Contents - Volume 28, 1895
All full-page illustrations (plates) in this volume can be seen in the Picture Gallery.
- Transactions of the New Zealand Institute
- (title page)
- New Zealand Institute.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 1895.
- Art. I.—The Displacement of Species in New Zealand.
- Art. II.—True Instincts of Animals.
- Art. III.—The Ancient Tribe Te Panenehu.
- Art. IV.—The History of Otakanini Pa, Kaipara.
- Art. V.—Volcanic Activity in Sunday Island in 1814.
- Art. VI.—On Dusky Sound.
- Art. VII.—The Ceremony of Rahui.
- Art. VIII.—The Railway and its Place in Social Economy.
- Art. IX.—Antarctic Research.
- Art. X.—A Wellington Weather Prognostic.
- Art. XI.—The Ultimate Problem of Philosophy.
- Art. XII.—Memorabilia of certain Animal Prodigies, Native and Foreign, Ancient and Modern.
- Art. XIII.—Democracy.
- Art. XIV.—The Training of Teachers for Primary Schools.
- Art. XV.—Abel Tasman and his Journal.
- Art. XVI.—On an Account of a Massacre at the Entrance of Dunedin Harbour in the Year - 1817.
- Art. XVII.—On the Forests of New Zealand.
- Art. XVIII.—On the Rise and Progress of our Knowledge of the Oceanic Areas.
- Art. XIX.—A Comparison of the Magnetic Screening produced by Different Metals.
- Art. XX.—Magnetic Viscosity.
- Art. XXI.—New Zealand Sponges: Third Paper.
- Art. XXII.—Notes on New Zealand Land Planarians: Part II.
- Art. XXIII.—Note on the Discovery of Living Specimens of Geonemertes novæ-zealandiæ.
- Art. XXIV.—New Zealand Diptera: No. 1.
- Art. XXV.—New Zealand Diptera: No. 2.—Myceto-philidæ.
- Art. XXVI.—New Zealand Diptera: No. 3.-Simulidæ.
- Art. XXVII.—On Dodonidia helmsi, fereday.
- Art. XXVIII.—Notes on some New Zealand Fishes, with Description of a New Species.
- Art. XXIX.—Further Contributions to the Molluscan Fauna of New Zealand.
- Art. XXX.—On a New Species of Deinacrida or Forest-cricket from Nelson.
- Art. XXXI.—Notes on New Zealand Ornithology, with an Exhibition of Specimens.
- Art. XXXII.—On the Occurrence of the Nankeen Kestrel of Australia (Cerchneis cenchroides) in New Zealand.
- Art. XXXIII.—Notes on some Species of New Zealand Birds.
- Art. XXXIV.—Bird-life on a Run.
- Art. XXXV.—An Ornithological Note.
- Art. XXXVI.—Notes on Rare Lepidoptera in Wellington.
- Art. XXXVII.—On the Unusual Abundance of Certain Species of Plume-moths during the Summer of 1894–95.
- Art. XXXVIII.—Further Coccid Notes: with Descriptions of New Species, and Discussion of Questions of Interest.
- Art. XXXIX.—Contributions towards a Monograph of the Aleurodidæ, a Family of Hemiptera-Homoptera.
- Art. XL.—Zoological Notes, Nelson District.
- Art. XLI.—Animal and Vegetable Parasites associated with the Production of Neoplasms in Cattle and Sheep.
- Art. XLII.—Notes on the Cicadidæ of New Zealand.
- Art. XLIII.—List of New Zealand Hydroida.
- Art. XLIV.—On the Habits of New Zealand Ants.
- Art. XLV.—On the Construction of the Comb of the Hive-bee.
- Art. XLVI.—Notes on MS. Descriptions of Collections made during Captain Cook's First Voyage.
- Art. XLVII.—Notes on Dactylanthus taylori, Hook. f.
- Art. XLVIII.—On Zannichellia and Lepilæna in New Zealand.
- Art. XLIX.—On the Products of a Ballast-heap.
- Art. L.—Notice of the Occurrence of an Undescribed Palm-lily on the Auckland Peninsula.
- Art. LI.—A Revision of the New Zealand Species of Hymenanthera, R. Br.
- Art. LII.—Notes on Certain Veronicas, and Descriptions of New Species.
- Art. LIII.—New Zealand Musci : Notes on a New Genus.
- Art. LIV.—On some Additions to the New Zealand Flora.
- Art. LV.—Botanical Notes, Nelson District.
- Art. LVI.—Descriptions of Three New Native Plants.
- Art. LVII.—List of the Flowering Plants indigenous to Otago, with Indications of their Distribution and Range in Altitude.
- Art. LVIII.—Phænogams : A Description of a few more Newly-discovered Indigenous Plants; being a Further Contribution towards the making known the Botany of New Zealand.
- Art. LIX.—New Zealand Cryptogams : A List of a Few Additional Cryptogamic Plants, of the Orders Hepaticæ and Fungi, more recently detected in New Zealand.
- Art. LX.—Cryptogams: A Description of Two new Ferns, a New Lycopodium, and a New Moss, lately detected in our New Zealand Forests.
- Art. LXI.—A Description of Three Ferns, believed to be Undescribed, discovered more than Fifty Years ago in the Northern District of New Zealand.
- Art. LXII.—Note on a Branched Specimen of a Tree-fern (Hemitelia smithii).
- Art. LXIII.—On Cordiceps robertsii.
- Art. LXIV.—Notes on some Rocks from the Kermadec Islands.
- Art. LXV.—On a Deposit of Moa-bones at Kapua.
- Art. LXVI.—On the Moa-bones from Enfield.
- Art. LXVII.—On the Discovery of Moa-remains on Riverton Beach.
- Art. LXVIII.—On the Behaviour of Two Artesian Wells at the Canterbury Museum.
- Art. LXIX.—On the Affinities of Harpagornis: a Letter to Professor T. Jeffery Parker
- Art. LXX.—Denudation as a Factor of Geological Time.
- Art. LXXI.—Ruapehu and the Volcanic Zone in 1895: No. IV.
New Zealand Institute.
Wellington Philosophical Society.
- First Meeting: 3rd July, 1895.
Second Meeting : 17th July, 1895.
Third Meeting : 31st July, 1895.
- Fourth Meeting: 21st August, 1895.
Fifth Meeting: 4th September, 1895.
Sixth Meeting: 25th September, 1895.
Seventh Meeting: 16th October, 1895.
Eighth Meeting: 13th November, 1895.
Ninth Meeting : 27th November, 1895.
Tenth Meeting: 18th December; 1895.
Annual Meeting: 26th February, 1896. Mr. Maskell in the chair.
First Meeting: 3rd June, 1895.
Second Meeting: 17th June, 1895.
Third Meeting : 1st July, 1895.
Fourth Meeting: 15th July, 1895.
- Fifth Meeting: 5th August, 1895.
Sixth Meeting : 19th August, 1895.
Seventh Meeting : 2nd September, 1895.
Eighth Meeting: 16th September, 1895.
- Ninth Meeting: 7th October, 1895.
- Tenth Meeting: 21st October, 1895.
Annual Meeting: 24th February, 1896.
Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.
- First Meeting: 1st May, 1895.
- Second Meeting : 5th June, 1895.
- Third Meeting : 3rd July, 1895.
Fourth Meeting : 7th August, 1895.
- Special General Meeting : 2nd October, 1895.
Fifth Meeting : 2nd October 1895.
Sixth Meeting : 6th November, 1895.
Annual Meeting: 18th April, 1896.
First Meeting : 14th May, 1895.
Second Meeting: 11th June, 1895.
Third Meeting : 9th July, 1895.
Fourth Meeting: 13th August, 1895.
- Fifth Meeting: 10th September, 1895.
Sixth Meeting: 8th October, 1895.
Annual Meeting: 12th November, 1895.
Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute.
First Meeting: 13th May, 1895.
Second Meeting: 10th June, 1895.
Third Meeting: 15th July, 1895.
Fourth Meeting: 12th August, 1895.
Fifth Meeting: 9th September, 1895.
Sixth Meeting: 21st October, 1895.
Annual Meeting: 9th March, 1896.
Nelson Philosophical Society.