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  • Wall, Barbara Helen (Victoria University of Wellington, [19--])
    William Ferguson Massey assumed the office of Prime Minister of New Zealand on 10 July 1912 and he held this position until his death on 11 May 1925. Throughout this long period of office, he never had the good fortune to ...
  • Wall, Barbara Helen (Victoria University of Wellington, [19--])
    William Ferguson Massey assumed the office of Prime Minister of New Zealand on 10 July 1912 and he held this position until his death on 11 May 1925. Throughout this long period of office, he never had the good fortune to ...
  • Code word 238 (Victoria University of Wellington, [19--])
    The existence of a red nickel diquinoline thiocyanate had previously been reported from this laboratory. As this colour is unusual among nickel compounds, the further investigation of the substance was undertaken as the ...
  • Unknown author (Victoria University of Wellington, [19--])
    The general purpose of the thesis is to make a critical survey of the immigration policies which have been adopted in this country. My original intention was to cover the whole field from the earliest times of our history ...
  • Henderson, G.M (Victoria University of Wellington, 1917)
    In reading the history of New Zealand, one is immediately struck by the great importance of the Native question. For about twenty years after the arrival of the first immigrants in 1840 the Aborigines outnumbered the ...
  • Grigg, Felix John Theodore (Victoria University of Wellington, 1922)
    The work outlined in this thesis comprises the chemical analysis of the waters of the principal lakes and streams of the Thermal District (Rotorua - Taupo) of New Zealand, and the estimation of the radium emanation and ...
  • Reader, Vera Birdie (Victoria University of Wellington, 1923)
    The rate of bromination of Aromatic compounds has been found to vary greatly, some reactions being almost instantaneous, e.g. bromination of phenol with three molecules of bromine to form symmetrical tribromo-phenol, whilst ...
  • Herrick, M. M. (Victoria University of Wellington, 1924)
    Although a considerable amount of work has been done by various investigators on the nitro-bromo-derivatives of metacresol the series ss not yet complete, and some confusion exists as to identity of certain members. This ...
  • Foster, Laurence Dallington (Victoria University of Wellington, 1925)
    When the early colonists settled in New Zealand they brought with them, as a matter of course, the grain grown in the countries from which they had come. In the light of later knowledge it is apparent that these grains may ...
  • Peryman, Henry Lipman Erle (Victoria University of Wellington, 1925)
    Amongst the multitude of papers to be found in the various volumes of the Journal of the Chemical Society, comparatively few appear to have been devoted to studies of nitration reactions, particularly those occurring among ...
  • Fletcher, John Robert (Victoria University of Wellington, 1926)
    The determination of the structure of a group of compounds known as the amaroids has baffled chemists for over half a century because of the molecular rearrangements which they readily undergo. The group, which may be ...
  • Richardson, George Maxwell (Victoria University of Wellington, 1926)
    The discovery and extended use of cryoscopic methods for solving the problems of physical chemistry is undeniably one of the features of recent developments in this science, and few other experimental methods can claim ...
  • Spurdle, Frederick George (Victoria University of Wellington, 1926)
    In an attempt at an examination of the land deals made by our own countrymen with the natives of this country, we find ourselves face to face with a problem, which itself has been productive of greater heart burning, greater ...
  • McKenzie, Mary Isabel (Victoria University of Wellington, 1926)
    In choosing as the subject of my thesis "The Life and Work of Sir John Salmond" I was not prompted by any close personal interest in the man, or by a previous extensive knowledge of his work. He was not a man who was ever ...
  • Copping, Alice Mary (Victoria University of Wellington, 1926)
    It is remarkable to note how little attention has been paid to the study of nitration of aromatic compounds in the advance of organic research. The first papers of interest were those published by Martinsen (J.C.S. 1905, ...
  • Mather, Winifred Margaret (Victoria University of Wellington, 1927)
    The Hutt Valley a very pleasant spot, amply blest with rain and sunshine and with sufficient frost. Thus the aspect of the vegetation presents pleasing harmonies and contrasts and offers ample scope for observation. All ...
  • Avann, Alice Rona (Victoria University of Wellington, 1927)
    A thesis, dealing with a subject such as this, naturally demands authoritative figures as confirmation of statements made; but unfortunately State Records, pertinent to the question of the number of, and the provision for, ...
  • Beaglehole, Ernest (Victoria University of Wellington, 1927)
    If we may believe the cf. Higham-Advertising ch. II, social and political records of the world one hundred years ago, it is extremely problematical whether there existed in England, for example, anything of the nature of ...
  • Handcock, Kenneth Allen (Victoria University of Wellington, 1928)
    The addition of a halogen molecule to an unsaturated compound is a complex process in which many reactions may take place at the same time. The rate of addition is very sensitive to slight traces of impurities and different ...
  • Laing, A.C.M (Victoria University of Wellington, 1928)
    GENERAL: The mapped area (see Fig. 1.) covers about 65 square miles consisting substantially of the subsheet N150/5 lying about 15 miles to the S.E. of Dannevirke and straddling the Dannevirke - Weber and the Dannevirke - ...

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