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Volume 52, 1920

Contents.

Pages
Roll of Honour xxixxiii
Presidential Address xxvxxx
Anthropology.
Art. XII. The Southern Maori, and Greenstone. By H. Beattie 4552
XIII. Nature-lore of the Southern Maori. By H. Beattie 5377
Botany.
Art. II. Contributions to a Fuller Knowledge of the Flora of New Zealand: No. 7. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S., F.Z.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Curator of the Auckland Museum 916
III. Descriptions of New Native Flowering-plants. By D. Petrie, M.A., Ph.D., F.N.Z.Inst. 1719
XV. Ranunculus paucifolius T. Kirk: its Distribution and Ecology, and the Bearing of these upon certain Geological and Phylogenetic Problems. By A. Wall, M.A., Professor of English, Canterbury College 90105
XVI. Helichrysum dimorphum Cockayne—a Hydrid ? By A. Wall, M.A., Professor of English, Canterbury College 106107
XXVII. Studies in the New Zealand Species of the Genus Lycopodium: Part IV—The Structure of the Prothallus-in Five Species. By the Rev. J. E. Holloway, D.Sc., Hutton Memorial Medallist 193239
XXVIII. Notes on the Indigenous Vegetation of the North-eastern Portion of the Hokonui Hills, with a Last of Species. By D. L. Poppelwell 239247
XXIX. Notes on the Indigenous Vegetation of Ben Lomond, with a List of Species. By D. L. Poppelwell 248252
XXX. Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Cass. No. 7—The Rosette Plants: Part I. By M. Winifred Betts, M.Sc. 253275
XXXI. Notes on the Autecology of certain Plants of the Peridotite Belt, Nelson: Part I—Structure of some of the Plants (No. 3). By M. Winifred Betts, M.Sc. 276314
XXXII. Pteridophytes of Banks Peninsula (Eastern Portion). By W. Martin, B.Sc. 315322
Chemistry.
Art. V. The Distillation of Waikaia Oil-shale. By W. Donovan, M.Sc., and G. C. Burton 2729
VI. Sting-ray-liver Oil. By W. Donovan, M.Sc. 29
XXVI The Influence of Salts of the Alkali and Alkaline-earth Metals on the Solubility in Water of Calcium Carbonate (a) in the Presence of Air free from Carbon Dioxide, (b) in the Presence of Excess of Carbon Dioxide. By E. A. Rowe, M.Sc. 192
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Geology.
Art. XVII. On the Occurrence of Striated Boulders in a Palaeozoic Breccia near Taieri Mouth, Otago, New Zealand. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 107108
XVIII. The Tawhiti Series, East Cape District. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist 109110
XIX. The Hampden Beds and the New Zealand Tertiary Limestones. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist 111114
XX. The Tertiary Rocks near Wanganui. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist, and R. Murdoch 115128
XXI. Some Tertiary Mollusca, with Descriptions of New Species. By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist, and R. Murdoch 128136
XXII. Tertiary Geology of the Area between the Otiake River (Kurow District) and Duntroon, North Otago. By G. H. Uttley, M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S., Scots College, Wellington 137153
XXIII. Tertiary Geology of the Area between Wharekuri and the Otiake River, North Otago. By G. H. Uttley, M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S., Scots College, Wellington 154168
XXIV. Remarks on Bulletin No. 20 (New Series) of the New Zealand Geological Survey. By G. H. Uttley, M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S., Scots College, Wellington 169182
XXV. Examples of Readjustment of Drainage on the Tararua Western Foothills. By G. Leslie Adkin 183191
XXXIII. The Notocene Geology of the Middle Waipara and Weka Pass District, North Canterbury, New Zealand. By Dr. J. Allan Thomson, F.G.S., F.N.Z.Inst., Director of the Dominion Museum 322415
XXXIV. Additional Facts concerning the Distribution of Igneous Rocks in New Zealand: No. 2. By J. A. Bartrum, M.Sc. 416422
XXXV. The Conglomerate at Albany, Lucas Creek, Waitemata Harbour. By J. A. Bartrum, M.Sc. 422430
Zoology.
Art. I. Some New Zealand Amphipoda: No. 1. By Charles Chilton, M. A., D.Sc., LL.D., C.M.Z.S., Hon. Member Roy. Soc. N.S.W., F.N.Z.Inst., Professor of Biology, Canterbury College, N.Z. 18
VII. Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera. By E. Meyrick, B.A., F.R.S. 3032
VIII. Illustrated Life-histories of New Zealand Insects: No. 1. By G. V. Hudson, F.E.S., F.N.Z.Inst. 3234
IX. New Lepidoptera. By Charles E. Clarke 35
X. Lepidoptera of Auckland and the King-country. By Charles E. Clarke 3641
XI Notes and Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera. By Arthur Philpott 4244
XXXVI. On some Examples of New Zealand Insects illustrating the Darwinian Principle of Sexual Selection, By G. V. Hudson, F.E.S., F.N.Z.Inst. 431438
XXXVII. Leaf-mining Insects of New Zealand. By M. N. Watt 439466
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Miscellaneous.
Art. IV. The Food Values of New Zealand Fish: Part 1. By (Mrs.) Dorothy E. Johnson, B.Sc. in Home Science 2026
XIV. The Mission of the “Britomart” at Akaroa in August, 1840. By Johannes C. Andersen 7889
Proceedings.
Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors 469485
Wellington Philosophical Society 485488
Auckland Institute 488493
Philosophical Institute of Canterbury 493495
Otago Institute 496497
Manawatu Philosophical Society 497498
Appendix.
New Zealand Institute Act and Regulations 501506
Hutton Memorial Medal and Research Fund 507509
Hector Memorial Research Fund 509510
Regulations for administering the Government Research Grant 511512
Carter Bequest 512
New Zealand Institute—List of Officers, &c. 513517
Roll of Members 518533
Serial Publications received by the Library of the Institute 534537
List of Institutions to which the Publications of the Institute are presented 538543
Index 544