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The Bird of Paradise

Sources for Footnotes

Sources for Footnotes

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Please note that all historical articles from New Zealand or Australian newspapers are available at the National Library of New Zealand's Papers Past project, or the National Library of Australia's Historical Australian Newspapers collection.