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AUSTRALIAN.

[Pet Renter's Agency.) Chinese Immigration. . Sydney. Jan. 20. The Intercolonial Conference met again to-day, the, f lon. T. Dick being present, as representative of New Zealand. The question of the influx of Chinese was. mnder consideration sdur-’ ing the greater part of the and

resolution was finally passed setting forth that the introduction of Chinese at the public expense in one colony was prejudicial to all the colonies. A, commute was further appointed f° a memorial to the Home -Goveifejnetil? on the subject. The memorial' will move representations in- faypr versal of the action of the Govern merit in Western Australia in originating a scheme for Chinese immigration. The resolution passed by the Conference, that the introduction, of-phinese at.lhe public expense in one,colony is prejudicial to all colonies, has special re-r ference to the Western AustraHgu, scheme as recently gazetted.. A Steamer Ashore. The steamship Collarvy, belonging ■to the Newcastle*-Steam ship Company and regular trader between Nescastle and Sydney, has run ashore to the northward, of Manly beach, oh the’ coast, near Sydney. She .is expected to get off agaih soon.' . , ;

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 248, 21 January 1881

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 248, 21 January 1881

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