Returning, however, in greater force, one party crossed the Manukau and attacked the Tipitai (Awhitu) and other villages.
These people were returning from Waikato by canoe via Manukau and Tamaki.
She then coasts down and enters the Manukau Harbour, going up to Onehunga to unload.
Onehunga is a small port on Manukau harbour, served by rail.
On the Manukau and Waitemata, large fleets of canoes for fishing and war purposes were maintained.
A road leads to Manukau, a distance of ten miles, where a coach can run the whole way.