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

Volume 78

Volume 78


Frankland, Frederick William, 1854-1916.

Thoughts on ultimate problems, being a synoptic statement of two theodicies. - 3 and rev. ed. - London: Philip Wellby, 1906.

48 p.


Smith, Stephenson Percy, 1840-1922.

Taranaki, the garden of New Zealand. Short history and general description, by S. Percy Smith: with a tourists' guide to Taranaki, by W.J. Penn. - New Plymouth: W.G. Malone, 1906.

43 p.


Neligan, Moore Richard, Bp of Auckland, 1863


The English education question: a lecture delivered in the Federal Hall, Auckland, on June 19, 1906. - Auckland: Upton & Co., 1906.

36 p.


Evening Post.

Back to democracy. - Wellington: 1906.

14 p.

Reprinted from the Evening Post, Wellington, N.Z., July, 1906.

Cover title.

Sometimes attributed to A.R. Atkinson.


N.Z. Government Life Insurance Dept.

A brief survey of New Zealand's State life insurance: specially prepared for distribution at the New Zealand International Exhibition, Christchurch, 1906-7. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1906.

36 p.


Stout, Sir Robert, 1844-1930.

Our first premier; James Edward Fitzgerald. Sketch of his career; a lecture delivered at Victoria College on July 31st 1906. - Wellington: New Zealand Times, 1906.

12 p.

Also in Personal vol.


Hobbs, Richard, 1833-1910.

Wesleyan Native Institution: established in 1844 ... [described by R. Hobbs] - Auckland: The Brett Printing and Publishing Co., 1906.

23 p. : port.


King, Sir Frederick Truby, 1858-1938.

The evils of cram: reports of a series of addresses bearing on the need for reform in education. - Dunedin: 'Evening Star,' 1906.

93 p.


Baeyertz, Charles Nalder, 1867-1943.

Guide to New Zealand, the most wonderful scenic country in the world, the home of the Maori, the angler's and deerstalker's paradise. - Dunedin: Mills, Dick, 1906.

178 p. : ill., ports, maps


In memoriam: John Chapman Andrew. - Nelson: A.G. Betts, [1907]

11 p.

Reprinted from 'The Nelsonian' Dec. 1907.


Canterbury Society for the Preservation of Infant Life.

The Canterbury Society for the Preservation of Infant Life [rules] - Christchurch: 1907.

7 P.


Cleared at last. - Wellington: Printed at the Evening Post, 190 7.

38 p.

The Meikle case; John James Meikle, falsely convicted of sheep stealing in 1887, was eventually cleared


N.Z. Dept of Labour.

English 'sweated industries' exhibit catalogue. N.Z. International Exhibition, Christchurch. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1907.

38 p.


Bevan, Thomas, 1840-1913.

The reminiscences of an old colonist. - Otaki: Otaki Mail, 1907.

65 p. : plates, ports.


Farnie, Thomas Cheyne.

The Christchurch Navy League prize essay presented by Mr Allan Hopkins on The maintenance of the supremacy of the British Empire at sea. - Christchurch: Willis & Aiken, 1907.

16 p.


Findlay, Sir John George, 1862-1929.

The Land Bill: address by the Attorney-General; Mr Massey's criticism answered. - Dunedin: Evening Star, 1907.

14 p.


Reeves, William Pember, 1857-1932.

A council of the Empire. - London: British Empire League, 1907.

20 p.

Reprinted from The British Empire Review.


Allen, Percy S., b.1876.

The Pacific Islands: New Zealand's commercial interests. - Auckland: Wilson Horton, 1908.

19 p.

Reprinted from New Zealand Herald.


Brown, John Macmillan, 1846-1935.

Modern education; its defects and their remedies. - Christchurch: Lyttelton Times .... Printers, 1908.

43 p.

page 65

LeRossignol, James Edward, 1866-1959.

Rating on unimproved value in New Zealand [by J.E. LeRossignol and William Downie Stewart]

13-22 p.

Reprinted from the Journal of political economy, v.16 no.1, January 1908.


LeRossignol, James Edward, 1866-1959.

Railways in New Zealand [by J.E. LeRossignol and William Downie Stewart]

[652]-700 p. : maps

Extract from Quarterly journal of economics, v.23, 1909.


Reade, Charles Compton.

The revelation of Britain: a book for colonials. - [Wellington]: Gordon and Gotch, 1909.

83 p. : ill.