Harper’s Weekly, January 7, 1882, page 7 (News Briefs)
Less than a year ago the Australians were complaining of the influx of Chinese. Lord Augustus Loftus, Governor of New South Wales, in closing parliament recently, said that the law restricting Chinese immigration had "attained its object without injustice to the Chinese residents, and without prejudice to the commercial interest of the colony." He did not say that the hoodlums were satisfied, and so it can not be conjectured whether that law would meet the approval of the anti-Chinese element in the United States.

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