The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes
Conference of Delegates from Agricultural Societies, Wellington, 1894.
Report of the Conference of delegates from Agricultural Societies throughout New Zealand; held in the Museum, Wellington, under the auspices of the Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Association, commencing ... May 29th and ending ... June 1st, 1894. - Wellington: New Zealand Times Company, 1894.
31, 31 p.
Second conference of the Agricultural and Pastoral Associations of New Zealand.
N.Z. Dept of Lands and Survey.
13 p. : ill., fold. map
Educational Institute of Otago.
Annual report. - Dunedin: 1(1877/78)--? 17 (1893/94)
Other issues in vols. 27, 42, L6, 67, 69, 70, 73, 75 and 83
New Zealand Institute of Journalists.
The liberty of the press and the law of libel. - Wellington: Blundell Bros,  45 p.page 57
Berens, Lewis Henry.
The story of my dictatorship, dedicated (without permission) to the National Association [by Lewis H. Berens and Ignatius Singer] - Auckland: F.W. Harradence, 1894.
A reprint for the Ground Rent Revenue League.
Ground Rent Revenue League of New Zealand. Auckland Branch.
The Native land question. (Reprinted from the Poverty Bay herald, Friday, October 5, 1894). - [Gisborne: 1894]
Grace, Alfred Augustus, 1867-1942.
Alfred G. Betts, 1894.
Technical Classes Association.
Report and prospectus. - Dunedin: 1889/90-? 1893/94
Dunedin: Otago Daily Times Office, 1894.
41 p. : port.
Bickerton, Alexander William, 1842-1929.
The history and scope of the story. - Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1894.
20 p. : ill. - (New Story of the stars; 1) Caption title.
Bowen, Sir Charles Christopher, 1830-1917.
Address to the North Canterbury Educational Institute ... 30th March, 1894. - Christchurch: Christchurch Press Company, 1894.
Correspondence in connection with the removal of Major Chas. Brown from the Commission of the Peace & the cancellation of his interpreter's license, with explanatory notes. - New Plymouth: Thomas Avery, 1894.
A co-operative State farm scheme: a means for providing remunerative employment. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1894.
Findlay, Sir John George, 1862-1929.
Anarchism: its origin and aim; a lecture delivered in Wellington by J.D. (sic) Findlay. - Dunedin: Printed at the Evening Star Job Printing Works, 1894.
Ffrost, John Wesley.
Old age pensions: being the substance of a paper read before the Canterbury Progressive Liberal Association. - Christchurch: Printed at the "Iyttelton Times", 1894.
Gammen, John, 1835?-1913.
The School Inspectors' Conference; an address. - Dunedin: Printed at the Evening Star Job Printing Works, 1894.
Address delivered before the Southland Branch of the New Zealand Educational Institute, at Invercargill, on June 28, 1894.
Grace, Ensign, 1873?
Land settlement: in relation to labour, as a solution of the unemployed difficulty. - Wellington: M'Kee and Gamble, 1894.
Netta: or, A plea for an old age pension. - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, 1894.
Te Rangihiwinui, Keepa, 1823-1898.
The petition of Major Kemp Te Rangihiwinui, to the House of Representatives, June 21st, 1894, re Horowhenua Block. - [Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1894]
Onslow, William Hillier, Earl of, 1853 -1911.
In Journal of the Royal Colonial Institute, no.1 session 1893-4, Dec. 1893.
Luckie, David Mitchell, 1828-1909.
The raid of the Russian cruiser 'Kaskowiski', an old story of Auckland, with an introduction and appendix on colonial defence... - Wellington: Printed by the New Zealand Times,
MacGregor, James, 1830-1894.
The sacredness of family guarded by affinity as bar to marriage with near of kin: historical exhibition of practical bearings and scriptural grounds. - Dunedin: Bible and Tract Depot; Oamaru: Andrew Fraser, 
Life on lone St. Kilda. - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times, 1894.
29 p. : ill.
Reprinted from Otago Witness, 23 Dec. 1893 to 25 Jan. 1894.
Napier, William Joseph, 1857-1925.
The orators of Ireland: a lecture delivered at Auckland, New Zealand, under the auspices: of the Irish National Federation. -, Auckland, W. Wilkinson, 1894.
Ogilvy, Arthur James, 1834-1914.
The cause of a crisis: (Flurscheim's theory), by A.J.O. - Hobart: Mercury Office, 1894.
Also in vol. 86
Twomey, Jeremiah Matthew, 1847-1921.
A State bank and cheap money scheme. - [Temuka.]: Temuka Leader Print, 
7 p.page 58
Vaile, Samuel, 1828-1913.
Railways and social conditions; the Vaile stage system as proposed for adoption in Great Britain, the Colonies, and similar countries, described and illustrated by a diagram. - Auckland: Printed by Brett, 1890-94.
1 v. (various pagings)
Appendix: The railway problem in New Zealand. - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, 
Contents of appendix: The railway problem in New Zealand; introductory. - Differential rating. - No.1 [and 2]. - No.3 [and 5-9]
Copy lacks Appendix: Introductory,
Appendix also in vol. 68
Hancock, Selina Julia.
The two processions: a dream of bye-law 2.
Dunedin: Evening Star Job Printing, 1894.