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Title Immigration Encouragement Particular Classes. Inmates of Workhouses
Date 1923
Document Type Newspaper; Correspondence
Reference A457,AH400/5
Library / Archive National Archives of Australia
Collection Name Correspondence files, multiple number series, first system
Description Advice from the Deputy Director, Migration and Settlement Office, to the Superintendent, Commonwealth Immigration Bureau in 1923 that a decision had been made to accept certain cases of immigrants submitted by the Poor Law Guardians.
Series Description The series consists of correspondence files covering a wide range of subjects which were submitted to the Prime Minister.
Theme(s) Politics, Legislation and Governance; Responses to Immigration
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) Australia
Places Brisbane, Queensland, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; London, England
Nationality Australian; English; European
People McBruce, Sargent S; Hurley, L; Rout, Ettie; Hunter, Percy; Cook, Sir Joseph; Farrand, H
Keywords poverty, workhouse, government, immigration, poor laws, finance, expenses, unemployment, application, assisted emigration, fare, emigrant selection, regulations, immigration agent, pauper, bounty emigration, commonwealth, legislation, Empire Settlement Scheme, Empire Settlement Act, push factors, newspaper, relief, administration, loan, telegram
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the National Archives of Australia catalogue.
Language English
Copyright National Archives of Australia