On the Varieties of Food for and Management of the Silkworm (Part II.)
2. “Traces of Ancient Glaciers in the Province of Nelson,” by A. D. Dobson. (See Transactions, p. 336.)
Some discussion took place, and Mr. T. Mackay said that he could vouch for the accuracy of the author's description of the Mount Arthur and Mount Spencer districts, as he had himself observed the traces of glacial action in both, but he was not prepared to enter into the hypothesis which Mr. Dobson had raised regarding the origin of glaciers in New Zealand.