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Volume 51, 1919

Contents.

Anthropology.
Pages
Art. XXVI. The Edible Fish, &c., of Taupo-nui-a-Tia. By H. J. Fletcher 259264
XXVIII. Some Maori Fish-hooks from Otago. By H. D. Skinner 267268
XXXVI. Some Notes on the Language of the Chatham Islands. By H. W. Williams 415422
Botany.
Art. IX. Contributions to a Fuller Knowledge of the Flora of New Zealand; No. 6. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S. 8592
X. Some Additions to the New Zealand Flora. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S. 9295
XI. A New Variety of Pteris macilenta. By H. Carse 95
XIV. Descriptions of New Native Flowering-plants. By D. Petrie, M.A, Ph.D. 106107
XVIII. Notes on the Autecology of certain Plants of the Peridotite Belt, Nelson: Part I—Structure of some of the Plants (No. 2). By M. Winifred Betts, M.Sc. 136156
XX. Studies in the New Zealand Species of the Genus Lycopodium: Part III—The Plasticity of the Species. By the Rev. J. E. Holloway, D.Sc. 161216
XXXIV. The Vegetation of Banks Peninsula, with a List of Species (Flowering-plants and Ferns). By R. M. Laing, B.Sc. 355408
XXXV. The Pronunciation of Scientific Terms in New Zealand, with Special Reference to the Terms of Botany. By A. Wall 409414
XXXVIII. A History of Hagley Park, Christchurch, with Special Reference to its Botany. By Miss E. M. Herriott, M.A. 427447
Geology.
Art. II. The Significant Features of Reef-bordered Coasts. By W. M. Davis 630
V. On the Occurrence of Thin Bands of Marble at South Peak, near Hampden. Otago. By J. Park, F.G.S. 4142
VII. Description of a New Species of the Family Cerithiidae. By H. Suter 68
XII. New Fossil Mollusca. By J. A. Bartrum 96100
XIII. A Fossiliferous Bed at Kawa Creek, West Coast, South of Waikato River, New Zealand. By J. A. Bartrum 101106
XV. Further Notes on the Horowhenua Coastal Plain and the Associated Physiographic Features. By G. L. Adkin 108118
XIX. Further Notes on the Geology of the Trelissick or Castle Hill Basin. By R. Speight, M.Sc. 157160
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Art. XXIII. Fauna of the Hampden Beds and Classification of the Oamaru System. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S. 226250
XIV. Occurrence of Fossil Moa-bones in the Lower Wanganui Strata By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S. 250253
XXV. Some New Fossil Species of Mollusca. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., and R. Murdoch 253258
XXIX. The Older Gravels of North Canterbury. By R. Speight, M.Sc, F.G.S. 269281
XXX. Rough Ridge, Otago, and its Splintered Fault-scarp. By C. A. Cotton 282285
XXXI. Note on the Mechanical Composition of the so-called Loess at Timaru. By L. J. Wild, M.A., B.Sc., F.G.S. 286288
XXXII. The Geology of the Middle Clarence and Ure Valleys, East Marlborough, New Zealand. By J. Allan Thomson, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S. 289349
XXXVII. Report on the Natural Features of the Arthur's Pass Tunnel. By C. C. Farr, E. G. Hogg, S. Page, L J. Wild, and F. W. Hilgendorf 422426
XL. Terminology for Beak and Foraminal Development in Brachiopoda. By S. S. Buckman, F.G.S. 450454
Zoology.
Art. III. On the Occurrence of Two Unusual Blood-vessels in Hyla aurea. By W. B. Benham, D.Sc., F.R.S. 3034
IV. Some Earthworms from Stephen Island and D'Urville Island. By W. B. Benham, D.Sc., F.R.S. 3541
VI. A Preliminary Investigation of the Age and Manner of Growth of Brown Trout in Canterbury, as shown by a Microscopic Examination of their Scales. By M. H. Godby, M.A., B.Sc. 4267
VIII. The Structure of Amphibola crenata Martyn. By Winifred C. Farnie, M.A. 6985
XVI. Ceina, an Aberrant Genus of the Amphipodan Family Talitridae. By C. Chilton, M.A., D.Sc., LL.D., F.L.S. 118129
XVII. New Species of Mollusca, from various Dredgings taken off the Coast of New Zealand, the Snares Islands, and the Bounty Islands. By Miss M. K. Mestayer 130135
XXI. Notes on the Birds of South-western Otago. By A. Philpott 216224
XXII. Description of New Species of Lepidoptera. By A. Philpott 224225
XXXIII. Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera. By E. Meyrick, B.A., F.R.S. 349359
XXXIX. A New Discoglossoid Frog from New Zealand. By A. R. McCulloch 447449
Miscellaneous.
Art. I. On the Toxicity of the Tutu Fruit and Seed. By J. Malcolm, M.D. 15
XXVII. To what extent is Earth-rotation the Cause of the Ocean Currents? By A. W. Burrell 264267
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Proceedings.
Pages
Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors 457472
Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute Science Congress, 1919 473485
Annual Address of the President 485495
Wellington Philosophical Society 496498
Auckland Institute 499502
Philosophical Institute of Canterbury 503504
Otago Institute 505506
Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute 506
Manawatu Philosophical Society 507
Wanganui Philosophical Society 508
Nelson Institute 508
Appendix.
New Zealand Institute Act and Regulations 511
Hutton Memorial Medal and Research Fund 511513
Hector Memorial Research Fund 513515
Regulations for administering the Government Research Grant 515516
Carter Bequest 516
New Zealand Institute—List of Officers, &c. 517520
Roll of Members 521535
Serial Publications received by the Library of the Institute 536539
List of Institutions to which the Publications of the Institute are presented 540545
Index 547548