The Australasian Association1

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    AN Association for the Advancement of Science which can produce, as the record of one year's proceedings, such a volume as the one before us, is at once an indication that a widely-spread interest in science and a vigorous scientific activity already exist, and a promise of future progress. It is a volume on the production of which the Australasian Colonies may be sincerely congratulated.

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    The Australasian Association1. Nature 60, 82–83 (1899) doi:10.1038/060082a0

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