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The empire of business, or, How to people Australia : an address / by Geo. W. Bell
Bib ID 2789737
Format BookBook
Author
Bell, George W. (George William), 1832-1907
 
Printer (Sydney : F. Clark)
Description Sydney : N.S.W. Chamber of Manufactures, [1906] 
52 p. : 1 port. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Address delivered in the I.O.O.F. Temple, Elizabeth Street, Sydney, Australia, under the auspices of the N.S.W. Chamber of Manufactures, January 10th, 1906 ; Jeffrey Denniss, Esq., President, in the Chair.

Subjects Australia -- Commerce -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Commerce -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Chamber of Manufactures of New South Wales
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How to people Australia

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