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TE HOA MAORI,

WITH

" I haere mai hoki te Tama a te tangata ki te rapu ki te whakaora i te mea i ngaro. " Ruka 19, 10.

" For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. " Luke 19. 10.

NAMA 17. AKARANA, HURAE, 1890. Registered as

No. 17. i AUCKLAND, JULY, 1890. a Magazine.

" I werohia ia mo o tatou he, i tukitukia

ia mo o tatou kino; nona te whiunga i mau ia to

tatou rongo, kei ona karawarawa hoki he rongoa mo

tatou. "-Ihaia 53, 5.

" He was wounded for our transgressions, Ee was

bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our

peace was upon him, and with His stripes we are

healed. "—Isaiah 53, 5.

""RERE ATU KIA ORA AI KOE.

"Kia rite ou mea mo te wa e tutaki ai koe 1d

to Atua"—AMOHO 4, 12.

I TE marama tuarua o te tau nei e rere

ana he tima, ko Kueta te ingoa, i

Kukataone ki Ranana, he utanga taonga,

290 nga tangata eke. I pakarua whakareretia

te kaipuke ki te kohatu huna, a ngaro tonu

iho atu te tima me te nuinga o nga tangata

eke. He tangata mohio te kapene ratou ko nga

heremana; ka pai hoki te rangi; na reira,

ki a nga tangata eke whakaaro, kahore he

wehi, engari he ahuareka rawa te rerenga.

E kiia ana ka whakapau nga tangata me

nga wahine o te kapine i nga ra, ko te

whakatangi i te piano, ko te waiata ko te

kanikani; ka rite tonu te koa o era atu tan-

gata.

Kua po te ra o te 28 o nga ra o Pepuere,

mau tonu nga mahi me nga tikanga o aua

tangata me nga wahine, pera tonu me-to te

ESCAPE FOR THY LIFE. "

" Prepare to meet thy God"—AMOS 4, 12.

THE steamer Quetta, which left Cook-

_ town in February for London with a

full cargo and 290 souls on board, met with

a fearful disaster by which a great number

of the passengers and crew suddenly

perished. The vessel was officered by ex-

perienced seamen, and everything seemed to

promise a pleasant and prosperous voyage.

All seemed happy. The saloon passengers,

it is said, passed the time with music, songs

and dancing; the others were just as merry.

On the night of the 28th February none

anticipated the appalling scenes so soon to be

witnessed. While groups were scattered

about the ship, talking of the prospective

pleasures of the trip, others lazily enjoying

the warm summer's night, some ladies sing-

ing and practising for a Concert in the Music

Saloon, suddenly a shock was felt which