Tui or Parson Bird Prosthemadera Novae Zealandiae. From: 'A history of the birds of New Zealand' by Walter Lawry Buller
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Sheet music of Albert H. Light's "In the Firing line." Cover also reads 'Sung with enormous "success" by Abel Rowe and leading vocalists for "The armies of Europe War Film Company."'

Sheet music of Jack O'Connor and Arthur LeClerq's 'Somewhere in France, dear Mother." Front cover also reads: "special revue edition"... featured in Fred Coyne's London revue "Something Doing" on the B. J. Fuller circuit. Seller's stamp reads…

Sheet music of Alexader Lithgow's "The Southlanders: New Zealand territorials march"

Sheet music of Louis A. Benzoni's 'Back to home, sweet home - and you'.

Sheet music of Jack Caddigan and James A. Brennan's 'Rose of no man's land'

Sheet music of E.R. Martin's Be loyal to your King (An Englishman's lesson to his son). Martial song.

Sheet music of Tom Armstrong's A-N-Z-A-C (Australian-New Zealand Army Corps). 'Introduced in J.C. Williamson's Ltd brilliant successful pantomime "The house that Jack built." shop stamp reads 'Palings, Sydney.'

Sheet music of Ambrose G. Gregory and Sergeant W. Darwin's Anzac's, well done.

Sheet music of Fredk. L Dean's The Union Jack forever: Patriotic song

Sheet music of Arthur Johns' and Gwyneth Tucker's A fragment from France.

Sheet music of J.S. Donaldson and G.E. Robertson's Sons of the Empire. Inscription reads "with kind regards and best wishes from Geo. E. Robertson, Xmas 1914."

Sheet music of Paul A. Rubens' Your King and country want you: A woman's recruiting song. Front cover also reads: Entire profits of this song will be devoted to Queen Mary's "Work for Women" fund. Signed Paul A. Rubens, and seller's stamp reads…

Sheet music of Louis A Benzoni, and Ivan M Levy's Wait Till the Clouds Go By.

Sheet music of Guy Michell and William Darwin's 'Our glorious dead.' printed message on cover reads 'May be sung without fee or license; mechanical rights reserved This song should be sung on all memorial occasions it is dedicated to our heroes who…

Sheet music of Tom Armstrong's 'Mother of men'

Sheet music of A.H. Pettitt and J. Stroud's 'Daddy, soldier daddy.'

Sheet music of 'Heroes of the Dardanelles: song'
Sung by Mr. Peter Dawson; sung by John Ralston, also Malcolm McEachern

Sheet music of Edyth Rosehall's 'ANZACs forever: march'

Sheet music of Arnold Abbott and Hal Abbott's 'Neath the light of a perfect peace.'

Also Legend of New Zealand wild flowers
cover reads: smoke Winifred cigarettes

Sheet music of A.R.Don and H.S.B. Ribband's 'We shall get there in time'
Front cover reads: Post a copy to your soldier friend. It will cheer him in camp and on march.

Sheet music of A.R.Don and H.S.B. Ribband's 'Our Territorials: A chorus march song.'

Sheet music of Albert H. Light's 'The Soldier'
Stamp reads 'The Anglo-American music Stores'

Sheet music of R.P. Weston, P.C. Cole and Hermann E. Darewski's 'Where are the Lads of New Zealand tonight?'

Sheet music of Barrie Marschel's 'There's only one way home boys "it's through Berlin"'
Stamp reads: "The Anglo-American music store'
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