The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 4 (July 1, 1935.)
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Shibli Listens In.
I have had a peep at the proofs of Ian Donnelly's “The Joyous Pilgrimage” due any day now from Dent's, London. Brilliant stuff. I predict a record sale in New Zealand.
Dr. A. J. Harrop, who visited New Zealand last year, has just had published by Allen and Unwin an illustrated guide entitled “Touring New Zealand.”
“The Irish Tribune,” the first issue of which recently came from Auckland, is developing into a most interesting paper. Pleasing to note that it is strictly non-sectarian.
Due to be published in Sydney in August is a magazine to be called “South”—all-fiction with two serials.
Hector Bolitho has bought a country house in Saffron Walden. Essex.
This country must have the distinction of giving to the world the first all embracing book published on the subject of beer. The MS was sent to London last month.page 59