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Volume 42, 1909


Art. I. Oceanic Comparatives. By Rev. C. E. Fox 18
VII. On some Armour presented to Titore, a Nga Puhi Chief, by H.M. William IV in 1835. By A. Hamilton 4046
XI. Early History of Rangitikei, and Notes on the Ngati Apa Tribe. By T. W. Downes 74114
XII. The Waterloo of the Waikato, fought in 1830, and its Effects on the After-enacted Land Laws of that Part of the North Island. By W. Welch, F.R.G.S. 114118
XLI. Some Theorems relating to Sub-Polar Triangles. By E. G. Hogg, M.A. 327332
LI. Captain Dumont D'Urville's Visit to Whangarei, Waitemata, and the Thames in 1827. By S. Percy Smith, F.R.G.S. 412433
LII. Maori Forest Lore: Being some Account of Native Forest Lore and Woodcraft, as also of many Myths, Rites. Customs, and Superstitions connected with the Flora and Fauna of the Tuhoe or Ure-wera District. Part III. By Elsdon Best 433481
LIII. Classification of Verse. By Johannes C. Andersen 481533
LXIII. Maori Numeration: Being a Reply to Mr. Elsdon Best's Paper on “Maori Numeration” in Trans. N.Z. Inst., Vol. xxxix. By Hare Hongi 625640
II. List of Recent Shells found Fossil in New Zealand. By Henry Suter 813
V. Some Additions to the Perlidœ, Neuroptes a-Planipennia, and Trichoptera of New Zealand. By E. J. Hare 2933
IX. Notes on New Zealand Lepidoptera. By E. Meyrick, B.A., F.R.S. 6366
X. Lepidoptera from the Kermadec Islands. By E. Meyrick, B.A., F.R.S. 6773
XVI. On an Isopod inhabiting Ants' Nests in New Zealand. By Charles Chilton, M.A., D.Sc., F.L.S. 190192
XXVI. Bionomic Observations on certain New Zealand Diptera. By David Miller 226235
XXVII. A New Species of Empis. By David Miller 235236
XXXIII. Some New Zealand and Tasmanian Arachnidœ. By H. R. Hogg, M.A., F.Z.S. 273283
XXXV. Additions to the Terrestrial Isopoda of New Zealand. By Charles Chilton, M.A., D.Sc., F.L.S. 286291
XXXVI. On the Coleoptera of the Kermadec Islands. By Major T. Broun, F.E.S 291306
XXXVII. Additions to the Coleopterous Fauna of the Chatham Islands. By Major T. Broun, F.E.S. 306310
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Art. XLV. The Discovery of Moa-remains on Stewart Island. By Professor W. B. Benham, D.Sc., F.R.S. 354356
XLVII. A List of the Known Fishes of Kermadec and Norfolk Islands, and a Comparison with those of Lord Howe Island. By Edgar R. Waite, F.L.S. 370383
XLVIII. Notes on New Zealand Fishes. By Edgar R. Waite, F.L.S. 384391
XLIX. The Pipiwharauroa, or Bronze Cuckoo (Chalcococcyx lucidus), and an Account of its Habits. By Robert Fulton, M.D. 392408
LV. Notes on a Collection of Sea-anemones. By F. G. A. Stuckey, M.A., and C. L. Walton 541543
LVI. Description of a New Species of Moth. By A. Philpott 544
III. Botanical Notes made on a Journey across the Tararuas. By B. C. Aston, F.I.C., F.C.S. 1325
IV. Unrecorded Habitats for New Zealand Plants. By B. C Aston, F.I.C., F.C.S. 2628
XIII. The Vegetation of the Kermadec Islands. By R. B. Oliver 118175
XVIII. Description of a New Native Grass (Poa). By D. Petrie, M.A. 196
XIX. On Poa breviglumis, Hook. f. By D. Petrie, M.A. 197199
XX. On the Naturalisation of Calluna vulgaris, Salisb., in the Taupo District. By D. Petrie, M.A. 199
XXI. Contributions to a Fuller Knowledge of the Flora of New Zealand: No. 3. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S. 200213
XXII. Notice of the Occurrence of Leucopogon Richei, R. Br., on the Mainland of New Zealand. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S. 214215
XXIII. Some Recent Additions to the Flora of New Zealand. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S. 216218
XXXVIII. Some Hitherto-unrecorded Plant-habitats (V). By L. Cockayne, Ph.D. 311319
XXXIX. List of Lichenes and Bryophytes collected in Stewart Island during the Botanical Survey of 1908. By L. Cockayne, Ph. D. 320324
XL. On a Non-flowering New Zealand Species of Rubus. By L. Cockayne, Ph.D. 325326
XLIV. Botanical Evidence against the Recent Glaciation of New Zealand. By G. M. Thomson, F.L.S. 348353
XLVI. A Comparative Study of the Anatomy of Six New Zealand Species of Lycopodium. By J. E. Holloway, M.Sc. 356370
LVII. Observations on some New Zealand Halophytes. By Miss B. D. Cross, M.A. 545574
VI. Notes on some Rocks from Parapara, Bluff Hill, and Waikawa. By J. Allan Thomson, B.A., B.Sc., F.G.S. 3339
VIII. The Present Position of New Zealand Palæontology; with a List of Papers on the Palæontology of New Zealand, including the Titles of those Stratigraphical Papers containing Important Lists of Fossils. By A. Hamilton 4663
XXIX. Petrological Notes on Rocks from the Kermadec Islands; with some Geological Evidence for the Existence of a Subtropical Pacific Continent. By R. Speight, M.A., B.Sc., F.G.S. 251254
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Art. XXX. Notes on the Geology of the West Coast Sounds. By R. Speight, M.A., B.Sc., F.G.S. 255267
XXXIV. On the Aeration of the Auckland Lava-beds. By James Stewart, M.Inst.C.E. 284285
XLII. Note on the Geology of Mangaia. By P. Marshall, D.Sc. 333
XLIII. The Glaciation of New Zealand. By P. Marshall, D.Sc. 334348
LIV. The Physiography of Wellington Harbour. By J. M. Bell 534540
LVIII. On the Glacial Till in Hautapu Valley, Rangitikei, Wellington. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 575580
LIX. Further Notes on the Glaciation of the North Island of New Zealand. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 580584
LX. Some Evidences of Glaciation on the Shores of Cook Strait and Golden Bay. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 585588
LXI. The Great Ice Age of New Zealand. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 589612
LXII. A Geological Reconnaisance of Northernmost New Zealand. By J. M. Bell and E. de. C. Clarke 613624
V.—Chemistry and Physics.
XIV. The Mokoia Aerolite; with a few Introductory Remarks on New Zealand Meteoric Phenomena. By G. R. Marriner, F.R.M.S. 176185
XV. On the Radio-activity of the Artesian-water System of Christchurch, New Zealand, and the Evidence of its Effect on Fish-life. By C. Coleridge Farr, D.Sc., and D. C. H. Florance, M.A., M.Sc. 185190
XVII. The Cam-lever Balance. By J. Clement Cuff 192196
XXIV. The Absorption of Mosture from the Atmosphere by Wools. By A. M. Wright, F.C.S. 218224
XXV. The Formaldehyde Method for the Estimation of Nitrogen in Organic Substances. By A. M. Wright, F.C.S. 224225
XXVIII. On the Influence of Ripples on the Gas Content of the Artesian Waters of Christchurch. By C. Coleridge Farr, D.Sc., and D. C. H. Florance, M.A., M.Sc. 237240
XXXI. An Apparent Relation between some of the Physical Properties of Solids. By S. Page, B.Sc. 267269
XXXII. A Possible Relation between Atmospheric Carbon-dioxide and Leaf-development. By S. Page, B.Sc. 270273
L. The Remarkable Rainfall and Meteorology of Waihi. By H. B. Devereux, F.R.Met.Soc. 408411
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List of Plates.
Plate. To illustrate Article Follow Page
I-VII. Botany of the Tararuas.—Aston III 16
VIII. Armour presented to Titore.—Hamilton VII 40
IX-XI. Early History of Rangitikei.—Downes XI 96
XII-XXIII. Vegetation of the Kermadec Islands.—Oliver XIII 128
XXIV-XXV. The Mokoia Aerolite.—Marriner XIV 176
XXVI-XXVII. Branched Nikau-palm.—Cheeseman XXI 208
XXVIII-XXIX. New Zealand Diptera.—Miller XXVI 234
XXX. Empis Otakouensis.—Miller XXVII 236
XXXI-XXXIV. New Zealand Species of Lycopodium.—Holloway XLVI 368
XXXV-XXXVI. Fishes of Kermadec and Norfolk Islands.—Waite XLVII 384
XXXVII-XXXVIII. New Zealand Fishes.—Waite XLVIII 384
XXXIX. Rainfall and Meterology of Waihi.—Devereux L 410
XL. Portrait of Natai.—Smith LI 416
XLI-XLII. Physiography of Wellington Harbour.—Bell LIV 536
XLIII-XLIV. Sea-anemones.—Stuckey and Walton LV 542
XLV-LI. Glaciation of the North Island.—Park LIX 580
LII-LVII. Geology of Northernmost New Zealand.—Bell and Clarke LXII 624