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AUSTRALIAN.

[pkr kbutbr's agency.) Verdict for Plaintiff. Brisbane, To-day. In the action Cullen v. South New Zealand Gold-mining Company of Gympie, Queensland, a verdict was returned for the plaintiff. Roasting the Reptiles. Melbourne, Yesterday. The reptile house in the Zoological Gardens has been destroyed by fire, and a large number of the exhibits have been burnt. Couldn't Agree. Chief Justice Sir William Forster Stawell has resigned the Chancellorship of the University in consequence of a serious disagreement. Mixed Up.

A serious collision occurred at Maryborough railway station to-day. Several persons were more or less injured.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 632, 10 May 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 632, 10 May 1882

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