Fifth Meeting: 25th July, 1912.
The President, Mr. R. Gardner, in the chair.
Exhibits.—The admirable collection of New Zealand and Australian wools recently presented to the Museum by Messrs. Mellsop, Eliott, and Co., and prepared by their London agents, Messrs. Gilbert Anderson and Co., was on view, as well as the collection of local ferns which had gained the prize offered by the Council at the recent winter show.
Papers.—1. “Notes on a Moth-eating Spider,” by W. W. Smith, F.E.S.
2. “Notes on the Wool Exhibit,” by M. A. Eliott.
3. “Description of the Collection of Ferns,” by A. G. Roe, the collector.