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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes

Volume 74

Volume 74


Reed, George McCullagh, 1832-1898.

The angel Isafrel; a story of prohibition in New Zealand. - Auckland: Upton, 1896. 100 p.


Napier, William Joseph, 1857-1925.

The British Navy, its duties and its strength: a lecture delivered at the inaugural meeting of the Navy League (Auckland, New Zealand Branch). - Auckland: Star and Graphic Office, 1896.

15 p. port.


Simpson, Richard Middleton, 1843?-1920.

State fire insurance; portion of address to the Wellington Chamber of Commerce, Friday, 17th July, 1896. - [Wellington]: Printed at Evening Post Office, 1896.

7 P.


The Colonial Bank liquidation: motion to sanction sale of assets. The J.G. Ward Farmers' Association. - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times and Witness Newspapers, 1896.

42 p.

Cover title.

Also at no.37 in volume.


MacKay, James, 1831-1912.

Whakaaturanga o nga tikanga o te whakapuraretanga o Hauraki mo te mahinga koura, na Tiemi Make. Narrative of the opening of the Hauraki district for gold mining. - Auckland: Wm. McCullough, [1896]

32 p. : fold. col. map

Cover title.

Text in Maori and English.

Williams no.930


Maclaurin, James Scott, 1864-1939.

The relative weights of gold and silver dissolved by potassium cyanide solutions from alloys of these metals.

[1276]-1277 P.

From the Transactions of the Chemical Society, 1896.


Isaac, Eliza, 1847-1928.

What may happen to a woman in New Zealand: a cry of distress. - Kensington, [Dunedin]: 'Otago Workman', 1896.

48 p.

Tipped in: addenda.

Case arising out of the estate of John Jones, of Dunedin.


Isaac, Eliza, 1847-1928.

Sequel to A cry of distress. - Kensington, [Dunedin] 'Otago Workman', [1896?]

25 p.

Tipped in: addenda.


Hill, Henry Thomas, 1849-1933.

Education: The school systems of Australia. - Napier: Daily Telegraph Office, 1896.

13 p.

Reprinted from the Daily Telegraph, Napier.


Henderson, James Alexander.

Poultry and eggs for market and export. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

23 p. : ill.

At head of title: New Zealand Department of Agriculture.


Graham, John, 1843-1926.

Political address by Mr Graham, M.H.R. for Nelson city. (By 'Colonist' reporter.) - Nelson: Bond, Finney, [1896]

16 p.


Dunlop, John, d.1909.

Religious certainty: a course of lectures in vindication of some fundamental religious beliefs. - Dunedin: New Zealand Bible, Tract, and Book Society, 1896.

83 p.


Church, John, 1821

The great want of the education system: the Bible ostracised; an address. - Oamaru: Re-printed from the North Otago Times, 1896. 6 p.


Chapple, William Allan, 1864-1936.

Extension of technology in education: the inaugural address delivered at the Women's Institute, Wellington. - Wellington: Edwards, Russell, 1896.

23 p.


Buller, Sir Walter Lawry, 1838-1906.

Sir Walter Buller's objections to the report of the Horowhenua Commission.

[Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896]

24 p.

Statement before a Select Committee

Legislative Council, September 9, 1896.


Buller, Sir Walter Lawry, 1838-1906.

The Horowhenua Commission: address as counsel for Major Kemp Te Rangihiwinui and the Muaupoko tribe, April 1896. - Wellington Printed by R. Coupland Harding, 1896.

33 p.


Best, Elsdon, 1856-1931.

In ancient Maoriland: being notes cc from the descendants of the aboriginal of the Rangitaiki valley and the Ure-wera country, and from the Mataatua tribes. - Rotorua: Hot Lakes Chronicle Office,

45 p.

page 60

Atkinson, Arthur Richmond, 1863-1935.

A.R. Atkinson's reasons for opposing the present government. - Wellington: Edwards, Russell, 1896.

[4] p.


Atkinson, Arthur Richmond, 1863-1935.

Religious education in public schools: the case for the present system and against the Irish scripture text book. - Dunedin: Evening Star, 1896.

8 P.


Atkinson, Arthur Richmond, 1863-1935.

The spoiling of the poor, an appeal to the moderate drinker: being an address in part delivered to the Forward Movement, Wellington, on Sunday, 17th November 1895. - Wellington: Edwards, Russell, 1896.

25 p.


N.Z. Department of Labour.

A compilation of the Shops and Shop-assistants Acts. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

13 p.

At head of Title: This is Not an Act of the General Assembly.


New Zealand Midland Railway Co. Ltd.

Report to the shareholders: a brief account of the New Zealand Midland Railway, 1885 to 1896. April, 1896. - London: Charles Skipper & East, 1896.

30 p.


The New Zealander; a monthly magazine of politics and literature. - Auckland:

1(31 Oct 1896)-4(21 Nov 1896)?

1-3(14 Nov 1896)


New Zealand Alliance.

N.Z. Alliance voters' guide (triennial local option poll on general election day 1896) ... Licenses or no licenses. How to vote and why ... - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times Print, [1896]

32 p.

At head of title: Wellington edition.


New Zealand Alliance.

Leaflets. - [Wellington: 1896?.] Second series nos.2, 3, 5, 7


New Zealand Good Templar tracts. - [Wellington?]: Grand Lodge of New Zealand IOGT, 1(189?)-?

1-15 (189?)


National Council of Women of New Zealand.

Constitution ... and minutes of the first meeting held in the Provincial Council Chambers, Christchurch, April, 1896. - Christchurch: Smith, Anthony, Sellars, 1896.

12 p.


N.Z. Department of Education.

Manual training in primary schools. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

35 p.

Caption title.


Conference on the Frozen-Meat Industry, Wellington, 1895.

Report and proceedings of conference to consider position of the frozen-meat industry. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

47 n. : fold. chart

At head of title: N.Z. Dept of Agriculture.


Insurers Union of New Zealand.

Fire insurance by the State or by the municipalities. - Invercargill: Southland Times Company, 1896.

10 p.


New Zealand Fabian Society.

The New Zealand Fabian Society, January 1896 [Rules] - Christchurch: [1896]

[2] p.


Letters received by the Premier from England relative to the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act and the raising of the age of consent. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

12 p.


N.Z. Dept of Lands and Survey.

The Ardgowan Estate, Otago: particulars, terms, and conditions of disposal and occupation of 4,234 acres open on Tuesday, 12th May, 1896. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1896.

24 p. : ill., fold. map


The citizen; journal of the Forward Movement.

- Wellington: Edwards, l(Sep 1895)-8(Apr 1896). no5(Jan 1896)

Edited by W.A. Evans.


The Colonial Bank liquidation: motion to sanction sale of assets. The J.G. Ward Farmers' Association. - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times and Witness Newspapers, 1896.

42 p.

Cover title.

Also at no.4 in volume.