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Report by G. Seymour Fort.

Part I.

A record of places visited, proceedings taken in connection with the erection of buildings, purchases of land, judicial matters, &c., judicial proceedings, and other administrative matters.

Part II.

Statement of the existing state of the country, the character of the natives, their system of land tenure, resources—actual and potential, &c.

Part III.

The views of the late Sir Peter Scratchley with regard to the present political position which British New Guinea occupies in the Anglo-Australia System—also his views with regard to its future position and future administration.