b'126823 1913; Report on the Work of the Almoner;s Dept 1941; QUEENSLAND AT THE 1876 PHILADELPHIA various 1940 - 63 annual reports of the Kanematsu Memorial CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. Institute of Pathology. (21 items).Illuminated presentation certificate, hand-illustrated and with$100150 calligraphy by H.W. Fox, the recipient being ANGUS MACKAY, who was the Commissioner for Queensland at the exhibition,830which took place between May and November 1876. TheNORTHERN TERRITORY: THE 1883 EXPEDITIONcertificate is dated 27th February, 1877 and is signed onTO LOCATE STURTS TREEbehalf of your Fellow Colonists by W.W. Cairns, the Governor of Queensland between 1875 and 1877. Framed & glazed;Dec.10th 1883 four-page letter headed Palmerston and overall 55.5 x 40cm. addressed The Acting Government Resident, Palmerston; $400600written by James P. Hingston, Surveyor, in which he provides a day-by-day description of the trip which I am glad to report was successful. The letter is accompanied by a map, dated 824 13/12/83, signed by him and titled Rough Sketch Shewing GIBBON, Charles (ed.) approximate position of J.M.D. STUARTS last marked tree. The Casquet of Literature. in six volumes, [NB: Although complete, all four pages of the letter have split [London : Blackie & Son; C. Stuart, Melbourne] down the middle with no loss of text.]red cloth bindings with gilt and black decoration, Also accompanying the letter and map are reprinted pages gilt page edges, numerous illustrations. (6 vols.) from the book Digging, Squatting, and Pioneering Life in $100150The Northern Territory of South Australia by Mrs. D.D. Daly [Sampson, Low, et al. 1887] in which the expedition is fully 825 described.BLAKSTON, W.A., SWAYSLAND, W. & WIENER, A.F., $1,0001,500 The Illustrated book of CANARIES AND CAGE-BIRDS, British and Foreign, 831[Cassell & Co., London, N.D. by 1878], red half-calf binding, Picturesque Atlas Of Australasia in 3 volumes, [Melbourne with gilt titles and raised bands to spine; 1886] bound in quarter leather, with gilt embossed spines; 448pp + numerous chromolithographic plates. wear to boards and spine, varying degrees of internal spotting, $300500bindings intact.$120180 826BRASSEY, Mrs. Anna Annie (1839-1887), 832A Voyage In The Sunbeam Our Home on The Ocean forMELBOURNE & VICTORIA INTEREST:Eleven Months with 118 Illustrations engraved on wood. Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne1888-9: Sixth Edition, Official Record [Sands & McDougall, Melbourne, 1890], [Toronto, Rose-Belford Publishing Co., 1879], Cyclopaedia of Victoria - Vol III edited by James Smith 511pp, contemporary half-calf binding, spine with raised(1905); Melbourne.Pictured by Jack Cato (1949); condition bands, gilt title and decorations; 2 folding maps and a chart,issues with the two earlier titles. (3)marbled endpapers. $100200 Although issued in many editions, this Canadian edition is rarely seen.$100150833MOSS, Frederick J.827 Through Atolls and Islands in the Great South Sea,THE KELLY GANG & OTHER BUSHRANGERS. [London : Sampson Low, Marston, et al., 1889] 1st ed., A collection of books including History of the Australianhardcover, illustrated cloth binding, 317pp + plates.Bushrangers by Boxall,1935; Tell em I died game by$150200 Wannan, 1963; Ned Kelly : Man and Myth (intro) by Cave, 1968; Australian Bushrangers by Wannan, 1970; The834Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil, 1880 facsimileNEW ZEALAND FERNS by ERIC CRAIG, circa 1880.reprint, 1970; Beechworth : A Titans Field by Woods, 1985;A stunning tome of 153 pressed New Zealand fern specimens Ned Kelly: The Authentic Illustrated History by McMenomy,attractively displayed and captioned. Title page includes Maori 1984, and several others. (24 vols.), newspaper cuttings, etc.,cartes-de-visite portraits and lithograph view SCENE IN plus a small replica of the Kelly helmet. TIKITAPU BUSH NEAR OHINEMUTU. Retailers label and $200300ink stamp ERIC CRAIG, PRINCES ST. AUCKLAND. Finely carved mottle kauri boards with title and red morocco spine 828 with gilt embossing. 19th century.AUSTRALIAN INTEREST: Eric Craig (1829-1923) was a collector, publisher and dealer Cyclopaedia of Australasia by Blair (1881); The Australianof natural history and ethnography, who ran a curio business Encyclopaedia in 2 vols. (Angus & Robertson, 1926-27);called The fern and curiosity dealer near to the old Auckland and 2 other volumes. Mixed condition. (5 items). Museum. The fashion to collect, cultivate and display ferns $80120(known at the time as the fern craze or Pteridomania) had spread to New Zealand from Victorian England. From his shop Craig sold (amongst other things) books of pressed ferns, 829 specimens of which he had sourced from a string of suppliers SYDNEY HOSPITAL: A range of booklets including Addresshe had in various parts of the country.of the President Sydney Infirmary and Dispensary.on$1,5002,500the laying of the Foundation Stone. July 1881; Rules & Regulations 1900; By-Laws 1913; General Rules and Regulations in various sections,'