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Robert John Sayers (27 January 1845 - 12 May 1919) was an
English-born Australian politician. Born on the Isle of Wight, he
was educated in England before migrating to Australia in 1863. He
was a goldminer in New South Wales and then Queensland, and became
a mine owner in Charters Towers. In 1888, he was elected to the
Queensland Legislative Assembly as the member for Charters Towers,
serving until 1893. In 1906, he was elected to the Australian
Senate as an Anti-Socialist Senator for Queensland, joining the
Commonwealth Liberal Party in 1909. He was defeated in 1913. Sayers
died in 1919 and was buried in Brisbane's Toowong Cemetery.
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