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BENEFACTIONS.

LIST OF PRINCIPAL BENEFACTIONS

M A D E T O T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F M E L B O U R N E S I N C E I T S F O U N D A T I O N I N 1853.

1864 SUBSCRIBERS (Sec, G. W. Rusden) . . . . £856

1871 H E N R Y TOLMAN DWIGHT B000

1 S 7 1 i EDWARD WILSON I 1 n n n

( LACHLAN MACKINNON i l u u u

1873 SIR GEORGE FERGUSON BOWEN 100

1873 J O H N HASTIE 19,140 1873 GODFREY HOWTTT . . .'. 1000 1873 SIR WILLIAM FOSTER STAWELL 655 1875 SIR SAMUEL WILSON 30,000 1883 J O H N DIXON WYSELASKIE 8400 1884 WILLIAM THOMAS MOLLISON 5000

1884 SUBSCRIBERS 150 1887 WILLIAM CHARLES KERNOT 2000

1887 FRANCIS ORMOND 20,000 1890 ROBERT DIXSON 10,837 1890 SUBSCRIBERS 5217 1891 JAMES GEORGE BEANEY 3900

1894 DAVID KAY 5764 1897 SUBSCRIBERS 750

Shakespeare Scholarship.

Prizes for History and Education.

"Argus" Scholarship in Engineering.

Prize for English Essay.

General Endowment.

Scholarships in Natural History.

Scholarship in Engineering.

Erection of Wilson Hall.

Scholarships.

Scholarships in Modern Languages.

Prize for Mathematics, in memory of Prof.

Wilson.

Scholarships for Physical and Chemical Re- search.

Professorship of Music.

Scholarships in Chemistry, Physics, Mathe- matics, and Engineering.

Ormond Exhibitions in Music.

Scholarships in Surgery and Pathology.

Caroline? Kay Scholarships.

Research Scholarship in Biology, In memory of Sir James MacBain,

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BENEFACTIONS (Continued).

1002 ROBERT ALEXANDER WRIGHT £1000 1902 WILLIAM CHARLES KERNOT 1000 1903 J O H N H E N R Y MACFARLAND 100

1903 GRADUATES' F U N D 466 1903 TEACHING S T A F F 11B0

including Professor Spencer . . £258 Professor Gregory . . 100

Professor Masson . . 100

1903 SUBSCRIBERS 105 1903 GEORGE McARTHUR

1904-6 SUBSCRIBERS TO UNIVERSITY F U N D President—Janet Lady Clarke Treasurer—Henry Butler Secretary—Charles Bage SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS—

MRS. AUBREY BOWEN BOO HENRY BOURNES HIGGINS 1000

DAVID SYME 3000 FREDERICK S H E P P A R D GRIMWADE . . 1000

MR. AND MRS. A. E. T. P A Y N E AND MR. i .n n

AND MRS. J . W. P A Y N E i u u

SIR HENRY J O H N WRIXON 600 MEMBERS OF BAR ASSOCIATION . . . . 647

SUBSCRIBERS ( S e c , R. J. Larking) . . . . 1055

Pi-izes for Music and for Mechanical Engineer.

ing.

Metallurgical Laboratory Equipment.

Metallurgical Laboratory Equipment.

General Expenses.

General Expenses.

Prize in memory of Alexander Sutherland.

Library of 2600 Books.

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Equipment of Pathological Museum.

Scholarship for Study of Poetry.

Prize for Scientific Research in Australia.

Prize for Technical Chemical Research.

Exhibition in Veterinary Science.

Exhibition in Agriculture.

John Madden Exhibition in Law.

Chamber of Commerce Exhibition, and Prize at Commercial Examinations.

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DONATIONS O F £100 AND UPWARDS—

ANDREW CARNEGIE £1000 PROPRIETORS OF " T H E ARGUS" . . . , 100

Buildings and Equipment.

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1907 1907 1908 1908 1908 1908 1909 1909 1909

aoo

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 206 100 100 100 100 ion 105 100

£1286 1200 1000

200 116 400 171

J A M E S STEWART 26,624 N E I L WALTER BLACK

MRS. WALTER BRIDGES J A N E T LADY CLARKE SIMON FRASER SIR SAMUEL GILLOTT J O H N GRICE

W E S L E Y R. HALL ALICE MANIFOLD EDWARD MANIFOLD WILLIAM T. MANIFOLD DAVID ORME MASSON

MELBOURNE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MRS. ALBERT MILLER

MRS. EDWARD MILLER WALTER BALDWIN SPENCER

GEORGE ALEXANDER S T E P H E N . . . J O H N TRAILL

WILLIAM WEATHERLY MRS. WILLIAM W E A T H E R L Y O T H E R DONATIONS . . MRS. EDITH LANSELL MRS. J E S S I E LEGGATT . . WILLIAM CHARLES KERNOT SUBSCRIBERS

HERMAN HENRY SCHLAPP . . SUBSCRIBERS

Buildings and Equipment.

J A M E S CUMING J A M E S CUMING

1000 1000

George Lansell Scholarship In Mining Engineering.

Scholarship in Law.

Research Scholarship in Geology.

Equipment of Anatomy School.

Ore-treatment Plant.

Ore-treatment Plant.

Scholarships in and Advancement of Anatomy.

Medicine, and Surgery.

Prize for Agricultural Chemistry. ^ For Veterinary Operating Theatre, ^

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BENEFACTIONS (Continued).

1909 SUBSCRIBERS i'260 1910 SUBSCRIBERS 134 1910 GEORGE SWINBURNE 150 1910 T. EDWARDS

1910 N. GUTHRIDGE LTD

1910 P E R H. B. SILBERBERG & CO

1611 ALEX. COWAN & SONS LTD 1K(1

CROSSLEY BROS. LTD 1 0 u

1911 N E I L WALTER BLACK 2065 1911 MRS. M. B. F U L T O N 969 1911 JAMES WILLIAM BARRETT BOO

1911 SUBSCRIBERS 102 1912 WILLIAM HARBISON 2500 1912 MADAME MELBA 1000 1912 BABCOCK & WILCOX LIMITED

1918 SUBSCRIBERS 189 1913 MRS. J E S S I E ALEXANDER BAIRD CURRIE 600

1913 J . BARTRAM & SON

1913 DAVID SYME CHARITABLE TRUST . . . . 500

1913 SUBSCRIBERS 622 1913 MISS MARY L. REID 300 1913 JAMES WILLIAM BARRETT 276 1913 MRS. ROBERT REID 100 1913 J O H N GRICE 1000 1914 JAMES WILLIAM BARRETT 500

1914 GEORGE ADLINGTON SYME 260

1914 SUBSCRIBERS 104 191B ALEXANDER MORRISON 276

1916 MR. AND MRS. JAMES GOSSIP MELVIN 1000

Dublin Prize.

Jamieson Prize.

For Purchase of Apparatus.

Machinery valued at £205.

Machinery valued at £140.

Machinery valued at £160, donated by F. W. Braun and W. Ainsworth & Sons.

Ore-treatment Plant.

At disposal of Faculty of Science.

For Medical Scholarship.

Department of Anthropology.

Professor Morris Prize.

Harbison-Higinbotham Scholarship, Melba Hall.

Machinery valued a t £100.

Professor Laurie Prize.

John Baird Bursary.

Machinery valued at £100.

Equipment for Experimental Physiology.

Physiology Extension.

Melba Hall.

Mr. Albert Mansbrldge's Expenses to Aus- tralia.

Melba Hall.

Temporary Cancer Research Scholarship.

Clinical Research Fund.

Clinical Research Fund.

Clinical Research Fund.

Advancement of Knowledge of Nervous System.

John Melvin Memorial Scholarship.

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1916 1916 1916 1917 J917 J919

MR. AND MRS. J O S E P H L E V I i 1000 WALTER AND ELIZA HALL T R U S T E E S 350 p.a.

SUBSCRIBERS 220 PRINCIPAL BASE METAL COMPANIES .

MRS. EDWARD BAGE 1050 MRS. A N N I E WILSON 2000 ORIENT L I N E O F ROYAL MAIL

STEAMERS

Keith Levi Memorial Scholarship.

Veterinary Science Research Fellowship.

G. C Mathison Memorial Lectureship.

A trust formed for the purpose of awarding In t h t University of Melbourne each year two Bursaries in Mining and Metallurgy.

Robert Bage Memorial Scholarship.

B G. Wilson Scholarships.

Three First-Ciass Return Passages annually, from 1909 to 1916 and 1919 to 1920.

1920-1 SUBSCRIBERS TO T H E UNIVERSITY A P P E A L . CUMING SMITH & CO. PTY. LTD. £5260

SIR J . M. & LADY HIGGINS 6200 MR. & MRS. F. KNIGHT B000 SIR J O H N GRICE 2000 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR G. SWEET 1500

UNIVERSITY WAR MEMORIAL

COMMITTEE 1022 HON. W. M. McPHERSON 1037

SIR J O H N MACFARLAND 1000 J O H N SANDERSON 1000 ESTATE LATE H. GYLES TURNER 1000

H. B. HOWARD SMITH 1000 J . F . W. P A Y N E 1000 MRS. ALBERT MILLEU 1000 NATIONAL BANK OF AUS-

TRALASIA 1000 MR. and MRS. W. H. SWANTON . . 1000

DUNLOP RUBBER CO. O F AUS-

TRALASIA 1000 VICTORIAN S A I L O R S AND

SOLDIERS' INSURANCE TRUST 1000

OS

WALTER & ELIZA H A L L TRUST £760 § LEGAL PROFESSION OF VICTORIA 739 ss SIR J O H N MONASH 600 g SIR G. A. SYME 600 o MR. J U S T I C E HIGGINS 600 H H E N R Y BERRY & CO, PTY. LTD. . . 500 o MESSRS. BAILLIEU . . .- BOO g EDWARD S T E V E N S BOO "

HERBERT BROOKES 600 MRS. F . W. ARMYTAGE BOO HOWARD SMITH LTD BOO ESTATE LATE G. SWEET 600

A. T. DANKS BOO

" A . N . T . " 450 J O H N RUSSELL MACPHERSON

FUND, P E R MR. P . A. MOULE 400 No. 1 REST HOME 307 . SUBSCRIBERS FOR SPENCER

PRIZES 299 JT M. M. BBODIE 250 S WILLIAM G. SPEIGG 260 —

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BENEFACTIONS (Continued).

1920-1 SUBSCRIBERS TO T H E U N I V E I i S I T l ' A P P E A L (Continued).

GENERAL H. W. GRIMWADE £250 W. R U S S E L L GRIMWADE 250 PATERSON, LAING & BRUCE LTD. 260

GEORGE FAIRBAIRN 260 STEWART G. BLACK 250 MICHAELIS, H A L L E N S T E I N & CO.

PTY. LTD 260 KODAK (AUST.) PTY. LTD 260

BALL & WELCH PTY. LTD 250 CALEDONIAN COLLIERIES LTD. . . 250 AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIPS LTD. . . 250

I)ALGETY & CO. LTD 260 MclLWRAITH, MCEACHARN'S L I N E

P T Y . LTD 260 J . H. GRICE 250 MRS. J. T. WEATHERLY 200

SIR JAMES BARRETT 200 AUSTRALIAN P A P E R & P U L P CO.

LTD 160 RICHARD A L L E N & SONS PTY.

LTD 160 N E W ZEALAND LOAN & MER-

CANTILE AGENCY CO. LTD. . . 160

PROFESSOR ATKINSON 150 McNAUGHTON. LOVE & CO. PTY.

LTD 105 VISCOUNT NOVAR 100

SIR ARTHUR L. STANLEY 100 SIR W. H. I R V I N E 100 GEORGE SWINBURNE 100 MRS. WILLIAM SMITH 100

DR. DAVID GRANT E. E. D. CLARKE A. S. AUSTIN D. E. McBRIDE MRS. M. A. MILLS H. T. WILSON M. P . H A N S E N P H I L I P RUSSELL

PROFESSOR H E N R Y LAURIE . . MRS. M. AND MR. A. E. GRANT MISS HILDA GRICE

MISS ELSA GRICE

MR. AND MRS. C. W. MILLER . . ALEC. L. L A N E

CAPT. AND MRS. S. M. BRUCE MRS. J E S S I E S. FRASER L. F. MILLER

DR. J . P. WILSON J O H N MAY

ROBERT REID & CO. LTD D. M. FRASER

MR. J U S T I C E SCIIUTT J, N E V I L L E FRASER T. M. STEWART

SIR WALTER MANIFOLD . . C. SIUBALD CURRIE J . SHEPHARD T. BRUNTON & CO DR. .1. W. GRICE

MR. J U S T I C E McARTHUR . . . . P E T E R S O N & CO. PTY. LTD. . .

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100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 a

100 53 100 5 ioo y 100 •*•

100 a. 100 2 ioo 2 ioo S 100 ' ioo ioo ioo ioo ioo ioo ion ioo ioo ioo ioo ioo

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1920-1 SUBSCRIBERS TO T H E UNIVERSITY A P P E A L (Continued).

1922 1923

1924

J . C. TRAILL ilOO T. R. ASHWORTH 100 AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE, LAND

& F I N A N C E CO. LTD 100 CRAIG, WILLIAMSON PTY. LTD. . . 100

MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD. 100

MISS MARY REID 100

"W.H.M." 100 DR. J. RAMSAY 100 J . G. MELVIN 100 MRS. A. BROWN 100 WM. DRUMMOND & CO 100 O R I E N T AND P . & O. COS. (jointly)

DR. BEATTIE SMITH £1000 VIC. CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES . . 1500 p.c

SIR SAMUEL GILLOTT 41,248 C. E. E. CHILDERS

SIR J O H N GRICE

SIR J O H N AND LADY HIGGINS . . . . C. D. LLOYD

MRS. WILLIAM SMITH

COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT . . . ABERDEEN, BLUE F U N N E L . COMMON-

W E A L T H . ORIENT, and P . AND ().

L I N E S (jointly) K. A. HENDERSON

SIR J O H N AND LADY HIGGINS . . . . 100 300 2000 1000 600 500 p.a.

100 600

COLONIAL SUGAR R E F I N I N G CO. £100 MR. AND MRS. J . A. LEVEY" . . . . 100 ROBERT H A R P E R & CO. PTY. LTD. 100

GEORGE LUSH 100 MR. AND MRS. D. STUART MURRAY 100

GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. LTD. 100

BANK OF VICTORIA 100

K TATE 100 A. A. QUICK 100 C. G. WORSLEY 100 E. H . MCGREGOR ioo AMOUNTS UNDER £100 3437 Thrce First-Ciass Return Passages annually

for 1921 and 1922.

Lectures in Insanity.

General Endowment.

General Endowment, Childers Memorial Prize.

Architectural Library.

Veterinary and Agricultural Research.

J. C. Llnyd Exhibit ions in Architecture.

General Endowment.

Aerodynamic Laboratory.

Thren First-Class from 1923.

Architectural School Equipment.

Veterinary and Agricultural Research.

Return Passages annually

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BENEFACTIONS (Continued).

MRS. W. G. SHARP .tlOOO W. G. Sharp Bursary.

SUBSCRIBERS 1B0 Professor Nanson Prize.

T E N METAL COMPANIES 400 p.a. Chair of Metallurgy.

MR. AND MRS. R. J . ALCOCK 1000 Alwyn Stewart Memorial Scholarship.

MRS. E. R. MORAN 10,000 Placed on Trust to establish five Moran Bursaries.

F R E D . KNIGHT 1000 ( « , » „ „ , „ „ „ „ , „ „ SUBSCRIBERS 1977 J Medical Research.

MRS. BESSIE THOMPSON BOO Engineering Bursary.

1925 EDWARD S T E V E N S Clock for Tower of New Arts Building.

SUBSCRIBERS 334 Kernot Memorial Medal.

EDWARD WILSON (The Argua) TRUST 9206 Obstetrical Research.

MINING AND METALLURGICAL

BURSARIES F U N D 100 Research Scholarship.

MINING AND METALLURGICAL

BURSARIES F U N D 858 Electrical Equipment.

E. J . B. N U N N B300 General Endowment.

TRUSTEES, R E T U R N E D SAILORS AND

SOLDIERS' SCHOLARSHIP F U N D . . . . 300 For Scholarship for Soldiers' Orphans.

EDWARD WILSON (The Argua) Trust . . 900 Psychiatric Research.

EDWARD WILSON (The Argua) Trust . . HBO Gastric Research.

1926 WILLIAM MACLEOD 400 Pathology Equipment.

K. A. H E N D E R S O N 100 Architectural School Equipment.

SIR J O H N MACFARLAND 100 Conservatorium Building Fund.

GEORGE ALLAN 100 EDWARD S T E V E N S 100 JAMES DYER 100 R. J . F L E T C H E R 7500 Medical Research.

"A.N.T." 260 Research.

DAVID AITCHISON AND MISS ELIZA

CAVE HICKMAN 13,862 Scholarships,

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! G. H. SUTTON £B00 Classical Museum.

W. R. PEARSON 3900 Scholarship in Economics.

W. R. PEARSON 8900 Tubercular Research.

MRS. E. R. MORAN 3000 To Supplement Moran Bursaries.

1927 SIDNEY MYER 60,000 General Endowment.

SIR GEORGE TALLIS 2760 Conservatorium Additions.

E. TRUBY WILLIAMS B000 Library Endowment.

CARNEGIE CORPORATION O F N E W

YORK 2060 Adult Education.

MINING AND METALLURGICAL

BURSARIES F U N D 100 Metallurgical Apparatus.

SUBSCRIBERS TO T H E LIBRARY APPEAL—

EDWARD S T E V E N S £100

" A . N . T . " 100 E. J . STOCK 100 MRS. A L B E R T MILLER 100

DAVID SYME TRUST 1060 GEORGE ANDERSON 250 AMOUNTS UNDER £100 427

DR. E. F. J . LOVE Nearly 600 volumes of scientific works.

" A . N . T . " 100 Research.

W. A. E. GRAHAM 500 Memorial tablet to late Dr. Geo. Graham and Medical Library endowment.

R. B. RITCHIE 22,185 Ritchie Memorial Chair of Economics.

MYER EMPORIUM LTD 100 Furniture of Students' Room, Conservatorium.

SUBSCRIBERS 613 Liet Memorial Prizes in French, 1928 D. E. LEWIS 2000 Engineering Laboratory Extension.

M a o P H E B S O N ROBERTSON B00 Bacteriology Department.

" A . N . T . " 600 University Appeal Fund.

MRS. HARRY EMMERTON 2000 Law Scholarship.

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BENEFACTIONS (Continued).

13. F . MILLAR £4000 R. J . ALCOCK 2086 EDWARD S T E V E N S

NATIONAL BANK 100 CROSSLE, SCOTT & D U F F PTY. LTD. . .

CHAMBER OP MANUFACTURES 2023

D. J. MoCLELLAND 100 M I S S AT. A. PAHTL-ILTT

K. A. HENDERSON 100 EDWARD WILSON (The Argus) TRUST 400

VICTORIAN F E R T I L I S E R ASSOCIATION 100

M a c P H K RSON ROBERTSON 1000

1929 R . B . R I T C H I E 6900 SUBSCRIBERS S50

J O H N BELL 100 MISS L. E. ARMSTRONG 200

F E L T O N BEQUEST 600 DANKS TRUST 100 H. V. McKAY TRUST 1B0

"A.N.T." 250 NATIONAL BANK 100

MINING AND METALLURGICAL

BURSARIES TRUST 150 H. BROOKES 100 SHELL COY 100 EDWARD WILSON (The Argus) TRUST 20,000

F . A. KERNOT 5062 DR. C. W. G. ROCHE 1000 EDWARD S T E V E N S 500 MISSES M. AND G. TURNER . . . 500

General Endowment.

Medical Research Scholarships.

Stained Glass Window, Wilson Hall.

Publication Foundation.

Engineering Equipment to the value of £100.

Two Scholarships in Memory of James Cuming.

Engineering Library Fittings.

T r u s t I'or R e s e a r c h S c h o l a r s h i p s of £100.

Architecture Library.

Cancer Research.

Loss on Sir John Russell's Lectures.

Engineering and Bacteriology Depts.

Ritchie Memorial Chair of Economics.

Law Library in appreciation of Sir Harrison Moore's work,

cancer Research.

Research.

University Press.

Metallurgy Dept.

Orchestral Concerts.

Engineering Department.

3 per cent. Stock for Chair of Obstetrics.

Engineering School.

Thalia Roche Memorial Demonstrations in Obstetrics.

Improvement of Grounds.

Sir George Turner Scholarship in Law.

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E D W A R D W I L S O N ( T H E A R G U S )

T R U S T 400 G a s t r i c R e s e a r c h . E D W A R D W I L S O N (TILE A R G U S )

T R U S T 580 M e n t a l Deficiency Clinic.

M I S S E . E . H . C H R I S P 780 J. G. C h r i s p L a w B u r s a r y . 1930 M I N I N G AJSTD M E T A L L U R G I C A L ,

B U R S A R I E S .FUND 200 M e t a l l u r g i c a l PJquipmcnt.

M I N I N G A N D M E T A L L U R G I C A L

B U R S A R I E S F U N D 200 X - R a y E q u i p m e n t . E L E C T R O L Y T I C Z I N C CO 200 R e s e a r c h .Scholarship.

MACPHERSON ROBERTSON - - - - 300 Engineering Equipment.

N A T I O N A L B A N K 100 U n i v e r s i t y P r e s s .

R. B. R I T C H I E 996 R i t c h i e C h a i r of E c o n o m i c s . A . N . T 250 Medif.il R e s e a r c h .

S U P R E M E C O U R T L I B R A R Y ' F U N D 30,i)0n C h a i r r.f P u b l i c L a w . M R S . M A R I O N BOOT1TRT 8711 N o c o n d i t i o n s .

M I S S E S M. a n d G. T U R N E R 100 L a d y T u r n e r P r i z e in Music.

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A N N U A L R E P O R T , 1929-1930.

R E P O R T OF T H E PROCEEDINGS OF T H E U N I V E R S I T Y PROM 31st JULY, .1929, t o 3 1 S T J U L Y , 1030.

To H I S EXCELI.K.NCV,

T H E H O K . S I B W I L L I A M H I M . IRVINE, K.C.M.G..

LIEUT.-GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA.

MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY,

I have t h e honour, in accordance with Section 43 of the University Act, 1928, to submit to your Excellency t h e following report of t h e proceedings of the University during t h e past year : —

1.—NUMBERS OF STUDENTS.

The number of students in each of the last six years is shown in t h e following Table. The figures include Re- search Students:—

Taking Year. Course for

Degree or Diploma 192-1 . . . 1,992 1 9 2 5 * •... 2,259 1920 ... 2,440 1927 ... 2,533 1928 ... 2,484 1929 ... 2,626

• Music students are

Taking Silicic- Subjects.

. . . 205 . . . 353 ... 414 ... 452 . . 507 ... 493 ...

Total.

2,197 2,612 2,854 2,985 2,991 3,119 included for the first time.

S T U D E N T S A T T E N D I N G L E C T U R E S , ETC.

The following table shows the number of students attending lectures at t h e University during the year 1929 (including Evening Lectures) :—

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ANNUAL REPORT, 1929-30

1009

Schools.

A g r i c u l t u r e Arch. Atelier A r c h i t e c t u r e Arts* - C o m m e r c e * • Dentistry E d u c a t i o n •

,, Master of • E n g i n e e r i n g J o u r n a l i s m * Law* -

„ Clerks Medicine

„ S i x t h Year - Music

Public H e a l t h - Research Science Veterinary • Total -

17 18 10

8

61

84

32

85

315 9 9 9

23

49

69

18

61

247 10

6 16

15 90

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48 36 37 923 450 72 112 1 220 14 191 116

393 238 C 29 232 1 3119

* In these schools there is no strict division of the course into 3'ears.

• Included in the above are t h e following students who

;are not attending the University, but are receiving tuition by correspondence—Arts 177, Education 9, Commerce 48, Law 31.

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A N N U A L R E P O R T , 1 9 2 9 - 3 0

The number attending Evening Lectures was 720 (Com- merce 402, Arts 318) ; the nuinbor of women students was- 881 (Music 197, Arts 428, Science 75, Education 48).

The number of Free Students was :—

Nominated by the Education Department—

33 2 43 23 6 53 1 19 5 43 17 Nominated by the University High School—

1 1 4 3

Nominated by the Railways Commissioners—

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260 3.—ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS.

The number of candidates for decrees of Bachelor- and for Diplomas who presented themselves and who passed their respective Annual Examinations at t h e examinations of December, 1929, and March, 1930, is shown in the following table ;—

Schools.

E d u c a t i o n - Science Dentistrv - Engineering A r c h i t e c t u r e A g r i c u l t u r e V e t e r i n a r y • Music -

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79 34 12 24 8 10

24 63

20 40

Totals.

9G 177 7fi 201 59 42 1 00

135 38 38: 1 79

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ANNUAL REPORT, 1929-30

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The following are t h e corresponding figures for subjects passed in those schools in which t b e course is not divided into years .—

Scliools.

Arts (Ordinarv Decree) - A r t s (Degree with Hons)

Law -

J o u r n a l i s m . . . .

Commerce . . . .

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The following are t h e corresponding figures of t h e Divisional Examinations in tho Medical Course on account of t h e year 1929-30.

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS.

DIVISION I.

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The iiumbeB who have presented themselves and passed at the examinations for higher degrees is as follows :—

EXAMINATIONS FOK H I G H E R DEGREES.

Presented. Passed.

Master of Arts - - - - Vi - 7 Master of Education, second year - 1 - 1 Master of Science - - - - 7 - 7 Master of Surgery 1 • 1 Master of Civil Engineering - - 3 - 2 Master of Mechanical Engineering I - 1

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1 3 - 2 - 1 4 3 32 -

3 - 1

1 3 2

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Master of Electrical Engineering Master of Agricultural Science Master of Veterinary Science Master of Commerce

Doctor of Letters - - - Doctor of Science -

Doctor of Medicine Doctor of Dental Science Doctor of Veterinary Science

4.—DEGREES C O N F E R R E D .

The number of degrees conferred and diplomas and licences granted during the year 1929-30, including admissions of graduates of other Universities, is given below:

Bachelor of Arts—

Ordinary degree 54 Degree with honours - - 43

Bachelor of Science - - - 39

Bachelor of Laws 41 Bachelor of Medicine and

Bachelor of Surgery - - 57 Bachelor of Civil Engineering - 20 Bachelor of Mining Engineering - 1 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering 3 Bachelor of Metallurgical Engineering 1

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering JO

Bachelor of Music 9 Bachelor of Dental Science - - 16

Bachelor of Agricultural Science - 7

Bachelor of Commerce 42 Master of Arts 30 Master of Education - - - 1

Master of Science 7 Master of Surgery - - - - ]

Master of Civil Engineering - - 2 Master of Mechanical Engineering - 1 Master of Electrical Engineering 1 Master of Agricultural Science - 3 Master of Veterinary Science - 2

Doctor of Letters 2

Doctor of Science . . . 3

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Doctor of Medicine 13 Doctor of Dental Science 2 Doctor of Veterinary Science - - J.

Diploma in Music 12 Diploma of Education 49 Diploma of Public Health 3 Diploma of Architecture - - 9

Diploma of Architectural Design - 5 Diploma in Commerce - - 14

5.—PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.

The following table shows the number of candidates who presented themselves for and who passed the School Intermediate and the School Leaving Examinations of December, 1929 and February, 1930, and t h e percentage of passes in each case :—

,- . Entries Percentage Examination. ~ .". to pass Passed. of

t n t n e s . E x a m Passes.

DBCRHBKR, 1929

School Intermediate School Leaving

FKBRUARV, 1930

School Intermediate School Leaving

] 10594

| 3538 5837 2720 1447 747

2365 1129 706 409

40.51*

41.58*

48.79 54.76

CLASS A CANDIDATKS.

Included in the above were a number of candidates in whose cases Headmasters' Certificates were accepted as wholly or partially satisfying t h e requirements of the examination, with the following results :—

DHCKMBRR, 1029 School I n t e r m e d i a t e School L e a v i n g

FEBRUARY, 1930 S c h o o l I n t e r m e d i a t e S c h o o l L e a v i n g

To Passed Exam.

1154 411 7 3 37

tally Exemj >led Allowed Credit for certain

605 340 4 1 17

subjects.

- - _ -

No Headmasters Certificates submitted.

452 75 103 88

*For the first time, all candidates from Class A Schools, whether successful in completing the examination or not, are included in these figures.

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6.—PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC.

The number of subjects entered for and passed a t t h e Examinations in Music conducted by tho University during the year 1929-1930 was as follows :—

September, 1929—

Total number of entries - - 5640 Total number ot pusses - - 4043 May, 1930—

Total number of entries - - 1076 Total number ot passes - - 908

7.—COUNCIL.

The Council records with pleasure the honour con- ferred upon the Vice-Chancellor, Sir John Monash, by his advancement to the rank of full General in the Aus- tralian Military Forces ; and also the honour of knight-

hood which has been conferred upon the honourable Sir Stanley S. Argyle, M.L.A., one of its members.

Sir John MacFarland has been elected Chancellor and Sir John Monash Vice-Chancellor.

Mr. L. A. Adamsou, t h e Honourable J . G. Latham, Sir Thomas Lyle, Sir James B a r r e t t , and Mr. P . Tate, whose term of office as members of Council was about to expire by effluxion of time, have been re-elected by Convocation.

Mr. D. K. Picken, the Master ot Ormond College, having resigned his seat on tho Council, t h e Rev. F . W . Kernick, the Master of Queen's College, has been co- opted in his stead.

In April the Council was informed t h a t Mr. Edward Stevens had resigned his seat on the ground of ill- health. Mr. Stevens had been a member ot the Coun- cil only for three years, b u t he had become one ot its most active and useful members, and as Chairman ot the Finance Committee was greatly relied upon by the Council. In conveying to him its sympathy with him in his illness, the Council recorded its apprecia- tion of his services and ot his benefactions.

Mr. Samuel McKay has been appointed a member, representative ot industrial interests, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Stevens' resignation.

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ANNUAL REPORT, 1920-30 1 0 1 5 Leave of absence for six months was granted to Sir

Leo Cusscn, on the ground of ill-heaith; and for six uoonths to Sir Lennon Raws, and for five mouths to iProfessor Lahy. on the occasion ot their visiting Europe; and for three months to Sir James B a r r e t t , on tho occasion of his visiting Canada.

8 PROFESSORS.

Tho news received in Melbourne in August, 1929, of the death ot Emeritus Professor Sir Walter Baldwin Spencer, K.C.M.G.., M.A., D . S c , L i t t . D . , F . R . S . , whilst engaged on scientific work at Tierra del Fuego, caused

•widespread regret. At the time of his retirement in 1919 he had held tho Chair ot Biology for 32 yearns, and by his work with students, his research, especially in the field of Anthropology, and by his administrative work in the University, he had acquired fame for him- self aud brought honour to tho University. The Coun- cil records his death with deep regret.

Professor Payne, Professor of Engineering, has ten- dered his resignation ot his Chair, the resignation to take effect as from the beginning of 1933, when he will have held the Chair for 22 years. During this period the School has greatly prospered, and the recognition granted to the training iriven to its students has been immensely increased. The changes, of which those two facts are indicators, a r e so great t h a t the Council is considering the question of whether i t should not endeavour to establish one or more addi- tional Chairs.

Professor Wilkinson, Professor ot Dental Science, haa been re-appointed for one year to give an oppor- tunity for certain negotiations to be carried through.

Professor Ewart, Professor of Botany and P l a n t Pathology, and Professor Wadham, Professor of Agricul- ture, have been re-appointed for periods of five years.

Professor Gunn, Director of Tutorial Classes, has been re-appointed for a period of three yoairs.

Professor Heiuze, Ormond Professor ot Music, has been re-appointed for five years, and t h e appointment then made a continuing one, subject to twelve months' notice.

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Professor J . H. Michell, lately Professor of Mathe- matics, has been appointed an Honorary Research Professor.

Professor Laby was granted five months' leave of absence to enable him to visit Europe with a view to investigating the latest work in X-rays, and he found much interest in the work being carried on in hia own laboratory, some of t h a t interest taking the form of gifts ot money and apparatus to enable him further t o develop t h e work. H e was also, on t h e death of t h e Director of the Imperial Geophysical Experimental Sur- vey, Dr. E . F . Bieler, appointed to assist t h e Survey in tha later stages of its work, and in the preparation of its report.

Professor Wadham has been granted leave of absence to enable him to visit England during the approach- ing long vacation.

Associate-Professor Summers, Associate-Professor in Geology, has been re-appointed for five years.

9.—LECTURERS.

Tho Council records with pleasure the appointment ot Mr. H . R. Dew, M.B., B.S., one of the Clinical In- structors at the Melbourne Hospital, to the newly- established Bosch Chair of Surgery in the University ot Sydney.

Tho following resignations have been received with r e g r e t : — D r . F . R. Kerr, Lecturer in Public H e a l t h ; Mrs. Martin, Tutor in Mathematics; Miss C. M. Greig, Tutor in English; Dr. E . S. Cunningham, Evening Lec- turer in Psychology, Logic and Ethics; Mr. A. Lang- lands, Absistant Lecturer and Demonstrator in Engi- neering; Mr. N . E. Holmes, Senior Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering; Miss E. I. Green, Demonstra- tor in Bio-Chemistry; Miss S. Tscheremissinoff, Instruc- tor iu Russian.

Leave of absence has been granted in the follow- ing cases, namely:—To Dr. F . R. E. Mauldon, Senior Lecturer iu Economics, ono year, t o enable him to pro- ceed to the University ot Harvard, under a Rocke- feller Memorial Foundation Scholarship, t o study Eco- nomics; to Dr. Hercus, Senior Lecturer in Natural Phil-

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osophy, six months, to enable hi-ni t o visit E u r o p e ; t o Dr. W. G. Price and Miss Helen Hamerton, both of the Conservatorium Staff.

Tho following new appointments have been m a d e : — A r t s : Lecturer in History ot Political Philosophy and part ot Modern Political Institutions, W. M. Ball, M.A.; Lecturer in Constitutional History and Inter- national Relations and p a r t of Modem Political Insti- tutions, P . D. Phillips, M.A., L L . B . ; Lecturer in French, J. G. Cornell, M.A., Dip.Ed.; Evening Lec- turer in Psychology, Logic and Ethics, G. A. Atkins, B.A.; Tutor in English, Miss K. P i t t , B.A.; Tutor in Mathematics, Miss E . L-avater, B.A. (Camb.), B.Sc.

(W.A.). Education: Lecturer in Experimental Educa- tion, P . M. Bachelard, P h . D . ; Lecturer in Method of Physical Science, W. Ramsay, B . S c , Dip. Ed. Science:

Senior Demonstrator in Natural Philosophy, J . Wal- pole, B.Sc. (Tas.); Demonstrator in Bio-Chemistry, Miss K. Law, M.Sc. Law: Independent Lecturer in Equity, A. Dean, LL.M. Medicine: Independent Lecturer in Public Health, J . Dale, M.B., B.S., D.P.H. Engin- eering : Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator in Graphics and Engineering Design, A. H. P a u l ; Demon- strator in Strength and Elasticity of Materials and Testing Officer, L. Galbraith, B.C.E.; Senior Demon- strator in Civil Engineering, M. G. Speedie; Senior Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering, E. O. Wil- loughby. Agriculture: Lecturer in Entomology, Miss J . W. Raft, M . S c ; Lecturer in Agricultural Engineer- ing, R. R. Blackwood; Lecturer in Dairying, Mr. J . M. K e r r ; Agricultural Research Chemist, G. Leeper, B.Sc. Commerce: Senior Lecturer in Economic His- tory, H. Burton, B.A.; Tutor in Statistical Method, C.

V. Janes, B.A., B.Com. Architecture: Assistant Lec- turer and Demonstrator. J . F . Scarborough. Conserva- torium : Assistant to Director, L. Biggins, Mus. Bac.;

Teachers of Violin, Mr. C. Manby, Miss Elise Steele, Mr. F . 0 . Schieblich ; Teachers of Pianoforte,Mr. H. Wats- ford Smithers, Miss Gwendo Paul, A.R.O.M.; Horn Players, Mr. E. G. Monk, Mr. D. A ccorsi; Lectures in Theory, Miss Phyllis Allinson, Mus. B a c , Miss Shirley, L.

Fox. Instructor in Russian: Mr. J . S. Goode, M.E.

In addition, a number of part-time demonstrators have been appointed to various Departments.

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1 0 1 8 ANNUAL REPORT, 1929 30 10.—EXAMINERS.

The following examiners have been appointed: — 1. For the Medical Course—

Anatomy—

Mr. H. Searby, Dr. G. A. Birnic.

Physiology—

Dr. L. A. I. Maxwell, Assoc. Prof. W. J . Young.

Regional and Applied Anatomy—

Dr. Hughes Jones.

Materia Medica and Pharmacy—

Mr. C. J . Tonkin.

Pathology and Bacteriology—

Professor Woodruff.

Therapeutics—

Mr. P . B . Lawton.

Public Health—

Dr. J. Dale.

Forensic Medicine—

Dr. W r i g h t Smith.

Medicine (Pass)—

Mr. F . B. Lawton, Dr. H . Laurie.

Clinical Medicine (Pass)—

W a r d W o r k :

Dr. A. E. R. White, Dr. J . W . Grieve, Dr W. E. Summons, Dr. R. J . McMeekin, Dr.

S. O. Cowcn, Dr. J . P . Major.

Pathology:

Dr. R. Webster, Dr. A. J. Brenan, Dr. W.

W. S. Johnston, Dr. A. J . Trinoa, Dr.

W r i g h t Smith.

Diseases of Children:

Dr. L. J . Hood, Dr. R. L. Forsyth, Dr. R.

M. Downes, Dr. S. W Ferguson, Dr. H . D. Stephens, Dr. H . C. Colville.

Medicine (Hone.)—

Dr. L. S. Latham, Dr. K. Hiller.

Clinical Medicine (Hons.)—

Dr. S. V. Sewell, Dr. M. D. Silberberg.

Commentary:

Dr. A. E . R. White, Dr. J . F . Mackeddie.

Pathology :

Dr. C. H . Kellaway, Dr. R. Webster.

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Surgery (Pass)—

Dr. V. Hurley, Mr. J . S. Buchanan.

Surgery (Honours)—

Dr. B. Kilviugton, Dr. Murray Morton.

Clinical Surgery (Pass)—

Dr. C. G. Shaw. Mr. T. E L . Lambert, Dr.

R. St. C. Steuart, Dr. W. A. Hailes.

Clinical Surgery (Honours), (Commentary)—

Dr. Julian Smith, Dr. W. G. D. Upjohn.

Clinical Surgery (Honours), W a r d Work—

Dr. B . T. Zwar, Mr. H . B . Devine.

Obstetrics and Gvnaecology (Pass)—

Prof. R. Marshal) Allan, Dr. W. I . Hayes, Dr. A. M. Wilson, Dr. J . S. Green, Dr.

H. Jacobs.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Honours)—

Prof. Marshall Allan, Dr. A. M. Wilson, Dr. R. W. Chambers, Dr. R. Fowler, Dr.

E. A. Spowers.

2. For the M.D. Examination—

Medicine, including Opthalmology—

Dr. L. S. L a t h a m , Dr. K. Hiller, Dr. L . J . C. Mitchell, Dr. R. Webster, Dr. G. H.

Kellaway, Dr. A. E. R. White, Dr. S. V.

Sewell.

Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology—

Prof. Marshall Allan, Dr. R. W. Chambers, Diseases of Children, including Infectious

Diseases—

Dr. S. W. Ferguson, Dr. A. E. R. White, Dr. R. L. Forsyth.

Diseases of the Nervous System, including I n sanity—

Sir R. R. Stawell, Mr. W. E . Jones.

3. For the M.S. Examination—

Surgical Anatomy—

Prof. Wood Jones, Dr. T. E. V. Hurley.

Surgical Pathology—

Prof MacCallum, Dr. C. H. Kellaway, Mr H . A. S. Newton.

Surgery—•

Dr. B . Kilvington, D r . J u l i a n Smith.

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1 0 2 0 ANNUAL REPORT, 1929-30 4. For the Diploma ot Public Health—

Prot. Osborne, Prot. MacCallum, P r o t . Wood- ruff, Dr Hebcr Green, Dr. E. Robertson, Dr. W. Summons, Dr. P . R. Kerr, Dr J . Dale, Prof. Giblin, Mr. F . E. T. Cobb.

5. For the Dental Course—

Prosthetic Dentistry—

Dr. W. J . Tuckfield, Dr. A. C. M. Cox.

Materia Medica—

Dr. C. E. Allen, Mr. L. P . Heine, Mr. P . S P a r r e t t .

Operative Dentistry—

Mr. G. Finlay, Mr. C. H. Down, Dr. O.

Behrcnd, Dr. P . B,. Wood.

Orthod on tics—

Dr. W. Stanley Wilkinson, Mr. J o h n Heath.

Medicine—

Dr. M. D. Silberberg, Dr. A. B. P . Amies.

Oral Surgery—

Dr. H . Trumble, Dr. F . A. Aird.

Dental Surgery and Pathology—

Dr. J . M. Lewis, Dr. E. P . Greenwood.

Operative Dentistry—

Mr. G. Finlay, Mr. C. H. Down, Mr. Eric Wills, Dr. F . R. Wood.

Extractions and Anaesthetics—

Dr. F . A. Aird, Mr. P . S. P a r r e t t . 6. For the Degree of D.D.Sc.—

P a r t I.—

Bacteriology—

Prof. Woodruff, Prof. MacCallum.

Pathology—

Prof. MacCallum, Prot. Woodruff.

Physiology and Bio-Chemistry—

Prof. Osborne, Assoc. Prof. Young.

P a r t I I . —

Dental Surgery, Pathology and Bacteriology—

Prof. Wilkinson, Dr. J . M. Lewis.

Dental Mechanics and Dental Prosthetics—

Dr. W . J . Tuckfield, Dr. A. C. M. Cox.

Orthodontics—

Dr. W . S. Wilkinson, Mx. J . Wunderly

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Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics—

Dr. C. E. Allen, Dr. E. P . Greenwood.

Dental Anatomy (Human a n d Comparative)—

Dr. J . K. Clark, Prof. Wilkinson.

For T h e s e s -

Prof. Wilkinson Dr. C. H . Kellaway, D r . J . K. Clark, Dr. W. J . Young, Prof.

MacCallum, Prof. Stump (Sydney).

7. For tho Engineering Course—

Graphics and Geometrical Drawing—

Assoc Prof. Kernot, Mr. T. N. Merfield.

Mechanical Engineering and Engineering De- sign—

P a r t I . Prot. Greenwood, Assoc. Prof. Ker- not, Mr. P . F . Thompson, Mr. T. N . Merfield.

P a r t I I . : ' Prof. Payne, Assoc. Prof. K e m o t , Mr. E. J . C. Rennie.

Mechanical Engineering, P a r t IPX.—

Prot. Payne Mr. E . J . C. Rennie, Mr. T.

N. Merfield.

Hydraulic Engineering, P a r t s I . and I I Mr. C. W. N. Sexton, Mr. W . A. Robertson.

Surveving—

Mr. E . R. H . Darwin, Mr. G. R. McGowan.

Strength and Elasticity ot Materials—

P r o t . Payne.

Electrical Engineering—

Assoc. Prof. Brown, Assoc. Prof. Kernot.

Metallurgy—

Prof. Greenwood, Mr. P . F . Thompson.

Civil Engineering, P a r t I.—

Mr. E. Lang, Mr. C. W. N. Sexton.

Civil Engineering Design, P a r t I . — Mr. E. Lang, Mr. C. W. N. Sexton.

Civil Engineering, P a r t I I . —

Mr. C. W. N. Sexton, Mr. A. P . Taylor, Mr.

A. E . Callaway.

Civil Engineering Design, P a r t IT.—

Mr. C. W. N. Sexton, Mr. E. Lang, Mr. W . A. Robertson, Mr. L. R. East, Mr. E . A.

Hepburn.

Town Planning—

Mr. E . R. H . Darwin, Mr. C. W. N. Sexton.

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1 0 2 2 ANNUAL REPORT, 1929-30 8. For Education Course—

Theory—

Division A—Mr. G. S. Browne.

Divisions B and C—Prot. L. J . Wrigley.

Division D—Dr. K. S. Cunningham.

Division E (Method)—The Lecturer in each branch.

Hygiene—Dr. J . S. Greig.

Practical M e t h o d -

Prof. L. J . Wrigley, Mr. T. 0 . Graham, Miss I. D. Marshall. Miss A. Hov, Mr. H. W .

Wilson, Mr. G. E. Green, Mr. M. S.

Sharman.

P a r the M.Ed. Degrees—

Prot. Wrigley, Mr. G. S. Browne, Dr. K. S.

Cunningham, Mr. M. S. Sharman.

Essays tor M.Ed.—

Mr. M. S. Sharman, Miss I . D. Marshall, Prof. Wrigley, Mr. G. S. Browne.

9. F o r M.Com. Degree—

Prof. Copland, Dr. G. L. Wood.

10. For Thesis tor M.Sc. D e g r e e -

Prof. Osborne, Assoc. Prof. Young.

11. For Theses for M.C.E. D e g r e e -

Mr. L. F . Loder, Mr. C. W. N . Sexton, Mr.

J. A. Laing, Mr. G. Kermode.

12. For Report tor M.Mech.E. Degree—

Assoc Prof. Kernot, Mr. E . J . C. Rennie, Mr. W. Stone.

13. For Report for M.E.E. Degree—

Assoc. Prot. Brown, Mr. E . D. Howells.

14. For Theses tor M.Agr.Sc Degree—

Prof. Wadham, Dr. W . H. Green, Dr. E . I . , McLennan, Prot. Woodruff.

15. For Theses tor L i t t . D . Degree—

Prof. A. G. B . Fisher (Otago), P r o t . J . McK.

Stewart (Adelaide), Prot. J. A. Gunn, Emeritus Prot. Caiman ( Loudon), Sir Charles Lucas, Prof. Copland.

JO. For Theses for D.Sc. Degree—

Dr. C. W. G. Kavc (National Physical Labo- ratory), Prof." Laby, Sir Ernest Ruther- ford (Cambridge).

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17. For Theses for M.D. Degree—

Dr. L. S. L a t h a m , Dr. C. H . Kellaway, D r P. B. Lawton, Prof. MacCallum.

For the Clinical Examination—

Dr. L a t h a m , Dr. Hiller, Dr. Kellaway, D r . Andrew Brcnan.

18. Pol Composition for MILS. Doc. Degree—

Prof. Heinze, Sir H u g h Allen (London).

19. For Theses for the D.V.Sc. E x a m i n a t i o n -

Prof. Woodruff, Prof. MacCallum Dr. J . A.

Gilruth, Dr. Lionel Bull, Dr. C. H , Kellaway.

20. For Mollison Scholarship in Japanese—

Mr. M. Inagaki, Mr. T. Yanase.

.21. For the David Syme Research Prize—

Prof. Marshall Allan, Prof. MacCallum, Prof.

E w a r t , Dr. F . I . McLennan, Dr. B . Cavanagh.

22. For the Harbison-Higinbotham Scliolarship—

Prot. Scott, Prof. Bailey, Prof. Copland, Prof. Giblin.

23. For the Kernot Memorial Medal (Assessors)—

Sir John Monash, Mr. Justice Oussen, Prof Payne.

24. For the Bertram Armytage Prize—

i. . Prof. MacCallum, Dr. C. H . Kellaway.

.25. For Public Examinations in Music—

.. • • Prof. Heinze, Prof. Laver, Mr. L. Biggins, Mr. A. di Gilio, Mr. F . W. Homewood, Mr. L. Hattenbach, Mr. W . James, M r . H. Kvng, Mr G. W. McKcown, Mr. T.

L. Middleton, Mr. A. E. H . Niokson, Mr. H . Penn, Dr. W . G. Price, Mr. H . W. Smithers, Mr. J . A. Steele, Mr.

Henry Thomas, Mr. W. Soidcl, Mr. F . D. Clcwlow, Mr. W. Gude.

26. For the School Intermediate and School Leaving Examinations December, 1929, aud February, 1930: —

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1024

A N N U A L R E P O R T , 1 9 2 9 - 3 0 Subject

A g r i c u l t u r a l Science—

I n t e r m e d i a t e - Leaving (Pass) - (Hons.) A l g e b r a -

I n t e r m e d i a t e L e a v i n g (Pass) -

„ (Hons.) . Animal Biology—

I n t e r m e d i a t e - Leaving (Pass) - (Hons.)- Arithmetiu—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Botany—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) -

„ (Uon.)- British History—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) - Leaving (Hon.) - Chemistry—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) -

(HOIIB.)- Com. Prin. & P r a c . — I n t e r m e d i a t e - Com. P r a c t i c e -

Leaving (Puss) - (Hona.) Com. P r i n c i p l e s -

Leaving (Pass) - Leaving (Hons.) Domestic S c i e n c e - Drawing—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) -

(Hons.) Economics—

E n g l i s h - I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) -

,, ' (Hons.)- European History—

Leaving (Pass &

Hons.) F r e n c h -

I n t e r m e d i a t e - Leaving (Pass) - (Hons.)- G e o g r a p h y -

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leavimr (Pass) -

„ (Hons.) -

F i r s t E x a m i n e r Dr. W. H e b e r Green Mr. F. J . Rae Dr. R. T. Patton Mr. E . J . Lewis Mr. A. W. Hatfield Mr. R. J . A. B a r n a r d Miss B. Brewster

Miss K. E. Hall Miss B. Brewster Mr. S. L. H u g h e s Dr. E. I. McLennan Miss S. Llewellvn Dr. U. T. P a t t o n

Mr. R. II. CUivton Mr. C. A. H. S e a r b y Miss A. Hoy Mr. W. T r u d i n g c r Dr. W. Heber Green Dr. W. Heber Green

Second E x a m i n e r Mr. A. \V. J e s s e p Mr. J. E. Harrison

Mr. F. J . Rae Mr. J. L. Aickin Mrs. K. Calame Mr. M. H. Belz

Miss S. Llewellyn Miss E. E. H, Green Miss E. E. H. Green Mr. R. G. Rienvenu Dr. A. H . K. P e t r i c Dr. A. 11. K. Petrie D r . E. I. McLennan

Miss M. H u t t o n Mr. C. R. Long Dr. E. Sweetman Mr. T. 0 . G r a h a m Mr. W. R. Jamieson Mr. G. A. A m p t Mr. N. L. J a m i e s o n Mr. A. M. Hislop Mr. A. i l . Hislop

Mr. A. M. Hislop Mr. E. D. O'Donnell Mr. O. R. MacDonald Mrs. Woodruff

Mr. E. D. O'Donnell Mr. O. R. MacDonalcf Mr. G. L. Mayman Mr. G. L. Mayman Miss R. Evans Mr. P. M. C a r e w - S m y t h Miss E. B. Mitchell Mr. P. M. Carew-Smyth Mr. H. B. Brown

Mr. L. S. Davies Mr. H. B. Brown Professor Copland Mr. F . R. K. Mauldon Miss D. L. Ocrham

Mr. G. A. Osborne Professor Cowling

Miss C. Brennan Mr. A. E. Gwillim Mr. W. T. Price Mr. 0 . d e l l . F o e n a n d e r Miss I. D. Marshall Mrs. Boycc Gibson Miss M. L. Bernadou Mrs. E. Wood Miss G. E. Adamson Mr. A. R. Chisholm Assoc. Prof. Lodewyckx Mr. T. F . S c o t t Assoc. Prof. S u m m e r * Mr. A. V. E. J a m e s Mr. H. B. H a u s e r Mr. Ii. S. Davies* Mr. II. B. Hauser

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A N N U A L K K P O R T , 1 9 2 9 - 3 0

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•Geology—

•"' ' L e a v i n g (Pass &

Hons.) - - G e o m e t r y & Trig.—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Geometry—

Leaving (Pass) -

„ (Hons.) - G e r m a n —

! I n t e r m e d i a t e - Leaving (Pass) - ,, (Hons.) - Greek—

•Greek and Roman Hist.

Leaving (Pass &

Hons.) - - Hebrew—

f I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) - (Hons.) Latin—

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving (Pass) -

' „ (Hons.) - M e c h a n i c s -

Leaving (Pass) - (Hons.) - Physical S c i e n c e -

I n t e r m e d i a t e - P h y s i c s -

I n t e r m e d i a t e Leaving ( P a s s ) -

,, ( l l o n s . ) - T r i g o n o m e t r y —

Leaving (Pass) •

„ (Hons) -

Assoc. Prof. S u m m e r s Mr. F . A. Singleton Miss W. Waddell Mr. H. M. Campbell Mr. R. J . A. Barnard

Miss J. T. Klvnn

Mr. A. H a r t Mr. It. J . A. B a r n a r d Miss K. B. E a s t a u g h Mr. L. V. O t t a w a v Mr. G. E. Green Mr. L. V. O t t a w a y Assoc. Prof. Lodewyckx Miss I). Coverlid

Professor S c u t t Mr. W. Kerry Professor S c u t t

Rev. W. L. Clarke Rev. W. L. Clarke Rev. F. Milne

Mr. W. F. I n g r a m Mr. E . \V. Cornwall Mr. W. K e r r y Mr. J . A. Seitz Mr. M. H . Belz

Mr. W. Kerry Rev. .1. Danglow Rev. J . Danglow^

Rev. .J. Danglow"

Mr. E. W. Cornwall Mr. W. Kerrv Mr. J. R. Elliott Mr. R. J . A. B a r n a r d Mr. J . A. Seitz Mr. V. C. B. Grenness Mr. R. B i n g h a m

Dr. L. II. Martin Mr, J . S. Rogers Dr. R. Honking Mr. M. H. Belz Mr. J. A. Seitz

Mr. J . L. Aickin Mr. T. O. G r a h a m

\)r, E. O. He reus Mr. E. I. Leach Miss J . F I v n n A d d i t i o n a l E x a m i n e r s : Algebra—Intermediate—Mr. R. Wilson, Mr. It. T. B i n g h a m . Arithmetic—Mr. S. S. Addison, Air. .1. L. Grilliths.

British Historv—Intermediate—Miss F. P e n i n g t o n , Mr. W. A. Waller, Mr. D. H. R a n k i n , Mr. £ . H a r r i s o n , Mr. G. R. Crowther, Miss C. B r y a n t . Leaving (Past*) —Miss C. Bryant.

Chemistry—Intermediate—Miss S. Llewellyn.

Commercial Principles & Practice— I n t e r m e d i a t e — M r . C. 1. Sagar.

D r a w i n g — I n t e r m e d i a t e - - M r . A. R. Noall, Miss M. F. Mitchell, Mr. J . Shirlow.

Leaving (Pass)—Mr. A, R. Noall

English—Intermediate—Miss B. M. E g a n , Miss D. A. Mackav, Mr. L.

van Baer, Mr. H. W. Rhodes, Miss E. M. C.

Maedonald, Mrs. E. M. Waddell, Mr. G. B.

Osborne.

Leaving (Pass)—Mr. J. R. Richards, Mr. W. A. Waller, Mr. J o h n McRae, Mrs. O. L. Hooppell, Mr. F. W.

Wan n a n .

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Leaving (Hons.)—Mr. C W. W. Webster, Mrs. L. Rosenbluui. ..t French—Intermediate—Miss D. Barnard, Miss E. Schmetzer, Mr..H. K.

Hunt, Mrs. O. L. Hooppell, Mr. K..G. Kirbv,.

Mr. G. E. Green, L.M. Langford . i' ;»

Leaving (Pass)—Miss C. van Nootcn, Miss F. Barkman, Miss M.

S. Schollick, Miss Eashuigh. • ;i Leaving (Hon.)—Mr. G. E. Green, Mr. J. G." Cornell.

Geography—Intermediate—Mr. T. W. Winn, Mr. J. S. Kitson, Mr. E. L.

Wilcock, Dr. F.Htillwell, Mr. J.'S. Mann.f Geometry and Trigonometry—Intermediate—Mr. A.' Bright, Mr., T. R.

Ritchie.

Latin—Intermediate—Mr. E. V. Piesse.

Leaving (Pass)—Mr. L. van Bacr.

'.* 1 1 . — U N I V E B S I T r R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S . The following have been appointed t o represent the University: —

Council of Public Education—

Mr. Tate, Prof. Copland.

Dr. Leeper, a former representative, resigned,' and.

was thaiiiked hy the Council for his long services.

Council of Working Men's College—

Assoc. Prof. Kernot, Mr. J . S. Eogers.

Advisory Hoard of Eye and Ear Hospital—

Sir James B a r r e t t , Prof. Osborne.

Advisory Board of St. Vincent's Hospital— • Dr. J . P . Wilkinson, Sir James Barrett.' Architects' Registration Board of Victoria—

Mr. J . S. Gawler.

Council of the Victorian Institute of Almonera—

Dr. Ethel Osborne.

Bicentenary Celebrations of the University of Havana, and Jubilee of the University of Southern California—

Mr. H e r b e r t Brookes.

Congress of Philosophy—

Mr. W . M. Ball,

Australasian. Association for the Advancement of' Science— • • '

Prof. Scott, Prof. Agar, Prof. Skeats.

Congress of tho Royal Institute of Public Health at Portsmouth—

Prof. Berry.

Permanent Advisory Committee of the Sydney University Department of Anthropology—

: Prof. P . Wood Jones.

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House Committee of Veterinary School Clinic—

Dr. A. E . Albiston, Prof. Woodruff.

Inauguration Ceremonies of the University of Brussels—

Prof. Laby.

Universities' Conference, Sydney—

Tho Chancellor, Prof. Scott, Prof. Agar, Dr.

Wilkinson.

12.—STATUTES AND REGULATIONS.

Somewhat extensive amendments of the Regulations regarding tlie Intermediate and Leaving Certificates have been made. The chief change was the abolition of the principle of partial exemption from examination in the case of pupils from a school when i t first be- comes entitled to enter them in Class A. The prin- ciple of partial exemption was found to work awk- wardly for the schools, and candidates from a school which had been inspected and approved now get com- plete exemption from examination from the outset, but this concession is limited in the first instance to a period of two years.

At the same time the opportunity was taken to im- prove and clarify the provisions regarding the sub- mission of Headmasters' Certificates and for the trans- fer of candidates between Classes A and B.

A regulation for tho establishment and administra- tion of a Dental Research Fund has been passed.

There is, as yet, no actual endowment of such a fund, but it is hoped t h a t t h a t may follow.

The following have also been made: —

A new regulation for the degree of Master of Agri- cultural Science, amending the conditions on which the degree may be obtained.

A regulation to give effect to the arrangement with Canberra University College referred to elsewhere.

Amendments to provide in future for half-yearly examinations for the degrees of Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery, and to provide t h a t the Final Honour Examination of t h e M.B. course shall be held at the same time as the Pinal Pass Examination.

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