(Per Press Asooeiation.) Kauri Gum. Auckland, To-aay. Kauri gum having risen L2, large quantities are coming in. The Waste Lands Board propose recommending Parliament to impose an export duty on kauri gum, and to issue licenses to dig, similar to miners’ rights. Fire. A fire broke out in William’s bakery, Grey street, last night, through hot ashes being left in an exposed place. The damage was slight, and the fire quickly extinguished. A Memorial to the New Governor. Grahamstown, To-day. Owing to the agitation initiated here re the Patetero Block, a monster meeting will be held shortly to adopt a memorial to Governor Gordon on his arrival in the colony, protesting against the giving of the Vice-regal assent to the withdrawal of the proclamation. The Te Aroha Goldfield. There are now sixty prospectors at the To.Aroha goldfield. Sudden Death. Dunedin, To-day. William Di-ysdale, drysalter, dropped down dead in George street yesterday, from heart disease.
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