 'and the pakehas well occupy most of been particularly depressing to 'the oRicial dais. the Maori Peon., who li. not ',he Rotorua and adjacent tribes been abk to P. 0. ,ill act as hosts, not to the Queen, Ole show they wished for. itant to the Prink Minister. his col- --rRu=is of New Zealand ttit'vcil'atits&quot;to 7iM'r1 d for the amplere.pepple throughout New Zealand and that the Maori reception to be held erected at Rotor. Is just another farce.,. hom k[ldatn fed is bK writes a Puthu Maori reader of Pe -or the 200 ofbeiallY inthed. The only Maori. part of the ecere- apptrodzitnatty4 12' 111 pre- mony hiflua oe 't4&quot;srt'a or: a '11'P: the ancient ceremonial elc. 'the balance, including Binges, ad-- other 800 odd seats iil be allotted 111 be poke's sho, to those chosen by tbe Govern- Pakeha will present the Mtiorl od- latent,
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1309aoyAL 20uR. 25. (Waitangi) 0/ening Post 26/12/1953 HONG! HIKA'S 'IttIA. Dread Fightii4 Mere Of 'Maori Napoleo (from Eric Ramsden) A qr VAIKOHE, Todaen the Prime Minister stands in the presence of the Queen at Waitangi on Monday, his hand will grasp the. Teuira, the favourite fighting mere of Hongi Hika, the celebrated NA: Puhi leader, once called, because of his innumerable conquests, I the &quot;Maori Napoleon.&quot; ,?? ? ?,.d1 The teuira wax taken to England rTDeother teuira, nO In the Fraser by Hongi and worn when pre,ented Coen at Whangare:. was to George IV and. according In Hong: as a peace offe1g e Maori tradition, actually handled t Totara pa, Thames, after his return by that monarch. from England. Wn Flom was re- Ion the Because of Me dread in which the ;0.:O. stages from hts i,nriltairly'rWl'tinInnig!=st'liship by some Maoris 'from Themes. Mow ancestors at /long: hangs. it ogai, Dim. when hes not been seen apart (rota ?'s- I es he stated he cgs a Nga 131 tar for Queen gele;:e;,?:it the u'4sele! ItYe4e d{an's hand:. Howeyrr, NRa Punt hiss `ktlird and :glen okaHuto whom he was much at- made s gesture to the Qu wor th. ntt wept bn de, end wept ) ; teuirat. e's e pent.&quot;41tekrtn're'sfd to the Prime Minister as her MaJesi. action iZr Tiriager,ea's. e'n 1714'j h'c'crel m Rood piv,settrrenation Wthe , Put ,.;.;t r returned L'n&quot;reg?. lbei&quot;nrg of, guard. 's'aliered terrible to the ttibe. Delicate Mission rei,'171&quot;Pj?,; ,;,:re&quot;1&quot;;:11;,. gtoN Ittn'et 're,r0&quot;,fer thMede?,T,en.,t:',01. /ri,f1rat Vil;'P2rt c? his favoufget tior' tha't.'trad tion'dontariaeo before fighting wea&quot;.,NA,7'1.? gr, axIne4tenira was removed front its rot 1,4=k,torheIhrh,c,i; ;, ;g;?' whether 'he :quest b):gvf,vfv,orr, votTA that it b:,eggetheY2le.;ede Queens I '; promise In the ,z,r1tVe na'rrintt'leol cre'l'jrte 5ahn. awaits Mr. Hol- the Union whangaroat'traroota. pas: at low arrival horytt2n. tide can be seen the remains of I When he ee alights Der cnr ft'.fe'd whose crew T' m the ':et' feet t Jo ont which,-4,;:'ed7,`g4;Xe 114= 'wg't &quot;lot' once tight Queenlake high on a Dial. ,.? to Maori general v. o p\_whnly'ht;tteacTII ay, the 512a, and Victoria's tc barAri of with a s women e Rankin and Keret ac Dingo, a floe example of an art now else Rev. Keina Ponta. almost lost in the Nort,11 be pre- Lb: nd'gi1&quot;1, an 'hcOn'IV sinIVTIetatTgr 'u'enrn'oPr'n'obrYa&quot;'e 111 1:.I:;odn;VLasvgch Queen's visit. ariki will be. failed. NeverthelesVILfri n'tVeer:.'s pieced uardian. soon indicated 'that the re ptaceth,yearsquest would be ;mated. bat 5,9,e ful mason, make- a Jas: triumphal he Droductd l'Ocr'erri'RM H lour of country in the Prime Min- w,:D the Blade t`k4t1,`4:.&quot;,nt that the weapon was visabr for hem to prrdure t[ at' Rol atten tionmo t engage vlsefs becausered with tas Wad by Honsi lion is Revenge slaughter if,Cl'iinisMe'oe 'llrThe The teuira must not be confused lake was brood. Stilt. its mlsi w,n anothWr mere pa namu v is the on now one 05 pcif4 war. ar.
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1340it 0 YAL '20U H. (haitangi ? Purangawaewae clvening Post 26/12/1953 GATHERING AAITANGI King Koroki May Be Presented To Queen taaecial to ',torn; &quot;1 WATKOHE, Todaough no public pronouncement Is likely to be made either by the Government or the Maori King's advisers, it can be accepted that King Koroki will be presented to Queen Elizabeth at Waitangi on Monday. &quot;I'-Host would not hoes Leer pos. Pa&quot;nRaY rritig:' will of course, if the Prime Min it ' noIrteateergd later, at the last moment, hat! not run and greet the queen there wish granted the Waikato'. raci at. that other Turnokii. presence with the Maori the, Queen should make a Wen King at Waltang: singuiarly appro. niinutt,' detour on December 30 g 7ur ret ,To,grgg and visit Turangawaewae pa. dote among the Ngf 'Pohl. to which When King Koroki w. informed people P&quot;. wax '&quot;'&quot;h of the Gcvcrnmen:, decislon he wish /Cm r Xing bor. with his haronate, o m pressed a ish that he be accorn- ,ng Dor v o 'nit bets about 50, named tothc Queen s Presence bY is'&quot;necled&quot; att,Vaitangi to7norro:(The Tornokai Kann. husband of the 1 th' Prat. le Plied Herangt, and cor traditional ceremoniesM upon ft.:Ince death. eath. onsequent P, Tr Hortntsi Jones, the latter being lowing dai re gng chiefs the adviser whoho had so skilfully eon- h, Place v. p tiego. the n thth orts on the -Maori welcome toe Q,een. It behalf &quot;ad ti;: ,CVTZ no: itie,1,:asitst their that F,t't Queen those to A Turgnitawaewac. , precious inures, never having relin quished the belief that her hSafest could n eck-1,y pass The lacte' even ivecceded tvit task of clearing more than one. mile on the Turangawaewae bank of the Walk. River so that the Queen and the Duke wcwid have ruined view of the war canoes. Brief And Simple The ceremony et Dgrangowaewae will nreeuartly be briefand simple. though the M.: prescribed will pro. Zrthug's. rrhee thel QuMn'a arrival from the fifeorirKi rnegta hardy Queen Zlisabeth win receive tribal tt also an address aftIrmthg the loyeitY el ? ? 26.
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1371AOYAL 2oUu. 117, Urrangemonts at ,iaitangi) King Koroki and His Marty Tea taken' :in onetime 'sheep shed Staff mem, The Queen will have her afternoon tea fn a former eheepehed when she visits Waitangi on Monday. Fc}iottiWwrit./vsParte U;.rd Treaty toe rescued it and gave It to the nation. On Monday, Her Mal stY will take her place as ,Queen of I Ote Maori people. mill before her aa they per- welcome ever given a Boyer- form the first mast MaorietWn. shtrir. br&quot;'iittraleedWfV&quot;git hour Into the'nub of the Empire. Gyrating warriors and their womenfolk will strive to please Queen Eliaa. bath with song and dance. The afternoon toe room le re solendent in new paint, and a new carpet with multl. coloured. square-patterned de. sign featuring New Zealend ha, been fitttel. ,A rear bedroom In the Treaty House has been converted to powder room it, en apple green shade for the Queen. The local Maori., are working Into the early hours of the' morning. They are preparing! not only to receive their Queen but also the outside tribes with their chiefhey Eng. the,' dance end they work. They are going to particularly Rreat pains to have everything smart for one of the highest chiefs In all Maorning Korokl. With his retinue. Hinz Koroki Is [:petted tomorrow. HIa green tent now rending alongside the Maori atone hall. Along. aide Is the blue-topped tent of tone of the paramount chlefe of the North, Hone Heke Makin. ravle wilt billet In the 'For the other tribe., three large marquees are already up and twtmore are due. Molds000ked food lienai-coold food will be nerved to the Maoris. A special Mitch et's attire for the mountain of meat IA being built. 'There will be tone of potatoes and other kat. While in the Treaty House, the Queen will sign the visitors' book. She will watch the Maori ceremony from a chair on a Maori mat in front of the house. a backdrop to the costumed Maoris, the uniformed senora i and the green grounde the gueen \_wilt see the, beautlfUl NV; oLijill'Arcr: Russell, \_aeremstAt bey. Auckland Star e9/12/1953 Whie he ZsgatchaUftra70n tea the entenatnment will con., wilt be elll,&quot;tOrk?:a=ghle; french windowildren A thousand al nQQ school c, ytaSel and pakha, wilt be marshalled in front If re'initnghe Mlitl'imeti and the fluke of Edinburgh will eft on the veranda of the I Meetinghous gem of Maori I; tiflpherste.&quot;.Oert architecturnd &quot;howe hn it reins. will carry on. It is. stressed that the public iT'ljcvii to the ding&quot;rir flier it 'Treaty House dosed ruZ'pheCftI'lilatIrirtctinaLfseiltt.&quot;
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1402ROYAL NUR. (Waitangi) 4E1. LONG- LIVE= 1HE QUEEN:- Waitangi official guests These are the official guests at Waitangi todae Prime Minister, Mr Holland and Mrs Holland; the Minister of Maori Affairs, Me belt, and Mrs Corbett, Mr Vet, non Reed'- (a Waitangi Trust Board member) and 51/6 Heed, Mr and Mrs ts W. D. Bell, Mr Rere btalhl Hewitt and Mrs Kawiti, Mr and Mrs J. C. Henan. MI and Mrs C. K. Williams, Mr WA Mg John Busby (descendants Vof Mratm y, Hest Ush rmrA'.VINSWilmNtrcle=Brii Willi fA,Tltfrsarel,'Vra aM as Etgar Williams (mace Archdeacon- Henry Mr and Tint W. A: , R. E. Steno(secre o the Waitangi Trutt Boer I, Mr J. Tali. (secretary to Mr Coo bettl,Ideesrs Harper. Furlong and SlOght (Government affic Ials)anfi -Mr J. A. Grace (Mewl Affairs Department). Thee. Maori chiefs are being presented to the Royal couple Vagruwatrc,'te and S for Northern Maori electorate. Alec Mrs Palicea, his wife. ts,.1414;tt It'rnrii--.dcrf of e Rev. Can, W u K ene, chief of eau Mee tr e. ,:teuRnetYChijPaOTTe Rarawa The Rev. Kel. Poeta, chief of gapuhl tribe. The Rev. Canon Pakl chief of Te Rarawa tribe. Purirl, a leading chief of N tl Mr Nau ParsonKat1 Hine and Ngapuhl tribes. Mr Hone Wi )(Mule, para mount chief 'of Ngati Rabe tribe. keret Mihaka, paramount chief of Ngapuhl tribe. Mr Perene Haurama Tultarlkl, paramount chief of Ngati Kahu Mr Korowaengs Raunatere, ;chief of Naapuhl tribe and i descendant of Tamat I Wake Nene, a chief renowpied for his loyalty to the for ;Muni wars and for suppe tine ithe treaty of Waitangi. Mr Whautere WI Te Mira,' INgrguVegitET0 fary, chief of Neat)W1R tribr Hone Hake in,. chlef of Ngapuhl tribe and :descendant the '1;1(11141gillaeiatvitaj chief of Aupourl tribe. Its 1m h the Swift Staff reporter WAITANGI, Monday. ? Hakaa rang out through the Bay of Islands at two o'clock this morning to awaken thousands of Maori&quot; for the day the Maori race has awaited for 113 years. Only a few hours earlier a crown of fire lad w that the Queen waeld soon be coming to the crad NgZealand to receive the homage of her Maori pe fire was burning on an island just off Paihia. It formed a perfectly-shaped crown that was via- ibis for miles. And the awestruck Maoris who watched it did not doubt its significance. Soon Irthapeti and RirlidElizabeth and Philiould be among the ho waited at historic Vaittlgssei was flout. The koreros went on through the night, new speakers taking over as the previous ones dozed. And the singers practised the laments and songs the Royal couple were to hear. &quot;it. the Royal escort crBlack Prince, had stoma let bay at 6 today. Her flags gay In the sun she brought the 100 memos the Royal Guard, besides he complement of 550 officer men. Soon after 8 th parties of ratings were Ina Da brought a sky feathered up the route taken by with Y clouds and a sun that Hobson and Niels in 18 shimmered across the bay near Meanwhile, four w the Treaty Houshe sort of flying Lnion Jacks and day that was the setting for the with betybutiTir;.= R'attangi no loner and Waitangrying tO etgnirtg f the Treaty. &quot;Crying Waters.&quot; huge dust clouds that - &quot;Sin ing the Royal route. Quati! d u}e'Tor4 sTarcbtterZM with gs Lilifoadalde. vas town on the long pa. docks. And Northlanders had a at midnight to make thj grimagc to Waitangi. The Navy was there, too. minesweepers Kiwi and Tui anchored off-shore at dusk, Auckland Star 48/12/1953 Adyl. at waiting Waitangi there were ' 1 KAS AT , D A CRO OF FLAMES
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1433AOYAL 11)1111. 29. ('aaltangi) Auckland Star 28/12/1953 and 29/12/1953 Maori chief refuses to lay mat Staff reporter WAITANGI. Tuesday. The old Maori chief Kawiti, who was officially assigned to lay a sacred kiwi mat for the Queen to walk over as she was entering the Treaty House grounds at Waitangi, refuse few hours before the Queen was duo lay the mat. The refusal was in the belief that the eel would be a grave breach of Maori custom. After hurried talks among Maori leaders, Mr Neu P. Puriri, of Orakei. was chosen to lay the mat. He is a leading chief of the Ngati Hine and Ngapuhi tribes. The sacred kiwi mat woo kept from contact with the ground. Under it an ordinary Maori mat was sewn. AJWAta,244,0a. Jecret mere to &quot;protect&quot; Her Majesty Staff repot. WAITANGI, Monday. Today at Waitangi the Prime Minister, Mr Holland. will be banded by Mr Hone Rankin, a paramount chief of the Ngapuhi, a greenstone mere &quot;to protect the Queen.&quot; A weapon with a bloody h i story, it originally belonged to Chief Hongi Nike, and its name is Te Vim Thte is the first time this century that it has been brought from secret custody. It is being handed over in &quot;protection symbolism,&quot; and when the Queen leaves New Zealand it has to be returned by the Prime Minister to the Ngapuhi. Mr Rankin, himself taking part in the Maori ceremonial, will brandish another mere, which beitonge4 Pokitete, a famous sputa chief.
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1464AOYAL LOUR. 30. (Viaitan6i) Auckland Star 59/12/1955 Waitangi presentations CONFUSED when presented to the' Queen at Waitangi yesterday, an old Maori shook hands with her. alandurned. shook hands again, and,' unseeing. walked past the smiling. Duke of Edinburgh! Another old Maori presented to' ii.'iu7,:&quot;;ZikTt'agfutVt&quot;.(goaXas, oklanga Ile It thought to be the only survivor of the sperial Maori contingent Ito the coronation of Edward VII In August 1902. He is chief and pansy blind.
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1495ROYAL rOUh. 31. (ositangi) Herald 29/12/1953 o Her foro gat, an adore,. to Her Majesty in Until short time h front rd the Waitangi Treaty House '14Y's '16? the resort reeedore today: we, in doubt, for there AA; a tC11001 Ring Romni, gene. of thought maintained that who vac at tl,e nlon~es x aura! of the Maori tradition was about to be sir,- tot s their pee,t, ,lated. It had been stated that sacred Nthori mat would be pleeed on the Qt. &quot;On yoor arrival At Auckland. ynor onthide the Queen v car. Maori people extended to you the wel. 3. fact, it was a is. cloak which olite of the Tan. Te Rawer., a,. Nfaoris state slthold he toed only to hnlir of the Rhtek Red of ,nn place about the shoulders. To ate it Majesty's Parliament,&quot; hid NIr R.- illiderfoot. they said, degraded it. They ,ter a the klse maintained that there was no newel of ktanri oath of nung,nn?.&quot;Herenn Maori precedent for O.,' It el.],as Waith t,. ogi yoll recen both the milt&quot; mot. , Rel nn, Woe synThniisine., Ntr Mmlai Kowa, bad boon boo of troioto to the beams place the cloak beside the Maori people ear but otter meetings of the eiders Tainul Homage. he declined to go ahead with the cere- mony. Then 'Mr Pith Netted also rt. &quot;Haying been initintt4,15r'n? tilted and the Ninon authorities set ritual and ceremony. we are in &quot;0' about finding a sithstitoth. tonne according i to tradition to escort During the ,t,terno,. me &quot; th'Duke ofEli.'&quot; Paraone Kawiti Poriri agreed to place burgh to Rotorika. Het ithe cloak beside the Royal oar for Her the mine law I ranoot. pub an ariki Majesty to step A mat oilslintwbridee in eke Waikato. To do laid on the ground to protect r 011 ,rniat pay homage cloak and with sweeping gesture Mr Zisofa. 'skit seek. sec,k Pitriri spread the garment at Her arlY N'Tater. looking intent'y at the esTort thil both tee' the Torangawaewe elateltainly robs, delicately put one Itl tite nre the Crown for the first foot upon it d tapped to one side Lim, will reeeil the horn:, and before walking forward to be wel- allegiance of iny nephew Koroki and his Tainui people. Aim, this inY1 nephew and 1 will accompany boor Nisi,-sty amt the Doke to the porta101. ANOTHER FAMILY of the Te Arawa at Rotorua. &quot;Haring participated in nor ancient DIFFERENCE ritual ot, this sacred soil let there he ? no barriers, between us. like the treaty Model of Ancestral Canoe that our ancestors honoured with Qiisen Victoria do we hollow von. sp., WHANGIRKI Moth, Conr freely in love among your Maori Annlilrr id, n.? not pcople no straighthned out too whether a inodel anreas Queen Viothria, of the ancestral Ngapohi canoe which arrived from Hawaiki more than 600 Mr Rankin said. the MaoHh nkcdyears Ago should bo presented to the God for a venture and more of British ,en. rid, He inserted the Prime klinister. Th r e late Prini7eas To Puea had pe- Mr Holland. as the Queen's guardian and protector. while she in in New sentry' the model to the Ngapuhi Zealand, with the sacred mere nl Tribe and it was held by the elders Hongi Hika The mere was token to that it should not be given wetly. Ennd IRIS by their illostriolis The,. non nom,ngrnemno, on oh. 411101400 and WAs held by the hand of a that gmg Korn, non, King' George IV. take back the,oitt and re-pretest it, Ile helots of the Ngamihi women he hut the N., declined. Then it was ed kic 1114114 to accept gilts tor suggested that too women might make H., Majesty. 'who will direct if thee the preoentation and deposit it at Hoe remain at Waitangi or be sent to her Majesty's legit, hot stain no full agree- sert, in England.&quot;' meat was reached. ? It is Volimed, however, that the canoe ail! return to the Waikato with NO DECISION YET Mg Koroki, who will preunt it to ON MARAE CALL (.) WFIANCARKE. Mon0Y It is understood late tonight that on dAciAtiotl has eel. been made on whether the Royal party is to visit ilitAIJaAITACIVAP loathe on tilt. way to Hannitou on IVedorsday. Ariki Pleads. Kiwi Cloak As A For Call On Mat King Koro Causes Controversy wHaNGAuRf. Mend. 4A;#. ,;AR, f44 When the Queen stepped on Moos, croak as she left her car at A plea that the Queen should Ise entrance of the WRitangi visit the Tingawaewae mars, at Treaty rowind this afternoon she Ngaruaw hia to receive the homage placed her foot on a garment s hich and' allegiance of King Koroki was made by Mr Hone. Hoke Rankin. a hoof bee? the subjectof much argument before the ceremony. chief of the Ngapuhis, when he Sacred Mere
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152632. YAL TOUR (uiaitangi ) herald 49/12/1953 16 MAORI LEADERS PRESENTED King Korolii Includ ii;&quot;lict: Aackloodl The Whangarei List Persons presented at Kenaingtoti Park, Wbangaret. were: Tht Nf aye o yOrect. 4i Ei.=rArTgd'AT Mt, aVnre irn&quot; irk. Mr J!'11; E. Hz. Acrd. &quot;ONLY THAT MUCH&quot; A tive-year-okl girl who had a view of Hor Maj., wren the Royai party was passing through New L,rm on Lisa wav to Whennapai wa. later sated if she had,seen the her head and right stroulde, she replied: OM, sad that much.&quot; Mary t. Ant: e
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155733. artA aiYtn griOr Her ald ,9/12/1953 at (Otto Ztaltutb intrath AUCKLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1903 History Is Fulfilled At Waitangi Yesterd, for the brat rime the Royal Standard flew Dorn the tad flagstaff at Waitangi to mark the presence of Her Majesty the Queen in ground where New Zealand's 'nationhood had its beginning. Wai- , tenni Is too remote to he the scene to( fully representative national igetherings, except perhaps 31 )011g intervals. hut the nee,sarily brief ceremonies for Her Majesty were satisbing to ail who took part tin the welcome. There is mery reason to believe ;Rat the Royal visitors shared the `Pleasure felt by the Maoris who had come from far and near. For these thorium's the d, had A double signilleanee ; tbev could see and 11031. the Queen. and at the same time commemorate the sacred treaty of allegiance ,viticb forefathers and leadead signed 113 31,11 before. In the light of history it was quite appropriate to fit into one short hour naval ceremonial. a traditional 1 welcome. A religious service and a presentation party for repre. ten Calves of both races. The Royal New Zealand Nat, came naturally into the proceeding beeaussVfor some year. plot it has taken friendly in Waitangi. 19 rigged, tool has tines maintained, the present flagstaff. From that beginning it has assumed tile duty of hoidips a ceremony on each anniver ary of the treaty, February 6. This it in honour of the first Uovernor, Captain Hobson, who held a naval command on the New Zealand coa before he was sent to establish British sovereignty over these islands. The onnitnemorittinn 9130 takes account of Cop parts played at the time by Captain Nitta and the company of Herald, and hr the Rev. Ile,. Williams. a former nasal officer. A crown from The ensign staff of the old Philoniel surmounts the flagstaff. So ye,ferd, there W. A pleasant blending of historic associations. Waitangi become, increasingly a place of pilgrimage. espeeially foe pakeha and Maori children from all over Northland and esen farther afield. Now that the Queen has; honoured it with her presence, thel number of visitors every year will', probably gr.' evert more raPidlY Perhaps, too. February 6 will come to be the national day; it is already' so observed by New Zeal.
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1588ROYitL (waitangi) The Royal challenser at Waitangectare cd!, 4144e, ApOrs
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1619ROYAL 20n Oraitangi) Herald ,9/12/1953 HISTORIC SCENES AT WAITANGI ,.Traditional Welcome By 4000 Maoris Reprl WAITANGI. Monde, \_ The Queen had her first meeting with the Maori race this afternoon on the historic Treaty ground at Waitangi. She sat in the brilliant sunshine outside , the old Treaty House while the Maoris performed traditional hakas, powhiris aid poi dances. The Queen saw Maori women in the rustling flax skirts which were the fashion when Queen Victoria received allegiance from their forebears more than 100 years ago. And she also saw the fearsome ceremonial grimaces of Maori warriors. Memorable Scene More than 4000 Maoris, including' ins taialla, Ste Toka re- 156 busloads of Maori children, came treated in boot or the Royal couple to the Treaty ground to see their, they walked slowly to the seat ID Queen. Many of them sat in the Zlt `t'ti j taiTioIrnel,!7ge,Tinatt' tt. firniling heat for hours before Her, wnelno aratell lip near a' poelt- Majesty and the nuke of lin-kawa in fuli bloom nn ones side ni the ;burgh arrived by car from Kitikohe matte. With skirtswYlesr and their loiter 3&quot;'clnek. green tern Im,tds When the Queen did err: a t.;tacle which the Royal resitors are And the reen., hundreds ru Ivia ,sii likely to renunease, long after other ils tore sat en the Imundar1a. arts of their New Zeeland journey n.?. to Al, felled from memory. lief Ala{e,tv ~aothu em. TQueten atent, from leatiedtiforwar alightil and followed ost, delightful parts jher on to a k had been th e of &quot;, laid re by M II Pareoll Kewit, et the ceremony k plat. when Anne P,u who P la i T. Aurora Rn re, A shy l t live ,need. yearohl Maori giri in hill Maori dress, wed by 14 Duke prese Her Majesty with a bouquet. &quot;uiffrrs' presented thh figIalp the other and her handt ,pat to linister Mae. her mouth The Queen seemed pleased steed, former ed. with the smallest. of her Maori sub- e Waitangi Trust' jects who hail stood before her. Briar r Hirt Maihi Kawiti. e A lilting Poi W.'. 1113, altent\_ Wrnembel; thP hosrd 'claimed the Attention of the hey., ahines' Silent We a visitors And Olert religions ceremony. rhe Royal sisitots Waa conducted by the Rt Rev. W. N. of lderly lines two women Pena, Bishop of Aotearoa. t e 1'totted to black an ate, After speeches of welcome be Mr /.?, in the silentta,ia. on A. W. Smith. member of Parham., arrival at the front OP, th. Tr., ice Hobson. s,d Ste Hone Heka Hon, lice MAgetY ,r6s,Pd the Rankin, chi, of the Sgejeihi a ,tnaeat. nap, the not.?, owerd,rullp of Maori warriors hurled them- yoling natal reservists who had done entliaatirsdle into n halsa. dory oi, the der h., at tech. SnIne Maori chiefs and einem/leases land then the ,ited the Den were then peetented to the ()Keen and ,port naval base. the Duke. Her Majesty wee met be the mend kste Queen OR., in charge at Anckland, cip need by the Black Prince. whIcO Q'Xithre7V'tonottriVinil c'a 14. tain M. Hardie. and a Royal salute aindtsa hrare eight Anchored in the Her 'Shiest 'd &quot; oink bay within full view of the thank 044 for the triarl,or. fen r green With tile eneleletien of the lexeee- Fter17oetZerlthat my pion of I he guard the nasal pare of of - the cermemte was over. Tim ()seen and Ot-tineaOri-PeoidnantSlili br o0 the led to walk to for Trent.}t ' historic, ground Li, H111 telte But thee stooped short ncestors, or, ntory ,1, 'they weree erstifrentod by Mr Me sere elected to rime beneath the shstre'r- gar of the British Crown. 1 stn glad The Three Sticks to see how the two races are ]icing , And n'OrkinZ together SI I' Toka erirrirel not the treeran. j ook i? Nee, zenjni, and Ilie plaved three stickson the groom!. c thank e?? toe er,en. rtia. The first. tepreeeell, Tanga., the pray' that rot. 'may all ernoy 'ea t'a' I.&quot; Her '. M.:e4Y the, future of ee.,inereteing rairie. seentin. representing ro, the grin m it,. and harmonygOnd War'. The nee. gee,. had altemi tea'Papa. the mythiee! pareebtA'nnf the in the Treaty Hons., from sits, setstel 'Maori nee,e, was for the Prime Slim vice that was lised by King George V tinerribell in mina ahe!! with her gen.,l SPW Zealand as the Duke and Duchess lister stirk for Her Maieste 'ree anti Queen Slary during their visit to logy from Qi Victoria. All three; of Cornwall and York. sticks were taken yip he the Printer Maori farewell songs wete sung just Minister. the heeded theirs to thel before the Queen's -departure late to liter' 35.
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1650ROYAL OUR. (Waitangi ) Hone Heke Hankinls Address ) 4T -WAITANGI Welcome was 'off. the cuff' 'and from the heart AF-47,0-staff reporter Dispensing with the formality of a Government-prepared script, Mr Hone Heke Rankin, a paramount chief of Ngapuhi who had sat up all night writing speeobea and welcome to the Queen and the Duke of Edinb at Wai- then tearing them up, produced his own masteir at the tangi yesterday afternoon and read it preetii y the cuff.&quot; He expressed his owni,;t,fergt d and the thoughts in his own inde- Wero. symbolizing the key of penitent way. &quot;May it pleaseirreedom to the hearts of the Your Majesty,&quot; he said, iCaorl people. &quot;Haere te mana. Haerernai, 0 Rotorua te tapu. Haeramai te wehi.', bees Icy this Velem&quot;me to power, sanctity we are duty bound, and exalted majesty. according to tradition. to escort &quot;N rbv, on Christmas nay,. But Royal 181ahe was flag as hoisted rirdhi&quot;i`c; tms for the first time IV my anCestor law I cannot let pass another Ruatara' 'erykewu who per- resides law In the wai. formed by Mr Samuel Marsden. and ,tue en s Reply Auckland Star '69/12/1953 The Queen's reply The Queen. replying to tha welcome at Waitangi yesterday afternoon. salth-- &quot;I wish to thank yso 11 for the warns welcome You have given to me and ray husband coda, &quot;I am pleased that M, fill. opportunity of meeting a part of the lion people should be on this hiatoric ground where their sores- tore, ntOr cotes sTeith att shelter of the British Croton: t Am glad to see bow the two races are living and working an one people in Nen. 7ealand, rod I thank ow, all for your loyal words. -11 pray that you May all MY a tee of even Increasing ppeparity, her. many and gonelwilL? I The Royal guests had afternoon tea In the Treaty Hotta. from a silver service that watt used by King George V and Queen Mary during their visit to item Zealand as ate Duke and 'Duchess of Cornwall and York: kato. To do honour to pu, I firs' missionary to New must pa homage to him Mere- land. From that day Nth,&quot; Maori - fore I seek Your h FalestY's people, under Christian of gracious 'permission on behalf en, have advanced. of my peers and m people to )&quot;ct Mg. tchT, 1-rIt'iruueasrtv of siTrtniacgeboits'-'hecr'e Torus rsisirt; Queen Victoria, the treaty was fore, hi, time wiii rect., ,signed in the presence of Cap- the homage and allegiance Of lain William Hobson and Mr it, nephew, Koroki. and his James Busby and others. And Talnul people. After thin my ear ancestors ceded their lephew and I win accompany reignty over part of these isles. Hour long awaited Highness to the portals of Te Your Majesty and Ws Ron!. &quot;From that day dth. tdthestoss Arawa. At this sacred soil let and our fathers have waited far iredr\_ mnv rn\_ril7 uhttlitt. the hour when they maid rent aneest'ors'tho o'r'eeda with Queen their Sovereign and Chief.' Victoria. do we honour you. This great day would live tn Come freely In love among your the memory of the race as long Maori purple cut, in spirit as the race existed. ur ancestress,Queen VIctor. J Yet it was also a day of mourn- gust as did the great Queen of ing. They mourned the passing ,beloved memory offer us het of Queen Victoria and her sue. Royal protection. do we now cessore, guardians of their rights enfold ourselves under your mantle of love. and liberties. &quot;We, your humble children, &quot;We thank God for a century mourn the loss of your father. and inore of British rule. Though alien In blood, we are &quot;May peace, prosperity and kin with you by law And in every blessing abide with you allegiance. Pass, 0 father, to and yours for ever and ever.&quot; your teat with the mighty dead Ntr Rankin invested the Prime who went before thee. Rest thy head on the pillow that the sleeper be not disturbed. Oath renewed &quot;Here, In the presence of 'Your Majesty,&quot; the speaker con. tinned. &quot;we renew our oath et OrsnitnitZioinnot );'gesg Waitangi gave their all to Queen Victoria and her successors. Hearken. o ye people, today. We make a new treaty. New and yet old in as ,much as we confirm the old to which we add expre. Mons of continued loyalty of our generation. &quot;Here 0 Majesty, you have come from ends of the earth across great seas of Kiwa. You have come to your kingdom. It la well. for by so doing you have town closer the bonds of love which unite us all.&quot; At Auckland, he Bald. the Queen was given the welcome of the Talaha re kawae, syrre belie of the Black Rod of her Queen's guardian and protector while on these shores, with tat mina, the sacred mere of Hongt 14
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1681ROYAL TOUR (aaitangi) todel Canoe Gift of Te Puea to northern Tribes. Auckland Star 47/12/19b3 Queen didn't gets proposed gift by Northern Moods ArA-sw, reports, Asr A plan to present to the Queen a model of the ancestral NgaPuhi canoe which arrived from Hawalki more than 600 years e ago. fell through at Waitangi' yesterday. The nye northern Maori tribes failed to present the miniature. Partly because they could not make up their minds who should do it, and partly because tmi vision had been made for the presentation in the Ofhall PrarriTeeientation was origin.; ally to have been made by Maori Women, Welfare League. Then the women felt that IiIng Korokl should do it: but the Hing's council decided against It Is believed that King Korokl' might have considered making the presentation it It were not for the possibility of running foul of the tour organisers. Another factor was that King Korokl will probably want to give the Queen a gift himself when 8111. visits TuranRIitcc. TT her ocirnats? given tO the northern tt Ibex bv site later prinsessla Het
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1712dO1AL OUx. (daitangi) Auckland Star ',9/12/1953 44k Fierce hakas fasciritig. i Her Majesty. WHANGAREI. Tuesday. ? Rolling eyes, grimaces and gesticulations by the Tekoteko at the end of the hake lines drew the fascinated gaze of the Queen at Waitangi yesterday afternoon. Her Majesty paid very close attention in the t ceremortial,which was the main feature of the welcome. w nerFecraetcrgyornitt the Wirt 'g reof 7: hake group to grog the end, where his paces the Telsoteko was goingyle through! M and st. A great shout of lay greeted) the Royal couple. Ain et le1 ':,;:.grgr' olArotu/1 Rev. W. N. Panapa. and Ann Rolers. a fly small Maori girl, dropped a small curtsy when she presented a bouquet W the Queen. Action songs eloquently ex. ili,x1z;:ge,v1,rE=e iegP,r,!t= fngg hakas. and one of the \_high. was tre singing Isigest sang Pull Pull Rat&quot; Where It a Flower Chiefs presented Powhiris of special significance were enacted, speeches of wel come were made, and leading Maori chiefs and chleitainesses were presented, two of them in full warrior regalia. After the presentation of mem. hers of the Waitangi Trust Board and their wives. the Royal couple took afternoon tea la the Treaty House. For the Maori people of North. land It was a lifetime of expert enee crowded Into an untorgettathour. 38.
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1743ROYAL TOUR. 39. (itiltangi) Auckland Star ,9/12/1953 Aurktarth MO' WiTh WNW/ ARC INCOmIKMATIED t The hosing Ness, Morning N Tin Eche ead&quot;Sue TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1953 Waitangi was a splend4 \_ nd. his ire i occason e,A. TANGradle of\_ ,&quot; e,Lte araothat la. the li Ilion, as Lard BlOislua 014 ppened yesteedaY deagribed iook on 8444. ,;,.ery, nearly incredible that tlel significance yesterday. ; Witangi should have been a moon. An essential page , ognitted from the original Royal we, added to its history. Indeed, by reason of the visit of Her Majesty, and the words that were spoken during the ell-too-brief hour, all our history-books are now in need of revision the sense that what happened at 11 on February 6, 1840, must now be linked with the first coming of the reigning Sovereign to this historic (it might well be said, sacred) spot. Pakehas privileged to attend yesterday afternoon's ceremonies, and the many thousands who listened to the splendidly descriptive broadcast, were deeply impressed by the manner in which the Maori ft,icesman, Mr HoneHeke Ankin, linked history wifh the ' sent, in his address to Her 'esty. The essential point clearly madhe Maori e had waited for nearly / ears to greet their', v- \_. in person. Their jolt t greater in that they her in numbers on the very 8 where their ancestors had pledged their loyalty Great White Quee0' Now they greeted in love 3141 itinerary. True, the omis- sion was quickly noted, and the whole question taken up with a view to revision, early in tiSiPpear. That there should hey been any official reluc- tance to make alterations Is hard to understand. What is, of consequence is that the Queen herself, well-rend in New Zealand's history, immediately and graciously assented to a change, when the proposal was put to her by the Prime Minister. We can be sure that, even though Her Majesty had an extremely busy day, with fast and heavy travelling involvedy she found the Waitangi ceremonies a refreshing change ; from the more familiar and repetitive European assemblies. What&quot;uetdtangi provided the first nity for the Queen to d see really large num- of Maori folk in action. What little had been done bere, as on the day of asiOval, was by way of token Mb ? no more than a loyal gesture by the native race, as an aside to a major ceremony. But yesterday, on what is indisputably the Dominion's fealty the great-great-grand. most historic spot (in a claOhter of that Queen, and, national and secular sense, at notes her descendant only, but all events). and in a setting of as the reigning Queen of New unrivalled loveliness, the voice Zeeland. unrivalled loyal Maoridom rang loud thin the limits of the hour nd clear. It came from the al at was said and done wasverynnart of the race--awar. 1-11 y abbreviated. Yetk riot ruce, with the highest con- ers felt instinctively that &quot;,rtknelpf tradition. devotion itsthe Maori heart was teuched to natural patriotism. The ifs depths by the geese e, m, Queen needed no reminding of the Queen, that the livery the magnificent military trait- tions of her Maori subjects. sense of imagination for n'n,cn Listening to the great haka, so fierce, so unrestrained in its passionate expression of attachment to the Crown, it was impossible not to be deeply moved. It was easy for the imaginative to recall the fine spirit of the Maori Battalioo richly decorated ? at El Alamein, when it made the farthest advance under withering fire before Rommare stubborn lines were put to headlong retreat, and later in the Italian e race is 113310W1213d, was pro. foundly stirred. It seemed that' yesterday's events were ndt, only complementary to the signing of the famous Tread; hut, in some indefinable way,' completio necessary ep logue. Almost certainly, as storey-Is told and retold en t novae. that Mil be an eleme elaborate rathe than di which the imseiry and sym holism of&quot;Sfao oratory wit rnin i ch All in all. it can now be seen that a golden opportunity would have been turned to dust had Waitangi not been visited. Had it been possible, a full day there would have been fully merited. Now, perhaps for the first time. New Zealand must be fully aware of the debt of gratitude that this country owes to its former Govern -General, Lord Bledisloe, Lady Bledisloe, in making their great gift of the Waitangi estate, thus making a reality the long-cherished dream of Mr Vernon ' Read. Yesterday's ceremonies could not have been enacted against the appropriate background of the finely- restored old house had it not been for Lord Blediel.'s lively historical sense, and his generous and practical expression of it. No leas than February 6. BM, will Monday, December 2E, 1953, have its place in our island story. When much else concerning the first coming of the reigning Sovereign has been forgotten, the golden hour of a brilliant afternoon will be a precious memory for Maori and mkeha nee
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17744U. ROYAL POUR. (Turangawaewae) Auckland Star 29/12/1953 Queen expected at AsIthurangh-gamwaiewzgi: no ment that the Queen 'will visit King Korokl and the Waikato Maorls has yet been made. a spokesman at Turanicawaewee Pa. Naaruawahla. said this morn Ina that &quot;definite instructions&quot; that the Queen would call to. morrow had been received at Ulf Pl. Previously told that the Queen was definitely not comb. the Maori. never Mat faith that she would visit them, R. they cots tfnued to prepare for a Royal visit. It was because the Queen Nanow that Klnkgoingrraers'e'd&quot;IleeKoroklPrevious decisiatk not to go to WaItnnal. Ha Seas presemeo to Her time yesterday.
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180541. ROYAL sxortz mom]. 111,1,410 29/12/1953
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183642. ROYAL 'NUR. (Hone Rake Rankin Se mistaken for Ein2 Roroki RHO., WARNING holiALD 00/12/1953
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