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by: | publication date: May 24, 1883 | Publication: The Age | pages: 5

"Such facts, and the experience of several years, have led some of the best authorities to assert that the traffic can never be regulated, and therefore ought to be abolished. But in Queensland there is a conflict of opinion on the subject, and it is scarcely possible that there will be an entire cessation of the trade until the islanders either get too wary for the tricky labor vessels, or are too scarce to trouble about.

A passage from the Launceston Examiner published in The Age on the topic of labor trafficking.

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