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Volume 28, 1895
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Appendix.

Meteorology.

Comparative Abstract for 1895 and Previous Years.

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Stations. 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.
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 30.007 1.150 58.5 12.2 48.0 145.0 32.0 0.368 73 44.150 204 5.3
Previous 31 years 29.991 59.2 0.388 73 42.147 182
Wellington 29.905 1.234 55.1 12.1 56.0 145.0 20.0 0.321 72 61.473 185 216 700 on 9th 4.7
Previous 31 years 29.930 54.8 0.335 73 50.804 159 March.
Dunedin 29.829 1.548 50.2 14.2 66.0 150.0 23.0 0.273 74 51.396 177 154 580 on 10th 5.6
Previous 31 years 29.977 50.2 0.277 73 36.398 158 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.
1894  1895. 1894  1895. 1894  1895. 1894  1895.
Auckland 57.6  56.3 67.8  67.1 60.3  59.9 53.1  50.6
Wellington 54.6  54.2 64.1  63.9 57.3  55.2 49.6  47.1
Dunedin 50.8  49.9 59.5  59.4 50.7  49.7 43.3  41.5
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Remarks on the Weather During 1895.

January.—Showery in early part of month in North and over centre, but fine latter part, with N.E. and N.W. winds. Fine weather in South.

February.—Fine weather in North; a wet month over centre; and heavy rain in South in early and latter part of month.

March.—Fine weather generally, except heavy rain in South, chiefly from S.W.

April.—Fine in North; over centre heavy rain in middle of month, causing floods; wind S.E. In South changeable and unpleasant weather, with strong winds and fogs.

May.—An excess of rain throughout, and unpleasant weather; and heavy snowfall in South.

June.—Very heavy rainfall generally, with strong N.W. and S.W. winds; fogs and hail over centre; and snow in South.

July.—Heavy rain generally, with storms from S.W. in North, and frequent hail and fog; and severe snowstorms in South.

August.—Fine weather, but showery over centre, with strong N.W. winds and frequent hail; rather finer in South.

September.—Heavy rain in North and strong N.W. and S.W. winds and thunder; rather finer over centre, but with fresh N.W. winds and thunder; fine in South.

October.—Generally showery, with intervals of fine weather and strong N.W. winds over centre.

November.—The rainfall this month over the average, and generally unpleasant weather.

December.—A very fine pleasant month generally, although rather showery in South; strong N.W. winds over centre.

Earthquakes reported in New Zealand during 1895

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Place. Jan. Feb. Mar. April. May. June. July. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total.
Gisborne 17,* 21* 2
Napier 17,* 21* 11* 3
Taupo 17,* 21* 2
New Plymouth 24 29, 30 1, 2, 3,* 4,* 5, 12, 26* 29* 5 12
Palmerston N 17* 1
Feilding 17,* 21* 2
Masterton 26 2* 2
Wellington 6, 26 17 27 3, 20 17 17, 21 13 9 11
Lincoln 5* 1
Greymouth 12* 1
Dunedin 8 27 4 3

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 of the New Zealand Institute

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.

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

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

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.
  • Sharp, Dr. D.

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

1883.
  • Lord Kelvin, P.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.

  • von Ettingshausen, Baron C.

1890.
  • Nordstedt, Professor Otto, Ph.D.

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

1891.
  • Goodale, Professor G. L., M.D., LL.D.

  • Davis, J. W., F.G.S., F.L.S.

1894.
  • Dyer, Professor Thiselton, M.A., C.M.G., F.R.S.

  • Codrington, Rev. R. H., D.D.

1895.
  • Mitten, William, F.L.S.

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Ordinary Members

Wellington Philosophical Society.
[*]

  • Adams, Dr.

  • Allen, F.

  • Anson, Dr.

  • Atkinson, A. R.

  • Atkinson, A. S., Nelson

  • Baldwin, P. E.

  • Barnes, R. J.

  • Baron, J. Suckling

  • Barraud, W. F.

  • Barron, C. C. N.

  • Barton, W.

  • Batkin, C. T.

  • Beetham, G.

  • Beetham, W. M.

  • Bell, E. D.

  • Bell, H. D.

  • Best, E., Hadfield

  • Blair, J. R.

  • 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.

  • Caldwell, R.

  • Campbell, J. P.

  • Chapman, Martin

  • Chapple, Dr.

  • Chudleigh, E. R.

  • Cohen, W. T.

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

  • Connal, E.

  • Davy, Dr. T. G. Kumara

  • Dawson, B.

  • Denton, George

  • Drew, S. H., Wanganui

  • Elliot, Major E. H. J.

  • Evans, W. P., M.A., Ph.D.

  • Ewart, Dr.

  • Farquhar, H.

  • Ferard, B. A., Napier

  • Ferguson, W., C.E.

  • Field, H. C., Wanganui

  • Fraser, F. H.

  • Freeman, H. J.

  • Gillespie, C. H.

  • Gordon, H., F.G.S.

  • Gore, R. B.

  • Grace, Hon. M. S., C.M.G., M.D.

  • Hadfield, E. F.

  • Hanify, H. P.

  • Harcourt, J. B.

  • Harding, R. Coupland

  • Hawthorne, E. F.

  • Haylock, A.

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

  • Henley, J. W.

  • Herbert, W. H.

  • Higginson, H. P., M.Inst.C.E.

  • Hislop, Hon. T.

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

  • Holmes, R. T., Masterton

  • Hudson, G. V., F.E.S.

  • Hughes, H., M.I.M.E.

  • Hulke, C., F.C.S.

  • Hustwick, T. H.

  • Inwood, D., Canterbury

  • Johnson, Hon. G. Randall*

  • Kenny, Hon. Captain C.

  • King, T.

  • Kirk, H. B., M.A.

  • Kirk, Thomas, F.L.S.

  • Kirk, T. W., F.L.S.

  • Kirk, W. L.

  • Krull, F. A., Wanganui

[Footnote] * life members.

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  • Lambert, T. S.

  • Lee, H. M.

  • Lee, R.

  • Liffiton, E. N., Wanganui

  • Litchfield, A. J., Blenheim

  • Logan, H. F.

  • Lomax, H. A., Wanganui

  • Mackenzie, F. Wallace, M.B.

  • Malcolm, Miss J.

  • Marchant, J. W. A.

  • Martin, Dr. A.

  • Maskell, W. M.

  • Mason, Thomas, Hutt

  • Maxwell, J. P., M.Inst.C.E.

  • McDougall, A.

  • McKay, Alexander, F.G.S.

  • McLeod H. N.

  • McWilliam, Rev. W., Otaki

  • Mestayer, R. L., M.Inst.C.E.

  • Molineaux, B. M.

  • Morison, C. B.

  • Murdoch, R., Wanganui

  • Nairn, C. J., Hawke's Bay

  • Newman, Alfred K., M.B., M.R.C.P.

  • Ogg, Rev. C. S.

  • Orr, Robert

  • Park, R. G.*

  • Pearce, E.

  • Pharazyn, C., Wairarapa

  • Pharazyn, Hon. R., F.R.G.S.

  • Phillips, Coleman

  • Pierard, C. H.

  • Pollen, Hugh

  • Pollen, Dr.

  • Powles, C. P.

  • Poynton, J. W.

  • Prendergast, Sir J., Chief Justice

  • Reid, W. S.

  • Richardson, C. T.

  • Rowse, Rev. W., Greytown

  • Roy, R. B., New Plymouth

  • Rutherfurd, A. J.

  • Rutherfurd, W. G.

  • Samuel, E.

  • Schaw, Major-General, C.B., R.E.

  • Simcox, W. H., Otaki

  • Sinclair, J.

  • Skerman, Dr. Sydney, Marton

  • Skey, W.

  • Smith, C. O'Hara

  • Smith, Charles, Wanganui

  • Smith, S. Percy, F.R.G.S.

  • Stewart, J. T., Wanganui

  • Stowell, H. M.

  • Stuart, A. P.

  • Tait, P. W.

  • Tait, R.

  • Talbot, Dr. A. G.

  • Tanner, Cyril

  • Tod, Andrew, Wanganui

  • Travers, W. T. L., F.L.S.

  • Tregear, E.

  • Turnbull, A. H., London

  • Turnbull, R. T.

  • Turnbull, Thomas

  • Wallace, James

  • Waterhouse, G. M., F.R.G.S.

  • Wilton, G. W.

  • Woodhouse, Alfred James, London

Auckland Institute.
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  • Adams, J., B.A., Thames

  • Aickin, G., Auckland

  • Aitken, W. "

  • Aldis, Professor W. S., Howick

  • Allen, T., Auckland

  • Argall, W. H., Coromandel

  • Bagnall, L. J., Thames

  • Bakewell, R. H., M.D., Auckland

  • Baker, Rev. S. W., Auckland

  • Ball, T., Onehunga

  • Ball, W. T., Auckland

  • Bartley, E., Devonport

  • Bates, Rev. J., Devonport

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[Footnote] [* Honorary and life members.]

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  • Bates, T. L., Newcastle, N.S.W.*

  • Batger, J., Auckland

  • Beere, D. M., C.E., Gisborne

  • Berry, W., Auckland

  • Best, Elsdon, T. Whaiti

  • Brett, H., Auckland

  • Brigham, J. M., Auckland

  • Brock, A. "

  • Brookes, E. S., jun., Wharehine

  • Broun, Captain T., F.E.S., Drury

  • Brown, J., Epsom

  • Brown, Prof. F. D., Auckland

  • Buchanan, J."

  • Buchanan, W., Devonport

  • Buckland, A., Auckland*

  • Buckland, W. F., Cambridge

  • Burgess, E. W., Devonport

  • Burton, Colonel, Lake Takapuna*

  • Cameron, R., Auckland

  • Campbell, H."

  • Campbell, J. L., M.D., Auckland

  • Carr, R. A., Auckland

  • Carr, R. C., Remuera

  • Cheal, P. E., Auckland

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

  • Ching, T., Remuera

  • Cochrane, W. S., Auckland

  • Colbeck, Captain, Epsom

  • Combes, F. H., Auckland

  • Cooper, C. "

  • Cooper, T."

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

  • Cozens, G., Auckland

  • Craig, E. "

  • Cussen, L., Hamilton

  • Danneford, S., Auckland

  • Darby, P., "

  • Davies, Rev. H. S., Northcote

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

  • Dignan, P. L., Auckland

  • Dufaur, E. T., Auckland

  • Duthie, D. W. "

  • Eastham, S., Ponsonby

  • Edson, J., Devonport

  • Egerton, Prof. C. W., Auckland

  • Ehrenfried, L., Auckland

  • Ewington, F. G. "

  • Farmer, J., London

  • Fenton, F. D., Kaipara

  • Fidler, W., Northcote

  • Firth, J. C., Auckland

  • Fowlds, G. "

  • Garlick, R. "

  • Girdler, Dr. "

  • Goldie, D. "

  • Gorrie, W. "

  • Graham, W. K., London

  • Gray, A, Remuera

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

  • Haines, H., M.R.C.S., Auckland

  • Hardie, J., Auckland

  • Harding, S., C.E., Auckland

  • Harris, J. D., Opua

  • Haszard, H. D. M., Auckland

  • Haultain, Hon. Col., Parnell

  • Henton, J. S., Auckland

  • Hesketh, E. "

  • Herbert, T., Parnell

  • Hill, W. J., Auckland

  • Hosking, A. A., Mount Eden

  • Johnson, H. D., Wellington

  • Kenderdine, J., Auckland

  • Kidd, A. "

  • Kirk, T., F.L.S., Wellington*

  • Kirker, J., Auckland

  • Kitt, T. W., London*

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

  • Lennox, J. M., Auckland

  • Lennox, N. G., Sydney*

  • Leys, T. W., Auckland

  • MacArthur, J. P., London

  • Mackechnie, E. A., Auckland

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  • Mackellar, E. D., M.D., Parnell

  • MacMillan, C. C., Auckland

  • Mahoney, T. "

  • Mair, Capt. G., Thames

  • Mair, R., Whangarei

  • Mair, Major W. G., Auckland

  • Malfroy, C., Rotorua

  • Martin, J., F.G.S., Auckland

  • Masefield, T. T. "

  • McCullough, Hon. W. "

  • McLachlan, J. M. "

  • McLaurin, J. "

  • Meinertzhagen, F. M., Napier*

  • Mitchell, J., Auckland

  • Monro, H. A. H., Parnell

  • Moody, T. P., Kawakawa

  • Morrin, T., Auckland

  • Morton, H. B. "

  • Moss, F. J., Rarotonga

  • Mueller, G., Auckland

  • Munro, G. C., Sandwich Islands

  • Murdoch, D. L., Auckland

  • Murray, T. L., Thames

  • Nathan, L. D., Auckland

  • Park, James, F.G.S., Thames

  • Patterson, G. W. S., Kaikohe

  • Payton, E. W., Devonport

  • Peacock, T., Auckland

  • Petrie, D., F.L.S., Auckland

  • Philcox, W., Devonport

  • Pinfold, Rev. J. F., F.G.S., Whangarei

  • Pond, J. A., Auckland

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

  • Reed, J. R., Kawakawa

  • Reid, J., Auckland

  • Robertson, E., M.D., Auckland

  • Rose, R. "

  • Russell, James "

  • Russell, T., London*

  • Scheidel, Dr., Thames

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

  • Seegner, C., Auckland

  • Segar, Professor H. W., Auckland

  • Shaw, H., Auckland

  • Shrewsbury, H., Parnell

  • Sinclair, A., Auckland

  • Smith, A. A. "

  • Smith, H. G. S., Auckland

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

  • Smith, T. H., Auckland

  • Steele, T. J., Devonport

  • Steel, T., Melbourne

  • Stewart, J., C.E., Auckland

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

  • Thornton, Mrs. D. B., Maungakawa

  • Tighe, J. H., Auckland

  • Tibbs, J. W. "

  • Tinné, H., London*

  • Tinné, T. F. S., London

  • Tubbs, Prof. H. A., Auckland

  • Upton, J. H. "

  • Urquhart, A. T., Karaka

  • Walsh, Rev. P., Waimate

  • Wade, H. G., Auckland

  • Webster, J., Hokianga

  • Weetman, S., F.R.G.S., Blenheim*

  • Wildman, W., Auckland

  • Will, W. "

  • Williams, T. O., M.D., Thames

  • Williams, Right Rev. W. L., Bishop of Waiapu, Gisborne

  • Williamson, C., Auckland

  • Wilson, G., Thames

  • Wilson, H. M., Warkworth

  • Wilson, W. S., Auckland

  • Winks, J., Parnell

  • Withy, E., Parnell*

  • Wright, G. W., Auckland.

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Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.
*

  • Adams, C. E., M.A.

  • Anderson, J.

  • Murray-Aynsley, A. C.

  • Murray-Aynsley, H. P.

  • Murray-Aynsley, Dr.

  • Baines, A. C.

  • Bealey, S.

  • Beckett, T. W. Naylor, F.L.S.

  • Bickerton, Prof. A. W., F.C.S.

  • Bishop, F. C. B.

  • Bishop, R. C.

  • Blakiston, C. R.

  • Booth, G. T.

  • Bowen, Hon. C. C.

  • Brown, R.

  • Bone, D.

  • Binns, W.

  • Carew, A.

  • Chilton, C., D.Sc.*

  • Cockayne, L.

  • Cook, Prof. C. H. H., M.A.

  • Craig, D.

  • Cunningham, P.

  • Danks, T.

  • Deans, J.*

  • Denniston, Mr. Justice

  • Dendy, Prof., D.Sc.

  • Donald, Y.

  • Enys, J. D.

  • Erskine, J. A., M.A.

  • Evans, Dr. W. P.

  • Fereday, R. W.

  • Garsia, Captain

  • Gray, G., F.C.S.

  • Hall, Sir John, K.C.M.G.

  • Hall, T. W.

  • Hardcastle, J.

  • Hewlings, S.

  • Hogben, G., M.A.

  • Hunt, F. Knight

  • Hutton, Capt., F.R.S.*

  • Jackson, T. H., B.A.

  • Jennings, Dr.

  • Laing, R. M., M.A.

  • Lomax-Smith, Dr.

  • Marshall, P., M.A.

  • Meares, Dr. A. L. Devenish

  • Meeson, J. T., B.A.

  • Meyrick, E., B.A., F.E.S.

  • Mollet, T. A.*

  • McLaren, D. B.

  • Page, S.

  • Palmer, J.

  • Pitcaithly, G., B.A.

  • Purnell, C. W.

  • Pye, W. G., M.A.

  • Rutherford, C. E., M.A.

  • Scott, J. L.

  • Scott, Prof. R. J.

  • Seager, S. Hurst, A.R.I.B.A.

  • Smith, W. W.

  • Sparks, W.

  • Speight, R., M.A.

  • Symes, W. H., M.D.*

  • Thomas, Dr. W.

  • Wakefield, C. M., F.L.S., F.E.S.

  • Webb, H. R., F.R.M.S.

  • Wilkin, R.

  • Wilkin, W. B.

  • Wood, W. D.

Otago Institute.
*

  • Abel, H. J., Lawrence

  • Adams, C. W.

  • Allen, James, M.H.R.

  • Armstrong, F.

  • Aston, Murray, St. Leonards

  • Barnett, Dr. L. A.

  • Batchelor, Dr. F. C.

  • Bathgate, Alexanders*

  • Beal, L. O., jun.

  • Bell, A. Dillon, Waihemo

[Footnote] [Life members marked thus *.]

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[Footnote] [* Life members.]

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  • Bell, George

  • Beverley, A.

  • Bews, David J.

  • Black, Professor J. G., D.Sc.

  • Brent, Daniel*

  • Brown, W.

  • Brown, Dr. William

  • Browning, Miss

  • Buchanan, N. L., Newstead, Rakaia*

  • Burt, Alexander

  • Campbell, Robert

  • Chapman, F. R.

  • Chapman, Robert

  • Colquhoun, Dr. D.

  • Cook, G. L., Wellington

  • De Zouche, Dr. I.

  • Don, John R.

  • Duncan, Peter

  • Dunne, John D.

  • Fenwick, George

  • Ferguson, Dr. H. Lindo

  • Fulton, Sidney W., Outram*

  • Gibbons, Prof. F. B. de M.

  • Goyen, P.

  • Hardy, H. F.

  • Hastings, D. Harris

  • Hay, P. S., Wellington

  • Hay, Robert

  • Hocken, Dr. T. M.

  • Hoskings, John

  • Hunter, Thomas A.

  • Jackson, Howard, Bluespur

  • Jeffcoat, Dr.

  • Joachim, G.*

  • Jones, R. C.

  • Lusk, T. W.

  • Massey, H.

  • Melland, E.*

  • McDonald, Dr. Gordon

  • McKenzie, H., Wellington

  • McKerrow, J. "

  • McLean, J., Redcastle*

  • McLeod, J. G.

  • McNicoll, A.

  • Milne, W. D.

  • Ogston, Dr. F.

  • Parker, Professor T. J.

  • Petrie, D., Auckland*

  • Rattray, J.

  • Reid, Donald, jun.

  • Reid, George

  • Reynolds, Hon. W. H., M.L.C.

  • Ritchie, J. M.

  • Roberts, John

  • Roberts, Dr. W. F.

  • Russell, G. C.

  • Sale, Professor W. S.

  • Scott, Professor W. H.

  • Shacklock, John

  • Shand, Professor J.

  • Shennan, Watson, Conical Hills

  • Sievwright, B.

  • Sise, G. L.

  • Skey, H.

  • Smith, W. C.

  • Smith, Dr. W.

  • Spence, E. J.

  • Stewart, A.

  • Stephenson, Dr. R. S.

  • Stewart, Hon. W. D., M.L.C.

  • Stout, Hon. Sir R., K.C.M.G., M.H.R., Wellington

  • Tennant, J. E.

  • Thomson, G. M.*

  • Thomson, J. C.

  • Ulrich, Prof. G. F. H.

  • Wales, N. Y. A.

  • White, John

  • White, David R.

  • Williams, Henry

  • Williams, Mr. Justice*

  • Wilson, Alexander

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Westland Institute.

  • Addison, Miss

  • Arrow, W. H.

  • Barron, D.

  • Barton, C. A.

  • Batten, Miss

  • Bignell, Captain

  • Boys, J.

  • Broughton, F. W.

  • Campbell, J.

  • Chesney, J.

  • Churches, J.

  • Clarke, J. J.

  • Cresswell, A. E.

  • Croft, T. O. W.

  • Douglas, Rev. William

  • Duncan, William

  • Fendall, Miss

  • Folley, W.

  • Fowler, W. L.

  • Gill, T. H.

  • Glass, H.

  • Harper, J.

  • Heinz, W.

  • Holmes, J.

  • Jack, M. L. W.

  • Kendall, Dr. H. W. M.

  • King, A. H.

  • Lewis, J. B.

  • Little, A.

  • Lynch, J. D.

  • Macandrew, Dr.

  • Macfarlane, D.

  • Macfarlane, Mrs.

  • Mackay, W. D.

  • Mahan, A.

  • Mandle, J.

  • Martin, Rev. Canon

  • Maunders, J.

  • Michel, H. L.

  • Morton, A. J.

  • Murray, W. G.

  • Myles, Dr.

  • Nightingale, A.

  • Northcraft, L.

  • O'Brien, B. L.

  • Park, J.

  • Paul, Miss

  • Perry, W.

  • Rickards, S.

  • Roberts, G. J.

  • Robinson, H. L.

  • Ross, R.

  • Sammons, E. B.

  • Sinclair, G. K.

  • Sinclair, G.

  • Snow, H. L.

  • Solomon, Miss

  • Tait, Miss

  • Wade, R. W.

  • Williams, Captain

  • Williams, W.

  • Winchester, W.

Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute.
*

  • Ashcroft, R. H.

  • Beamish, N. E., Hastings

  • Bernau, Dr.

  • Bibby, E., jun., Waipawa

  • Binsfield, Rev. Father, Meanee

  • Birch, W. J., Erehwon

  • Brown, J H., Whakaki

  • Burnett, H., Woodville

  • Campbell, Hugh, Poukawa

  • Canning, Charles, Petane

  • Carlile, J. W., M.A.

  • Chambers, J. B., Te Mata

  • Chambers, J., jun., Mokopeka

  • Chambers, W. K., Poverty Bay

  • Coleman, J. H.

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

  • Cooke, J. C., Waipukurau

  • Cooper, T. R.

  • Craig, J. W.

  • Crerar, J.

  • De Lisle, Dr.

  • Dinwiddie, W.

  • Donnelly, G. P., Crissoge

[Footnote] [* Life-members.]

[Footnote] † Honorary life-member.

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  • Gilberd, J. G.

  • Gray, W., B.A.

  • Hallett, T., Hawkston

  • Hamilton, A., Dunedin*

  • Harding, J., sen., Mount Vernon

  • Harding, R., Mount Vernon

  • Hardy, James

  • Hill, H., B.A., F.G.S.

  • Hislop, J.

  • Holder, H. R., Woodville

  • Hovell, Very Rev. De B., Dean of Waiapu

  • Humphries, T.

  • Jarvis, Dr.

  • Kettle, N.

  • Large, J. S.

  • Large, H.

  • Leahy, Dr.

  • Lessong, L., C.E.

  • Locking, Dr. B.

  • Loughnan, I. H., Tukituki

  • Luff, A., Wellington

  • Manisty, R., Woodville

  • Matthews, Miss

  • McLean, P. S.

  • McLean, R. D. D.

  • Milne-Thomson, Dr.

  • Monckton, W. G., M.A.

  • Moore, Dr. T. C.

  • Morgan, T.

  • Nelson, W., Tomoana

  • Newton, T. K.

  • Norris, A.

  • Olsen, A., Norsewood

  • Ormond, G., Mahia

  • Ormond, Hon. J. D., M.L.C.

  • Owen, H.

  • Paterson, Rev. J. G.

  • Pinckney, H. H., B.A.

  • Ringland, J.

  • Russell, Captain W. R., M.H.R.

  • Smith, H. Guthrie, Tutira

  • Smith, J. H., Olrig*

  • Spencer, Dr. W. I., F.L.S.

  • Swan, G. H.

  • Tiffen, G. W., Puhatikotiko, Gisborne

  • Townley, J., Gisborne

  • Walker, R. T.

  • White, G.

  • White, T., Wimbledon

  • Whitelaw, T.

  • Williams, F. W.

  • Williams, J. N., Frimley, Hastings

  • Williams, Ven. Archdeacon S., Te Aute

  • Williamson, G. W., Waipawa

  • Yardin, Rev. Father, Woodville

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

  • Younghusband, J.

Nelson Insttute.

  • Atkinson, A. S., F.L.S.

  • Bartel, J. G.

  • Black, Sydney

  • Boor, Dr. L.

  • Browning, J. S.

  • Chatterton, Rev. F. W.

  • Cock, H.

  • Curtis, W. S.

  • Davies, W.

  • Fell, C. Y.

  • Gibbs, F. G.

  • Holloway, J.

  • Hudson, Dr. J.

  • Huffam, T. B.

  • Joynt, J. W.

  • Kempthorne, Rev. J. P.

  • Kingsley, R. I.

  • Littlejohn, W. S.

  • Lukins, E.

  • Mackie, Dr. W. J.

  • Mules, Right Rev. C. O., Bishop of Nelson

  • Richmond, Hon. J. C.

  • Twistleton, H. L.

  • Worley, W. F.

*
*
– 778 –

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 Under-Secretary for Lands.

  • The Legislative Council.

  • The House of Representatives.

  • The Colonial Office, London.

  • The Agent-General, London.

  • The Imperial Institute.

  • 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.

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  • Geological Magazine, London.

  • Geological Record, London.

  • Imperial Institute, London.

  • Zoological Record, London.

  • Victoria Institute, London.

  • Institution of Civil Engineers, London.

  • Library of Patent Office, London.

  • Marine Biological Association of United Kingdom.

  • Philosophical Society of Leeds, England.

  • Leeds Geological Association, Meanwood, Leeds.

  • Literary and Philosophical Society, Liverpool, England.

  • Biological Society, Liverpool.

  • 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.

  • Agricultural Department, Sydney.

  • Royal Society of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • Public Library, Melbourne.

  • University Library, Melbourne.

  • Geological Survey of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • Field Naturalists' Club, Melbourne.

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  • 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 Museum, Brisbane.

  • Botanic Garden Library, Brisbane.

  • Queensland Branch, Geographical Society of Australasia, Brisbane.

  • 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.

  • Institute of Jamaica, Kingston.

  • 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, New Haven, U.S.A.

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

  • Academy of Science, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

  • Natural History Society, New Brunswick.

  • Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

  • Department of Agriculture, Washington.

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

  • American Geographical Society, New York.

  • Natural History Museum, Central Park, New York.

  • New York Academy of Sciences.

  • Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania.

  • 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, State of New York.

  • Academy of Natural Sciences, San Francisco.

  • Stanford University, California.

  • Academy of Natural Sciences, Davenport, Iowa.

  • Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • Director of Library of Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis, Mo.

  • Natural History Society of New Brunswick, St. John.

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  • Natural History Society of Frankfurt à O.

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

  • Royal Imperial Institute for Meteorology and Earth-Magnetism, Hohe-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.

  • Royal Zoological, Anthropological, and Ethnographical Museum, Dresden.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Statzione Zoological, Naples.

  • National Library, Paris.

  • Société de Géógraphie, Paris.

  • Entomological Society of France, Paris.

  • Museum of Natural History of France, Paris.

  • Natural History Museum, Bordeaux.

  • Natural History Society, Angers.

  • Naturhistorischer Verein in Bonn.

  • Museum of Natural History, Geneva.

  • Die Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Bern.

  • Imperial Society of Naturalists, Moscow.

  • Société des Naturalistes, Kieff, Russia.

  • Société des Sciences de Finlande, Helsingfors.

  • Royal Academy of Science, Stockholm.

  • University of Christiania, Norway.

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  • 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.

  • Library, Canterbury Museum.

  • Library, Otago Museum.

  • Library, Otago School of Mines.

  • Library, Thames School of Mines.

  • Library, Reefton School of Mines.

Publishing Branch.

  • Editor.

  • Assistant Editor.

  • Draughtsman.

  • Lithographer.

  • Government Printer.

  • Photo-lithographer.