The Camera in the Coral Islands: A Series of Photographs Illustrating the Scenery and the Mode of Life in the Fijis, the Navigator Islands (Samoa) [and] the Friendly Islands (Tonga) Taken During the Two Trips to the South Seas of the Union S.S. Co.'s "Wairarapa," in June and July, 1884
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APIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
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afternoon Apia Auckland beautiful boats bread-fruit tree Burton has found camera cave chieﬂy cocoanut trees Colonial Cook Islands Coral Islands day’s Dunedin ﬁbre ﬁend ﬁgures Fijian Fijis ﬁlled ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁre ﬁrst trip ﬁve ﬂourish foliage former trip Fotoﬁli front of Palace Governor of Hapaii Governor of Niuafoou Governor of Vavau grand ﬁeld day group of native Group of Passengers Group of Tongans groups of islands harbour J. B. Watkin Jiaogi July King King’s Palace ladies large party Levuka Marquesas Islands Native Brass Band native village Ndremba and Nai-Koro-Koro Neiafu Nukualofa old Government House Otago Daily Paciﬁc Ocean Pango Pango photographer Photographer-in-chief pickaninnies Pictures of native Pirates of Penzance Prince Wellington Rewa River rock Samoan scenery scenes series of views singularly South Seas Superintendent of Vavau Suva Talau The Pudding Taviuni Tongan Girls Tongatabu tropical Tubou College Union S.S. Vavau Circuit villages of Ndremba Wairarapa Wesleyan Church wharf