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{&. -to 3\ew Zealand is Dr. Tempest Anderson, a member- of the Council of the Brifen Association, who bas been spending some time among , tie volcanic and thermal regions of the Dominion. Dr. Anderson was vioe-presi-iflen-fc of "the British Association and is pjresident of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society. He has also been the Tindall lecturer on Volcanoes at the Royal Institution, and besides a number of papers en ophthalmalogical subjects, in which he a special interest, he was the author of a report to the Royal Society or. the West Indian Eruption, 1902. Dr. Anderson first visited the West Coast Sounds, where he found much to interest him in the wonderful glacial formations of that part of the country. From there he wo-rked northward, spending some time in Auckland's thermal regions. He leaves Auckland early this week to attend the meeting of the Association at Winnipeg next August, end hopes to be able to see the Great Savaii volcano en the way. Dr. Anderson has been much interested in the various parts of ISTew Zealand which he has visited, and is enthusiastic about its beauties and natural resources,

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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