The title of the paper presented at Ottawa is “Hawaiian Notes.” These naturally grouped themselves into three parts: First, the facts observed in Oahu, particularly about Diamond head; second, the further study of the supposed caldera at Mokohea; and, third, the latest eruption from Kilauea. For publication I have thought best to offer the two brochures relating to Diamond head and Mohokea, which supplement papers previously published in the Bulletin. The third topic will be treated elsewhere.
This is a well formed, secondary crater, adjacent to Honolulu and so conspicuously situated that it is familiar to all travelers. Since the publication of my paper on the geology of Oahu several geologists have visited it and published their observations. As these represent divergent views, I took the pains to reexamine the locality in my last visit, in 1905, and present herewith both the abstracts of the statements of . . .