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NEW ZEALAND

(Per Press Association,) To Artists. Auckland, To-day. The Auckland Society of Arts will offer prims for competition throughout the colony.

Died in Gaol. A Maori named Thaka, under sentence in the gaol, died from bronchitis. A Female Evangelist. A female evangelist has arrived, and preaches to-morrow. Mr. Proctor. Mr. Proctor’s lecture was largely attended. Rival Working Men’s Champions. Garrad, the labor agitator, held a meeting last night, but was unsuccessful. He was severely handled by a rival working men’s champion. The Judical Changing. Dunedin, To-day. The Chief Justice and Judge Gillies alternately take Judge Williams’ circuits while the latter is on leave of absen. a. A Prisoner to the Rescue. At Port Chalmers yesterday, a prisoner named Edwards, employed on the hulk, was instrumental in saving a girl from drowning in the harbor.

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NEW ZEALAND Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 220, 18 December 1880

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