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Volume 31, 1898
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Professor H. A. Talbot-Tubbs, President, in the chair.

New Members.—E. Hall, F. W. Hilgendorf, J. M. Maclaren, W. A. MacLeod, Dr. R. H. Makgill, A. P. Wilson.

The President delivered his inaugural address, taking as his subject “Auckland City, Past, Present, and to come.”

Second Meeting: 20th June, 1898.

Professor H. A. Talbot-Tubbs, President, in the chair.

New Member.—J. S. Kidd.

Papers.—1.“On the Habits of Dermestes vulpinus,” by A. T. Potter. (Transactions, p. 104.)

2. “On some Occurrences of Gold in the Coromandel District,” by J. M. Maclaren. (Transactions, p. 492.)

3. “Notes on the Volcanoes of the Taupo District,” by Dr. Benedict Friedlaender; communicated by T. F. Cheese-man, F.L.S. (Transactions, p. 498.)