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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 48

Class 614

Class 614.

1040—Blair, W. N., Engineer-in-Chief for the South Island, Dunedin
  • 50 polished and named samples of native New Zealand Woods
1041—George, J. C., Taranaki
  • Specimens of New Zealand Woods (French polished on face, rough at back)
1042—Guthrie, Robert, Dunedin
  • Thirty-one samples, polished and named, of Timbers grown in New Zealand, chiefly in the neighbourhood of Dunedin
1043—Halcombe, A. F., Fielding, Manawatu
  • Eight specimens of native Ornamental Woods
  • Table Top, shewing Totara-knot and Honeysuckle (Rewa Rewa)
1044—Hornby, John, Mount Pleasant Mills, Picton.—
  • Two planks of Rimu, polished
1045—James, Wm., Wellington
  • Specimen of Ornamental Timber, known as "Totara Knot," very handsome when made up into furniture, and will cut into about 30 Veneers
1046—Norrie, Wm., Cabinet Maker, Auckland
  • Ornamental Timbers from New Zealand Forests
    (1.)7 Varieties, Mottled Kauri
    (2.)2 Ditto, Puriri
    (3.)2 Ditto, Rewa Rewa
    (4.)1 Ditto, Ake Ake
    (5.)1 Ditto, Mottled Totara
    (6.)1 Ditto, Rihikitu
    (7.)1 Ditto, Rimo
    (8.)1 Ditto, Curly Kauri
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1047—Otago Museum, Dunedin
  • Specimens of Native Timber of Otago
  • [for particulars see appendix.]
  • Portion of Totara Log, worked with Stone Adzes, from Maori Fith-weir, Shag River