The First-fruits of Mala
From Southern Cross Log (Australia/New Zealand edition), Nov. 10, 1905, pages 8-10.
Hints to Missionaries to Melanesia.
London: Melanesian Mission, 1907.
Darkness and Dawn: A Missionary Play in Three Acts Descriptive of the Work of the Melanesian Mission.
Sydney: The Australian Board of Missions, 1914.
A Churchman's View of the Fundamental Differences Operating in the Character of the Two Great Teutonic Nations Now at War: England and Germany, being a Patriotic Sermon Preached at St. Paul's Malvern, Near Melbourne, Sunday, 9th August, 1914.
Dictionary and Grammar of the Language of Sa'a and Ulawa, Solomon Islands with Appendices.
Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1918. [External link]
 "A Brief Grammar of Sa'a and Ulawa"
 "The Lord's Prayer in Twenty Languages as used in the Diocese of Melanesia in the Islands of the South Pacific"
 "Linguistics in the Western Pacific"
 "Melanesia and its People"
 "Some Historical Notes concerning the Melanesian Mission"
 "'Yachting' in Melanesia"
 "The Queensland Labour Trade"
 "Santa Cruz"
Grammar and Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Solomon Islands.
Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1921. [External link]
Melanesians of the South-East Solomon Islands.
London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1927.
Island Builders of the Pacific: How and Why the People of Mala Construct Their Artificial Islands, the Antiquity and Doubtful Origin of the Practice, with a Description of the Social Organization, Magic and Religion of Their Inhabitants.
London: Seeley, 1930.
Mota Primer for English Use.
British Solomon Islands: Melanesian Mission Press, 1936.