Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute/Index to Volumes 41-51/Part I.—Authors


INDEX

TO THE

TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE

VOLS. 41–51.

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PART I.—AUTHORS.[1]


A.

Adams, C. E.

Harmonic Analysis of Tidal Observations, 43, Proc. III, 83.
Harmonic Tidal Constants of N.Z. Ports: Dunedin and Port Chalmers, 46, 316.
Harmonic Tidal Constants of N.Z. Ports: Wellington and Auckland, 45, 20.
Hector Observatory, The Latitude, Longitude and Height of, 47, 590.
Tidal Gauge, The Wellington, 41, 406.
Time Control of Wellington Tide-gauge, 43, Proc. III, 84.

Adams, T. W.

Exhibit of Acorns and Leaves of Oaks grown at Greendale, Canterbury, 48, 223.
Pinus, The Species of the Genus, now growing in N.Z., with Notes on their Introduction and Growth, 48, 216.
Obituary, 51, xi.

Adkin, G. L.

Description of Multiple Rainbow, 44, Proc. III, 85.
Discovery and Extent of Former Glaciation in the Tararua Ranges, 44, 308.
Horowhenua Coastal Plain and the Associated Physiographic Features, Further Notes on, 51, 108.
Horowhenua County: Post-Tertiary Geological History of the Ohau River and of the Adjacent Coastal Plain, 43, 496.

Allison, T.

Ruapehu, 45, Proc. 448.
Star Test for Telescopic Mirrors, 48, 498.

Andersen, J. C.

Australlan Modification of the English Ballad, Development of Four-syllabled Metrical Unit in, 41, 418.
Classification of English Verse, Smallest Basic Unit in, 42, Proc. III, 68.
Natural Classification of English Poetry, 41, 410.
New Zealand Bird-song, 41, 422; 43, 656; 45, 387; 47, 593; 49, 519; Kapiti Island, 50, 282.
Verse, The Classification of, 42, 481.
Verse-unit, The, 43, 606.

Anderson, J. G.

Electrical Deposition of Nickel in the Presence of Nitrate, Study of, 49, 501.

Anderson, J. G., and Wild, L. J.

Absorption of Lime by Soils: An Investigation of the Hutchinson-MacLennan Method of determining the Lime Requirements of Soils, 49, 466.

Annandale, N.

Description of an Undescribed Barnacle of the Genus Scalpellum from N.Z., 43, 164.

Archey, G.

Craterostigmus tasmanianus Pocock (Chilopoda), The Occurrence in N.Z. of, 49, 319.
Crayfish, Fresh-water, in N.Z., 47, 295.
Crayfish, Marine, in N.Z., 48, 396.
Daphnia new to N.Z., Species of, 46, 124.
Hydra found in N.Z., Notes on Species of, 44, Proc. I, 25.
Lithobiomorpha of N.Z., 49, 303.
Myriapoda of the Genus Scutigerella, Order Symphyla, Occurrence in N.Z. of, 47, 293.

Aston, B. C.

Alkaloids of the Pukatea, 42, Proc. II, 56; 43, Proc. II, 51.
Botanical Notes on a Journey across Tararuas, '42, 13.
Bush Sickness, The Chemistry of, 44, 288.
Flora of Ruahine Mountain-chain, with List of Plants, 46, 40.
Imported Animals, Effects of, on Indigenous Vegetation, 44, Proc. I, 19.
Phanerogamic Plants Indigenous to Wellington Province, List of, 43, 225.
Plant-habitats hitherto unrecorded for N.Z., 42, 26; 46, 55; 47, 67.
Raised Beaches of Cape Turakirae, 44, 208.
Vegetation of Tarawera Mountains, 48, 304.


B.

Balfour, J. B.

Pratia angulata Hook f. and Lobelia linnaeoides Petrie, 43, Proc. II, 54.

Ball, C. F.

Olearias in Ireland, 44, Proc. I, 33.

Bartrum, J. A.

Concretions in Recent Sediments of Auckland Harbour, 49, 425.
Distribution of Igneous Rocks in N.Z., Additional Facts concerning the, 49, 418.
Fossiliferous Bed at Kawa Creek, West Coast, South of Waikato River, 51, 101.
Geological History of Westport-Charleston High-level Terraces, 46, 255.
High-water Rock Platforms: A Phase of Shore-line Erosion, 48, 132.
Intrusive Igneous Rocks from Westport District, Some, 46, 262.
New Fossil Mollusca, 51, 96.
Rocks of Mount Cargill, Dunedin, 44, 163.

Bathgate, A.

Presidential Address, 1911, 44, Proc. I, 12.

Bavay, M.

Pecten multisquamatus Dunker, and Pecten radiatus Hutton, 43, Proc. II, 56.

Beccari, O.

On a New South Polynesian Palm, with Notes on the Genus Rhopalostylis Wendl. & Drude, 49, 47.

Bell, J. M.

Physiography of Wellington Harbour, 42, 534.

Bell, J. M., and Clarke, E. de C.

Geological Reconnaissance of Northernmost N.Z., 42, 613.

Bell, N. M.

Velocity of Evolution of Oxygen from Bleaching-powder Solutions in Presence of Cobalt Nitrate, and the Modifications produced by the Addition of various Compounds, 43, 28.

Bendall, W. E., and Kirk, H. B.

Report on Kapiti Island, 51, 468.

Benham, W. B.

Bifurcation in Lumbricus rubellus, A Remarkable Case of, 47, 185.
Earthworms from Stephen Island and D'Urville Island, 51, 35.
Footprints of the Moa, Notes on, 45, 211.
Hydra new to N.Z., Species of, 42, Proc. IV, 128.
Lumbricillus macquariensis Benham, 47, 189.
Moa-remains on Stewart Island, Discovery of, 42, 354.
Nomenclature of Birds of N.Z., 46, 188.
Oligochaeta from Kermadec Islands, 47, 174.
Polychaeta, N.Z., Notes on some, 47, 161; 48, 386.
Polychaetous Annelids from Kermadec Islands, 47, 170.
Presidental Address, 1917, 49, 543; 1918, 50, 338.
Stellerids and Echinids from Kermadec Islands, 43, 140.
Sundry Invertebrates from Kermadec Islands, Report on, 44, 135.
Two Unusual Blood-vessels in Hyla aurea, Occurrence of, 51, 30.

Benham, W. B., and Cameron, G. M.

Nephridia of Perieodrilus ricardi and P. montanus, 45, 191.

Berry, S. S.

Cephalopoda from Kermadec Islands, 46, 134.

Best, E.

Maori and Maruiwi: Notes on the Original Inhabitants of N.Z. and their Culture; on the Question of how that Culture affected Later-coming Maori; and on the Existence in these Isles of Customs, Arts, and Artifacts not traceable to Polynesia, 48, 435.
Maori Forest Lore: Part II, 41, 231; Part III, 42, 433.
Maori Voyagers and their Vessels: How the Maori explored the Pacific and laid down the Sea Roads for all Time, 48, 447.

Betts, M. W.

Autecology of certain Plants of the Peridotite Belt, Nelson: Part I, Structure of some of the Plants, No. 1, 50, 230; No. 2, 51, 136.

Bird, J. W.

Observations on the Lianes of the Ancient Forest of Canterbury Plain, 48, 315.

Birks, L., and Webb, E.

Investigations into the Resistance of Earth Connections, 48, 464.

Bitter, G.

Die Gattung Acaena, 44, Proc. II, 57.

Briffault, R.

Presidential Address, 1911, 43, Proc. I, 14.

Brittin, G.

Coccidae in Canterbury Museum, Notes on some, with a Description of a New Species, 48, 423.
Coccidae, New, 47, 149, 156.

Broadgate, F. K.

The "Red Rocks" and Associated Beds of Wellington Peninsula, 48, 76.

Broun, T.

Coleoptera, Descriptons of New Genera and Species of, 44, 379; 45, 97.
Coleoptera from Chatham Islands, 41, 145; 42, 306; 43, 92.
Coleoptera of Kermadec Islands, 42, 291.
Cossonidae, N.Z., Revision of, with Descriptions of New Genera and Species, 41, 151.

Brown, J. M.

Migrations of the Polynesians according to the Evidence of their Language, 44, 189.

Bryant, J. T.

Ground-temperature at Owaka, Notes on, 42, Proc. II, 59.

Buckman, S. S.

Terminology for Beak and Foraminal Development in Brachiopoda, 51, 450.
Terminology for Foraminal Development in Terebratuloids (Brachiopoda), 48, 130.

Buddle, R.

Maori Rock-engravings in Kaipara District, 43, 596.

Burbidge, P. W., and Laby, T. H.

Nature of Gamma Rays, 44, Proc. I, 30.

Burlinghame, L. L.

Staminate Cone and Male Gametophyte of Podocarpus, 42, Proc. Ill, 88.

Burrell, A. W.

To what Extent is Earth-rotation the Cause of Ocean Currents? 51, 264.


C.

Cameron, G. M.

The Minute Structure of the Nephridium of the Earthworm Maoridrilus rosae Beddard, 45, 172.

Cameron, G. M., and Benham, W. B.

Nephridia of Perieodrilus ricardi and P. montanus, 45, 191.

Carse, H.

Ferns and Fern Allies of Mangonui County, with some Notes on Abnormal Forms, 47, 76.
Flora of Mangonui County, 43, 194; 45, 276; 48, 237.
Hypolepis, A New Species of, 50, 64.
Parsonsia rapsularis' R. Br., Notes on, 49, 45.
Pteris macilenta, New Variety of, 51, 95.

Chambers, J. M.

N.Z. Ironsands: Historical Account of an Attempt to smelt Ironsands at Onehunga in 1883, 50, 223.

Cheeseman, T. F.

Aciphylla, with Description of New Species, Notes on, 47, 39.
Burmanniaceae, a Family new to N.Z. Flora, Discovery of a Species of, 41, 140.
Celmisia, Description of a New, 46, 21.
Flora of N.Z., Contributions to a Fuller Knowledge of, 42, 200; 43, 178; 46, 1; 51, 85.
Flora of N.Z., Recent Additions to, 42, 216; 51, 92.
Helichrysum fasciculatum Buchanan, Notes on 44, Proc. 1, 24.
Kauri, Age and Growth of, 46, 9.
Leucopogon Richei on Mainland of N.Z., 42, 214.
Pittosporum Dallii, Notes on, 46, 19.
Plants, A New Genus and some New Species of, 44, 159.
Plants, New Species of, 43, 175; 45, 93; 48, 210.
Plants, New Species of Flowering, 47, 45.
Presidential Address, 1912, 44, Proc. III, 75; 1913, 45, 420.

Chilton, C.

Amphipoda of N.Z., Fresh-water, 41, 53.
Amiphipodan Genera Bircenna, &c., Note on, 41, 59.
Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from: No. 1, Introduction and General Description of Station, 47, 331.
Ceina, An Aberrant Genus of the Amphipodan Family Talitridae, 51, 118.
Crab, A Fresh-water, and its Distribution in Australia and N.Z., 47, 316.
Crustacea, Miscellaneous Notes on N.Z., 44, 128.
Crustacea of Kermadec Islands, 43, 544.
Dispersal of Marine Crustacea by Means of Ships, 43, 131.

Elasmopus, N.Z. Species of the Amphipodan Genus, 47, 320.
Gammaridae, Some Australian and N.Z., 48, 359.
Isopoda, Additions to N.Z. Terrestrial, 42, 286.
Isopod inhabiting Ants' Nests in N.Z., On an, 42, 190.
Orchestia, New Species of, 48, 354.
Presidential Address, 1914, 46, 363; 1915, 47, 626.
Sand-hoppers belonging to Genus Talorchestia, N.Z., 49, 292.
Stomatopoda, Revision of N.Z., 43, 134.

Christ, H.

Die Geographie der Farne, 44, Proc. II, 56.

Chrysler, M. A., and Jeffrey, E. C.

Microgametophyte of the Podocarpineae, 42, Proc. III, 88.

Clark, H. L.

Australian and Indo-Pacific Echinoderms, Notes on, 42, Proc. II, 61.

Clarke, E. de C., and Bell, J. M.

Geological Reconnaissance of Northernmost N.Z., 42, 613.

Cockayne, A. H.

Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from: No. 3, Some Economic Considerations concerning Montane Tussock Grassland, 48, 154.

Cockayne, L.

Aerial Rhizomes of Cordyline australis, 41, 405.
Cotula from Chatham Islands, Undescribed Species of, 47, 119.
Evolution, Observations concerning, derived from Ecological Studies in N.Z., 44, 1.
Floristic Botany, Notes on N.Z., with Descriptions of New Species, 48, 193; 49, 56; 50, 161.
Lichenes and Bryophytes collected in Stewart Island, 42, 320.
Mount Egmont, Flora of: a Correction, 43, Proc. II, 49.
Peopling by Plants of the Subalpine River-bed of the Rakaia, On the, 44, Proc. II, 59.
Plant-habitats, Some Hitherto-unrecorded, 41, 399; 42, 311; 43, 169; 44, 51; 45, 251; 46, 60; 48, 203.
Plants: Descriptions of some N.Z. Species, 44, Proc. II, 50.
Plants, Flowering, Some New Species of N.Z., 47, 111.
Plants from the Solanders, 41, 404.
Presidential Address, 1919, 51, 485.
Rubus, Non-flowering Species of, 42, 325.
Terms "Species" and "Variety" as used in Botany, 49, 66.

Cockayne, L., and Foweraker, C. E.

Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from: No. 4, Principal Plant Associations in the Immediate Vicinity of the Station, 48, 166.

Cockayne, L.; Speight, R.; and Laing, R. M.

The Mount Arrowsmith District: A Study in Plant Ecology and Physiography, 43, 315.

Cooke, F. W.

Salicornia australis, Observations on, 44, 349.

Cotton, C. A.

Block Mountains and a "Fossil" Denudation Plain in Northern Nelson, 48, 59.
Fossil Plains of North Otago, 49, 429.
Geomorphology of Coastal District of Southwestern Wellington, 50, 212.
Rough Ridge, Otago, and its Splintered Fault-scarp, 51, 282.
Signal Hill, Dunedin, Geology of, 41, 111.
Tuamarina Valley: Note on the Quaternary History of Marlborough District, 45, 316.
Typical Section showing the Junction of the Amuri Limestone and Weka Pass Stone at Weka Pass, 44, Proc. III, 84.
Upllfted East Coast of Marlborough, Prehminary Notes on, 46, 286.
Wellington Physiography, Notes on, 44, 245; 46, 294.

Charles Andrew Cotton|Cotton, C. A.; Marshall, P.; and Speight, R.

Younger Rock-series of N.Z., 43, 378.

Cottrell, A. J.

Siphonaria obliquata, Anatomy of, 43, 682.
Siphonaria obliquata, Vascular System of, 44, 374.
Styela coerulea, On the Tunicate, 45, 168.

Cross, B. D.

Halophytes, Observations on some N.Z., 42, 545.
Phormium, Investigations on, 47, 61.

Cuff, J. C.

Cam-lever Balance, 42, 192.


D.

Davis, W. M.

Significant Features of Reef-bordered Coasts, 51, 6.

Dendy, A.

Geoplana aucklandica and Geoplana marrineri: A Correction in Nomenclature, 43, Proc. III. 100.

Denham, H. G.

Alkyl Iodides on Copper Oxide, Action of, 44, Proc. I, 29.

Devereux, H. B.

Cirrus Clouds, Direction of Motion of, 45, 18.
Waihi, Rainfall and Meteorology of, 42, 408.

Diels, L.

Ourisia modesta Diels, eine neue Art Neuseelands, 43, Proc. II, 56.
Pflanzengeographie, 43, Proc. II, 51.

Domin, K.

Monographie der Gattung Koeleria, 44, Proc. III, 95.

Donovan, W.

Titanium, Phosphorus, and Vanadium in Taranaki Ironsands, The Distribution of, 48, 503.

Donovan, W., and Maclaurin, J. S.

Estimation of Iron in Iron-ores, 41, 49.

Downes, T. W.

Eels and Eel-weirs (Tuna and Pa-tuna), 50, 296.
Ngati Kahu-ngunu Chief Nuku-Pewapewa, Life of, 45, 364.
Period of Extinction of the Moa, New Light on, 48, 426.
Rangitikei, Early History of, 42, 74.

Drummond, J.

Birds on Kapiti Island, 41, 30.
Methods of snaring Birds used by the Maoris, with Notes on a Bird known to Maoris as "Tiaka," 44, Proc. III, 87.

Dusén, P.

Die tertiare Flora der Seymour-Insel, 42, Proc. II, 83.


E.

Easterfield, T. H.

Studies on Chemistry of N.Z. Flora: IV, Chemistry of the Podocarpi, 43, 53.

Easterfield, T. H., and McDowell, J. C.

V, Chemistry of Podocarpus totara and P. spicatus, 48, 518.

Easterfield, T. H., and Taylor, C. M.

Interaction of Iron with Higher Fatty Acids, 44, 301.

Edgerley, K. V.

Prothallia of Three N.Z. Lycopods, 47, 94.

Eliott, M. A.

Evidences of the Condition of the Interior of the Earth, 43, Proc. III, 94.


F.

Farnie, W. C.

Structure of Amphibola crenata Martyn, 51, 69.

Farquhar, H.

Echinoderms, Two New, 45, 212.
Starfishes, N.Z., 41, 126.

Farquharson, R. A.

Platinum Gravels of Orepuki, 43, 448.

Farr, C. C., and Florance, D. C. H.

Influence of Ripples on the Gas Content of Artesian Waters of Christchurch, 42, 237.
Radio-activity of Artesian Water of Christchurch, and Effect on Fish-life, 42, 185.

Farr, C. C., and McLeod, D. B.

Further Experiments on the Influence of Artesian Water on the Hatching of Trout, 43, 55.

Farr, C. C., and Others.

Report on the Natural Features of Arthur's Pass Tunnel, 51, 422.

Farrow, F. D.

Depression of Freezing-point of Water by Carbon Dioxide in Solution, 43, 29.

Fathers, H. T. M.

Composition of Nitric Acid, Note on, 44, 299.

Finlayson, A. M.

Quartz Veins of Otago Goldfields, Geology of, 41, 64.
Reefton Gold Veins, Geology of, 41, 85.

Fitchett, F.

Physiological Action of Tutin, 41, 286.

Fletcher, H. J.

Comparatively Recent Changes in the Vegetation of Taupo District, 47, 70.
Edible Fish of Taupo-nui-a-Tia, 51, 259.

Florance, D. C. H., and Farr, C. C.

Influence of Ripples on the Gas Content of Artesian Waters of Christchurch, 42, 237.
Radio-activity of Artesian Water of Christchurch, and Effect on Fish-life, 42, 185.

Foweraker, C. E.

Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from; No. 5, Mat-plants, Cushion-plants, and Allied Forms of Cass River Bed, 49, 1.

Foweraker, C. E., and Cockayne, L.

Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station: No. 4, Principal Plant Associations in Immediate Vicinity of the College Station, 48, 166.

Ffx, C. E.

Oceanic Comparatives, 42, 1.

Frankland, F. W.

Obituary, 49, 544.

Fulton, Robert.

Pipiwharauroa, or Bronze Cuckoo, 42, 392.


G.

Gardeners' Chronicle, Editor.

Hybrid Veronicas, 44, Proc. I, 33.

Gatenby, G. B.

Nest, Life-history and Habits of Migas distinctus, a N.Z. Trap-door Spider, 44, 234.

Gepp, A. and E. S.

Marine Algae from the Kermadecs, 44, Proc. II, 55.

Ghigi, A.

New Zealand Ctenophores, 43, Proc. I, 27.

Gibbs, L. S.

Deforestation in N.Z., 43, Proc. II, 54.
Hepatics of N.Z., 44, Proc. II, 60.
Trees and Shrubs of N.Z., 43, Proc. II, 54.

Godby, M. H.

Preliminary Investigation of Age and Manner of Growth of Brown Trout in Canterbury as shown by a Microscopic Examination of their Scales, 51, 42.

Godman, F. C.

New Zealand Petrels, 42, Proc. II, 61; 43, Proc. I, 28.

Grant, J.

Dactylanthus Taylori, Discovery of, 43, Proc. III, 98.

Gudex, M. C.

Fossil Mollusca from Blue Cliffs, Canterbury, 46, 278.
Striated Stones from St. Bernard Saddle, Upper Waimakariri Valley, 41, 33.
Tertiary Beds in Pareora District, South Canterbury, 50, 244.

Gwynne-Vaughan, D. T., and Kidston, R.

Fossil Osmundaceae, 43, Proc. II, 52.


H.

Hall, H. M.

Studies in Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, 44, Proc. II, 55.

Hall, T. S.

Graptolites, Golden Ridge, 47, 411.
Graptolites, Occurrence of Lower Ordovician, in Western Otago, 47, 410.

Hamilton, A.

Armour presented to Titore by William IV in 1835, 42, 40.
Chrysalis of Australian Wood-boring Moth found in Wellington, 42, Proc. I, 15.
Deinacrida rugosa Buller, 45, 210.
Lepidoptera from Queenstown District collected by H. Hamilton, 41, 44.
Palaeontology, Present Position of N.Z., 42, 46.
Presidential Address, 1910, 42, Proc. IV, 99; 1911, 43, Proc. III, 74; 1910 (Wellington Phil. Soc), 43. Proc. I, 5.
Obituary, 46, v, 355, 363; 50, 333.

Hamilton, H.

Entomological Collecting Tours during Seasons 1908–9 and 1909–10, 43, 115.
Trachipterus: Notes on the Occurrence of the Genus in N.Z., 48, 370.

Handel-Mazetti, H. F. von

Monographie der Gattung Taraxacum, 44, Proc. III, 95.

Hare, E. J.

Perlidae, Neuroptera-Planipennia, and Trichoptera of N.Z., Some Additions to, 42, 29.

Harrison, L., and Johnston, T. H.

Mallophaga from the Kermadecs. Collection of, 44, 363.

Henderson, J.

Coalfields of West Nelson, with Notes on Formation of Coal, 43, 297.
Genesis of the Surface Forms and Present Drainage-systems of West Nelson, 43, 306.

Henslow, G.

Remarkable Instances of Plant-dispersion, 44, Proc. I, 33.

Herriott, E. M.

Fresh-water Crustacean Lepidurus viridis Baird, The Occurrence and Habits of, 49, 284.
Hagley Park, Christchurch, A History of, with Special Reference to its Botany, 51, 427.

Hetherington, J. R.

Records of Borings at Horotiu, 47, 613.

Hilgendorf, F. W.

Calyptoblast Hydroids from Kermadec Islands, 43, 540.
Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from: No. 6. Insect-life, 50, 135.
Fluctuations in the Level of Water in some Artesian Wells in Christchurch Area, 44, 142; 49, 491.
Kermadec Island Fleas, 49, 428.

Hilgendorf, F. W., and Others.

Report on Natural Features of Arthur's Pass Tunnel, 51, 422.

Hill, H.

Dactylanthus Taylori, 41, 437.
Moa: Legendary, Historical, and Geological, 46, 330.
Napier to Runanga, and Taupo Plateau, 43, 288.
Presidential Address, 1911, 44, Proc. I, 18.
Rotomahana and District revisited Twenty-three Years after Eruption, 43, 278.
Wairarapa, The Great: A Lost River, 41, 429.

Hoffman, E. J.

Fructification of Macrocystis, 44, Proc. II, 55.

Hogben, G.

Earthquake Origins in South-west Pacific in 1910, 44, 139.
Earthquakes, A Note on East Coast, 1914–17, 50, 280.
Earthquakes, N.Z., Notes on some Recent, 46, 301.
Night Marching by Stars, 49, 513.
Preferential Voting in Single-member Constituencies, 46, 304.

Hogben, G., and Skey, H. F.

Milne Seismographs, Records of, 1906–1911, 44, 441.

Hogg, E. G.

Centroidal Triangles, On, 43, 669.
Conic-loci of Isogonal Conjugates, On certain, 41, 38.
Harmonic Conic of Two Given Conics, On the 41, 34.
Inscribed Parabola, 48, 490.
Orthogonal Circles, 47, 584.
Steiner's Envelope, 45, 344.
Theorems relating to Sub-polar Triangles, Some, 42, 327.
Tripolar Relations, On certain, 45, 346; 46, 319; 50, 317.

Hogg, E. G., and Others.

Report on Natural Features of Arthur's Pass Tunnel, 51, 422.

Hogg, H. R.

Arachnidae, New Zealand and Tasmanian, 42, 273.

Holloway, J. E.

Lycopodium, Comparative Anatomy of Six N.Z. Species of, 42, 356.
Lycopodium laterale R. Br. Prodr., Preliminary Notes on the Protocorm of, 47, 73.
Lycopodium: Studies in N.Z. Species of Genus, 48, 253.
Lycopodium: Studies in N.Z. Species of Genus—Plasticity of Species, 51, 161.
Lycopodium: Studies in N.Z. Species of Genus—Vegetable Reproduction, 49, 80.
Tmesipteris, Prothallus and Young Plant of, 50, 1.

Holmes, R. W.

Artesian Trial Bore, Westshore, Napier, Notes on, 49, 509.

Hongi, Hare.

Maori Numeration, 42, 625.

Hooker, J. D.

Obituary, 44, iii, Proc. II, 75.

Howes, W. G.

Entomology of Stewart Island, Notes on, 46, 98.
Lepidoptera, New, 43, 127; 46, 95; 49, 274.
Lepidoptera, New Species of, with Notes on Larvae and Pupae of some N.Z. Butterflies, 44, 203.
Moths, Life-history of some N.Z., 46, 97.
Vegetable Caterpillar, Notes on, 43, Proc. III, 100.

Hudson, G. V.

Entomology of Ohakune and Waiouru Districts, Notes on, 45, 57.
Flightless Females in certain Species of Moths, with an Attempted Explanation, Notes on, 45, 52.
Perla (Stone-fly) in N.Z., Description of New Species of, 45, 51.
Tipula heterogama, a New Species of Cranefly in N.Z., 45, 68.


I.

Iredale, T.

Bird-life on the Kermadec Islands, 43, Proc. II, 56.
Kermadec Islands Avifauna, Concerning the, 45, 78.
Land Molluscan Faunas of the Kermadec Group and Norfolk Islands, Comparison of, 47, 498.
Marine Mollusca from Kermadec Islands, and on the "Sinusigera Apex," 43, Proc. II, 57.
Suter's Manual of the N.Z. Mollusca, Commentary on, 47, 417.

Ironside, A. F.

Anatomical Structure of N.Z. Piperaceae, 44, 339.


J.

Jeffrey, E. C., and Chrysler, M. A.

Microgametophyte of the Podocarpineae, 42, Proc. III, 88.

Jenkinson, S. H.

Manufacture of Iron and Steel in N.Z., 48, 508.

Jennings, L. S.

Cirripedia of N.Z., Revision of, 50, 56.
Pedunculate Cirripedia of N.Z. and Neighbouring Islands, 47, 285.
Obituary, 49, vii.

Johnston, T. H., and Harrison, L.

On a Collection of Mallophaga from Kermadec Islands, 44, 303.


K.

Kidston, R., and Gywnne-Vaughan, D. T.

Fossil Osmundaceae, 43, Proc. II, 52.

King, T.

Obituary, 49, vii.

Kirk, H. B.

Ascidioclava, A New Species of Gymnoblastic Hydroids, 47, 146.
Circulatory System of Heptatrema cirrata Forster, Features of, 44, 241.
Gonoducts of Porcupine-fish (Dicotylichthys jaculiferus Cuvier), 48, 384.
Mosquito Larvicides, 50, 193.
Sponges collected at Kermadec Islands by Mr. W. R. B. Oliver, 43, 574.
The Much-abbreviated Development of a Sand-star (Ophionercis schayeri?): Preliminary Note, 48, 383.

Kirk, H. B., and Bendall, W. E.

Report on Kapiti Island, 51, 468.

Kirkaldy, G. W.

Hemiptera of the Maorian Subregion, 41, 22.
New Zealand Insect Fauna, with some New Names, Summaries of Papers relating to, 42, Proc. IV, 129.

Kükenthal, G.

Cyperaceae-Caricoideae, 42, Proc. IV, 122.


L.

Laby, T. H., and Burbidge, P. W.

Gamma Rays, The Nature of, 44, Proc. I, 30.

Laing, R. M.

Botany of Spenser Mountains, with List of Species collected, 44, 60.
Norfolk Island Flora, with some Notes on the Species, Revised List of, 47, 1.
Physiographic Features of Norfolk Island, Notes on Chief, 45, 323.
Presidential Address, 1911, 44, Proc. I, 16.
Pteris, Norfolk Island Species of, 48, 229. Ranunculus crithmifolius Hook, f., Rediscovery of, 43, 192.
Supalpine Element in Flora of Banks Peninsula, 46, 56.
Vegetation of Banks Peninsula, with List of Species (Flowering-plants and Ferns), 51, 355.

Laing, R. M.; Cockayne, L.; and Speight, R.

Mount Arrowsmith District: A Study in Physiography and Plant Ecology, 43, 315.

Lamb, C. G.

Blepharocerids from N.Z., Two, 45, 70.

Lancaster, T. L.

Fungi of N.Z. Epiphytic Orchids, Preliminary Note on, 43, 186.

Longstaff, G. B.

Nomenclature of the Lepidoptera of N.Z., 44, 108.


M.

McCulloch, A. R.

New Discoglossoid Frog from N.Z., 51, 447.

McDowell, J. C., and Easterfield, T. H.

Studies on Chemistry of N.Z. Flora: V, Chemistry of Podocarpus totara and P. spicatus, 48, 518.

McKay, A.

Obituary, 50, vii.

Maclaurin, J. S.

Pentathionic Acid in Natural Waters, First Noted Occurrence of, 43, 9.

Maclaurin, J. S., and Donovan, W.

Estimating Iron in Iron-ores, Rapid Method of, 41, 49.

Macleod, D. B.

Rate of Oxidation of Acetaldehyde to Acetic Acid, 43, 33.

Macleod, D. B., and Farr, C. C.

Further Experiments on the Influence of Artesian Wells on the Hatching of Trout, 43, 55.

Malcolm, J.

Composition of some N.Z. Foodstuffs, 44, 265.
Toxicity of the Tutu Fruit and Seed, 51, 1.
Tutin and Tutu Poisoning, Experiments on, 46, 248.

Marriner, G. R.

Mokoia Aerolite, 42, 176.

Marshall, C. R.

Pharmacological Action of Tutu, the Toot-plant of New Zealand, 43, Proc. I, 27.

Marshall, P.

Cainozoic Fossils from Oamaru, 47, 377.
Cape Runaway District, Geology of, 46, 283.
Central Kaipara, Geology of, 49, 433.
Cephalopods, N.Z. Fossil, 41, 143.
Contact Rocks from West Nelson, 41, 101.
Crater of Ngauruhoe, 41, 102.
Cretaceous and Tertiary Rocks, Relation between, 48, 100.
Fauna of the Hampden Beds, and Classification of Oamaru System, 51, 226.
Gastropods, Some New Fossil, 48, 120.
Glaciation of N.Z, 42, 334.

Hampden (Onekakara) Beds, Fossils and Age of, 49, 463.
Handbuch der Regionalen Geologie: New Zealand and Adjacent Islands, 44, Proc. II, 60.
Mangaia, Geology of, 42, 333.
Minerals, N.Z., Additions to List of, 41, 105.
Moa-bones in Wanganui Strata, Occurrence of Fossil, 51, 250.
Moorea and Rurutu Islands, Notes on Geology of, 46, 281.
Nephelinite Pvocks in N.Z., 44, 304.
Rarotonga and Aitutaki, Geology of, 41, 98.
Rate of Erosion of the Hooker and Mueller Glaciers, 45, 342.
Tahiti, Geology of, 47, 361.
Target Gully, near Oamaru, Additional Fossils from, 49, 461.
Tertiary Molluscan Fauna of Pakaurangi Point, Kaipara Harbour, 50, 263.
Tubuai Islands and Pitcairn Island, Geology of, 50, 278.
Volcanic Eruptions on Ambrym Island, Recent, 47, 387.
Wangaloa Beds, The, 49, 450.
Younger Limestones of N.Z., The, 48, 87.

Marshall, P., and Murdoch, R.

New Fossil Species of Mollusca, 51, 253.

Marshall, P.; Speight, R.; and Cotton, C. A.

Younger Rock-series of N.Z., 43, 378.

Marshall, P., and Uttley, G. H.

Localities for Fossils at Oamaru, 45, 297; 46, 279.

Matthews, R. H.

Reminiscences of Maori Life Fifty Years Ago, 43, 598.

Mestayer, M. K.

Astraea heliotropium Martyn, Younger Stages of, 50, 191.
Mollusca from Dredgings taken off the Northern Coast of N.Z., 48, 122.
Mollusca from various Dredgings taken off the Coast of N.Z., the Snare Islands, and Bounty Islands, 51, 130.

Mestayer, R. L.

Foraminifera dredged from 15′ South of the Big King at 98 Fathoms Depth, 48, 128.

Meyrick, E.

Caradrinina, Revision of the Classification of, 44, 88.
Lepidoptera from Kermadec Islands, 42, 67.
Lepidoptera, Notes and Descriptions of N.Z., 41, 5; 42, 63; 43, 58; 44, 117; 45, 22; 46, 101; 47, 201; 48, 414; 49, 245; 50, 132; 51, 349.
Notodontina, Revision of N,Z., 49, 248.
Pyralidina, Revision of N.Z., 45, 30.
Tineina, Revision of N.Z., 47, 205.
Tortrieina, Revision of Classification of N.Z., 43, 78.

Miller, D.

Blepharoceridae (Diptera) of N.Z. (in Part a Translation of the Work of Professor Mario Bezzi), 49, 530.
Diptera, Bionomic Observations on N.Z., '42, 226.
Diptera Fauna of N.Z., Contributions to, 49, 172.
Diptera of Kermadec Islands, 46, 125.
Empididae (Order Diptera), New Species of N.Z., 45, 198.
Empis, New Species of, 42, 235.
Macquartia (Order Diptera), New Species of, 45, 206.
Syrphidae, New Species of, 43, 125.

Miller, D., and Watt, M. N.

Contributions to the Study of N.Z. Entomology from an Economical and Biological Standpoint: No. 4, Phorocera nefaria Hutt.; No. 5, Psychoda conspicillata Hudson; No. 6, Syrphus ropalus Walk.; No, 7, Phytomyza albiceps Mg. (Diptera), 47, 274.

Morgan, P. G.

Igneous Rocks of the Waihi Goldfields, 43, 258.
Physical and Chemical State and Probable Role of Water in Rock-magmas, 45, 398.
Southern Alps, Note on Structure of, 43, 275.
Unconformities from Late Cretaceous to Early Miocene in N.Z., Record of, 48, 1.
Unconformities in Stratified Rocks of West Coast of South Island, 46, 270.

Morris, C, B.

Rotatoria, Classified List of N.Z., 46, 213.
Rotifera not previously recorded as occurring in N.Z., 45, 163.

Murdoch, R., and Marshall, P.

New Fossil Species of Mollusca, 51, 253.


N.

Neil, W. T.

Deflection of Plumb-line from Vertical due to Spheroidal Form of the Figure of the Earth, 47, 578.
Methods of Observing to eliminate the Periodic Errors affecting the Readings of Graduated Circles in Astronomical and Surveying Instruments, 46, 309.

Nelson, P. S.

Influence of Pressure on Solubility of Tricalcic Phosphate in Carbonic-acid Solutions, 47, 573.

Newman, A. K.

A Rare Maori Implement—Ahao, 41, 216.


O.

Oliver, W. R. B.

Geographic Relations of the Birds of Lord Howe, Norfolk, and Kermadec Islands, 44, 214.
Kermadec Islands, Birds of, Further Notes on, 45, 92.
Kermadec Islands, Geology of, 43, 524.
Kermadec Islands: Lichens and Fungi collected in 1908, List of, 44, 86.
Kermadec Islands, Mollusca of, 47, 509.
Kermadec Islands, Reptiles and Mammals of, 43, 535.
Kermadec Islands, Vegetation of, 42, 118.
Lord Howe Island, Vegetation and Flora of, 49, 94.


P.

Page, S.

Apparent Relation between Physical Properties of Solids, 42, 267.
Relation between Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Leaf-development, 42, 270.

Page, S., and Others.

Report on Natural Features of Arthur's Pass Tunnel, 51, 422.

Park, J.

Age of the Alpine Chain of Western Otago, 50, 160.
Coral from Lower Oamaruian Tuffs near Deborah, New Species of, 49, 396.
Glacial Till in Hautapu Valley, Wellington, 42, 575.
Glaciation of North Island, N.Z., 42, 580.
Glaciation on the Shores of Cook Strait and Golden Bay, 42, 585.
Great Ice Age of N.Z., The, 42, 589.
Marlborough Coastal Moraines and Waiau Glacial Valley, 43, 520.
Occurrence of Thin Bands of Marble at South Peak, near Hampden, Otago, 51, 41.
Rate of Erosion of Hooker and Mueller Glaciers, 49, 395.
Relationship of the Upper Cretaceous and Lower Cainozoic Formations in N.Z., 49, 392.
Striated Erratic Blocks of Andesite in the Rangitikei Valley, Occurrence of, 48, 135.

Parry, E.

Resistance to Flow of Fluids through Pipes, 48, 481.
Resistance to Flow of Water through Pipes, 50, 45.

Pegg, E. J.

Ecological Study of N.Z. Sand-dune Plants, 46, 150.

Petrie, D.

Calluna vulgaris, Naturalization of, 42, 199.
Danthonia nuda and Trioda Thomsoni, On, 44, 188.
Epilobium, A New Species of, 41, 140.
Flora of Subantarctic Islands of N.Z., Additions to, 47, 59.
Flora of Westport District, Additions to, 46, 30.
Flowering-plants, Descriptions of New Native, with Notes on Known Species, 49, 51; 50, 207; 51, 106.
Grass, Description of New Native, 42, 196.
Phanerogams, Description of New Native, 43, 254; 44, 179; 45, 265; 46, 32; 47, 48; 48, 186.
Poa antipoda Petrie on Herekopere Island, Occurrence of, 46, 39.
Poa breviglumis, On, 42, 197. Poa litorosa Cheeseman on Herekopere Island, Occurrence of, 45, 264.
Presidential Address, 1916, 48, 530.
Rhabdothamnus Solandri A. Cunn., Pollination of, 45, 264.

Philpott, A.

Birds of South-western Otago, Notes on, 46, 205; 51, 216.
Leidoptera, Descriptions of New Species, 44, 115; 45, 76; 46, 118; 47, 192; 48, 420; 49, 239; 50, 125; 51, 224.
Lepidoptera of Otago, A List of, 49, 195.
Moth, Description of New Species of, 42, 544.
Natural Selection and Isolation in reducing Wing-expanse of a Moth, Effects of, 45, 431.
Protective Mimicry in N.Z. Moths, 45, 431.

Piggott, E. M.

Nothopanax arboreum, with some Reference to the Development of the Gametophyte, Notes on, 47, 599.

Poppelwell, D. L.

Anas superciliosa Gmel., On a Pure-white Form of, 47, 145.
Botanical Excursion to Long Island, near Stewart Island, including List of Species, Notes on, 49, 167.
Botanical Excursion to Northern Portion of Eyre Mountains, 45, 288.
Botanical Results of an Excursion to the Upper Makarora Valley and the Haast Pass, supported by a List of Species observed, '49, 161.
Botanical Visit to Bunkers Island, Notes on, 50, 154.
Botanical Visit to Coll or Bench Island, Notes on, 50, 158.
Botanical Visit to Herekopere Island, Stewart Island, Notes on, 47, 142.
Botany of Routeburn Valley and Lake Harris Saddle, 46,' 22.
Botany of Ruggedy Mountains and Upper Freshwater Valley, Stewart Island, Notes on, 45, 278.
Plant Covering of Breaksea Island, Stewart Island, 48, 246.
Plant Covering of Codfish Island and Rugged Islands, '44, 76.

Plant Covering of Garvie Mountains, with List of Species, 47, 120.
Plant Covering of Pukeokaoka, Stewart Island, 48, 244.
Puffinus grisens, A Partially White Form of, 50, 144.

Poppelwell, D. L., and Thomson, W. A.

Botanical Visit to Hollyford Valley and Martin's Bay, with a List of Indigenous Plants, 50, 146.

Poynton, J. W.

In-breeding: Have its Evil Effects been exaggerated? 42, Proc. I, 17.

Prout, L. B.

Geometridae, Notes on Nomenclature of N.Z., 44, Proc. I, 52.
New Lepidoptera (Geometridae), 46, 122.


R.

Rands, H.

Action of Phosphorus on Solutions of Copper Sulphate and certain other Metallic Salts, 45, 350.

Reiche, K.

Grundzüge der Pflanzenverbreitung in Chile, 42, Proc. II, 64.

Rigg, T.

Montan Wax, 44, 270.

Robertson, G. H.

A Pigment in Oysters, 46, 247.


S.

Schlechter, R.

Die Gattung Townsonia Cheesem., 44, Proc. I, 32.

Scott, R. J.

Apparatus for the Determination of the Magnitude of Small Forces, especially Useful in connection with Hydraulic Experiments, 49, 496.
Arrangement for quieting the Flow of a Stream of Disturbed Water, 49, 498.

Segar, H. W.

Insanity: Comparative Statistics, 41, 221.
Trisection of an Angle, 41, 218.

Semadeni, C. A.

Concerning certain Ancient Maori Stone Implements found at Tauranga, 45, 385.

Skey, H. F.

Decimal Currency, Method of carrying out, 41, 16.

Skey, H. F., and Hogben, G.

Milne Seismographs, Records of, 1906–11 44, 441.

Skinner, H. D.

Ancient Maori Stone-quarry, 46, 324.
Maori Fish-hooks from Otago, 51, 267.
Poutini Ngai-Tahu, Customs and Traditions of, 43, Proc. I, 10.

Smith, A. A. D.

New Zealand Plants, 44, Proc. I, 33.
Olearia semidentata, Attempt to introduce, into the British Isles, 44, Proc. I, 32.

Smith, J. C.

Botany of Lake Hauroko District, 43, 248.
Phanerogamic Plants in Southland District, 46, 220.

Smith, L. H. L.

Some Constants of Mutton-bird Oil and Fat, 44, Proc. I, 32.

Smith, S. P.

D'Urville's Visit to Tologa Bay in 1827, 41, 130.
D'Urville's Visit to Whangarei, Waitemata, and the Thames in 1827, 42, 412.

Smith, W. W.

Moth-killing Spider, Notes on, 45, 69.
Rhipidura flabellifera, Nesting Habits of, 41, 1.
Saddleback of N.Z. (Creadion carunculatis), Notes on the, 43, 165.

Speight, R.

Ancient Buried Forest at Riccarton: its Bearing on the Mode of Formation of the Canterbury Plains, 49, 361.
Andesite of White Island, Note on, 46, 298.
Banks Peninsula, Geology of, 49, 365.
Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Notes from: No. 2, Physiography of the Cass District, 48, 145.
Christchurch Artesian Area, Prehminary Account of Geological Features of, 43, 420.
Fossils from Lower Waipara, Additions to List of, 46, 300.
Glaciated Surfaces and Boulder-clay near Bealey, 43, Proc. III, 98.
Gravels of North Canterbury, The Older, 51, 269.
Hornblende-andesite from Solander Islands, 41, 52.
Hurunui, Structural and Glacial Features of, 50, 93.
Intermontane Basins of Canterbury, 47, 336.
Lower Waipara Gorge, Preliminary Account of, 44, 221.
Orientation of the River-valleys of Canterbury, 48, 137.
Petroleum in N.Z., Occurrence of, 47, 355.
Post-glacial Climate of Canterbury, 43, 408.
Redcliff Gully, Rakaia River, 45, 335.
Rocks from Kermadecs, Petrological Notes on, 42, 241.
Rocks from Norfolk Island, On a Collection of, 45, 326.
Shingle-spit in Lake Coleridge, On a, 45, 331.

Stratigraphy of the Tertiary Beds of the Trelessick or Castle ffill Basin, 49, 321.
Terminal Face of Franz Josef Glacier, Recent Changes in the Position of, 47, 353.
Tertiary Outlier in Basin of Rakaia, An Unrecorded, 49, 356.
Trelissick or Castle Hill Basin, Further Notes on Geology of, 51, 157.
West Coast Sounds, Geology of, 42, 255.

Speight, R.; Cockayne, L.; and Laing, R. M.

The Mount Arrowsmith District: A Study in Physiography and Plant Ecology, 43, 315.

Speight, R.; Marshall, P.; and Cotton, C. A.

Younger Rock-series of N.Z., 43, 378.

Speight, R., and Wild, L. J.

Stratigraphical Relationsliip of the Weka Pass Stone and the Amuri Limestone, 50, 65.

Stead, E. F.

Bird-life in New Zealand, 42, Proc. III, 69.

Stewart, J.

Aeration of Auckland Lava-beds, 42, 284.
Obituary, 46, vii; 47, 626.

Stubbs, C. M.

Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions of Carbon Dioxide prepared under Pressure at various Temperatures, with Special Reference to the Formation of a Hydrate at Low Temperatures, 43, 11.

Stuckey, F. G. A.

Actinian, Bunodes aureoradiata, N.Z., 41, 367.
Actinians from Kermadec Islands, Descriptions of, 46, 132.
Actiniaria, N.Z., Review of, 41, 374.
Anemones from near Wellington, Two, 41, 370.

Stuckey, F. G. A., and Walton, C. L.

Sea-anemones, Note on a Collection of, 42, 541.

Suckling, L. A.

Leaf-anatomy of Trees and Shrubs on Port Hills, Christchurch, 46, 178.

Sunley, R. M.

Larvae of some N.Z. Lepidoptera, Notes on, 43, 129.

Suter, H.

Cerithiidae, Description of New Species of the Family, 51, 68.
Mollusca, New Species of Tertiary, 45, 294.
Mollusca, Two New Fossil, 43, 595.
Origin of a New Species by Isolation, Description of, 49, 279.
Recent Shells found Fossil in N.Z., 42, 8. Obituary, 51, ix.

Symes, L. P.

Fluctuation of Water-level in a Christchurch Artesian Well, 49, 493.


T.

Taylor, C. M., and Easterfield, T. H.

Interaction of Iron with the Higher Fatty Acids, 44, 301,

Thomson, G. M.

Botanical Evidence against Recent Glaciation of N.Z., 42, 348.
Otago Harbour and Adjacent Seas, Natural History of, 45, 225.

Thomson, J. A.

Brachiopod Genera: The Position of Shells with Magaselliform Loops, and of Shells with Bouchardiform Beak Characters, 47, 392.
Brachiopoda of N.Z., Additions to the Knowledge of Recent, 47, 404.
Brachiopoda of N.Z. and Australia, Additions to the Knowledge of Recent and Tertiary, 48, 41.
Diastrophic and other Considerations in Classification and Correlation, and the Existence of Minor Diastrophic Districts in the Notocene, 49, 397.
Fint-beds associated with the Amuri Limestone of Marlborough, 48, 48.
Hawera Series, or the So-called "Drift Formation" of Hawera, 49, 414.
Igneous Intrusions of Mount Tapuaenuka, Marlborough, 45, 308.
Middle Clarence and Ure Valley, Geology of, 51, 289.
Parapara, Bluff Hill, and Waikawa, Rocks from, 42, 33.
Stage Names apphcable to Divisions of the Tertiary in N.Z., 48, 28.
Waikouaiti Sandstone, Otago, On the Age of, 50, 196.

Thomson, R. B.

Osteology of Antarctic Seals, 42, Proc. IV, 128.

Thomson, W. A., and Poppelwell, D. L.

Botanical Visit to Hollyford Valley and Martin's Bay, with List of Indigenous Plants, 50, 146.

Tillyard, R. J.

Dragon-flies from Kermadec Islands, Notes on, 44, 126.

Traill, W.

Effects of Snowstorm of 6th September, 1916, on Vegetation of Stewart Island, 49, 518.

Turnbull, A. H.

Obituary, 51, vii.


U.

Uttley, G. H.

Kakanui, Geology of Neighbourhood of, 48, 19.
Oamaru-Papakaio District, Geology of, 50, 118.
Volcanic Rocks of Oamaru, With Special Reference to their Position in the Stratigraphical Series, 50, 106.

Uttley, G. H., and Marshall, P.

Localities for Fossils near Oamaru, 45, 297 46, 279.


V.

Vaughan, T. W.

Corals from Kermadec Islands, 49, 275.

Vaughan. See also Gwynne-Vaughan, D. T.


W.

Waite, E. R.

Fish Fauna of Kerinadec Islands, Additions to, 44, Proc. I, 28.
Fish Fauna of N.Z., Additions to, 43, Proc. I, 25; Proc. II. 49.
Fishes, Notes on N.Z., 42, 384; 44, 194; 45, 215; 46, 127.
Fishes of Kermadec and Norfolk Islands, and Comparison mth those of Lord Howe Island, 42, 370.

Wall, A.

Pronunciation of Scientific Terms, with Special Reference to the Terms of Botany, 51, 409.
Senecio saxifragoides Hook. f. and its Relation to Senecio lagopus Raoul, On Distribution of, 50, 198.

Walsh, Archdeacon.

Effects of the Disappearance of the N.Z. Bush, 43, 436.
Manuaute, or Maori Kite, 45, 375.

Walton, C. L., and Stuckey, F. G. A.

Notes on a Collection of Sea-anemones, 42, 541.

Watt, H. E.

Alkaloids of Senecio latifolius, 42, Proc. III, 89.

Watt, M. N.

Contributions to the Entomology of N.Z.: No. 8, Parectopa citharoda Meyr. (Order Lepidoptera), 48, 407.
Contributions to the Study of N.Z. Entomology from an Economical and Biological Standpoint: No. 1, Phisia chalcites Esp.; No. 2, Nyctemera annulata Boisd.; No. 3, Venusia verriculata Feld. (Lepidoptera), 47, 245.
Melanchra from Mount Egmont: Description of New Species, 48, 413.
Ova of some Lepidoptera of N.Z., 46, 65.

Watt, M. N., and Miller, D.

Contributions to the Study of N.Z. Entomology from an Economical and Biological Standpoint: No. 4, Phorocera nefaria Hutt.; No. 5, Psychoda conspicillata Hudson; No. 6, Syrphus ropalus Walk.; No. 7, Phytomyza albiceps Mg. (Diptera), 47, 274.

Webb, E., and Birks, L.

Investigation into the Resistance of Earth Connections, 48, 464.

Welch, W.

Waterloo of Waikato, fought in 1830, and its Effects on the After-enacted Land Laws of that Part of the North Island, 42, 114.

Westland, C. J.

Southern Variable Stars, 48, 500.

Wild, L. J.

Bluff, N.Z., Geology of, 44, 317.
Lime Requirements of certain Soils, Studies on, 48, 513.
Mechanical Composition of the So-called Loess at Timaru, 51, 286.
Soil Survey of N.Z., On the Proposal for, 49, 476.
Soils of the Wairau Plain, Marlborough, 47, 413.

Wild, L. J., and Anderson, J. G.

Absorption of Lime by Soils: Investigation of the Hutchinson-MacLennan Method of Determining Lime Requirements of Soils, 49, 466.

Wild, L. J., and Others.

Report on Natural Features of Arthur's Pass Tunnel, 51, 422.

Wild, L. J., and Speight, R.

Stratigraphical Relationship of Weka Pass Stone and the Amuri Limestone, 50, 65.

Williams, H. W.

Language of the Chatham Islands, Notes on, 51, 415.
Scientific Study of Maori Names, A Plea for, 45, 354.

Wilson, K.

Footprints of the Moa, 45, 211.

Worth, R. H.

Petrological Notes on Rock Specimens collected in South Victoria Land, 43, 482.

Wright, A. M.

Absorption of Moisture from the Atmosphere by Wools, 42, 218.
Chemical Composition of Meat-extract, 43, 1.
Chemistry of Flesh Foods, 45, 1; 47, 569.
Determination of Milk-fat, Notes on, 47, 572.
Formaldehyde Method for Estimation of Nitrogen in Organic Substances, 42, 224.
Nitrogenous Constituents of Meat-extracts, On certain Changes in the Composition of, 43, 7.
Technical Analysis of Sliped Wool, 41, 42.


Y.

Young, M. S.

Male Gametophyte of Dacrydimn, 42, Proc. II, 65.
Morphology of the Podocarpineae, 43, Proc. II, 53.



  1. Obituary notices have been noted under name of author deceased.