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Volume 23, 1890

Appendix.

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Meteorology.

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Comparative Abstract for 1890 and Previous Years.
Barometer at 9.30 a.m. Temperature from Self-registering Instruments read in Morning for Twenty-four Hours previously. Computed from Observations. Rain. Wind. Cloud.
Stations. Mean Reading. Extreme Range. Mean Temp. in Shade. Mean Daily Range of Temp. Extreme Range of Temp. Max. Temp. in Sun's Rays. Min Temp. on Grass. Mean Elastic Force of Vapour. Mean Degree of Moisture (Saturation 100). Total Fall in Inches. No. of Days on which Rain fell. Average Daily Force in Miles for Year. Maximum Velocity in Miles in any 24 hours, and Date. Mean Amount (0 to 10).
Auckland 30.020 1.140 59.6 12.9 42.0 147.0 29.0 0.370 71 46.100 176 5.8
Previous 26 years 29.982 59.1 0.388 73 42.240 185
Wellington 29.978 1.474 55.8 13.8 50.0 139.0 27.0 0.330 72 45.230 165 226 680 on 18th Feb. 4.0
Previous 26 years 29.923 54.6 0.334 72 50.772 159 Feb.
Dunedin 30.140 1.516 51.1 14.8 53.0 140.0 26.0 0.302 79 27.984 155 132 570 on 29th Oct. 5.4
Previous 26 years 29.866 50.2 0.277 74 34.916 161 Oct.

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Average Temperature of Seasons, compared with those of the Previous Year.
Stations. Spring September, October, November. Summer. December, January, February. Autumn. March, April, May. Winter. June, July, August.
1889. 1890. 1889. 1890. 1889. 1890. 1889 1890.
Auckland 58.3 58.3 66.5 65.8 60.5 60.3 52.8 54.2
Wellington 54.8 54.9 62.7 61.6 56.1 57.3 47.7 49.3
Dunedin 51.6 51.2 60.5 58.9 51.6 52.0 40.3 42.5
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General Remarks for 1890.

January.—Very fine in North; generally showery during middle of month over centre, and showery in South; winds on the whole moderate, and prevailed from S.W. and N.W.

February.—“Very fine dry weather throughout, with moderate variable winds.

March.—Generally fine weather, with pleasant showers, especially towards end of month. Earthquake over centre on 7th, at 5.30 p.m., slight.

April.—In North heavy rain, especially in early part of month, and strong N.E. and N.W. winds; in South showery, but small total fall, and light winds. Earthquake over centre on 9th, at 4.5 a.m., smart.

May.—Generally showery unpleasant weather throughout. Slight earthquake in South on 1st, and meteor on 21st.

June.—Showery, with intervals of fine weather; wind moderate.

July.—A very wet month, with prevailing N.E. and S.E. winds, and frequently strong. Slight earthquake over centre on 16th, at 9.30 a.m.

August.—In North and over centre showery weather, with strong N.E. and S.E. winds; in South fine, with moderate W. and S.W. winds. Slight shocks of earthquake on 15th, at 6.45 a.m., over centre.

September.—In extreme North showery during middle of month, with strong N.E. winds; over centre showers with intervals of fine, and strong winds from N.W. and S.; in South, fine with moderate winds.

October.—In North heavy rain, especially in latter part of month, and strong winds from N.E., N.W., and S.W., also thunder; over centre showery, but not excessive rain; and strong N.W. winds; in South frequent showers of rain, but not heavy fall; strong W. and S.W. wind during latter part of month.

November. — Generally fine weather, although rather showery in early part of month in South; rather windy from N.W. over centre.

December.—In North, fine with little rain; over centre heavy rain in early part and showery during latter part of month, and strong N.W. winds; in South generally showery from S.W. and N.W.

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Earthquakes reported in New Zealand during 1890.

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Place. Jan. Feb. Mar. April May. June. July. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total.
Gisborne 7* 1
Tauranga 7* 1
Opotiki 7* 1
Taupo 7* 1
Napier 7* 1
Wellington 7* 9* 16 15* 4
Rangitikei 16 1
Wanganui 15* 1
Palmerston North 7* 1
Timaru 18 1
Oamaru 25* 1
Queenstown 31* 1* 2
Arrowtown 31* 1
Reefton 15 1

Note.—The figures denote the day of the month on which one or more shocks were felt. Those with the asterisk affixed were described as smart. The remainder were only slight tremors, and no doubt escaped record at most stations, there being no instrumental means employed for their detection. These tables are therefore not reliable as far as indicating the geographical distribution of the shocks.

New Zealand Institute.

Honorary Members.

1870.
  • Finsch, Otto, Ph.D., of Bremen Flower, W. H., F.R.S., F.R.C.S.

  • Hooker, Sir J. D., K.C.S.I., C.B., M.D., F.R.S.

  • von Mueller, Baron Sir Ferdinand, K.C.M.G., M.D., F.R.S.

  • Owen, Sir Richard, K.C.B., D.C.L., F.R.S.

  • Richards, Admiral Sir G. H., C.B., F.R.S.

1872.
  • Grey, Sir George, K.C.B., D.C.L.

  • Huxley, Thomas H., LL.D., F.R.S.

1873.
  • Bowen, Sir George Ferguson, G.C.M.G., P.C.

  • Cambridge, The Rev. O. Pickard, M.A., C.M.Z.S.

  • Günther, A., M.D., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.

1874.
  • McLachlan, Robert, F.L.S.

  • Newton, Alfred, F.R.S.

1875.
  • Sclater, Philip Lutley, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.

1876.
  • Etheridge, Prof. Robert, F.R.S.

  • Berggren, Dr. S.

1877.
  • Weld, Sir Frederick A., G.C.M.G.

  • Sharp, Dr. D.

1878.
  • Müller, Professor Max, F.R.S.

1883.
  • Thomson, Sir William, F.R.S.

  • Ellery, Robert, L. J., F.R.S.

1885.
  • Sharp, Richard Bowdler, M.A., F.L.S.

  • Wallace, A. R., F.L.S.

1888.
  • McCoy, Professor Sir F., K.C.M.G., Sc.D., F.R.S.

  • van Beneden, Professor J. P.

  • von Ettingshausen, Baron C.

1890.
  • Riley, Professor C. V.

  • Nordstedt, Professor Otto, Ph.D.

  • Liversidge, Professor A., M.A., F.R.S.

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Ordinary Members.

Wellington Philosophical Society.

  • Allen, F.

  • Atkinson, A. S., Nelson

  • Barraud, W. F.

  • Barron, C. C. N.

  • Barton, W.

  • Batkin, C. T.

  • Beetham, G., M.H.R.

  • Beetham, W. M.

  • Bell, E. D.

  • Best, E., Gisborne

  • Blair, J. R.

  • Blair, W. N., C.E.

  • Bold, E. H., C.E., Napier

  • Bothamley, A. T.

  • Brandon, A. de B.

  • Brown, W. R. E.

  • Buchanan, John, F.L.S.*

  • Buller, Sir W. L., K.C.M.G., D.Sc., F.R.S.

  • Byrne, J. W.

  • Caldwell, R.

  • Campbell, Major

  • Carlile, W. W., M.A.

  • Chapman, Martin

  • Chatfield, W. C.

  • Chudleigh, E. R.

  • Cohen, W. T.

  • Colenso, W., F.L.S., Napier

  • Collins, A. S., Nelson

  • Connal, E.

  • Cooper, A. McD.

  • Dasent, Rev. A.

  • Davis, J. W.

  • Davy, Dr. T. G., Kumara

  • Dawson, William

  • Denton, George

  • Donaldson, R.

  • Drew, S.H., Wanganui

  • Duthie, J.

  • Earle, P.

  • Esdaile, J., Oamaru

  • Ferard, B. A., Napier

  • Ferguson, W., C.E.

  • Field, H. C., Wanganui

  • France, Charles, M.R.C.S.E.

  • Frankland, F.W.

  • Fraser, Hon. Capt., F.R.G.S., Dunedin

  • Fraser, F. H.

  • Gillespie, C. H.

  • Gordon, H., F.G.S.

  • Gore, R. B.

  • Govett, R. H.

  • Grace, Hon. M. S., M.D.

  • Graham, C. C.

  • Gudgeon, Lt.-Colonel

  • Harcourt, J. B.

  • Harris, J. Chantrey

  • Hart, Hon. Robert

  • Hassell, Dr.

  • Hector, Sir James, K.C.M.G., M.D., F.R.S.

  • Henley, J. W.

  • Herbert, W. H.

  • Hewitt, J. D. R., Com'der R.N.

  • Higginson, H. P., M. Inst. C.E.

  • Holmes, R. L., F.R. Met. Soc., Fiji*

  • Holmes, R. T.

  • Horn, J., Pitone

  • Hudson, G. V.

  • Hughes, H., M.I.M.E.

  • Hulke, C., F.C.S.

  • Hurley, J.

  • Inwood, D., Canterbury

  • Johnson, Hon. G. Randall*

  • Joseph, Joseph

  • Kenny, Hon. Captain C.

  • Keyworth, A. B.

  • King, T.

  • Kirk, H. B., M.A.

  • Kirk, Thomas, F.L.S.

  • Kirk, T. W., F.R.M.S.

  • Kirk, W. L.

[Footnote] * Life-members.

– 644 –
  • Knight, Charles, F.R.C.S., F.L.S.

  • Knowles, J.

  • Krull, F. A., Wanganui

  • Lee, C. W., Otaki

  • Lee, R.

  • Levin, W. H.

  • Liffiton, E. N., Wanganui

  • Logan, H. F.

  • Lomax, H. A., Wanganui

  • Macdonald, T. Kennedy

  • Mackay, J., M.A.

  • MacKellar, H. S.

  • Mackenzie, F. Wallace, M.B.

  • Mantell, Hon. W. B. D., F.G.S.

  • Marchant, J. W. A.

  • Martin, Dr. A.

  • Maskell, W. M., F.R.M.S.

  • Mason, Thomas, Hutt

  • Maxwell, E.

  • Maxwell, J. P., A.I.C.E.

  • McKay, Alexander, F.G.S.

  • McLennan, J., Manawatu

  • McWilliam, Rev. W., Otaki

  • Nairn, C. J., Hawke's Bay

  • Nathan, J. E.

  • Newman, Alfred K., M.B., M.R.C.P.

  • Park, R. G.*

  • Pearce, E.

  • Pharazyn, C., Wairarapa

  • Pharazyn, C. J.

  • Pharazyn, Hon. R., F.R.G.S., Wanganui

  • Phillips, Coleman

  • Pierard, C. H.

  • Pollen, Hugh

  • Powles, C. P.

  • Poynton, J. W.

  • Prendergast, Sir J., Chief Justice

  • Reid, W. S.

  • Richardson, C. T.

  • Richmond, Mr. Justice

  • Richmond, F. C.

  • Richmond, M.

  • Robinson, H. W.

  • Robinson, T. H., Makara

  • Rowan, Captain T. C.

  • Rutherfurd, W. G.

  • St. Barbe, Charles

  • Samuel, E.

  • Seymour, A. P.

  • Simcox, W. H., Otaki

  • Sinclair, J.

  • Skerman, Dr. Sydney, Marton

  • Skey, W.

  • Smith, Benjamin

  • Smith, Charles, Wanganui

  • Smith, S. Percy, F.R.G.S.

  • Stewart, J. T., Manawatu

  • Stowell, H. M.

  • Stuart, A. P.

  • Tod, Andrew, Wanganui

  • Travers, W. T. L., F.L.S.

  • Tregear, E.

  • Trimble, M.

  • Turnbull, A. H., London

  • Turnbull, E.

  • Turnbull, Thomas

  • Wakelin, T., M.A.

  • Waterhouse, Hon. G. M., F.R.G.S.

  • Watt, W. H., Wanganui

  • Willcox, H.

  • Woodhouse, Alfred James, London.

Auckland Institute.

  • Adams, J., B.A., Thames

  • Aickin, G., Auckland

  • Aitken, W. "

  • Aldis, Prof. "

  • Alexander, C., Auckland

  • Alexander, J. M., Auckland

  • Atkin, W., Tamaki

  • Baber, J., C.E., Remuera

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  • Bagnall, L. J., Thames

  • Baker, Rev. S. W., Auckland

  • Bakewell, R. H., M.D., Auckland

  • Ball, T., Onehunga

  • Ball, W. T., Auckland

  • Bartley, E., Devonport

  • Bates, Rev. J., Devonport

  • Bates, T. L., Newcastle, N.S.W.*

  • Batger, J., Auckland

  • Beere, D. M., C.E., Ponsonby

  • Bell, Dr., Whangarei

  • Bell, E., Auckland

  • Berry, W.

  • Blythe, J. C., Rotorua

  • Bourne, C. F., M.A., Auckland

  • Brett, H., Auckland

  • Brigham, J. M., Auckland Brock, A.

  • Broun, Captain T., F.E.S., Drury

  • Brown, Prof. F. D., Auckland

  • Brown, H. "

  • Buchanan, J. "

  • Buchanan, W., Devonport

  • Buckland, A., Auckland*

  • Buckland, W. F., Remuera

  • Buddle, T., Auckland

  • Bull, G. W., Thames

  • Burgess, E. W., Devonport

  • Burton, Capt., London*

  • Burton, W., Lake Takapuna

  • Cameron, R., Auckland

  • Campbell, H.

  • Campbell, J. L., M.D., Auckland

  • Campbell, Rev. J., Ponsonby

  • Carr, R. C., Remuera

  • Chambers, J., Auckland

  • Champtaloup, E., Auckland

  • Cheal, P. E., Thames

  • Cheeseman, T. F., F.L.S., Auckland

  • Ching, T., Parnell

  • Clark, J. M., Remuera

  • Clayton, W. T., Auckland

  • Cochrane, W. S., Auckland

  • Colbeck, Captain, Epsom

  • Combes, F. H., Auckland

  • Coom, J., C.E. "

  • Cooper, C. "

  • Cooper, T. "

  • Cowie, Rt. Rev. W. G. D.D., Bishop of Auckland

  • Cozens, G., Auckland

  • Craig, Mrs. E., Auckland

  • Cranwell, R.

  • Cruickshank, D. B., Auckland

  • Cussen, L., Hamilton

  • Darby, P., Auckland

  • Davies, W., Whakatane

  • Davy, T. G., M.R.C.S.E., Ponsonby

  • Dawson, F.W.E., M.R.C.S.E., Auckland

  • Dignan, P. L., Auckland

  • Dignan, Hon. P., Auckland

  • Dufaur, E. T. "

  • Duxfield, R. D., Remuera

  • Edson, J., Devonport

  • Ehrenfried, L., Auckland

  • Fallon, D. "

  • Farmer, J., London

  • Fenton, F. D., Kaipara

  • Fidler, W., Northcote

  • Firth, J. C., Auckland

  • Fowlds, G. "

  • Fox, Hon. Sir W., K.C.M.G., Auckland

  • Fraser, G., Auckland

  • George, C. S. "

  • Girdler, Dr. "

  • Goldie, D. "

  • Goldsmith, E. C., Tauranga

  • Goodall, J., C.E., Auckland

  • Gorrie, W., Auckland

  • Grace, L. M., Taupo

  • Graham, W. K., London

  • Gray, A., Remuera

  • Grey, C., Auckland

  • Grey, J. "

  • Grosch, F. "

  • Haines, C. H., M.D., F.R.G.S., Auckland

[Footnote] * Honorary and life members distinguished thus.

– 646 –
  • Hardie, J., Auckland

  • Harding, S., C.E., Auckland

  • Haszard, H. D. M. "

  • Haultain, Hon. Col. "

  • Hay, J. "

  • Heather, A. "

  • Heinitz, R. "

  • Henton, J. S. "

  • Herapath, P. "

  • Herbert, T., Parnell

  • Hesketh, E., Auckland

  • Hill, W. J.”

  • Hobbs, R., Pokeno

  • Humphries, T., Auckland

  • Hunt, R. R.”

  • Hunter, A. J., C.E., Auckland

  • Ireland, F.”

  • Johnson, H. D., Rotorua

  • Kenderdine, J., Auckland

  • Kidd, A.”

  • Kidd, Rev. R., LL.D., Auckland

  • Kirk, T., F.L.S., Wellington*

  • Kitt, T. W., Auckland*

  • Lanigan, Pierce, Auckland

  • Larkins, F., London

  • Leaf, C. J., F.L.S., F.G.S., London*

  • Lennox, J. M., Auckland

  • Lennox, N. G., Sydney*

  • Leys, T. W., Auckland

  • Lodder, W.”

  • MacArthur, J. P., Auckland

  • Mackechnie, E. A., Auckland

  • Macmillan, C. C. "

  • Mahoney, T. "

  • Mair, Capt. G., Napier

  • Mair, R., Whangarei

  • Mair, Major W. G., Auckland

  • Martin, J., F.G.S."

  • Masefield, T. T. "

  • McCullough, W. "

  • McLachlan, J. M. "

  • McLaurin, J. "

  • Meinertzhagen, F. M., Napier*

  • Moat, W. P., Mahurangi

  • Monro, H. A. H., Parnell

  • Moody, T. P., Kawakawa

  • Morrin, T., Auckland

  • Morton, H. B."

  • Munro, G. C., Clevedon

  • Murdoch, D. L., Auckland

  • Murray, T. L., Thames

  • Nathan, L. D., Auckland

  • Orchiston, W."

  • O'Rorke, Sir G. M., Auckland

  • Owen, G. B. "

  • Park, James, F.G.S., Thames

  • Paul, Rev. J. S., Onehunga

  • Peacock, T., Auckland

  • Percival, H., Parnell

  • Pierce, G. P., Auckland

  • Plumley, E. A. "

  • Pond, J. A.”

  • Purchas, A. C., M.D., Auckland

  • Purchas, Rev. A. Guyon, M.R.C.S.E., Auckland

  • Rathbone, —, Auckland

  • Reid, J., Auckland

  • Ring, C. "

  • Roberton, Dr., Auckland

  • Roberton, J."

  • Rose, R. "

  • Russell, James "

  • Russell, J. B. "

  • Russell, T., London*

  • Sanders, C. W., Parnell

  • Scott West, Rev. R. J., Mount Eden

  • Seegner, C., Auckland

  • Shaw, H. "

  • Shrewsbury, A., Parnell

  • Simpson, F., Whangarei

  • Sinclair, A., Auckland

  • Smith, A. R. "

  • Smith, H. G. S., Wellington

  • Smith, S. P., F.R.G.S., Wellington

  • Steel, T., Melbourne

  • Stewart, J., C.E., Auckland

  • Tebbs, Rev. William, Auckland

  • Thomas, Prof.A.P.W., F.L.S. Auckland

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  • Thomson, H., Auckland

  • Tinné, H., London*

  • Tinné, T. F. S., London

  • Upton, J. H., Auckland

  • Urquhart, A. T., Karaka

  • Vaile, S., Auckland

  • Von Stürmer, E. S., Auckland

  • Wade, H. G., Auckland

  • Wallis, Rev. Dr., Auckland

  • Walsh, Rev. P., Waimate

  • Waymouth, J., Auckland

  • Webb, F. R. "

  • Webster, J., Hokianga

  • Weetman, S., F.R.G.S., New Plymouth*

  • Whitaker, Sir F., Auckland

  • Wildman, W. "

  • Will, W. "

  • Williams, Ven. Archdeacon W. L., Gisborne

  • Williamson, C., Auckland

  • Wilson, H. M., Warkworth

  • Wilson, W. S., Auckland

  • Winks, J., Parnell

  • Withy, E., Remuera*

  • Worthington, H., Auckland

  • Wright, F. W., L.M.B., Toronto, Parnell.

Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.

  • Acland, Hon. J. B. A., M.L.C.

  • Anderson, G.

  • Anderson, J.

  • Anderson, W. J., LL.D.

  • Murray-Aynsley, H. P.

  • Murray-Aynsley, A. C.

  • Baines, A. C.

  • Barkas, F.

  • Bealey, S.

  • Beckett, T. W. Naylor, F.L.S.

  • Bickerton, Prof. A. W., F.C.S.

  • Binnsfield, Rev. J. N.

  • Bishop, R. W.

  • Blakiston, C. R.

  • Booth, G. T.

  • Bowen, C. C.

  • Brown, R.

  • Bull, B.

  • Charlewood, W. T., B.A.

  • Chilton, C., M.A., B.Sc.*

  • Chrystall, W.

  • Colledge, J. L.

  • Collins, J.

  • Cook, Prof. C. H. H., M.A.

  • Craig, D.

  • Cunningham, P.

  • Danks, T.

  • Deans, J.*

  • Denniston, Mr. Justice

  • Dick, S. J.

  • Dixon, M.

  • Dobson, E., C.E.

  • England, R. W., jun., A.R.I.B.A.

  • Enys, J. D.

  • Fereday, R. W.

  • Garsia, Captain

  • Gibbs, W. M.

  • Gray, G., F.C.S.

  • Greenstreet, E. P.

  • Gresson, Hon. H. B.

  • Gresson, J. B., sen.

  • Hall, Sir John, M.H.R.

  • Hall, S. W.

  • Hall, T. W.

  • Hanmer, Mrs. P.

  • Hardcastle, J.

  • Harper, H. J. C., The Right Rev., D.D.

  • Harper, L.

  • Hart, G.

  • Haslam, Prof. F. W., M.A.

  • Hewitt, J.

  • Hewlings, S.

  • Hogben, G., M.A.

  • Hunt, Dr.

[Footnote] * Life-members distinguished thus.

– 648 –
  • Hutton, Prof. F. W., F.G.S.*

  • Irwood, A. R.

  • Ivey, W. E.

  • Izard, W., B.A.

  • Jennings, Dr.

  • Julius, C., The Right Rev.

  • King, G.

  • Laing, R. M., M.A., B.Sc.

  • Lohse, Miss J. S. C.

  • Loughrey, A.

  • Mannering, G. A.

  • McIntyre, G.

  • Meeson, J. T., B.A.

  • Meyrick, E., B.A., F.E.S.

  • Mollett, T.A.*

  • Monro, D. H.

  • Moorhouse, Dr.

  • Mountfort, B. W.

  • Mountfort, C. J.

  • Murphy, M., F.L.S.

  • Nalder, W. A.

  • Palmer, J.

  • Purnell, C. W.

  • Ross, J. V.

  • Rouse; Rev. W.

  • Scott, J. L.

  • Shanks, C. B.

  • Sharks, W., B.

  • Speight, R., M.A.

  • Stanford, Rev. Canon

  • Steadman, F. G.

  • Stewart, Dr. D. M.

  • Symes, W. H., M.D.*

  • Townsend, Dr. J. H.

  • Townsend, J.

  • Veel, J. Colborne

  • Wakefield, C. M., F.L.S., F.E.S.

  • Webb, H. R., F.R.M.S.

  • Westenra, P.

  • Wilkin, R., jun.

  • Wilson, H.

  • Wood, L. B., M.A.

  • Wood, W. D.

  • Wright, T. G.

Otago Institute.

  • Abel, H. J., Lawrence

  • Adams, C. W.

  • Allan, John, Greytown

  • Allen, James

  • Barr, G. M.

  • Barth, A. J.

  • Batchelor, F., M.D.

  • Bathgate, Alexander*

  • Beal, L. O.

  • Beal, L. O., jun.

  • Belcher, Rev. H., LL.D.

  • Bell, A. D., Waihemo

  • Bell, G.

  • Beverley, A.

  • Binns, G. J., F.G.S.

  • Black, Professor

  • Braik, G. D., Invercargill

  • Braithwaite, J.

  • Brent, D.

  • Brent, Spencer

  • Bridges, G. G.

  • Brown, Thomas

  • Brown, W

  • Brown, W. McD.

  • Buchanan, N. L., Rakaia*

  • Buller, W. B.

  • Burt, Alexander

  • Campbell, Robert, St. Clair

  • Chapman, F. R.

  • Chapman, R.

  • Chilton, C, M.A., Port Chalmers

  • Colquhoun, D., M.D.

  • Cook, G. L. Palmerston

  • Cunningham, Dr., Port Chalmers

  • Denniston, G. L.

  • De Zouche, Dr.*

  • Don, J. R.

  • Drysdale, Dr., Port Chalmers

[Footnote] * Life-members.

– 649 –
  • Duncan, Peter

  • Dymock, W.

  • Ferguson, H. L., Dr.

  • Ferguson, A. J., Dr.

  • Fitchett, Rev. A. R.

  • Fitzgerald, W. S.

  • Fraser, W., Clyde

  • Fulton, Dr.

  • Fulton, James

  • Fulton, Major-General

  • Fulton, S. W., Outram*

  • Gibbons, F. B. de M., Prof.

  • Goyen, P.

  • Graham, D. A.

  • Graham, W.

  • Haggitt, B. C.

  • Hardy, H. F.

  • Hay; P. S., Wellington

  • Hay, Robert

  • Henderson, W.

  • Hendry, J., Invercargill

  • Hocken, T. M., Dr.

  • Jack, A. Hill

  • Jeffcoat, Dr.

  • Joachim, G.*

  • Logan, J. K.

  • Lusk, T.

  • Mackenzie, M. J. S.

  • Maunsell, Dr.

  • McKenzie, H.

  • McKerrow, J., Wellington

  • McLean, John, Oamaru*

  • McLeod, J. G.

  • Melland, E.*

  • Morris, A. W.

  • Ogston, F., Dr.

  • Parker, T. J., Prof., F.R.S.

  • Petrie, D.*

  • Purdie, A., M.A.

  • Quick, E. E. C.

  • Ramsay, Keith

  • Rattray, James

  • Reid, George

  • Reid, D., jun.

  • Reynolds, Hon. W. H.

  • Ritchie, J. M.

  • Roberts, Dr.

  • Roberts, John, C. M. G.

  • Russell, G. G.

  • Sale, Professor

  • Salmond, Professor

  • Scott, Professor

  • Shand, Professor

  • Shennan, Watson, Waipahi

  • Sidey, John

  • Sievwright, B.

  • Sise, G. L.

  • Skey, H.

  • Smith, W. C.

  • Sparrow, R. S.

  • Spence, E. J.

  • Stewart, A.

  • Stewart, Hon. W. D.

  • Stout, Sir R., K.C.M.G.

  • Taylor, W.

  • Thomson, G. M.*

  • Thomson, J. C.

  • Ulrich, Professor

  • Wales, N. Y. A.

  • Walter, H. J.

  • Webb, Herbert

  • White, David

  • White, John

  • Whitson, T. W.

  • Wilkie, J.

  • Williams, Mr. Justice*

  • Wilson, A., M.A.

  • Wilson, Robert

  • Wishart, D.

Westland Institute.

  • Addison, Miss A.

  • Amberger, P.

  • Appel, A.

  • Arrow, W. H.

  • Barton, C. A.

  • Batten, Miss A.

  • Bignell, Captain G. W.

  • Blackburne, Rev. J.

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  • Bonar, J. A.

  • Brooke Smith, E.

  • Bull, J.

  • Campbell, J.

  • Chesney, J.

  • Churches, J.

  • Clarke, F. E.

  • Clarkson, G.

  • Coulson, Captain

  • Croft, T. O. W.

  • Cross, R.

  • Dixon, E. B.

  • Douglas, Rev. William

  • Downey, Mrs.

  • Duncan, William

  • Eckmann, F.

  • Fendal, W. C.

  • Fowler, W. L.

  • Gammell, John

  • Gibson, Edward

  • Gibson, Thomas

  • Glasgow, F. B

  • Gosson, R.

  • Hannan, Miss

  • Holmes, James

  • Johnston, W. G.

  • Kearney, D. S.

  • Kellock, J.

  • King, A. H.

  • Lewis, J. B.

  • Little, A.

  • Macandrew, Dr.

  • MacFarlane, D.

  • MacFarlane, R.

  • McLandress, Miss J.

  • Mahan, A.

  • Mandle, J.

  • Martin, Father

  • Maunders, J.

  • Michel, H. L.

  • Moss, M. L.

  • Mueller, F.

  • Mueller, G.

  • Nicholson, J.

  • Northcroft, J.

  • O'Brien, B. L.

  • Oliver, H.

  • Oliver, J.

  • Park, James

  • Paul, Miss

  • Peake, John

  • Perry, William

  • Pollock, M.

  • Raikes, G.

  • Roberts, G. J.

  • Ross, R.

  • Sammons, E. B.

  • Scanlan, M.

  • Smythe, J. N.

  • Stacpole, Dr.

  • Tait, Miss M.

  • Tarleton, J. W.

  • Wade, R. W.

  • Will, J. P.

  • Williams, Captain

  • Williams, William

  • Wilson, John

  • Woon, W. G.

Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute.

  • Bennett, A. C, Napier

  • Beamish, N. E., Hastings

  • Boyd, G. G., Tokomaru

  • Birch, W. J., Erewhon

  • Browning, Miss

  • Brebner, T. W.

  • Brown, Cartwright, Green Meadows

  • Brown, J. H., Whakakii

  • Burnett, H., Woodville

  • Campbell, Hugh, Poukawa

  • Carlyon, A. S. G., Gwavas

  • Carlile, J. W.

  • Carr, J. T.

  • Chambers, J. B., Te Mata

  • Chambers, John

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  • Chambers, John, jun., Mokopeka

  • Chambers, W. K., Poverty Bay

  • Coleman, J. H.

  • Colenso, Rev. W., F.R.S., F.L.S., &c.

  • Cooper, T. R.

  • Craig, J. W.

  • De Lisle, Dr.

  • Donnelly, G. P., Crissoge

  • Duff, A., Wairoa

  • Featon, E. H., Crissoge

  • Fraser, J., Hastings

  • Frazer, W. E.

  • Fulton, Francis

  • Goodall, J. E., Auckland

  • Hamilton, A., Dunedin

  • Harding, John, sen., Mount Vernon

  • Harding, R., Mount Vernon

  • Harding, R. C., Wellington

  • Harloch, A. K.

  • Hill, H., B.A., F.G.S.

  • Hobbs, Rev. J., Hastings

  • Holder, H. R,

  • Holder, H. J.

  • Hovell, Rev. D. B., Dean of Waiapu

  • Innes, Dr.

  • Kebble, N.

  • Lawrence, G.

  • Large, J. T.

  • Large, J. S.

  • Large, Miss

  • Lessong, G. L., C.E.

  • Loughnan, I. H., Tukituki

  • Macdonald, A. V., Christ-church

  • McLean, R. D.D.

  • McLean, P. S.

  • Meinertzhagen, F. H., England*

  • Menzies, Dr.

  • Mirbach, R. von, Dr., Waipawa

  • Moore, Dr. T. C

  • Norton, C. J.

  • Nairn, C. J., Pourerere

  • Newton, T. K.

  • Oliver, P. A.

  • Ormond, G., Mahia

  • Ormond, J. D., M.L.C.

  • Owen, H.

  • Paterson, Rev. J. G.

  • Preece, Captain

  • Pinckney, H.

  • Platford, E. P. A.

  • Rhodes, F.

  • Richardson, Mrs.

  • Ringland, J.

  • Robison, W. C.

  • Russell, Captain W. R., Flax-mere

  • Saunders, F. E.

  • Saxby, P. H., Tekopanga

  • Sheath, A. P.

  • Spackman, W.

  • Spencer, W. I., Dr., F.L.S.

  • Stuart, E. C., Bishop of Waiapu

  • Swan, G. H.

  • Tiffen, H. S.

  • Tiffen, G. W., Puhatikotiko, Gisborne

  • Torre, J. J., England

  • Townley, J., Gisborne

  • Trestrail, Mrs., Waipukurau

  • Walker, R. T.

  • Webb, Rev. A. S., Ormondville

  • White, Taylor, Herbertville

  • White, George

  • Williams, F. W.

  • Williams, G.

  • Williams, J. N., Frimley, Hastings

  • Williams, E. H.

  • Williams, Rev. S., Te Aute

  • Williamson, G. W., Waipawa

  • Willis, G., Wellington

  • Wilson, Hon. J. N.

  • Wenley, G. S. V.

  • Wood, W.

  • Yardin, Father, Meanee

  • Yates, Dr. L. G., Santa Barbara, California, F.L.S. F.G.S.A.

  • Younghusband, J.

[Footnote] † Honorary life-member.

[Footnote] * Life-member.

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Nelson Philosophical Society.

  • Atkinson, A. S.

  • Bartel, J. G.

  • Bayfeild, A. D.

  • Bishop of Nelson

  • Black, Sidney

  • Boor, Dr. L.

  • Browning, J. S.

  • Chatterton, Rev. F. W.

  • Cock, H.

  • Cressy, Dr. G. H.

  • Curtis, W. S.

  • Evans, Rev. W.

  • Fell, C. Y.

  • Field, T.

  • Fleming, W. E.

  • Gibbs, F.

  • Grant, D.

  • Greenwood,

  • Holloway, J.

  • Hudson, Dr. J.

  • Huffam, T. B.

  • Isitt, Rev. F. W.

  • Joynt, J. W.

  • Kingsley, R. I.

  • Littlejohn, W. S.

  • Mackie, Dr. W.

  • Martin, H.

  • Mules, Archdeacon

  • Oldham, J.

  • Oldham, W.

  • Richmond, Hon. J. C.

  • Rowe, W. E.

  • Shephard, Hon. Joseph

  • Turnbull, L. R.

  • Twistleton, H. L.

  • Watson, Rev. A. R.

  • Wells, W.

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List of Institutions and Persons To Whom This Volume is Presented by the Governors of the New Zealand Institute.

  • His Excellency the Governor, President of the Institute.

  • Governors of the Institute (eleven).

  • Honorary Members (thirty).

  • The Prime Minister.

  • The Colonial Secretary.

  • The Colonial Treasurer.

  • The Minister of Lands.

  • The Minister for Public Works.

  • The Postmaster-General.

  • The Attorney-General.

  • The Minister of Education.

  • The Under-Secretary for the Colony.

  • The Legislative Council.

  • The House of Representatives.

  • The Colonial Office, London.

  • The Agent-General, London.

  • Messrs. Trübner and Co. (Agents), 57, Ludgate Hill, London.

  • British Museum Library, London.

  • British Museum, Natural History Department, South Kensington, London, S.W.

  • Linnean Society, London.

  • Royal Society, London.

  • Royal Geographical Society, London.

  • Royal Asiatic Society, London.

  • Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom.

  • Royal Colonial Institute, London.

  • Royal Statistical Society, London.

  • Geological Society, London.

  • Zoological Society, London.

  • Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland London.

  • Entomological Society, London.

  • Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, London.

  • Editor of Nature, London.

  • Geological Magazine, London.

  • Geological Record, London.

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  • Zoological Record, London.

  • Victoria Institute, London.

  • Institution of Civil Engineers, London.

  • Library of Patent Office, London.

  • Philosophical Society of Leeds, England.

  • Literary and Philosophical Society, Liverpool, England.

  • Norfolk and Norwich Naturalist Society, Norwich, England.

  • University Library, Oxford, England.

  • University Library, Cambridge, England.

  • School Library Committee, Eton, England.

  • School Library Committee, Harrow, England.

  • School Library Committee, Rugby, England.

  • Natural History Society, Marlborough College, England.

  • Clifton College, England.

  • North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

  • Royal Society, Edinburgh.

  • Royal Botanic Garden Library, Edinburgh.

  • Geological Society, Edinburgh.

  • University Library, Edinburgh.

  • Royal Physical Society, Edinburgh.

  • Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.

  • Philosophical Society of Glasgow.

  • Natural History Society, Glasgow.

  • Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.

  • Royal Society, Dublin.

  • Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta.

  • Geological Survey of India, Calcutta.

  • Bombay Natural History Society.

  • Royal Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • Linnean Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • Public Library, Sydney.

  • Library of Australian Museum, Sydney.

  • Department of Mines, Sydney.

  • Engineering Association of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • University Library, Sydney.

  • Royal Society of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • Public Library, Melbourne.

  • University Library, Melbourne.

  • Geological Survey of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • Legislative Library, Adelaide.

  • Royal Society of South Australia, Adelaide.

  • University Library, Adelaide.

  • Public Library of Tasmania, Hobart.

  • Royal Society of Tasmania, Hobart.

  • Royal Society of Queensland.

  • Queensland Branch, Geographical Society of Australasia, Brisbane.

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  • Free Public Library, Capetown.

  • Canadian Institute, Toronto.

  • Hamilton Association, Canada.

  • Geological Survey of Canada, Montreal.

  • Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, Canada East.

  • Nova Scotian Institute of Natural Science, Halifax.

  • Science College, Imperial University of Japan, Tokyo.

  • Literature College, Imperial University of Japan, Tokyo.

  • National Library, Honolulu.

  • The Colony of Tahiti.

  • Society of Natural Sciences, Batavia.

  • Boston Society of Natural History, U.S.A.

  • Connecticut Academy, U.S.A.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, U.S.A.

  • Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania.

  • Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

  • Geological Survey of U.S. Territory, Washington, D.C.

  • American Geographical Society, New York.

  • New York Academy of Sciences.

  • American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

  • American Institute of Mining Engineers, Philadelphia.

  • Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.

  • Academy of Natural Sciences Library, Philadelphia.

  • Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia.

  • Academy of Natural Sciences, Buffalo.

  • Academy of Natural Sciences, San Francisco

  • Academy of Natural Sciences, Davenport, Iowa.

  • Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • Natural History Society of Frankfurt à O.

  • Royal Society of Literature and Arts of Belgium, Brussels.

  • Royal Imperial Institute for Meteorology and Earth-Magnetism, Ho [ unclear: ] e-Warte, Vienna.

  • Jahrbuch der Kaiserlich-königlichen Geologischen Reichsanstalt, Vienna.

  • Ornithological Society, Vienna.

  • Botanical Society of the Province of Brandenburg, Berlin.

  • Dr. Bastian, Berlin.

  • Royal Library, Berlin.

  • Geographical Society, Berlin.

  • Imperial German Academy of Naturalists, Dresden.

  • Physico-economic Society of Königsberg, E. Prussia.

  • Verein für vaterländische Naturkunde in Würtemberg, Stuttgart.

  • Society of Geography, Leipzig.

  • Redaktion des Biologischen Centralblatts, Erlangen.

  • Biblioteca e dell' Archivio Tecnico del Ministero Córdoba dei Lavori Pubblici, Roma.

  • R. Accademia dei Lincei, Rome.

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  • Imperial Museum of Florence.

  • Royal Geographical Society of Italy, Florence.

  • Orto e Museo Botanico (R. Instituto di Studi Superiori) in Firenze.

  • Tuscan Natural Science Society, Pisa.

  • Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy of the Royal University of Turin.

  • Editor of Cosmos, Turin.

  • Academy of Science, Modena.

  • Societá Africana d'Italia, Naples.

  • National Library, Paris.

  • Société de Géographie, Paris.

  • Museum of Natural History of France, Paris.

  • Natural History Society, Angers.

  • Naturhistorischer Verein in Bonn.

  • Die Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Bern.

  • Imperial Society of Naturalists, Moscow.

  • Société des Naturalistes, Kreff, Russia.

  • Société des Sciences de Finlande, Helsingfors.

  • Royal Academy of Science, Stockholm.

  • University of Christiania, Norway.

  • Bergen Museum, Norway.

  • Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Literature of Copenhagen.

  • Natural History Society of Copenhagen.

  • Dr. Lutkin, Copenhagen.

  • Natural History Museum of Hamburg.

  • M. Teyler, Haarlem.

  • Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein, Bremen.

  • Academia Nacional de Ciencias de la Republica Argentina

  • School of Mines, Rio de Janeiro.

  • Society of Engineers, Rio de Janeiro.

Libraries and Societies in New Zealand.

  • Library, Auckland Institute.

  • Library, Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute.

  • Library, Wellington Philosophical Society.

  • Library, Nelson Philosophical Society.

  • Library, Westland Institute.

  • Library, Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.

  • Library, Otago Institute.

  • General Assembly Library.

  • Library, New Zealand Institute.

  • Library, University College, Auckland.

  • Library, University College, Christchurch.

  • Library, University College, Dunedin.

  • Library, Auckland Museum.

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List of Free Copies.
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  • Library, Otago Museum.

  • Library, Otago School of Mines.

  • Library, Thames School of Mines.

  • Library, Reefton School of Mines.

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