Index to Volume 13 (1924) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Academic matters,
      • benefits of practical education, 1, 2
      • resolution to include music in Bachelor of Arts Degree, 126
      • resolution to adopt, as far as possible, a uniform system of degrees in arts, science, professional faculties and similar nomenclature, 126
    • Adams, Arthur John Sorby,
      • photograph of members of rowing crew, 41
    • Adams, Frederick Penoyre,
      • admitted to Bar, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Addison, Stanley Simpson,
      • secretary of 1924 Australian Universities Conference, 122
      • assistant Registrar of Melbourne University, 122
      • in group photograph of delegates to 1924 Australian Universities Conference, 125b
    • Adelaide Hospital,
      • Dr. Raymond Thomas Binns appointed resident medical officer, 8
      • employment of medical graduates, 11
      • appointment of honorary dental surgeons to Adelaide Hospital, 12, 67
      • Dr. Harry Swift appointed as member of advisory committee, 18
      • resignation of Dr. Edward Angas Johnson, 47
      • Dr. Edward Angas Johnson appointed honorary consultant physician, 51
      • praise from Dr. W.S. Carter, Associate Director, Rockefeller Foundation, 52
      • need for chair of midwifery, 53
      • Dr. Constantine Trent Champion De Crespigny and Dr. Darcy Rivers Warren Cowan appointed honorary physicians, 67
      • Dr. Harry Carew Nott appointed honorary radiologist, 67
      • Dr. Thomas George Wilson appointed honorary gynaecologist, 67
      • Dr. Robert John de Neufville appointed Resident Medical Officer, 78
      • rapid increase in use of insulin injections for treatment of diabetes, 82, 83
      • Dr. Glen Howard Burnell appointed during absence of Dr. Rischbieth, 90
      • Dr. Albert Ray Southwood appointed Honorary Assistant Physician, 95
      • donation for erection of a kiosk for voluntary auxiliary committee, 116
      • Dr. Frederick Niell LeMessurier to enquire into babies’ hospital administration and children’s welfare work in the USA, 90
    • Affiliated institutions,
      • collection of curios from the late James Thompson Hackett (B.A., Adelaide) donated to National Gallery, 57
      • handbooks by graduates and staff part of valuable Museum collection, 70
      • meeting of board of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery attended by Professors Frederic Wood Jones, Coleman Phillipson, Dr. Richard Sanders Rogers, 91
      • bequest by the late Mrs. Jesse Frances Raven to Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, 110
    • Agar, Professor W. E.,
      • president of zoology section of 1924 Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 125a, 127
      • photograph of Professor of Zoology at Melbourne University, 123, 125b, 137a
    • Agriculture, Study of,
      • two professors to be appointed to Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 68, 69, 73
      • instruction of teachers in elements of agriculture, 30
      • agriculture in the West Indies, 44
    • Agriculture, Chair of,
      • Dr Richardson offered chair, 73
      • two professors to be appointed to Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 73
    • Albert Molineux Memorial Trust,
      • Outside Work award won by C. G. Samuel, 1
    • Allen, Mr. E.,
      • lectured on 'The Teaching of English', 52, 64, 65
    • Anderson, Dr. Charles,
      • biography of visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Anderson, William Moffat,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Andrews, E. C.,
      • photograph of permanent Hon. General Secretary of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science in 1924, 120
      • arrival in Adelaide, 128
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • Professor Robert William Chapman's regret that so many winners were employed outside Australia, 114
      • careers of the sixteen award winners (1889 - 1924), 114
      • awarded to Claude Dixon Gibb, 99, 100
    • Angwin, Hugh Thomas Moffitt,
      • appointed to Engineer-in-Chief's Department, 32
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Annual report,
      • 39th Annual report of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 1
    • Art works,
      • bequest by Annie Eleanor Ridley 8, 9
      • Alfred Drury's statue of Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel James Way arrives, 39
      • statue of Rt. Hon Sir Samuel James Way to be erected, 117, 125a
    • Art, Study of,
      • Professor Coleman Phillipson on 'Art and Norman Lindsay', 105
      • public comment on an article by Professor Coleman Phillipson on 'Art and Norman Lindsay’, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113
      • public lecture to be given by Professor Coleman Phillipson on 'Art and Life', 112, 113
    • Ashby, Ivan Edwin,
      • paper on 'The Chiton Fauna (polyplacophora) of Port Stephens, NSW', 57
  • B

    • Baker, Dr. Ralph Alderton,
      • appointed medical officer at Barmera Hospital, 28
    • Bald, Mr. R. C.,
      • on 'The Teaching of English', 52, 64, 65
    • Bampton, Mr. A. W.,
      • appointment as accountant, 42
    • Barraclough, Professor Sir Henry,
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
      • biography of distinguished visitor, 128
      • photgraph, 151
    • Barrett, Sir James,
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
      • comments on public health & venereal disease, 125a, 131
      • on 'The Establishment of Organised Playgrounds', 126, 127
      • photograph, 138
    • Barwell, Sir Henry,
      • photograph, 12
    • Basedow, Dr. Herbert,
      • demise of Wallaroo and Moonta Mines, 11
      • photograph, 11
      • vice-regal trip to Darwin to highlight latent mineral resources, 90, 91, 92
    • Bayley, William Reynolds,
      • former student of late Allen Martin, 85
      • Headmaster of Prince Alfred College to travel to United States, 29
    • Bean, Edgar Layton,
      • paper on 'Arthenian Law' for Classical Association, 69
    • Bell, Rev. Arthur Hammond,
      • photograph, 91
    • Bequests, gifts & endowments,
      • recommendation of establishment of boarding school on land given by Peter Waite, 19
      • grant by State Government, 21
      • Peter Waite's gift and endowments, 8, 68, 69, 70
      • Photograph of gifted estate, Urrbrae, 71
      • Committee on Social Efficiency funds paid to Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Fund, 89, 90
      • Mrs. Jesse Frances Raven for 'The Gavin David Lectures’ in philosophy, 110
      • donation for erection of a kiosk at Adelaide Hospital, 116
      • for founding of St. Mark's College, 2, 3, 6
      • Mrs Barbara Agnes Ayers, 6
      • Annie Eleanor Ridley, 8, 9
    • Berry, Frances Winifred,
      • on 'Intelligence Testing', 52
      • on need for criterion for standard of intelligence, 61, 62, 63
    • Bert, Ernest Julius,
      • appointed to British Imperial Oil Company, 69
    • Bevan, Frederick,
      • taught wife of Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 72
      • rumoured to leave South Australia, 125a
    • Bickersteth, Rev. Kenneth Julian Faithful,
      • relationship of secondary education to commerce, 39, 40, 41
      • on 'A Reformed Timetable'’, 52, 64, 65
      • attended meetings of Advisory Council of Education, 66, 89
      • editorial on Rev. K.J.F. Bickersteth's address on 'A Reformed Timetable', 66
    • Billinghurst, Harry,
      • appointed organiser and secretary of the Hospital Day Movement, 36
      • photograph, 36
    • Binns, Dr. Raymond Thomas,
      • appointed resident medical officer at Adelaide Hospital, 8
    • Birks, Dr. Melville,
      • death and biography, 26
      • photograph, 26
      • presentation of wallet to widow by Broken Hill workers, 30, 31
    • Birks, Lawrence,
      • to represent New Zealand government in London, 11
      • visits Adelaide on way to London, 26, 36
      • photograph, 36, 102
      • death of 1895 Angas Engineering Scholar, 99, 100, 102
      • Chief Electrical Engineer to the Dominion of New Zealand, 114
    • Birks, Mr.,
      • former Roseworthy student appointed Principal of Dookie Agricultural College in Victoria, 15
    • Bishop, John,
      • Elder Scholar's progress in London, 3
    • Bollen, Dr. Christopher,
      • former student of late Allen Martin, 85
    • Bollen, Dr. Percival,
      • former student of late Allen Martin, 85
    • Bonython, Sir John Langdon,
      • photograph of University of Adelaide Council member, 11
    • Booth, Sydney Russell,
      • photograph with group of University men, 50
      • photograph, 104
    • Borthwick, Dr. Thomas,
      • death and biography, 4, 11
      • photograph, 4
    • Boykett, Mr K. H.,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Bragg, Professor Sir William Henry,
      • on tendency towards using science for destruction, 119
      • Vice-President of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 120
      • biography, 120
      • past president of Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 128
    • Bridges, His Excellency the Governor, Sir Tom,
      • levee at Government House for King's Birthday celebration, 49
      • photograph, 132
    • Brown, Dr. William Jethro,
      • photograph of former Professor of Law, 9
    • Brown, John Walter,
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 15
    • Browne, Professor W .R.,
      • arrival of delegate to Congress, 128
    • Browne, Dr Thomas John,
      • appointment to law firm, 14
    • Buildings,
      • a site sought for Students' Union Building, 68
      • donation for erection of a kiosk at Adelaide Hospital, 116
    • Bull, Dr. L. V.,
      • secretary for veterinary science at Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127, 157
    • Bundey Prize for English Verse,
      • award to Adrian Joseph Korff, 42
    • Burdon, Roy Stanley,
      • secretary for astronomy, mathematics, physics section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Burgess, Leslie Frank,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Burgess, M. C.,
      • nominated for grant of free passage to Europe, 28
    • Burgess, Norman Cecil,
      • two year engagement with Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company in Manchester, 47
      • photograph and biography, 47
    • Burnell, Dr. Glen Howard,
      • appointed night clinic surgeon at Adelaide Hospital during absence of Dr. Rischbieth, 90
    • Burns, Professor A.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph, 125b
    • Butchers, Mr.,
      • delegate to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
  • C

    • Cambage, R. W.,
      • Biography of visitor the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Cameron, M. M.,
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College Special Prize for first year student, 1
    • Campbell, Dr. Thomas Draper,
      • on 'An unrecorded type of Aboriginal stone implement', 57
      • showed series of marked stones from Normanville, 91
      • paper on the Aboriginals of South Australia in science handbook, 113
      • secretary for ethnology and anthropology section of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
    • Campbell, Dr. W. T.,
      • secretary for ethnology and anthropology section of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123
    • Carey, Francis Clive Savill,
      • appointed as teacher of singing at Elder Conservatorium, 13, 96
      • biography, photograph, 57
      • imminent arrival, 114
      • to give song recital, 120, 170
      • photograph, 167
    • Carment, David,
      • photograph of Hon. General Treasurer of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 120
    • Castine, Ronald Oswald,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Ploughing Award Year One, 1
    • Cavenagh-Mainwaring, Dr. Wentworth Rowland,
      • elected as Fellow of The Royal Society, 57
    • Caw, Surgeon-General Alexander Ruan,
      • death in South Africa, 12
      • photograph, 12
    • Chancellors,
      • Conference of Associated Chamber of Commerce of Australia opened by Sir George John Robert Murray, 39
      • Dr. W. Rennie represents Chancellor at unveiling of tablet, 21
      • Sir George John Robert Murray gazetted as Deputy Governor, 27
      • photograph of Sir George John Robert Murray, 39, 122
      • statue of Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel James Way, 39, 125a
      • Sir George John Robert Murray a delegate to inter-universities congress, 121, 122, 125a
      • Sir George John Robert Murray Chairman of Inter-Universities Conference, 122, 125a, 126
    • Chapman, C. E.,
      • photograph and biography of past winner of an evening scholarship, 66
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • informal address on latest developments of astronomy, 17, 18
      • photograph, 37, 114, 127
      • supports Professor Kerr Grant's criticism of new Wireless Regulations, 48
      • presided at meeting of Astronomical Society, 58
      • on value of research work for community, 80
      • E.S. Rusk on Chapman’s comments on positions in the public service, 82
      • Chapman’s response to E. S. Rusk, 84
      • Institute of Engineers delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • attended meeting of Council of School of Mines and Industries, 107
      • contributes article on the 'Tides of the South Australian Coast' to handbook for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science to, 113
      • regret that many Angas Engineering Scholars employed outside Australia, 114
      • gave the first broadcast lecture on 'the Wonders of Electricity', 124
    • Chapple, Alfred,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Chapple, Frederic,
      • condolences sent to widow of former Warden of Senate, 12
      • memorial service, 28, 29
      • proposed memorial for former Warden of Senate, 45
      • memorial mural tablet unveiled at Kent Town Methodist Church, 80
    • Clark, Basil P.,
      • memories of Lord Kelvin, 82, 84
    • Clark, Edward Vincent,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
      • secretary for engineering and architecture section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • on ‘The Tramways of Adelaide’, ‘Roads’,  ‘Locking of the River Murray’ and ‘Public Supply of Electricity in South Australia’ in Science Congress Handbook, 113
    • Clark, Mr. E. de C.,
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph, 125b
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton,
      • exhibition of live Python snake, 57
      • to contribute Toadstools and Mushrooms to Museum handbooks, 70, 104
      • identification of plant and bird-life at Field Naturalist's excursion, 81, 82
      • elected a vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • Field Naturalists' delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • secretary to special committee of South Australian branch of British Science Guild, 104
      • on the 'The Larger Fungi of South Australia' in Science Handbook, 113
      • Honorary Secretary of British Science Guild (S.A. Branch) scheme for publication of series of handbooks on Fauna and Flora of South Australia, 118
      • handbook titled 'Toadstools and Mushrooms' being prepared for British Science Guild (S.A. Branch), 70, 118
    • Close, Jack Ayrtan,
      • won 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Special Prize for second year student, 1
    • Clubs, associations & societies,
      • League of Nations Union, 17
      • Round Table Christian Sociological Society, 20
      • Women's Non-Party Association, 21
      • International Federation of University Women, 21, 107
      • Johnian Club, 27, 68
      • Educational Society conference on new methods in education, 47
      • Law Students' Society, 5, 51, 67, 76, 79, 96, 104, 116
      • Graduates' Association, 52, 68, 84, 85, 104, 118, 119, 122, 124
      • Adelaide Repertory Theatre Club, 57
      • The Royal Society, 57
      • Astronomical Society, 58
      • Australian Universities Sports Association, 63
      • University Club, 68
      • Classical Association, 69, 101
      • May Club Reading Circle, 78
      • Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • Pharmaceutical Students' Association, 90
      • Methodist Ladies College Old Scholars Association, 174
      • Field Naturalists' Section of the Royal Society, 95, 96
      • Boat Club, 5
      • Student Christian Union, 12
      • University Shakespeare Society, 13
    • Clucas, Robert John Miller,
      • joint-secretary with Robert John Miller for geography and history section of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Cole, Thomas Haslam,
      • appointment as Clerk of Arraigns, 13
      • appointed Judge's Associate, 26
      • photograph, 26
    • Colebatch, Walter John,
      • need for research in diseases in stock, 55
    • Colvin, Bazett David,
      • death of former lecturer in accountancy, 6
    • Commerce, Study of,
      • editorial on need for collaboration between Chamber of Manufactures, Chamber of Commerce and University, 41
      • diploma of commerce students jealous of degree students, 117
      • Public Service Commissioner given a seat on Board of Commercial Studies, 88
    • Commercialisation,
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson hands over manufacture and sale of insulin to Commonwealth Laboratory, 15
    • Committee on Social Efficiency,
      • formed to endow a clinic to study mental deficiency, disbanded, 89, 90
    • Conferences & seminars,
    • Continuing education,
      • Public Service Association & University confer on schemes for education of members, 88
    • Cooke, Dr. William Ternent,
      • discovery of radium deposits, 22, 79
      • experiments with Sir Douglas Mawson on means of treatment for radium ore, 79
    • Copland, Professor D. B.,
      • biography of president of social & statistical science section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • photograph, 123
    • Corbin, Horace Hugh,
      • conducts a tour of Kuitpo Forest for delegates to teachers' conference, 26
      • delegate to 17th Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • article on the 'Forestry in South Australia' in handbook of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Cotton, Professor L. A.,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • establishment of two professorships for Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 73
      • nominations received for vacancies, 8
      • former Council member Sir Josiah Henry Symon presented valuable law books, 13
      • late Milton Moss Maughan always welcome at Council, 21
      • nomination of Thomas Schulz Opie & M.C. Burgess for grant of free passage, 28
      • appointment of Mr A.W. Bampton as accountant, 42
      • support for Adelaide University Pharmaceutical Students' Association, 90
      • statue of Rt. Hon Sir Samuel James Way to be erected in North Terrace lawn, 117
    • Cowan, Dr. Darcy Rivers Warren,
      • appointed honorary physician to Adelaide Hospital, 67
    • Crane, Greta Ruby,
      • awarded 1923 John Creswell Scholarship, 11
    • Crump, Cecil Charles,
      • admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Curlewis, John Burnham,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College second prize for first year student, 1
      • awarded Agriculture & Farm Dairies award for first year student, 1
      • awarded Outside Work award for first year student, 1
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Mathematics award for first year student, 1
    • Curriculum development,
      • recommendation that universities allow Music in a Bachelor of Arts degree, 31
    • Cusack, S. C.,
      • reply to Kerr Grant’s criticism of proposed amendments to Commonwealth Wireless Regulations, 45
  • D

    • David Murray Scholarship,
      • Gwendolyn Helen Ure, David Murray Scholar admitted to Bar of Supreme Court, 26
    • David, Professor Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth,
      • biography of Vice-President of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 120
      • photograph, 120, 134, 182
      • group photograph, 125b
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • association with Captain White and expedition into the interior, 122
      • report to research committee on glacial phenomena in Australia, 122
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • past president of Australasian Association of Science, 128
      • honorary degree of correspondent conferred by Geological Society of America, 93
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
      • on musical education, 20
      • on jazz following visit to Australia of Charles Hackett an American tenor, 27
      • elected Chairman of Australian Music Examinations Board, 29
      • photograph, 27, 30, 170
      • returns from Melbourne Conference of the Australian Musical Examination Board, 30
      • mentions Choral Society & Bach Society in his introduction to Dame Nellie Melba, 31
      • speaks in favour of bringing Dame Nellie Melba's Opera Company to Adelaide, 33
      • precedence given to University musicians to meet Dame Nellie Melba, 34, 170
      • address during interval of South Australian Orchestra concert, 35
      • comments on George Eastman's gift to Rochester Orchestra, New York, 36
      • inaugurator of free mid-day organ recitals held in Elder Hall each week, 48
      • to provide musical programme for The Graduates' Association social, 52
      • to lecture in Brisbane & Sydney, 58
      • presided at session on 'Dalcrose system of eurythmics', 61, 62
      • arranged musical programme for Graduates' Association social & concert, 68
      • visit to Brisbane in interest of the Australian Public Examinations in Music scheme, 76
      • elected a vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • on 'The Dignity of Music', 84
      • return from discussions on Australian examinations in Music, 91
      • address in Sydney on 'The Dignity of Music', 91
      • arranged concert for Artist's Week, 91
      • request for co-operation in reform for a standard musical pitch, 99
      • unable to attend Elder Conservatorium concert, 104
      • elected President of Graduates' Association, 119
      • delegate to 1924 Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Davis, Captain John King,
      • biography of president of geography & history section of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • photograph, 123
      • leader of Ross Sea expedition which rescued Sir Ernest Shackleton's party, 123, 127
      • association with Sir Douglas Mawson's voyages, 123, 127
      • sectional address on 'Sailing directions' at the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127, 151, 152
    • Dawkins, Dr. Sydney Letts,
      • appointed District Surgeon of St. John's Ambulance Brigade Overseas, 12
    • De Crespigny, Dr. Constantine Trent Champion,
      • appointed honorary physician to Adelaide Hospital, 67
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia British Medical Association delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
    • Degrees,
      • recommendation that Music be a subject in a Bachelor of Arts degree, 31
      • new degree of PhD not warranted, 122
      • resolution to include music as a course for Bachelor of Arts Degree, 126
      • Professor Horace Lamb & Canon Frederick Slaney Poole thought to be the two oldest ad eundum gradum graduates, 114
    • Denny, Hon. William Joseph,
      • biography of Attorney General, Minister of Housing and Assistant Minister of Repatriation, 21
    • Dentistry, Study of,
      • responsibility of Dental Board to registered dentists & dental students, 92
    • Diets, Study of,
      • Vilhjalmur Stefansson's dietary experiences & experiments in the Arctic region, 84, 85
    • Dodd, Dr., S.,
      • biography of president of veterinary science section of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 124, 127, 151, 152
    • Dodd, C.,
      • sectional address on 'Cancer in the domesticated animals' at the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
    • Dodwell, George Frederick,
      • results of Adelaide Observatory eclipse expedition, 6
      • on the Planet Mars, 108
      • on the 'The Adelaide Observatory' in handbook of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Drury, Alfred, R. A.,
      • statue by Drury of Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel James Way arrives in Adelaide, 39
    • Duffield, Walter Geoffrey,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Duffield, Dr.,
      • former professor of physics at Reading University appointed to Mt Stromlo Observatory, 62
    • Dunabin, Professor Robert,
      • on 'The Value of the University to the Community' at Rotary luncheon, 96
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph, 125b
    • Duncan, Keith Sinclair, B.E.,
      • departs Adelaide to study automotive industry in Canada, USA & England, 14
      • photograph, 14, 75, 113
      • impressions of roads and traffic in Vancouver & USA, 75
      • report on World Congress of the automotive industry in Detroit, 112, 113
  • E

    • Eardley, Frederick William,
      • address on "Some of Robert Browning's shorter poems', 68
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Eckersley, Rev. Percy Cyril Wheaton,
      • photograph, 115
    • Ecology, Study of,
      • plant communities of the Adelaide hills & plains, 77
    • Education, Study of,
      • criticism of lack of lecturer of education, 41
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • syllabus for series of concerts published, 6
      • Francis Clive Savill Carey appointed teacher of singing, 13, 57, 96, 114
      • concerts by students, 15, 17, 39, 65, 76, 171, 174, 177
      • Charles Schilsky appointed as violin master, 16
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies on music education, 20
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies on jazz, 27
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies elected Chairman of Australian Music Examinations Board, 29
      • Violin, piano & flute recital, 30
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies returns form Melbourne Conference, 30
      • Conservatorium staff & Dame Nellie Melba attend rehearsal of South Australian Orchestra, 31
      • Director favours bringing Dame Nellie Melba's Opera Company to Adelaide, 33
      • Director speaks at Rotary Club luncheon, 34
      • recital by Charles Schilsky, 36, 37
      • recital by William Silver & Harold Stephen Parsons, 48
      • free mid-day organ recitals, 48
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies to lecture in Brisbane & Sydney, 58
      • chamber music recital by Conservatorium String Quartet, 92, 93, 95
      • praise for Elder Conservatorium concerts, 96
      • chamber music recital, 96
      • biography of Harold Stephen Parsons, violoncello teacher, 97
      • biography of Charles Schilsky, violin teacher, 97
      • concert, 104, 161, 163, 164
      • concert by staff, 107
      • choral concert by ladies' part singing class, 107, 110, 112, 113
      • song recital by Francis Clive Savill Carey, 120
      • appeal for additional funds for Charlotte Grivell, 20
    • Elder Scholarships,
      • awarded to Charlotte Grivell, 3
      • progress in London of Elder Scholars Helene Taylor & John Bishop, 3
      • Ariel Shearer a winner of Silver Elder Scholarship leaves for study in London, 63
      • biography of 1901 Scholar, Harold Stephen Parsons, 97
      • twenty-one entries received, 171
    • Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Fund,
      • Committee on Social Efficiency to be disbanded & funds paid to Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Fund for psychology library, 89, 90
    • Engineering, Study of,
      • engineering as a noble profession, 117
    • Equipment and furniture,
      • customs duty on importation of scientific equipment, 96, 126
    • Eustace, John Leonard,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon to Adelaide Hospital, 67
    • Evening lectures,
      • by Professor Coleman Phillipson on 'Dante', 58
    • Evening Studentships,
      • photograph & biography of past winner, Mr. C.E. Chapman, 66
    • Examinations,
      • results of examinations at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 1
      • hints for Public Examination candidates, 4, 5
      • report of mistakes by public examination candidates, 5
      • results for Faculty of Law, 7
      • results for Bachelor of Dental Surgery, 7
      • supplementary results in Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, 8
      • supplementary results in Bachelor of Laws, 8
      • supplementary results in Special March Matriculation, 8
      • results Special Examination for Bachelor of Arts Degree, 9
      • results Special Examination for Bachelor of Science Degree, 9, 177
      • results Special Examination for Bachelor of Economics Degree, 9
      • results Supplementary Examination for Diploma in Commerce, 9
      • results of Australian Music Examinations Board examinations, 30, 36, 177
      • stress of public examinations on students, 54, 55, 165
      • Professor Kerr Grant on serious defects in school science examinations, 59, 60
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies on Music examinations, 91
      • progress on introduction of Australian Examinations in Music, 91
      • examination results for Ellie Thomas, 112
      • piano examination results for Kathleen Johns, 112
    • Expeditions,
      • George Frederick Dodwell’s eclipse expedition to Cordilla Downs, 6
    • Extension lectures,
      • Professor Archibald Thomas Strong on 'Great Writers of the Age of Shakespeare', 42, 43, 72
      • Professor Archibald Thomas Strong on 'Shakespeare's Contemporaries', 54
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn on 'South Australian Plants in their Native Haunts', 77, 83, 88
      • Dr. Walter George Woolnough on 'The Great Lonely Land - the Centre of Australia', 86
      • discussion on extension lectures at Inter-Universities Conference, 122
  • F

    • Farr, Clinton Coleridge,
      • former Angas Engineering Scholar, 114, 128
    • Fawsitt, Professor Charles Edward,
      • visitor to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Fels, Ernest Theodore,
      • awarded 1924 Morphett Medal & Special Prize for Dairying, Roseworthy Agricultural College Valuation of Live Stock award, 1
    • Fenner, Dr. Charles Albert Edward,
      • attended meeting of Advisory Council of Education, 89
      • biography, photograph, 106, 154
      • on the 'Physiography of the Adelaide Region' in handbook for the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Fisk, E. T.,
      • on 'Recent Developments in Wireless Communication' for the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
    • Fletcher, William Main,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Special Prize, 1
    • Foote, William Henry,
      • conducted orchestral concert by Elder students, 65
      • conducted the South Australian Orchestra, 106
    • Forestry, School of,
      • Professor William Mitchell's question on proposed School of Forestry, 126
    • Formby, Miles Landseer,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
      • photograph, 177
      • biography, 177
    • Fornachon, John Charles McLeod,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Second Prize, T.G.H. Buring Prize in Viticulture, Morphett Prize in Dairying, Chemistry award, Book-keeping award, all for a second year student, 1
    • Forestry,
      • Australian Forests Ltd. scheme of afforestation for the South-East, 40
  • G

    • Gale, Frederick Julius, B.A.,
      • appointed to staff of Scotch College, 30
    • Gard, Annie Vera,
      • to study grand opera in England & Italy with her husband Harold John Gard, 120, 121
      • photograph, 120
      • biography of 1916 Elder Scholar (Singing), 120, 121
    • Gard, Harold John,
      • to study grand opera in England & Italy with his wife Annie Vera Gard (nee Thrush), 120, 121
      • biography and photograph, 120, 121
    • Garnett, A. C., M.A.,
      • Workers Educational Association lecture on 'Dreams and what they reveal', 5
      • lecture on 'The Sex Problem' at Educational Society Conference, 52, 56, 59, 60, 61
    • Gartrell, Dr. Eric Frank,
      • gained Diploma of Member of Royal College of Physicians (London), 108
      • photograph, 108
    • Gartrell, Herbert William,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar a former student of the late Allen Martin, 85
      • current position, 114
    • Gavin David Young Lectures,
      • bequest by the late Mrs. Jesse Frances Raven for establishment of 'The Gavin David Young Lectures' in Philosophy, 110
    • Gender issues,
      • Mrs. Harvey Johnston on 'Women's Work in Queensland', 63
      • need for University college for women in Adelaide, 63
    • Geology, School of,
      • discovery of radium at Olary by Sir Douglas Mawson & Dr. Cooke, 22
    • Geology, Study of,
      • experiments by Sir Douglas Mawson & Dr. William Ternent Cooke on more suitable means of treatment for Radium Ore from Olary, 79
      • trip to highlight latent mineral resources of Central Australia by Dr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson & Leonard Keith Ward, 90, 91, 92, 96, 100, 101, 104
    • Gibb, Claude Dixon,
      • awarded 1924 Angas Engineering Scholarship, 99, 100
    • Gibb, Claude Dixon,
      • awarded Angas Engineering scholarship, 99, 100, 114
      • photograph, 100
    • Giblin, Major L. F.,
      • biography of visitor to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Gill, Hilda Beatrice,
      • vocal & organ recital with Harold Eustace, 86, 87
    • Glynn, Patrick McMahon,
      • biography, photograph, 78
      • adjudicated law students’ debate, 96
    • Goodman, Cyril William,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Government relations,
      • oriental students under fourteen years old not to enter the Commonwealth, 38
      • scheme for public servants to attend special course, 88
      • decision to reserve a band of wireless waves for educational institutions, 126
    • Graduates,
      • levels of unemployment of medical graduates, 11
      • employment of medical graduates by Adelaide Hospital, 11
      • eight new lawyers admitted to the Bar, 26
      • graduates in the public service discussed by Professor Robert William Chapman, 82, 84
    • Graduation ceremonies,
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College annual prize giving ceremony, 1
      • special congregation for conferring of degrees, 44, 48
    • Grant, Dr. Richard Longford Thorold,
      • appointed Honorary Surgeon, 110
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • criticises proposed amendments to Commonwealth Wireless Regulations, 45
      • photograph, 45
      • photograph with group of university men, 50
      • S.C. Cusack’s reply to Professor Kerr Grant’s criticism, 45
      • Professor Robert William Chapman on new Commonwealth Wireless Regulations with reference to Professor Kerr Grant’s remarks, 48
      • comments on Marconi's experiments on wireless telegraphy, 51
      • lectured on 'The Place of Science' at Educational Society of SA, 52, 56
      • lectured on advances in knowledge of the earth's atmosphere, 58
      • comment on relationship of consumption of refined salt and prevalence of goitre, 58
      • to attend science congress to be held in Adelaide, 59
      • on ineffectiveness of elementary examinations on scientific subjects, 59, 60
      • on serious defects in present system of secondary education, 59, 60
      • attended meetings of Advisory Council of Education, 66, 89
      • memories of Lord Kelvin on centenary of his birth, 82
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • delegate to 1924 Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
    • Gratton, Mr. F. L.,
      • on need for music in the school curriculum, 67
    • Gratton, Norman Murray Gladstone,
      • presided over evening session of Annual Conference of Educational Society of SA, 56
    • Grivell, Charlotte,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship 1924, 3
      • appeal for additional funds for Elder Scholar, 20
      • farewell recital before study in London, 55
      • leaves for study in London, 73
    • Gryst, Mr. E. F.,
      • president of pharmacy sub-section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • Sectional Address on 'Pharmaceutical Progress', 127
  • H

    • Hackett, James Thompson,
      • biography & death in Egypt, 4, 6
      • photograph, 7
      • to be buried in Melbourne, 17
      • burial in Melbourne, 28
      • Hackett Collection of Egyptian & Chinese curios placed in National Gallery in Melbourne, 57
    • Halligan, Mr. G.,
      • arrival of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Hamilton, Ian,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Hancock, Professor William Keith,
      • appointed Professor of History, 62, 63
      • biography, photograph, 63
    • Hannan, Albert James,
      • lectured on 'Roman Law', 101
    • Hansen, Mr. M. P.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Harrison, Professor Lancelot,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Harvey, A. B.,
      • Founding Secretary of St. Mark's College, 2
    • Harvey, R.,
      • arrival of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Haselgrove, Colin,
      • awarded 1924 Royal Agricultural Society’s gold medal, 1
      • awarded 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Viticulture award, 1
      • awarded 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Oenology award, 1
      • awarded 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Veterinary Science award, 1
    • Haslam, Joseph Auburn,
      • appointed principal newly established King's College, 1
    • Hayward, Dr. William Thornborough,
      • comments on irresponsibility of youth at Imperial Social Hygiene Congress, 38
      • reappointed member of Medical Board of South Australia, 67
      • return from overseas, 89
    • Heaton, Dr. Herbert,
      • on the wireless broadcasting industry, 3, 4
      • on Australian labour & industrial regulation, 7
      • on election of Labor government in Britain, 7, 8
      • lectures at Cambridge and other English universities on 'The Economic Development of Australia', 34
      • criticism of cable service between Australia & England, 44
    • Henderson, Professor George Cockburn,
      • comments on true text of Memory Cove Tablet erected by Matthew Flinders, 23
      • reply to question by Noel Augustin Webb regarding 'nautici cavete' on text of Memory Cove Tablet, 38
      • resignation, 63
      • resignation as member of Advisory Council of Education, 104
    • Heuzenroeder, Reginald Leo,
      • admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Hicks, Francis Gordon,
      • set subject for debate at meeting of Law Students' Society, 104
    • Hill, Lionel,
      • photograph of former Council member, 7
    • History, Chair of,
      • William Keith Hancock appointed Professor of History, 62, 63
      • biography, photograph of Professor William Keith Hancock, 63
    • Hodge, Charles Reynolds,
      • Registrar attends annual meeting of Australian Music Examinations Board, 31
      • retirement as Registrar, 6, 52, 169
      • photgraph, 169
    • Hodgetts, Mr. H. W.,
      • Founding Trustee of St. Mark's College, 2
    • Holden, Edward Wheewall
      • Biography and photograph of Managing Director of Holden Body Builders Ltd., 88
      • to address at meeting on role of graduates in industry & commerce, 104
    • Hollidge, David Henry,
      • motion of appreciation for Government appointment of an officer of psychology, 89
    • Homes, Alma Ivy Penelope,
      • awarded 1923 John Creswell Scholarship, 11
    • Hone, Dr. Frank Sandland,
      • comparison of salary of scientific researcher and bricklayer, 2, 3
      • recommends periodic individual medical examinations to improve, 32, 33
      • on 'The Problems of the Mentally Defective', 47
      • on the importance of the new Health Act, 79, 81, 83, 86, 102, 103
      • Health Association of Australasia delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • resigned as chairman of Committee on Social Efficiency, 89
      • infant mortality, 162, 163
      • appointed by Federal committee to sub-committee on relationship of general practitioner to preventative medicine, 102
      • to preside at conference of Public Health Association of Australasia, 117, 118
      • Drs. Frank Sandland Hone & Henry Simpson Newland's scheme for public demand for promotion of common hygienic welfare raised at Health Association of Australasia conference, 125a
    • Honner, Augustus Thomas,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Practical Dairying award, 1
      • awarded 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Wool-classing award, 1
    • Hosking, Herbert Clifton,
      • appointed Inspector of Schools, photograph, 32
    • Hossfeld, Paul Samuel,
      • elected Fellow of The Royal Society, 57
    • Howard, Arthur Ewing,
      • arrived from London, 4
    • Howchin, Professor Walter C.,
      • presented with testimonial, photograph, 19
      • to contribute ‘The Building of Australia’ and ‘the Succession of Life' handbooks to Museum publications, 70
      • exhibited internal cast of large fossil gastropod shell and New Guinea equivalent of money tokens at Royal Society, 91
      • submission of instalment of 'The Building of Australia & the Succession of Life, with Special Reference to South Australia', 104
      • article on the 'Geological Features of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • first instalment of handbook under title of 'The Building of Australia & the Succession of Life, with Special Reference to South Australia', 118
  • I

    • Indigenous issues,
      • Dr. Robert Henry Pulleine on 'On the discovery of supposed aboriginal remains near Cornwall, Tasmania' at The Royal Society, 57
      • Dr. Thomas Draper Campbell on 'An unrecorded type of aboriginal stone implement' at The Royal Society, 57
      • aboriginal stones, bark rope & other aboriginal implements exhibited at The Royal Society, 57
      • Dr. Thomas Draper Campbell exhibited pieces of slate from a native camp site at Normanville at The Royal Society, 91
      • Dr. Robert Henry Pulleine exhibited two stones from Normanville & one hand axe & three choppers from Tasmania at The Royal Society, 91
      • Dr. Alexander Matheson Morgan exhibited stone object of slate from Normanville & a stone axe & rough chopper from near Robe at The Royal Society, 91
    • Intellectual property,
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson hands over manufacture and sale of insulin to Commonwealth Laboratory, 15
  • J

    • Jackman, Frank Downer,
      • Engineering & Applied Science graduate in charge of No.2 Lock, 47
    • Jackson, Sarah Elizabeth,
      • Committee on Social Efficiency to be disbanded & funds paid to Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Fund for psychology library, 89, 90
    • Jefferis, Arthur Tarlton,
      • to ask question in Senate re Peter Waite Bequest, 8
      • on 'The Lorenz method fro Phosphate', 157
    • Jeffries, S. W.,
      • address by and photograph of Liberal Federation candidate, 10
    • Jenkinson, Herbert Gordon,
      • elected chairman of Institution of Engineers, 21
    • John Creswell Scholarship,
      • award to Greta Ruby Crane & Alma Ivy Penelope Homes, 11
    • John Lorenzo Young Scholarship,
      • lecture by 1921 Scholar, Geoffrey Samuel on 'Afforestation & Plant Pathology in South Africa' to Field Naturalists' Section of the Royal Society, 95
    • Johnson, Dr. Edward Angas,
      • resignation, 47
      • appointed honorary consultant physician at Adelaide Hospital, 51
      • photograph, 60
      • appointed Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals, 67
    • Johnston, Mrs. Harvey,
      • gave address on 'Women's Work in Queensland' & university education for women, 63
    • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey,
      • to attend Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science congress, 59
      • comments on timber destruction, 95, 96
      • presided at meeting of the South Australian branch of British Science Guild, 104
      • lectured on 'A Journey Across the Andes' to members of Carnation, Dahlia & Sweet Pea Society, 108
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Jones, Professor Frederic Wood,
      • review of his book 'The Mammals of South Australia, Part I', 10
      • visit to Coorong with SA Fauna & Flora Board, 38
      • discovery of rare marsupials (toolaches - Macropus greyi) in south-east, 40
      • gives paper on 'Pouch embryos of marsupials, No. 8, Dendrolagus matachiei', 57
      • dispute on how kangaroos are born, 70, 82, 100, 102, 103, 111, 118
      • ‘The Mammals of South Australia’, Part 1' is published, 70, 104, 118
      • attended a meeting of board of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 91
      • paper on 'External Characters of Pouch Embryos of Marsupials, No. 9 - Phascolomys Tasmaniensis', 91
      • lectured on marsupial births, 99
      • produced article on the 'Marsupials' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • kangaroo rats, pouched mice, Jerboa mouse & sleepy lizards kept for observation, 118
      • publication of 'Part II of The Mammals of South Australia', 118
      • Chairman of British Science Guild (S.A. Branch) scheme for publication of series of handbooks on Fauna & Flora of South Australia, 104, 118
      • Our Vanishing Mammals, 147
  • K

    • Keaney, Mr. W. C.,
      • NSW poultry superintendent for soldier settlement was former Roseworthy Agricultural College student, 15
    • Kelvin, Lord,
      • memories of Sir William Thompson (Lord Kelvin), 82, 84
    • Kentish, Dorothy Grace,
      • appointed Senior Work Secretary of YWCA, photograph, 22
    • Kiek, Mrs. E. S.
      • photograph, 70
    • Kiek, Principal Edward Sidney,
      • address on 'Education for Citizenship', 76
      • lecture on 'The Bonds of Empire', 81
      • summary of article on unemployment and a Bill for a remedial scheme for the unemployed, 114, 115
      • free public lecture on 'The Social Instinct', 9
      • photograph, 14, 23
      • address on "Crowd Psychology", 21
      • biography of Modern History lecturer, 23
      • lecture on 'The Present Situation in European Affairs', 46
      • gives address on 'Education for citizenship', 62
    • Kirkpatrick, Mr. A. A.,
      • endorsement of appointment of Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 70
    • Knibbs, Sir George,
      • President of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science retires, 119
      • photograph, 119, 132, 161
    • Korff, Adrian Joseph,
      • awarded 1924 Bundey Prize for English Verse, 42
      • nominated president of British Association, 33
  • L

    • Lamb, Professor Horace,
      • nominated president of British Association, 33
      • appointed President Elect of the British Association for the Advancement of Science Congress, 114
      • biography and academic career, 114
      • biography by Canon Frederick Slaney Poole, 114
    • Latin, Study of,
      • proposed abolition of Latin as a compulsory subject for matriculation, 23
    • Law Library,
      • Sir Josiah Henry Symon donated portion of his law library to School of Law, 13
    • Law, School of,
      • presentation of valuable law books by Sir Josiah Symon, 13
    • Law, Study of,
      • eight new lawyers admitted to the Bar, 26
    • Lawn tennis,
      • students from Stanford University California to play lawn tennis, 63
    • Lawson, Professor A. A.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Le Messurier, Dr. Francis Niell,
      • on leave as Honorary Surgeon tat the Adelaide Children's Hospital, 110
      • appointed Honorary Commissoner to enquire into & report upon matters pertaining to the question on babies’ hospital administration & children’s welfare work, 90
    • Le Souef, Major E. A.,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Lea, Arthur Mills,
      • article on the 'Insects' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Lectures,
      • Professor Robert William Chapman on latest developments of astronomy, 17, 18
      • Professor Archibald Thomas Strong on 'The Elizabethan Theatre', 78
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn on 'The Saltbush', 87
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart on 'The Machine, the Individual & the Person; a study in the nature of Personality', 95
      • Geoffrey Samuel on 'Afforestation & Plant Pathology in South Africa', 95, 96
      • Professor Frederic Wood Jones on marsupial births, 99
      • Sir James Barrett on 'The Fly, Rat and Mosquito', 131
      • Sir John Monash on 'Power DEvelopment in Australia', 139, 140, 141
    • Lendon, Dr. Alfred Austin,
      • reappointed member of Medical Board of South Australia, 67
      • return to Adelaide from holiday trip, 91
      • tribute to Australia House & Agent-General Sir Edward Lucas at Commonwealth Club meeting, 110, 111
      • comments on his recent trip to Europe, 110
    • Lewis, Gilbert Norman,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Wool-classing award, 1
    • Library,
      • comment on 'Pickwick Abroad' held in library, 28
      • recommendation of Committee on Social Efficiency for psychology library, 89
    • Ligertwood, George Coutts,
      • appointment to law firm, 14
    • Lindsay, Norman,
    • Liversidge, Professor A.,
      • biography of Founder & Vice-President of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science in 1924, 120
    • Lord, Clive Errol,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Lord, Mr. J. S.
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Lucas, Sir Edward,
      • photograph of SA Government Agent General, 23
    • Ludbrook, Wallis Verco,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Dux of Year Medal, Agriculture & Farm Dairies award, Veterinary Science award, Physiology award for second year students, 1
    • Lushey, Harold Merton,
      • biography of president-elect of the Public Teachers' Union, photograph, 77
  • M

    • Mac Callum, Professor,
      • proposed the establishment of an Examining University at Canberra, 121, 125a, 126
    • MacKail, Dr. John William,
      • pamphlet on 'What is the Good of Greek?', 106
    • MacKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • lectured on 'Economic Searchlights' at Workers’ Educational Association, 9
      • support for deputation from Gilles Street School to Minister of Education, 28
      • comments on 'The Dawes Report' on economic opinion, 77, 78
      • secretary for social & statistical science section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Madigan, Cecil Thomas B.Sc., 
      • lecture on adventures in Antarctica as member of the Mawson Expedition, 68, 167
      • on the triumph of the British Administration in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 87
      • photograph, 93
      • on 'Why British rule must continue in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan', 93
      • comment on article on British Rule in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 105
      • secretary for geology & mineralogy section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127, 162
    • Mahoney, Dr.,
      • arrival in Adelaide of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Maiden, Leslie Carrington,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Marston, Hedley Ralph,
      • appointed secretary to South Australian branch of British Science Guild, 104
    • Martin, Ronald,
      • article on the 'The Vineyards of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science to be held, 113
    • Mason, Gerald Gustave,
      • Agricultural Superintendent in Palestine is a former Roseworthy Agricultural College graduate, 15
    • Masson, Professor Sir David Orme,
      • biography of Vice-President of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 120, 128
    • Matriculation,
      • Inter-University Conference reaffirmation of requirements of matriculation, 126
      • proposed abolition of Latin as a compulsory subject for matriculation, 23
    • Matthews, Llandaff Brisbane,
      • admitted as practitioner to Supreme Court, 17
    • Maughan, Milton Moss,
      • unveiling of memorial tablet at Sturt Street Public School, 21
      • always welcome at University Council as head of State Education Department, 21
    • Mawson, Professor Sir Douglas,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
      • discovery of Radium at Olary, 22
      • effects of passing of ice-age warming Australian climate, 51
      • photograph, 51, 78
      • demonstrates field microscope at The Royal Society, 57
      • biography, 78
      • tribute to the death of Mr. Even R. Stanley, 182
      • experiments on treatment of radium ore, 79
      • meeting with Arctic explorer Mr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 82
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference held at The University of Adelaide, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
    • Mayo, Dr. Helen Mary,
      • chaired 'Sex Education' session at Educational Society of SA conference, 59, 60, 61
    • McBride, Dorothy Evelyn,
      • departed London for concert tour in America, 74
    • McCabe, James,
      • admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • McCoy, Mr. William Taylor,
      • photograph of Director of Education, 21
      • praise for South Australian teachers, 75
      • presided at meeting of Advisory Council of Education, 89
      • on need for elementary agriculture, woodwork & domestic science in rural schools, 108
    • McDonald, Cyril George Hugh,
      • appointed Assistant Chief Electrical Engineer of Victorian Railways, 72, 78
      • photograph and biography, 72
    • McFarland, Sir John,
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
    • McKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • lecture on 'Economic Searchlights', 8
      • need for right type of tutor for Workers' Educational Association, 46
    • McKinnon, Mr R. C.,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Medicine, School of,
      • death of Dr. Thomas Borthwick, 4
      • statistics on medical students, 11
      • possible establishment of Chair of Midwifery, 51, 53
      • praise for University & Adelaide Hospital from Rockefeller Foundation Associated Director, 52
      • increased attention on teaching of preventative medicine & public health, 83, 102, 103
    • Meegan, Kathleen Mary,
      • performance at Elder Conservatorium chamber music recital, 96
    • Melba, Dame Nellie,
      • attends rehearsal of South Australian Orchestra, 31
    • Messent, Philip Santo,
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 15
    • Millhouse, Eric William John,
      • appointed to law firm, 14
    • Mines & Industries, School of,
      • success of students at recent University public examinations, 11
      • Professor Edward Henry Rennie appointed Acting President of Council, 27
      • graduation of two engineering students, Messrs. C.N Tileman & H.E. Rose, 28
      • Educating Mining Egineers, 156, 157
    • Mitchell, Professor William,
      • Vice- Chancellor returns from fact finding visit for establishment of agricultural research institute, 29
      • photograph with group of University men, 50
      • patron of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference held at The University of Adelaide, 121, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
      • question at Inter-University Conference on proposed School of Forestry, 126
    • Mocatta, Dr. Mildred,
      • on need for clinic to investigate phenomena of mental development, 61, 62, 63
      • on 'intelligence testing', 61, 62, 63
    • Monash, Sir John,
      • president of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, biography, photograph, 119, 133
      • president elect of Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 128, 148, 149
      • inaugural address, 136
      • on 'Power Development in Australia', 139, 140, 141, 144
    • Money, Edwin Frank,
      • awarded various Roseworthy Agricultural College awards, 1
    • Moore, Arthur Pariss Reading,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon to Adelaide Hospital, 12, 67
    • Morgan, Dr. Alexander Matheson,
      • visit to South-East after discovery of rare marsupials (Toolaches - Macropus Greyi), 40
      • exhibited stone object from Normanville & a stone axe & rough chopper from near Robe at meeting of The Royal Society, 91
      • article on the 'Synopsis of the Birds of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Morphett Medal & Special Prize for Dairying,
      • award to Ernest Theodore Fels, 1
      • award bequeathed by late Mr A.H. Morphett, 1
    • Morris, Dr. B. H.,
      • reappointed Inspector-General of Hospitals, 115
    • Morris, Mervyn Charles,
      • admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Muirden, William,
      • return to Adelaide from purchasing Hassett’s Commercial College, 23
    • Murray, Sir George John Robert,
      • granted eight months leave, 169
      • gazetted as Deputy Governor, 27
      • photograph, 39, 122, 168, 169
      • opened 20th Annual Conference of Associated Chamber of Commerce of Australia, 39
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 121, 122
      • elected Chairman of Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
      • presided at Inter-University Conference, 125a, 126
      • entertained delegates of Inter-University Conference, 125a, 126
    • Music, Study of,
      • need for music in the school curriculum, 67
      • popularity of popular & jazz music, 85
      • progress on introduction of Australian Examinations in Music, 91
      • need for a standard musical pitch, 99
      • resolution at Inter-University Conference to include music in Bachelor of Arts, 126
    • Musical productions,
      • syllabus for Elder Conservatorium concerts, 6
      • concerts by students of Elder Conservatorium, 15, 17, 39
      • Elder Conservatorium violin, piano & flute recital, 30
      • Charles Schilsky's first violin recital, 37
      • Elder Conservatorium recital by William Silver & Harold Stephen Parsons, 48
      • free organ recitals by Harold Eustace Wylde, 49, 59, 67, 78, 86, 87
      • orchestral concert by students of Elder Conservatorium, 65
      • Graduates' Association social & concert, 68
      • concert by advanced students of Elder Conservatorium, 76
      • vocal & organ recital by Hilda Beatrice Gill & Harold Eustace Wylde, 86, 87
      • chamber music recital by Conservatorium String Quartet, 92, 93, 96
      • Elder Conservatorium concert, 104
      • concert by Elder Conservatorium staff, 107
      • choral concerts by Elder Conservatorium ladies' part singing class, 107, 110, 112, 113
      • fund raising concert by Repertory Theatre & Elder Conservatorium students, 110, 112
      • song recital to be given by Francis Clive Savill Carey, 120
  • N

    • Nangle, Professor J.,
      • biography, photograph of president of mental science & education section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Naylor, Margaret Mary Jessie Darnley,
      • Leaves to work for Save the Children Fund in Europe, 17, 26
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • address on the League of Nations at teachers' conference, 23, 24, 148
      • support for Workers' Educational Association claim for increased subsidy for education, 46
      • gave lecture on 'The Humanities' at Educational Society of SA, 52, 56, 57
      • comment on Naylor’s argument, 60
      • address on 'Formation of Language', 72
      • elected a vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • name ommitted from published list of candidates for University Council, 174
      • presided at meeting of Adelaide branch of International Peace Society, 107
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
    • Newland, Dr. Henry Simpson,
      • appointed to sub-committee on relationship of general practitioner to preventative medicine, 102
      • Drs. Frank Sandland Hone & Henry Simpson Newland's scheme for promotion of common hygienic welfare at Health Association of Australasia, 125a
    • Newling, P. Ray, D.D.S.
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon to Adelaide Hospital, 12, 67
    • Nicholson, Hugh John Gay,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Nott, Dr. Harry Carew,
      • appointed honorary radiologist to Adelaide Hospital, 67
  • O

    • O'Brien, Mr. E. J.,
      • Deputy Commissioner of Live Stock in Bombay former Roseworthy Agricultural College graduate, 15
    • Ohlstrom, Patrick Andreis,
      • need for one year's service under articles as a law clerk dispensed with, 21
      • admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Oldham, Wilfred,
      • address on 'The Early settlement of South Australia' at Johnian Club, 27
      • with Bessie Threadgill on the 'History of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • joint-secretary for geography & history section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Opie, Thomas Schulz,
      • on International Finance, 7
      • on taxation problems in Australia, 10, 11
      • on unrest in India, 17
      • on Export of Capital, 27
      • nominated for grant of free passage to Europe, 28
      • on problems arising out of regulation of paper currency, 37
      • on purchasing power of Australian credit in London, 38, 39
      • on system of subsidies, bonuses & taxation remissions, 40
      • on credit systems & gold as medium & standard of exchange, 51
      • on Australia's financial history, 53
      • on wheat prices, 75, 76
      • on money reserves, 92
      • on the Australian Exchange rates, 113
    • Osborn, Edith May,
      • handbook titled 'Seaweeds' in course of preparation for British Science Guild (S.A. Branch), 118
      • ‘Seaweeds' part of valuable handbooks in Museum collection, 70
    • Osborn, Professor Theodore George Bentley,
      • comments on scarcity of plant pathologists, 15, 16
      • comments on a reserve for Botanical investigation at Koonamore, 185
      • member of committee investigating bunchy top disease in bananas, 15, 16
      • investigates mortality among cattle, 41
      • on 'The Place of Science in education' at Conference of Educational Society of SA, 52, 56
      • on ineffectiveness of elementary examinations on scientific subjects, 59, 60
      • ‘Types of Vegetation in South Australia' a handbook in Museum collection, 70, 104, 118
      • extension lecture series on 'South Australian Plants in their Native Haunts', 77, 83, 88
      • elected a vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • lecture on 'The Saltbush', 87
      • in trip to highlight latent mineral resources of Central Australia with Dr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson & Leonard Keith Ward, 91, 92, 100
      • on 'South Australian Geology' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Osborne, W. G.,
      • arrival in Adelaide of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
  • P

    • Parnell, Professor,
      • Brisbane delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science in group photograph, 125b
    • Parsons, Harold Stephen,
      • on training listeners & performers at orchestral concerts, 29
      • played at Frederic Chapple’s funeral, 29
      • piano & violoncello recital with William Silver, 48
      • member of Conservatorium String Quartet, 92, 93
      • biography and photograph, 97
    • Parsons, Mr. Justice Angas,
      • photograph of University Council member, 42
    • Patchell, Mary Emma,
      • nominated for vacancy on Council of University of Adelaide, 8
    • Pavy, Gordon Augustus,
      • exempted from one year's service under articles as a law clerk, 21
      • admitted to Bar, 26
      • photograph, 28
    • Pearce, George,
      • photograph, 48
      • performance of Tchaikovsky’s concerto for piano & orchestra, 48
      • played pianoforte part in South Australian Orchestra concert, 52
    • Pearson, Francis Benjamin,
      • won Roseworthy Agricultural College Entomology award for second year student, 1
    • Perkins, Professor Arthur James,
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 15
      • endorses appointment of Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 69
      • on Lucerne Crops, 80, 81
      • articles on 'Agricultural Practice in South Australia' and 'Olive Growing in South Australia’, in handbook for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Peter Waite Bequest,
      • Senate decides to use bequest to establish Waite Agricultural Institute at Urrbrae, 12, 13
    • Peter Waite Trust,
      • Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson's possible return to Adelaide, 61, 62
    • Pharmacy, Study of,
      • proposed establishment of degree or diploma in pharmacy, 90
    • Philcox, Claude Joseph Owen,
      • photograph, biography of Prosecutor of State Children’s Department, 37
    • Phillips, John Sydney,
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College Dux of Year Medal for first year student, 1
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Physics award for first year student, 1
    • Phillipson, Professor Coleman,
      • on 'the growth and decline of nations', 3
      • on 'Truth, Good and Beauty', 146
      • on 'Sea power', 14
      • on 'Statesmanship', 23
      • on 'Democracy', 35
      • on 'Wit & Humour', 40
      • on 'Thomas Hardy', 48
      • on 'Dante', 58
      • on 'Conciliation', 70
      • on 'The Punishment of Criminals', 73
      • elected a vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • on 'The Death Penalty', 86
      • attended a meeting of board of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 91
      • on 'Art & Norman Lindsay', 105
      • responses to his article on Art & Norman Lindsay, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112
      • to give public lecture on 'Art &Life', 112, 113
      • response to public comments on his Art & Norman Lindsay article, 114
      • lecture on 'Art & Life', 124, 125a
      • criticism of Adelaide exhibition of Norman Lindsay's artworks, 124
    • Philosophy, Study of,
      • bequest by Mrs. Jesse Frances Raven for 'The Gavin David Young Lectures' in Philosophy, 110
    • Pike, Kenneth Arthur,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Study of Farm Seeds award for first year student, 1
    • Plant Pathology, Chair of,
      • appointment of eminently competent man, 95
    • Poole, Canon Frederick Slaney,
      • comments on biography of Professor Horace Lamb, 114
    • Poole, Dorothy Landon,
      • resigns as Head Mistress of Church of England Diocesan Grammar School for Girls at Ballarat and appointed Head Mistress of Abbotsleigh, Wahroonga, 110
    • Poole, Mr. Justice Thomas Slaney,
      • Founding Trustee of St. Mark's College, 2
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 8, 169
      • election to Senate, University of Adelaide, 12, 13
      • appointed Grand Master of Freemasons in SA, 22
      • photograph, biography, 22
    • Potts, William Andrew,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Prescott, Professor James Arthur,
      • appointed Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 73, 164, 165
      • biography, 73
      • photograph, 166
    • Price, Archibald Grenfell,
      • on his book 'The Foundation and Settlement of South Australia 1829 - 1845', 34
    • Priestley, Professor,
      • Brisbane delegate in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
    • Prizes & awards,
      • Royal Agricultural Society’s Gold Medal, 1
      • Morphett Medal, 1
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College awards, 1
      • Bundey Prize for English Verse, 42
      • Angas Engineering Scholarship, 99, 100
    • Professors,
      • William Keith Hancock appointed Professor of History, 62
      • photograph, biography of Professor William Keith Hancock, 63
      • two professors to be appointed to Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 68, 69, 73
      • Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson appointed Director & Professor of Agriculture, 73, 88
      • J. A. Prescott appointed professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 73
    • Psychology, Study of,
      • application of psychology to education & industry to overcome social problems, 41
    • Public Examinations Board,
      • use of the word 'lady' instead of 'woman', 29
    • Public lectures,
      • A.C. Garnett on 'Dreams and what they reveal', 5
      • 'Economic Searchlights' by Alexander Leslie Gordon MacKay, 8, 9
      • The Social Instinct' by Principal Edward Sidney Keik, 9
      • Professor Coleman Phillipson on 'Art & Life', 112, 113, 124, 125a
      • Professor Robert William Chapman gave the first broadcast lecture on 'the wonders of electricity', 124, 127
    • Pulleine, Dr. Robert Henry,
      • photograph with group of University men, 50
      • presided at meeting of The Royal Society and gave paper on 'On the discovery of supposed aboriginal remains near Cornwall, Tasmania', 57
      • his title, ‘Spiders' is a Museum handbook, 70
      • delegate to 17th Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • presided at meeting of the Royal Society and exhibited two stones from Normanville, and one hand axe & three choppers from Tasmania, 91
      • treasurer for special committee of SA branch of British Science Guild, 104
      • British Science Guild scheme for publication of series of handbooks on Fauna & Flora of South Australia, 118
      • chairman of Rotary Club meeting, 126, 127
    • Purdt, Professor,
      • Sectional Address on 'Vitamins & fruit in diet' at Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
    • Purdy, Lieutenant-Colonel Dr. J. S.,
      • president of sanitary science & hygiene section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • photograph & biography, 123
  • Q

    • Quinn, George,
      • article on the 'Fruit Growing in South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Quodling, Miss,
      • Arrival of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
  • R

    • Raggatt, Mr. H. G.,
      • arrival of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Ralli, Stephen S.,
      • letter from Sussex, 12
    • Read, P. A.,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Reeves, Charles Wheatley,
      • admission to the Bar, photograph, 101
    • Registrar,
      • Farewell to Charles Reynolds Hodge, retiring Registrar, 6
      • Charles Reynolds Hodge attends Australian Music Examinations Board, 31
      • retirement of Charles Reynolds Hodge, 52
      • Frederick William Eardley in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Reichstein, Lance Eric Harold,
      • appointed head of mechanical and electrical engineering department in Geelong, 32
    • Reid, Frederick William,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • secretary to Committee on Social Efficiency, 89
      • resignation as secretary to South Australian branch of British Science Guild, 104
    • Reimann, Hilda Marie,
      • member of Conservatorium String Quartet, 92, 93
    • Rennie, Professor Edward Henry
      • appointed Acting President of Council of School of Mines & Industries, 27
      • attended meeting of Council of School of Mines & Industries as Acting President, 107
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • in group photograph of delegates to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125b
    • Research,
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson on using research in industry, 2, 3
      • collaboration between universities on research into common cold, 2
      • cooperation on insulin research by Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson and Abattoirs Board, 8, 75
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson hands over manufacture and sale of insulin, 15
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn member of committee investigating bunchy top disease in bananas, 15, 16
      • discovery of Radium at Olary, SA by Sir Douglas Mawson & Dr. Cooke, 22
      • Professor William Mitchell returns from visit to Britain related to establishment of agricultural research institute, 29
      • Reginald John Rudall's research on South Australian records in the Colonial Office in England, 34
      • Professor Frederic Wood Jones’ research related to discovery of rare marsupials (Toolaches - Macropus Greyi) in South-East, 40
      • investigation into mysterious mortality among cattle by Professor Osborne, 41
      • lack of monetary investment for scientific research & its application to industry, 42
      • on preparing Australian woods for building purposes, 47
      • discoveries related to causes of Cancer, 55, 58
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on cause of Cancer, 55
      • vinca (perriwinkle) as possible cure for Diabetes, 67
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson’s research into cell growth in 'Basis of Growth and Senescence', 74
      • decrease in death rate from diabetes following liberal use of insulin, 75
      • Sir Douglas Mawson & Dr. William Ternent Cooke experiment on more suitable means to treat Radium ore, 79
      • need for system of home treatment following increasing use of insulin injections for treatment of Diabetes, 82, 83
      • experiments on salt content of saltbush, 87
      • South Australian branch of British Science Guild's research, 104
      • research in agriculture enhanced by establishment of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 110
      • Professor Frederic Wood Jones' menagerie kept in university shed, 118
    • Residential colleges,
      • applications available for student admissions to St. Mark's Residential College, 77
    • Rhodes Scholarships,
      • F E Williams, former Rhodes Scholar, returns to Adelaide, 35
      • plan for students of many countries to know each other, 59
      • photograph of former Rhodes Scholar Professor William Keith Hancock, 63
      • Frederick Lewis Thyer departs Adelaide for overseas, 95
      • H. T. Coombs; Rhodes Scholar, 177
    • Rice, Patrick William,
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 15
    • Richards, Professor H. C. ,
      • Professor of Geology & Mineralogy at University of Queensland, 123
      • president of Geology & Mineralogy section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
      • Sectional Address on 'Volcanic activity in Queensland', 127, 152
    • Richardson, Dr. Arnold Edwin Victor,
      • awarded doctorate, 13
      • biography, 14, 15, 43, 68, 69, 74
      • influence upon agriculture, 43
      • photographs, 14, 43, 69, 72, 154, 174
      • possible return to Adelaide, 61, 62
      • arrival to Adelaide, 174
      • appointed Director of and Professor of Agriculture at Waite Agricultural Institute, 68, 69, 70, 73, 88, 110, 158
      • photograph of the residence of the Director of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 71
      • indefinite date for taking up appointment, 72
      • treatise on development of grasslands, 94, 95
      • regret that Victoria loses the services of Dr. Richardson, 99
      • influence on research into wheat growing in the Wimmera, 110
      • attendance at Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 119
      • attendance at Rotary Club meeting, 126
    • Richardson, Mrs. Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson,
      • studied music under Frederick Bevan, 72
      • residing at Grand Central Station awaiting arrival of Professor Richardson, 90
    • Ridley, John,
      • bequest by Annie Eleanor Ridley, 8, 9
      • preservation needed for original flour mill engine, 12
    • Rivers, Captain G. H. Pitt,
      • public lecture on 'Vanishing Races', 127
    • Rivett, Professor A. C. D.,
      • photograph of president of chemistry section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • Rhodes Scholar & lecturer in chemistry at Melbourne University, 123, 127
    • Robertson, Merle,
      • Danish-Australian pianist leaves for Sydney, 20
      • returns for concerts, 34
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • cooperation on insulin research by Professor Robertson and Abattoirs Board, 8
      • on 'The Sex Problem' at Annual Conference of Educational Society of SA, 52, 56
      • comments on discovery of cause of cancer & his own research, 55
      • on using University research in industry, 2, 3
      • on the physiology of sex at Educational Society of South Australia conference, 59, 60, 61
      • comments on curative properties of vinca (periwinkle), 67
      • on need to find a site for a Students' Union Building, 68
      • disputes Sir James Crichton-Browne's claim that acquired characteristics can be transmitted, 74
      • photograph, 74
      • recognition of role of Abattoirs Board in manufacturing insulin, 75
      • on Mr. Bellchambers' extensive experience of animal behaviour, 84
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • on claim that glycerine might supplement insulin in treatment of diabetes, 115
      • on the teaching of physiology as proposed by British Science Guild (S.A. Branch), 118
      • outline of practice & experience of Ph.D. degree in America, 126
      • hands over manufacture and sale of insulin to Commonwealth Laboratory, 15
    • Robin, Rowland Cuthbert,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Robinson, Roy Lister,
      • Rhodes Scholar a former student of late Allen Martin, 85
    • Rockefeller Foundation,
      • invitation to Dr. Cumpston to visit USA, 84
      • work of, 52, 118, 122, 124
    • Rodway, Mr. L.,
      • biography of president of botany section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 124, 127
      • photograph of president of botany section, 124
      • Sectional Address on 'Ecologic conditions of vegetation in Tasmania' at Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127, 152
    • Rogers, Dr. Richard Sanders,
      • attended board of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 91
      • on death of Secretary of The Royal Society, 57
      • reappointed member of Medical Board of South Australia, 67
    • Rosenthal, Major-General Sir Charles,
      • biography of visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • annual prize giving ceremony and academic awards, 1
      • 39th Annual report, 1
      • the benefits of practical agricultural education, 1, 2
      • bequest by Annie Eleanor Ridley, 8, 9
      • graduate appointed assistant to Queensland poultry superintendent, 15
      • biography of Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 14, 15, 43
      • Professor Arthur James Perkins on 'Manuring Lucerne Crops', 80, 81
      • annual winter school on proper farm management, 88
      • Professor Arthur James Perkins on the 'Agricultural Practice in South Australia', 113
      • George Quinn on the 'Fruit Growing in South Australia', 113
      • Ronald Martin on the 'The Vineyards of South Australia', 113
      • Professor Arthur James Perkins on the 'Olive Growing in South Australia', 113
      • Walter John Spafford to be the secretary for agriculture & forestry section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Ross, Professor Alexander,
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
      • Perth delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • biography of distinguished visitor, 128
    • Rourke, E. J.
      • teacher advocates uniform matriculation and abolition of compulsory Latin, 23
    • Rowing,
      • photograph of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Rudall, Reginald John,
      • research on South Australian records in the Colonial Office, 34
      • set question for debate at meeting of Law Students' Society, 96
    • Rumball, P. S,
      • former Roseworthy Agricultural College student assistant to poultry superintendent, 15
    • Russell, Lt. Col. Herbert Henry Ernest,
      • presented with Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officer's Decoration, 49
  • S

    • Salaries,
      • comparison of salary of scientific researcher and bricklayer, 2, 3
    • Samuel, Charles Graham,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College awards, 1
    • Samuel, Geoffrey,
      • ‘Plant Pathology' will be one of the valuable handbooks in Museum collection, 70
      • on 'Some New Records of Fungi for South Australia, Part III', 91
      • 1921 John Lorenzo Young Scholar on 'Afforestation & Plant Pathology in South Africa', 95, 96
      • handbook on 'Plant Pathology' ready for publication, 104, 118
      • article on the 'Plant Pathology of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • secretary for botany section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Sandford, Wallace,
      • nominated as Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 15
    • Schilsky, Charles,
      • appointed violin master at Elder Conservatorium, 16
      • photograph and biography, 16, 97
      • recital by Elder Conservatorium teacher of violin, 36, 37, 170
      • influence of newly appointed professor of violin, 92, 93, 96
      • violin recital at concert by Elder Conservatorium staff, 107
      • comments on the art of Norman Lindsay, 125a
    • Scholarships,
      • increased scholarships, rather than a free university, supported by Mr S. W. Jeffries, 10
      • Ernest Ayres Scholarship awarded to Miss Ellen D. Macklin, 177
      • John Creswell Scholarship, 185
      • General Pau Scholarship awarded to Mr. G. L. Woolnough (photograph), 185
    • Schulz, Dr. Adolf John,
      • comments at Annual Conference of Educational Society of SA, 56
      • secretary for mental science & education section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Scott, E.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Scott, Robert Colin,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Botany award for first year student, 1
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Chemistry award for first year student, 1
    • Scott, Ronald Melville,
      • appointed City Engineer and Surveyor by Adelaide City Council, 32
      • photograph, 32
      • on 'Problems of the Torrens flood waters', 157
    • Secondary education,
      • suggestion to teach agriculture in secondary schools, 18
      • proposed abolition of Latin as a compulsory subject for matriculation, 23
      • discussion of uniform matriculation standard, 25
      • Rev. Kenneth Julian Faithful Bickersteth on relationship of secondary education to commerce, 39, 40, 41
      • comments by Professor Kerr Grant on serious defects in present system of secondary education, 59, 60
      • need for universities to limit number of intermediate subjects per student, 85
      • diversity in the manner of studying history, 85
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson on the teaching of physiology in SA schools, at British Science Guild of S.A., 118
      • discussion at Inter-Universities Conference on proposed course of general science for public examinations, 125a, 126
    • Segnit, Ralph Walter,
      • election as Fellow of The Royal Society, 57
    • Senate,
      • tablet in memory of Frederic Chapple, former Warden of the Senate, unveiled, 80
      • announcement of meeting, 8
      • Arthur Tarlton Jefferis to ask question in Senate re Peter Waite Bequest, 8
      • election of Senate members Mr. Justice Thomas Slaney Poole & Walter James Young, 12, 13
      • condolences sent to widow of Frederic Chapple, 12
      • policy on Peter Waite bequest & Waite Agricultural Institute, 13
      • Warden of Senate, The Hon. Mr Justice Thomas Slaney Poole appointed Grand Master of Freemasons in SA, 22
      • proposed memorial for Frederic Chapple, 45
    • Shann, Professor Owen Giblin,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Shaw, G. D.,
      • secretary for Chemistry section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Shearer, Ariel,
      • former winner of Silver Elder Scholarship leaves for study in London, 63, 73
      • photograph, 63
      • farewell recital before study in London, 67
    • Shepherdson, Miss,
      • arrival in Adelaide of delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Silver, William,
      • Elder Conservatorium piano & violoncello recital with Harold Stephen Parsons, 48
      • pianoforte teacher's pupil Ariel Shearer leaves for study in London, 63
    • Skeats, Professor E. W.,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to 1924 Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Skinner, H .D.,
      • president of Ethnology & Anthropology section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127
      • sectional address on 'The origin & relationships of the material culture & decorative art of the New Zealand Maori's', 127, 157
    • Skipper, Stanley Herbert,
      • biography of president of Commonwealth Club, 36
      • photograph, 36
    • Smeaton, T. H.,
      • memories of Lord Kelvin, 84
    • Smith, Dr. William Ramsay,
      • photograph, 22
      • on 'Some recent Scottish poetry' at meeting of Adelaide Repertory Theatre Club, 57
    • Smith, Francis Villeneuve,
      • photograph, 46
    • Smith, Harold Whitmore,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar currently employed in USA, 114
    • Smith, Louis Laybourne,
      • discussions re using University research in industry, 2, 3
      • Institute of Architects delegate to 17th Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • photograph, 95
    • Smith, Professor Grafton Elliot,
      • photograph, 128
      • biography of distinguished visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Sommerville, Professor D. M. Y.,
      • photograph, 123, 150
      • University of Wellington professor an expert mathematician, 123, 127
      • sectional on 'The development of the ideas of space & time', 127, 152
    • Souter, Dr. Robert John de Neufville,
      • appointed Resident Medical Officer at Adelaide Hospital, 78
    • Southwood, Dr. Albert Ray,
      • appointed Honorary Assistant Physician at Adelaide Hospital, 95
    • Spafford, Walter John,
      • secretary for agriculture & forestry section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • St. Mark's College,
      • Founding Trustees of residential college, 2
      • donations for residential college, 2, 3, 4, 6
      • bequest from estate of Mrs Barbara Agnes Ayers, 6
      • photograph, 171
      • opening, 171
    • Staff,
      • Elder Conservatorium staff & Dame Nellie Melba attend rehearsal of South Australian Orchestra in Elder Hall, 31
      • Letter of criticism over precedence given to union & University musicians to meet Dame Nellie Melba, 34
      • Committee on Social Efficiency to be disbanded & funds paid to Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Fund for psychology library, 89, 90
      • concert by Elder Conservatorium staff, 107
      • resolution at Inter-University Conference on periodic leave for teaching staffs, 126
    • State Government,
      • proposal by Premier to spend money on re-afforestation, 6
      • anonymous comment on re-afforestation needs, 9
      • undertakes printing and publication of books on South Australian mammals & fishes, 10
      • report by Director of Education, Mr W T McCoy, on his visit to Imperial Education Conference, 18, 19
      • report on State Education by Education Minister, Hon T Pascoe, 20, 21
      • grant to University of Adelaide, 21
      • Dr. D. M. Steele appointed Health Officer for District of Apoinga, 21
      • announcement of new government ministers, 22
      • deputation from Gillies St School to Minister of Education re state of facilities, 28
      • Dr. Ralph Alderton Baker appointed medical officer at Barmera Hospital by Executive Council, 28
      • Minister of Education proposes direct tax for education, 29, 38
      • policy aim of free education for all from primary to University, 34
      • new South Australian Public Health Act, 79, 81, 83
    • Statistics,
      • 1923 graduate statistics for Roseworthy Agricultural College, 1
      • Stefansson, Vilhjalmur,
      • on vice-regal trip to Darwin to highlight latent mineral resources, 90, 91
      • reports on trip, 92, 96, 100, 101, 104
      • on meat diet, 84, 85
    • Steele, Dr. D. M.,
      • appointed as Health Officer to the local Board of Health, District of Apoinga, 21
    • Stenning, Mr. S.C.,
      • secretary for sanitary science & hygiene section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Stevens, Edgar Loveday,
      • on Australia's legal rights & the White Australia Policy, 105
    • Stewart, Professor John McKellar,
      • on 'Some Educational Requirements of a Democracy', 13
      • appointed President of the Kindergarten Union, 29
      • address at Conference of Educational Society of SA, 56, 57
      • address on 'Teachers' Equipment' at Public Teachers' Union conference, 62, 75, 76
      • elected a vice-president of the University Dramatic Society, 83
      • attended meeting of Advisory Council of Education, 89
      • lecture series on 'The Machine, the Individual & the Person; a study in the nature of Personality', 95, 103, 108, 109
      • appointed a member of Advisory Council of Education, 104
      • editorial on lecture on Personality and the examination of nature, 106
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Stirling, Sir John Lancelot,
      • re-election to the Legislative Council Presidency, a political record, 99
      • photograph of former Council member, 7, 95, 99
    • Stow Prizes,
      • Gwendolyn Helen Ure, multiple Stow Prize winner admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
    • Streich, Dr. Carl Ivo,
      • gained membership of Royal College of Physicians, 106
    • Stradbroke, Lady,
      • Vice regal part in Steffansson expedition, 96
    • Strong, Professor Archibald Thomas,
      • writing represented in 'A Book of Australasian Verse' (Oxford University Press), 16
      • on 'Great Writers of the Age of Shakespeare', 42, 43
      • on 'Shakespeare's Contemporaries', 54, 63, 65, 66
      • on 'The Great Writers of the Shakespeare's Age', 72
      • on 'The Elizabethan Theatre' at Reading Circle, 78
      • on amateur dramatics at the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • elected vice-president of the Adelaide University Dramatic Society, 83
      • deputised for Professor Edward Harold Davies at Elder Conservatorium concert, 104
      • to lecture at Melbourne University on 'Beowulf', 115
      • Tragic Art, 166
      • Satire in English Literature, 167
    • Stuart, Walter Leslie,
      • biography and photograph of Master of the Supreme Court, 7
    • Student statistics,
      • statistics on medical students, 11
    • Student support,
      • Returned Soldiers' League (RSL) assistance for education of war orphans, 68
    • Student Union,
      • Graduates' Association & University Club aim to find a site for a Students' Union Building, 68
    • Students,
      • concerts by students of Elder Conservatorium, 15, 17, 39, 65, 76, 107, 110
      • address by Professor Edward Harold Davies at student social, 20
      • photograph of Arthur John Sorby Adams, Gemmel Tassie, Leslie Carrington Maiden, Ian Hamilton, R.C. McKinnon, P.A. Read, J.S. Lord, K.H. Boykett, members of Adelaide University crew, 41
      • Bundey Prize for English Verse awarded to Adrian Joseph Korff, 42
      • choral concert by Elder Conservatorium ladies' part singing class, 107, 110, 112, 113
      • Intervarsity debate victory, 162
      • fund raising concert by students to defray costs heavy personal expenses of inter-state contests, 110, 112
      • discussion on university jurisdiction over students at Inter-University Conference, 125a, 126
    • Study leave,
      • resolution at Inter-University Conference on periodic leave for teaching staffs, 125a, 126
    • Summers, Professor H. S.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Sussmilch, Mr. C. A.,
      • biography of distinguished visitor to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Swan, Frank M., L.D.S.,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon to Adelaide Hospital, 12, 67
    • Swift, Dr. Harry,
      • appointed as member of advisory committee of Adelaide Hospital, 18
    • Symon, Sir Joshua Henry,
      • presents portion of his law library to School of Law, 13
  • T

    • Tassie, Gemmel,
      • photograph of members of Adelaide University crew, 41
    • Tassie, Robert Wilson,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
      • chairman of the first meeting of the Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science held in Adelaide, 116
    • Taylor, Helene,
      • Elder Scholar's progress in London, 3
    • Teacher training,
      • introduction of courses at Teachers' College in agriculture, woodwork and domestic science, 8
      • school at Edwardstown for teaching teachers elements of agriculture, 30
    • Technology,
      • Professor Robert William Chapman gave the first broadcast lecture from Mr.G. Hume's Broadcasting Station (5 Don N) at Park Terrace, Parkside, 124
      • Federal Government decision to reserve a band of wireless waves for educational institutions, 126
      • Professor Robert William Chapman gave the first broadcast lecture, 127
    • Thomas, Ellie,
      • Gained diploma for practice of music, London, photograph, 112
    • Thomas, Roy Swalling,
      • awarded Roseworthy Agricultural College Competitive Map Design award for first year student, 1
    • Thompson, Sir William, 82, 84
      • see also Lord Kelvin
    • Thomson, Harry,
      • Founding Trustee of St. Mark's College, 2
      • editorial on Empire Economic Council and Free Trade, 10
      • editorial on scheme of reciprocal trade preferences & protectionism, 42
      • editorial on treaty making power of the dominions, 62, 63
      • editorial on Australian economic problems, 81
      • editorial on the Olympic Games, 101
      • editorial on the 1924 Anglo-Russian Conference, 115
    • Thredgill, Bessie,
      • Wilfred Oldham & Bessie Thredgill on the 'History of South Australia' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
    • Thrush, Annie Vera, 120, 121
      • see also Annie Vera Gard
    • Thyer, Dr. Frederick Lewis,
      • Rhodes Scholar departs Adelaide for overseas, 95
    • Tiegs, Dr. Oscar Werner,
      • secretary for zoology section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Tileman, Carl Norboy,
      • death, 28
    • Tilley, Dr. Cecil Edgar,
      • visit by future staff member of Cambridge University, 102
      • arrival of Cambridge University delegate to Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 128
    • Treharne, Bryceson,
      • role in initiating Repertory Theatres in Australia, 83
  • U

    • Universities, other,
      • need for collaboration between Australian universities & public health bodies on research into common cold, 2
      • arrival in Fremantle of Professor J N Greenwood, to be Professor of Metallurgy at Melbourne University, 8
      • former Adelaide athlete, Sumner, now at Oxford, competes in Queen's Club meeting in London, 10
      • levels of unemployment of medical graduates in Melbourne and Adelaide, 11
      • Gerald Walenn part of Sydney Conservatorium string quartet, 12
      • high failure rate by Melbourne University medical students, 21
      • public appeal for proposed Cancer Institute at Sydney University, 28
      • meeting of Australian Music Examinations Board in Melbourne, 31
      • Commonwealth Day procession by Hobart university students, 38, 40
      • obligations regarding education recognised by universities of the British Empire, 39
      • Queensland professor argues neglect of science among primary producers, 45, 46
      • Melbourne professor's foreword to book 'The Dalton Plan in Australia', 46
      • Sydney professors to address Clinical Congress in New York, 51
      • suggestions for chair of midwifery in NSW & Victorian universities, 51, 53
      • differences between Australian & Californian universities, 52
      • former Professor at Reading University to work at Mount Stromlo Observatory, 62
      • students from Stanford University, California to play lawn tennis under auspices of Australian Universities Sports Association, 63
      • founding of Women's College in Brisbane, 63
      • celebrations in Melbourne & Perth for centenary of the birth of Lord Kelvin, 82, 84
      • Harvard University studies on a meat diet, 85
      • disgraceful behaviour of Hobart students, 96
      • appeal by Cancer Council Committee of University of Sydney for library funds, 100
      • Soviet government restriction on the number of university students, 100, 101
      • Duntroon Military College rumoured to become attached to Sydney or Melbourne Universities, 102
      • Professor Ewart of Melbourne University joined Vilhjalmur Stefansson’s tour, 104
      • Sir William Dunn bequest to University of Cambridge, 106
      • research by Imperial College of tropical agriculture, 106
      • Dr. John William MacKail of University of Oxford on 'What is the Good of Greek?', 106
      • proposed International Hall of Residence for university women, London, 107
      • research into wheat growing at Longerenong Agricultural College, Victoria, 110
      • Professor Archibald Thomas Strong to lecture at Melbourne University, 115
      • proposed establishment of an Examining University at Canberra, 121, 122, 125a, 126
      • Sir James Barrett of Melbourne University on statistics on venereal disease, 121
      • Stanley Simpson Addison was assistant Registrar of Melbourne University, 122
      • Australian universities oppose an examining university in Canberra, 122
      • discussion of extension lectures at Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • Australian universities opposed to University of London conducting examinations for degrees in Australia, 122
      • grant by Imperial College of Science for scholarships for dominion graduates, 126
    • Ure, Gwendolyn Helen,
      • multiple Stow Prize winner & David Murray Scholar admitted to Bar of SA Supreme Court, 26
  • V

    • Verco, Dr. William Alfred,
      • reappointed member of Medical Board of South Australia, 67
      • ‘Mollusca' is part of valuable handbooks in Museum collection, 70
      • handbook on 'Shells' ready for publication by SA branch of British Science Guild, 104
      • article on the 'Mollusca' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • handbook titled 'Shells' being prepared for British Science Guild (SA Branch), 118
    • Vice-Chancellors,
      • Professor William Mitchell returns from Britain after visiting agricultural research institutes for establishment of Waite Institute, 29
      • Professor William Mitchell a delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 121, 122
      • Professor William Mitchell a delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • Professor William Mitchell in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Von Bertouch, G.
      • letters on Rev. K.J. F. Bickersteth’s speech on secondary education and commerce, 40
  • W

    • Waite Agricultural Institute,
      • policy of University Senate on Peter Waite bequest, 12
      • possible appointment of Dr Richardson, 61, 62
      • Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson appointed Director and Professor of Agriculture, 13, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 88, 99, 110
      • Photograph of Professor Richardson, date of arrival indefinite, 72
      • fact finding visit to Britain by Professor William Mitchell for establishment of agricultural research institute at Urrbrae, 29
      • Walter John Colebatch sees need for research in diseases, 55
      • photograph of Urrbrae Estate the residence of Dr Richardson, 71
      • Council decision to establish two professorships, 73
      • Appointment of James Arthur Prescott as Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 73
      • Dr. Richardson to attend Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 119
    • Waite, Peter,
      • recommendation of establishment of boarding school on land given by Peter Waite, 18, 19
      • gift of Urrbrae Estate, endowments, 68, 69, 70
      • photograph of estate, 71
      • Arthur Tarlton Jefferis to ask question about Peter Waite Bequest, 8
    • Walenn, Gerald,
      • former staff member part of Sydney Conservatorium string quartet, 12
    • Walter, Mr. O. H.,
      • secretary for pharmacy sub-section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
    • Ward, Cyril Michael,
      • appointed vice-principal of Adelaide High School, 53
    • Ward, Leonard Keith,
      • trip to interior to highlight latent mineral resources, 78, 90, 91, 92
      • contact for information on the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 80
      • announces programme for Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89, 93
      • report on vice-regal trip to highlight latent mineral resources, 96, 100, 101
      • on the 'Underground Water' for Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 113
      • Hon. Secretary for the Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 116, 118, 119
    • Watson, Frederick Keith,
      • former Roseworthy Agricultural College student employed in NSW, 15
    • Watt, Professor R. D.,
      • biography of president of agriculture & forestry section of Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 123, 127
      • Sectional Address on 'Problems of the world's food supply', 127
    • Way, Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel James,
      • memorial statue, 39, 117, 125a, 173
      • unveiling of memorial statue ceremony (photograph), 173
    • Webb, Noel,
      • photograph, 14
    • Webb, Noel Augustin,
      • question regarding 'Nautici Cavete' on text of Memory Cove Tablet erected by Matthew Flinders, 38
    • Wehrstedt, Rev. Walter Franz,
      • rector of St Paul’s, photograph, 34
    • Wells, Dr. Clarence Gordon,
      • reappointed Officer of Health in District of Upper Wakefield, 102
    • Whitfield, Professor H. E.,
      • photograph of Professor at University of Western Australia, 123, 125b
      • sectional Address on 'Efficiency in modern life' at Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 127, 150, 151
      • photograph, 151
    • Whitington, Sylvia Muriel,
      • comments on South Australian Orchestra & its conductor, 29
      • leader of South Australian Orchestra for concert, 52
      • member of Conservatorium String Quartet, 92, 93
      • performance with South Australian Orchestra, 106
    • Wibberley, Rev. Brian,
      • to conduct memorial service for late Frederic Chapple, 28, 29
    • Williams, Francis Edgar,
      • anthropologist in scheme to develop Papuan native economic development, 37
    • Willsmore, Professor N. T. M.,
      • delegate to 1924 Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Wilson, Dr. Thomas George,
      • appointed honorary gynaecologist to Adelaide Hospital, 67
    • Wilson, Mr. H. C.,
      • manager of Werribee Experimental Farm, former Roseworthy Agricultural College student, 15
    • Wilson, Professor J. P.,
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Wilson, Richard Joseph,
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College student awards, 1
    • Wilton, Professor John Raymond,
      • made a Fellow of Cambridge Philosophical Society, 5
      • elected a vice-president of the University Dramatic Society, 83
      • organised a 'No More War' demonstration, 107
      • Vice-President of the Adelaide branch of the International Peace Society, 107
      • delegate to Inter-Universities Conference, 122
      • delegate to Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 125a
      • in group photograph of delegates, 125b
    • Women students,
      • discussion of need for women’s college, 63
      • Methodist Ladies College Old Scholars Association, 174
      • Miss Ellen D. Macklin awarded Botany Scholarship, 177
    • Wood, Gordon Leslie,
      • elected fellow of Royal Geographical Society, London, 15, 16
      • photograph, 16
      • presided over meeting of Workers' Educational Association, 53
    • Woodroffe, Alfred Norman,
      • awarded 1924 Roseworthy Agricultural College Shearing award, 1
    • Woolnough, Dr. Walter George,
      • extension lecture on 'The Great Lonely Land - the Centre of Australia', 86
    • Wordie, Ada Winifred,
      • vocal performance at Elder Conservatorium chamber music recital, 96
    • Workers' Educational Association,
      • biography and photograph of George McRitchie, Secretary, 4
      • public lecture by Mr. A.C. Garnett on 'Dreams and what they reveal', 5
      • lecture on 'Economic Searchlights' by Alexander Leslie Gordon MacKay, 8, 9
      • lecture on 'The Social Instinct' by Principal Edward Sidney Keik, 9
      • seventh annual conference, 12
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart on 'Some Educational Requirements of a Democracy', 13
      • notes on progress of association, 19
      • deputation to government for increased subsidy, 46
      • praise for work of Workers' Educational Movement at Imperial Education Conference at Wembley Park, 47
      • request for increased grant to extend the Association's operation in country areas, 53
    • Wright, Rev. George Herbert,
      • lecture on the Characteristics of Modern Verse at the Poetry Society, 118
    • Wylde, Harold Eustace,
      • free organ recitals, 59, 67, 78
      • organ recital by Harold Wylde and singing by Jean Sinclair, 48
      • vocal & organ recital with Hilda Beatrice Gill, 86, 87
      • composed 'Fairy Ballad', 107, 110, 112, 113
    • Wyllie, Alexander,
      • Angas Engineering Scholar, 114
  • Y

    • Young, G.L.,
      • former Roseworthy Agricultural College student demonstrating possibilities of raising merino sheep in Morocco, 15
    • Young, Walter James,
      • nominated for vacancy on Council of University of Adelaide, 8
      • election to Senate, 12, 13
  • Z

    • Zoology, Study of,
      • Professor Frederic Wood Jones's knowledge disputed, 100, 102, 103, 111