PLEASE NOTE: Any book title starting with "The" - the second word of the title is used to list by.
by W. Lamden Owen
ISBN 978-0-85905-440-9, 2008 new format of 1933 edition with new material, soft cover, 140mm x 215mm, 130pp, illustrated, 190 grams
$22.00 + POST
Vivid reminiscences of the life in the North West of Australia from the 1880s to the 1930s. Gold, pearling, aboriginals, diamonds, murder and madness in the great but empty North.
Crocodiles and Cocktails
by Simon King
ISBN 978-0-85905-660-1, (2017, New), A4, 157 pages, illustrated, 450 grams
$40.00* + POST
Pre-publication and launch price is $35
To be launched at the end of March.
Crooks, con men and spielers, magsmen, and other dysfunctionals from the bottom of the duck pond
by Peter J. Bridge
ISBN 0 85905 415 2, (1930s, reprint 2007,e-published 2006, in the Dollypot, Greenhide and Spindrift column Vol. 2 No.1.), 16 pp, saddle, Soft Cover, A4, 90 grams
$11.00* + POST
The police published the methods of con men and swindlers in their efforts to educate the public. However the old tricks still reel them in and new applications catch a sucker every minute.
Crosscut's War - The life and times of a Gallipoli soldier
Thomas Henry "Crosscut" Wilson
by Chris Holyday
ISBN 978-0-85905-652-6, (New, 2016), A4, 79 pages, illustrated, indexed, 240 grams
$30.00* + POST
Thomas Henry (Crosscut) Wilson was a mate of Henry Lawson. He came West in the 1890s in quest of gold but instead struck a very rich vein of literary success along the inky way.
The Customs and Traditions of the Aboriginal Natives of North Western Australia
by John G Withnell
ISBN 0 85905 423 3,(2007 Reprint 1901), Soft Cover, 35pp, 50 grams
$12.00* + POST
Pastoral pioneer John Withnell studied the natives of the NW for many years. His booklet was first published in 1901 at Roebourne.
The Cyclopedia of Western Australia
by J.S. Battye
ISBN 0 85905 072 6, (1985 reprint of 1912-13 edition), Two Volumes, Hard Cover, quarto, 1824pp, 5.2kg,
$250.00* + POST
The classic, two volume reference on the history of early Western Australia. Concise descriptions on many facets of the State with biographical data on over 950 pioneers and their families.