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WITH

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL,

" I haere mai hoki te Tama a te tangata ki te rapu ki te whakaora i re 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 30 AKARANA. OKETOPA, 189: Registered as

No. 3O AUCKLAND, OCTOBER, 1893.. a Magazine.

" Ka mea a Ihu ki a ratou, Ko ahau te taro o te ora: ki te haere I mai

tetahi ki a au, e kore rawa ia e hiakai: ki te whakapono hoki tetahi ki a au,

mutu ake tona mate wai. " Hoani 6, 35.

"Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to Me

shall never hunger; and he that believeth on Me shall never thirst. "

John 6, 3o.

TE HUNGA E. HUNA ANA KI ROTO

I TE KAIPUKE.

TERA tetahi kaipuke pai ko H——, i

rere mai i te turanga kaipuke o

Inia ko te Hauauru i Ranana ki

Merepona i te 20 o nga ra o Mei

1889. Ko B——, te Kapene o taua kaipuke.

1 te toru o nga ra o tona rerenga mai i

Ranana ka whakatata ki Poatarana i te

Ingarihi Tianara, katahi nga tangata o

te kaipuke i kitea nga tamariki tokorua e

huna ana kei te takatoranga waro kei te ihu

o te kaipuke. I noho raua i reira i nga ra

e toru, engari o raua kai kahore e mohiotia

te aha, te aha.

E nui o raua tohe ki te Kapene kia kaua

ia e tuku i a raua ki uta, engari me whakaae

o raua haere ki Atareria. Kua whakaaetia

o raua tono, a ka wehea raua ki o raua mahi.

Tera he ture na te Kapene o taua kaipuke

kia kaua e whakahau te tamaiti tauhou i

runga i te kaipuke kai piki ki runga, engari,

mehemea e hiahia ana ia ki te pera, kei a ia

te whakaaro mo tera, kia kaua nga Ateha e

THE STOWAWAY.

THE good ship II——-, Captain B——,

sailed on May 20th. 1889, from the

South West-India Docks, London,

on a voyage to Melbourne, Austra-

lia.

When three days from London, and off

Portland, in the English Channel, two lads

were discovered who had stowed themselves

away in the fore-peak, amongst the coal;

where for this time they had subsisted as

best they could.

As they pleaded not to be put ashore,

but to be given a passage to Australia, they

were put one in each watch.

It was a rule of the Captain's that no boy

who had not been to sea before should be

sent aloft, but if any voluntarily went, the

Officers were not to stop them. Usually, an

order being given, the first man in the

rigging went aloft to carry it out; and at

times two would compete for the honor, and

one had to be called down. The two stow-

aways were, however, constantly seen aloft,