I picked up this book at a second-hand bookstore in Takapuna today (and yes, that is indeed sticky tape you can see all over the cover. It's coming off through age, at least).
For Glory and A Farm, by Frank Glen, was published in 1984 by the Whakatane Historical Society as Monograph No. 10, and is about the involvement of the Australian colonies in the New Zealand Land Wars of the 19th century.
Fortunately, there is a copy of the text from the book published online, at one of my favourite sites, Digger History. Have a read.
The cover photo, by the way, has this caption:
"Members of the 99th regiment who fought in the New Zealand Wars of 1845-47 at the Anglesea Barracks, Hobart, Tasmania, circa 1900. These veterans who settled in Australia have met for the final time, just 50 years after the erection of the only memorial in Australia to the New Zealand Wars. Photo taken by the Tasmanian Government Photographer J W Beattie. Photo: Australian Army."