Intercolonial Conference : despatch and memorandum from the High Commissioner for the Western Pacific relative to the report of the Intercolonial Conference regarding the state of affairs in Polynesia and the powers of the High Commissioner

Corporate Author: Great Britain. High Commission for Western Pacific Islands
Other Authors: Gordon, Arthur Hamilton, Sir, 1829-1912
Published: Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Acting Government Printer, 1881
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1880-81, no. 71
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Item Description: "Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
"Arthur H. Gordon" High Commissioner for the Western Pacific
Other mentions: Apia p. 4, Aratuga (Polynesian native) p. 3, 4, Rev. George Brown p. 3, HMS Conflict p. 3, [John] Daly (Captain of the Heather Bell) p. 4, HMS Emerald p. 2, Farm Cove p. 2, Fiji p. 6, Government of the colony Fiji p. 2, 3, 6, [Sir John] Gorrie (Chief Justice of Fiji/chief judicial commissioner Western Pacific) p. 2, 3 4, 5, House of Commons p. 5, India p. 6, [Charles S.] Kilgour (captain of the Mystery) p. 4, Lord Augustus Loftus p. 2, Rev. Mr. Murray p. 2, Mystery (Charles Kilgour's ship) p. 3, New Guinea p. 5, New Hebrides p. 4, New South Wales Supreme Court p. 4, Nukualofa p. 4, Pacific Islands Protection Acts [given as Western Pacific Acts] p. 4, Hon. A[rthur] H[unter] Palmer p. [1], Prosperity (ship) p. 2, Queenslander (pseud. of letter writer to the Sydney Daily Telegraph 16th Dec. 1880 under heading "Massacre in the South Seas") p. 2, [Royal Navy] Australian Station/Squadron p. 2,3, Samoa p. 4, "Sandfly" men p. 5, Sydney Daily Telegraph p. 2, 4, 6, Sydney Morning Herald p. 2, [Julian] Thomas (alias of John Stanley James who used the pen name 'The Vagabond'/author of newspaper articles/letters in the Sydney Daily Telegraph censuring the High Commissioner for the Western Pacific, the Commodore commanding the Australian squadron (Wilson) & the Chief Judical Commissioner for the Western Pacific (Gorrie)) p. 2, 6, Tonga p. 4, United States Government p. 5, Captain William Waite (master of a Fiji recruiter) p. 4, and Commodore Wilson p. 2, 3, 4, 5
Physical Description: 6p. ; 33cm.