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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 16. AKARANA, APERIRA, 1890. Registered as

No. 16. AUCKLAND, APRIL, 1890. a Magazine.

" He pono te korero, a e pai ana kia tangohia

rawatia, i haere mai a karaiti, Ihu ki te ai ki te

whakaora i te hunga hara. "—1 Timiti i. 15.

"This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all

acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world

to save sinners. "—! Timothy i. 18.

"Na, Ma tatanga ano hoki koutou: no te mea

ka puta mai te Tama a te tangata i te haora e

lore ai koutou e mahara. "—MATIU 24, 44.

TE HU KI ROTO I TE TAKIWA

HERE-NGAWHA, 1886.

WAIHOTIA taua mea he tata tonu ki a

tatou whare hei tohu whakatupato

tonu mo tatou. I taua wa e korero kau ana

nga tangata katoa i runga i nga mea miharo

o taua hu; e mea tika ra kia tupato tatou

engari koa e hoa e korero ana i tenei korero

kua whakatupatoria ranei koe i te aha

kahore ranei ?

I te 9 o nga ra o Hune, 1886, i haere nga

mea katoa o te ao nei i runga i o ratou

tikanga. Na, i mohio noa, i whakaaro noa

iho ranei nga tangata o taua takiwa i a

ratou e haere ana ki o ratou moenga i taua

po tera ka tino raruraru to ratou moe i te

aitua nui whakahahara, i te nganga kino, i

nga tohu me nga miharo i runga i raro i nga

taha katoa hoki e kawe mai ana ki te

, tokoma te whakahau o te Atua.

"* Be ye also ready: for in such an hour as

ye think not the Son of Man cometh. —MATT.

24, 44.

THE ERUPTIONS IN THE LAKES

DISTRICT-JUNE, 1886.

BY this circumstance at our very doors,

which at the time was the topic of

conversation wherever one turned, we might

well have been again warned; but were

you, my reader, and with what result ?

With things going on as usual on the 9th

' of June, 1886, was it expected I ask by the

inhabitants of the Lakes District on going

to bed that night, that they would be dis-

turbed from their slumbers by hitherto

unheard of noises and signs and wonders

from above, beneath and around, bringing

to so many a summons from God.

Scripture clearly defines man's position.

If he has faith which appropriates the

words of the Lord for himself he will

be saved, if he rejects he will be lost,

"I came not to call the righteous but