The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
29 Native collection of bêche-de-mer.
30 Oil-horn (a native bean).
31 Large mat, of native make, festooned over ceiling of Court, all in one piece.
32 Grass mats, "rotomaha."
33 Grass mats, "rotomaha."
34 Trophy of tapa (native cloth).
35 Cultivated yams.
36 Uncultivated yams.
37 Taklau mat, made of grass.
38 Native canoe.
39 Bowl, for cava.
40 Bowl, for cava.
41 Native washing-basin.
42 Native dishes.
43 Native dishes.
44 Dyed tapa (native cloth).
45 Cava, green and dried (material from which spirit is made).
46 Baskets used for cooked yams.
47 Native fan, made from balava-tree.
48 F. H. Dufty, Levuka.—Large case, containing photographic views of scenery and inhabitants.
49 William Hennings, Loma Loma.—One case pearl-shells.
50 Fijian Government.—Collection of coral.
51 Commissioners for Fiji.—Sulu, full dress of native lady.
52 Ryder Brothers.—Cocoanut fibre.
53 Fijian Government.—Bundle sassafras bark.
54 P. Stooks, Levuka.—Cava bowls.
55 Ryder Brothers. Mango Island.—Samples of bricks.page 159
56 Fijian Government.—Fishing-net.
57 Hon. R. B. Leefe, Nananu Island, Viti Levu.—Sample of angora hair (stock originally imported from the Victorian Acclimatisation Society).
58 Fijian Government.—Native fishing-net and basket.
59 Ryder Brothers, Mango Island.—Lemon-grass, from which a beverage is made occasionally, and drunk like tea.
60 Turner & Edgerley, Rewa.—Bricks, from Rewa River.
61 Commissioners for Fiji.—Collection of shells.
62 Ryder Brothers, Mango Island.—Collection of stalactites, pebbles, and samples of soil.
63 Mrs. R. L. Holmes.—One jar preserved ginger.
64 Ryder Brothers.—Sample of copra (inside of cocoanut), as exported.