No necessity impose any restriction

Record of a phone call and urgent telegram to the Collector of Customs, Adelaide

No necessity impose any restriction
Page(s): 1  
Title: No necessity impose any restriction
Subtitle: Record of a phone call and urgent telegram to the Collector of Customs, Adelaide
Date: 1909
Content creator: Atlee Hunt, Secretary, Department of External Affairs
Keywords: immigration, White Australia Policy, restriction, shipwreck, sailor
Record creator: Australian Customs Service, State Administration, South Australia
Reference: D596, 1909/687

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No occasion test survivors

No occasion test survivors

Urgent telegram to Customs

02 February 1909

Shipwrecked Asiatics

Shipwrecked Asiatics

Newspaper article – published correspondence of Senator Pulsford

06 February 1909

The work of prohibition

The work of prohibition

Minute to the Inspector about accommodation, dictation tests and bonds, with annotation

02 February 1909

Vessel sunk off Troubridge Hill

Vessel sunk off Troubridge Hill

Telegram to the Collector of Customs at Port Adelaide

01 February 1909

Wreck of <em>Clan Ranald</em>

Wreck of Clan Ranald

Memorandum for the Secretary, Department of External Affairs, Melbourne

04 February 1909