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No. 6 (Royal Tour)
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The Queen and the Maori people by the Rt Rev. W. N. Panapa 7
Royal Reception at Rotorua 9
Historic Visit to Waitangi 12
A Royal Visitor in Troubled Times 13
Moutoa, by Kaata 15
Past Royal Visits in Pictures 25
Rangataua Farmers' Club, by W. Ohia 29
The Work of Our Forefathers, by Rora Paki 32
Producing a Play 39
Waiata a Hinewahirangi, by R. T. Kohere 43
O Tatou Ingoa Maori, by R. T. Kohere 44
Whare Iti, by H. H. Martindale 46
The Home Garden, by R. Falconer 47
Crossword Puzzle 48
Maori Personalities in Sport, by Wallie Ingram 49
Women's World, by Beatrice Ashion 52
Short Essays in Maori 57
Tractor Accidents 60
The Farm that Won the Ahuwhenua Cup, by Gordon Mead 63
Special feature in this issue:
The Maori Gave His Best 18

Taken from the official publication, ‘Royalty in New Zealand, 1901’, this material gives a fine picture of the royal reception of that time. It is probable that the larger part of this material was from the pen of the late Sir Apirana Ngata.

The Minister of Maori Affairs: The Hon. E. B. Corbett

The Secretary for Maori Affairs: T. T. Ropiha, i.s.o.

Management Committee: C. J. Stace, ll.b., C. M. Bennett, d.s.o., b.a., dip. ed., dip. soc. sc., J. M. McEwen, ll.b.

Editor: E. G. Schwimmer, m.a.

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Printed in December 1953. Registered at the G.P.O., Wellington, for transmission through the post as a magazine.

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