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  • 'New Barracker', Sydney Mail, 15/08, 1923. Details
  • Ng Kumlin Ali, Bessie, Chinese in Fiji, University of the South Pacific, Institute of Pacific Studies, Suva, Fiji, 2002. Details
  • Ng Kumlin Ali, Bessie, 'Quong Tart and early Chinese business in Fij', The Journal of Pacific Studies, vol. 28, no. 1, 2005, pp. 78-88. Details
  • Ng, James, 'Chinese goldseekers in Otago, New Zealand', in P. Macgregor (ed.), Histories of the Chinese in Australasia and the South Pacific, Museum of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne, 1995, pp. 161-167. Details
  • Ng, James, Windows on a Chinese Past: Larrikinism and Violence: Immigration Issues: 20th Century Assimilation: Biographies, vol. 3, Otago Heritage Books, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1999. Details
  • Nichol, Barbara, 'Sweet and sour history: Melbourne's early Chinese restaurants', Memento, no. 34, January, pp. 10-12. Details
  • Nicholas, Diane & Sheehan, Mary, Faint Traces: Chinese in Hawthorn before the Second World War, Hawthorn historical Society & City of Boroondara Library Service, Hawthorn, 2002. Details
  • Norris, Ronald, The Emergent Commonwealth, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1975. Details
  • 'northbalwyn', This is the grave of Rev. James Moy Ling. At Melbourne cemetery, YouTube, 2008, Details
  • Num, Cora, 'A brief history of Poon Num and descendants', China Talk, vol. 4, no. 2, June. Details