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Volume 19, 1886
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Salmon-trout from Hutt River

Exhibits.—(1.) A fine specimen of female salmon-trout which had been caught by Mr. Rutherfurd in the Hutt River, weighing 11 pounds, was exhibited by Dr. Hector. (2.) The Chairman exhibited a map of the recent earthquakes at Charlestown, which he had just received, and certain remarkable facts connected with them were discussed. (3.) A collection of fossils from Otago were also shown and described by Mr. McKay.

Dr. Hutchinson was nominated to vote in the election of Governors of the New Zealand Institute for the ensuing year.