1911 Australian referendum

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The 1911 Australian Referendum was held on 26 April 1911. It contained two referendum questions.

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Results [1]
Question NSW Vic Qld SA WA Tas States in favourVoters in favourResult
(4) Trade and Commerce NoNoNoNoYesNo1:539%Not carried
(5) Nationalisation of Monopolies NoNoNoNoYesNo1:540%Not carried

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References

  1. Handbook of the 44th Parliament (2014) "Part 5 - Referendums and Plebiscites - Referendum results". Parliamentary Library of Australia. Archived from the original on 29 September 2017.

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