THE local secretaries for the Dublin meeting of the British Association desire to direct the attention of officers of the association and members who intend to be present to the urgent necessity of filling up and returning forthwith the post-card sent out with the invitation circular. Many have already done so, but the work of the hospitality subcommittee, which has to be completed months beforehand, and, as everyone knows, is of a delicate and difficult nature, is now. at a standstill owing to the fact that information has not been received from a large number of the chief members of the association as to whether they will be accompanied by lady members of their families or not. This information is asked for on the card referred to, which is the only source at the command of the local committee,

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    Notes . Nature 78, 84–88 (1908).

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