Contents - Volume 36, 1903
All full-page illustrations (plates) in this volume can be seen in the Picture Gallery.
- Transactions of the New Zealand Institute
- (title page)
- List of Plates at the End of the Volume.
- New Zealand Institute.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, 1903.
- Art. I.—Notes on Two Maori Calabashes, with Carved Wooden Necks called Tuki or Ko-ano-ano.
- Art. II.—On the Maori Method of preparing and using Kokowai.
- Art. III.—Moriori Carving on the Trunks of Karaka-trees.
- Art. IV.—Maori Marriage Customs: being Notes on Ancient Maori Customs, Ritual and Sociological, connected with Courtship, Marriage, and Divorce, together with some Account of the Levirate, and of many Superstitious Beliefs, and Ancient Animistic Myths connected with the same, as held and preserved by the Maori Peoples of the Tuhoe Tribe.
- Art. V.—The Sparrow Plague and its Remedy.
- Art. VI.—Note on the Veracity of the Returns of Age in the Census of 1901.
- Art. VII.—On certain Decimal and Metrical Fallacies.
- Art. VIII.—The Kohoperoa or Koekoea, Long-tailed Cuckoo (Urodynamis taitensis): An Account of its Habits, Description of a Nest containing its (supposed) Egg, and a Suggestion as to how the Parasitic Habit in Birds has become established.
- Art. IX.—Description of a New Fish.
- Art. X.—On the Occurrence of Centrolophus in New Zealand.
- Art. XI.—Revision of the New Zealand Members of the Genus Phorocera.
- Art. XII.—Two New Flies.
- Art. XIII.—On a New Weta from the Chatham Islands.
- Art. XIV.—Description of a New Blow-fly from Campbell Island.
- Art. XV.—On the Occurrence of the Curlew-Sandpiper (An-cylochilus sub-arquatus) in New Zealand.
- Art. XVI.—On the Anatomy of Paryphanta fumosa, Tenison-Woods.
- Art. XVII.—On the Occurrence of Vanessa atalanta and Plusia festucæ in Southland.
- Art. XVIII.—Notes on Southern Lepidoptera.
- Art. XIX.—Notes on an Insect found in some Hot Springs at Taupo.
- Art. XX.—The Sipunculids of New Zealand.
- Art. XXI. — On a New Species of Leech (Hirudo antipodum) recently discovered in New Zealand.
- Art. XXII.—A Note on the Oligochæta of the New Zealand Lakes.
- Art. XXIII. — An apparently New Species of Regalecus (B. parkeri).
- Art. XXIV.—A Species of Ixodes parasitic on the Grey Duck.
- Art. XXV.—Plants naturalised in the County of Ashburton.
- Art. XXVI.—A Botanical Excursion during Midwinter to the Southern, Islands of New Zealand.
- Art. XXVII.—Abnormal Growth of a Plant of Phormium colensoi.
- Art. XXVIII.—On Abnormal Developments in New Zealand Ferns; with a List of Papers by various Authors on the Ferns of New Zealand.
- Art. XXIX.—List of Papers and Notices on Botanical Subjects in the “Transactions of the New Zealand Institute” and other Publications.
IV. — Geology
- Art. XXX. — On the Subdivision of the Lower Mesozoic Rocks of New Zealand.
- Art. XXXI.—On the Age and Relations of the New Zealand Coalfields.
- Art. XXXII.—On the Geology of North Head, Waikouaiti, and its Relation to the Geological History of Dunedin.
- Art.XXXIII.—On the Jurassic Age of the Maitai Series.
- Art. XXXIV.—On the Discovery of Permo-carboniferous Rocks at Mount Mary, North Otago.
- Art. XXXV.—The Northern Wairoa.
- Art.XXXVI.—Notes on a Small Collection of Fossils from Wharekuri, on the Waitaki River, North Otago.
- Art. XXXVII.—Boulders in Triassic Conglomerate, Nelson.
- Art. XXXYIII.—Second Supplement to the “Materials for a Bibliography of the Dinornithidæ.”
- Art. XXXIX.—Note on Remains of some of the Extinct Birds of New Zealand found near Ngapara.
- Art. XL.—Note on a Dyke at Nugget Point.
- Art. XLI.—Some Caves and Water-passages in the Grey-mouth District.
V.—Chemistry and Physics.
- Art. XLII.—On the_ Regeneration of Cyanide-solutions.
- Art. XLIII.—Studies on the Chemistry of the New Zealand Flora.
- Art. XLIV.—Note on Interaction of Citric and Sulphuric Acids.
- Art. XLV.—An Experiment bearing on the Wave Theory of Light.
- Art. XLVI.—The Physical Properties of Kauri-gum.
- Art. XLVIL.—Note on a supposed Heat-effect.
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