Papua - petitions to the Minister for External Affairs from residents of the Eastern Division asking for more representation of the public in the Legislative Council and an elected advisory representative to be stationed in Melbourne during sessions; the establishment of a wireless telegraph station at Samarai; and the exclusion of Asiatic labourers - 1911

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(1911). Papua - petitions to the Minister for External Affairs from residents of the Eastern Division asking for more representation of the public in the Legislative Council and an elected advisory representative to be stationed in Melbourne during sessions; the establishment of a wireless telegraph station at Samarai; and the exclusion of Asiatic labourers - 1911 Retrieved December 8, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2796525286

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Papua - petitions to the Minister for External Affairs from residents of the Eastern Division asking for more representation of the public in the Legislative Council and an elected advisory representative to be stationed in Melbourne during sessions; the establishment of a wireless telegraph station at Samarai; and the exclusion of Asiatic labourers - 1911 [Melbourne]: Government Printer for the State of Victoria, 1911. Web. 8 December 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2796525286>

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1911, Papua - petitions to the Minister for External Affairs from residents of the Eastern Division asking for more representation of the public in the Legislative Council and an elected advisory representative to be stationed in Melbourne during sessions; the establishment of a wireless telegraph station at Samarai; and the exclusion of Asiatic labourers - 1911 Government Printer for the State of Victoria, [Melbourne] viewed 8 December 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2796525286

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