Te Haeata 1859-1862: Volume 3, Number 11: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

[p.1] Almanac
Notice giving publication and subscription details.
pp.1-2 The benefits of peace
Continuation of item in Vol. 3, No. 10.
Discusses the spiritual benefits of peace, proposing that Christianity and war cannot exist together. Warns that judgement and eternal punishment await those who wage war. Includes scriptural quotations.
pp.2-3 A word of caution
Personifies alcohol as Waipiro, a visitor to New Zealand, who steals, commits murder, and drags souls into hell.
Explains the term `Protestant' from the protestations of Martin Luther and others against the Church of Rome, and suggests a creed affirming Protestantism.
p.3-4 The Karens
Discusses the need for indigenous peoples to provide support for their ministers once they have accepted the Gospel message brought by missionaries, and to support the spreading of the Gospel to other lands. Exemplifies the Karen people [of Burma] and others as ones who do this.
The Herods
Discusses the four rulers named `Herod' in the Bible.
Remedy for coughs and suchlike
From Mr A. Asher, Auckland
Advertises cough lozenges and other remedies, at his Shortland St. premises.
Worm remedy
From Mr A. Asher, Auckland
Advertises remedy for internal worms.
Brief comments on love and the Devil.