Index to Volume 3A (1892-1895) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Adelaide Hospital,
      • non-admission of lecturer Dr Lendon to the hospital, 87
    • Adelaide University Union,
      • meeting to establish union, 107
    • Allen, James Bernard,
      • awarded 1851 Exhibition Science Scholarship, 3
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
    • annual report, 26, 27, 28, 56, 57, 58, 103, 104, 105
    • Ash, George,
  • B

    • Beare, Thomas Hudson,
      • to represent University at tercentenary of Dublin University, 1
    • Belt, F W,
      • South Australian member of Horn Expedition, 73, 76
    • Bensley, Professor Edward,
    • Boas, Rev A T,
      • to offer classes in Hebrew and Chaldaic languages, 88, 89, 106
    • Bonnin, James Atkinson,
      • awarded Elder Prize, 8
    • Boulger, Professor Edward Vaughan,
      • gives address at commemoration, 52, 53, 54
      • arguments for studying Greek, 51, 52
      • appointed Professor of Classics, 71
      • suffers illness, 88
  • C

    • calendar, 26, 27, 28, 56, 57, 58, 103, 104, 105
    • Cavanagh-Mainwaring, Wentworth R,
      • awarded Everard Scholarship, 8, 10, 11
    • ceremonies and celebrations,
      • annual university ball, 85
    • Chapple, Frederic,
      • Headmaster of Prince Alfred College is Warden of Senate, 20
    • Chapple, Marian,
      • John Howard Clark Scholar, 51, 52, 53
    • Chemistry, Study of,
      • pharmacy apprentices to study chemistry at University, 40, 41a, 41b
    • Clark, Edward Vincent,
      • awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship, 30
    • Classics, Chair of,
      • Professor Boulger appointed Professor of Classics, 71
    • Classics, Hughes Professor of,
      • Professor Bensley appointed Hughes Professor of Classics, 107
      • information on other candidates sought, 106
      • procedure of selection questioned, 96, 108
    • Classics, study of,
      • T Slaney Poole elected lecturer in Classics, 105
    • Community relations,
      • Adelaide University praised by Brisbane Local Government staff, 108
    • Council,
      • meeting report, 24
    • course information,
      • letters to Editor re availability of set texts, 86, 87
  • D

    • discipline & misconduct,
      • students have to show receipts for admission to lectures, 86
  • E

    • Elder Prize,
      • J A Bonnin and R H Pulleine awarded Elder Prize, 8
    • Elder Professor of Music,
      • need for Board of Examiners to undertake part of professor’s present role, 10
    • Elder Scholarship,
      • applications being received, 62, 63, 65
      • awarded to Henry M H Kennedy 69, 73
      • letters questioning aspects of scholarship, 60, 61, 62
      • five short-listed, 71
    • English Literature, Chair of,
      • Professor Lamb to select three candidates, 88, 89, 91, 92
      • William Mitchell appointed, 93, 94
      • Professor Lamb criticised, 97
    • evening lectures,
      • see also extension lectures, public lectures
      • evening lectures introduced, 60, 61, 62, 64
    • Everard Scholarship,
      • awarded to W R Cavanagh-Mainwaring, 8, 10, 11
      • John Ikin Sangster, Everard Scholar, 51
    • examinations,
      • music examinations to be held over wide area, 1
      • list of piano pieces for music exams, 32
      • music results, 4, 8, 9, 10, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48
      • results of preliminary, 3, 29, 44, 63, 106, 120b
      • schedules and enrolments, 4
      • results for BA, 10, 29, 48, 93
      • results for BSc, 11, 49, 93
      • results for medicine, 49, 93
      • results for MA, 13, 51, 95
      • results for higher public, 11, 49
      • results for law, 11, 29, 49, 62, 106
      • scholarship examinations, 30
      • senior public, 11, 30, 50, 51, 95, 106
      • junior public, 12, 95
      • examination candidates, 85, 87
      • results of SA students studying at University of Edinburgh, 33
      • editorials and letters to editor on university examinations, 9, 10, 45, 46, 48, 49
      • timetable, 11a
    • Exhibition of 1851 Scholarship,
      • won by J.B. Allen, 3
      • commissioners of 1851 hope to offer scholarship biennially, 76
    • expeditions,
      • Horn Expedition to MacDonnell Ranges, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77
    • extension lectures, see also evening lectures, public lectures
  • F

    • Farr, Archdeacon George Henry,
      • fractures his arm, 2
    • Farr, Clinton Coleridge,
      • report on installation of electric light plant in Redfern, 3
    • finance,
      • Registrar's letter regarding income from landholdings, 40
      • State Government funding, 44, 46, 51, 85, 87
    • Fletcher, Reverend William Roby,
    • Fletcher memorial,
      • movement of, 86
      • application to Council for supplementary funds for Fletcher Memorial Scholarship, 106
    • Fowler, Laura Margaret,
      • graduated as doctor, 10
    • Frewin, Thomas Hugh,
      • passed exam in Classics for MA, 13
  • G

    • German, study of,
      • letter to editor regarding Junior Examination, 50
    • graduation ceremonies,
  • H

    • Harry, Arthur Hartley,
      • awarded evening scholarship, 63
    • Hebrew, Study of,
      • Rev A T Boas to offer classes in Hebrew and Chaldaic languages, 88, 89, 106
    • Hewitson, T,
      • won Stow Prize twice, 47
    • Hillier, Jessie Madeleine Dale,
      • promising musical talent, 33, 38
    • History, study of,
      • criticism of set text for Senior Public Examination, 59, 60
    • Horn Expedition,
  • I

    • Indigenous issues,
      • Dr Stirling’s address on aspects of the Horne expeditions findings, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102
  • J

    • Jefferis, Rev James,
      • to return to North Adelaide Congregational Church, 58
    • John Howard Clark Scholarship, 51, 52, 53
  • K

    • Kelly, Professor David Frederick,
      • receives information about scholarship, 29
      • applies for sick leave, 40
      • very ill, 63
      • obituary and funeral, 64
    • Kennedy, Henry M W,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship of Music to Royal College of Music, 69, 71
      • brief biography and photograph, 73
      • departure delayed, 75
      • in England, 87, 88
  • L

    • Lamb, Professor Horace,
      • selects candidates for Hughes Professor, 88, 89, 91, 92, 96, 97
    • landholdings,
      • sale and leasing of University land around Terowie, 40, 43
      • income from landholdings, 40, 44
    • Lang, Sydney C,
      • made university scholar, 63
    • Law, study of,
      • Melbourne University Senate excludes degrees not of equal merit, 4, 5, 6, 7
    • Leitch, Dr James W,
      • obituary, 42
    • Lendon, Dr Alfred Austin,
      • unable to access Adelaide Hospital, 87
  • M

    • Macully, Alexander,
      • gives public elocution lecture at the university, 35, 36
    • Medicine, study of,
      • examination results, 8
      • UK General Council of Medical Education recognises Adelaide’s medical degree, 54
      • Cambridge regulations admit Adelaide University undergraduates, 71
      • Dr Lendon, lecturer, unable to gain access to Adelaide Hospital, 87
      • debate over funding to medical school, 51
    • Mitchell, William,
      • candidate for Hughes Professor of English Language, 91, 92
      • appointed, 93, 97
    • Mitton, Ernest Gladstone,
      • awarded evening scholarship, 63
    • Murray, David,
      • represented University at London lecture, 88
    • Murray, George John Robert,
      • to replace Professor Pennefather whilst latter on leave, 29
    • Music, study of,
      • music examinations to be held in any part of the colony, 1
      • list of piano pieces for examinations, 32
      • advanced course to be provided, 29
      • results of music examinations, 4, 8, 9, 10, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48
      • increased numbers of students, 10
      • intending students to meet Professor Ives, 106
  • P

    • Pharmacy, study of,
      • apprentices to study chemistry at University, 40, 41a, 41b
    • Philosophy, study of,
      • See English Literature, Chair of
    • Poole, F S,
      • wins scholarship at University of Melbourne, 62
      • elected lecturer in classics, 105
    • Poole, Canon Frederic Slaney,
      • to replace Professor Kelly during his absence, 40
      • translates Public Orator's speech on presenting Earl of Kintore with honorary degree, 77
    • Prince Alfred College,
    • public lectures, see also evening lectures, extension lectures
    • Pulleine, Robert Henry,
      • awarded Elder Prize, 8
  • R

    • Registrar,
      • resignation of J. Walter Tyas, 25
      • Registrar Hodge thanked for providing information on costs of renting dedicated land, 40
      • Pharmaceutical Society puts its interests to Registrar Hodge, 40
    • Rennie, Professor Edward Henry,
      • address at 1892 commemoration, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18
      • editorial comment on address, 15
    • Robertson, Lionel J,
      • made university scholar, 63
  • S

    • Sangster, John Ikin,
      • Everard scholar, 51
    • Scholarships,
      • editorial re Department of Education's university scholarships, 1
      • questions about university scholarships being abolished, 1, 2
      • scholarship to Trinity College, 29
      • changes in Government scholarships, 31, 32, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 53
      • evening scholarships, 63, 85, 106
    • School of Mines and Industries,
      • annual report, 23, 24
    • Senate,
      • PAC Headmaster is Warden of Senate, 20
    • Sewell, Frank,
      • awarded evening scholarship, 63
    • Spencer, W Baldwin,
      • participating in Horn Expedition, 71, 72, 73, 76
    • State Government,
      • Chief Secretary asked if proposed Trades Hall site would be close to University, 12
      • funding for University since its inception, 44, 46, 51, 85, 87
    • statistics,
      • exam candidates and income to 1893, 85, 87
    • Stephens, Charles Francis,
      • wins Angas Engineering Scholarship, 106
    • Stirling, Dr. Edward Charles, CMG,
      • gives address at commemoration, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102
      • elected to the Royal Society, 32
      • appointment as CMG in Queen's Birthday Honours, 33, 35
      • Horn Expedition, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77
    • Stow, Francis Leslie,
    • Stubbs, Cyril Havelock,
      • awarded evening scholarship, 63
    • Stuckey, P S,
      • made university scholar, 63
    • student activities and protests,
      • letter about 'privileged larrikins', 2
    • student statistics,
      • candidates to 1893, 85, 87
  • T

    • Tamlin, John,
      • death of assistant caretaker, 30
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
    • Thomas, Dr John Davies,
      • obituary, 24, 25
      • medical collection presented to University library, 40
    • Thomas, T A
      • Angas Engineering scholar, 63
    • Todd, Sir Charles, MA, FRS,
    • Tyas, John Walter,
      • resignation as Registrar, 25
      • safe arrival in London, 30
  • U

    • universities, other,
      • Oxford and Cambridge recognition of Adelaide University students, 108
      • NSW government to reduce grant to Sydney University, 74
  • V

  • W

    • Way College,
      • staff appointments include Adelaide graduates and undergraduates, 25
    • Way, Sir Samuel James,
      • Chancellor at Commemoration, 13, 16, 19
      • Chancellor puts scholarship scheme to Minister of Education, 39, 40
      • Chancellor's address at Prince Alfred College Speech Day, 19, 20, 21, 24
    • Whitington, Bertram,
      • awarded an evening scholarship, 63
    • Winnecke, Charles,
      • participant in Horn Expedition, 71, 73, 76
    • Wylie, Alexander,
      • awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship, 21
      • wins appointment in England, 108