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Page 135 - Here — here's his place, where meteors shoot, clouds form, Lightnings are loosened, Stars come and go...
Page 141 - Meteorological Charts of the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean, 1907. — Report of the Meteorological Committee for the year ending March 31, 1907. — Weekly Weather Reports, 1907. — Ceylon Administration Reports, 1905 ; Meteorology. — Hints to Meteorological Observers in Tropical Africa. — Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture of the Province of Saskatchewan, 1905. — Southern Rhodesia, Report on Meteorology for the year ended March 31, 1903. LONDON, METROPOLITAN WATER BOARD....
Page 217 - ... $2.00. This volume is intended for persons who have not had special training in the technicalities of climatology. Climate covers a wholly different field from that included in the meteorological text-books. It handles broad questions of climate in a way which has not been attempted in a single volume. The needs of the teacher and student have been kept constantly in mind. 20.— Heredity. By J. ARTHUR THOMSON, MA, Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen ; Author of " The Science...
Page 292 - They must be accompanied by a sealed envelope, bearing on the outside the same Motto, and containing inside the name and address of the sender.
Page 144 - Barbados in the season 1905-1907 under the direction of the Imperial Department of Agriculture for the West Indies, particulars are given of the amount and composition of the rainfall at Dodds Botanic Station.
Page 148 - It was proposed by Dr. CT WILLIAMS, seconded by Mr. A. BREWIN, and resolved : " That the most cordial thanks of the Royal Meteorological Society be communicated to the President and Council of the Institution of Civil Engineers, and also of the Royal Astronomical Society, for having granted the Society free permission to hold its meetings in the rooms of their respective Institutions.
Page 122 - Report on the Results of a Census of the Colony of New Zealand for March 31, 1901.— Statistics of the Colony of New Zealand, 1901.
Page 204 - METEOROLOGY." [This Lecture will be printed in the next number of the Quarterly Journal."] Dr. WN SHAW said that it was his privilege to propose a vote of thanks to Dr. Hellmann for his extremely able and interesting lecture. He felt more or less at home in proposing this vote of thanks, because Dr. Hellmann, as a Director of the Prussian Meteorological Institute, was a colleague of his as Director of a Meteorological Office. He was not betraying any great secret...
Page 140 - The morning being fine, it was deemed necessary to get up the topgallant masts, which occupied some hours. About three o'clock in the afternoon, the atmosphere was overcast to the westward, and every appearance indicated the approach of a violent storm. Several alert sailors were sent aloft to strike the...