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The Cambrian . .'•■' Natural Observer. AND QUARTERLY JOURNAL 0» THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF WALES. The Astronomical Society of Wales was founded in 1894-5 for the promotion of the study of Astronomy and the allied Sciences. President:—James Waugh. M.A., Higher Grade School. Cardiff. Vice-presidents:—Geo. Garslake Thompson. LL.M., Park-road. Penarth. and Professor Lloyd Tanner. M.A.. P.R.A.S. Librarian:—George A. S. Atkinson. B.Sc. F.R.A.S., Oakfield-street. Cardiff. Editor and Assistant Secretary:—Arthur Mee, F.RA.S., Tremynfa, Llanishen, Cardiff. Secretary:— Miss E. Graham Hagerty. A.E.C.Sc.. Higher Grade School, Cardiff. Treasurer:—Chaa. M. Hen8man. Lloyds Bank, Penar*h. Other Members of Council:—Rev. W. E. Winks. P.R.A.S., Norman Lattey, D. B. W. Powel. D. Conta, and A. A. Williams. Besides its circulation amongst the Associates and Members of the Astronomical Society of Wales, copies of the " Cambrian Statural Observer" are supplied to the Public Libraries of Wales and Monmouthshire, and to various Astronomical, Meteor¬ ological and other institutions at home and abroad. Vol. III., New Series.] OCT., 1900 [No. 2