Melbourne, F.W. Cheshire Pty. Ltd., 1932.
Octavo, 94,  (blank, colophon) pages plus 3 plates.
Flush-cut card covers a little rubbed and marked; gift inscription in ink and private library details in pencil on the title page ('Kent Town Mothers Meeting. 14 day's allowed for [sic] reding'); a very good copy.
Inscribed and signed by the translator, an Australian missionary. According to the foreword, this book is 'unique in being the first autobiography of a New Britain native, and possibly of any native of the Pacific'. The author was an early convert to Christianity, and became a teacher and Methodist preacher.