Lockleys, Wilmar Library, November 1993 (second, corrected, edition)/ February 1993. The autobiography of a professional fisherman, born on Yorke Peninsula in 1921, the son of a Gallipoli veteran who first took his son to sea when he was aged two. The introduction to this volume lists the pages where the...
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London, Herbert Jenkins, 1956/ 1954.
[Lucas Heights], AAEC Research Establishment, June 1974. The four reports are by D.A. Pollard, M.S. Giles, D.R. Davy and N.F. Conway, and D.R. Davy, respectively. Pollard's contribution is 'The Freshwater Fishes of the Alligator Rivers "Uranium Province" Area ... with particular reference to the Magela Creek Catchment (East Alligator River.....
London, Angus & Robertson, 1977.
Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1865. 'The alimentary virtues of Horse-Flesh and Fungi are discussed with a half-earnest levity ... but with the sea as our fish-pond, and pisciculture capable of endless developement alike in salt-water and fish, it is marvellous that multitudes should be pining with hunger in a land ... set...
Melbourne, Lansdowne, 1969.
Brisbane, Jacaranda, 1963.
Adelaide, Rigby, 1977.
London, Angus and Roberston, 1983/ 1980 (fourth revised edition).
[Manchester, Vermont], The Orvis Company, 1983 [third edition, with a new supplement]/ 1980. Extensively illustrated in colour. Plus two 15-page supplements.
London, Collins, 1970 (revised edition)/ 1956 and 1970/ 1959. Numbers 34 and 37 of 'The New Naturalist - A Survey of British Natural History' series.
Sydney, Abbey, 1968.
[Lyon], Derrydale Press, 1993 [facsimile]/ 1845 (third edition). Number 832 of 2500 numbered copies. With the blank, unpeeled adhesive Derrydale bookplate loosely inserted.
Washington, Government Printing Office, 1896. Francis Hobart Herrick (1858-1940) was for many decades Professor of Biology at Western Reserve University, Ohio. His 'scholarly publishing career spanned over 50 years, 1883-1937. His early research focused on the American lobster in New England. His work revealed that over-harvesting egg-producing adult lobsters was...
London, Horace Cox, 1911. The forty-fifth edition. The author was also author of 'The Gamekeeper's and Game Preserver's Account Book and Diary'.
Cassell, London, . With the ownership sigature (dated March 1888) of Evan Kyffin Thomas (1866-1935), a South Australian journalist and newspaper proprietor (being part-owner of 'The Register'), also the great-nephew of Robert Thomas, South Australia's first printer (ADB). Evan has added, 'Reviewed'. These bush 'notes are rather those of an...
This issue contains two other R.H. MATHEWS articles: The Aboriginal Fisheries at Brewarrina (11 pages with a plate and a diagram) and Notes on Some Native Dialects of Victoria (11 pages with a plate).
London, British Museum, 1953.
Port Moresby, Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries, 1967.
Melbourne, Victorian Fly-Fishers' Association, 2007. One article selected from the February 2003 newsletter ('Tiger Attack' by Bill Thomas, pages 139-142) gives a detailed personal account of what happens when one is bitten by a large tiger snake; four pages is more than enough.
New York, Weathervane Books, [1970s, facsimile edition]/ 1931 [first edition thus].
Melbourne, Innovator Tackle, 1993 [facsimile edition]/ 1961.
Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1953. The ownership signature of Trevor Scott, curator of fishes at the South Australian Museum, is on the top right of the front cover.
Rosny Park, Tas-Trout Publications, 1988/ 1983. With the ownership signature of Audrey Abbie.
Washington, Government Printing Office, 1897. 'The following treatise is based upon observations gathered during two different visits to the Commander Islands, off the coast of Kamchatka, the first undertaken in 1882-83, during the palmiest days of the fur-seal industry, the latter being last year (1895) ... to study the recent...