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account of the general results of the dredging cruises of
H.M.SS. Porcupine and Lightning during the summers of
1868, 1869, and 1870: maps and illust. 8vo. Lond., 1873.
VAN DYKE, JOHN CHARLES. The opal sea. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

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551.5. Meteorology.

ABBOTT, FRANCIS. Meteorological observations taken at the obser-
vatory, Hobart Town: from January, 1856, to June, 1860
inclusive. 4to. Hobart Town, 1859 [1860].
Results of meteorological observations for twenty years for
Hobart Town, made at the Royal observatory, Ross Bank,
from January, 1841, to December, 1854; and at the private
observatory from January, 1855, to December, 1860 inclusive.
4to. Hobart Town, 1861.

Results of meteorological observations for Hobart Town. 1841-
70. 4to. Hobart Town, 1861-72.

Results of twenty-five years' meteorological observations [1841-
1865] for Hobart Town : [appended] meteorological sum-
mary for Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, &c. pp.
46, 410. Hobart Town. 1866.

Bound with his Results of met. observ. for 20 years.

Results of five years' meteorological observations [1866-1870]
for Hobart Town. pp. 37. 4to. Hobart Town, 1872.

Bound with his Results of met. observ. for 20 years.

GREAT BRITAIN: Meteorological office. Meteorological charts
of the Southern ocean between the Cape of Good Hope and
New Zealand. 2nd ed., obi. 410. Lond., 1907.

KING, PHILIP PARKER, rear-admiral. Abstract from a meteoro-
logica' journal kept at Port Stephens, New South Wales,
during the years 1843-47. pp. 4. 8vo. Launceston, n.d.

Pam., v. lor, no. 1833.

Selections from a meteorological journal kept on board H.M.
ship Adventure during the survey of the southern coasts of
South America, pp. 42, 8vo. n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2840.

METEOROLOGICAL society of Australasia. History; rules and
regulations; list of members, pp. 17, 8vo. Adel., 1886.
Pam., v. ioi, no. 1837.

MOORE, WILLIS LUTHER. Descriptive meteorology: 45 charts and
81 illust. 8vo. N.Y., 1910.

MOSSMAN, ROBERT COCKBURN. ' Scottish national Antarctic ex-
pedition : meteorology: [illust.]. pp. 13, 8vo. Edinb.,

Pam., v. 124, no. 2340.

Some meteorological results of the Scottish national Antarctic
expedition : [plates]. pp. 22, 8vo. Edinb., 1906.
Pam., v. 124, no. 2341,

NEUMAYER, GEORG BALTHASAR VON. Results of the meteoro-
logical observations taken in the colony of Victoria during the
years 1859-62 ; and of the nautical observations collected and
discussed at the Flagstaff observatory. Melbourne, during the
years 1858-62 : [charts.]. 410. Melb. , 1864.

PEPPERCORNE, FREDERICK S. Australian meteorology and
hydrography. pp. 27, 8vo. Napier, 1879.
Pam., v. 147, no. 2837.

QUEENSLAND : Registrar-generals department. Meteorological
and mortality charts, 1887-91. fldg. Brisb., 1891.


Rl SSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Abstract of meteorological
observations made in New South Wales up to the end of 1869,
with remarks on the climate: [diagrams]. pp. 37, 8vo.
Syd., 1871.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2395.

Diagrams of barometer, thermometer, wind, and rain on the east
coast of Australia for forty -eight years, pp. 3, 8vo. Syd.,

Pam.,, v. 124, no. 2366.

Instructions for meteorological observations in the colony of
New South Wales: [diagrams]. pp. 12. 8vo. Syd., 1873.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2362.

Same: [new eel.] : Nos. i and 2. pp. 16, 9, 8vo. Syd.,

Pam., v. 124, nos. 2363-4.
The metograph : [diagram], pp. 3, 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2383.

Results of meteorological observations made in New South
Wales, 1870-73, 1890, and 1898-1902. 3 v., 8vo. Syd.,

SM ALLEY,, GEORGE R. Abstract of meteorological observations
made in New South Wales during the years 1865 and 1866.
pp. 4, 8vo. Svd., 1869.

Pam., v. 125, nc. 2387.

SMYTH, ROBERT BROUGH. Instructions for taking meteorological
observations. pp. 14, 8vo. Melb., n.d.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2338.

TEBBUTT, JOHN. Meteorological observations made at the private
observatory, the Peninsula, Windsor, New South Wales, in
the years 1863 to 1866. la. 8vo. Syd., 1868.

WRAGGE, CLEMENT LINDLEY. Meteorology of Tasmania : report.
pp. 16. 8vo. Launceston, 1896.

Pam., v. 81, no. 1473.

Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 101, no. 1836.

551.51. Winds: Air Currents.

HUNT, HENRY AMBROSE. Essay on southerly bursters : [diagrams
and plates], pp 48, 8vo. Syd., 1894.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2385.

KIDDLE, HUGH CHARLES. Small whirlwinds. pp. n, 8vo.
[Syd.] 1893.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2386

RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Moving anticyclones in the
southern hemisphere: [2 diagrams], pp. 8, 8vo., n.p. 1893.

Pam., v. 25, no. 439.

New self-registering anemometer and pluviometer for Sydney
observatory, pp. 4, 8vo. Syd., 1885.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2343.
Russell's anemometer, pp. 3, 8vo. [Syd.] n.d.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2344.

WILKES, CHARLES, captain, U.S.N. Theory of the winds ; [with]
map showing the extent and direction of the winds : [ap-
pended] sailing directions for a voyage round the world, la.
8vo. Phila., 1856.


551.52. Thermometry : Heat.

Kl'SSII.!.. HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Diagram of isothermal lir-
\<\v South Wales: [chart], leaflet, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2382.

Notes on some remarkable errors shown by therrnonn-t- is :
[diagram]. pp. 8, 8vo. Syd., 1876.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2374.

On a new self-recording thermometer : [diagram], pp. 3, 8vo.
Syd., 1888.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2350

551.54. Barometry.

RUSSELL. HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Note on a method of printing
barometer and other curves: [diagrams], leaflet, 8vo. Syd.,

Pam., v. 125, no. 2369.

Note upon a sliding scale for correcting barometer readings to
32 deg. Fahr., and mean sea level : [diagram], pp. 3. 8vo.
Syd., 1880.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2368.

Notes on some recent barometric disturbances. pp. 6. 8vo.-
Syd., 1877.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2373.

551.55. Storms.

FLAMMAKION, CAMILLE. Thunder and lightning: tr. by Walter

Mostyn : illust. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Cyclonic storm or tornado in
the Gwydir district. pp. 3, 8vo. [Syd.] 1891.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2392.
Dust storms in New South Wales, leaflet, 8vo. [Lond.] 1887.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2371.
Hail storms: [chart], pp. 4, 8vo. [Syd.] 1892.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2355.
Note on the recent rain storm, pp. 3, 8vo. Syd., 1889.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2396.

The storm of 2ist Septemter, 1888. pp. 3, 8vo. [Syd.] 1888.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2393.

Storms on the coast of New South Wales: [4 maps.] pp. 22,
8vo. Syd., 1878.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2358.

Thunder and hail storms in New South Wales : [diagrams], pp.
it, 8vo. Syd., 1880.
Pam., v. 125, no. 2367.

Thunderstorm of 26th October. 1888. pp. 2. 8vo. [Svd.T

Pam., v. 125, nu. 2394.
The Wentworth hurricane: [map.] pp. TO, 8vo. Syd.. 1889.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2359

Wind storm at Sydney, Jan. 27th, 1889. pp. 2, 8\o. [Sy!."j

Pam., v. 124, no. 2348.

551.56. Climate.

AUSTRALIA: Home affairs department. On the climate of the
Yass-Canberra district; by H. A. Hunt: [map]. pp. 8,
fscp. fo. Melb., 1910.


AUSTRALIA: Meteorology bureau. Climate and meteorology of
Australia: by H. A. Hunt. Bulletin no. i. pp. 34, 8vo.
Melb., 1908.'

I'am., v. 147, no. 2838.

EGESON, CHARLES. Egeson's weather system of sun-spots
causality ; being original researches in solar and terrestrial
meteorology, pp. 63, 8vo. Syd., 1889.

GIDDOXS, JOHN HARCOURT, compiler. The Commonwealth
weather chart for 1905. pp. 20, 8vo. Syd. [1905].

Pam., v. 57, no. 935.
Same: for 1906. pp. 20, 8vo., n.p., 1906.

Pam., v. 81, no. 1472.
Same: for 1908. pp. 40, 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 124} no. 2339.

GREGORY, JOHN WALTER. The climate of Australasia in reference
to its control by the Southern ocean : [diagrams], pp. 96,
8vo. Melb., 1904.
Same: anotlier copy.

Pam., v. 46, no. 769.

HUNT, HENRY AMBROSE. Types of Australian weather: ["40
diagrams], pp. 39, 8vo. Syd., 1895.

Pam., v. 125, no. 2384.

RUSSELL, HENRY" CHAMBERLAINE. Climate of Lord Howe island,
leaflet, 8vo. [Syd.] 1895.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2352.

Climate of New South Wales ; descriptive, historical, and tabu-
lar. 8vo. Syd., 1877.

Fallacy of assuming that a wet year in England is followed by
a wet year in Australia : [diagram], leaflet, 8vo. Syd.. 1902.

Pam., v. I2C. no. 2707.

On periodicity of good and bad seasons : [plate], pp. 47, 8vo.
Syd., 1896.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2357.

TEPPER, J. G. OTTO. Influence of vegetation on climate and the
rainfall, pp. 3, 410. Adel., 1898.

Pam., v. 150, no. 2896.*.

WARD, ROBERT DE COURCY. Climate considered especially in re-
lation to man : illust. 8vo. Lond., 1908.

(Progressive science ser. )

551.57. Rainfall: Floods.

CLAVDEN, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Cloud studies: [illust.] 8vo.

Lond., 1905.
RUSSELL, HENRY CHAMBERLAINE. Map showing the average

monthly rainfall in New South Wales, pp. 3, 8vo. Syd.,


Pam., v. 125, no. 2389.

The moon and the rain: [diagram], pp. 3, 8vo. Syd., 1903.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2356.

Notes upon floods in Lake George: [4 diagrams], pp. 20,

8vo. [Syd., 1887].

Pam., v. 25, no. 434.
Notes upon the history of floods in the river Darling : [diagram],

pp. 56, 8vo. [Syd., 1887.]

Pam., v. 25, no. 435.

Pictorial rain maps: [map], pp. 4, 8vo. Syd., 1892.
Pam., v. 125, no. 2370.


' Recurrence of rain " : the relation between the moon's motion
in declination and the quantity of rain in N. S. Wales:
[diagram], pp. 3, 8vo. [Syd.] 1901.

I'.im., v. 124, no. 2365.

Results of rain, river, and evaporation observations made in
New South Wales during 1901-2: maps and diagrams. 8vo.
Syd., 1904.

The river Darling ; the water which should pass through it.
pp. 2, 8vo. Syd., 1879.

Pam., v. 123, no. 23151*.

Self -register ing pluviometer, leaflet, 8vo. Syd., 1871.

Pam., v. 124, no. 2345.

Source of the underground water in the western districts, pp.
7, 8vo. [Syd.l 1889.

1'um., v. 12;, no. 2372.

Tropical rains: [6 maps]., pp. 10, 8vo. Syd., 1883.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2835.

STIRLING, JAMES. Notes on the hydrology of the Mitta Mitta.
pp. 20, 8vo. Melb., n.d.
Pam., v. 102, no. 1856.

SYDNEY morning herald newspaper. Account of the great flood
on the Hawkesbury of June, 1864, and the lesser flood of
July following, pp. 20, 8vo. Parramatta, 1864.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2836.

551.78. Stratigraphical Geology.

JOHNSTON", ROBERT MACKENZIE. Observations with respect to
the nature and classification of the tertiary rocks of Aus-
tralasia; general features of the tertiary system, pp 7-1
8vo. [Hobart, 1887.]

Pain., v. 183, no. 3552.

551.96. Coral Reefs.

AUSTRALIAN museum. Memoirs. Atoll of Funafuti, Ellice
group : its zoology, botany, ethnology, and general structure,
based on collections made by Charles Hedley. 8vo. Syd.,
j 896-1900.

DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT. Structure and distribution of coral
reefs ; being the first part of The geology of the voyage of the
Beagle: [map]. 8vo. Lond., 1842.

ROYAL society, London. Atoll of Funafuti; boring into a coral
reef- and the result : being the report of the Coral reef com-
mittee of the Royal society: [map and figures]. 4to. Lond.,

Maps [to above], fldg. Lond., 1904.

SOLLAS, WILLIAM JOHNSON. Funafuti; the story of a coral atoll:
[figures], pp. 37, 8vo. [Lond., 1898.]
Pam., v. 126, no. 2402.

551.99. Agents of Geological Work.

HALL, THOMAS SERGEANT. On certain incrustations on wood in
dune sand: 2 plates, pp. 6, 8vo. Melb., 1901.
Pam., v. 183, no. 35-1


552. Lithology : Petrology.

CURRAN, Rev. JOHN MICHAEL MILNE. Contributions to the
microscopic structure of some Australian rocks : plates, -pp.
59, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam., v. 1 02, no. 1863.

DUNN, EDWARD JOHN. Pebbles: illust. by 250 figures. 8vo.

[Melb., 1910.]
HOWITT, ALFRED WILLIAM. Sedimentary, metamorphic, and

igneous rocks of Ensay : [plates], pp. 63, 8vo. Melb.,


Pam., v. 102, no. 1864.

MOULDEN, J. COLLETT. Petrographical observations upon some
South Australian rocks, pp. 9, 8vo. [Adel.] 1895.
Pam., v. 35, no. 579.

553. Economic Geology.

CARD, GEORGE W. Handbook to the mining and geological

museum, Sydney. 8vo. Syd., 1902.
MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER. Mineral resources of Tasmania.

pp. 28, 8vo. Hobart, 1894.

Pam., v. 171, no. 3267.

PARK, JAMES. Text-book of mining geology : illust. 8vo.

Lond., 1906.
TATE, RALPH. Geology in its relation to mining and subterranean

water supply in South Australia, pp. 22, 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2404.

553.1. Ore Deposits.

BARNARD, W. HENRY. Letters on faults in mining, pp. u,
8vo. Ballarat, 1887.

Pam., v. 128, no. 2468.

BELT, THOMAS. Mineral veins; an enquiry into their origin,
founded on a study of the auriferous and quartz veins of
Australia: [diagrams], pp. 52, 8vo. Lond., 1861.

Pam., v. 101, no. 1844.

D AVI SON, SIMPSON. New theory of the origin of gold. 8vo.
Lond., 1855.

In Hargraves, E. H. Australia and its gold fields, class <jq4.
MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER. Suggestions as to classification and
description of Australian useful mineral deposits. pp. 12,
8vo. Hobart, 1895.

Pam., v. 170, no. 3250.

RANFT, A. H. THEODORE. Origin and formation of auriferous
rocks and gold : [diagrams]. 8vo. Syd., 1899.

553.2. Coal.

DIXON, WILLIAM A. On the inorganic constituents of the coals of
New South Wales, pp. 17, 8vo. Syd., 1880.

Pam., v. 170, no. 3249.

HECTOR, Sir JAMES. Geological survey of New Zealand : first
general report on the coal deposits, pp. 46, 8vo. Well.,

Pam., v. 28, no. 478.


JOHNSTON, ROBERT MACKENZIE. Rt.-marks rfgarding coal seam
opened out by Mr. Brock at Compton, Old Beach; also,
Remarks on the Longford coal basin, pp. 5, 8vo. Hobart,

Pam., v. 81, no. 1459.

WOODS, Rev. JULIAN EDMUND TENISON. Coal resources of
nmvnsland. pp. 27, 8vo. Brisb., 1883.

Pam., v. 126, m>. 2410.

553.4. Ores of Metals.

AURIFEROUS deposits of the Annandale estate, near Gladstone,
Queensland; reports: [map], pp. 16, 8vo. Brisb., 1889.

Pam., v. 53, no. 887.

BAEL, LIONEL CLIVE. Gold workings in the Perry scrub, Burnett
district, [Q. : plan, illust.]. pp. 14, 8vo. Brisb., 1903.
1'am., v. 171, no. 3261.

Late discovery of gold near Pratten, Talgai gold field : Some
mines on the Talgai gold field : and, Discovery of gold at
Mount Sturt and Freestone Creek, Warwick district, [Q. :
plans], pp. 21, 8vo. Brisb., 1903.
Pam., v. 171, no. 3263.

Some manganese deposits in the Gilgin, Degilbo, and Warwick
districts, [Q. : plans], pp. 10, 8vo. Brisb., 1904.
Pam., v. 171, no. 3264

Young Australian gold mine, and Commonwealth bismuth
mine, Degilbo, [Q. : illust.]. pp. 7, 8vo. Brisb., 1903.

Pam., v. 171, no. 3262.

BECKER, EUDWIG. Native zinc embedded in basalt, pp. 3. 8vo.,
n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 106, no. i<)43.

CARNE, JOSEPH EDMUND. Mercury or "quicksilver"' in New
South Wales, with notes on its occurrence in other colonies
and countries : [plates], pp. 36, 8vo. Syd., 1900.

Pam., v. 101, no. 1845.

(N.S.W. Geological survey.)
Notes' on chromic iron ore. pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1898.

Pam., v. 107, no. 1975.

Notes on the occurrence of tungsten ores in New South Wales,
with a register of localities. pp. 8, 8vo. Syd., 1898.

Pam.. v. 171, no. 32615.

CLARKE, Rev. WILLIAM BRANWHITE. On the progress of gold
discovery in Australasia from 1860 to 1871. pp. 23, 8vo.,
n.p., n.d.
Same : another cop r.

Pam., v. 16, no. 321.
DAVISON, SIMPSON. Discoverv and geognosy of gold deposits in

Australia : map. 8vo. Eond., 1860.

Same: 2nd ed., entitled Gold deposits in Australia: their dis-
covery, development, and geognosy : maps and illust. 8vo
Eond.. 1861.

DUNN, EDWARD JOHN. Bayley's reward mine, Coolgardie, Western
Australia : [plans], pp. 16, 8vo. Melb., 1894.

Pam., v. 28, no. 4-7.

GIPPS, FREDERICK B., and CAMPBELL, W. Description of the
Wattle flat goldfield, western district, New South Wales :
[plans], pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1873.

Pam., v. 16, no. 322.


GRODDECK, ALBRECHT VON. Zur Kenntniss tier Ziaaerzlagestatte
des Mount Bishoff in Tasmanien. pp. n, 6, 8vo., n.p.,

Pam., v. 170, nos. 3.247-48.

HUME, WALTER CUNNINGHAM. Report on the Queensland tin
field: [map]. PP' 3 1 , 8vo., n.p., 1874.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2409.

LECTURES on gold; for the instruction of emigrants about to

proceed to Australia : by J. Beete Jukes, and others. 8vo.

Load., 1852.

Same: 2nd ed. 8vo. Load., 1853.
MACLAREX, J. MALCOLM. Gold; its geological occurrence and

geographical distribution : 278 illust. 8vo. Lond., 1908.
NISSER, PEDRO. On the geological distribution of gold, with

special reference to some auriferous rocks in South America.

pp. 26, 8vo. Melb., 1859.

Pum., v. 28, no. 470

tULRICH, GEORGE HENRY FREDERICK. Observations on the mode
of occurrence aad the treatment of auriferous, lead, aad silver
ores at Schemaitz, Upper Hungary : plates, pp. 54. 8vo.
Melb., 1868.

Pam., v. i6 > no. .319

On the discovery, mode of occurreace aad distributioa of the
aickel-iroa alloy awaruite oa the west coast of the South
island of New Zealand: [plate]. pp. 14, 8vo. [Load.],

Pam., v 101, no. 1854.

'WATT, JOHN ALEXANDER. Notes oa the occurreace of bismuth
ores ia New South Wales, pp. n, 8vo. Syd., 1898.

Pam., v. 171, no. 3266.

WYLD, JAMES. Goldfields of Australia : aotes oa the distributioa
of gold throughout the world, iacludiag Australia, Califoraia,
aad Russia : to which is added a gazetteer of the gold diggiags
of Australia : five maps. pp. 83, 3rd ed., 8vo. Load., 1853.

553.8. Precious Stories.

BLEASDALE, Rev. JOHN IGNATIUS. Oa gems aad precious stoaes
fouad ia Victoria, pp. 12. 8vo. Melb., 1867.
Pam., v. 128. no. 2470.

HAHN. A. Topas von Japaa; Topas von Neu-Sucl-Wales. pp.
6, 8vo. Leipzig, 1893.

Pam., v. 128, no. 2469.

LIVERSIDGE, ARCHIBALD. The Biagera diamond field, pp. n,
8vo. Syd., 1893-

Pam., v. 16, no. 316.

McLACHLAN, DUNCAN CLARK. Diamonds; their occurreace in
New South Wales, pp. 18, 8vo. Syd. ; 1899.
Pam.j v. 16, no. 324.

MERCER, THOMAS. Speculations oa the origia aad formatioa of
the diamond, with especial reference to its formatioa aad
positioa at Biagara, N.S.W. pp. 12, 8vo [Melb., 1895].

Pam., v. 171, no. 3268.


Geology of Special Countries.

556. Africa.

BARRON, T., and HUME, W. F. Geology of the eastern desert
of Egypt, pp. 8, 8vo. Lond., 1901.
Pam., v. 183, no. 3553.

559. Australasia : Pacific Islands.

HOOD, THOMAS H. COCKBURN. The Pacific region in the past and
present, pp. 26, 8vo., n.p., 1880.

Pam., v. 48, no. 812.

Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 112, no. 2092.

559.31. New Zealand.

HAAST, Sir JOHN FRANCIS JULIUS VON. Geology of the provinces

of Canterbury and Westland, New Zealand : [maps and

illust.]. 8vo. Christchurch, 1879.
HECTOR, Sir JAMES. Abstract report on the progress of the

geological survey of New Zealand during 1866-7 ' [plates].

pp. 48, 8vo. Well., 1868.

Pam., v. 88, no. i sgo.

HOCHSTETTER, FERDINAND VON. Geologic von Neu-Seeland.
4to. Vienna, 1864.

HEINRICH. Geological and topographical a^las of New Zea-
land : .six maps 01 the provinces of Auckland and Nelson.
410. Auckland, 1864.

Geology of New Zealand : in explanation of [the above], from
the scientific publications of the Novara expedition : tr. by
Dr. C. F. Fischer: also, Lectures by Dr. F. Hochstetter.
8vo. Auckland, 1864.

HOOD, THOMAS H. COCKBURN. Was New Zealand a post-glacial
centre of creation? " pp. 27, 8vo. Well., 1876.

Pam., v. 101, no. 1855.

HUTTON, FREDERICK WOLLASTOX, captain. Origin of the fauna
and flora of New Zealand; II. The Antarctic and north tem-
perate elements, pp. 26, 8vo. Dunedin, 1884.

Pam., v. 183, no. 3554.

Report on the geology of the Thames gold field : [plan], pp. 12 1
8vo. [Well., 1867.]

Pam., v. 28, no. 474.

Sketch of the geology of New Zealand, pp. 30. 8vo. [Lond.] r

Pam., v. 28, no. 472.

GEORGE HENRY FREDERICK. Report on the geology and gold
fields of Otago: [plates and map]: appces. by J. G. Black.
8vo. Dunedin, 1875.

McKAV. ALEXANDER. Report on the older auriferous drifts of
central Otago: [map]. 2nd ed., 8vo. Well., 1897.


NEW ZEALAND : Geological survey. Reports of geological

explorations, from 1874 to 1893. 4 v., 8vo. Well., 1877-94.
PARK, JAMES. Geology of New Zealand ; an introduction to the

historical, structural, and economic geology : illust. and map.

8vo. Christchurch, 1910.
TAYLOR, Rev. RICHARD. The age of New Zealand, pp. 26. 8vo.

Auckland, n.d.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2403.

559.32. New Caledonia.

LIVERSIDGE, ARCHIBALD. Notes upon some minerals from New

Caledonia, pp. 20, 8vo. Syd., [1880].

Pam., v. 101, no. 1847.
RATTE, A. F. Nouvelle-Caledonie ; catalogue des roches,

mineraux, et minerals recueillis en 1876-1879. pp. 9, 8vo.

Syd., 1880.

Pam., v. 108. no. 190,2

559.4. Australia.

CLARKE, Rev. WILLIAM BRAN\VHITE. Recent geological discoveries
in Australasia : 2nd ed., with notes and addenda, pp. 60,
8vo. Syd., 1861.

Pam., v. 102, no. 1857.

FITTON, WILLIAM HENRY. Account of some geological specimens
from the coasts of Australia : [map and illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,

JOHNSTON, ROBERT MACKENZIE. Historical sketch of the geo-
logical relations of Australia and Tasmania : [tables], pp.
29, 8vo. Hobart. n.d.

Pam., v. 81, no. 1461.

How far can Australian geologists safely rely upon the order
of succession of the characteristic genera of fossil plants of
a far distant region in the determination of the order and
relationship of Australian terrestrial formations? [plates].
pp. 10, 8vo. Hobart, 1888.

Pam.. v. 81. no. 1462.

JUKES, JOSEPH BEETE. Sketch of the physical structure of Aus-
tralia, so far as it is at present known: [2 maps], pp. 95,
8vo. Lond., 1850.

geology of parts of New South Wales and Queensland made
in 1842-43: tr. by G. H. F. Ulrich, ed. by Rev. W. B.

Clarke, pp. 24, 8vo.. n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2407.

MOORE, CHARLES. On Australian mesozoic geology and palaeon-
tology, and on a plant- and insect-bed on the Rocky river,.
New South Wales: [9 plates], pp. 38, 8vo. [Lond.], 1870.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2411.

STOCKDALE, HARRY. Legend of the petrified or marble man,,
with press extracts for and against, pp. 40, 8vo. Syd., 1889.

Pam., v. 103^ no. 1880.

WOODS, Rev. JULIAN EDMUND TENISON. The desert sandstone:
[plates], pp. 46. 8vo. [Syd.], 1888.

Pam., v. 47, no. 792.


559.41. Western Australia.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Geological survey. Bulletin no. 4:
The mineral wealth of Western Australia, by A. Gibb Mail-
land : [maps]. 8vo. Perth, 1900.

Pam., v. 170. no. 3251.

Bulletin No. 5 : The Phillips river mining district, by Torring-
ton Blatchford : [map], pp. 21, 8vo. Perth, 1900.

Tarn., v. 170, no. 3252.

Bulletin No. 9 : Geological features and mineral resources of
Northampton, by A. Gibb Maitland : appces. by H. P.
Woodward, John Provis, and E. S. Simpson : map and sec-
tions, pp. 28, 8vo. Perth, 1903. v. 170, no. 3253.

Bulletin No. 15: Preliminary report on the geological features
and mineral resources of the Pilbarra goldfield, by A. Gibb
Maitland: 8 maps and 25 figures. 8vo. Perth, 1904.

Pam., v. 170, no. 3254.

Bulletin No. 16 : Mineral production of Western Australia up
to the end of 1903, by A. Gibb Maitland and C. F. V. Jack-
son: map. 8vo. Perth, 1904.
Pam., v. 170, no. 3255. '

Bulletin No. 19: Minerals of economic value, by Edward S.
Simpson, pp. 75, 8vo. Perth, 1906.

Pam., v. 170, no. 3256.

Palaeontological contributions to the geology of Western Aus-
tralia : i . Descriptions of carboniferous fossils from the Gas-
coyne district, by Robert Etherirlge : [plates and map], pp.
41, 8vo. Perth, 1903.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1875.

WOODWARD, HARRY PAGE. Western Australia; annual report for
1888-1889, by [the] government geologist. pp. 60, 8vo.
Perth, 1890. '

Pam.. v. 101, no. iS.^i.

559.42. South Australia.

BROWN, HENRY YORKE LYELL., Government geologist. [Various
reports], fscp. fo. Adel.

Contents. Notes on the Echunga gold-fields. 1885. Geological cha-
racter of country from Port Augusta to Eucla. 1885. Geological map
of Barossa and Parra Wirra. 1885. Geological map of the tertiary
deposits of the hundred of Barossa, with explanatory notes. 1889.
Report on a journey from Adelaide to Hale river. 1888. Report on
journey from Warrina to Musgrave ranges. 1889.

BURR, THOMAS. Remarks on the geology and mineralogy of South

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