Melbourne, Government Printer, 1907. Commonwealth Parliamentary Paper Number 12 of 1907 (Second Session); only 900 copies printed. The items under discussion are primarily of a tropical nature: cotton fibres, mohair, vegetable oils, rice, rubber, coffee beans, tobacco leaf, dates (and fish).
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Melbourne, Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria, 1923. Vernacular names as adopted by the Plant Names Committee of the Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria.
Hong Kong, [N.P.], 1984/ 1983.
Canberra, Government Printer, 1930. An accurate, detailed snapshot of dairy farm production in the late 1920s.
Wellington, Government Printer, 1982/ 1961; 1970; 1980; and 1985.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1881. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 179 of 1881.
[Canberra], Forestry and Timber Bureau, 1953.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1878. Primarily accounts from Mauritius newspapers commenting on the Minister Controlling the Northern Territory of South Australia's communication 'relative to the land you wish to bring under cultivation'. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 43 of 1878.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1866. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 55 of 1866. Mainly routine matters, but there is a page of information and 'Instructions to Botanical Collector' prepared by Dr Richard Schomburgk, Director of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
London, John Murray, 1915. Major articles of interest include those by Sir Everard Im Thurn: "A Study of Primitive Character" (10 pages) and by Professor F.O. Bower on Australian botany (13 pages).
Melbourne, Government Printer, 1861. The essays are 'Collection and Storage of Water in Victoria' by Frederick Acheson (49 pages); 'Agriculture in Victoria' by William Story (pages 163 pages plus a plan); 'Origin and Distribution of Gold in Quartz Veins' by Henry Rosales (31 pages) and 'Development of the Resources of...
Adelaide, The Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium, 2014. 'A catalogue to accompany the exhibition "Postcards from the Edge of the City" at the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, 9 December 2014 to 26 April 2015'.
Adelaide, W.K. Thomas, 1911 [a new work - see footnote]. Reprinted from The Register and The Observer; a selection of some of the most educative and interesting articles from the 'Man on the Land' column. A pamphlet with the same title but containing a different selection of material was published...
Carlton, Miegunyah Press, 2010. Number 135 in the second numbered series of the Miegunyah Volumes.
New York, Abbeville Press, 1979.
Wellington, Reed, 1976. Inscribed and signed by the author.
New York, MetroBooks, 2002 [first thus].
Athens, Varsity Press, 1989/ 1989.
London, John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1901. With the pencilled inscription (dated 4 September 1936) of a member of the Reynell family. Volume V. in the Handbooks of Practical Gardening.
Adelaide, South Australian Museum Board and the Botanic Gardens Board, 1981. Number 345 of 750 numbered copies.
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1977/ 1973. Loosely inserted is the eight-page supplement to the work by the author (dated October 1977).
Melbourne, Ramsay Publishing, 1925 (first edition).
Chelsea on Thames, The Swan Press, 1928. Number 34 of only 100 copies. Hand-made paper, hand-set and hand-printed.
[Adelaide], University of AdelaideThe Author, for Department of Plant Science, Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 1994. Presentation copy inscribed and signed to of one of the author's two supervisors, Australian wheat breeder A.J. 'Tony ' Rathjen, and signed by the author on the Declaration page.
Paris, Finest S.A./ Editions Pierre Terrail, 1993.