Wellington: New Zealand Government Publicity Department, 1925.
Stapled brochure, 4.5 x 9 inches, in illustrated cardstock wrappers. 32 pp, with many illustrations from photographs. Slight edgewear; near fine. Promoting New Zealand as "The Great Britain of the South Seas," this brochure seeks to attract farmers on the basis of its climate, soil quality, and quality of life, as well as the availability of financing for land and equipment, agricultural education, and practical research and advice from experts at the Department of Agriculture. Illustrations show bountiful crops and harvest scenes, a view of the State Experimental Farm at Ruakora, a warehouse where wool is being sorted for export, and many handsome prize cattle and sheep.