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the founder directed that this sum should accumulate until it should reach £1500, that a second Bursary should then be established, and that the surplus should accumulate until the sum of £1500 should again be reached, when a similar result is to follow. This foundation reached the sum of £1500 in 1886, and a second Bursary was established accordingly.
7.—WILLIAM CHARLES WENTWORTH BURSARY, No. III.
This fund was established in 1886 by the setting apart of the sum of £500 from the last-named foundation, to accumulate for the establishment of a third Bursary in accordance with the directions of the founder. It amounted in April, 1898, to £946 11s. 2d.
In 1876, the sum of £1000 was given by Mrs. Burdekin for the foundation of a Bursary, of the annual value of £50, to be called the Burdekin Bursary.
9.-HUNTER-BAILLIE BURSARY, No. I.
In 1876, Government debentures for £1000, at 5 per cent., were given by Mrs. Hunter-Baillie for the foundation of a Bursary of the annual value of £50, to be called the HunterBaillie Bursary.
10.-HUNTER-BAILLIE BURSARY, No. II.
In 1877, Government debentures for £1000, at 5 per cent., were given by Mrs. Hunter-Baillie for the foundation of a Bursary of the annual value of £50, for the sons of ministers of religion. In the deed of gift the Senate is declared to be the sole judge of who are to be considered ministers of religion.
In 1881, the sum of £5000 was given by Thomas Walker, Esq., of Yaralla, Concord, for the foundation of Bursaries. The gift was especially connected with the late resolution of the Senate, to grant to women equal participation with men in all University privileges, and it was desired by the founder that a portion of the Bursaries-up to one half, as circumstances might dictate-should be made applicable to students of the female sex. Four Bursaries, of the value of £50 per annum, and one of £40 per annum are awarded.
Founded in 1854, by a gift of £200 from W. C. Wentworth, Esq., the interest to be applied for an Annual Prize for the best English Essay.
The fund having accumulated sufficiently to provide for two Prizes of the value of £10 each, a Prize is now given for competition amongst Undergraduates, and a Second Prize for competition amongst Bachelors of Arts of not more than three years' standing.
Founded in 1867 by a gift of £200 from Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart, D.C.L., to provide an Annual Prize for Latin Verse. The competition for this medal is open to all Undergraduates and Graduates of not more than two years' standing. Value, £10. The last award was made in 1889.
Founded in 1870, by a gift of £300 from the Right Honourable the Earl of Belmore. Awarded annually to a member of the University, under the standing of M.A., for proficiency in Geology and Practical Chemistry, with special reference to Agriculture. The Examination is held in Michaelmas Term. Value, £15. The last award was made in 1885. (See page 138.)
Founded in 1872, by a gift of £500 from John Fairfax, Esq. Awarded to the greatest proficients among the female
*The names of those who gained prizes before 1891 will be found in the University Calendar for 1893.
candidates at the Senior and Junior Public Examinations. In the case of Seniors the candidates must not be over twenty-five years of age, and of Juniors seventeen years. Value, £20 and £10 respectively.
Founded in 1874, by a gift of £200 from the subscribers to a memorial of the Reverend John West, Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. Awarded to the greatest proficient in the Senior Public Examination. Value, £10.
Founded in 1885, by a bequest of £100 from the Honourable Professor Smith. Awarded to the best Undergraduate of the First Year in Experimental Physics. Value £5.
1891-Deck, G. H. B.
Doak, W. J., prox. acc.
1892-Doak, W. J.
1893--Strickland, T. P.
Quaife, A. F.
1895-Burfitt, W. F.
Harker, G. æq.
7.-NORBERT QUIRK PRIZE.
Founded in 1886, by a gift of £144 from the subscribers to a memorial of the Rev. John Norbert Quirk, LL.D., late principal of Lyndhurst College. Awarded for proficiency in Mathematics at the Second Year Examination. Value, £6.
Founded in 1886, by a gift of £250 from G. P. Slade, Esq., for the encouragement of Science. Awarded for proficiency in Practical Chemistry and Practical Physics respectively. Value, £5 each.
Strickland, T. P. (Class Exam.) | 1897-Winton, L. J.
Founded in 1891, by a bequest of £100 from William Grahame, Esq., of Waverley. Awarded to such candidate as shall display the greatest general proficiency at the Senior Public Examination. Value, £5.
Founded in 1892, by a bequest of £100 from the Rev. Robert Collie, F.L.S., of Newtown. Awarded to a student of any Faculty at the First Year Examination in Botany. Value, £4.
1893-Hall, E. C.
1895-Burfitt, W. F., B.A.
1896-Graham, Mabel J.
A Medal is awarded to the most distinguished candidate in the Honour Examination for the Degree of Master of Arts in the several schools, if of sufficient merit.
LOGIC, MENTAL, MORAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY. 1892-Cocks, N. J.
1896-Smairl, J. H.
A Medal is awarded to the most distinguished candidate in the Honour Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in he several schools, if of sufficient merit.
A Medal is awarded to the student who exhibits the greatest proficiency at the LL.B. Examination, if of sufficient merit. 1894-Flannery, G. E.
1896-Bavin, T. R.
1898-Peden, J. B.
A Medal is awarded to the candidate who exhibits the greatest proficiency at the M.D. Examination, if of sufficient merit.
1895-Smith, Grafton E. (Anatomy.)
* The names of those who gained prizes before 1891 will be found in the University Calendar for 1893.