Ah Hong, Chinaman [The Bulletin, 21 August 1886]

[Editor: This untitled article, about a Chinese man being buried with both Anglican and Chinese traditions, is an extract from the “Personal items” column published in The Bulletin (Sydney, NSW), 21 August 1886.] [Ah Hong, Chinaman] Ah Hong, Chinaman, recently buried at Bombala, had coin; consequently he was much respected, and his honoured corpse was […]

The Chinese in Australia: Their vices and their victims [The Bulletin, 21 August 1886]

[Editor: This article about Chinese in Australia was published in The Bulletin (Sydney, NSW), 21 August 1886. A related article appeared in the same issue, “The Chinese must go”.] The Chinese in Australia. Their vices and their victims. Disease, defilement, depravity, misery, and crime — these are the indispensable adjuncts which make Chinese camps and […]

“The Chinese must go” [The Bulletin, 21 August 1886]

[Editor: This article, about Chinese in Australia, appeared in the “Plain English” column, published in The Bulletin (Sydney, NSW), 21 August 1886. The article referred to in the first paragraph is “The Chinese in Australia: Their vices and their victims”, which appeared in the same issue of The Bulletin.] “The Chinese must go.” The Bulletin […]

The Chinese and the diggers at the Rocky River [letter to the editor, 3 August 1861]

[Editor: A letter from a miner, regarding problems between European and Chinese miners at the Rocky River goldfield. Published in The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, 3 August 1861.] The Chinese and the diggers at the Rocky River. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. Gentlemen — As you have copied a correspondence […]

John Chinaman’s Marriage [song by Charles Thatcher, 1857]

[Editor: This song by Charles Thatcher was published in Thatcher’s Colonial Songster, 1857.] John Chinaman’s Marriage. A New Original Song by Thatcher, as sung by him for 400 nights. “Tune — “County Gaol.” Good people all give ear, I pray, To what I am about to say; About a Chinese chap, Ching Chong, I’m going […]