Contents - Volume 1, 1868
All full-page illustrations (plates) in this volume can be seen in the Picture Gallery.
- (title page)
- New Zealand Institute,
- Rules and Statutes of the New Zealand Institute, Gazetted in the “New Zealand Gazette,” March 9, 1868.
- List of Societies Incorporated with the New Zealand Institute.
- Office Bearers of the Wellington Philosophical Society.
- Office Bearers of the Auckland Institute.
- Office Bearers of the Philosophical Institute of Canterburg.
- Office Bearers of the Westland Naturalists' and Acclimatization Society.
Inaugural Address of Governor Sir George F. Bowen, G.C.M.G., as its First President. Delivered to the Members of the New Zealand Institute, August 4, 1868.
- Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 1868.
- Proceedings of the Wellington Philosophical Society.
- Proceedings of the Auckland Institute.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute. 1868
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute.
- Art. I.—On Boulders and Travelled Blocks, in the Wellington Province.
- Art. II—On the Measurements of Dinornis Bones, obtained from excavations in a swamp, situated at Glenmark, on the property of Messrs. Kermode and Co., up to February 15, 1868.
- Art. III—On Hybridization, with reference to variation in Plants.
- Art. IV.—On the recent Earthquakes and Wave Phenomena observed in New Zealand.
- Second Communication on the recent Earthquakes and Wave Phenomena.
- Third Communication on the same subject. [Read by Dr. Hector, October 12, 1868.]
- Art. V.—On a new mode for the direct Desilvering of Argentiferous Gold.
- Art. VI.—Notes on Herr Finsch's Review of Mr. Walter Buller's Essay on New Zealand Ornithology. By the Author.
- Art. VI. A.—Notes on Mr. Walter Buller's “Essay on the Ornithology of New Zealand.”
- Art. VII.—On the Celtic origin of the English Vowel sounds.
- Art. VIII.—On the Island of Rapa.
- Inaugural Address, Delivered to the Members of the Auckland Institute, May 4, 1868.
- Art. IX—Notes on Plants observed during a visit to the North of Auckland. April, 1868.
- Art. X.—On the Botany of the Great Barrier Island.
- Art. XI.—On some Experiments in Hydraulic Mortar, in Auckland.
- Art. XII.—Notes on the Birds of the Great Barrier Island.
- Art. XIII.—Notes on the Birds of the Little Barrier Island.
- Art. XIV.—Notes on the Basin of Te Tarata, Rotomahana.
- Art. XV.—Description of Arid Island, Hauraki Gulf.
- Art. XVI.—On the Geology of the Island of Pakihi.
- Art. XVII.—On the Utilization of the Phormium tenax.
- Art. XVIII.—On the Chatham Islands.
- Art. XIX.—Notes on the Rock specimens collected by H. H. Travers, Esq., on the Chatham Islands.
- Art. XX.—On the present state of Applied Science in the Canterbury Province. An Address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, November 5, 1866.
- Art. XXI.—On the Wave Phenomena observed in Lyttelton Harbour, August 15, 1868.
- Art. XXII.—On the recent Earthquakes on Land and Sea.
Part III. Essays.
- On the Geographical Botany of New Zealand. Explanatory of a Series of Essays by Sir David Monro, and Messrs. Travers and Buchanan.
- On the Leading Features of the Geographical Botany of the Provinces of Nelson and Marlborough, New Zealand.
- Remarks on a Comparison of the General Features of the Flora of the Provinces of Nelson and Marlborough with that of Canterbury. In a Letter Addressed to Sir David Monro,
- Sketch of the Botany of Otago,
- List of all the Flowering Plants Found in Otago; with their Proportionate Geographical Distribution in the Two Botanical Regions of the Eastern and Western Slopes of the Province, as Described by a Line, Extending from the Wanaka Lake, to the “Nuggets” at the Mouth of the Olutha, Along the Course of That River
On the Ornithology of New Zealand
On the Botany of the North Island of New Zealand.
On the Cultivation and Acclimatization of Trees and Plants.
On the Geology of the North Island of New Zealand
Short Sketch of the Maori Races.
On the Maori Races of New Zealand.
- Appendix to the Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute
- Errata and Addenda.