Contents - Volume 37, 1904
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.
- New Zealand Institute Act.
- General Regulations.
- Management of the Property of the Institute.
- Honorary Members.
- New Zealand Institute.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, 1904.
- Art. I.—Maori Medical Lore: Notes on the Causes of Disease and Treatment of the Sick among the Maori People of New Zealand, as believed and practised in Former Times, together with some Account of Various Ancient Rites connected with the Same.
- Art. II.—Notes on Ancient Polynesian Migrants, or Voyagers, to New Zealand, and Voyage of the “Aratawhao” Canoe to Hawaiki.
- Art. III.—On Maori Dredges (Roukakahi and Hao).
- Art. IV.—The Early History of the Morioris.
- Art. V.—The Early History of the Morioris: with an Abstract of a Moriori Narrative, presented by Captain Gilbert Mair during the Adjourned Discussion on Mr. A. Shand's Paper of the 3rd August, 1904.
- Art. VI.—The Site of Maupuia Pa, Miramar.
- Art. VII.—The Balance of Trade.
- Art. VIII.—The Adjustment of Triangulation by Least Squares.—Part II
- Art. IX.—On the Construction of a Table of Natural Sines by Means of a New Relation between the Leading Differences.
- Art. X.—Notes on some Bronze Buddhas from Pekin.
- Art. XI.—Notes on Marsland Hill.
- Art. XII.—Additions to the Marine Mollusca of New Zealand.
- Art. XIII.—Report on the Mollusca collected by Messrs. Keith Lucas and G. L. Hodgkin in Six Lakes of New Zealand.
- Art. XIV.—The First-discovered New Zealand Gundlachia
- Art. XV.—Revision of the New Zealand Species of the Genus Potamopyrgus, with Description of a New Species.
- Art. XVI.—Revision of the New Zealand Species of the Genus Isidora, with Description of a New Subspecies.
- Art. XVII.—Some, New Species of New Zealand Marine Shells, together with Remarks on some Non-marine Species, and some Additions to the “Index Faunœ.”
- Art. XVIII.—Some Earthworms from the North Island of New Zealand.
- Art. XIX.—On the Oligochœta from the Southern Islands of the New Zealand Region:
- Art. XX.—Earthworms from the Kermadecs.
- Art. XXI. —Note on the Occurrence of the Foraminiferan Genus Ramulina in the New Zealand Waters.
- Art. XXII.—Further Notes on the Sipunculids of New Zealand.
- Art. XXIII.—The Aquatic Larva of the Fly Ephydra.
- Art. XXIV.—Notes on some Nudibranch Molluscs from New Zealand.
- Art. XXV.—Note on the Function of the Last Pair of Thoracic Legs in the Whale-feed (Grimothea gregaria).
- Art. XXVI.—On the Occurrence of a Species of Cercaria in the Cockle.
- Art. XXVII.—Notes on Fruit-fltes, with a Description of a New Species (Dacus xanthodes).
- Art. XXVIII.—On some New Species of Lepidoptera.
- Art. XXIX.—Notes on the Occurrence of some Rare Species of Lepidoptera.
- Art. XXX.—Notes on the Entomology of Mount Holdsworth, Tararua Range.
- Art. XXXI.—Epalxiphora axenana, Meyr.: a Species of Lepidoptera scarce in New Zealand.
- Art. XXXII.—On the Occurrence of Graucalus melanops, Latham, in New Zealand.
- Art. XXXIII.—A Rare Saurian.
- Art. XXXIV.—A Revision of the Species of the Formicidæ (Ants) of New Zealand.
- Art. XXXV.—On some New Species of Macro-lepidoptera in New Zealand.
- Art. XXXVA.—On Macro-lepidoptera observed during the Summer of 1903–4, including a Note on the Occurrence of a Hawk-moth new to New Zealand.
- Art. XXXVI.—Some Hitherto-unrecorded Plant-habitats.
- Art. XXXVII.—On the Defoliation of Gaya lyallii, J. E. Baker.
- Art. XXXVIII.—Notes on the Vegetation of the Open Bay Islands.
- Art. XXXIX.—Notes on Ferns.
- Art. XL.—On the Occurrence of Starch and Glucose in Timber.
- Art. XLI.—Revised List of New Zealand Seaweeds.
- Art. XLII.—On the New Zealand Species of Ceramiaceæ.
- Art. XLIII.—On the Pollination of the Puriri (Vitex lucens, T. Kirk).
- Art. XLIV.—The Fossils of the Waitemata and Papakura Series.
- Art. XLV.—Notes on the East Coast Earthquake of 9th August, 1904.
- Art. XLVI.—The Path of Earthquake-waves through the Earth.
- Art. XLVII.—On some Glaciated Stones from Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu.
- Art. XLVIII.—The Artesian-water Basins of the Heretaunga Plain, Hawke's Bay.
- Art. XLIX.—Taupo Plateau and Lake: a Retrospect and Prospect.
- Art. L.—The Formation of the Canterbury Plains.
- Art. LI.—Three New Tertiary Shells.
- Art. LII.—Revision of the Tertiary Brachiopoda of New Zealand.
- Art. LIII—Magnesian Rocks at Milford Sound.
- Art. LIV.—Description of a New Species of Pecten from the Oamaru Series.
- Art. LV.—On the Cause of Border - segregation in some Igneous Magmas.
- Art. LVI.—On the Marine Tertiaries of Otago and Canterbury, with Special Reference to the Relations existing between the Pareora and Oamaru Series.
- Art. LVII.—On the Occurrence of Large Bodies of Ferrous Sulphate in the Gold-mines of Thames Goldfield.
- Art. LVIII.—Notes on some Rocks from Campbell Island.
- Art. LIX.—Meteorology of New Zealand: On the Routes of High and Low Pressures, and the Changes of Pressure and Wind-movement resulting from them.
- Art. LX. - The Distillation of the Fatty Acids for the Manufacture of Candles.
- Art. LXI.—The Association of the Fatty Acids and their and the Arrangement of Atoms in Space.
- Art. LXII.–A Flash of Lightning.
Records of Milne Seismographs.
New Zealand Institute
New Zealand Institute.
- Wellington Philosophical Society.
- Auckland Institute.
- Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.
- First Meeting: 10th May, 1904.
- Second Meeting: 3rd June, 1904.
- Third Meeting: 19th July, 1904. Professor Evans delivered an address on “Photography in Colour.”
- Fourth Meeting: 9th August, 1904.
- Fifth Meeting: 13th September, 1904.
- Sixth Meeting: 11th October, 1904.
- Seventh Meeting: 8th November, 1904.
- Westland Institute.
- Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute.
- Nelson Institute.
- Manawatu Philosophical Society.