Third Meeting: 3rd July, 1890.
J. T. Meeson, B.A., President, in the chair.
Paper.—“On the Drift Formation of South Canterbury,” by J. Hardcastle. (Transactions, p. 311.)
Mr. Laing considered that the evidence brought forward, based upon the red gravels, was insufficient to support the theory that there had been two glacial periods in New Zealand.