|The New South Wales Aborigines's Advocate.||1|
|New South Wales Aborigines’ Mission. (UNDENOMINATIONAL.)||2|
|The N.S.W. Aborigines’ Advocate||2|
|N.S.W. Aborigines’ Advocate.||2|
|“Seeing is Believing.”||2 , 3|
|“But my God shall supply your Needs.||3|
|A Word in Season,||3|
|Sour Beer for Blacks.||3|
N.S.W. Aborigines' Mission. (1901). The New South Wales Aborigines' advocate : a monthly record of missionary work amongst the Aborigines Retrieved February 25, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-563116672
N.S.W. Aborigines' Mission. The New South Wales Aborigines' advocate : a monthly record of missionary work amongst the Aborigines Leichhardt, [N.S.W.]: T.E. Colebrook, 1901. Web. 25 February 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-563116672>
N.S.W. Aborigines' Mission. 1901, The New South Wales Aborigines' advocate : a monthly record of missionary work amongst the Aborigines T.E. Colebrook, Leichhardt, [N.S.W.] viewed 25 February 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-563116672
| author1=N.S.W. Aborigines' Mission.
| title=The New South Wales Aborigines' advocate : a monthly record of missionary work amongst the Aborigines
| section=80 no. ; 28 cm.
| issue=No. 44 (28 Feb 1905)
| location=Leichhardt, [N.S.W.]
| publisher=T.E. Colebrook
| access-date=25 February 2021
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