First Meeting: 21st June, 1894.
Mr. T. Humphries, President, in the chair.
Paper.—“Spectacles,” by Dr. F. W. Innes.
The paper was illustrated by diagrams and models.
Second Meeting: 9th July, 1894.
Mr. J. W. Carlile, Vice-president, in the chair.
Paper.—1. “On the Occurrence of Moa-footprints in the Bed of the Manawatu River, near Palmerston North,.” by H. Hill, B.A., F.G.S. (Transactions, p. 476.)
2. “On the Hawke's Bay Pleistocene Beds and the Glacial Period: Part I.,” by H. Hill, B.A., F.G.S. (Transactions, p. 451.)
The first paper was illustrated by drawings and casts.
Third Meeting: 13th August, 1894.
Mr. H. Hill in the chair.
Papers.—1. “Notes and Reminiscences of Early Crossings of the Romantically-situated Lake Waikaremoana, County of Hawke's Bay, of its Neighbouring Country, and of its Peculiar Botany; performed in the Years 1841 and 1843,.” by W. Colenso, F.R.S., F.L.S. (lond.), &c. (Transactions, p. 359.)