Sydney, Australian Board of Missions, 1933.
Octavo, [x], 147 pages plus 8 plates.
Cloth lightly marked, with the top corners bumped; endpapers ofset or lightly foxed; an excellent copy with the two-colour pictorial dustwrapper a little worn at the extremities.
'In his former books the author deals largely with the customs, rights, implements and habits of this interesting people, describing at length his own unique contacts with them during experiences extending over forty years. In the present work the author records for all time much of their fascinating folk-lore and explains the origin of many of their strange customs' (dustwrapper blurb).