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MAORI LITERATURE.
DOMINION MUSEUM
    BULLETINS
  • No. 5—“Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures.” By E. BEST. Price, 10/6; postage, 8d.
  • No. 7—“The Maori Canoe.” By E. BEST. Price, 15/-; postage, 8d.
  • No. 10—“Maori Ethnology and Religion,” part 1. By E. BEST. Price, 10/6; postage, 8d.
  • No. 12—“Fishing Methods and Devices of the Maori,” 230 pp. Price—Paper, 9/-; cloth, 11/6; postage, 3d.
  • No. 13—“The Whare Kowhanga and its Lore.” Comprising data pertaining to procreation, baptism, and infant betrothal. 72 pp. Price—Paper, 2/3; cloth, 3/9; postage, 2d.

The above can be obtained from the Government Printer, Wellington.

  • No. 6—“The Pa Maori.” By E. BEST. Price, 22/-; postage, 10d.
  • No. 8—“Games, Exercises, and Musical Instruments of the Maori.” By E. BEST. Price, 17/6; postage, 8d.
  • No. 9—“Maori Agriculture.” By E. BEST. Price, 12/6; postage, 8d.

These three publications are on sale by Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., Wellington.

  • N.Z. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND ART MANUAL, No. 4—“The Maori as He Was.” By E. BEST. Prices, 2/6 and 4/6; postage, 4d.
  • N.Z. BOARD OF SCIENCE AND ART MANUAL, No. 6—“Place Names of Banks Peninsula.” By JOHANNES C. ANDERSEN. (Includes Maori place-names and their history.) Price, 13/6; postage, 5d.

The above can be obtained from the Government Printer, Wellington.

    MONOGRAPHS
  • No. 1—“Some Aspects of Maori Myth and Religion.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/-; postage, 1d.
  • No. 2—“Spiritual and Mental Concepts of the Maori.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/-; postage, 1d.
  • No. 3—“Astronomical Knowledge of the Maori.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/6; postage, 1d.
  • No. 4—“The Maori Division of Time.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/-; post., 1d.
  • No. 5—“Polynesian Voyages.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/-; postage, 2d.
  • No. 6—“The Maori School of Learning.” By E. BEST. Price, 1/-; post., 2d.
  • No. 7—“Bibliography of Printed Maori to 1900.” By H. W. WILLIAMS. Price, 6/-; postage, 4d.

“New Zealand's First War.” By T. LINDSAY BUICK. 15/-; postage, 8d. The above can be obtained from the Government Printer, Wellington.

ALEXANDER TURNBULL LIBRARY
    BULLETINS
  • No. 2—“Zimmermann's Third Voyage of Captain Cook.” (Translation of a rare German book, published in 1781; with map and illustrations). Paper, 2/6; cloth, 3/6; postage, 2d.
  • No. 3—Journal kept in New Zealand by Ensign Alexander McCrae, together with relevant documents. Paper, 2/6; cloth, 3/6; postage, 2d.

On sale by the Government Printer, Wellington.