A fricnil has loancd us a copy of the llNcw Zealnndcr," a paper printed at Auoklnnd, the j)rincipal English settlement in New Zealand. It is dated Dec. 13, 1815, and being printed on the borders ofÃ¶annibaiism, is quite a curiosity. It contains scvcval columns of advertisements : slnpplBg news : a summary oÃ' English news : the mersage of the Colonial Governor, and the doings of the Legislative council : several communicatiotis on the condition of the nativos : the donation of fivc guineas to thc Vclyan Mission of thc Govcrnor : thc address of the order of Odd Fcllows to the Governor on lus u-rival, and his Exccllency's rcply : and notices ofthe preparations in the Colony for subduing the hostile and 'rcbellious natives" to English subjection ; with accounts of the quarrels ofthe natives among themselves. Tlie Anglo Saxon race, there as elscwlicrc, will in time either extermÃnate thc na tivcsor incorpÃ³rate them into the nationality ofthe victors. The price of this paper, which is published weekly, is 26 shillings per annum. It is about half-the size of ours, and is well printed. It lacks, however, ono evidenco of civilization very common in American papers - there yxtfi not a Have adverliscd in it!