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  • Maoriland Worker — The Maoriland Worker was a leading New Zealand labour journal of the early 20th century. It was initially published monthly. It was launched in 1910 by the Shearers Union,[1] and was soon taken over by the New Zealand Federation of Labour and… …   Wikipedia

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  • Maoriland — /ˈmaʊrilænd / (say mowreeland) noun New Zealand. –Maorilander, noun …  

  • Maoriland — Maoˈriland noun (archaic) New Zealand • • • Main Entry: ↑Maori …   Useful english dictionary

  • Alfred Hamish Reed — Alfred Hamish Reed, MBE (1875 1975) was a New Zealand publisher, author and entrepreneur. A. H. Reed was born at Hayes, Middlesex, England, on 30 December 1875, the son of James William Reed and Elizabeth Reed. He migrated to New Zealand with his …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Mander — Born 9 April 1877(1877 04 09) Ramarama, New Zealand Died 20 December 1949(1949 12 20) (aged 72) Whangarei, New Zealand Occupation novelist, essayist, journalist …   Wikipedia

  • Ernest John Bartlett Allen — Infobox Person name= E. J. B. Allen caption= E. J. B. Allen at the SPGB 1905 Conference birth date= birth date|1884|3|29|df=y birth place= South Hinksey, Berkshire dead=dead death date=death date and age|1945|6|16|1884|3|29|df=y death place=… …   Wikipedia

  • New Zealand place names — Most New Zealand place names are derived from Māori and British sources. Both groups used names to commemorate notable people, events, places from their homeland, their ships or to described the surrounding area. The Māori did not have a… …   Wikipedia

  • Andreas Reischek — (15 September 1845 – 3 April 1902) was an Austrian taxidermist, naturalist, ornithologist and collector notable for his extensive natural history collecting expeditions throughout New Zealand as well as being notorious for acts of grave robbing… …   Wikipedia

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