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[i*ku kbi;tkk’s xoknuy.] No Coalition. Mklbouenk, Yesterday. The political situation in the Legislative Assembly is unchanged, and no

coalition has yet been formed in regard to Mr Berry’s want of confidence motion. A House in Quarantine. Melbourne, To-day. The premises in Swanston street, occupied by Nimbs as a shop and residence, have been placed in quarantine by the Health Officer, as it is believed Mrs Nimbs is suffering from small pox. Considerable excitement has been caused by the reported fresh outbreak of variola. Constitutionalists to the Rescue. A caucus of Constitutionalists was held yesterday, at which it was decided to support the Government against Mr Berry’s “No Confidence ” motion. Ministers now expect a majority of fifteen. A Total Wreck. Intelligence is to hand that the barque Garstang, 301 tons, has become a total wreck at Amoy, China. The officers and crew were saved.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 626, 3 May 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 626, 3 May 1882

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