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AUSTRALIAN.

[PKK UKUTEII's AIIENCV.] Coursing. Melbourne, Yesterday. The concluding course for the Australian Cup was run to-day, and was won by Proserpine. The Political Crisis. Melbourne, To-day. Great uncertainty prevails as to the final issue of the present political crisis. Rumors of a coalition are being increasingly circulated, but at the same time it is, in well-informed quarters, deemed possible that a compromise will be effected between the Government and France. The s.s. Ranelagh. Brisbane, Yesterday. The steamship Ranelagh, which went ashore at King’s Reef, near Cardwell, on the 12th ult., arrived in harbor today. A Marine Board enquiry into the cause of the wreck will be held on Monday next.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 665, 17 June 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 665, 17 June 1882

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