Hauhauism: An Episode in the Maori Wars 1863-1866
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THE LAST OF THE NGATI MAMOE. By Horace Fildes.
FIRST NEW ZEALAND CHRISTMASES. By A. H. and A. W. Reed.
ADVENTURES OF A WHITE BOY AMONG THE MAORIS. By A. H. Reed.
THE COMING OF THE MAORI TO AO-TEA-ROA. By A. W. Reed.
THE MAORI AND HIS FIRST PRINTED BOOKS. By A. W. Reed.page 92
|THE MOTHER TONGUE IN NEW ZEALAND. By Professor Arnold Wall. A handy book of reference dealing with pronunciation and use of words in this country . . Paper 2/-, Cloth||4/-|
|THE ELFIN DELL. A book of verse by Johannes Andersen. Choice poems that breathe the spirit of New Zealand life. Stiff board cover, with coloured illustration. 2/6. De Luxe edition, leather, signed||7/6|
|RUTHERFORD WADDELL. A Memoir by Professor J. Collie, together with extracts from Dr. Waddell's writings. Worth 7/6. Illustrated. First cheap edition||3/-|
|EARLY MAORILAND ADVENTURES OF J. W. STACK. Edited by A. H. Reed. The first cheap edition. Ideal for prizes, and as a gift book. Illustrated||3/6|
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|NOT OF GENESSARETH. By A. M. D. Dinneen. Romance and adventure in China. 3/6. Full cloth binding||5/6page 93|
|THE PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT FOR DIABETIC PATIENTS. By Dr. H. B. Ewen. Complete with recipes and food tables. A book for the patient||3/6|
|A POOR SCHOLAR. By C. R. Allen. The first cheap edition of this famous New Zealand novel||4/6|
|THE LAUDER BROTHERS, NEW ZEALAND. By A. A. Clapperton. A novel of New Zealand life||4/6|
|HAUHAUISM. By S. Barton Babbage. An episode in the Maori Wars, 1863–1866||4/6|
|THE AMAZING CAREER OF EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD. By Dr. A. J. Harrop||4/6|
|BARBARA PROSPERS. By Mary Scott. A charming book of stories and sketches of life in the backblocks||5/-|
|ADVENTURES IN GEYSERLAND. By Guide Warbrick. Fully illustrated||5/-|
|AN ULSTER PLANTATION: THE KATI KATI SETTLEMENT. By A. J. Gray. Illustrated||6/-page 94|
|RECOLLECTIONS AND REFLECTIONS OF AN OLD NEW ZEALANDER. E. Maxwell. Illustrated||6/-|
|A TRADER IN CANNIBAL LAND. By James Cowan. The illustrated life-story of Hans Philip Tapsell||6/-|
|TALES OF THE MAORI BUSH. A collection of delightful stories of Maori and Pakeha, by James Cowan||7/-|
|MAC'S MEMOIRS. By Dr. G. H. Cunningham. The flying-life of the late Squadron-Leader McGregor. Well illustrated. 7/6. De luxe edition, extra-illustrated, leather||20/-|
|MORE MAORILAND ADVENTURES OF J. W. STACK. Edited by A. H. Reed. Further adventures in the life of this noted missionary and student. Illustrated. 7/6. De luxe edition, leather, signed, extra-illustrated||15/-|
|SCALPEL AND SWORD. By Sir James Elliott. An outstanding autobiography||7/6|
|ENGLISH THEME. By Margaret Johnston. An unconventional travel book. Illustrated||7/6page 95|
|OUT ON THE ROAD. Another outstanding book of travel in out-of-the-way places by out-of-the-way means. Illustrated. By R. Byers||10/-|
|MEMORIES OF THE GOLDEN ROAD. The history of the Central Otago Presbyterian Church. Profusely illustrated. By Rev. A. Don. Edited by W. J. Bennett. 10/-. De luxe edition, leather bound||20/-|
|NEW ZEALAND LAND PROBLEMS OF THE NEW ZEALAND SETTLERS OF THE FORTIES. A standard reference book by E. Wilson Wilson. Illustrated||10/-|
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|NEW ZEALAND FOREST INHABITING BIRDS. An album of twenty-four full pages colour plates, with descriptive letterpress||12/6|
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|THE LETTERS AND JOURNALS OF SAMUEL MARSDEN. Edited by Dr. J. R. Elder. Well illustrated in colour and black and white. An invaluable book of permanent value||42/-|
|MARSDEN'S LIEUTENANTS. Edited by Dr. J. R. Elder. A companion volume to the “Letters and Journals”||25/-|
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Wellington, NEW ZEALAND.