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Hurue: A Boy of the South Seas



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By Adelaide D. Wellman

ISBN: 0816346844 | 62 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2016

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“Weary” was Ora’s best attempt to say “Will”. This was the name of a dissipated young European who had lately come to the island. Hurue knew that the fellow was not to be believed; but instead of saying so, he quietly asked, “If Weary says that Timmy is a liar, how do we know that Weary is not lying?” 

That reasoning was too deep for Ora. He was silent a few moments; then he remarked, “Weary says the islanders would be better off if the missionaries had never come here.” 

Hurue had heard such talk before, and he was ready with a reply: “If the missionaries had never come here, the islanders might offer Weary as a sacrifice to their heathen gods, as they used to offer any one they didn’t like. Besides, Ora, if the missionaries had never come, you and I might have been killed when we were babies, as so many were in the heathen times.”

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage line up and is printed on demand. Please allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability.

“Weary” was Ora’s best attempt to say “Will”. This was the name of a dissipated young European who had lately come to the island. Hurue knew that the fellow was not to be believed; but instead of saying so, he quietly asked, “If Weary says that Timmy is a liar, how do we know that Weary is not lying?” 

That reasoning was too deep for Ora. He was silent a few moments; then he remarked, “Weary says the islanders would be better off if the missionaries had never come here.” 

Hurue had heard such talk before, and he was ready with a reply: “If the missionaries had never come here, the islanders might offer Weary as a sacrifice to their heathen gods, as they used to offer any one they didn’t like. Besides, Ora, if the missionaries had never come, you and I might have been killed when we were babies, as so many were in the heathen times.”

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