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PICKERING, WILLIAM HENRY. The moon.; a summary of ihe
existing knowledge <$f our satellite, with a complete photo-
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LOWELL, PERCIVAL. Mars and its canals: illust. 8vo. N.Y.,
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RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Recent changes in the sur-
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TEBBUTT., JOHN. Note on the opposition magnitudes .of Uranus
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WALLACE, ALFRED RUSSEL. Is Mars habitable? a critical ex-
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BRITISH museum (Natural history). Introduction to the study of
meteorites, with list of the meteorites in the collection ; by t>.
Fletcher. 8vo. Lond., 1906.
RUSSELL, HENRY CIIAMBERLAINE. Aurora Australia, pp. 8, 8vo.
Pam., v. 124, no. 2351.
Great meteor of May 7, 1895. pp. 13, 8-vo. Syd., 1895.
Pam., v. 123, no. 2321.
Meteor of June 27, 1894. pp. 3, 8vo. Syd., 1894.
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ULRICH, GEORGE HENRY FREDERICK. On a meteoric stone found
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CHAMBERS, GEORGE FREDERICK. The story of the comets, simply
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RUSSELL, HENR.Y CHAMBERLAINE. Comet Gale (b, 1894). p-p. 4,
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Comet Swift, March, 1892. -p-p. 4, 8vo. Lond., 1892.
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523.7. The Sun.
AUSTRALASIAN association for the advancement of science :
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the year 1904. pp. 97, 4:0. Edinb., 1906.
BONWICK, JAMES. Orion and Sinus. i2mo. Lond., 1888 .
RUSSELL, HENRY CIJAMBERLAENE. The coloured cluster about
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The nebula and stars about Eta Argus. pp. 6, 8vo. Syd.,
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New double stars, pp. 6, 8vo. Syd., i&Sj.
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Notes on some photographs recently taken at Sydney observa
tory Transit of Mercury, 1891, May 9. pp. 5, 8vo.
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Kl SSI 1. 1.. HENRY ( 'MAMBERLAINE continued.
Observations of double stars made at Sydney observatory, pp.
.?, Svo. Lond., 1893.
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Observations on the stars and nrlnila about Kta Argus, pp. 6,
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On some celestial photographs recently taken at Sydne\ observa-
tory On an electrical control for driving clocks. pp. 7,
plate, 8vo. Lond., 1890.
Pam., v. 123, no. 2316.
On some photographs of the Milky-way recently taken at Sydney
observatory, pp. 6, plate, Svo. Syd., 1890.
Pam., v. 123, no 2324.
On the increasing magnitude of Eta Argus, pp. 2, Svo. Syd.,
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Results of double star measures made at the Sydney observa-
tory, 1871 to 1881. pp. 68, Svo. Syd., 1882.
Results of double star measures made at Sydney observatory.
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Pam., v. 123, no. 2327.
Star cluster 3315 A second's contact-maker for astronomical
clocks, pp. 4, 2 plates. Svo. Lond., 1894.
Pain., v. 123, no. 2311.
523.9. Transits : Occuitations : Conjunctions.
RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Xote on the conjunction of
Mars and Saturn, July i, 1879. pp. 2, Svo. Syd.. 1879.
Pam., v. i .'.3, no. 2313 \.
Observations of the transit of Venus, 9 December, r874:
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524. Observations : Maps.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE : Royal observatory. Annals, v. p;
revision of the Cape photographic durcKmusterung : pt. t,
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Same: v. n, pt. i; Southern circumpolar researches; helio-
meter triangulation of the southern circumpolar area : by
S. S. Hough. 410., n.p.. n.d.
Catalogue of 1680 stars for the equinox 1900.0, from observa-
tions made during the years 1905-1906: introd. by S. S.
Hough, pp. 44, 410. Edinb.. 1907.
Catalogues of stars for the equinox 1900.0 from observations
made during the years 1900-1904. 410. Edinb.. 1906.
Results of meridian observations of stars in the years 1900 to
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ELLERY, ROBERI LEWIS JOHN. Astronomical observations made
at the Melbourne observatory in the years 1863-1884. 6 v.,
8vo. Melb., 1866-88.
Astronomical observations made at the Williamstown observatory
in the years 1861-63. 8vo. Melb., 1869.
First Melbourne general catalogue of 1227 stars for the epoch
1870. deduced from observations extending from 1863 to
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deg. and 35 deg. south declination for the equinox 1900.0,
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Meridian observations, vol. 4 : a catalogue of 2047 stars be-
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RICHARDSON, WILLIAM. Catalogue of 7385 stars, chiefly in the
southern hemisphere, prepared from observations made in the
years 1822-1826 at the observatory at Paramatta [sic]. New
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ROYAL observatory : -Edinburgh. Annals, v. 2 : New reduction
of Henderson's catalogue for the epoch 1840.0, by Jacob
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ROYAL observatory : Grcetnvich. Astrographical catalogue, 1900.0,
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Astronomical and magnetical and meteorological observations,
1902 to date. 4to. Edinb.
Observations of the planet Eros. 1900-1901, for determination
of the solar parallax. 4to Edinb., 1908.
Results of astronomical observations in the years 1904 to date.
RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Chart of circumpolar stars.
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Notes on the star chart; how to use it. pp. 7, 8vo. Syd., n.d.
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On a new method of printing star maps. pp. 2. 8vo. Syd.,
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TEBBUTT, JOHN. Report of Mr. Tebbutt's observatory, Windsor.
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284 GEODESY: SURVEYING.
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magnitude i to 5 bet\v<.n the Smith pole and declination
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. observations made in the course of a voyage towards the
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525. The Earth.
BLACK, FREDERICK A. Problems in time and space; a collection
of essays relating to the earth physically and astronomically,
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BEILBY, JAMES WOOD. Eureka; an elucidation of mysteries in
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HAYFORD. JOHN FILLMOEE. Geodesy ; the figure of the earth, and
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KNIBBS, GEORGE HANDLE Y. Prize essay on the nature and public
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MITCHELL, Sir THOMAS LIVINGSTONE, li cut. -col. Outlines of a
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-GREAT BRITAIN* : Admiralty. Nautical almanac and astro-
nomical ephemeris for the years 1906 to date, for the
meridian of ... Greenwich, 8vo. Edinb., 1902.
UNITED STATES : Navy department. American ephemeris
and nautical almanac, for the years 1907 to date. la. 8vo.
UROMBY, Rev. JOHN EDWARD. Time and its earliest records : a
lecture, pp. 20. Svo. Melb., 1873.
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WTLLETT, WILJJAM. The waste of daylight : with opinions of
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Does the weather move in cjcles? Sargasso Sea. Zodiacal light, the
Zodiacal band and the Gegenschein. The \vimk their causes and
characteristics. The dav and the place of its birth. Rotation of
the earth and other members of the solar system. The daily baro-
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MACLAURIN, COLIN. Account of Sir Isaac Newton's philo-
sophical discoveries : [ed.] -by P. Murdoch : appended,
Account of the life and writings jof the author. 410. Lond.,
^, LUCIEN. The new physics and its evolution: tr.
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SHENSTONE, WILLIAM ASHWELL. Tin- n \\ physics and
chemistry : a series of popular essays on physical and chemical
subjects. 8vo. Lond., 1906.
Contents. Matter, motion, and molecules. Some recent specula-
tions on the constitution of matter. Some recent theories of the
ether. Modern theories of light. Weighing n world. On weighing
atoms. Some aspects of the new chemistry. Mechanics of chemical
change. Radium. Radium and the interpretation of radio-active
changes. Carbon rind the shapes of atoms. Ferments ond fermenta-
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WHETHAM, WILLIAM CECIL DAMPIER. Recent development of
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530.7. Teaching of Physics.
CARPENTER. WILLIAM LANT. Science demonstration in elemen-
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LOVE, ERNEST FREDERICK JOHN. On the value of gravity at the
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RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Proposed method of recording
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532.5. Liquids in Motion.
CORNISH, VAUGHAN. Waves of the sea and other water waves r
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AERO club of America, ed. Navigating the air; a scientific st>it<
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time: illust. 8vo. N.Y., 1907.
HILDEBRANDT, A. Airships past and present; with chapters on
the use of balloons: tr. by W. H. Story: [illust.] 8vo.
LODGE, Sir OLIVER JOSEPH. The ether of space: [illust.]. 121110.
537.4. Atmospheric Electricity.
RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Notes about two photographs
of lightning taken at Sydney observatory, Deceml>er yth, 1892.
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PHYSICS : MINERALOGY.
CIVIL engineer. Magnetic observations ; are they as useful as neces-
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NEUMAYER, GEORG BALTHASAR VON. Results of the magnetic
survey of the colony of Victoria, executed during the years
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RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. On magnetic observations in
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539. Molecular Physics.
BOTTONE, SELIMO ROMEO. Radium and all about it. 8vo. Lond.,
BRAGG, WILLIAM HENRY. On the ionisation of various gases by
the particles of radium, pp. 15, 8vo. Adel., 1905.
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LODGE, Sir OLIVER JOSEPH. Modern views on matter : the
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MAKOWKR. WALTER. The radioactive substances ; their proper-
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(International scientific ser.)
SODDY, FREDERICK. The interpretation of radium : illust. 8vo.
(Progressive science ser.)
RENNIE. EDWARD HENRY. An apology for chemistry, pp. 14,
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AUSTRALIAN museum. Catalogue of the minerals and rocks in
the collection of the Australian museum : by G. Krefft. 8vo.
Descriptive catalogue, with notes, of the general collection of
minerals in the Australian museum: by A. F. Ratte. 8vo.
Bound with Australian museum. Catalogue of a collection of
fossils, class 560.
BLEASDALE, Rev. JOHN IGNATIUS. Introductory lecture delivered
at the School of mines, Ballaarat, on some aspects of
mineralogy, pp. 15, 8vo. Ballarat, 1874.
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BROWN, HENRY YORKE LYELL. Catalogue of South Australian
minerals, with the mines and other localities where found.
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MINERALOGY : GEOLOGY.
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Same: 2nd ed.. 4to. Syd.. 188-'.
In Wood, H. Mim-r.il products of New Sojiih YV.iU's, class 559.44,
sub-entry under N.S.W. : Geological survey.
Same: anotJier cd. la. 8vo. Lend.. 1888.
MURRAY, REGINALD AUGUSTUS FREDERICK. Descriptive catalogue
of rocks, minerals, and fossils, illustrative of the geology,
mineralogy, and mining resources of Victoria, pp. 56, 8vo.
Pam., v. 16, no. 323.^.
PETTERD, WILLIAM FREDERICK.. Notes on unrecorded and other
minerals occurring in Tasmania, pp. 16, 8vo. Hobart
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SMYTH, ROBERT BROUGH. Catalogue of minerals, rocks, and
fossils, which have been collected in the colony by die Mining
department. Melbourne, Victoria. 8vo. M-lb., 1866.
SPENCER, LEONARD JAMES. Marshite, rniersite, and iodyrite from
Broken Hill. New South Wales; crystallised stannrte from
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Pam., v. 170, no. 324.6.
Mineralogical notes on Western Australian tellurides; the non-
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TWELVETREES, WILLIAM HARPER, and PETTERD, W. F.
On some igneous rocks from the Hazlewood [Tas.] district.
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VICTORIA: Geological survey. Descriptive catalogue of the
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DARWIN. CHARLES ROBERT. Geological observations on South
America ; being, the third part of The geology of the voyage
of the Beagle: [maps.] 8vo. Lond., i8-p.
GEOLOGY : SEISMOLOGY. 289
Geological observations on the volcanic islands visited during
the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle; together with some brief
notices on the geology of Australia and the Cape of Good
Hope ; being the second part of The geology of the voyage of
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Bound with his Structure and distribution of coral reefs, c-ass
5.5 i -9&-
GEIKIE. JAMES. Fragments of earth lore; sketches and addresses,
geological and geographical: maps and illust. 8vo. Edinb.,
GEOLOGICAL society of Australasia. List of members ; also cata-
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550.7. Study and Teaching.
SMYTH. ROBERT BROUGH. Hints for the guidance of surveyors
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551. Physical and Dynamical Geology.
DARWIN. CHARLES ROBERT. Geological observations on the
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HUTTON, FREDERICK WOLLASTON, captain. Report on the Tara-
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of the earth's surface: [5 diagrams.], pp. 31, 8vo. [Syd.,
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SMITH, STEPHENSON PERCY. The eruption oi Tarawera ; a report
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290 GEOLOGICAL AGENTS : PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.
551.3. Erosion and Deposition.
McCOY, Sir FREDERICK. Geological action of ice, and nature of
the geological period, pp. 15, 8vo. [Melb., 1872.]
Pam., v. 101, no. 1852.
RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Icebergs in the Soutnern
Ocean. [No. i, map.] pp. 31, 8vo. [Syd.], 1895.
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TYNDALL, JOHN. Glaciers of the Alps ; being a narrativ,- of
excursions and ascents, an account of the origin and pheno-
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to which they are related : illust. 8vo. Lond, 1906.
Reprint : first published in 1860.
WHITE. C. DAVID. Carboniferous glaciation in the southern and
eastern hemispheres, with some notes on the glossopteris flora.
pp. 32, 8vo. Minneapolis, 1889
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551.31. Glacial Action.
AUSTRALASIAN association for the advancement of science,
Adelaide meeting, 1893. Report of the research committee
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in tertiary or post tertiary time: [plate], pp. 12, 8vo. Adel.,
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Pam., v. 35, no. 587.
JOHNSTON, ROBERT MACKENZIE. The glacier epoch of Aus-
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551.4. Surface Features of the Earth : Physical Geography.
BARTON, CHARLES HASTINGS. Outlines of Australian physio-
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FAVENC, ERNEST. The physical configuration of the Australian
continent: maps and diagrams, pp. 50, sm. 8vo. Syd..
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GREGORY, JOHN WALTER. Geography; structural, physical, and
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PALLAS, PETER SIMON. Observations sur la formation des mon-
tagnes et les changemens arrives a notre globe, pp. 93. 8\o.
St. Petersburg, 1782.
Bound with Forster, G. De plantis esculentis, chiss 58i.<)(>6.
ROBINSON, Sir WILLIAM CLEAVER FRANCIS. Physical geography
of the south-west of Western Australia, pp. 18, 8vo. Adel.,
Pam., v. 183, no. 3550.
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY : OCEANS. 291
RUSSELL. HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Physical geography and
climate of New South Wales : [diagrams and map], pp. 33,
8vo. Syd., 1884.
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Same: 2nd ed. : [3 maps], pp 35, 8vo. Syd., 1892.
Pam.. v. 25. no. 418.
Physical geography and climate, pp. 6, 8vo. Syd., 1896.
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STRZELECKI, Sir PAUL EDMUND DE, count. Physical descrip-
tion of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land : map
and diagrams. 8vo. Lond., 1845.
Gold and silver : supplement to [the above]. pp. 33, 8vo.
THOMSON, JAMES PARK. Physical geography of Australia. 2nd
ed., 8vo. Brisb., 1895.
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UNIVERSITY of Sydney. Physiography; synopsis of lectures,
1905-6. pp. 32, 8vo. Syd., 1905.
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