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21. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 21 (1921-1922) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 21 (1921-1922) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

22. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 22 (1922-1923) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 22 (1922-1923) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

23. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 23 (1923-1924) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 23 (1923-1924) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

24. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 24 (1924-1925) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 24 (1924-1925) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

25. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 25 (1925-1926) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 25 (1925-1926) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

26. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 1 (July 1926) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 1 (July 1926) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Town side, Placentia, with church, convent and presbytery in the foreground [illustration] -- Agriculture and politics / A. J. Bayly -- The new Red Cross Line steamer “Nerissa” -- Log cabin hotel, Spruce Brook [illustration] -- Commemoration Day 1914-1926 -- Right Rev. George C. Pidgeon, D.D. -- A valley vista / P. Florence Miller -- The Honourable Sir John Robert Bennett, K.B.E. -- A morning’s catch, South-East Arm, Placentia, near Fulford’s Hotel [illustration] -- Liverpool and Newfoundland : communication with Britain’s oldest colony ; Furness Line’s palatial steamers -- Square-rigger unfamiliar sight : Danish ship attracted much attention -- Mr. Frank S. Quick, Managing Director Newfoundland Hotel -- Caught before breakfast [illustration] -- Tobacco pipes and the prominent position they hold in literature : unequalled as producers of creative inspirational powers ; pipes and tobacco have been great aids to authors, artists and artisans of every grade and degree ; they soothe the mind and put it in condition to achieve richest results / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Shady Brook Falls [illustration] -- “The Killarney of the West,” South-East Arm, Placentia -- The late Hon. William J. Ellis -- One-minute sermon on eye-sight / H. B. Thomson, Opt.D. -- The late Hon. Philip Templeman -- Morning and evening / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Clarke’s Beach, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Hunting memories of many lands / Sir T. H. Grattan Esmonde -- The Humber River [illustration] -- “The Downs,” Ferryland [illustration] -- Southeast Arm, Placentia [illustration] -- The Newfoundland fox [illustration] -- “Somewhere east o’ Halifax” / G. H. McCarthy -- Trout flies / Thos. Wight.

27. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 2 (October 1926) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 2 (October 1926) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals East end of St. John’s, showing Newfoundland Hotel [illustration] -- Scenes in Bowring Park [illustration] -- Hunting memories of many lands : salmon fishing in Newfoundland / Sir T. H. Grattan Esmonde -- Veteran’s Island, in the beautiful “Swans” of Placentia [illustration] -- Guests at Fulford’s Hotel, near South-East Arm, Placentia : famous for salmon and trout fishing [illustration] -- Quarry River, Seal Cove, Conception Bay [illustration] -- A morning’s catch, South-East Arm, Placentia [illustration] -- Trout caught five miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- Playing a salmon : Big Falls, Upper Humber River [illustration] -- Salmon pool, North Harbour River, Colinet [illustration] -- Great Battling Brook, above the Exploits [illustration] -- My illustrated talks / A. J. Bayly -- Herd of Ayrshire cattle, property of Mr. H. MacPherson, at “Westerland” farm [illustration] -- Herd of Holstein cows at “Grove Farm,” Quidi Vidi Lake, property of a Mr. A. V. Ross [illustration] -- William J. Walsh, Esq., Minister of Agriculture and Mines [illustration] -- Saint Francis of Assisi / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Goldenrod / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Presentation to Hon. Walter S. Monroe, Prime Minister : dinner at the Newfoundland Hotel -- Surprise presentation to Sir John and Lady Bennett -- Presentation to Sir John C. Crosbie, K.B.E., by officials of the Finance and Customs Departments -- Hons. Mr. Justice Warren and Mr. Justice Johnson -- The passing of two well-known citizens : Late George F. Turner -- Late Thomas Bonia [illustrations] -- The new Minister of Public Works : Walter McKenzie Chambers -- Christian Brothers’ jubilee enthusiastically celebrated : large gathering at all functions ; universal sympathy in the work of the Brothers -- The late Sir Michael P. Cashin -- Various materials used in ancient and modern tobacco pipes : numerous sources have contributed to the production of the instrument of solace and delight ; shell, wood, clay, gold, silver, iron, copper, bronze, synthetic substance, science and art, each has played a prominent role / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Pipes from all peoples [illustration] -- Presentation and address to Professor Charles Hutton, K.S.G. : citizens recognition of service -- Amor sympatica / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- The late William A. B. Sclater.

28. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 3, (December 1926) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 3, (December 1926) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Picknicing at Gull Pond, Broad Cove Road, in good old summer time [illustration] -- Is Mother Earth confronted by too many mouths to feed? : drain on food supply one of vast problems ; economic conditions, exhausting of soil and deforestation among principal causes for alarm / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- At Petries, Bay of Islands [illustration] -- Annunciata / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Hunting memories of many lands : Newfoundland caribou / Sir T. H. Grattan Esmonde -- Our colonial affairs and how they are managed / Alex A. Parsons -- Sea and river fishing : camping on the Gambo / Rev. John T. Ashley -- Annual Regatta at Quidi Vidi [illustration] -- Newfoundland seal-hunters [illustration] -- Newfoundland Medical Association Convention / H. H. Mosdell -- Newfoundland’s tribute to late Gov. Davidson -- Rev. James Duffy’s Well, R.I.P. / Rev. T. J. Gough -- The Priest’s Well / Dan Carroll -- Newfoundland and Devon : associations of deep interest / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- The late Patrick J. Summers, K.C. -- Moon dreams / E. F. Duder -- Ode to historic St. John’s / Gregory J. Power -- Peter Joy and his noted mare “Molivera,” by Atlantic Express : Dam, Sweet Marie [illustration] -- A well-known racer on Quidi Vidi in 1919 [illustration] -- Harvest-time at Robinson’s Hill : eleven acres of hay, owned by Mount Cashel [illustration] -- Grand-uncle Jerry’s visit / P. Florence Miller -- Christmas Eve / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Mayor Avenue : the water line from Cove Road to Lond Pond Road [illustration] -- Modern Norsemen : frail Norwegian boat crosses the Atlantic -- A visit from St. Nicholas / Clement Clark Moore.

29. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 4 (April 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 4 (April 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Indian Harbor, Newfoundland-Labrador [illustration] -- The lure of Placentia : of special interest to prospective visitors to Newfoundland / Sir Thomas H. Grattan Esmonde -- National aspect of the tourist traffic / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- The S.S. “Caribou” : connecting link between North Sydney and Port aux Basque, Newfoundland -- Playing a salmon, Upper Humber River [illustration] -- The S.S. “Nerissa” : Red Cross Line, New York, Halifax and St. John’s, Nfld. route [illustration] -- S.S. “Silvia” : Red Cross Line, New York, Halifax and St. John’s, Nfld. [illustration] -- Special train at Bowring Park [illustration] -- Newfoundland Government steamer “Kyle” [illustration] -- South West Arm and Goose Cove, Trinity [illustration] -- Indian Falls, Hall’s Bay [illustration] -- The Newfoundland Hotel : “a bit of the new world in the old world” [illustration] -- Roads / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Ex tenebris mundi / Robert Gear MacDonald -- The problem of taxation / D. H. Travers -- H.M.S. “Hood” at Topsail, Conception Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Labrador goes to Newfoundland -- One morning in Assisi / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Dream voyage / Bro. Justin -- The late Rev. John T. Ashley -- The passing of Sir Robert Bond -- Requiem / D. Carroll -- The Deputy Minister of Justice -- At Easter / Edward F. Garesche -- The Bungalow, Bowring Park [illustration] -- Mr. James A. Carmichael, Secretary-Treasurer Commercial Travellers’ Association / H. -- To the bereaved / D.C. -- Sealing results to date -- S.S. “Neptune,” Capt. W. Winsor, Job Bros. & Co. [illustration] -- First and second arrival : April 8 -- St. George���s coal fields -- S.S. “Nascopie,” Capt. A. Kean, Messrs. Bowring Brothers, Ltd., high-liner [illustration] -- S.S. “Beothic,” Capt. Geo. Barbour, Messrs. Job Brothers & Co., Ltd., second highest [illustration] -- S.S. “Portia” : government mail steamer, western route [illustration].

30. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 1 (July 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 1 (July 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals On Cape Shore, between Placentia and St. Bride’s [illustration] -- The possibilities of Labrador -- Labrador and what it means to us [part I] / Sir P. T. McGrath -- Song / Robert Gear MacDonald -- The new Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Mines -- A sonnet / E. F. Duder -- Commemoration ceremonies solemn and impressive -- A land of vast resources -- Silver Jubilee of Rt. Rev. Monsignor Kitchin, Ph.D. : address by parishioners of St. Patrick’s ; Children’s jubilee hymn -- The late Alan C. Goodridge -- Flowers trap food, travel and frolic in struggle to exist : “the meanest flower that blows can give thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears” ; plants build, brew and hire armed guards ; fuller and more expressive life often seen in beautiful blossoms / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Wreath placed on Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, 1922, by Mr. Victor Gordon, H.C. [illustration] -- Flowers in Bannerman Park [illustration] -- Wreath placed on Cenotaph in Whitehall from the women of Newfoundland, 1922, by Lady Squires [illustration] -- Flowers at park near Colonial Building [illustration] -- Swimmin’ in the crick / Maurice C. Johnson -- Two mothers / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- To tourists : Newfoundland recreation -- Spring (Bay of Islands, Newfoundland) / Ena Constance Barrett -- Dear old Tor’s Cove Pond / J. T. Power -- The new hall of the L.S.P.U., Victoria Street -- Earl Haig and Governor Allardyce with Regatta Committee in 1924 [illustration] -- Our annual Regatta August 4th, 1927 -- Regatta at Quidi Vidi Lake : waiting for to start [illustration].

31. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 2 (October 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 2 (October 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals An eager demand for salt : steamer in St. John’s Harbor surrounded by fishing vessels waiting to load [illustration] -- Newfoundland and the Atlantides : science gropes for history of lost continent ; territory was described as extensive and fertile, while inhabitants lived amid great luxury ; race depicted as refugees in Americas / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Esquimaux making a kyak [illustration] -- Group of Labrador Esquimaux [illustration] -- Late Sir William McGregor interviewing the Micmacs at Conne River in 1908, with Hon. Capt. Eli Dawe (then Min. Marine & Fisheries) at the right [illustration] -- The Bally Haley Golf and Country Club House [illustration] -- Labrador Esquimaux in winter time [illustration] -- Our disappearing forests / Frank J. D. Barnjum -- Vincit qui se vincit / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Labrador and what it means to us [part II] / Sir P. T. McGrath -- An eager demand for salt : steamer in St. John’s Harbor surrounded by fishing vessels waiting to load [illustration] -- “Runnin’ out a gale” / X -- “Long Harry” and “The Sisters” (a rocky reef near Harbor Grace) / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Newfoundland / Mrs. Jean Harvey -- Sir Wilfred Grenfell : a true knight -- A medical missionary and his work / Canon A. G. Bayly -- On Heaven’s sea / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- The new statue of St. Teresa at Corpus Christi Church -- Collection and historic picture donated to Mount Cashel by friends in Boston -- Christian Brothers’ Jubilee Number -- Our mercantile and industrial fair -- View of St. John’s Harbor from Southside [illustration] -- The lighthouse at Cape Race : one of many aids to navigation controlled by the Dominion of Canada -- MacMillan base near Nain, Labrador.

32. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 3 (December 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 3 (December 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Government House in winter : “silver thaw” [illustration] -- Christmas Eve / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Over to Aunt Martha’s / P. Florence Miller -- Island of my dreams / Bro. Justin -- Shrine of glorious flower of Carmel : St. Teresa at Corpus Christi Church, Waterford Bridge -- Homeward bound / Brother Justin -- Snowflakes / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Home / Ena Constance Barrett -- Waterford Bridge Road, showing Corpus Christi Church and St. Bride’s College, “Littledale” [illustration] -- Recompense / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Response / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Mount Cashel -- A picture of the past : a romance of Newfoundland in the days of French occupation / Addison Bown -- Cabot Tower : signal station at St. John’s [illustration] -- North Battery : Signal Hill, St. John’s, in 1846 [illustration] -- Placentia [illustration] -- The Queen’s Battery : The Narrows, St. John’s [illustration] -- Field-Marshal Earl Haig [illustration] -- H.M.S. “Repulse” and “Adelaide” leaving Topsail Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Off The Narrows : under Fort Amherst [illustration] -- St. John’s fire-fighting apparatus initiated by Inspector General Hutchings : No. 1 Motor Fire Truck, Central Station ; Pumper and aerial ladder truck at Central Station ; No. 1 Motor Fire Truck, Western Station [illustrations] -- Farms of the Empire : fertilizers as a vital factor / A. E. Tomlinson -- Christ and Christmas / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- Scientists predict tides will lengthen span of day to month : science hopes to get power out of ocean ; energy stored in restless waters will prove great boon when process for extracting is perfected / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- The R. C. Palace at St. John’s [illustration] -- “Beaconsfield” : the country home of His Grace Archbishop Roche [illustration] -- “Winterholm” : residence of Sir M. G. and Lady Winter, Rennie’s Mill Road [illustration] -- Water Street, St. John’s [illustration] -- We visit the “auld toon” : an impression of Ayr, N.B. / Capt. Leo Murphy -- Fishing schooners in St. John’s Harbor : fog lifting from The Narrows [illustration] -- The British Empire : a hundred and fifty years ago and today / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- Church of England Cathedral [illustration] -- Roman Catholic Cathedral [illustration] -- Gower Street Methodist Church [illustration] -- The passing of two well-known citizens : the late William Noel / H. F. Shortis ; The late Daniel F. Kent -- The new hall of the Holy Name Society -- The St. John’s Municipal Council Building, Duckworth Street [illustration].

33. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 28 (1928-1929) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 28 (1928-1929) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

34. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 1 (July 1929) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 1 (July 1929) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Through Torbay, about seven miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- Salmon fishing in Newfoundland / Sir William Allardyce -- United Church College : the largest school building in the country, for boys and girls -- Hon. D. A. Ryan honoured by the Vatican -- The Galway Port Project -- The gateway to the west -- Bishop Feild College : the boys’ branch of the Church of England College for Newfoundland situated in St. John’s -- The college song / Rev. D. W. Blackall -- A tribute (to the American Red Cross upon the completion of its relief and rehabilitation work in Porto Rico following the hurricane of September thirteenth, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight) / Elizabeth Kneipple Van Deusen -- Down Cape St. Francis way / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Sky songs / Amy Redpath Roddick -- The passing of Hon. Sir Patrick Thomas McGrath -- Labrador Indians : their customs and beliefs ; American scientist study the habits of the rapidly disappearing Nascopies / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Ellen / Honora -- Newfoundland sports : O’Toole’s record in Boston Marathon ; J. Maher retains championship -- Tenth anniversary of first trans-Atlantic air flight : St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Ireland, 1919-1929 / William Campbell -- Mount Cashel orphanage and training school / W. J. Carew -- Life in the brilliant Orient : rickshaws and Parisian millinery in Saigon ; an island of peace off Java ; chickens on doors ; temple services and country dances / Grace Farrelly -- Torbay, about seven miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- Renewal / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- The silent people / E. F. Duder -- The new Labrador / Ex. -- Incidents in the life of Marshal Foch -- The last words of Marshal Foch / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- A British submarine in St. John’s Harbour in 1915 -- Galway City as it is and may be / R. J. Kelly -- Out fishin’ -- The universal om / John Milton Smither -- The new Solicitor General -- Fully equipped fire patrol man extinguishing fire [illustration].

35. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 2 (October 1929) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 2 (October 1929) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Colinet River ; Steady Brook Falls [illustrations] -- Lord Morris visits Newfoundland -- A storm / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Anthony Trollope and Ireland / R. J. Kelly -- Winter Place : Robinson’s Hill, looking across the Feildian athletic grounds [illustration] -- Rennie’s Bridge : showing Rennie’s Mill Road extension [illustration] -- London past and future / Julian Hall -- Wandsworth Hospital, London, England : where many of our soldier were cared for during the Great War [illustration] -- Scout Master Ivany tells Rotarians about Jamboree : interesting story of Newfoundland Troop Boy Scouts who took part in international assembly at Arrows Park -- Ad perfecto / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- St. John’s Municipal Council : elected December, 1925 [illustration] -- Holyrood, Conception Bay [illustration] -- The head of the bay (a holiday experience) / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Transformed / G. M. S. -- Unemployment in Britain : a scientific programme of attack / A. E. Tomlinson -- General Edward J. Higgins, S.A., and Mrs. Higgins [illustration] -- The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam : an interpretation / Arthur Wakefield Slaten -- Bishop Field College : auditorium [illustration] -- United Church College (LeMarchant Road) : auditorium [illustration] -- United Church College (Pitts Memorial) : auditorium [illustration] -- The old spot / Rev. Matthew Russell -- Growth of trade within the Empire : Empire Marketing Board’s report -- The British Empire in the Atlantic : a vast and splendid realm / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- Rotary Playground’s swimming pool, Rennie’s River [illustration] -- Another favorite swimming pool : “Slidding Rock,” Rennie’s River [illustration] -- Progress in the Free States : remarkable testimonies -- Bay D’Espoir River [illustration] -- Salmonier River [illustration] -- September evening / Dorris O’Brien -- The British lands / Amy Redpath Roddick -- The four-boat contest at our annual regatta [illustration] -- Lord Dewar.

36. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 3 (December 1929) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 3 (December 1929) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals The Star of Bethlehem [illustration] -- Christmas memories and New Year anticipations / Alex. A. Parsons -- “Madonna della sedia,” by Raphael [illustration] -- A child’s Christmas / Brian O’Higgins -- The king of all birds : lore and legends of the wren / Sean Mac Giollarnath -- The new road from Robinson’s Hill to Mount Carmel, built last winter [illustration] -- Field of Irish cobbler potatoes at C. of E. orphanage farm [illustration] -- The sage / John Milton Smither -- “They that go down to the sea” / E. W. B. -- Progress at Buchans Mine, Newfoundland -- Panorama of Buchans taken November, 1928 : Mill, mine shaft and staff buildings ; Residences and Town Hall ; Storage and government building ; Residences and churches [illustrations] -- Earthquake and tidal wave disaster -- Extracts from the daily papers on the earthquake and tidal wave disaster -- Our Christmas - and theirs / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Comforted / G. M. S. -- Sergt. Ricketts, V.C., returns home -- Aeroplanes promise to restore the greatness of Mesopotamia : the air route to India, China and Australia based on line along the Euphrates Valley ; lands desolate for ages may be revived / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Urban F. Diteman seated in his monoplane “Golden Hind,” at Lester’s Field [illustration] -- Drying fish at Messrs. Job Brothers & Co., Ltd. [illustration] -- Landing and culling fish at Messrs. Baine, Johnston & Co. [illustration] -- British seaplane [illustration] -- Bringing fish to the Prairies : Lord Morris in the “Daily Mail” writes on a chance for British settlement in Newfoundland, and reviving an industry that employed 30,000 men -- S.S. “Imogene” (owned by Bowring Brothers, Ltd., St. John’s, Nfld.) [illustration] -- Councillors elected December 9th, 1929 [portraits, including : Andrew G. Carnell, Jonas C. Barter, James R. Chalker, Ernest St. Clair Churchill, John P. Kelly, Charles W. Ryan] -- Cape Broyle Harbour : one of our principal bait supplying stations [illustration] -- The dry dock, St. John’s, Newfoundland : re-built in 1926 [illustration] -- Topsail Hill [illustration] -- “The Beamer,” Flat Rock, ten miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- Portugal Cove, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Drying fish at Baine, Johnston & Co’s. premises [illustration] -- Chas. J. Howlett, D.D.S. : Mayor-Elect -- S.S. “Beothic” (owned by Job Brothers & Co., Ltd.) [illustration] -- Christmas joy and pain / Bertille Tobin -- The last words of Clemenceau / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- Partners / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- St. Bonaventure’s College, St. John’s [illustration] -- United Church College, United Church (Scotch Kirk), Long’s Hill [illustration] -- Loading pulp and paper at Botwood, Newfoundland [illustration] -- On the Exploits River [illustration] -- Entrance to South-West Arm, Trinity [illustration].

37. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 4 (April 1930) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 4 (April 1930) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Ferryland : the site of Lord Baltimore’s mansion built three centuries ago [illustration] -- Impressions of recent visit to Newfoundland / Lord Morris -- East end of St. John’s City, showing Newfoundland Hotel [illustration] -- Fulfort’s Hotel, near South-East Arm, Placentia [illustration] -- The S.S. “Newfoundland,” one of the Furness, Withy Co’s. palatial steamers [illustration] -- Clarke’s Beach, Conception Bay [illustration] -- On Cape Shore between Placentia and St. Bride’s [illustration] -- The old Colinet Road re-built [illustration] -- Road at Warren’s Pond : re-built by High Roads Commission [illustration] -- Collier’s Hill [illustration] -- The Ellis Bridge over “The Gorge,” on the road to Placentia [illustration] -- Symbol of Peace / John Milton Smither -- The origins and development of the public finance of our Dominions / Robert Saunders -- “The Narrows,” St. John’s Harbour [illustration] -- One day’s catch at Butler’s Falls, Salmonier River : 11 salmon, 4 to 7 lbs. [illustration] -- Interior of one of the modern dining cars ; Interior of one of the modern sleeping cars ; Both cars now used by the Newfoundland Railway [illustrations] -- Rocky River Bridge, near Colinet [illustration] -- Catching brook trout at Quarry River, near Seal Cove [illustration] -- The old stone church, convent, new church and presbytery at Torbay [illustration] -- Attainment / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Galway and Newfoundland -- Forgetting / G. M. S. -- Sir Richard Anderson Squires [illustration] -- Important Canadian public men and officials contemplate to visit Newfoundland this summer -- The S.S. “Nova Scotia” leaving the harbor at St. John���s [illustration] -- The S.S. “Caribou” which plies between Port-aux-Basques and North Sydney [illustration] -- Tourist policy -- The western terminus of the Newfoundland Railway at Port-aux-Basques [illustration] -- Newfoundland Railway steam coach [illustration] -- S.S. “Nascopie,” Job Brothers & Co., Ltd. [illustration] -- Sealing results to date -- A young harp seal photographed at the icefields [illustration] -- Most Rev. Edward Patrick Roche, D.D., Archbishop of St. John’s, Newfoundland [illustration] -- His Grace Archbishop Roche returns from Rome : cathedral decorated and joy bells rang out ; clergy, citizens’ committee and people at pier -- Quidi Vidi Lake, where our annual regatta is held [illustration] -- The terminal station of the Newfoundland Railway, at St. John’s [illustration] -- A locomotive of the 4-4-0 type, built by the Baldwin locomotive works in 1891 and still in active service [illustration] -- The fisheries of Newfoundland / James Murray -- The severed cables : November’s earthquake reshaped the ocean’s floor / J. W. Gregory -- Sir Thomas Esmonde’s visit to Rome : meeting with Apostolic Nuncio ; the ceremonies in St. Peter’s ; remarkable energy of the Pope / by special representative “Ennscorthy Echo” -- Galway as an air base / R. J. Kelly -- Odd place for a wedding ring -- The Newfoundland Quarterly -- Newfoundland schooners and Atlantic storms : a study in romantic adventures and a lesson / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- A clear March night / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Let us pray / D. Carroll -- Wreckage of houses, stores and fishing gear, at Port aux Bras, after tidal wave [illustration] -- Toleration / W. T. H. Salter -- Bridge Cove, between Burin and Port aux Bras : spars to be seen of Wm. H. Isaac’s vessel ; wreckage floating over another sunken vessel [illustration].

38. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 30 (1930-1931) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 30 (1930-1931) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

39. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 31 (1931-1932) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 31 (1931-1932) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals See issue-level for table of contents.

40. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 32, no. 1 (July 1932) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 32, no. 1 (July 1932) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Rennie’s Bridge, showing Rennie’s Mill Road extension [illustration] -- Will Newfoundland’s fish trade decay? : many commercial prizes of yesterday are a drug on the market to-day ; history of commerce shows a constant flux in the demands for commodities / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Petries, Bay of Islands [illustration] -- Surf at Logy Bay [illustration] -- Gypsum at Port-au-Port [illustration] -- To a little child / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- A look at Norwich, England / Walter Scott -- [Norwich] [illustration] -- Deep things / Margaret Wilkinson -- “Father Duffy’s Well” on the Salmonier Line [illustration] -- Wings of peace -- Over Labrador by aeroplane : a land of lakes, rivers and rocks ; a thousand miles of spruce ; magnificence of Hamilton Falls -- Lands under the Union Flag : resources unmatched by the world ; will Ottawa weld an economic unit? / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- The wonderful British Empire -- The new government / by a former M.H.A. [commentary with portraits, including : Frederick C. Alderdice, J. C. Puddester, L. Edward Emerson, Harry A. Winter, Francis McNamara, S. J. Foote, William J. Browne, Harold Mitchell, John Stone, William J. Walsh, Kenneth M. Brown, James S. Ayre, Capt. William C. Winsor, H. W. Quinton] -- Our summer / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Vignettes : Werts ; Stars ; The sty / Florence Miller -- Jonah’s whale -- Three numbers wanted -- His local fame (?) / Dan Carroll -- American Irish Historical Society -- Bell Island and Kelly’s Island, Conception Bay, as seen from Topsail [illustration] -- In memory of Arthur Douglas Thomson Sullivan / by one of his admirers -- Health problems to-day : a survey of modern medicine ; efforts of physicians to reduce sickness and increase the span of life ; four major ailments are still baffling research / E. Starr Judd, M.D. -- Hail ; and lead on / Dan Carroll --Huge flying boat and plane visit Newfoundland : trans-Atlantic flight water-plane Do-X, Captain Christiansen, May 19, 1932 ; Mrs. Amelia Earhart-Putnam, lady solo trans-Atlantic flight -- [Newfoundland wilderness scenes] [illustration].
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