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REPORT OF THE SENATE OF THE

UNIVERSITY

FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1897.

1. The Senate of the University of Sydney, in pursuance of the provisions of section 22 of the Act of Incorporation, 14 Victoria, No. 31, has the honour to transmit the account of its proceedings during the year 1897, for the information of His Excellency the Governor and the Executive Council.

Matriculation. 2. The number of persons who qualified themselves for Matriculation in 1897 by passing one of the various University Examinations was 291. Of these, 87 passed the ordinary Matriculation Examination, 138 the Junior Public Examination, 12 the Law Matriculation Examination, 46 the Senior Public Examination, and 8 the Entrance Examination for Law, Medicine and Science. The number of students actually admitted to Matriculatlon, with a view to proceeding with the curriculum in one of the various Faculties, was 97.

Annual University Examinations. 3. The numbers of students who attended and passed the annual examinations in December, 1896, and March, 1897, after attending the prescribed courses of lectures, are shown in the following table :

FACULTY OF ARTS.

Candidates.
First Year Examination

71
Second Year Examination.

49 Third Year Examination

53 In addition to the students passing through the regular curriculum, 20 evening students and students of special subjects passed examinations in individual subjects.

FACULTY OP LAW.
Intermediate Examination

8
Final Examination

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Attendance at Lectures. 4. The following table shows the number of students attending lectures in the several Faculties :Faculty of Arts (day), 168 ; (evening), 59 ; total

227
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Medicine

147 Faculty of Science .

10 Faculty of Science-Department of Engineering

30

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Included are 69 women who attended in the Faculty of Arts, 12 in Medicine, and 4 in Science ; total, 85.

The above also includes 31 unmatriculated students.

Degrees conferred. 5. The following degrees were conferred after examina

tion :

Master of Arts (M.A.):-George Alfred Blumer, B.A.; James

Dennis, B.A.; Frederick Vicary Pratt, B.A.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.):—Margaret Jane Armstrong, John

Hay Goodlet Auld, Pearl Ella Barnes, Henry Charles
Blaxland, Elsie I’Anson Bloomfield, Leopold T. Broinowski,
Edward Broome, Stephen Drummond Chalmers, Emily
A. Cruise, Harold Burnham Curlewis, Herbert Stanley
Dettmann, May Edmunds, Bernard Joseph Fitzpatrick,
Charles C. Grassick, Albert Thomas Henry Grogan, Edith
Hirst Hansard, Mary Catherine Hay, George Arthur Hill,
Edwin Hobbs, William Hudson, Hugh Jason Hughes, Hugh
Alton Stanislaus Hunt, Frederick Charles Jackson, Cortis
Harry Frederick Jones, James Augustus Klein, Isabella
Edwardes Langley, Philip Herbert Louis, Sarah Molster,
John Graham Monaghan, William Willis Monahan, Orea
Emma Hellas Moustaka, Mercy M. H. Murray, Carl Ernst
Gottlieb Musmann, Jane Elizabeth Paris, John Edwards
Foggon Penman, George Alfred Raves, Spencer George
Birkenhead Riley, Eva Florence Saunders, Frederica Roth-
Schmidt, Walter Alexander Ramsay Sharp, William George
Sharpe, Fitzroy Somerset Stacy, John William Farish
Stephen, Bertha Violet Symonds, Donald Wallace, Ruby

Estelle Ward, Hubert Edwin Whitfeld.
Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) : Thomas Rainsford Bavin, B.A.,

Frank Nunan Brierley, M.A., John Aloysius Cullinane,
B.A.; Arthur Bernard Davies, B.A.; William John Creagh,
B.A., Percy Harcourt Mills, B.A. ; Patrick Daniel

O'Brien, B.A.
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.):-James Froude Flashman, M.B.,

Ch.M.
Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.) :-Edmund Horatio Barnes,

Gracius Herbert Broinowski, John Inglis Clark Cosh,
Graham Patrick Dixon, Robert Meredith Farrell, William
Henry Harris, Frederick Charles Higgins, Ernest Maynard

Pain, Hedley Terry, Joseph Leathom Wassell.
Master of Surgery (Ch.M.):– Edmund Horatio Barnes, John

Inglis Clark Cosh, Graham Patrick Dixon, Robert Meredith
Farrell, William Henry Harris, Frederick Charles Higgins,

Ernest Maynard Pain, Joseph Leathom Wassell.
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.): Marion Charlotte Horton, Donald

Æneas Dunlop MacMaster, B.A.
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)-Civil Engineering :-Harry

Martin Amphlett, Henry James Deane, Harold Berkeley
Rowlands, William Arthur Shortland, Herbert Stewart
Inglis Smail, Tom Percival Strickland, Bernard Wallach,
Ernest William Warren. Mining Engineering :-John
Bowie Wilson.

Ad eundem Degree. 6. The following ad eundem degree was conferred in accordance with the provisions of the “ Ad eundem Degrees Act,” 44 Victoria, No. 22 :

Bachelor of Medicine (M.B) :-William Thomas Chenhall, M.B.,

Melbourne, 7. The total number of degrees conferred during the year was thus 88, divided as follows :-M.A., 3 ; B.A., 47; LL.B.,

7; M,D., 1; M.B., 11; Ch.M., 8; B.Sc., 2; B.E., 9.

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8. The degrees conferred by the University from its foundation to the end of 1897 are :-M.A., 259; B.A., 898; LL.D., 23; LL.B., 64; M.D., 38 ; M.B., 119; Ch.M., 83; B.Sc., 29; M.E., 3; B.E., 43. Total, 1,559.

Honours at Degree Examinations.
9. The following honours awarded

at Degree Examinations :

FACULTY OF ARTS.

M.A. Examination.
CLASSICS AND PHILOLOGY-Class II. :-F. V. Pratt, B.A.
MODERN HISTORY –Class II :-J. Dennis, B.A.

B.A. Examination.
LATIN—Class I.:-H. E. Whitfeld, H. S. Dettmann. Class II.:-

Margaret J. Armstrong, E. Hobbs.
GREEK — Class I. :—H. S. Dettmann and H. E. Whitfeld, æq.

Class II.: E. Hobbs.
FRENCH—Class II. :—Margaret J. Armstrong, C. E. G.

Musmann.
ENGLISH--Class I.:-H. S. Dettmann. Class II.:-Pearl E.

Barnes. Class IIl.:-Eva F. Saunders.
GERMAN-Class I.:-H. S. Dettmann. Class II.:-C. E. G.

Musmann.
HISTORY— Class I. :—S. D. Chalmers, W. W. Monahan. Class

II.:-C. H. F. Jones.
MATHEMATICS-Class I. :-S. D. Chalmers.
LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY-Class I. :-D. Wallace, H. E.

Whitfeld, J. W. F. Stephen. Class II. :-L. T. Broinowski.
GEOLOGY AND PALÆONTOLOGY AND OPTICAL PETROLOGY.-Class

II.:-Isabella E. Langley.

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FACULTY OF LAW.

LL.B. Examination.
CLASS I.:-T. R. Bavin. Class II.:-None,

FACULTY OF MEDICINE,

M.B. and Ch.M. Examination.
Class I.:-G. P. Dixon. Class II.:-E. M. Pain.

FACULTY OF SCIENCE.

B.Sc. Examination.
BIOLOGY (Vertebrate Zoology)-Class I.:-Marion C. Horton.

GEOLOGY, PALÆONTOLOGY AND PETROLOGY-Class I. : Marion C.
Horton.

Department of Engineering.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, SURVEYING AND ARCHITECTURE---Class I.: T. P.

Strickland. Class II: W. A. Shortland, H. 8. I. Smail.

Scholarships. 10. The following Scholarships were awarded :

(a) At the Matriculation Examination. Cooper Scholarship, No. II., for Classics—R. N. Robson, prox. acc.,

A. G. de L, Arnold, Eleanor E. Bourne. Aitken Scholarship for General Proficiency—W. R. Horn, prox. acc.,

Eleanor E. Bourne.
Barker Scholarship, No. II., and Horner Exhibition for Mathematics—

W. S. Boyd, prox. acc., H. M. Stephen, W. R. Horn,
H. S. Mort.

(b) At the First Year Examination in Arts. Cooper Scholarship, No. III., for Classics-Gained by R. C. Teece, but

awarded to J.J. Walsh, R. C. Teece being the holder of two

Scholarships. George Allen Scholarship for Mathematics—R. W. Hawken (Engineer

ing), J. F. Morris (Engineering), E. C. G. Page,* D. T. Sawkins, æq.

(c) At the Second Year Examination in Arts. Cooper Scholarship, No. I., for Classics—D. P. Evans-Jones. Barker Scholarship, No. I., and Norbert Quirk Prize for Mathematics -

F. G. Griffiths.

(d) At the B.A. Examination. Frazer Scholarship for History-S. D. Chalmers.

(e) At the Intermediate Examination in Law. G. Wigram Allen Scholarshipfor general proficiency–E. M. Mitchell, B.A.

(f) At the First Year Examination in Medicine. Renwick Scholarship for general proficiency in the subject of the

examination-A. H. Macintosh, prox. acc., Mabel J. Graham.

(8) At the Third Year Examination in Medicine.
John Harris Scholarship for Anatomy and Physiology.-C. S. Willis.

(h) At the First Year Examination in Science.
Levey Scholarship for Chemistry and Physics—G. Harker.
(i) Science Research Scholarship given by Her Majesty's Commissioners

of the Exhibition of 1851.

T. P. Strickland, B.E. * E.C. G. Page did not comply with the conditions for holding a Mathematical Scholarship.

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