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THE AVICULTURAL MAGAZINE

BEING THE JOURNAL OF THE AVICULTURAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIRDS IN FREEDOM AND IN CAPTIVITY

EDITED BY

PHYLLIS BARCLAY-SMITH, F.Z.S.

FIFTH SERIES. VOL. VI JANUARY, 1941, to DECEMBER, 1941

STEPHEN AUSTIN & SONS, Ltd

1941

STEPHEN AUSTIN AND SONS, LTD.,

PRINTERS, HERTFORD.

CONTENTS

PAGE

Title-page ......... i

Contents ......... iii

Alphabetical List of Contributors v

List of Plates ........ viii

Officers for the Year 1940 ...../

List of Members ........ 3

Rules of the Avicultural Society ... ig

The Society’s Medal . . . . . .22

Magazine ......... i

Index .......... 223

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

Amsler, Maurice, M.B., F.Z.S.

The Breeding of Insectivorous Birds, 192.

Barclay-Smith, Phyllis (Editor).

Editorial, 116.

Beever, G.

War-time Aviculture, 190.

Birckhead, Hugh.

On Keeping Oil-polluted Ducks in Captivity, 24.

Bourke, Hon. Mrs. Gwendolen.

Sunbirds, 220.

Brown, W. Ferrier.

The May-June number, 155.

Chichester, H. G.

War-time Aviculture, 1 90.

Crandall, Lee S.

Nesting of Long-tailed Bird of Paradise, 203.

Delacour, Jean.

The End of Cleres, 81.

Geese I had at Cleres, 138.

The Spotted Tanager, 191.

Blue Amazon Parrot in New York Zoo, 221.

Ezra, A.

Breeding Results at Foxwarren Park, 1940, 41. The Yellow-collared Ixulus, 71.

Some Rare Ducks I have Kept, 141.

Hachisuka, The Marquess.

The Black Kalij Pheasant, 1 .

The Ural Owl, 169.

Hopkinson, Dr. E., G.M.G., D.S.O.

Breeding Records to Date, 9, 47, 85, 182.

Indge, H. J.

Common Soft bills, 212.

Knobel, E. Maud.

Rare Parrots, 30.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

Laidlay, J. G.

The Psychology of Geese, 132.

Lendon, Major Alan.

The Wing-stripe as an indication of Sex and Maturity in Australian Broad¬ tailed Parrots, 174.

Lewis, J. Sped an.

The Ocellated Turkey, 43.

Manfield, H.

The Australian Ground Parrot in Captivity, 172.

Martin, H. C.

A Double Nest of the Hornero ”, South American Oven-bird, 16. Matthews, Frances E.

Breeding Australian Finches, 58.

Hand-rearing Foreign Birds, 69.

Maxwell, P. H.

The Solitary Lory, 155.

Moody, A. F.

Some Unusually Kept Ducks in the Lilford Collection, 136.

Breeding of Australian Sheld-duck, 137.

Mottershead, G. S.

The Griffon Vulture in Captivity, 157.

Patten, Robert A.

Observations on the Solitary Lory in Captivity, 72.

Plath, Karl.

Chicago Zoological Park, 70.

Porter, Sydney.

Breeding the Chinese Azure- winged Magpie, 3.

Ornithological Monographs as an aid to Aviculture, 166.

War-time Aviculture, 190.

Notes on the White-necked Nightjar in Captivity, 218.

Potter, W. H.

Sitting Back, 38.

Risdon, D. H. S.

Some Notes on Birds seen in the Gold Coast, 75.

Scott, A. H.

News about Sparrows, 50, 94.

Moorhens, 222.

Silver, Allen.

Woodpecker’s Longevity, 30.

Casual Remarks on Insectivorous Birds, 205.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

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Seth-Smith, D. (D. S-S.).

The Kookaburra, 3 1 .

The Ocellated Turkey, 101.

About Ducks, 147.

Reviews

The Truth about the Cuckoo , 28.

Wild Plants and Seeds for Birds, 68.

War-time Feeding of Cage Birds, 1 1 1 .

Sibley, C. L.

The Whooping Crane of America, 69.

Stevens, R.

The Red-breasted Goose, 113.

Stigand, O. P.

African Parrots, 59, 103.

Sweetnam, Prebendary J. E.

War-time Aviculture A Suggestion, 119.

Tyser, Jessie.

Cock Diamond Sparrow X Hen Bengalese, 22.

The Effect of War Conditions and Hard Winter on a Waterfowl Collection in Sutherland, 144.

Wharton-Tigar, N.

Some Chloropsis past and present, 210.

Yealland, John.

Two Interesting Sea Birds, 20.

Some European Sea-Ducks, 123.

The Solitary Lory, 154.

Some European Waders, 160.

Review International Wildfowl Inquiry, Vol. 1, 150.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

*The Black Kalij Pheasant . . . .to face p. i

Double Nest of South American Oven-bird . ,, 19

Nests of Fire-wood Gatherer 55 ... ,,19

The Kookaburra ...... 31

Ocellated Turkey cock and hen ... 43

*The Yellow-collared Ixulus . . . . ,, 71

Chateau de Cleres ..... 82

A Blue Eared Pheasant at Cleres . . . ,, 82

Head of Ocellated Turkey Cock during Display ,, 101

* The Red-breasted Goose . . . . 113

Pair of New Zealand Sheld-duck and Young . 136

Pair of Wild Muscovy Ducks . . . . ,,136

Pair of White-winged Wood Duck . . . ,,136

Griffon Vultures and Young (Hatched 1939) . 157

Young Griffon Vulture (Hatched and reared 1940) ,, 157

Ural Owl ....... 170

*The Spotted Tanager . . . . . ,,191

* Denotes a Coloured Plate.

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Officers for the Year 194 1

President

A. Ezra, O.B.E., F.Z.S.

Vice-Presidents

H. R. Fillmer.

E. Hopkinson, C.M.G., D.S.O., F.Z.S., M.A., M.B. J. Spedan Lewis, F.Z.S.

M. Amsler, M.B., F.Z.S.

Hon. Mrs. Bourke.

Capt. Hon. Henry Broughton. Miss Chawner.

J. Delacour, F.Z.S.

F. Terry Jones, F.Z.S.

T. H. Newman, F.Z.S.

Mrs. Phipps.

Sydney Porter, F.Z.S.

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A. Ezra, O.B.E., F.Z.S.

A. Sherriff, F.Z.S.

D. Seth-Smith F.Z.S.

R. S. de Q. Quincey.

D. Seth-Smith, F.Z.S.

A. Sherriff, F.Z.S.

Prof. E. Sprawson, M.C., D.Sc., M.R.C.S., F.Z.S.

Capt. H. S. Stokes, F.Z.S. Preb. Sweetnam, F.B.S.A. Capt. L. R. Waud, F.Z.S.

Mrs. Wharton-Tigar, F.Z.S.

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Hon. Secretary and Treasurer

Miss E. Maud Knobel, F.Z.S., Lindeth Lodge, Peaslake, Surrey.

Editor

Miss Phyllis Barclay-Smith, 51 Warwick Avenue, London, W. 9.

Auditor

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List of Members

1st JANUARY, 1941

NOTICE. Members are particularly requested to inform the Hon. Secretary of any error in the spelling of their names, addresses, or descriptions, so that it may

be corrected.

* Life Members ,

Abell, Rev. R. B. ; 28 Church Road, Teddington. (Jan., 1926.)

Abrahams, C. N. ; Ma Demeure,” 42 St. Ledger Road, Claremont, C.P., S. Africa. (May, 1937.)

Ailwyn, The Lady ; Honingham, Norwich. (Sept., 1936.)

Aldham, Major Michael S., O.B.E. ; Windsor Cottage, Bodmin, Cornwall. (Jan., 1936.)

Allen, Miss Geraldine Russell ; Dabenham Hall, Northwich, Cheshire. (March, 1929.)

Allen, M. T., F.Z.S. ; Ravenswood, Northwood, Middlesex. (March, 1925.) Allison, N. G. ; 10 Roxburgh Road, West Norwood, S.E. 27. (July, 1931.) Amsler, Maurice, M.B., F.Z.S. ; Delmonden Manor, Hawkhurst, Kent. (Dec., 1908.)

Anderson, Alistair ; Woodside, Beith, Ayrshire. (June, 1923.)

Anderson, A. B. ; The Aviary, Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, Fife. (May, 1939.)

Bailey, A. B. ; Four Oaks, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire. (May, 1939.) Bamford, William ; Bridgecroft, Kent Road, Harrogate. (March, 1904.) Banks, Geoffrey ; 76 Thornhill Road, Streetly, Sutton Coldfield. (July, 1932.)

Bannerman, Mrs. David ; 7 Pembroke Gardens, W. 8. (April, 1928.) Barclay, Evelyn W. ; Colney Hall, Norwich. (Aug., 1928.) Barclay-Smith, Miss Phyllis ; 51 Warwick Avenue, London. W. 9.

(Sept., 1937.) {Editor.)

Barlass, J. C. ; Braxfield, St. Annes Road West, St. Annes-on-Sea. (March,

1934. )

Barnard, T., M.C., F.Z.S. ; Furzebrook House, Wareham, Dorset. (Sept., 1919.)

* Barr-Smith, Mrs. ; Birkegate, Glen Osmond, South Australia. (Sept., 1926.) Batt, H. T. ; 12 Sutherland Avenue, Ealing, W. 13. (April, 1940.)

Beever, G. ; Green Royd, Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield. (June, 1923.) Bell, W. Dennis ; Chiltern House, Chiltern Road, Chesham Bois, Bucks. (Rejoined.)

Bennett, J. C. ; Silvermere,” Oak End Way, West Byfleet, Surrey. (May,

1935. )

LIST OF MEMBERS

Bensuade, Vasco ; Apartado 269, Lisbon, Portugal. (July, 1931.) Beresford-Webb, G. M. ; Norbryght, South Godstone, Surrey. (May, 1906.)

Bernstein, Cecil ; 19 Copgrove Road, Harehills, Leeds 8. (March, 1938.) Berridge, Mrs. E. W. ; Bydews Place, East Farleigh, Maidstone, Kent. (March, 1938.)

Birckhead, Hugh ; Bird Department, American Museum of Natural History, 77th Street and Central Park West, New York City, N.Y., U.S.A. (Jan., 1939.)

Blackburn, Frank ; Lower Hall, Kirkheaton, Huddersfield. (April, 1929.) Blair, G. H., F.O. ; Royal Air Force, Forhill House, Kings Norton Birmingham, 30. (Rejoined.)

Bonny, J. W. ; Springfield, 166 Whitegate Drive, Blackpool, Lancs. (July, 1940.)

Boosey, E. J. ; Brambletye, Keston, Kent. (Feb., 1921.)

Bott, Dr. William ; Gwent, Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset. (Dec., 1928.) Botting, C. ; Fircroft, Albury Heath, Guildford, Surrey. (April, 1938.) Bourke, Hon. Mrs. Algernon ; 97 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. 1. (Feb., 1911.)

Bower, Robert; Husheath Manor, near Goudhurst, Kent. (July, 1931.) Brennan, C. H. ; Old Castle House, Canterbury. (Dec., 1937.)

Brooke, His Highness Sir Charles Vyner, Rajah of Sarawak ; Mill Bank House, Westminster, S.W. 1. (March, 1939.)

Brookes, Miss F. C. ; Massam Hall, Old Leake, Boston. (July, 1933.) Broughton, Capt. the Hon. Henry ; Bakenham House, Englefield Green, Surrey. (Jan., 1938.)

Brown, E. J. ; 29 Dean Road, Bitterne, Southampton. (March, 1931.) Brown, Frank G. ; Tregenna, Crafthole, Torpoint, Cornwall. (July, 1938.) Brown, W. Ferrier ; 10 Ebers Road, Mapperley Park, Nottingham. (May, 1924.)

Browning, William H. ; 550 Fifth Avenue, New York, U.S.A. (March, 1906.) Brunton, J. D. ; Inveresk Lodge, Musselburgh. (June, 1923.)

Bryan, Lancelot ; 21 Keswick Avenue, Merton Park, S.W. 19. (Aug., 1939.) Buchanan, A. ; Viewbank, 33 Townhill Road, Dunfermline. (Dec., 1928.) Bucknall, Douglas S., F.Z.S. ; Casal Dos Pinheiros, Monte Estoril, Portugal. (March, 1939.)

Bulteel, Mrs. J. ; Yewden Manor, Henley-on-Thames. (Aug., 1937.)

Burn, Lady ; Rydal Mount, Potters Bar, Middlesex. (Oct., 1932.) Bushby, Leonard C. ; 33c Regent’s Park Road, N.W. 1. (Jan., 1939.) Butler, Arthur Larchin, M.Aust.O.U. ; 118 Main Road, Lower Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania. (July, 1905.)

Cambessedes, Jean ; 18 Boulevard Arago, Paris 13E, (Sept., 1934.)

Campey, A. D. ; 117 Grovehill Road, Beverley, Yorks. (Jan., 1933.) Carlisle, Melville ; P.O. Onderstepoort, Pretoria, South Africa. (March, 1930.)

Carr, Percy ; Ormond Lodge, Newbold-on-Stour, Nr. Stratford-on-Avon. (Rejoined.)

Carr-Walker, Herbert ; Almsford House, Fulwith Lane, Harrogate. (June, 1917.)

LIST OF MEMBERS

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Cederstrom, Baroness ; Haverland Hall, Norwich. (July, 1935.) Chambers, F. G. ; The Beeches, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent. (Aug., 1932.) Channer, Miss M. ; High Park, Bideford, N. Devon. (Rejoined.)

Chaplin, E. W. ; The Hearne, Great Amwell, Ware, Herts. (Sept., 1903.) Chawner, Miss, F.Z.S. ; The White House, Leckford, Stockbridge, Hants. (July, 1899.)

Chichester, Mrs. ; Galgorm Castle, Ballymena, Northern Ireland. (April, 1930.)

Cholmeley, Mrs. ; Lushill, Highworth, Wilts. (Sept., 1937.)

Christie, Mrs. G. ; Kellas, By Elgin, Morayshire. (Jan., 1913.)

Clements, 0. E., L.D.S., R.C.S. (Eng.) ; 15 Mercers Road, Holloway Road, .N. 19. (March, 1938.)

Clemo, J. ; 5 Symonds’ Terrace, Redruth, Cornwall. (Oct., 1927.) Cleugh, Robert (President of the South African and Foreign Wild Bird Club) ; 6 Beaufort Street, Troyeville, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. (May, 1938.)

Coates, Sir Edward Clive, Bart. ; 14 Sussex Square, W. 2. (June, 1929.) Colhoun, Major J., M.C. ; Grian-Iach, Londonderry, Ireland. (March, 1929.) Cooke, Mrs. M. E. ; 1 West Terrace, Richmond, Yorkshire. (June, 1936.) Cooper, James ; Killerby Hall, Scarborough. ( Orig . Mem.)

Cotterell, Sir Richard, Bart. ; Garnons, Hereford. (April, 1928.) Cotton, Mrs. D. Elton ; The Nest, 9 Beechwood Gardens, South Harrow, Middlesex. (June, 1938.)

Cowley, H. ; The Manor House, Buddenhall, Coventry. (Jan., 1926.) Cowper, G. St. John ; Rosseveldt Building II, Apollo Bunder, Bombay, India. (Rejoined.)

Cox, C. M: ; Quinan and Cox (Stock and Share Brokers), 115 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. (Oct., 1940.)

Cox, Mrs. B. ; Marshwood Manor, Bridport, Dorset.

Crandall, Lee S. (Curator) ; New York Zoological Park, 185th Street and Southern Boulevard, New York City, U.S.A. (Aug., 1938.)

Crisp, J. F., M.B.O.U. ; Moram House, Old Windsor, Windsor. (Nov., 1934.) Cullen, Miss D. H. ; Cross Keys House, Sevenoaks, Kent. (April, 1937.) Cura, L. & Sons ; Water Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. (Sept., 1928.) Cutcliffe, Albert E. ; 41 Christchurch Avenue, North Finchley, N. 12. (Jan., 1939.)

Dabner, P. L. ; 56 Arkwright Road, Sanderstead, Surrey. (Sept., 1939.) Dalrymple, Mrs. A. M. ; address unknown.

Dancoisne, Abbe H. ; 28^ Regiment Regional 5'Cn, S.P. 390, France. (July, 1932.)

Darling, P. Stormonth ; Gorseheath, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. (June, 1928.) Darnton, Mrs. ; Sissinghurst Court, Cranbrook, Kent. (April, 1932.) Davis, Godfrey, I.C.S., F.Z.S. ; The Ridge, Bath Island, Karachi, India. (Aug., 1927.)

Dawson, Mrs. ; Alpha Cottage, Bull’s Green, Knebworth, Herts. de Pass, Gerald V. ; The Old Kennels, Satwell, near Henley-on-Thames. (April, 1930.)

de Pledge, Miss Beryl Isabel ; Polars,” Newport, Isle -of- Wight. Decoux, A. ; Gery-pres Aixe, Hte. Vienne, France. (April, 1917.)

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LIST OF MEMBERS

Delacour, Jean, F.Z.S. ; Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. (April, 1916.)

Dennis, Mrs. Cyril; Oakley Hall, Market Drayton, Salop. (June, 1920.) Dennis, Mrs. H. E. ; Holme Manor, Pulborough, Sussex. (March, 1903.) Denny, Mrs. Henry, C.B.E. ; Staplefield Place, Staplefield, Sussex. (May, 1924.)

Derschied, Dr. J. M. ; Armendy,” Sterrebeek, Belgium. (Aug., 1935.) Dobbin, J. P. ; 8 Manor Close, Havant, Hants. (May, 1938.)

Dodds, J. ; 1303324 A/C J. Dodds, 151/1 Block, Room 2, R.A.F. Station, Linton-on-Ouse, Yorks. (Dec., 1940.)

Dooly, Thomas L. S. ; Whimbrel, Kirklake Road, Formby, near Liverpool. (Jan., 1924.)

Doxford, Mrs. ; Lindeth Howe, Windermere. (Oct., 1937.)

Drasdo, Frank G. ; Kenilworth, 728 Beverley High Road, Hull. (Rejoined.) Dulanty, Brian H. ; 32 Bishopsgate, E.C. 2. (June, 1939.)

Dunmore, Oscar E. ; 22 Kingsway Road, Leicester. (Oct., 1922.) Dunster, Captain J. E. ; Bucklebury Village, Nr. Reading, Berks. (July, 1930.)

Duyzend, W. C. ; Koppelwig 151, Huize, Casarca,” Zeist, Holland. (March, 1927.)

Eaves, W. L. ; Wycliffe, Danford Lane, Solihull, Warwickshire. (April, 1936.) Edwards, Bob ; Dudbrook, Brentwood, Essex. (July, 1940.)

Edwards, Mrs. A. E. ; Three Elms, Kippington, near Sevenoaks, Kent. (Jan., 1925.)

Elliott, F. S. ; 31 Kelvin Road, Ipswich, Suffolk. (Nov., 1925.)

*Ellis, Ralph ; 2420 Ridge Road, Berkeley, Calif., U.S.A. (April, 1935.) Elphick, George ; 118 Harley Street, W. 1. (April, 1926.)

Elwes, Mrs. Robert ; Little Congham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk. (Dec., 1926.) English, W. L., M.B. ; High Street, Haslington, Crewe. (Oct., 1931.) Engelbach, Docteur Pierre ; Siem Reap (Cambodge Indochine).

Evald, Dr. ; Sonderborg, Denmark. (March, 1935.)

Evans, Miss Joan ; 8 South Eaton Place, S.W. 1. (Jan., 1929.)

Evans, R. M. ; Inglewood, Ratcliffe Road, Leicester. (March, 1927.) Eustace, C. H. ; c/o P.O. Box 252, Shanghai, China. (Feb., 1927.)

Ezra, Alfred, O.B.E., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; Foxwarren Park, Cobham, Surrey. (1912.) ( President .)

Ezra, Sir David, Kt., F.Z.S. , M.B.O.U. ; 3 Kyd Street, Calcutta, India. (June, 1912.)

Farquhar, Mrs. ; The Cottage, Gaddesby, Leicestershire. (Dec., 1935.) Ferrie, R. M. ; Box 277, North Battleford, Sask, Canada. (Nov., 1938.) Fillmer, H. R. ; Oakfield, Hurst Road, Hassocks, Sussex. ( Orig . Mem.) {Hon. Mem.)

Fisher, James ; c/o Zoological Society, Regent’s Park, N.W. 8. (Sept., 1937.) Flower, Major Stanley S. ; Old House, Park Road, Tring, Herts. (Dec. 1940.)

Floyd, J. F. M. ; High Bridge Mill, Cuckfield, Sussex. (Jan., 1935.)

Flint, G. P. ; Eventide,” London Road, Datchet, Bucks. (March, 1940.)

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Fooks, F. E. ; Tanaholme,” Bundy’s Way, Chertsey Lane, Staines, Mdx. (Jan., 1926.)

Foster, H. F. B. ; Faskally, Pitlochry, Perthshire. (April, 1937.) Freidlander, Dr. H. R. ; 47 Wickham Road, Beckenham, Kent. (July, 1936.) Frost, Wilfred ; c/o Zoological Society, Regent’s Park, N.W. 8. (July, 1908.)

Frostick, John j 26 Minster Precincts, Peterborough, Northants. (Rejoined.) Furner, A. C. ; Oakdene, Whitaker Road, Derby. (Oct., 1929.)

Galbraith, F. G., Mrs. ; Balfron, Bowwood Road, Claremont, C.P., South Africa. (Sept., 1939.)

Gandy, F. G. ; 11 Easterby Road, Leeds, 8. (May, 1940.)

Garcke, Mrs. C. ; Ditton House, Pinkney’s Green, East Berkshire. (June, 1916.)

Gardner, Eric ; (Executive Engineer) General Offices B.B. & C.I. Railway, Churchgate, Bombay, India. (March, 1935.)

Garrett, M. R. ; Forestry Department, Launceston, Tasmania. (June, 1934.) Garrett, Robert ; Ballynichol, Comber, Co. Down. (April, 1933.)

Ghigi, il Prof. Alessandro ; Via D’Azeglio, Bologna, Italy.

Glenister, A. G., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; The Barn House, East Blatchington , Seaford. (June, 1928.)

Glover, Percy H., F.Z.S. ; Broadlands, Fareham, Hants. (June, 1931.) Goddard, H. E. ; Lerwick, Bannerdown, Batheastor, Somerset. (Feb., 1899. Goddard, Mrs. ; The Cottage, Buckland, Faringdon, Berks. (Feb., 1923.)

G older, H. G., F.Z.S. ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer Norwich Alliance All England C.B.d., 37 Crown Road, Norwich. (June, 1931.)

Goodall, A. W. ; 182 Birchfield Road, Widnes, Lancs. (March, 1933.) Goodheart, L. McCormick ; Address unknown.

* Gosse, Mrs. James ; 9 Park Terrace, Park Side, South Australia. (July, 1923.)

Gowland, Mrs. C. H. ; Tadorna, Pensby Road, Barnston, Wirral, Cheshire. (March, 1938.)

Grant, Frank ; Parklands, Stoughton Lane, Evington, Leicester. (Feb., 1935.)

Groves, Hon. Mrs. McGarel ; Battramsley House, Lymington, Hants. (March, 1917.)

Gubbay, Mrs. Maurice ; Foxwarren Park, Cobham, Surrey. (Feb., 1928.) Guild, Eastham ; P.O. Box 56, Papeete, Tahiti. (May, 1936.)

Gulbenkian, C. S. ; 51 Avenue d’Jena, Paris xvie Paris. (Dec., 1908.) Gurney, Miss Diana; North Runcton Hall, King’s Lynn. (July, 1927.)

Hachisuka, The Marquess ; Mita Shiba, Tokyo, Japan. (July, 1932.) Hadden, Norman G. ; Underway, West Porlock, Somerset. (Jan., 1939.) Haine, Dr. J. E. ; Elmdon, London Road, Guildford. (April, 1935.) Halverson, A. W. ; 5705 West Erie Street, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A. (April, 1937.)

Hampe, Alex. ; c/o Mrs. Hillmann, Luisenallce, 8, Koenigsberg 1, Preussen, Germany. (Jan., 1927.)

Happe, Paul ; 44 Avenue Eng Plasky, Bruxelles, Belgium. (Aug., 1935.) Harman, Miss Knobel ; Lindeth,” Peaslake, Surrey. (Sept., 1928.)

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LIST OF MEMBERS

Hawke, The Hon. Mary ; Mill Lands, Henfield, Sussex. (Rejoined.) Hebb, Thomas ; Croft House, Old Aylestone, Leicester. (April, 1914.) Henderson, Miss Oona, F.Z.S. ; Hurst Close, Bracknell, Berks. (Sept., 1934.) Higham, Walter E., F.R.P.S., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; The Oaks, Clayton-le-Dale, near Blackburn, Lancs. (Jan., 1934.)

Hildick-Smith, Mrs. K. ; 3 St. Miniver Road, Bedford. (March, 1937.) Hill, Professor W. C. Osman, M.D. ; Medical College, Ceylon. (Dec., 1939.) Hirst, Albert; 10 Talbot Avenue, Egerton, Huddersfield. (July, 1923.) Hirst, Arnold ; P.O. Box 262 dd, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. (April, 1929.) Hirst, Robert S. ; Swincliffe House, Gomersal, near Leeds. (Rejoined.) Hollas, Mrs. K. E. ; Parsonage Farm, Highworth, Wilts. (Oct., 1922.)

* Hollond, Miss Gladys M. B. ; 5 Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park, W. 2. (March, 1930.)

Holt, Miss Esther ; Axholme, Noctorum, Birkenhead, Cheshire. (Jan., 1934.) Hone, Capt. T. N. ; Boshny House, Ledbury, Herefordshire. (Nov., 1927.) Hopkinson, Emilius, C.M.G., M.A., M.B.Oxon., D.S.O., F.Z.S. ; Wynstay, Balcombe, Sussex. (Oct., 1906.)

Horne, Douglas Percy ; Pinefield, Church Road, Addlestone, Surrev. (Sept., 1928.)

Horner, Miss D. ; Riccall, York. (Aug., 1931.)

Housden, Major E. F., M.C., T.D. ; Hillside, Harrow-on-the-Hill, N. (Jan., 1934.)

Housden, James B. ; Brooklyn, 31 Cator Road, Sydenham, S.E. 26. ( Orig . Mem.)

Housden, Dr. Leslie ; Caldecotts, Church Square, Basingstoke, Hants. (March, 1933.)

Hughesdon, V. C. ; Hughesdon and Davis (Solicitors), 16 Barrack Street, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. (Oct., 1940.)

Humphries, Walter John ; 32 Cedric Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, 8. (Feb., 1931.)

Hurlburt, Dr. W. E., M.B., Vineland, Ontario, Canada. (June, 1939.) Hutchinson, Miss Alice;, address unknown. (Aug., 1907.)

Huth, Mrs. Muriel ; 243 Goldhurst Terrace, N.W. 6. (Feb., 1935.)

Iles, Gerald ; Zoological Gardens, Belle Vue, Manchester, 12. (Jan., 1940.) Imparati, Dr. Prof. Edoardo ; Ravenna, Italy. (Jan., 1932.)

Indge, H. J. ; Trimstone, Thorpe, Nr. Chertsey, Surrey. (June, 1940.) Isenberg, A. H. ; Box 88, 647 Runnymede Street East, Palo Alto, California. U.S.A. (Aug., 1926.)

Jardin Zoologique de Quebec (J. A. Brassard d) ; Charlesbourg, Canada, (Nov. 1940.)

Jardin Zoologico de Buenos Aires ; Buenos Aires, Argentine. (Feb., 1940.) Jarvis, Miss I. F. ; The Old Manor, Salisbury. (Aug., 1930.)

Jervis, Hon. Mrs.; Pitminster Lodge, Taunton, Somerset. (Feb., 1936.) Johnston, Robert Percy ; West House, Wigton, Cumberland. (March, 1925.)

Jones, C. Buckingham ; Dibrugarh, Assam. (Feb., 1938.)

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Jones, F. T. ; Lower Peover, Cheshire. (Oct., 1933.)

Jones, S. B. ; 265 Northway, Maghull, Nr. Liverpool. (Sept., 1934.)

Jones, T. J. Alex; Brynley, 5 Fields Park Road, Newport, Mon. (Oct., 1940.)

Jones, W. A. ; 54 Stockwell Park Road, S.W. 9. (Feb., 1933.) Jorgensen, Mrs. ; Sefton, Bickley, Kent. (July, 1939.)

Keator, Beverley, R.F.D. ; 2 Westport, Conn., U.S.A. (June, 1924.) Kemp, Robert ; 5 Rose Hill, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. (March, 1926.) Kerr, J. Ernest ; Harviestoun, Dollar, Scotland. (March, 1927.) Kewley, Mrs. M. A. ; Old Court House, Whitchurch, Aylesbury, Bucks. (Sept., 1910.)

King, Alfred ; Mirfield,” 8 Inglewhite Crescent, Wigan. (Dec., 1940.) Knobel, Miss E. Maud, F.Z.S. ; Lindeth Lodge, Peaslake, Surrey.

(Aug., 1916.) {Hon. Mem. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer.)

Krug, Edward A. ; 300 West Adams Street, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A. (March, 1940.)

Kuntz, P. ; 289 Edmonton Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (May, 1930.)

Laidlay, J. C. ; Lindores, Fife, Scotland. (April, 1929.)

Lake, George D. ; Audrey, Burghfield Common, Mortimer, Berks. (Sept., 1937.)

Lambert, Miss Lesley Douglas ; Beeston Hill, Leeds. (Jan., 1937.) Lambert, J. ; Gilling Castle. (March, 1936.)

Lambert, Paul ; Gilling East, York. (Sept., 1929.)

Langham, Sir Charles, Bart. ; Tempo Manor, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland. (July, 1932.)

Law, Dr. Satya Churn, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U., M.A., B.L., Ph.D. ; 50 Kailas Bose Street, Calcutta. (1919.)

Lawrence, W. H. ; 6559 Yew Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. (Dec., 1939.) Lax, J. M. S. ; Southfield, Crook, Co. Durham. (Jan., 1930.)

Leach, C. F. ; Woodview, Park Road, Ashtead, Surrey. (June, 1914.) Lewis, J. Spedan, F.Z.S. ; Leckford Abbess, Stockbridge, Hants. (Sept., 1924.)

Library .International Institut d’Agricolture ; Villa Umberto 1, Rome,

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Lindsay, Mrs. Edwin A. ; 146 Harley Street, W. 1. (July, 1935.) Lodge, George E., F.Z.S., Hawkhouse, Park Road, Camberley, Surrey. (May, 1923.)

Louwman, P. W. ; 4 Teylingerhorstlaan, Wassenaar, Holland. (Aug., 1936.) *Low, Dr. G. Carmichael ; 7 Kent House, Kensington Court, W. 8. (May, 1939.)

Lowe, Rev. J. R. ; The Vicarage, Coin St. Aldwyn, Fairford, Glos. (June, 1927.)

Lupton, Miss E. M. ; Beechwood, Elmete Lane, Roundhav, Leeds. (Aug., 1933.)

Lyon, Capt. the Hon. Michael ; Glamis Castle, Glamis, Forfarshire. (Mav, 1927.)

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McCance, David ; Strand Town, Belfast. (July, 1932.)

McDowall, Kenneth of Logan ; Port Logan, Wigtownshire. (Sept., 1938.)

McLintock, Miss M. H. ; The Grove, Catton Grove Road, Norwich. (July, 1927.)

McMillan, Dr. A. ; New Romney, Kent. (March, 1930.)

Macklin, C. H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.Z.S. ; 23 Church Street, Ampthill, Beds. (May, 1923.)

Mairaux, E. (Ingenieur Agronome I.A.G.) ; 41 Rue de la Ruche, Bruxelles, Belgium. (July, 1929.)

Malisoux, Ivan ; Beez, Namur, Belgium. (Feb., 1936.)

Marsh, E. G. ; Stoke Bishop, Drake’s Avenue, Exmouth. (Sept., 1935.) Marshall, L. F. ; 65 Fitzroy Avenue, Harborne, Birmingham 17. (Sept. 1937.)

Marten, L. H., O.B.E., F.Z.S. ; Tilton, near Battle, Sussex. (June, 1930.) Martin, A. ; 27 Yoxall Road, Shirley, Nr. Birmingham. (Oct., 1930.) Martin, H. C. ; Las Canas, 446 Coper’s Cope Road, Beckenham, Kent. (Jan., 1897.)

Mason, Miss Eva Inglis ; Peppercorn Cottage, Burton, Christchurch, Hants. (Aug., 1934.)

Matthews, Mrs. W. M. ; Sarsdenfleld, Camberley, Surrey. (May, 1935.) Maxwell, C. T. ; 1 Shardcroft Avenue, Herne Hill, S.E. 24. (Dec.,

1908.)

Maxwell, P. H. ; Ebberley Hill, St. Giles, near Torrington, N. Devon. (Oct., 1929.)

*Maxwell-Jackson, Miss M. ; Percy House, Scotton, Knaresborough, Yorks. (Jan., 1913.)

Mayer, F. W. Shaw ; Wulfruna, 88 Concord Road, Homebush, Sydney, Australia. (Aug., 1922.)

Meeser, F. C. S. ; P.O. Box 4993, Coronation Building, 23 Simonds Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. (July, 1937.)

Mertens, Marcel (Inginieur) ; Hotel du Commerce, Saint Laurent du Sape, Ordeche, France. (April, 1938.)

Meyer, John D. ; c/o Berol Lodge, Chappaqua, N.Y., U.S.A. (Sept., 1938.) Milligan, H. ; Upper Manor Farm, Leckford, Stockbridge, Hants. (March, 1937.)

Millsum, O. ; Barnstaple,” 57 Warwick Road, Cliftonville, Margate,

(April, 1940.)

Moody, A. F. ; Lilford, Barnwell, Peterborough. (July, 1926.)

Moore, Robert T. ; RR. No. 1, Box 28a, Pasadena, California, U.S.A. (July, 1928.)

Morrison, A. ; St. Mary’s Ridgway Road, Farnham, Surrey. (Jan., 1932.) Mortimer, M. J. ; Elmhurst School, Camberley, Surrey. (Sept., 1939.) Mott, B. ; 11 Wheeleys Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. (Rejoined.) Mountain, Capt. Walton ; Groombridge Place, Kent. (Feb., 1923.)

Murphy, John (District Commissioner) ; Kabarnet, via Eldama Ravine, Kenya Colony. (Oct., 1932.)

Museum of Comparative Zoology (rejoined) ; at Harvard College, Cam¬ bridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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Newman, T, H., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; Verulam, 46 Forty Avenue, Wembley Park, Middlesex. (May, 1900.) (Hon. Mem.)

Newmarch, C. T., F.Z.S. ; Gamage’s Ltd., Holbom, W.C. (Aug., 1915.) Nicol, Hamish, F.R.C.S., F.Z.S. ; Hillside, Christchurch Road, Hampstead, N.W. 3. (Jan., 1926.)

Nightingale, Capt. F. B., F.R J.B.A. ; 47 West Side, Wandsworth Common, S.W. 18. (Dec., 1933.)

Norcross, Herbert ; Normanhurst, Mount Road, Middleton, Lancs. (March, 1930.)

Nordhoff, Charles B. : Papeete, Tahiti, French Oceania. (Aug., 1937.) Norris, Kenneth A. ; Elmstone, Highfield Road, Purley, Surrey. (June, 1939.)

Ostrehan, Clement ; Kington Rectory, Worcester. (Jan., 1928.)

Pam, Major Albert, F.Z.S. ; Wormleybury, Broxbourne, Herts. (Jan., 1906.)

Pape, Mrs. A. M. ; Forest Lodge, Binfield, Berks. (Oct., 1937.)

Partridge, W. R., F.Z.S. ; Larches, near Fladbury, Pershore, Worcester¬ shire. (April, 1934.)

Pearse, Mrs. ; Channel View, Bembridge, Isle of Wight. (Rejoined.)

Peat, Robert ; 11 Ironmonger Lane, London, E.C. 2. (June, 1940.) Phillips, C. P. ; Swans Nest, Dorchester, Oxford. (Nov., 1940.)

Phipps, Mrs. ; 14 Milner Crescent, Kensington, Johannesburg, South Africa. (Jan., 1935.)

Pickering, Rowland H. E. U. ; Thunder Hall, Ware, Herts. (Feb., 1936.) Pickford, Randolph John ; Etherley Lodge, near. Bishop Auckland. (Feb., 1903.)

Pitt, W. S. ; Wildwood, Silverdale Avenue, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. (March, 1934.)

Plath, Karl ; 2847 Giddings Street, Chicago, U.S.A. (July, 1924.) Poltimore, Lady ; Court Hall, North Molton. (Jan., 1926.)

Popham, Mrs. Leybourne ; Hunstrete House, Pensford, near Bristol. (July, 1937.)

Porter, Sydney, F.Z.S. ; The White Gates, Stenson Road, Derby. (April, 1920.)

Potter, Bernard E., M.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.Z.S. ; 17 Portland Place, W. (March, 1914.)

Potter, W. H. ; Whetherill, Fitzillian Avenue, Harold Wood, Essex. (July, 1926.)

Povoa, Count ; 108 Rua do Sol, Ao Rato, Lisbon, Portugal. (May, 1935.)

Princeton University Library ; U.S.A.

Puddle, F. C., Y.M.H. ; Bodnant Gardens, Tal-y-Cafn, Denbighshire. (May, 1940.)

Pycraft, W. P., A.L.S., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U., etc. ; British Museum (Nat.

Hist.), Cromwell Road, S.W. 7. (Nov., 1904.) (Hon. Mem.)

Pye, Miss L. ; High Street, Haslington, Crewe. (March, 1938.)

Quincey, R. S. de Q. ; The Yern, Bodenham, Hereford. (April, 1913.)

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Rampton, A. ; South Lake, Woodley, Berks. (Dec., 1935.)

Raven, William Henry ; 29 Cavendish Road, E. ; The Park, Nottingham. (Dec., 1939.)

Reeve, Capt. J. S., F.Z.S. ; Leadenham House, Lincoln. (March, 1908.) Reventlow, Axel ; Inspektar, Zoological Garden, Kobenhavn F., Denmark. (Jan., 1928.)

Ripley, S. Dillon ; Litchfield, Connecticut, U.S.A. (Sept., 1937.)

Risdon, D. H. S. ; Remura,” 130 Green Lane, Northwood, Middlesex. (Jan., 1934.)

Roberts, Miss Ida ; Oriana,” Montpeher Road, Hobart, Tasmania. (Jan.

1923.)

Robinson, Mrs. T. E. ; P.O. Box 2314, Bishop Trust Buildings, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. (June, 1935.)

Rothschild, Lionel de ; New Court, St. Swithin’s Lane, London, E.C. 4. (Nov., 1913.)

Rowe, Roy L. ; 624 Dorchester Road, San Mateo, California, U.S.A. (Nov., 1937.)

Roy, Ananto Kumar ; 59 Upper Chitpore Road, Calcutta, India. (March, 1934.)

Rudkin, Francis H. ; R.I., Box 31, Fillmore, California, U.S.A. (May, 1902.)

Rumsey, Lacy ; 23 Rua de Serpa Pinto, Villa Nova de Gaya, Oporto, Portugal. (April, 1919.)

Ryan, Sir G. E. ; Address unknown. (June, 1931.)

Schmidt, Paul ; Senta, Yugoslavia. (March, 1934.)

Schuyl, D. G. ; Kralingscheweg 332, Rotterdam, Holland. (Jan., 1914.) Scott, A. H. ; Blissford Pool, Fordingbridge, Hants. (March, 1934.) Scott-Hopkins, Capt. C. ; Low Hall, Kirby Moorside, Yorks. (July, 1928.) Seppings, Lieut.-Col. J. W. H., F.Z.S. ; c/o Lloyd’s Bank, Ltd., Cox & King’s Branch (G.3), 6 Pah Mall, London, S.W. 1. (Sept., 1907.) Seth-Smith, David, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; Brabourne,” Poyle Road, Guildford, Surrey. (Dec., 1894.) (Hon. Mem.)

Shakespeare, Walter ; Sefton, St. George’s Hill, Weybridge. (Aug., 1926.) Shand, Dr. W. Paterson ; 10 Wilson Street, Derby. (Dec., 1940.) Shearing, A. P. ; The Aviaries, Foxwarren Park, Cobham, Surrey. (Dec., 1931.)

Sherbrook, William ; The Old Vicarage, Tadworth, Surrey. (April, 1931.) Sherriff, A., F.Z.S. ; Edge Hill, 8 Ranulf Road, N.W. 2. (March, 1923.) Sherston, W. E. ; Otley Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk. (Aug., 1939.)

Sibley, C. L. ; Sunnyfields Farm, Wallingford, Conn., U.S.A. (Jan., 1934.) Silver, Allen, F.Z.S. ; 18 Baneswell Road, Newport, Mon.

Simpson, Archibald ; Northwold, The Crescent, Bardsey, near Leeds. (Feb., 1901.)

Simpson, H. W. ; 6 Barry Road, Stonebridge, Willesden, N.W. 10. (Nov., 1924.)

Simpson, Mrs. M. K. M. ; 98 Pittencrieff Street, Dunfermline, Fife. (May, 1937.)

Simson, Capt. Rupert, O.B.E. ; The New Inn, Kidmore End, nr. Reading. (July, 1932.)

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Sinclair, 0. E. ; 60 South Ridge Road, Durban, Natal, South Africa. (April, 1939.)

Slade, G. J. ; Shenley, 21 Wilton Crescent, Southampton. (Feb., 1915.) Smith, W. Proctor, F.Z.S. ; Bexton House, Knutsford, Cheshire. (Nov., 1917.)

Smith, Mrs. Wikoff ; Morris Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Penna, U.S.A. (Jan., 1935.)

Sotjthoff, George de, C.M.Z.S. ; 9-11 Via S. Spirito, Florence, Italy. (1921.) (Hon. Mem.)

Southport Corporation, Curator of ; Hesketh Park, Southport. (Jan., 1904.)

Spencer, Henry ; Scalby, near Scarborough. (Sept., 1928.)

Spinks, M. M. ; Tetterstones, Doddington Ridge, Nr. Wellingborough. (Aug., 1940.)

Sprawson, Evelyn, Professor, M.C., D.Sc., M.R.C.S., F.Z.S. ; Cranford, Welcomes Road, Kenley, Surrey. (June, 1923.)

Spurway, N. B. ; Meadow Court, Stoughton Drive South, Leicester. (April, 1923.)

Squire, E. 0. ; Basmead Manor, St. Neots, Hunts. (June, 1939.)

Stark, J. ; W'oods Cottage, Haddington, Scotland. (Jan., 1924.) Steinbeck, J. W. ; P.O. Box 832, Concord, California, U.S.A. (March, 1939.)

Stephens, John ; 184 Latymore Court, W. 6. (Sept., 1932.)

Steyne, Alan N. ; American Embassy, 1 Grosvenor Square, W. 1. (Sept., 1932.)

Stigand, Mrs. Pearsall ; Antica Casa Colonica, 19 Via Augusto Baldesi, San Gervasio, Florence Italy. (Dec., 1932.)

Stokes, Capt. H. S., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U., M.C. ; Longdon, Rugeley, Stafford¬ shire. (Oct., 1922.)

Strombi, Miss Dora A. ; East Bank House, Brechin, Angus. (April, 1930.) Suggitt, Robert ; Suggitt’s Lane, Cleethorpes, Grimsby. (Dec., 1903.) Sutton, Peter; 6 Holland Park Avenue, London, W. 11 (Feb., 1939.) Sweetnam, Rev. Preb. J. E., F.B.S.A. ; The Rectory, Enborne, Newbury, Berks. (Feb., 1931.)

Sykes, John ; Whitehouse Cottage, Inveresk, Musselburgh, Midlothian. (Jan., 1912.)

Sysonby, Lord ; Great Tangley Manor, Guildford, Surrey. (June, 1938.)

Taka-Tsukasa, Prince Nobusuke, F.Z.S. ; 1732 Sanchome, Kamimeguro, Megurotu, Japan. (Feb., 1914.)

Teague, P. W. ; Lybrook, Broadway, Worcestershire. (June, 1930.) Tebbitt, Michael ; 8 Malpas Drive, Pinner, Middlesex. (July, 1937.) Tennant, Hon. Stephen ; Wilsford Manor, Salisbury. (April, 1926.) Thomas, F. E. ; Edendale,” Creswick Road, Springfield Park, Acton, W. 3. (Oct., 1931.)

Thomasset, Bernard, C., F.Z.S. ; Seend, near Melksham, Wilts. (July, 1896.) Tong, Ruddy; P.O. Box 2113, Honolulu, Hawaii. (March, 1935.)

Travers, Mrs. J. ; Windmill Cottage, Mayfield, Sussex. (Dec., 1903.) Tunesi, A. W. ; 88 Stonhouse Street, Clapham, S.W. 4. (Feb., 1939.) Turner, A. Geoffrey ; Hungerford Park, Berks. (July, 1934.)

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Turner, H. B. ; Malverleys, near Newbury. (April, 1928.)

Tyser, Mrs., F.Z.S. ; Dudbrook, near Brentwood, Essex. (Jan., 1934.)

Undy, Edward Joseph ; 3 Batley Road, Wakefield. (May, 1940.)

Valentine, Ernest ; 7 Highfield, Workington, Cumberland. (May, 1899.) Van der Oije, Baron Charles Schimmelpenninck ; Oosterland Manor, Oosterland, Isle of Duiveland, Zealand, Holland. (Sept., 1939.)

Vane, E. N. T. ; Ridgeway, Joel Park Estate, Joel Street, Pinner, Middlesex. (March, 1937.)

Venning, H. C. ; Keffolds,” Haslemere, Surrey. (Jan., 1927.) Vierheller, Geo. P. ; St. Louis Zoological Park, St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. (March, 1928.)

Voy, Miss Hilda ; Oak Hall School, Haslemere, Surrey. (Sept., 1936.) Vroom, Mrs. Douglas E. ; 255 So. Beverly Glen, West Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A. (Rejoined.)

Walker, Miss H. K. O. ; Chesham, Bury, Lancs. (Feb., 1895.)

Walker, Philip ; 19 Rochester Way, Blackheath, S.E. 3. (Aug., 1939.) Waller, H. ; Kittsbury, 64 St. Julians Farm Road, West Norwood, S.E. 27. Warre, Captain George F. ; 47 Lonsdale Road, Barnes, S.W .13. (Feb.,

1936. )

Warre, Mrs. Philip ; Coppid Hall, StifFord, Essex. (June, 1935.)

Waud, Capt. L. Reginald, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; Bradley Court, Chieveley, near Newbury. (May, 1913.)

Webber, Leonard C. ; H.M.A.S. Vendetta, c/o G.P.O., London. (June, 1935.) * Weber, Orlando F., Junr. ; 22 East 82nd Street, New York, U.S.A. (Jan.,

1937. )

W estmacott, Captain G. R., D.S.O. ; Rodmell Farm, near Lewes, Sussex. (Feb., 1933.)

Westmacott, Lady ; Hotel Venddme, Place Vendome, Paris, le. (Dec., 1928.)

Weston, Clifford ; Hall Leys, Oadby, near Leicester. (Jan., 1938.) Wharton-Tigar, Mrs. N., F.Z.S. ; 10 Charlcott Crescent, N.W. 1. (July, 1932.) Whitburn, Mrs. C. M. S. ; Amport St. Mary’s, Andover, Hants. (July,

1934. )

Whiteley, F. G. L. ; Heath Lodge, Knutsford, Cheshire. (March, 1939.) Whitmore, G. E. ; 168 High Street, West Bromwich, Birmingham. (July,

1935. )

Wickett, Frederick ; Penarth, Ringlet, Cameron Highlands, Malaya. (March, 1939.)

Wilkins, A. ; Rendcombe, Chesham, Bucks. (April, 1930.)

W illfobd, Henry ; San Souci, Havenstreet, Ryde, Isle-of- Wight. (Nov., 1907.)

Williams, Sidney, F.Z.S. ; 19 Beechdale, Winchmore Hill, N. 21. (Oct., 1905.)

Wilson, Alec M. ; Middlemoor, Presteigne, Radnorshire. (Oct., 1939.)

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Wilson, And., F.Z.S. ; 233 Argyle Street, Glasgow, C. 2. (April, 1927.) Winter, Dwight ; Center and Negley Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.A. (1922.)

Witting, R. C. ; The Gables,” West Horsley, Surrey. (July, 1937.)

Wood, Dr. Casey, F.Z.S. ; McGill University Library, Montreal, Canada. (Sept., 1922.)

Wood, J. A. (Quantity Surveyor) ; 681- Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W.,

Australia. (Oct., 1940.)

Wood, Mrs. Muriel ; 8 Lambolle Road, N.W. 3. (July, 1927.)

Woolf, Dr. E. B. ; 6th Floor, Pasteur Chambers, Jeppe Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. (Oct., 1940.)

Workman, William Hughes, F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. ; Lismore, Windsor Avenue, Belfast. (May, 1903.)

Wormald, Hugh ; Heathfield, East Dereham, Norfolk. (Rejoined.)

Yamashina, The Most Hon. The Marquis ; 49 Nampeidai-Machi, Shibuya- Ku, Tokyo, Japan. (July, 1938.)

Yealland, John ; 1 Cemetery Road, Binstead, Isle of Wight. (July, 1934.)

Zipp, W. C. H. ; P.O. Box 6899, 430 Commissioner Street, Kensington, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. (April, 1937.)

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Basse, Frederick ; St. Austell, Burnside Road, Kensington Gardens, Adelaide, South Australia.

Benn, J. E. ; 2 Laureate Street, Pt. Pirie West, South Australia.

Cosgrove, C. C. ; 11 Meredyth Avenue, Millswood Estate, Adelaide, South Australia.

Dunstone, Dr. ; Woodville Road, Woodville, Adelaide, South Australia.

Hamilton, Dr. Wm. ; Portrush Road, Marryatville, Adelaide, South Australia.

Harvey, S. (Hon. Secretary) ; 80 Northgate Street, Millswood, Adelaide, South Australia.