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Volume 31, 1898
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Seventh Meeting: 19th September, 1898.

Professor Talbot-Tubbs, President, in the chair.

Mr. T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., gave a popular lecture, copiously illustrated with lime-light views, on “The Mount Cook District.”

Eighth Meeting: 10th October, 1898.

Professor Talbot-Tubbs, President, in the chair.

New Member.—W. B. Brain.

Papers.—1. “On a New Species of Corysanthes,” by T. F. Cheeseman. (Transactions, p. 351.)

2. “On the Occurrence of Ottelia in New Zealand,” by T. F. Cheeseman. (Transactions, p. 350.)

3. “Botanical Notes,” by D, Petrie, F.L.S. (Transactions, p. 352.)

4. “On a Hornblende Trachyte from Coromandel,” by W. A. MacLeod. (Transactions, p. 490.)

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5. “The Geology of Moehau Mountain, Cape Colville,” by J. M. Maclaren. (Transactions, p. 494.)

6. “On the Shells of Whangarei Heads,” by C. Cooper. (Transactions, p. 134.)

7. “On the Birds of the Bay of Islands,” by A. T. Pycroft. (Transactions, p. 141.)

8. “The Art of Weaving among the Maoris,” by Elsdon Best. (Transactions, p. 625.)