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Volume 19, 1886

Popular Lecture No. 1: 28th April, 1886.
Dr. W. H. Symes, President, in the chair.

“Recent Advances in Electricity,” by Professor Bickerton, F.C.S.

First Meeting: 6th May, 1886.
Dr. W. H. Symes, President, in the chair.

New Member.—Mr. T. H. Foster, M.A.

Papers.—1. “On the Geology of the Country between Oamaru and Moeraki,” by Professor F. W. Hutton. (Transactions, p. 415.)

2. “Note on the Geology of the Valley of the Waihao,” by Professor F. W. Hutton. (Transactions, p. 430.)

Second Meeting: 2nd June, 1886.
Dr. W. H. Symes, President, in the chair.

The President announced that Mr. C. Chilton had resigned his position as Secretary, owing to his removal to Dunedin; that the Council had accepted his resignation with regret, and had accorded him a hearty vote of thanks for his services to the Institute.

Paper.—“The Geology of the Trelissick or Broken River Basin, Selwyn County,” by Professor F. W. Hutton. (Transactions, p. 392.)