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TE HOA MAORI, WITH GOOD NEWS FOR ALL

" 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 8.) AKARANA, APERIRA, 1888. (Registered as No. 8. ) AUCKLAND, APRIL, 1888. U Magazine. "Heoi e whakakitea nuitia ana e te Atua tona aroha ki a tatou, i a tatou hoki e hara ana, ka mate a te Karaiti mo tatou." Roma iv. 8. "God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." Romans v. 8. HE REO NO TE HOHONU NUI.

I TE timatanga raumati ka oho nga tangata o Toronawei te taone nui o nga motu o Hepereri, e timata ana hoki ki reira te ngahuru mahi koheru a te Kota, a, o hui atu ana ki reira tu rau noa atu o te kai-tuku ika i nga wahi tuawhenua katoa, ki te mahi i ta ratou mahi. He rawe to titiro utu, a te kai matakitaki, aua ka whakau nga poti ki nga wapu i to ata, ki te ope ki utu i nga ika i haoa i te po. Hohoro tonu te ao i nga koheru ki te kete, me te whiu ki uta, kia unahia, kia Whakamaroketia, kia. taka e tetahi tini tane wahine hoki, kia we tu utaina ki nga tima me era atu kaipuke, ma era e kawe atu ki nga makete o era atu whenua o te ao. Ko "Herena Ani" tetahi o nga kaipuke, i tae atu ki reira i a Hune nei, no F—; ko A P— te rangatira; ko ana tama tokorua me tetahi tokowha atu nga tangata o runga. Ko P— he karaitiana pono; ta ratou ko ! ona hoa pai he tu i waenganui taone he whakapuaki i te rongo pai o ta te Atua aroha whakahara. He nui te huinga atu I ki reira o te kai hao ika, ata whakarongo ai

) ki te kupu i kauwhautia. A VOICE FROM THE DEEP.

IN the early summer the usually quiet little town of Stornoway, the capital of the Hebrides, is all astir. The season of the great Scotch herring industry begins there, and many hundreds of hardy fisher- men come from all parts of the mainland to ply their busy calling. A lively scene presents itself to a stranger, when, after a successful night's fishing, the boats come crowding into the bay, the men all eager to reach the quays and land their .fish. Quickly the herrings are shovelled into baskets, and swung ashore, to be cleaned, cured, and packed, by immense numbers of men and women from all parts, engaged for that purpose. This done, they are then loaded on steamers, and other vessels, specially chartered to convey them to the home and foreign markets. Amongst the boats which arrived this last June was the "Helen Anu," from F——. The skipper, A. P——, with his two sons, and four other men, formed the crew. P—— was an earnest Christian, who rejoiced to stand with others in the little town square, and tell out the glad