Index to Volume 4 (1895-1897) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • academic matters,
      • teacher training, 129, 130
      • University progress, 93, 94
    • Adelaide Hospital & Adelaide Hospital Board,
    • Adelaide School Board of Advice,
    • Adelaide University Shakespeare Society, 110, 111, 116, 171, 186, 189
      • Reverend AT Boas lecture on Shakespeare on marriage, 122
    • Adelaide University Union,
      • see Student Union
    • Advanced School for Girls, 157
    • Advanced School Old Scholars' Association, 155
    • annual report,
    • Art Gallery,
    • associations,
      • see societies & associations
    • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 144, 150, 151, 154, 158, 159, 164, 165, 177, 186
    • Australasian Students' Christian Union, 123
    • awards,
      • Roseworthy Agricultural College, 159
      • see also the name of the award eg Stow Medal
    • Ayers, Sir Henry,
  • B

    • Barlow, Dr William,
      • elected Vice-Chancellor, 57
    • Beilby, Reverend AE,
      • evening lecture on Romeo & Juliet, 114
    • Bensly, Professor Edward von Blomberg
      • commemoration address, 178, 179
      • evening lecture on the history of the Balkan Peninsula, 110
      • lecture on public school life in England, 149
    • Board of Examiners, 1
    • Boas, Reverend AT,
      • lecture on Shakespeare on marriage, 122
    • Bragg, Professor William Henry,
      • Elder Professor of Mathematics, 168
      • evening lectures on electricity and rontgen rays, 21, 32, 33, 38
      • evening lectures on sound, 114, 115, 116, 118
      • research on earthquakes, 112
    • British Medical Association, 121
    • Broken Hill, 103, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 120, 130, 132
    • Brown, Miss H, 152
    • buildings,
      • deputation to Minister of Education, 162, 163
      • future needs, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143
      • students' room, 20
      • see also Art Gallery, Elder Conservatorium
  • C

    • calendar,
    • Campbell, Florence Way,
      • first woman music graduate, 164
    • Chancellor,
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • evening lecture on “The Growth of Worlds”, 21
      • astronomy, 111, 119, 122, 123, 130
      • lectures at Mt Gambier, 129
    • Chapple, Alfred,
      • awarded Cambridge University scholarship, 35
    • Christian Brothers' College, 191
    • Clare, 109, 110, 111, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 130, 132
    • Collegiate School for Girls, 153
    • commemorations,
      • see graduation ceremonies
    • Conservatorium of Music,
      • see Elder Conservatorium
    • Corvan, Mary,
      • awarded Elder Music Scholarship, 144, 145
    • Council,
    • cricket, 164
  • D

    • Destitute Asylum, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10
    • Dr Davies-Thomas Scholarship,
      • establishment, 71
    • Dryburgh House School, 153, 190
  • E

  • F

    • Fletcher, Harold,
      • death, 40
    • Frewin, Reverend Thomas H, 165
    • funding,
      • Elder bequest, 119
      • Government subsidy, 119
      • Government grant to Medical School, 6, 7, 12, 13, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
      • anonymous donations, 25
      • shortfall, 27, 28
  • G

  • H

  • I

    • Isbister, Dr JLT,
      • appointed House Surgeon at Sydney Hospital, 92
    • Ives, Professor Joshua,
  • J

    • Johnson, Edward Angus,
      • graduates in Melbourne, 131
    • Jones, Thomas Henry,
      • acting Professor of Music, 101, 107
      • lecture in Sydney on Conservatorium, 158
  • K

    • Kennedy, HM Wallage,
    • King's College, 185, 186
  • L

    • lacrosse, 117
    • law students,
      • Cambridge graduate, 142
    • Law, Professor of,
      • Professor Salmond elected, 103
      • resignation of Dr Pennefather, 101
    • Law, School of,
      • Law Reform Bill, 2
    • Laws, Bachelor of,
      • 1895 examinations results, 6
      • 1896 examinations results, 74, 101
    • lectures,
      • Professor Bensly on public school life in England, 149
      • Reverend Boas on Shakespeare on marriage, 122
      • RW Chapman, at Mt Gambier, 129
      • Thomas Jones on Elder Conservatorium, 158
      • see also public lectures; evening lectures; extension lectures
    • legislation,
      • Law Reform Bill, 2
  • M

  • N

    • Naracoorte Public School, 156
  • O

    • Oldham, Mr WF
  • P

    • Parkside High School, 191
    • Pennefather, Professor Frederick William,
    • Perth,
      • music extension centre, 160, 161
    • Port Pirie, 109, 110, 111, 114, 116
    • Prince Alfred College, 129, 164, 169, 170, 174, 176
    • public lectures,
      • attendance, 11
      • see also evening lectures; lectures; extension lectures
    • Public Library Board, 131
  • R

  • S

    • Salmond, Professor John William,
      • elected Professor of Law, 103, 111
    • scholarships, 35, 71, 81, 102, 103, 112, 113, 114, 121, 122, 129, 144, 145, 163, 164, 186
      • see also the name of the scholarship eg Dr Davies Thomas, Elder Music
    • Schrader, Hermann,
    • Science, Bachelor of,
      • 1895 examinations & results, 6
      • 1896 examinations & results, 70
      • mining course regulations, 4, 5
    • Secondary School for Boys, 136
    • secondary schools,
      • Advanced School for Girls, 157
      • Christian Brothers College, 191
      • Collegiate School for Girls, 153
      • Dryburgh House School, 153, 190
      • examinations, 127, 136, 156, 170, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 185, 187, 196
      • King’s College, 185, 186
      • Malvern School, 187
      • Miss Brown’s Medindie School, 152
      • Mitcham Ladies’ School, 156
      • Naracoorte Public School, 156
      • Parkside High School, 156, 191
      • Price Alfred College, 129
      • Queen’s School, 167
      • St Aloysius Select School, 187, 188
      • St Peters College, 173, 174, 196
      • Secondary School for Boys, 136
      • Semaphore Collegiate School, 187
      • Southfield School, 187
      • Unley Park School, 172, 173
      • Way College, 192, 193, 194
      • Whinham College, 176, 184, 185
      • Woodville High School, 192
      • see also the name of the school or college
    • Semaphore Collegiate School, 187
    • Senate,
      • 1896 meeting, 71
      • anti-Catholic bias in history texts, 131
      • deputation to Council, 195
      • mining course regulations, 4, 5
    • societies & associations,
      • Royal Society, 106
      • see also the name of the body
    • South Australian Caledonian Society, 148, 149
    • Southfield School, 187
    • Sport, 103, 107, 110, 117, 164, 178
      • see also cricket; lacrosse; rowing
    • St Aloysius Select School, 187, 188
    • St Peters College, 173, 174, 196
    • staff,
      • Adelaide School Board of Advice, 151, 152
      • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 164, 165
      • student-staff ratios, 159
    • State Government,
      • Law Reform Bill, 2
      • Medical School funding, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
      • medical students behaviour debate, 9
      • payments associated with Elder endowment, 119
      • Secondary School for Boys, 136
    • statistics,
      • music examinations, 133
      • student-staff ratios, 159
    • Stevens, CJ,
      • Yoothamurra School concert, 151, 152
    • Stow Medal,
      • awarded to FL Stow, 70, 82
      • criteria, 83
    • Stow Scholarship,
      • awarded to FW Young, 168
    • Stow, Francis Leslie,
      • awarded Stow Medal, 82
    • student statistics,
    • Student Union,
      • students’ room, 20
      • Australasian Students' Christian Union, 123
    • students,
      • attend political meeting, 42
      • student-staff ratios, 159
      • see also the name of the discipline, eg law, or category, eg distance students; women
  • T

    • Teachers' Union Conference, 127, 128, 129
    • Todd, Sir Charles,
      • research on earthquakes, 112
  • U

    • universities, other,
    • University Shakespeare Society
      • see Adelaide University Shakespeare Society
    • Unley Park School, 172, 173
  • V

  • W

  • Y

    • Yoothamurra School, 151, 152
    • Young, Frederick William,
      • awarded Stow scholarship, 168