South African Association for the Advancement of Science

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THE twelfth annual session of the South African Association for the Advancement of Science was held in Kimberley, Cape Province, during the week commencing Monday, July 6, under the presidency of Prof. R. Marloth. There was the usual round of festivities and of visits to places of scientific or historic interest. The association meets in four sections, but in view of the increasing interest of matters pertaining to South African native races, Section D resolved to establish a subsection for African ethnology, education, history, language, and native affairs before next year's meeting in Pretoria is held.

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J., C. South African Association for the Advancement of Science . Nature 93, 623–624 (1914) doi:10.1038/093623a0

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