Index to Volume 1 (1881-1884) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • academic matters,
      • Classics bias, 7, 8
      • future directions, 101, 102
    • Advanced School for Girls,
      • University examinations, 85, 86
    • Angas endowment,
      • Chair of Chemistry, 127
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • first awarded to George Donaldson, 31, 32
      • regulations, 30
    • Angas, John Howard,
      • endowment for Chair of Chemistry, 127
    • Anatomy Bill,
      • legislation to authorise practice, 130, 131, 132
    • annual report,
    • art works,
      • bust of Bishop Short, 127
      • exhibition at University building opening, 47, 48, 49, 50
    • Arts, Bachelor of,
      • changes to course arrangements, 6, 7, 13
      • examinations, 81
      • students admitted, 29
  • B

    • Barlow, William,
      • duties as temporary Registrar, 19
      • retirement as Registrar, 100, 101
      • presentation of claret jug, 103, 108
    • Boulger, Professor Edward Vaughan,
      • Chair of English Literature, 87, 88
      • lecture on origin & history of French, 133, 134
      • lectures on elementary French & French literature, 130
    • budget, 21
    • buildings,
      • costs, 120
      • dissecting room, 128
      • first university building, see Mitchell Building
      • funding & grants, 60, 115, 120
      • powder magazine, 128
      • requirements, 128
  • C

    • calendar,
    • Chancellor,
    • Chemistry, Chair of,
      • government grant refused, 130
      • J Howard Angas endowment, 127
      • proposed duties as Public Analyst, 130
    • Collegiate Schools Association, 143
    • Collegiate Masters' Association,
      • meeting with interstate headmasters, 23, 24
      • participation by women, 23, 24
    • commemorations,
      • see graduation ceremonies
    • conversazione, 47, 49
    • Cooke, William Ernest,
      • awarded South Australian Scholarship, 81
    • Council,
      • administrative power, 26
      • appointments, 20
      • financial reports, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 51
      • meetings, 61, 130
      • members at University building opening, 31
    • courses,
      • see degrees
      • see also specific awards eg. Arts, Bachelor of
    • courses, non-degree, see also evening lectures; public lectures
      • matriculation & primary examinations reorganisation, 3, 4, 5
      • terms of attendance at lectures, 33
    • curriculum, 7, 8, 12, 16
  • D

    • Davidson, Reverend John,
      • death, 1, 2, 3
    • degrees, see also specific awards eg. Arts, Bachelor of
      • ad eundem gradum, 33
      • relevance of subjects, 16, 17
      • Classics bias, 12
      • granting to women, 20
      • Law courses approved by Council, 13, 14
      • student numbers, 29, 30
    • distance students, 54, 55
    • Donaldson, George Angas,
      • awarded first Angas Engineering Scholarship, 30
    • Dornwell, Edith Emily,
      • awarded Thomas Elder prize for physiology, 99
  • E

    • Elder endowment,
      • contribution to endowment fund, 22
      • reallocation of funds, 21
      • School of Medicine, 124
      • use of Elder & Hughes endowments, 12, 13, 14, 16
    • Elder Music Scholarships,
      • inauguration, 100
    • Elder, Sir Thomas,
      • endowment for School of Medicine, 124
      • funding for Medical School, 117, 118
      • prizes for physiology, 99
    • endowments, see also name of large endowments eg. Elder endowment; Hughes endowment
      • buildings, 95, 128, 129
      • Chair in Music, 121, 122
      • Chair of Chemistry, 127
      • contribution to endowment fund, 22
      • death of Reverend Davidson, 1, 2, 3
      • funds reduced, 3
      • remuneration level changed, 5, 8
      • School of Medicine, 124
      • use for building costs, 95
    • English Literature, Chair of,
      • appointment, 56, 72, 73
      • Edmund E Morris, 67
      • Professor E V Boulger, 87, 88
    • establishment, University,
      • comparison with Edinburgh University, 125, 126
      • summary, 32
    • evening lectures, see also lectures; public lectures; courses, non-degree
      • establishment, 35, 124, 129
      • lapse of French class, 130
      • Professor Lamb on electric lighting & magnetism, 45
      • Professor Tate on chemistry of SA ores; gold, 44
      • Professor Tate on NT history & geography, 36, 37, 39, 42, 43
      • Professor Tate on climate & distribution of life in Australia, 3 lectures, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145
      • Reverend Fletcher on Hamlet, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139
      • use of University building, 38
      • Working Men's College proposed, 37, 38, 39
      • call for evening lectures in degree courses, 143, 144
    • examinations,
    • external or extramural students,
      • see distance students
  • F

    • Fletcher, Reverend William Roby, 8
      • appointment as Vice-Chancellor, 109, 110
      • evening lecture on Hamlet, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139
      • temporary appointment as Hughes Chair of English Literature, 3
    • funding,
      • annual report accounts, 95
      • Chair in Music, 121, 122
      • Council financial reporting, 15, 16
      • donations, 116, 117
      • government, 52, 115, 120, 128, 129
      • grant for building, 60
      • use of Elder & Hughes endowments, 12, 13, 14
      • use of teaching & government funds for building, 115, 120
  • G

    • Gill, Alfred,
      • awarded Stow prize, 112
    • Gosse, William,
      • Warden of the Senate, 78, 80
    • graduates,
      • admission to London University exams refused, 24, 27
    • graduation ceremonies, 99, 101, 103
      • 1882 commencement, 29
      • 1883 commemoration, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117
      • degrees conferred at opening of Mitchell Building, 27
      • name change "commencement" to "commemoration", 99, 102
  • H

    • Hewitson, Thomas,
      • awarded Stow prize, 112
    • Holder, Sydney Ernest,
      • awarded South Australian Scholarship, 30
    • Hopkins, John Fleming,
      • awarded John Howard Clark Scholarship, 112
    • Hughes Chair of English Literature,
      • see English Literature, Chair of
      •  
    • Hughes endowment,
      • contribution to endowment fund, 22
      • Hughes' refusal to alter terms, 28
      • reallocation of funds, 1, 2, 3, 20, 21
      • use of Elder & Hughes endowments, 12, 13, 14, 16
    • Hughes, Sir Walter Watson,
      • refusal to alter terms of endowment, 28
  • J

    • Jervois, Sir William,
      • address at University building opening, 31, 32
    • John Howard Clark Prize,
      • awarded to William Fleming Hopkins, 112
  • K

    • Knight, Mary Adelaide McCullagh,
      • awarded Thomas Elder prize for physiology, 99
  • L

    • Lamb, Professor Horace, 25
      • lectures on electricity, 45, 56, 58, 66
    • land holdings,
      • income, 128, 129
      • Melbourne-Adelaide railway line, 97
      • request for railway from Bordertown, 40
      • Wirreanda report, 109, 110
    • Laws, Bachelor of,
    • Law, Chair of,
      • proposal, 1, 2, 3
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • approved by Senate, 65
    • Law, School of,
      • admission & examination arrangements, 52, 53, 54
      • appointments & staffing, 17, 18, 92, 93, 97, 98, 99, 100
      • curriculum, 56, 57, 58
      • distance students, 54, 55
      • fees proposed, 55
      • performance & progress, 96, 97, 112, 113, 116
      • professional education, 58, 59, 60
      • professorship, 1
      • proposed establishment, 28, 52, 54, 56
      • qualification for legal profession, 30
      • set texts, 109
      • statutes & regulations, 89, 91, 92
    • leases,
      • land for University, 21
    • lectures, see also evening lectures; public lectures
      • attendance, 33
      • Australian geography, 140, 141, 142, 144
      • Professor Tate on chemistry and mineralology of South Australian ores, 43, 44
      • class schedule clashes, 41
      • Dr Stirling on human physiology, 27, 30
      • Professor Boulger on origin & history of French, 133
    • legislation,
    • Letters Patent,
      • comparison with other Australian universities, 31, 32
      • granting degrees to women, 20
      • recognition of science degrees, 20
    • library, 32
  • M

    • matriculation,
    • Medicine, School of,
    • Mitchell Building, 97
    • Morris, Edmund E,
      • appointment as Chair of English Literature, 67
    • Murray, George John Robert,
      • awarded South Australian Scholarship, 112
    • Music, Chair of,
    • Music, School of,
  • P

    • Prince Alfred College,
      • University examinations, 81, 82, 110
    • prizes, 99, 112
      •  see also names of specific prizes eg. Stow prizes
    • public lectures,
      • attendance, 123
      • initial lectures, 28
      • Professor Lamb on electricity, 56, 58
      • resumption, 35
  • R

    • Registrar,
    • regulations,
      • examinations, 8
      • curriculum, 7, 8, 9, 12
    • research,
      • geological research, 10, 11, 12
      • Professor Tate's Northern Territory visit, 34, 40, 41, 149, 152
    • Robin, Charles Ernest,
      • awarded University Scholarship, 99
    • Royal Military College,
      • cadetship nominations, 131
    • rowing, 46, 47
  • S

    • scholarships, see also names of specific scholarships
      • effectiveness in attracting & retaining students, 30, 31, 32
      • presentations, 112, 113
    • School of Mines, 66, 67
    • Science, Bachelor of,
      • changes to course arrangements, 6, 7
      • granting in Letters Patent, 31, 32
    • secondary schools, see also the name of the school
      • Prince Alfred College, 81
      • St Peter’s College, 112
      • Whinham College, 52
    • Senate,
      • comparison with London & Sydney Universities, 25, 26
      • meetings & reports, 61, 62, 64, 73, 101
      • postal voting, 101
    • Senate, Warden of,
      • William Gosse, 78, 80
    • Short, Rev Augustus,
    • South Australian Institute,
      • election of Governors, 61
    • South Australian Scholarship,
      • awarded to Sydney Ernest Holder, 30
      • awarded to William Ernest Cooke, 81
      • presentation, 112, 113
    • sport,
    • St Peter’s College, 112
    • State Government,
      • Anatomy Bill in Legislative Council, 131, 132, 133
      • grant for new University building, 60
      • public schools tax, 110, 111
      • technical education needs, 60, 61
    • Stirling, Professor Sir Edward Charles,
      • Governor of SA Institute, 61
      • first lecture on human physiology, 27
      • views on professional education, 5
    • Stow prizes,
      • awarded to Thomas Hewitson, 112
      • awarded to Alfred Gill, 112
    • student statistics,
      • attendance, 41, 119
      • calendar, 123
      • comparison with English & Irish universities, 29, 30
      • Council report, 20
      • degrees granted, 119
      • enrolment & pass rate, 9, 10
      • junior examinations, 96
      • undergraduate courses, 94
    • students,
      • identification at examinations, 130
      • more degree students needed, 29, 30
      • nominations for Royal Military College cadetship, 131
      • ineligibility for University of London, 24
    • Supreme Court,
      • examinations for articled clerks, 89, 90
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
  • T

    • Tatiara,
      • railway & University block, 40, 97
    • technical education,
      • parliamentary debate, 61
    • Thomas Elder Prizes for Physiology,
      • awarded to Edith Emily Dornwell, 99
      • awarded to Mary Adelaide McCullagh Knight, 99
    • Todd, Charles,
      • demonstrates use of telephone, 50
  • U

    • Union College,
      • precursor to University, 32
    • universities, other,
    • University Scholarships,
      • awarded to Charles Ernest Robin, 99
      • awarded to William John Walker, 99
    • University Shakespeare Society,
  • V

  • W

    • Walker, William John,
      • awarded University Scholarship, 99
    • Warden of the Senate, see Senate, Warden of
    • Way, Sir Samuel James,
      • Chancellor, 87
      • Governor of SA Institute, 61
      • graduation speech, 99, 100
    • Whinham College, 52