Samarai


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Samarai

(săm`ărī), small island (59 acres/23.9 hectares), at the southeastern tip of Papua New Guinea, New Guinea island. It is a commercial and shipping center and a port of entry. An important European settlement before World War II, it was destroyed by Japanese bombing in 1942.
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The Rossel islanders were familiar with the English term 'sentence' as several men from the island had been sentenced to jail at Samarai for various delicts.
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This station maintained communications with Samarai, in Papua, plus Thursday Island, and the Australian stations at Cooktown and Townsville.
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