NZ3.
U&U. 10305. The son of a Maori king, his daughter and grandchild, Auckland, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. G. $25


NZ4.
U&U. 10308. Girls of the old Maori race as they are today under British training, Auckland, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. VG. $35


NZ5.
U&U. 10313. Maggie Papakura, the Maori guide, and her home at Whakarewarewa, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. VG. $25


NZ6.
U&U. 10314. At eventide on Lake Rotorua–a Maori belle in kiwa feather cloak, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. VG. $20


NZ7.
U&U. 10318. Where Mother Nature cooks men’s dinners in her natural oven, Whakarewarewa, N.Z. Copyright 1908. VG. $25


NZ8.
U&U. 10319. Maori girls performing the ceremonial “Haka” or poi dance, Whakarewarewa, N.Z. Copyright 1908. VG. $20


NZ9.
U&U. 10320. Rubbing noses, the customary salute among the Maoris, Whakarewarewa, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. VG. $25


NZ10.
U&U. 10321. In Nature’s bath-tub where hot water never fails,–Maori children, Whakarewarewa, New Zealand. Copyright 1908. VG. $20


NZ14.
B.W. Kilburn. 15735. Capturing a wild boar, New Zealand. VG. $15.


NZ15.
B.W. Kilburn. 15743. Cooking eggs at a boiling spring, New Zealand. VG. $15


NZ17.
F.B. Blackwell, Paparoa, Auckland, N.Z. Gateway of Pa Whakarewarewa. On back is written: “Both the Maoris and the pre-Maori race in N.Z. The Marioris were expert carvers and the figure heads of their canoes and door ports, barge boards etc of their “whares”-houses were profusely carved. The eyes of the figures are made of the irides-cent shell of the “Pawie,” Haliotis iris.” G. $35


NZ18.
F.B. Blackwell, Paparoa, Auckland, N.Z. Pa at Whakarewarewa. On back is written: “This “Pa” is a modernized copy….tourist Department, hence of very little interest historically. The old fortified pas are now extinct, on the earth-works remaining.” VG. $35


NZ19.
F.B. Blackwell, Paparoa, Auckland, N.Z. Poi Dancers. On back is written: “The “Poi” is a ball made of part of a ?? and the “dance” so called consists of a kind of play with this ball. Spoilt of course by the European dress.” VG. $65


NZ20.
George Rose, Melbourne. 7319. The Maori Reserve, Whaka, Rotorua, New Zealand. Some Maori women cooking food in the natural steam holes. G. $35


NZ21.
George Rose, Melbourne. 7169. Te Hongi at Rotorua, New Zealand. Te Hongi, or nose-rubbing is the customary Maori method of greeting. G. $35


NZ22.
George Rose, Melbourne. 7437. Maggie Papakura and her sister, Bella Tupou, the famous Maori Guides at Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand. G. $65


NZ23.
George Rose, Melbourne. 7015. The Rimutaka Incline, New Zealand. The length of the line is three miles; the average grade being one in fifteen. VG. $35