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Volume 31, 1898
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Dr. T. M. Hocken exhibited a photograph of a curious nest found in an almost inaccessible position on the Rock and Pillar Range, and described its unusual construction.

No one present was able to make any suggestion as to the kind of bird the nest was made by. It was suggested, however, that possibly it might be an old nest of the great extinct eagle (Harpagornis).

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Third Meeting : 17th July, 1898.

Mr. A. Bathgate, Vice-president, in the chair.

New Members.—Colonel Morris, Regent Road; H. J. Matthews, Mornington.

Copies of the Proceedings of the Institute for the last session were handed round for distribution.