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*To those students who use the University Microscope a fee of £1 for each course is charged. For the Bacteriological Microscope a fee of £110s. is charged.
TABLE OF FEES SHOWING THE TOTAL COST OF GRADUATION IN
To those students who use the University Microscope a fee of £1 for each course is
TABLE OF FEES SHOWING THE TOTAL COST FOR
To those students who use the University Microscope a fee of £1 for each course is charged
+Fees payable to Dental Hospital.
TABLE OF FEES SHOWING THE TOTAL COST OF GRADUATION IN THE
To those students who use the University Microscope a fee of £1 for each course is charged.
+At present taken outside the University.
In the Practical Courses of Biology, Physiology, Pathology, and Bacteriology, students may use the microscopes provided by the University, for the use of which a charge is made. But they are strongly recommended to purchase for themselves microscopes of an approved pattern, and to use them throughout their course. A microscope suitable for bacteriological work, and for the proper clinical examination of the blood, and which must also include an oil immersion-lens, is now an essential part of the equipment of every medical man. It is, moreover, a great advantage for the student to use his own microscope during his undergraduate course, as he thus becomes familiar with its working, and is in a better position to profit by its use in after years. With the exercise of a little care the efficiency of a good microscope will not thereby be impaired.
Excellent microscopes are supplied by the English firms, Beck, Ross, Swift, and Watson; by the American firm, Bausch and Lomb; and by the Continental firms, Zeiss, Reichert, and Leitz. The student is particularly warned against the purchase of an inferior type of microscope which will not be approved by the Professors, and it is hardly necessary to point out that not every microscope made by the above-named firms is of a type that can be approved. Students are, therefore, invited to consult the Professors before making any purchase.
The following types of microscope, procurable in Sydney from agents of the manufacturers, are recommended as adequate, and at the same time moderate in price. With the accessories given they are adapted for the Practical Biology and the Practical Physiology courses :-
W. Watson & Sons' Edinburgh Student's Microscope, Stand "B," with and inch objectives, Nos. 2 and 4 eye-pieces, double nose-piece, and illuminating apparatus. Price, £10 12s. 6d.
Or W. Watson & Sons' Stand "C," similar to "B," but with compound rackwork substage and better illuminating apparatus, etc. £12 17s. 6d.
Bausch & Lomb's Microscope BB6, with Abbé condenser and iris diaphragm, double nose-piece, two eye-pieces, two objectives in. and in. (N.A. 0 66) etc., £11 12s.