Index to Volume 5 (1898-1906) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • academic matters,
      • 1903 regulations & syllabus, 284
      • academic standards at Elder Conservatorium, 70, 71, 72, 73
      • administration of 1901 Degree of MusBac examination, 246
      • amendments to Statutes and regulations for degree course, 123, 124, 125
      • alterations to regulations governing BSc, 253
      • annual report of Examinations Board for 1902, 284
      • certificates for students in 1902 Primary Examination, 275
      • criticism of low standard of some university subjects, 48, 49
      • change in regulations for MBBS by Senate, 61
      • classes of examinations for Associated Board of the Royal College of Music, 454
      • commencement of 1876 academic year, 473
      • completion of medical degree at Adelaide Hospital, 86, 87
      • conduct of and teaching in the School of Mines and Industries, 98, 100, 101, 102
      • conference on uniform standard of degree examinations, 391
      • course of higher technical study, 289, 290
      • degrees granted, 464a
      • discouragement of highly developed science courses, 436
      • dissatisfaction with music examinations, 70, 71, 72, 73
      • dominance of examinations at University, 275, 276
      • Elder Conservatorium not deserving of the title conservatorium, 69
      • establishment of National University of Australia, 19
      • extension lectures as part of SA education system, 358, 359
      • exemption from obligation of final Law certificate, 32
      • first in Australia to grant degrees in science, 464
      • first in Australia to grant degrees to women, 464
      • further education for school leavers and teachers, 24
      • Law Reform Bill and the education of barristers and solicitors, 58, 59, 60
      • medical curriculum, 473
      • need for Chair of Dentistry, 267, 268
      • need for Degree in Commerce, 438, 439
      • need to expand scope of academic teaching, 409, 410
      • new regulations for School of Medicine, 253, 254
      • perceived bias against sciences, history and females, 268
      • perceived lowering of university standards, 20, 21
      • private music teachers and the Conservatorium, 40
      • Professor Ives response to complaints by music teachers, 21, 23, 24
      • problems with the 1901 third year MusBac examination, 252
      • proposal for Chair of Elocution, 349
      • proposal for Chair of Political Economy, 349
      • provision for first two years of medical course, 473
      • quality of education provided by the Elder Conservatorium, 20
      • regulations for Advanced Commercial Certificate and Diploma in Electric Engineering, 252, 253
      • regulations for Doctor of Music, 61
      • regulation to remove fees for children who passed compulsory standard, 18, 19
      • relationship with Adelaide Hospital staff, 30
      • relationship between universities and secondary education, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 80, 85, 86, 87
      • repeal of regulations for Bachelor of Laws, 5, 61
      • SA representatives on Associated Board of the Royal College of Music, 454
      • request by Professor Ives for enquiry into inner workings of University, 238, 239
      • role of religion in education, 146, 147, 148
      • scale of marks for chemistry and physics examinations, 440
      • scheme for training teachers, 98, 99
      • science students and marking system for higher public examinations, 449
      • university control of Teachers' Training College, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102
      • value of subjects at scholarship examinations, 436, 439, 449
      • University of Adelaide recognised by Special Board of Medicine, Cambridge, 259
      • University training of student teachers, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110
    • accreditation,
      • graduate eligible for associateship of Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 260
      • University of Adelaide recognised by Special Board of Medicine, Cambridge, 259
    • Adams, AJ,
    • Adams, JRG.,
      • address at Library Association of Australasia Conference, 159, 163, 164
    • Adams, Rev Reginald Arthur,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 236
    • Adelaide Hospital,
      • 1898 annual report, 86, 87
      • Anatomy Bill to amend law relating to dead bodies, 332
      • appointment of Honorary doctors, 308
      • conversion of Lunatic Asylum into home for consumptive and cancer patients, 265, 266, 268
      • 'hospital trouble', 237
      • appointment of Dr Ramsay Smith as honorary physician, 127, 128
      • dispute over chairmanship of Hospital Board, 126
      • Hospital Board appointments, 126
      • legislation for improvements to hospital administration, 138
      • problems with the School of Medicine, 254
      • completion of medical degree at Adelaide Hospital, 86, 87
      • resignation of Dr Thos A Price as junior house surgeon, 127
      • senior medical offices statistical report, 126
      • students complete medical degrees interstate, 466, 467
      • University clinical teaching staff positions, 126, 127
    • Adelaide Teachers' Union,
      • lecture by Prof George Cockburn Henderson on 'The Builders of the State', 269
    • Adelaide University Rowing Club,
      • concert by Conservatorium students to aid Club, 134, 135
    • Advanced School for Girls,
      • instruction fee reduced, 175
      • role of school in education system, 175
      • success of students, 34
    • affiliated institutions,
      • School of Mines and Industries, 256, 289, 290, 473
      • Technical School at Perth, 473
      • need for affiliation between educational institutions, 265
      • Mannum Institute, 369
      • University representation on boards, 410
    • Agent-General,
      • return from Economical Congress at Mons, 409
    • agriculture,
      • dispute between Prof W Lowrie and Ministry of Agriculture, 251
    • Alderman, Eugene Horatio,
      • awarded 1902 Elder Conservatorium Brookman Prize, 276
      • 1901 Elder Scholar, 183, 236
    • Allen, James Bernard,
      • nominated to Commissioners of International Exhibition of 1851 for a Science Research Scholarship, 264, 265
    • Allen, John Howard,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship, 127, 252
    • Allen, Mr,
      • to lecture at Perth Technical College, 254
    • Allied Colonial Universities' Conference,
      • report of proceedings, 321
      • London conference for graduates of colonial universities resident in the UK, 297, 308
    • alumni,
      • new resolutions for the commemoration of University alumni, 142
    • Ambrose, Ethel Mary Murray,
      • 1898 Elder Prize, 67
      • appointed Resident Medical Officer at Perth Hospital, 316
      • special congregation for graduation ceremony, 311
    • Ambrose, Theodore,
      • 1898 Elder Prize, 67
    • Anatomy, Chair of,
    • Anatomy, School of,
      • certificates of interment for bodies for anatomical examination, 110
    • Angas Chair of Chemistry,
      • established by gift by John Howard Angas, 151
    • Angas Endowment,
      • appointment of Prof Edward Henry Rennie as Professor of Chemistry, 457
    • Angas Engineering Exhibition,
      • amendment to regulations, 122
      • 1900 award to Ernest Chapple, 177
      • awards for 1898, 3, 67
      • no entries received in 1899, 124, 125
      • 1902 award to George Douglas Moore, 252, 253
      • 1902 award to Lisle Julius Darwin, 280
      • 1905 award to Louis Warnecke McNamara, 413
      • 1900 award to Ernest Chapple, 128
      • established by gift by John Howard Angas, 151
      • recommendation for scholarship for 1898, 3
      • closing date for entry for exhibition examinations, 482
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship
      • Lawrence Birks appointed to Sydney electrical tramway system, 169
      • 1904 award to Herbert William Gartrell, 354, 360
      • alternations to regulations, 274
      • death of John Howard Angas, 356
      • Lawrence Birks appointed as engineer-in-charge at Rotorua, NZ, 467
      • Edward Vincent Clark returns from electrical engineering studies in England, 397
      • founded by John Howard Angas, 436
      • students handicapped by marking system for higher examinations, 441, 449
    • Angas, Hon John Howard,
      • benefactor of the University of Adelaide, 151, 356, 466, 467
      • endowment for Chair of Chemistry, 356, 436, 457, 473
      • photograph, 497
      • obituary, 356, 357
      • Will of late John Howard Angas, 358
    • Angus, William,
    • Angwin, William Britton,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • annual dinner,
      • first University annual dinner, 27, 28
      • speech by Dr Lendon, 30
    • annual reports,
      • University of Adelaide Extension Committee, 442
      • Education Department report for 1905, 449, 450
    • Annual Sports Day,
      • inaugurated by University of Adelaide athletic clubs, 320, 321
    • Applied Science, Diploma of,
      • agreement with SA School of Mines & Industries to collaborate, 473
    • appointments,
      • premature announcement of appointment of Professor of Singing, 4
    • art works,
      • memorial statue of Sir Thomas Elder, 300, 311, 312, 313, 314, 464a, 489
      • arrival and erection of Alfred Drury's bronze statue of Sir Thomas Elder, 297, 299, 306
      • competition for Elder bust won by James White, 264
      • statue of Sir Walter Watson Hughes, 311, 464a, 471, 489, 490
      • Dr Allan James Campbell commemorated by brass tablet in Elder Hall, 466, 467
      • Elder bequest for purchase of pictures, 2, 4
      • proposed portrait of Sir Thomas Elder, 4
      • Elder statue unveiled by Governor, 311, 312, 313, 314
      • laying of university building foundation stone, 473
    • Artillery Brigade,
      • inspection of model artillery battery, 138
    • Arts, Bachelor of,
    • Astrological Society,
      • lecture by Mr WE Cooke on 'Methods of Teaching Geography & History, including Physiography', 297
    • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • Adelaide to host next meeting, 349
    • awards,
      • Stow Prize, 61, 67, 68
      • Angas Exhibition, 67, 124, 125, 252, 253
      • Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship, 67
      • Elder Prize, 67
      • John Howard Clark Scholarship, 67
      • Roby Fletcher Scholarship, 67
      • 1898 admissions ad eundem gradum, 67, 68, 69
      • 1899 admissions ad eundem gradum, 119, 121
      • 1900 admissions ad eundem gradum, 177
      • Hartley Studentship, 60, 61, 62
      • Tennyson Medal, 151, 152
      • prizes for candidates of Junior Public Examination, 124, 125
  • B

    • Bacteriological & Hygienic Institute,
      • proposed establishment, 14
    • Baker, William,
      • awarded Evening Scholarship, 121, 252
    • Barlow, Dr William,
      • retirement from University Council, 53, 58, 273
      • 50 year jubilee of his graduation, 408
      • elected to University Council, 485
      • appointed Vice-Chancellor, 464a
      • appointed to Select Committee of the Senate, 142
      • criticism by Professor Joshua Ives, 233, 238, 239, 240, 242, 243
      • founder of course in commercial studies, 353
      • representative at funeral of John Howard Angas, 357
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
    • Barr Smith, Robert, 82
      • munificence to the University, 82, 150, 464a
      • election to University Council, 373
      • deputation to Premier of SA, 409, 410
      • nomination and appointment to Senate, 169, 171
      • University Library named a Barr Smith, 464a
    • Barwell, Henry Newman,
      • conferring of LLB degree, 86
    • Basedow, Herbert,
    • Basedow, Ivy Marie,
      • awarded Silver Medal Intermediate Local Centre Examinations, 424
    • Beare, Professor Hudson,
      • unable to be representative at Imperial & Colonial Universities' Conference, 316
    • Beare, Thomas Hudson,
      • attendance at King's Levee of Regis Prof of Engineering at Edinburgh University, 298
    • Bell, Willoughby George,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship for a fourth year, 252
    • Benham, Frederick Lucas,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 236
    • Bennett, Charles G,
      • awarded 1904 Tennyson Medal, 381, 382
    • Bennett, Frank Norman,
      • prizewinner at 1902 Senior Examination, 280, 281
    • Bennett, Frederick Norman,
      • Bachelor of Arts degree for student teacher, 451
    • Bennett, Richard William, 230
    • Bensley, Professor Edward Von Blomberg,
      • appointed Prof of Latin at University College of Wales, 427
      • health problems, 430
      • resignation as Hughes Prof of Classics & Comparative Philosophy & Literature, 427, 440
      • appointed to Select Committee of the Senate, 142
      • presents congratulatory address from Adelaide at University of Sydney Jubilee, 270, 271
    • bequests, gifts & endowments,
      • anonymous donation to the School of Mines, 90
      • annual grant from public revenues, 473
      • Comparative Philology & Literature, 464a, 473, 479, 489
      • Dr Edward Willis Way Chair and Lectureship in Gynaecology, 260, 457
      • early benefactors, 151
      • government endowment to supplement income of University, 489
      • guarantee of salary for Professor of Music, 497
      • Joseph Fisher for Commerce award and lecture, 291, 292, 293, 299
      • Hon John Howard Angas for Chair of Chemistry, 457, 466, 467, 473
      • interest on endowment investments, 409, 410
      • lectureship on Opthalmic Surgery in memory of Dr Charles Gosse, 457
      • Mrs Davies Thomas for Dr Davies Thomas scholarships, 457
      • munificence of Mr Barr Smith to University Library, 124, 151, 464a
      • philanthropy to support universities, 184, 185
      • School of Medicine, 457
      • Sir Thomas Elder munificence towards University, 1, 131, 151, 311, 313, 314, 457, 464a, 466, 467, 473, 474, 479, 489
      • Sir Walter Watson Hughes for establishment of University and Chair in Classics, 489
      • William Everard for scholarships, 457
    • Betts, Lionel Oxborrow,
      • Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship, 488
    • Bevan, Frederic,
      • acting Director of Conservatorium, 171, 183, 184
      • gift of appreciation by Conservatorium choral class, 174
      • Adelaide singing debut at orchestral concert, 14
      • arrival in Adelaide, 14
      • distinguished musical career in the UK, 12
      • farewell banquet prior to leaving London, 11, 12
      • new song published, 129
      • member of Board of Examination for pianoforte, singing & composition scholarships, 250
      • London visit, 350, 360
      • return to Adelaide from Europe, 368
      • judge of vocal competitions for Royal Academy of Music, 352
    • Bevan, Percy Vaughan,
      • public mathematical honour examinations at Cambridge, 90
    • Birks, Lawrence,
      • appointment as engineer-in-charge at Rotorua, NZ, 467
      • lecture series on 'The Industrial Applications of Electrical Power', 165, 167, 168
      • appointment to Sydney electrical tramway system, 169
    • Blackmore, EG,
      • lecture series on 'The Nineteenth Century', 92, 93, 94, 95, 98
    • Bollen, Percival,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 119, 121
    • Bonnin, FJ,
      • passed fourth year of the M.B. degree, 113
    • Bonython, Sir Langdon,
      • President of Adelaide Teachers' Association, 25, 26
    • Booth, Dr,
      • appointed to committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
    • Boothby, Sheriff William Robinson,
      • retirement from University Council, 53, 58, 273
      • obituary, 309
    • Borthwick, Dr Thomas,
      • appointed lecturer in bacteriology, 457
    • Bragg, Professor William Henry,
      • lecture series on 'Radium', 393A, 395, 396
      • research on properties of radium and the alpha particle, 394
      • address to Public Teachers' Union Conference, 105
      • research on wireless telegraphy, 87, 95, 102, 103, 108
      • lecture series on 'Wireless Telegraphy', 92, 93, 102, 103, 110
      • government commission to enquire into educational matters in England, 82
      • lecture on 'Education in Wales', 86
      • local secretary and supervisor to examinations with Institute of Actuaries, London, 95
      • local secretary for Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 5, 95
      • proposed lectures on 'wireless telegraphy and the cable question', 88
      • return from overseas, 82
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
      • ceases to hold office as University Council member, 273
      • comments on discovery of radioactive mineral at Olary, 435
      • elected to University Council, 485
      • lecture series on 'Radioactivity', 441, 442, 447, 448
      • lecture series on 'The Electron', 299, 300, 305, 306, 358, 359, 360
      • member of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 354, 389, 429
      • member of Faculty of Medicine, 457
      • paper on radioactive minerals from Wallaroo & Moonta, 475
      • Australasian Association for Advancement of Science Congress, Dunedin, NZ, 350
      • lecture on 'The Electron and Radioactivity of Radium, Thorium, & other substances', 298
    • Brauer, Hermann Gustav Adolph,
    • Bray, Clifford Samuel,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Bray, Marmion Matthews,
    • Bridge, Sir Frederick,
      • involvement with examining the 1897 Degree of MusBac examinations, 243, 244, 245, 255a, 255b
    • Bristowe, Edith,
      • awarded 1886 Elder Prize for animal physiology, 457
    • Brookman Prize,
      • 1905 award to Delprat Elizabeth Fransiska Carmen, 414
      • 1902 award to Eugene H. Alderman, 276
    • Brookman, Hon George,
      • complimented by Benches of the Inner Temple, London, 350
    • Brooks, Albert Joseph,
      • applicant for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
    • Broome, AM,
      • address at the SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
    • Brown & Peel, Messrs,
      • builders for extension to Mitchell Building, 186
    • Brown, Dr William Jethro,
      • academic career, 427, 441
      • appointed Professor of Law, 427
      • arrival in Adelaide, 440, 441
      • with Edward Von Blomberg Bensley in Manchester, 430
      • photograph of law lecture room, 464a
    • Brown, Mary Home,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
    • Brummitt, Elliott Arthur,
      • studies in Edinburgh, 312
    • Brummitt, Robert Douglas,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Prize, 236
    • Buchanan, Mr A,
      • appointment to Board of Enquiry into charges against Dr W Ramsay Smith, 324
    • buildings,
      • improvements for Elder Hall pipe organ, 128, 135
      • anonymous donation to the School of Mines for building fund, 90
      • progress of new Elder Conservatorium building, 88
      • construction of extension to Mitchell Building, 186
      • cost of University building (Mitchell Building) & additions, 473
      • Council scheme for new physical laboratory, 184, 185
      • crowding of buildings on North Terrace grounds, 265
      • Elder Conservatorium building, 1, 11, 112, 114, 125, 132, 133, 183, 184
      • Elder Anatomical & Pathological School, 261, 262, 263
      • Medical School, 256, 263, 457
      • Elder bequest for erection of workmen's cottages, 2
      • Elder bequest to Way College, 2
      • Elder Hall foundation stone laid by Sir Fowell Buxton, 41, 42, 43, 44, 131
      • formal opening of the Elder Hall, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • foundation stones of University Building and Elder Hall, 294
      • government to subsidise cost of University buildings, 409, 410
      • laying of foundation stones at University, 262
      • need for additional accommodation for the School of Medicine, 457
      • new building for Elder Conservatorium open for public inspection, 133
      • photograph of Elder Hall, 464a
      • photograph of Electrical Engineering Laboratory, 464a
      • photograph of Engineering School testing room, 464a
      • photograph of Mitchell Building, 464a
      • photograph of Prof E C Stirling's laboratory, 464a
      • photograph of Prof G C Henderson' history class in Prince of Wales Theatre, 464a
      • photograph of Prof Rennie's class in first year chemical laboratory, 464a
      • photograph of Professor W.J. Brown's law lecture room, 464a
      • portion of Prince of Wales' Buildings used by students of Prof E C Stirling, 457
      • School of Medicine's dissecting department, 457
      • second anniversary of laying of Elder Hall foundation stone, 152, 154, 155
      • sketch of proposed pipe-organ for Elder Hall, 497
      • statistics in 1899 Calendar, 81, 82
      • tender by Mr W C Torode accepted for erection of Elder Conservatorium buildings, 9
    • Bundey, Ellen Milne,
    • Burford, Emmie,
      • awarded 1901 Robert Whinham Prize for Elocution, 236
    • Burgess, Leslie Frank,
      • prizewinner at 1902 Junior Examinations, 282, 283
    • Burgess, May,
      • appointed Junior Demonstrator in Chemical Laboratory, 127, 127a
    • Burnard, Euladie Hardy,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Prize, 236
    • Burston, JJ,
      • address at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
    • Buxton, Governor Sir Thomas Fowell,
      • laying of foundation stone of Elder Conservatorium, 42, 43, 44, 131, 262
      • second anniversary of laying of Elder Hall foundation stone, 152, 154, 155
  • C

    • Cadet Corps,
      • guard of honour at the formal opening of Elder Hall, 150, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • nomination of SA cadet to British Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 183, 184
    • calendar,
    • Campbell, Dr Allan James,
      • membership of Royal College of Surgeons, 62
      • commemorated by brass tablet in Elder Hall, 466, 467
    • Campbell, Florence Way,
    • Campbell, Gordon Catheart,
      • applicant for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
    • Cantor, Stanley Jacob,
      • prizewinner at 1902 Junior Examinations, 282, 283
    • Carr, Rev Whitmore,
      • obituary of one of the original members of the University Senate, 295
    • Caterer, Thomas Ainslie,
      • appointed to Select Committee of the Senate, 142
      • elected Clerk of the Senate of University of Adelaide, 169, 170, 171, 373
      • first graduate of University of Adelaide, 466
      • re-elected as Clerk of University Council, 485
    • Cavenagh-Mainwaring, Dr Wentworth Rowland,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • appointed assistant surgeon, 457
      • appointed lecturer of pathology at School of Medicine, 5, 466, 467, 457
    • ceremonies & celebrations
      • opening of Elder Hall, 152
      • University annual dinner, 273, 277, 278, 379, 380, 453, 466, 467
      • 1902 University Ball, 257
      • twenty-first anniversary of School of Medicine, 457, 466
      • ten year anniversary of Australasian Student Christian Union, 454, 455, 458
      • dinner for University of Melbourne inter-university lacrosse & football teams, 469
      • laying of Elder Anatomical & Pathological School foundation stone, 261, 262, 263
      • reception to honour coronation of King Edward & Queen Alexandra, 266
      • 500th anniversary of the death of Geoffrey Chaucer, 163
    • Chair of English Language,
      • Prof R L Douglas appointed Prof of Modern History & English Literature, 126, 183, 184
    • Chamber of Commerce,
      • 1903 annual meeting of General Council of Chamber of Commerce of Commonwealth of Australia held in Adelaide, 297
      • donation for purposes of commercial studies, 358
      • emphasis on commerce as a profession, 299
      • role in establishment of advanced commercial course, 371
    • Chamber of Manufacturers,
      • support for establishment of higher commercial education, 377, 378, 379
    • Chancellor,
      • criticism by Prof Joshua Ives, 233, 237, 238, 239, 240, 242, 243
      • reply to criticism by Prof Joshua Ives, 240, 241
      • comments on the reply to criticism by Prof Joshua Ives, 243
      • comments on scheme for training teachers, 98, 99
      • conferring of baronetcy, 124, 125
      • debate in Parliament on problems with Prof Ives, 244, 246, 255a, 255b
      • disagreement with Prof Ives over music examination assessments, 244, 245
      • refused Prof Ives's request to access Board of Musical Studies minute book, 243
      • reallocation of duties, 246
      • unable to attend University of Sydney's Jubilee, 270, 271
      • host of conversazione for Australasian Medical congress, 403
      • Chief Justice, Sir Samuel J Way, 464a
      • criticism that the position is monopolised by one man, 447
      • host of an 'at-home' for students and professional and teaching staff, 276, 277
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine, 457
      • request by Prof Ives for enquiry into inner workings of University, 238, 239
      • Sir Samuel James Way offered position on High Court Bench, 483
      • deputation to Premier concerning exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
    • Chapman, Charles Eustace,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Chapman, Henry George,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 236
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • lecture on 'Astronomy' at Moonta, 93
      • leaves for the USA on study tour, 97, 103, 104
      • tests on breaking strength of iron & steel bars, 363
      • elected Vice-President of Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers, 427
      • tests crushing strength of Pyrmont and Murrary Bridge stone, 265
    • Chapple, Ernest,
      • awarded 1900 Angas Exhibition, 128, 177
      • change in employment in England, 430
      • entitled to fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 379
    • Chapple, Frederic,
      • address at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 150, 153
      • Warden of the Senate, 169, 170, 171, 373, 464a, 485
      • ad eundem gradum for 1898, 67, 68
    • Chapple, Harold,
      • awarded 1898 Angas Exhibition, 67
    • Chapple, Phoebe,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Prize, 236
    • Chemistry, Chair of,
      • appointment of Prof Edward Henry Rennie as Professor of Chemistry, 457, 473
      • endowment by John Howard Angas for Chair of Chemistry, 356, 436, 457, 473
      • return from overseas of Professor Rennie, 97
    • Chemistry, Department of,
      • appointment of Miss May Burgess as Junior Demonstrator in Chemical Laboratory, 127
      • photograph of Prof Rennie's class in first year chemical laboratory, 464a
    • Chenoweth, Maurice Clayton,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Scholarship, 183, 236
    • Churchward, Spencer,
      • awarded 1899 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 119, 121
      • awarded 1899 Roby Fletcher Scholarship, 114, 119, 121
    • Churchward, Stella Mary,
      • awarded 1904 Roby Fletcher Prize, 379, 380
    • Clark, Annie Millicent,
      • awarded Evening Scholarship, 121, 252
    • Clark, Archie Septimus,
      • awarded 1899 Third Year Undergraduate Scholarship, 121
      • appointed to committee to act for University of Adelaide in Broken Hill, 367
    • Clark, Edward Vincent,
      • returns from electrical engineering studies in England, 397
    • Clark, Inspector,
      • lecture on singing at SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
    • Clarke, Marcus,
      • formation of The Marcus Clarke Memorial Fund, 2
      • memorial monument for the grave of Marcus Clarke, 2
    • Classics & Comparative Philosophy & Literature, Chair of,
      • professorship founded on University establishment, 473, 489
      • resignation of Professor Edward Von Blomberg Bensley, 427
    • Classics, Chair of,
      • appointment of Henry Darnley Naylor as Professor of Classics, 480
      • Herbert Stanley Dettmann appointed to Chair of Classics, 430
    • Cleland, Dr John Burton,
      • offered position as Junior Resident Surgeon, Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, 123
    • Cleland, Dr,
      • attended Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
    • Cleland, Dr William Lennox,
      • appointed lecturer on Forensic Medicine & Lunacy, 457
    • clubs, associations & societies,
      • Adelaide University Shakespeare Society, 11, 15
      • Australasian Student Christian Union, 453, 458
      • Collegiate Schools Association, 86
      • Scientific Society, 470
      • Sports Association, 430, 431, 432
      • University Law Debating Society, 10
      • University Christian Union, 16
      • University Union, 430, 431, 432
    • Clucas, Robert John Miller,
      • appointment as University librarian, 128
      • lecturer in commercial geography & technology for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
    • Collegiate Schools Association,
      • lecture on 'Education in Wales' by Professor Bragg, 86
    • Collins, Arnold William,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Colvin, Bazett David,
      • awarded ad eundem gradum, 67, 68
    • Colvin, Bazett David,
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies by University Council, 372
      • lecturer in business practice & accountancy for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
    • Commemoration Day,
    • Commerce, Chair of,
      • establishment by munificence of Joseph Fisher, 352, 353
    • Commerce, Faculty of,
      • first Australian university to provide higher commercial education, 353
      • Advanced Commercial Certificate courses, 371, 372, 427, 428, 438
      • Chamber of Commerce's role in establishment, 252, 253, 254, 292, 293, 294, 298, 299
      • comments on higher commercial studies at University, 285, 286, 292, 293, 358
      • lack of recognition for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 280
      • need for commercial education at tertiary level, 258
      • codification of laws relating to trade & commerce throughout British Empire, 457
      • Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce by Mr L A Jessop on 'Commercial Character', 436, 437, 438
      • improvements to standards of Junior Commercial Course, 480
      • need for degree in commerce, 438, 439
      • proposal for uniform standard for commercial certificates at Australian universities, 433
    • Commercial Studies, Board of,
      • Council appoints Chamber of Commerce officials to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
    • conferences,
    • Connelly, Very Rev Father,
      • appointed to committee to act for University of Adelaide in Broken Hill, 367
    • Connor, Julian Dove,
    • conversazione,
      • Chancellor to host conversazione for Australasian Medical Congress, 403
      • Public Teachers' Union conference conversazione on the discovery of liquid air, 108
    • Cook, Florence Emmeline,
      • see Cooke, Florence Emmeline
    • Cooke, Dr William Ternent,
      • academic history, 264, 418, 419
      • awarded Science Research Scholarship by Commissions of the International Exhibition of 1851, 264, 265
      • lecturer at School of Medicine, 457, 466, 467
      • results of analytical experiments with Professor E.H. Rennie, 475
    • Cooke, Florence Emmeline,
      • awarded Elder music scholarship for musical composition, 83
      • conferred with MusBac, 122, 152, 150, 151, 154, 155, 163
    • Cooke, William Ernest,
      • lecture at Astrological Society on 'Methods of Teaching Geography & History, including Physiography', 297
      • comments on astrology, meteorology and benefit of the influence of the University, 306
    • Coomber, George,
    • Cooper, Claude Tidswell,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 121
    • Cooper, Constance May,
      • awarded 1904 Everard Scholarship, 379, 380, 381
    • Corbin, Hugh Burton,
      • awarded 1905 Murchison Prize & 1906 Bessemer Medal, 473
    • Cornwall and York, HRH George Federick Ernest Albert, Duke of,
      • laying of foundation stone of Prince of Wales's Building, 262
      • special commemoration for visit of the Duke & Duchess of Cornwall & York, 239, 240
    • Corvan, Mary Trenna,
      • past winner of Elder Scholarship of Music Scholarship, 251
      • gained Diploma of ARCM at Royal College of Music, London, 258
    • Council, University of Adelaide
      • 1899 report of Council, 124
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
      • amendments to statutes and regulations adopted, 114, 115, 115a, 115b, 122
      • approval of a 'Guide to the University of Adelaide' by Charles R Hodge, 89, 90
      • attendance at formal opening of the Elder Hall, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • entertained teachers at the 3rd Annual SA Public Teachers' Union, 35, 37, 40
      • expression of confidence in Professor Ives, 140
      • hosted conversazione for 1900 SA Teachers' Union Conference delegates, 150, 152
      • hosted evening for 4th Annual Conference of Public Teachers' Union, 104, 105, 108
      • involvement in problems with examining the 1901 Degree of MusBac, 246, 247, 248
      • meeting and resolution following protest by music teachers, 20, 21, 138, 139, 140
      • motion on negotiations over surrender of lands in Tatiara, Wirreanda, Craigie Plain and Parnaroo to the government, 93, 94, 103, 104
      • nominations for Council vacancies, 169
      • petition seeking reform in conduct of music examinations, 136
      • proposed authorization of new statutes for systemizing educational efforts, 141, 142
      • representative at railway station on return of Prof Rennie from overseas, 96, 97
      • represented at bi-centenary of Yale University, 254
      • represented at 9th centenary of Glasgow University, 254
      • request by Prof Ives for enquiry into inner workings of University, 238, 239
      • retirement of council members, 53, 58
      • role in commemoration ceremonies, 5, 178, 179
      • report on Senate postal voting for Council members, 169, 171
      • sub-committee on Adelaide Hospital matters, 28, 29, 30
      • support for motion granting increased power over professors, 90
      • attendance at University Dinner to celebrate end of academic year, 273
      • Dr W Barlow, Mr W R Boothby, Prof W H Bragg, Dr J C Verco & the Rev Dr Paton cease to hold office as Council members, 273
      • election of members of Committee of Selection for Rhodes Scholarships, 354
      • elections to Council, 485
      • equality of sexes in membership and voting rights at Senate & Council, 439
      • legislation for more Council members to be nominated by Government, 264
      • hosted conversazione for educationists, 363
      • need for new benefactors to emulate munificence of Sir Walter Watson Hughes, 489
      • new statutes & regulations, 310
      • nominations for annual vacancies, 485
      • agreement with School of Mines & Industries, 290
      • Prof John M Ennis elected member of Council, 311
      • proposal that heads of educational institutions be ex-officio members, 252
      • resignation of Dr Walter George Woolnough, 366
      • representatives at Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • role of University Council, 410
      • special Senate meeting to fill Council vacancy, 412
      • vacancies filled on Council, 332
    • Cowan, George Dalrymple,
      • awarded Tennyson Medal, 282, 283
    • Cowell, Elsie Emily, 121, 174, 177
      • performance at Chamber Music concert, 449
      • awarded John Howard Clark Scholarship, 179
    • Cowperthwaite, Elsie Eleanor,
      • awarded John Howard Clark Scholarship, 236
      • awarded Evening Scholarship, 252
    • Cowperthwaite, Winnifred Maud,
      • performance at chamber music concert by staff of Elder Conservatorium, 369
      • awarded Elder Scholarship for Violin Playing, 286
    • cricket,
      • result of University v Essendon match, 4
    • Cudmore, Dr Arthur Murray,
      • admitted as Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons, 123
      • lecturer at School of Medicine, 466, 467
    • Cutlack, Frederic Morley,
      • awarded Tennyson Medal, 280, 281
  • D

    • Darnley Naylor, Professor Henry,
      • see Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley
    • Darwin, Lisle Julus,
      • awarded Angas Engineering Exhibition, 280
    • Davenport, Francis William,
      • colonial music examiner and assistant to Prof Ives, 53
    • David, Professor,
      • examiner of theses for 1904 Tate Memorial Medal, 366
    • Davidson, JHM,
      • demonstration at Public Teachers' Union conference conversazione, 108
    • Davidson, Rev George,
      • ad eundem gradum, 67, 68
    • Davidson, Rev Professor John,
      • role in establishment of the University, 170
    • Davies, E Harold,
      • involvement in problems with examining the 1901 MusBac examinations, 240, 241, 242, 243
      • second music graduate, 240
      • success in London exercise for degree of MusDoc, 258, 260
      • appointed to seat on Board of Musical Studies, 276
      • first graduate of Doctor of Music at University of Adelaide, 276, 279
      • musical critics and criticism, 5, 162, 164, 165
    • Dawson, Peter,
      • 1902 scholarship for study at Royal College of Music, London, 250, 251
    • Degenhardt, Clarence AJ,
      • awarded Elder music scholarship for singing, 83
    • Delprat, Elizabeth Fransiska Carmen,
      • awarded Brookman Prize, 414
    • Dentistry, Chair of,
      • need for Chair debated in Parliament, 267, 268
    • Dentistry, study of,
      • Dental Board of SA requests lectures & examinations for dentistry students, 408
    • Deprat, Mary Johanna Alberta Theodora,
      • awarded Elder Prize, 488
    • Dettmann, Acting Professor Herbert Stanley,
      • academic career, 430, 463
      • lecture series on 'Classical & Romantic Drama', 463, 465, 467, 468, 470, 471
      • appointed to Chair of Classics, 430
    • Directors' Prize,
      • 1902 award to Maude Mary Puddy for best performance on pianoforte, 276
    • discipline & misconduct,
      • Board of Discipline to consider behaviour of students at unveiling of Elder statue, 314, 315
    • Dodd, JE,
      • improvements for Elder Hall pipe organ, 88, 128, 135
    • Dodwell, George Frederick,
      • awarded Roby Fletcher Prize, 413, 418
    • donations,
      • see bequests, gifts & endowments
    • Donnell, John,
      • retirement as President of SA Teachers' Union, 150
    • Douglas, Francis John,
      • awarded ad eundem gradum, 67, 68
    • Douglas, Professor Robert Langton,
      • academic career, 129
      • appointed Professor of Modern History & English Literature, 126, 183, 184
      • attendance at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Conference, 150, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 162, 163
      • author of a chronology of Fra Angelico works, 157
      • Church of England clergyman, 170
      • report on Library Association of Australasia Conference, 164
      • travel to Europe for historical research, 170, 249, 256
      • lecture on 'An Italian novelist, Matteo Bandello and his influence on English drama', 165
      • lecture on 'Chaucer, the Man and his Art', 166
      • marked examinations prior to leaving for Europe, 174
      • publication of 'A History of Siena', 285
      • publication of 'Fra Angelico and his Art', 158, 165
      • resignation from Chair of Modern History & English Language, 255a, 255b
      • return from Italy after study of elementary agricultural education, 252
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155
    • Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship,
      • Francis Seavington Stuckey recommended for scholarship, 114
      • 1898 award to Henry Harper Formby, 67
      • 1899 award, 119, 121
      • 1900 award to F F Muecke, 174, 177, 179
      • 1901 awards, 236
      • 1904 awards, 379
      • 1905 awards, 413, 418, 419
      • 1906 fourth year award to Lionel Oxborrow Betts, 488
      • 1906 third year award to Henry Kenneth Fry, 488
      • founded in memory of late Dr. John Davies Thomas, past lecturer on Principles & Practice of Medicine & Therapeutics, 457
    • Dr Way Memorial Fund,
      • approval of Way Memorial committee endowment of 'The Dr Edward Willis Way Lectureship on Gynaecology', 260
      • meeting of subscribers approves endowment of Dr. Edward Willis Way Chair of Gynaecology', 261
    • Drury, Alfred,
      • commissioned to supply bronze statue of Sir Thomas Elder, 311, 313, 314
    • Drury, RF,
      • lecture on 'University life at Oxford', 269
    • Duffield, Walter Geoffrey, 20-12-1899,
      • awarded Third Year Undergraduate Scholar, 121
      • granted 'Nobel' Scholarship at National Physical Laboratory, Bushby House, 320
      • granted Mackinnon Studentship by London Royal Society for spectra of metals, 454
    • Dumas, Russell John,
      • awarded Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Dussau, Mdlle,
      • lecture series on 'French Literature', 95, 96, 110, 111, 112
      • lectures on 'French Historians of the Nineteenth Century', 105
  • E

    • Edmeades, Marie,
      • vocal & pianoforte recital, 316
      • awarded Robert Whinham Prize for elocution, 174, 177, 179
    • Education Department,
      • agreement on the role of the University in teacher training, 118
      • revision of Education Department regulations, 173, 174
    • Edwards, Charles,
      • special examiner for Adelaide Centre for Trinity College, London, 276
    • Edwards, Gladys Ruby,
      • studying at Elder Conservatorium, 473
      • awarded Oratorio Prize, 414
    • Elder Anatomical & Pathological School,
      • details of new medical school building, 262
      • foundation stone laid by the Governor, Lord Tennyson, 261, 262, 263
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • 1903 concert series, 294
      • 1904 income, 389
      • 1905 concert programme, 393
      • Adelaide & Melbourne universities propose common method, grades, fees, syllabus, examiners & certificates for public examinations in music, 440, 442, 453, 462, 463, 485
      • agreement with Associated Board of the Royal Academy & Royal College of Music, London, 102, 485
      • applications for teachers, 2, 10, 79
      • appointment of Frederick Bevan, 11, 12, 171, 174, 183, 184
      • appointment of Professor Joshua Ives, 143, 473, 497
      • appointment of Professor John Matthew Ennis, 232, 250, 251, 263, 289, 316, 319, 366, 392, 402, 464a, 484
      • appointment of Bryceson Treharne, 122, 123, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 145, 157, 273
      • chamber music concerts, 15, 32, 148, 165, 166, 168, 255a, 255b, 256, 259, 265, 266, 269, 300, 324, 325, 363, 369, 404, 408, 447, 448, 480
      • concerts by choral & orchestral students, 141, 321, 366, 405, 406, 470
      • concert to aid Adelaide University Rowing Club, 134, 135
      • concerts by ladies part-singing class, 167, 272, 329, 369, 408, 483
      • concerts by students, 33, 45, 92, 97, 114, 115, 116, 134, 135, 138, 141, 165, 171, 174, 231, 264, 276, 295, 307, 332, 355, 362, 414, 460
      • concerts by orchestra, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 24, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 47, 49, 296, 462, 463, 485
      • concerts by staff, 165, 294, 295, 296, 310, 354
      • concerts for delegates of SA Teachers' Union Conference, 150, 152, 305, 306
      • concerts to cultivate a taste for music in Adelaide, 9
      • conference for music teachers on conduct of music examinations, 136, 137, 139, 140, 141
      • conflict with private music teachers, 20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 40, 137, 421, 426
      • controversy over Prof Ives as main music examiner, 47, 62, 70, 71, 72, 73
      • conversazione to commemorate foundation, 12, 13
      • course of instruction in 1898, 12
      • criticism of academic standards, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73
      • criticism of choice of soloists at concerts, 421, 426
      • criticism of staff selecting Elder Scholarship winners, 348
      • criticism of music teachers protests, 26
      • criticism of Practice of Music examinations, 112
      • criticism of unfair competition for prizes between teenagers & mature age students, 489
      • dissatisfaction with conduct of music examinations, 70, 71, 72, 73, 91, 122, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 167, 168
      • entrance fees, 1
      • establishment through munificence of Sir Thomas Elder, 474, 484
      • establishment of Chair of Music, 426, 426a, 473, 497
      • establishment due to efforts of His Excellency Sir William Robinson, 474
      • female student teachers participate in choral classes, 451
      • formation of orchestra, 8, 11, 12
      • Grand Musical Fete fundraiser for Elder statue, 32, 45
      • indifference to establishment of Conservatorium, 45, 46
      • introduction of admission charges for concerts, 294, 296, 378
      • quality of education provided, 20
      • ladies to remove hats and headgear during concerts, 10
      • new concert organ, 8, 88, 92, 128, 135, 141, 158, 497
      • new building for Conservatorium, 1, 9, 11, 88, 112, 114, 125, 132, 133, 135, 173, 183, 184, 263
      • laying of foundation stone, 41, 42, 43, 44
      • formal opening of the Elder Hall, 131, 132, 133, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • pamphlet on School of Music, 285
      • perceived discrimination in distribution of seats at concerts, 236
      • music scholarships, 1, 3, 12, 82
      • praise for Conservatorium, 285
      • precedent established for classing of music examinations, 243, 244
      • problems with 1901 MusBac examinations, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 237, 238, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 252, 255a, 255b
      • production of 'Orpheus', 167
      • prospectus on sixteen classes for various musical subjects, 9
      • provisional syllabus, front cover, 1
      • reopening for 1899, 82
      • report from Board of Musical Studies, 71, 72, 73
      • selection of students, 1
      • staff appointments, 1
      • student statistics, 12, 285, 421, 426, 464a, 484
      • statistics on teaching staff for 1906, 473
      • undergraduates to 1905, 473
      • visit by Madame Nellie Melba, 273
      • unrest within the School of Music, 427
    • Elder Hall,
      • funded by bequests of Sir Thomas Elder, 263
      • installation of three-manual concert organ, 135, 141, 158, 426, 426a
      • death of architect Frank J Naish, 354
      • formal opening, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 163, 294
      • foundation stone laid by His Excellency Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 294
      • memorial tablet erected to the memory of Surgeon Captain W F Hopkins, 236, 237, 240
      • utilitarian purposes, 177, 178
    • Elder Music Scholarship,
      • awarded to Ethel Hedwig Hantke, 179
    • Elder Prize,
      • 1898 awards, 67
      • 1901 awards, 236
      • annual awards in the Faculty of Medicine funded by Sir Thomas Elder, 457
      • awarded to Eugene H. Alderman and Maude Mary Puddy, 276
      • awarded to M L Scott, 174, 177, 179
      • awarded to William Ray, 279
      • awarded to Henry Kenneth Fry, 379, 380, 381
      • awarded to William Malcolm Sinclair, 488
      • awarded to Mary Johanna Alberta Theodora Delprat, 488
      • awarded to William Alfred Verco & Edith Bristowe, 457
      • awarded to Judah Leon Jona, 413, 418, 419
      • Brewster Hooper Josse Jones to study at Royal College of Music, London, 422
      • Council resolves to continue Elder Prizes following death of Sir Thomas Elder, 457
      • establishment of Elder Prizes for animal physiology, 457
    • Elder Scholarships,
      • 1899 awards, 83
      • 1901 awards, 183, 236
      • 1904 awards, 350
      • 1905 awards, 414
      • 1906 awards, 432
      • awarded to Brewster H J Jones, 250
      • awarded to Ethel Hedwig Hantke, 127, 174, 177
      • awarded to Gwendoline D Pelly for study at Royal College of Music, London, 250, 251
      • awarded to Otto Fischer (also known as Otto Fischer Sobels), 251
      • awarded to John Gordon Short, 391
      • endowed by Sir Thomas Elder and awarded by Royal College of Music, London, 131
      • recommendations for 1898 scholarships, 3
      • meeting of Senate for amendments to regulations to benefit deserving students, 114
      • entries for scholarship for free tuition at Royal College of Music, London, 250
      • Ethel Hantke & Peter Dawson receive honourable mention for study at Royal College of Music, London, 250, 251
      • JTG Short, Louise K Henderson & Ethel R Ridings receive honourable mention, 250
      • requirements for examination for scholarship, 136
      • pianoforte and violin scholarships, 3
      • recommendations for 1898, 3
      • Senate amendment of regulations for conferring of scholarships, 142
      • Council approves recommendations for 1903 scholarships, 286
      • criticism of selection of scholarship winners, 348
      • entries close for violin, pianoforte & violoncello scholarships, 349
    • Elder Sir Thomas,
      • statue to recognise munificence and public service, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 297, 299, 300, 306, 311, 312, 313, 314, 464a, 489
      • funding for annual prizes for animal physiology, 457
      • postgraduate diploma course enabled by bequest, 473
      • benefactor of the University, 42, 43, 44, 45, 151, 262, 263, 264, 436, 464a, 466, 467, 473, 479, 489
      • bequests, endowments, gifts & prizes, 248, 311, 313, 314, 457
      • contribution to higher education, 379
      • donation for foundation of School of Medicine, 457, 473
      • Elder Scholarship to be awarded by Royal College of Music, London, 131
      • establishment of Elder Conservatorium, 474, 484
      • funding of annual awards in the Faculty of Medicine, 457
      • gift to enable full medical curriculum, 457
      • gift for prizes for physiology, 457
      • munificence honoured in naming of University buildings, 262
      • munificence benefits University training for pupil teachers, 264
      • role in establishment of Chair of Music, 497
    • Electrical Engineering, study of,
      • overlap of instruction by University and School of Mines and Industries, 252
      • agreement with School of Mines & Industries to collaborate on courses, 473
      • photograph of Electrical Engineering Laboratory, 464a
    • Elementary Commercial Examination,
      • substituted with new title of Junior Commercial Examination, 320
    • Ellis, Arthur Benjamin,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
      • resigned 1901 Evening Scholarship, 252
    • Elocution, study of,
      • proposal for establishment of Chair of Elocution, 349
    • English History, study of,
      • inclusion in curriculum of British Colonial schools, 388
    • English Language & Literature & Mental & Moral Philosophy, Chair of,
      • established by endowment from Sir Walter Watson Hughes, 473, 489
    • English Literature, Chair of,
      • arrival in Adelaide of Professor Douglas, 129
      • resignation of Professor Robert Langton Douglas, 255a, 255b
    • Ennis Prize,
      • 1905 award to Louise Koeppen Henderson, 414
    • Ennis, Dr J Matthew,
      • appointed Professor of Music & Director of the Elder Conservatorium, 232, 250, 254, 464a
      • career prior to arrival in Adelaide, 250
      • comments on extraneous noise during musical productions, 306
      • member of Board of Examination for pianoforte, singing & composition scholarships, 250
      • sole examiner for Elder Scholarship of Music, 250
      • 1905 Elder Conservatorium inaugural address, 251, 289, 351, 352, 392
      • annual address to students, 431
      • annual organ recital, 366, 402
      • approached by Stow Memorial Church to fill position of organist & choirmaster, 429
      • attendance at meeting to form committee for Kalgoorlie Rural Centre, 474
      • director of musical entertainment for conversazione for educationists, 363
      • elected member of Council, 311, 485
      • error in published statement re election to fill Senate vacancy, 310
      • examiner for degree of MusDoc with Franklin Peterson of Melbourne, 269
      • extended vacation in England & Europe, 334, 350
      • extension lecture series on 'History of Music', 268, 269
      • extension lecture series on 'The Great Composers', 395, 403, 404, 405
      • extension lecture series on 'Pianoforte playing', 264, 265
      • extension lecture series on 'The Development of the Violin Sonata', 318, 319, 320, 322
      • organ recitals, 263, 316, 319, 484
      • role of Director in music examination rooms, 421, 426, 426a
      • Sydney visit, 285
      • to conduct examinations in Practice of Music for Melbourne University, 296
      • delegate to Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • visit to University Western Australia Centre regarding music examinations, 471, 472, 473, 474
    • Entrance Scholarships,
      • 1899 awards, 121
      • awarded to John Raymond Wilton, 174
    • establishment, University of Adelaide
      • government queries justification for the establishment of a university in Adelaide, 33
      • Church origins of the University, 170
      • Adelaide University Act 1874, 473, 489
      • annual grant from public revenues, 473
      • endowments by Sir Thomas Elder and Sir Walter Watson Hughes, 311, 436, 473, 489
      • endowment of 50,000 acres of waste land & 5 acres in City of Adelaide, 473, 489
      • established in 1874, 464a
      • professorships founded on establishment, 473
    • Evening Entrance Scholarship,
      • 1898 awards, 3
      • 1899 awards, 121
      • 1900 recipients, 127, 127a
      • 1902 awards, 252
      • 1904 awards, 354
    • Everard Scholarship
      • awarded to Helen Mary Mayo, 279
      • awarded to Constance May Cooper, 379, 380, 381
      • awarded to William Morgan Hunn, 413, 418, 419
      • awarded to William Ray, 488
      • founded by late William Everard, 457
    • examinations,
      • 1897 results, 3, 4, 13
      • 1898 matriculation examiners’ reports, 77, 78, 79
      • 1898 results, 60, 61, 62, 70, 71
      • 1899 reports of examiners, 124, 125
      • 1899 results, 85, 86, 89, 110, 113, 114, 116, 117, 118
      • 1900 results, 128, 135, 136, 161, 162, 169, 170, 171, 173, 174, 176, 177, 178
      • 1901 results, 184, 185, 186, 230, 231, 241, 242, 245, 247, 248, 257
      • 1902 results, 252, 253, 259, 260, 269, 271, 273, 274, 275, 276, 280, 281, 282, 283, 285
      • 1902 school examinations, 251
      • 1903 results, 289, 300, 312, 322, 328, 332, 333a, 333b
      • 1904 results, 350, 352, 362, 369, 370, 381, 382, 383, 384, 389, 390
      • 1905 fees, 436
      • 1905 results, 392, 397, 403, 405, 406, 407, 408, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 423, 424, 428, 429
      • 1906 results, 429, 430, 448, 471, 472, 481, 482, 484, 486, 487, 488, 489
      • alterations to regulations governing public examinations, 142, 143
      • amendment to regulations for theory & practice of music, 461, 462
      • appointment of examiners, 135, 269, 465, 486
      • approval for draft requirements for Diploma of Associate in Music, 142, 143
      • approval for scholarship to most successful candidates in public examinations, 142, 143
      • Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity College & Royal College of Music, London, 99, 102, 386, 387, 388, 389, 393, 433, 454, 485
      • candidates at University Western Australia Centre primary public examination, 473
      • centres of examination in provincial towns and Western Australia, 254
      • change of title from Elementary to Junior Commercial Examination, 310
      • combined scheme of music examinations for University of Adelaide & Melbourne University, 471, 472, 473, 474, 484, 485
      • comparison of results of 1898 & 1899, 119
      • competence of music examiners questioned, 135
      • conduct of Junior & Higher Public examinations, 485, 486, 487
      • cramming system for examinations, 333a, 333b, 373, 385, 386, 423
      • delay in distribution of Primary Public Examination papers, 322
      • denial that music examination held under difficult circumstances, 91
      • dissatisfaction with conduct of music examinations, 70, 71, 72, 73, 89, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 167, 168
      • dominance of examinations in whole course of teaching, 275, 276
      • Elder Conservatorium committee report on conduct of music examinations, 474
      • entrance examinations for Elder Conservatorium, 1
      • entry for 1906 Junior, Senior & Higher Public Examinations, 482, 483
      • error in naming 1904 Senior Public Examination as Junior Examination, 382
      • establishment of rural examination centre in Petersberg, 465
      • examination centres for combined system of public examinations in music, 485
      • examination papers for Primary Examination in Theory of Music from 1897 to 1905, 435
      • examining board for music, 45
      • Graham P Moore appointed visiting music examiner by Associated Board, 91, 296
      • improvements to standards of Junior Commercial Course examinations, 480
      • increase in numbers sitting the Public Examinations, 124, 125, 462
      • increased students following introduction of preliminary music examinations, 232, 233
      • Institute of Actuaries, London colonial examination, 95
      • lack of confidence in practical examinations at Elder Conservatorium, 122
      • large number of students at 1905 Primary arithmetic & english papers, 406
      • lateness in announcements of results, 279
      • local examinations by English musical college in India, 385
      • music teachers conference on conduct of music examinations, 136, 137, 139, 140, 141
      • need for examination results as early as possible, 274
      • need for strict standards in setting examination papers, 250
      • ordeal of the examination process, 273
      • Practice of Music, 112
      • precedent established for classing of music examinations, 243, 244
      • preliminary arithmetic paper, 102
      • Primary Examination in Theory and Practice of Music, 11, 135, 158
      • primary public, music, junior public, senior public, higher public examinations conducted in Adelaide & rural centres, 473
      • problems with 1901 MusBac examinations, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 246
      • problems with examining the 1901 Degree of MusBac, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 238, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 252
      • Prof Ives to conduct examinations in Practice of Music in Perth and Coolgardie, 141
      • proposal for 'associated board' of music for Australia, 435
      • proposal for co-operation between Australian universities for conduct of public examinations in music, 433, 435, 462, 465, 474
      • proposal for University of Adelaide to hold Primary Examinations at Broken Hill, 367
      • proposal to conduct entry examinations for British Navy in the colonies, 87
      • proposal to differentiate between first and second time candidates, 384, 387
      • proposal to hold Public Examinations in November, 115d, 115e, 117, 118
      • public examinations in theory & practice of music at proposed Perth University, 474
      • questions for which answers are not in text books, 423
      • rejection of proposal for uniform standard for commercial certificates, 433
      • relationship of the Collegiate School to University examinations, 6
      • reply to criticism of public examinations, 384, 385
      • report by Prof Ives on primary division of music (theory and practice), 136
      • requirements for examination for Elder Scholarship of Music, 136
      • scale of maximum marks for Chemistry & Physics, 440, 441, 449
      • School of Mines examinations, 233, 473
      • Senior Examination, 489
      • severity of examinations for admission to legal profession, 48, 49
      • special report on Preliminary, Junior & Senior Public Examinations, 7
      • statistics, 115d, 117, 118, 158, 329, 436, 442, 464a, 473
      • study of Ovid for Senior Examination, 248, 249, 250
      • success of students from principal schools of Adelaide, 117
      • suitability of public examinations, 386, 387
      • Theory of Music, 484
      • thoughts on a history exam, 322, 323
      • uniform standard of degree examinations, 391
      • WH Wale of Sydney appointed examiner for 1900 MusBac and public examinations, 166
      • withdrawal of 'advanced' private students from Practice of Music, 421, 426
    • extension lectures,
      • 1899 lectures, 124
      • 1905 programme, 393A
      • Prof William H Bragg on 'The Electron and the Radio-activity of Radium, Thorium, & other substances', 298
      • Prof George C Henderson on 'National Wealth' for delegates at SA Teachers' Union Conference, 305, 306, 307
      • Dr Gunson on 'SA Health Act' for Public Teachers Union Conference, 110
      • series by Prof George C Henderson on 'Leaders of the Middle Ages', 298
      • series by Prof William H Bragg on 'The Electron', 299, 300, 305, 306
      • Prof Ralph Tate on ‘The Fertilisation of Flowers’, 22, 37
      • annual report of University of Adelaide Extension Committee, 442
      • Dr Morgan to lecture on ‘Birds’, 19, 22
      • series by Dr Stirling on 'Life: the Problem of Physiology', 92, 93, 102
      • series by EG Blackmore on 'The Nineteenth Century', 92, 93, 94, 95, 98
      • Prof Walter Howchin on ‘Geology of the Mount Lofty Ranges', 393A, 395, 403, 404
      • series by Acting Professor HS Dettmann on 'Classical & Romantic Drama', 463, 465, 467, 468, 470, 471
      • series by Dr AA Lendon on 'The Progress of Medicine in the Nineteenth Century' and 'Other Important Discoveries', 144, 157, 165
      • series by Mr Lawrence Birks on 'The Industrial Applications of Electrical Power', 165
      • series by Prof Edward C Stirling on 'Colour in Nature', 298, 311, 312, 318, 319
      • series by Prof George C Henderson on 'Leaders of the Middle Ages', 307, 308, 309, 310, 358, 359, 364
      • series by Prof George C Henderson on 'Poets of the Nineteenth Century', 453, 454, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463
      • series by Prof William H Bragg on 'The Electron', 358, 359, 360
      • series by Prof William Mitchell on 'Materialism', 324, 325, 326, 327
      • series by Rev John Reid on 'Select Comedies of Shakespeare', 358, 359, 366, 367, 368
      • John Reid on 'The Tragedies of Shakespeare', 269, 272, 359
      • series by Rev John Reid on 'The Romantic Plays of Shakespeare', 298, 316, 318, 319, 320, 322, 324
      • series on 'Radium & Modern Views on Electricity & Matter' at University Western Australia Centre by Frederick Soddy from Glasgow University, 366
      • series on 'The Industrial Applications of Electrical Power', 168
      • in country districts, 358, 359
      • integral part of education system in SA, 358, 359
      • Prof George C Henderson on 'Francis of Assisi', 261
      • Prof George C Henderson on 'Oliver Cromwell, 261, 263
      • Prof William Mitchell on 'Hamlet', 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96
      • series by Mdlle. Dussau on 'French Literature', 96, 110, 111, 112
      • series by Prof George C Henderson on 'Sir George Grey', 393A, 395, 399, 400, 401, 402
      • series by Prof J Matthew Ennis on 'History of Music', 268, 269
      • series by Prof J Matthew Ennis on 'The Development of the Violin Sonata', 318, 319, 320, 322
      • series by Prof J Matthew Ennis on 'The Great Composers', 395, 403, 404, 405
      • series by Prof William H Bragg on 'Radio-activity', 441, 442, 447, 448
      • series by Prof William H Bragg on 'Radium', 393A, 395, 396
      • series in Perth by Prof George C Henderson, 440, 443, 444, 445a, 445b, 445c, 446, 447, 453
      • series by Professor Ives on ‘Music’ and 'Harmony and Counterpoint', 91, 92, 93, 94, 96
      • series by Professor J Matthew Ennis on 'Pianoforte Playing', 264, 265
      • series by Walter George Woolnough on 'Volcanoes', 264, 265
      • series by Prof William H Bragg on 'Wireless Telegraphy', 92, 93, 102, 110
      • lectures in Perth, 1
      • EG Blackmore on "The Normans in Europe", 19, 22, 23, 24, 26
      • Mr Fuller on "Biology" in Port Pirie, 33
      • need for terminology comprehensible to non-University students, 97, 102
      • object to nationalise the influence of University teaching, 298
      • Prof George C Henderson to deliver series at University Western Australian Centre, 440, 443, 445a, 445b, 445c, 446
      • proposal to hold lectures for Broken Hill, 367, 368
      • proposed lectures on 'wireless telegraphy and the cable question', 88
      • R W Chapman on 'Astronomy' at Moonta, 93
      • role in widening the mental outlook of general public, 298
      • series by Mdlle Dussau on 'French Historians of the Nineteenth Century', 105
      • success in Australia, 393A, 394
      • the ideal of the 'Peoples' University', 93
      • EG Blackmore on ’The Normans in Europe - reign & character of Henry I’, 30
      • University Western Australia Centre series by Mr F Soddy on 'Modern Views on Electricity & Matter', 360, 361
      • W Fuller lecture on 'The Cell and its Life' at Kooringa, 93
  • F

    • Fairweather, Andrew,
      • 1899 second year undergraduate scholar, 121
      • fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 379
    • Farr, Clinton Coleridge,
      • lecture on magnetic survey of New Zealand, 117
      • first Adelaide graduate to obtain DSc degree, 256, 260
      • eligible for associateship of Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 260
      • presented paper at Australasian Association for Advancement of Science Congress, Dunedin, NZ, 350
    • fees,
      • 1905 examination fees substantial proportion of income, 436
      • compulsory fee for all male students for membership of Sports Association & Union, 430, 431, 432, 440
      • benefit to candidates for the expenditure of fees, 275
      • entrance fees for Elder Conservatorium, 1
      • no refund for non-examined Practice of Music students, 421, 426
    • Felstead, Hilda,
      • criticism of choice of soloists at concerts, 421, 426
    • Ferguson, Andrew,
      • lecture on "Agronomy" at 1900 SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
    • finance,
      • 1899 balance sheet, 124
      • benefits received from the SA government, 35
      • cost to the government of University, 33
      • loss of revenue due to music students enrolment at Trinity College, London, 122
      • annual Government grant, 255a
      • exemption from general taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • expenses of Rhodes Scholarship SA Board of Selection members, 329, 330
      • 1904 financial transactions, 389
    • Fischer, Dr George Alfred,
      • lecturer at School of Medicine, 94, 466, 467
    • Fischer, Otto,
      • see Sobels, Otto Fischer
    • Fisher, Joseph,
      • donation for establishment of Joseph Fisher Medal of Commerce, Joseph Fisher Lecture & remuneration of Commerce lecturers, examiners & professors, 291, 292, 293, 352, 353, 372
      • life history, 291, 299
      • support for establishment of higher commercial education, 377, 378, 379
    • football,
      • inter-university football matches between Adelaide & Melbourne universities, 465, 468, 469
      • dinner for members of University of Melbourne lacrosse & football teams, 469
    • Formby, Henry Harper,
      • passed fourth year of the MB degree, 113
      • 1898 Dr Davies Thomas Scholar, 67
      • admitted as Member of Royal College of Surgeons, 300
    • Forrest, Sir John,
      • 1902 admitted ad eundem gradum, 276, 278, 279
    • Fowler, James Richard,
      • appointed additional examiner for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
      • appointed Chairman of Board of Commercial Studies, 372
      • deputation to Premier concerning exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
    • Fraser, Inspector,
      • appointed to committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
    • Frederick Bevan Prize,
      • 1905 award to Arthur Burton Williamson, 414
      • 1902 award to Maude Mary Puddy, 276
    • Fry, Henry Kenneth,
      • 1904 Elder Prizeman, 379, 380, 381
      • 1906 Dr Davies Thomas Scholar, 488
    • Fuller, W,
      • exhibition in physiological laboratory for conversazione for educationists, 108, 363
      • extension lecture on 'The Cell and its Life' at Kooringa, 93
  • G

    • Gardener, George,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship for a second year, 252
    • Gardiner, Beauchamp Lennox,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship for a fourth year, 252
      • entitled to fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 379
    • Gardner, Edith Josephine,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Gardner, George Gavin Forrest,
      • 1906 Elder Scholar (Composition), 432
      • career, 485
    • Gardner, Rita Elizabeth,
      • 1905 Higher Public Examination Tennyson Medalist, 413
    • Gartrell, Herbert William,
      • 1899 Entrance Scholar, 121
      • 1904 Angas Engineering Scholar, 354, 360, 449
      • awarded 1903 Tate Memorial Medal, 308
    • Gault, Arthur Henry,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum 1901, 236
    • gender issues,
      • equality of sexes in membership and voting rights at Senate & Council, 439
    • Geography, study of,
      • inaccuracies in new geography text book, 438
    • Geology, study of,
      • discovery of radio-active mineral at Olary, 436
    • Gerny, B A,
      • awarded Evening Entrance Scholarship, 127
    • Giles, Dr William Anstey,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • speech at 21st Anniversary Dinner for School of Medicine, 466
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine, 457
    • Glynn, Patrick McMahon,
      • ad eundem gradum for 1898, 67, 68, 69
    • Good, Emily Milvain,
      • awarded 1901 Tennyson Medal for English Literature, 231, 236, 237
    • Gordon, James Leslie,
      • awarded 1901 Roby Fletcher Scholarship and Stow Prize, 236
      • awarded 1902 Stow Prize, 275, 279
      • awarded 1904 Stow Prize, 379, 380, 381
    • Gosse Lecturer on Ophthalmic Surgery,
      • Dr. Mark Johnston Symons appointed, 457
      • endowment of lectureship in memory of Dr Charles Gosse, 457
    • Gosse, Dr. Charles,
      • endowment of lectureship on Ophthalmic Surgery, 457
    • government relations,
      • endowment to supplement income of newly established University, 489
      • legislation for two or more Council members to be nominated by Government, 264
      • government representation on Senate to exert control on University, 255a, 255b
      • University exemption from general taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
    • Government Scholarships,
      • amendment to tenure of government scholarships, 123
    • graduates,
      • careers of graduates of School of Medicine, 466
      • benefit of the influence of the University, 306
      • first and second music graduates, 240
      • graduates admitted by examination by August 1906, 473
      • graduates of the School of Medicine as at July 1906, 457
      • increase in number of graduates, 273
      • lack of performance opportunity for Bachelor of Music graduates, 425
      • London conference & dinner for graduates of colonial universities resident in UK, 294, 297
    • graduation ceremonies,
      • 1899 annual commemoration, 118, 119, 120
      • 1899 commemoration statistics, 115d, 115e, 117, 118
      • 1900 commemoration ceremony, 174, 177, 178, 179
      • 1901 graduation ceremony, 236, 237, 239, 240
      • 1902 commemoration, 276, 279
      • 1904 commemoration, 379, 380, 381
      • 1905 commemoration, 413, 418, 419, 422
      • 1905 Jamestown commemoration ceremony, 384, 385, 424
      • 1905 special congregation in Prince of Wales Theatre, 392, 393
      • behaviour of students, 177, 178, 179, 230, 277, 279, 414, 420, 424, 425
      • degrees conferred at the formal opening of Elder Hall, 150
      • orations at commemoration ceremonies, 118, 119, 120
      • perceived discrimination in distribution of seats to parents and general public, 236
      • review of conduct of proceedings, 178, 179
      • special congregation for Ethel Mary Murray Ambrose, 311
      • special congregation in Prince of Wales's Theatre, 256
      • special July commemoration for visit of Duke & Duchess of Cornwall & York, 239, 240
      • student performance during 1901 commemoration, 236
      • undergraduate role in commemoration proceedings, 118, 119, 120
      • students & undergraduates not to be admitted to commemoration ceremonies, 424
      • University Western Australia Centre 1905 graduation ceremony in Perth, 391
    • Gray, FW & Co,
      • installation of lighting for Elder Conservatorium, 132
    • Greenway, Thomas Charles,
      • appointed to committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
    • grounds,
      • crowding of buildings on North Terrace grounds, 265
    • Gunson, Dr,
      • evening lecture on 'SA Health Act' for Public Teachers Union Conference, 110
    • Gunson, George Frederick,
      • conferred with LLB degree, 256
    • Gynaecology, Chair of,
      • meeting of subscribers to approve endowment of 'Dr Edward Willis Way Chair’, 261
  • H

    • Hack, Guli,
      • concert by ladies' part-singing class, 369
      • Elder Scholarship of Music Scholarship for study at Royal College of Music, London, 251
      • performance at concert by students of the Elder Conservatorium, 231
      • publication of 'Voice Cultivation', 349
      • role in Elder Conservatorium concerts, 272
      • vocal soloist at organ recital by Professor J Matthew Ennis, 319
    • Hall, Miss Elsie,
      • return form Vienna, 350
      • command performance for Prince and Princess of Wales, 249
      • pianiste departs Adelaide, 249
      • temporary engagement at Elder Conservatorium, 167
    • Hall, Professor Marshall,
      • visiting from Melbourne to lecture on music, 144
    • Hamilton, Charles Wolfe,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 119, 121
    • Hamilton, Dr. Alexander Archibald
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • appointed assistant physician, 457
      • attended Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
    • Hamilton, Dr James Alexander Greer,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • elected to Senate, 171
      • nominated for Council vacancy on the Senate, 169
      • election to Council of University of Adelaide, 373
      • appointed Way Lecturer on Gynaecology, 457
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine, 457
    • Hamilton, Elsie Maude,
      • 1898 recital in Berlin, 285
    • Handtke, Ethel Hilda Hedwig,
      • in London to study at Academy of Music, 350, 360
      • awarded Elder Singing Scholarship in 1900, 127, 174, 177
      • to perform at conversazione for 1900 Library Association of Australasia, 157
      • awarded Elder Music Scholarship, 179
      • awarded silver medal from Royal Academy of Music, London, 471
      • awarded 1902 Elder Conservatorium Oratorio Prize, 276
      • encore demanded by Governor, 315
      • honorable mention in 1902 scholarship at Royal College of Music, London, 250, 251
      • progress at Royal Academy of Music, London, 368, 483
    • Hardy, Alfred Burton,
      • 1898 Stow Prize, 67
    • Harris, James Frederick,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum 1901, 236
    • Harry, May Margaret,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Hartley Studentship,
      • amendment to Paragraph C of regulations, 122
      • conditions for the award, 407
      • 1900 recommendation to John Frederick Ward, 174
      • 1902 list of qualifying candidates, 280
      • adoption of statutes by the Senate, 61, 62
      • establishment, 60
      • given for proficiency in science, 436
    • Hartley, J A,
      • studentship founded in his honor, 60, 61
      • in memoriam, 149
    • Hayward, Dr William Thornborough,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • elected to Senate, 171
      • nominated for Council vacancy on the Senate, 169
      • appointed lecturer on Clinical Medicine, Therapeutics & Materia Medica, 457
      • election to Council of University of Adelaide, 373
    • Headlam, Rev M L C,
    • Henderson, James,
      • filled vacancy on Council of University of Adelaide, 332
      • obituary, 409
    • Henderson, John Henderson,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum 1899, 119, 121
    • Henderson, Louise Koeppen,
      • awarded 1905 Ennis Prize, 414
      • honourable mention in 1902 scholarship for study at Conservatorium, 250
    • Henderson, Professor George Cockburn,
      • representative at University of Sydney's 50th Jubilee, 270, 271
      • academic career, 429
      • appointed Chair of Modern History and English Language and Literature, 256
      • elected to Committee of Selection for Rhodes Scholarships, 354, 389, 429
      • lecture on 'National Wealth' for delegates at SA Teachers' Union Conference, 305, 306, 307
      • extension lectures on 'Francis of Assisi' and 'Oliver Cromwell', 261, 263
      • extension lectures on 'Leaders of the Middle Ages', 298, 307, 308, 309, 310, 358, 359
      • extension lectures on 'Poets of the Nineteenth Century', 453, 454, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463
      • extension lectures in Perth, 440, 443, 444, 445a, 445b, 445c, 446, 447, 453
      • extension lectures on 'Leaders of the Puritan Ages', 364
      • extension lectures on 'Sir George Grey', 393A, 395, 399, 400, 401, 402
      • lecture on 'The Builders of the State' to Adelaide Teachers' Union, 269
      • photograph of history class in Prince of Wales Theatre, 464a
      • visit to Cape of Good Hope following research for biography of Sir George Grey, 334, 350
    • Heyne, Laura Olga Hedwig,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
    • Higgin, Alfred James,
      • chemical experiments demonstrated at Public Teachers' Union conference, 108, 363
    • Higher Public Examination
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
    • Hine, Clytie May,
      • awarded 1906 Elder Scholarship (Singing), 432
    • History, study of
      • appointment of Professor of History and English Language and Literature, 124
      • photograph of history class in Prince of Wales Theatre, 464a
    • Hodge, Charles Reynolds,
      • published a 'Guide to the University of Adelaide', 89, 90
      • attended meeting to form committee for Kalgoorlie Rural Centre, 474
      • attended Jamestown local centre graduation ceremony, 384, 385
      • visit to Petersburg for establishment of rural examination centre, 465
      • Registrar in 1906, 464a
      • deputation concerning University exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • attended meeting for proposed rural centre at Kapunda, 462, 467, 469
      • explanation of objects & working of a rural centre at Mount Barker, 462
      • report to University Council on Broken Hill visit, 367, 368
      • twenty-one years of service to University, 402
      • delegate at the Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • visit to reorganise Broken Hill Centre, 366, 367
      • visit to Gawler for proposed establishment of rural centre, 462
      • visit to University Western Australia Centre regarding music exams, 471, 472, 473, 474
    • Holden, Edward Wheewall,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Holder, Kathleen Gladys,
      • awarded silver medal at Jamestown local centre, 383, 384
    • Holder, Sophia Ellen,
      • awarded 1904 Roby Fletcher Prize, 379, 380
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Holder, Winnifred Breakspeare,
      • awarded 1901 Tennyson Medal, 236, 237
      • awarded 1902 Tennyson Medal, 280
    • Hole, William Magarey,
      • organist and choirmaster, 67
      • pass approval for MusBac, 243
    • Homburg, Fritz,
      • awarded 1904 Elder Scholarship in Music (Violoncello), 350
    • Hopkins, Surgeon Captain William Fleming,
      • memorial tablet erected in Elder Hall, 236, 237, 240
    • Hornabrook, Dr Rupert W,
      • report on South African wars, 130
      • banquet to honour work with plague, 186
      • Chief Medical Plague Officer at Dharwar, India, 84
    • Hospital Board,
      • settlement of longstanding dispute with University, 125, 126
    • Howchin, Professor Walter,
      • extension lecture on ‘Geology of the Mount Lofty Ranges', 393A, 395, 403, 404
      • address to Royal Society on geological discoveries in Mt Lofty & Flinders Ranges, 352
      • working exhibition in Tate Museum for conversazione for educationists, 363
    • Hubbe, Edith Ulrica,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Hughes, Sir Walter Watson,
      • career history, 311
      • endowment for establishment of University, 151, 436, 464a, 473, 479, 489
      • endowment of Chair in Classics, Comparative Philology & Literature and Chair in English Language & Literature & of Mental & Moral Philosophy, 489
      • memorial statue, 311, 464a, 471, 489, 490
      • contribution to higher education, 379
    • Hunn, William Morgan,
      • awarded 1904 Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship, 379
      • awarded 1905 Everard Scholarship, 413, 418, 419
    • Hunter, Oswald,
      • awarded 1899 Stow Prize, 119, 121
    • Hussey, Rev John,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum 1901, 236
  • I

    • Imperial & Colonial Universities' Conference,
      • University of Adelaide representatives, 316
    • Indigenous issues,
      • Board of Enquiry into charges against Dr W Ramsay Smith, 326
      • encounters with Sir Charles Todd, 487, 488
    • Isbister, William James,
      • candidate for vacancy on University Council, 412
    • Ives, Professor Joshua,
      • "At Home" to meet Professor of Music, 143
      • comments on Grand Opera, 185, 186
      • Council expression of confidence, 140
      • debate in Parliament on problems with the Chancellor, 255a, 255b
      • did not apply for reappointment as Director of Conservatorium, 183, 184
      • director of conversazione for 1900 Library Association of Australasia Conference, 158, 159
      • extension lectures on 'Harmony and Counterpoint', 91, 92, 93, 94
      • lectures on 'Music', 96
      • problems with examining Conservatorium students, 70, 71, 72, 73, 122, 137, 138, 139, 140
      • request to Council to be relieved of duties, 144
      • withdrawal from examining body of Conservatorium, 139
      • criticism of Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, 233, 237
      • denies setting 1901 harmony paper, 246
      • disagreement over music examination assessments, 244, 245, 246, 255a
      • reasons for termination of connection with University, 233, 238, 239, 240
      • farewell speech, 233, 234
      • first Professor of Music, 497
      • problems with the 1901 MusBac examinations, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 255a, 255b
      • plans for future in Adelaide, 246, 255a
      • report to House of Assembly on problems with the Chancellor, 244
      • request for enquiry into inner workings of University, 238, 239
      • students presentation in recognition of work at Conservatorium, 233, 234, 238, 239
      • to conduct examinations in Practice of Music in Perth and Coolgardie, 141
  • J

    • Jacobs, Samuel Joshua,
      • appointed Vice Chairman of Board of Commercial Studies, 372
      • role in establishment of Advanced Commercial course, 371
      • attended Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • deputation concerning University exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • filled vacancy on University Council, 332
      • resignation from Board of Enquiry into charges against Dr W Ramsay Smith, 324
      • error in published statement on vacancy on University Senate, 310
    • Jacomb-Hood, Robert Gordon,
      • admitted ad eundum gradum 1905, 393
    • Jay, Dr Melville R H,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
    • Jay, Herbert Melville,
      • applicant for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
    • Jefferis, Rev Dr James,
      • role in establishment of University, 170
      • filled vacancy on University Council, 332
    • Jennings, Francis A,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
    • Jervis-Smith, Rev Frederick John,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum for 1898, 67, 68, 69
    • Jervois, His Excellency Major-General Sir W D F,
      • laying of foundation stone of university building (Mitchell Building), 473
    • John Dunn Scholarship,
      • awarded to John Frederick Ward, 174
    • John Howard Clark Scholarship,
      • 1898 awards, 67
      • 1899 awards, 119, 121
      • 1900 awards, 174, 177, 179
      • 1901 awards, 236
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
      • awardee Dorothea Landon Poole at University of Cambridge, 447
      • awarded to Adolf John Schulz in 1905, 451
      • awarded to Mary Lillecrapp Langman in 1904, 379, 380, 381
      • awards to Adolf John Schulz & Lorna Maud Waterhouse in 1905, 413, 418, 419
    • John Howard Clarke Prize,
      • pupil teachers marked as proxime accesserunt in 1900, 301, 302, 303, 304
      • pupil teacher shares 1902 prize, 301, 302, 303, 304
    • Johnson Dr J Angas,
      • University representative at the Pasteur Institute, 91
      • to study cancer in Europe, USA & Japan, 349
    • Johnson, Edward Angas,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1901, 236
    • Jolly, Norman William,
      • outstanding Senior Public Examination results in 1898, 174
      • selected to practice for Balliol College eight, 393
      • awarded Rhodes Scholarship in 1904, 361, 388
      • studying at Oxford University, 429, 449
      • sporting achievements at Oxford University, 433
      • vacation in France with fellow Rhodes Scholar Roy Lister Robinson, 433
    • Jona, Judah Leon,
      • awarded 1905 Elder Prize, 413, 418, 419
      • 1902 Senior Examination prizewinner, 5, 280, 281
      • Jones, Brewster Hooper Josse, recital, 396
      • awarded 1902 Elder Scholarship of Music, 250
      • to study at Royal College of Music, London, 422
    • Jones, Elsie,
      • vocal & pianoforte recital, 316
    • Jones, Thomas Henry,
      • appointed to conduct theory classes at Conservatorium, 82
      • first music graduate, 240
      • presented with gift of appreciation by Conservatorium students, 173
      • first Bachelor of Music in Australia, 426, 426a
    • Jose, Rev Edward Salisbury,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1905, 413, 418, 419
    • Joseph Fisher Lecture,
      • donation by Joseph Fisher for establishment, 291, 292, 293, 299, 372
      • statutes approved, 310, 320
      • inaugural lecture by H Gyles Turner, 352
      • second lecture L A Jessop on 'Commercial Character', 436, 437, 438
    • Joseph Fisher Medal
      • awarded to John George Robertson, 379, 380, 381
      • awarded to Herbert Edward Annells, 413, 418, 419
      • to promote commercial studies at the University, 353
      • donation by Joseph Fisher for establishment, 291, 292, 293, 299, 372
      • statutes approved, 310, 320
    • Jude, Gertrude Josephine,
      • awarded Third Year Undergraduate Scholarship in1899, 121
    • Juett, Alexander,
      • 1906 Western Australian Rhodes Scholar, 429
    • Junior Commercial Examination,
      • new title, 320
    • Junior Public Examination,
      • increase in student numbers, 124, 125
    • Jurs, Carlien Ethel May,
      • awarded 1904 Elder Scholar in Music (Pianoforte), 350
      • pianoforte recital, 465
  • K

    • Kelly, Mrs Franziska H M,
      • winner of Elder Scholarship, 67, 69
    • Kennedy, Daisy Fowler,
      • awarded 1906 Elder Scholarship (Violin), 432
    • Kennedy, Wallace,
      • to study at Royal College of Music, London, 251
    • King, Rita,
      • studying music in London, 350
    • Kingston, Rt Hon Charles Cameron,
      • awarded ad eundem gradum in 1898, 67, 68, 69
      • address at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Conference, 150, 152, 153, 154
    • Kleeman, Richard Daniel,
      • directed exhibition in physical laboratory for educationists, 363
      • awarded science research scholarship, 403
      • research on properties of radium and the alpha particle, 394, 395
    • Klintberg, Hilda Mary,
      • awarded 1905 Elder Scholarship (Singing), 414
      • studying at Elder Conservatorium, 473
    • Kugelberg, Hermann,
      • retirement as teacher of violoncello, 458, 459
      • chamber music concert series, 165, 166, 168
  • L

    • laboratories,
      • erection of physical and chemical laboratories, 254
    • lacrosse,
      • matches between Adelaide and Melbourne universities, 465, 468
      • dinner for inter-university teams competing in Adelaide, 469
    • Lamb, Professor Horace,
      • academic history, 280
      • awarded 1902 Royal Medal by Royal Society of London, 280
      • University representative at British & Colonial Universities' conference in London, 308, 316
    • land holdings,
      • surrender to the government of lands dedicated to the University, 117
      • deputation concerning University exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • deputation to urge a reduction in rent on Murray Flat lands, 286
      • endowment of 50,000 acres of waste land & five acres in City of Adelaide, 473, 489
      • inspection of University in South-East and Yallum Estate, 430
      • lands in Tatiara, Wirreanda, Craigie Plain and Parnaroo, 93, 94, 103, 104
      • possible loss of University land holdings, 15
      • purchase of land from Government, 168
      • University unable to sell land grants, 409, 410
    • Lane, Annie,
      • first student to take MA under new regulations in Honours, 380, 381
    • Langman, Mary Lillecrapp,
      • awarded 1904 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 379, 380, 381
    • Laurie, Professor D F,
      • study of Alexander Sutherland's 'The Origin & Growth of the Moral Instinct', 294
    • Law, Bachelor of,
      • amendment to regulations, 122, 169, 171, 310
      • Council approves statutes affecting Bachelor of Law, 320
      • repeal of regulations for Bachelor of Laws by University Senate, 61
    • Law, study of
      • application for exemption from obligation of the final certificate, 5, 32
      • 1898 examination results, 62
      • 1899 examination results, 113
      • 1900 examination results, 128, 171
      • Law Reform Bill, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 58, 59, 60
      • abolishment of the university Law School, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
      • education & admission of barristers & solicitors, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
      • contrast between system of study in England & America, 441
      • Dr William Jethro Brown's arrival in Adelaide, 440, 441
      • establishment of Professorship of Law, 473
      • photograph of Law lecture room, 464a
      • publication of 'Jurisprudence' by Professor John William Salmond, 260
    • Le Hunte, Governor Sir George,
      • member of Rhodes Scholarships selection committee, 379, 380, 389
      • duties of a visitor to the University, 466, 467
    • legislation,
    • Lendon, Dr Alfred Austin,
      • licensed to practice at the School of Anatomy, 95
      • appointed to Senate Select Committee to consider absentee voting, 142
      • extension lectures on "The Progress of Medicine in the 19th Century", 144, 145, 165
      • appointed Lecturer on Obstetrics & Diseases of Infants, 457
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine, 457
    • Lewis, J B,
      • passed fourth year of the MB degree, 113
    • library,
      • naming of Barr Smith Library, 464a
      • importance of libraries in education, 146, 147, 148
      • R J M Clucas appointed University Librarian, 128
      • munificence of Robert Barr Smith, 124, 150
      • one of the finest in the colonies, 151
      • Registrar relieved of duties of Librarian, 142
      • Special Convention of Library Association, 133, 134
    • Lillywhite, Cuthbert,
      • appointed junior master at Townsville Grammar School, 305, 306
    • Lipsham, Kate Caroline,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Lipsham, Margaret,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship, 252
    • Lloyd, Arthur Benjamin,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship, 252
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Loan, Charles Edward,
      • awarded 1900 Evening Entrance Scholarship, 127
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship, 252
    • Lowrie, Professor William,
      • dispute with Ministry of Agriculture, 251
  • N

    • Nairn, Alexander Livingstone,
      • awarded 1898 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 67
    • Naish, F J,
      • architect for Medical School, 256
      • architect for Elder Conservatorium building, 132
      • architect for extension to Mitchell Building, 186
      • death of architect, 354
    • Napier, Alexander Disney Leith,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1899, 119, 121
    • Natural Science, Chair of,
      • professorship founded on establishment, 473
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • academic career at Melbourne University, 480
      • appointment as Professor of Classics, 440
    • Neill, Mr W,
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
      • lecturer in banking exchange for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
    • Newland, Clive,
      • admitted as Member of Royal College of Surgeons, 300
    • Newman, C S,
      • awarded Evening Entrance Scholarship in 1900, 127
    • Newmann, George Gough,
      • translated third book of Caesar's Civil War for use in Senior Examination, 256
    • Niesche, Dr F W,
      • appointed superintendent of the School of Anatomy, 432
    • Noltenius, Arthur Roy,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship, 252
    • Noltenius, Harry Edward,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
    • Nordmann, Wilfred G R P,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
  • O

    • Oakeley, Sir Herbert Stanley,
      • obituary, 331
      • involvement with examining 1897 MusBac examinations, 243, 245, 255a, 255b
    • Oratorio Prize,
      • 1905 award to Gladys Ruby Edwards, 414
      • 1902 award to Ethel Hilda Hedwig Hantke, 276
    • Otto, Ethel May,
      • 1899 special commendation for singing, 83
    • Owen, Arthur Geoffrey,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1899, 119, 121
  • P

    • Padman, Clara Helen,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Padman, Edward Clyde,
    • Padman, Isabel,
      • awarded 1900 Evening Entrance Scholarship, 127
    • Paine, Herbert Kingsley,
      • awarded 1899 Entrance Scholarship, 121
      • awarded 1901 & 1904 Stow Prize, 236, 379, 380, 381
      • awarded 1901 Roby Fletcher Scholarship, 236
    • Parkhouse, Devon,
      • awarded 1905 Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship, 413, 418, 419
    • Parkin, Dr George Robert,
      • visit to explain the Cecil Rhodes Scholarship scheme, 329, 330, 352, 482
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 331
    • Parsons, Harold Stephen,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Scholarship, 183, 236
      • to study in London, 389
      • appointed teacher of violoncello, 458, 459
    • Pasteur Institute,
      • Dr J Angas Johnson appointed University representative, 91
    • Paton, Rev Dr,
      • unable to represent University at Imperial & Colonial Universities' Conference, 316
    • Paton, Adolph Ernest,
      • awarded 1900 University Entrance Scholarship, 127
      • entitled to fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 379
    • Paton, Dora Isabel,
      • awarded 1899 Evening Scholarship, 121
    • Paton, Dr David,
      • elected unopposed to University Council, 485
      • ceased to hold office as Council member, 273
    • Pelly, Gwendoline Dorothy,
      • awarded 1899 Elder Music Scholarship, 83
      • awarded 1902 Elder Scholarship for study at Royal College of Music, London, 250, 251
      • studying violin in London, 350
    • Pennefather, Professor,
      • visiting Adelaide prior to leaving for London, 134
    • Peterson, Professor Franklin,
    • Pharmacy, study of,
      • appointment of the first lecturer in pharmacy in Australasia, 230
      • future Diploma of Pharmacy suggested by Registrar, 405, 406
    • Phillips, James Howard,
      • conferred with LLB degree in 1902, 256
    • Phillips, Mr W H,
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
    • Philosophy, Professor of,
      • Mr E O G Shann appointed acting Professor of Philosophy, 429, 430
    • Physics, Department of,
      • lecturer Mr R W Chapman leaves for USA on study tour, 97
    • Physiology, Chair of,
      • Council approval of statute for Professor of Physiology, 134
    • Political Economy, Chair of,
      • proposal for establishment, 349
    • Poole, Dorothea Landon,
      • awarded 1900 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 174, 177, 179
      • second-class honours in medieval & modern languages at University of Cambridge, 447
    • Poole, Rev Frederick Slaney,
      • nominated for vacancy on the Senate, 169
      • daughter, Dorothea Landon, obtained second-class honours at Cambridge, 447
    • Porter, Adelaide Koeppen,
      • to study at Royal College of Music, London, 251
    • postgraduate studies,
      • arrangements for postgraduate diploma course enabled by Elder bequest, 473
    • Poulton, Dr Benjamin,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • appointed lecturer on Principles & Practice of Surgery, 457
      • elected unopposed to University Council, 332, 485
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine in 1906, 457
    • Preliminary Examination,
      • abolishment, 183, 184
      • 1899 examinations results, 86
      • 1900 examination results, 128
      • problems with English dictation tests, 144, 145
    • Price, Dr Thomas A,
      • recommendation of removal as Resident Medical Officer at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • resignation as junior house surgeon position at Adelaide Hospital, 127
    • Priest, Herbert James,
      • applicant for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
    • Primary Examination,
      • replacement for Preliminary Examination, 183, 184
    • Prince of Wales Building,
      • 1902 construction, 286
      • students memorial tablet to late Professor Ralph Tate, 285
      • building funded by bequests of Sir Thomas Elder, 263
      • foundation stone laid by Duke of Cornwall & York, 248
      • to be constructed by Messrs Brown and Peel, 248
      • nears completion, 256
    • prizes & awards,
      • 1902 prizes for Junior Examination, 282, 283
      • 1902 prizes for Senior Examination, 280, 281
      • 1903 Tate Memorial Medal awarded to Herbert William Gartrell, 308
      • 1905 Exhibition and Bursary winners, 425
      • 1906 Dr Davies Thomas Scholars, 488
      • 1906 Elder Prize winners, 488
      • 1906 Everard Scholarship awarded to William Ray, 488
      • 1906 Stow Prize winner, 489
      • criticism of selection of Elder Scholarships in Music winners, 348
      • criticism of competition for music prizes between teenagers & mature age students, 489
      • establishment of perpetual Joseph Fisher Medal of Commerce, 291, 292, 293
      • establishment of Elder Prizes for animal physiology, 457
      • suggested changes to regulations for exhibitions & bursaries, 421
      • Council approval of 1902 Elder Conservatorium awards, 5, 276
    • professors,
      • appointment of first Angas Professor of Chemistry, 473
      • appointment of first Professor of Music, 473, 497
      • appointment of Henry Darnley Naylor as Professor of Classics, 480
      • bequests, gifts & endowments to guarantee the salary for Professor of Music, 497
      • establishment of a Professorship of Law, 473
      • lectureship in physiology converted into Professorship of Physiology, 473
      • Professors Rennie, Stirling & Watson associated with School of Medicine, 466, 467
      • professorships founded on establishment, 473
      • tenure of University professors, 112
      • urgent need for endowment for foundation of new professorships, 489
    • Prosh,
    • public examinations,
      • see examinations
    • Public Examinations Board,
      • role in approval of examination papers, 250
      • Public Examinations Board Manual for 1906, 428
      • Public Examinations Board 1902 Annual Report, 284
    • public lectures,
      • address by Sir Josiah Henry Symon at Jubilee celebrations of University of Sydney, 270
      • Mr R F Drury on 'University Life at Oxford', 269
      • "The Voice" by Mr Wybert Reeve, 8
      • request for University science lectures at Mannum Institute, 369
    • Public Teachers' Union,
      • link with Teacher Training College in South Australia, 362, 363
      • Public Teachers' Union Annual Conference, annual conference held in Adelaide, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110
    • publications,
      • Guide to the University of Adelaide' by Charles R Hodge, 89, 90
      • Public Examination Board Manual for 1906, 428
    • Puddy, Mary Maud,
      • Eder Scholar for Composition, 414
      • concert at Elder Conservatorium open inspection, 133
      • first student to pass Diploma of Associate in Music, 169
      • performance at concert by students of the Elder Conservatorium, 231
      • 1899 Elder music scholarship for pianoforte, 83
      • 1902 Elder Conservatorium Directors' Prize for best performance on pianoforte, 276
      • 1902 Elder Conservatorium Frederick Bevan Prize for best accompanist of vocal music, 276
      • awarded equal 1902 Elder Conservatorium Prize, 276
      • Bachelor of Music 1905, 413, 414, 418, 419
      • conferred with Associate in Music, 179
      • first student conferred with Associate in Music, 174, 177
    • Puttmann, Franziska H M,
      • winner of Elder Scholarship, 67, 69
  • R

    • Ray, Walter Vernon,
      • 1906 Stow Prizeman, 489
    • Ray, William,
      • 1902 Elder Prize winner (First year), 279
      • 1904 Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship (3rd year), 379
      • 1905 Dr Davies Thomas Scholarship (4th year), 413, 418, 419
      • 1906 Everard Scholarship, 488
      • applicant for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
    • Read, Rev Professor Henry,
      • role in establishment of the University, 170
    • Reedy, Leslie Cecil,
      • prizewinner 1902 Junior Examination, 282, 283
    • Reeves, Edward,
      • recital at Elder Conservatorium, 136
    • Reginald George Burnell,
      • Bachelor of Arts degree for student teacher, 451
    • Registrar,
      • attendance at meeting for proposed rural centre at Kapunda, 462, 467, 469
      • attendance at meeting to form committee for Kalgoorlie Rural Centre, 474
      • deputation to Premier concerning University exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • University delegate at the Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • attends Jamestown local centre graduation ceremony, 384, 385
      • Charles Hodge completes twenty-one years of service to University, 402
      • Charles Hodge was Registrar in 1906, 464a
      • involvement in disagreement between Chancellor and Professor Ives, 246
      • involvement in problems with examining the 1901 Mus Bac examinations, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 238, 239, 242, 243, 244
      • visit to Petersburg for establishment of rural examination centre, 465
      • to consider improvements to system of affiliation of Perth Technical College, 472
      • relieved from the duties of Librarian at special meeting of Senate, 142
      • report to University Council of Broken Hill visit by Charles Hodge, 366, 367, 368
      • visit to Gawler for proposed establishment of rural centre, 462
      • visit to University Western Australia Centre regarding music examinations, 471, 472, 473, 474
    • regulations,
      • BSc agreement between University and School of Mines & Industries, 290
    • Reid, Rev John,
      • extension lectures on 'Select Comedies of Shakespeare', 358, 359, 366, 367, 368
      • extension lectures on 'Shakespeare's Romantic Plays', 298, 316, 318, 319, 320, 322, 324
      • extension lectures on 'The Four Great Tragedies of Shakespeare', 269, 272, 359
    • Reimann, G,
      • on leave from Elder Conservatorium, 164
    • Reimann, I Gotthold,
      • member of Board of examination for pianoforte, singing & composition scholarships, 250
      • report of 14 month trip to Europe, 249, 250
    • Rennie, Dr Edward Henry,
      • Angas Professor of Chemistry leaves for London and metallurgical research, 22
      • lecture at Public Teachers' Union conference on the discovery of liquid air, 108
      • Professor of Chemistry interviewed on overseas tour, 96, 97
      • appointment as Professor of Chemistry under the J H Angas Endowment, 457
      • directed chemical experiments during conversazione for educationists, 363
      • member of the Faculty of Medicine in 1906, 457
      • photograph of class in first year chemical laboratory, 464a
      • reply to criticism of questions in 1906 Junior Public Examination, 485, 486, 487
      • results of analytical experiments with Dr W T Cooke on radio-active mineral species associated with carnotite near Olary, 475
      • University delegate to Jubilee of Melbourne University, 432
      • University representative at funeral of John Howard Angas, 357
    • research,
      • experiments in wireless telegraphy by Sir Charles Todd and Professor Bragg, 87, 88, 95
      • Prof William Bragg & Richard Kleeman on properties of radium and the alpha particle, 394
      • testing crushing strength of Pyrmont & Murray Bridge stone, 264, 265
    • Reynell, Walter Rupert,
      • 1906 Rhodes Scholar, 429, 430
      • academic & sporting career, 429
      • farewell dinner prior to departure for Oxford University, 461
    • Rhodes Scholarships,
      • 1904 award to Norman William Jolly, 361, 393
      • 1905 award to Roy Lister Robinson, 390
      • 1906 Western Australian award to Alexander Juett, 429
      • applicants for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
      • applications required by 31st January, 388, 389
      • Rhodes Scholars were State school exhibitionists, 421
      • codicils to will of Cecil Rhodes relating to bequests for scholarships, 256a
      • regulations, 329, 354
      • Dr George Robert Parkin tours on behalf of Rhodes Scholarship Trust, 329, 330, 331, 352
      • election for members of Committee of Selection, 354
      • establishment of Rhodes Scholarship Scheme, 377, 378
      • expenses of SA Board met by University, 329, 330
      • farewell dinner for Walter Rupert Reynell prior to his departure for Oxford University, 461
      • first meeting of Adelaide Committee of Rhodes Scholarship Trust, 358
      • indication to trustees for administration of Rhodes Bequest, 433
      • meeting of selection committee, 389, 390
      • Norman William Jolly awarded first-class honours in physics at Oxford University, 449
      • perceived doubts of finding the ideal candidate to fit Cecil Rhodes' model, 440
      • qualifications for Australian candidates, 482
      • qualifications for award, 361
      • Rhodes scholars usually university men, 466, 467
      • Selection Committee for 1906 Rhodes Scholarship, 429
      • South Australian winners to study at Oxford University, 269
      • sporting achievements of Rhodes Scholars at Oxford University, 433
      • Governor Sir George Le Hunte appointed to selection committee, 379, 380
      • vacation in France for Rhodes Scholars Norman William Jolly & Roy Lister Robinson, 433
      • Walter Rupert Reynell selected as 1906 Rhodes Scholar, 429, 430
    • Rhodes, Cecil,
      • Codicils to Will relating to bequests, 256a
      • illness prior to death, 256a
      • indication to trustees for administration of bequest, 433
    • Rhys, Ernest,
      • new publication of 'Frederic, Lord Leighton', 165
    • Richardson, Hazel May,
      • passed Teachers Certificate in conjunction with Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music & Royal College of Music, London, 412
    • Ridings, Ethel Rose,
      • honourable mention in 1902 scholarship for study at Conservatorium, 250
    • Rischbeith, Oswald,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Robert Whinham Prize for Elocution,
      • 1900 award to Marie Edmeades, 174, 177, 179
      • 1901 award, 236
      • 1902 award to Ada C L Thomas, 276
      • 1905 awards to Alice Ruby Weston & Mignon Leonie Weston, 414
    • Robertson, John George,
      • awarded 1904 Joseph Fisher Medal of Commerce, 379, 380, 381
    • Robertson, Thorburn Brailsford,
      • survived San Francisco earthquake, 449
    • Robertson, Sir William,
      • admitted ad eundum gradum, 392, 393
      • influence in establishment of Chair of Music, 426, 426a 474, 497
    • Robinson, Roy Lister,
      • awarded 1905 Rhodes Scholarship, 390
      • academic & sporting career, 390
      • entitled to fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 379, 390
      • studying at Oxford University, 429
      • sporting achievements at Oxford University, 433
      • vacation in France with fellow Rhodes Scholar Norman William Jolly, 433
    • Roby Fletcher Prize,
      • 1900 awards, 179
      • 1904 awards to Stella Mary Churchward & Sophia Ellen Holder, 379, 380
      • 1905 award to George Frederick Dodwell, 413, 418, 419
      • 1906 award to Harold Woolnough, 487
      • 1906 Proxime accessit to Annie Louisa Virginia Trehy, 487
    • Roby Fletcher Scholarship,
      • 1898 awards, 67
      • 1899 award, 119, 121
      • 1900 award to Richard William Bennett, 230
      • 1900 awards, 174, 177
      • 1901 awards, 236
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
      • Spencer Churchward recommended for 1899 scholarship, 114
    • Rose, Clement Thomas,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship for third year, 252
    • Rose, P C,
      • awarded 1900 Evening Entrance Scholarship, 127
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • affiliation with University, 141, 142, 146, 147, 148, 149, 473
      • benefit to city boys, 175
      • Senate passed new regulations for affiliation, 412
    • rowing,
      • annual inter-state University boat race, 295
      • 1903 Australian Universities' eight-oared boat race, 297
      • concert by Conservatorium students to aid Adelaide University Boat Club, 134, 135
      • eleventh Inter-university boat race for Challenge Cup, 12
      • Victorian University Eight win 1902 rowing cup, 257
    • Rudall, Reginald John,
      • awarded 1906 Stow Prize, 489
    • rural centres,
      • establishment of permanent centres for conducting local examinations, 183, 184
      • 1905 Jamestown Commemoration Ceremony, 424
      • 1905 primary examination at University centres, 405
      • conduct of public examinations, 473
      • criticism of Port Pirie music examinations, 387, 388
      • establishment of centre at Burra, 465, 470
      • establishment of centre at Gawler, 462, 465
      • establishment of centre at Kapunda, 462, 467, 469, 470
      • establishment of centre at Mount Barker, 462
      • examination centres for combined system of public examinations in music, 485
      • extension lecture series by Professor George C Henderson at centres, 462, 463
      • extension lecturers for country districts, 358, 359
      • Jamestown centre graduation ceremony, 384, 385
      • centres to be established at Mount Barker, Gawler, Kapunda, Petersburg & Burra, 450, 453
      • meeting to form committee for Kalgoorlie Rural Centre, 5, 474
      • primary public examination in general education conducted in centres, 471, 473
      • proposal for University to hold Primary Examinations in Broken Hill, 367, 368
      • proposed establishment of centre at Laura, 392
      • Registrar visits Petersburg for establishment of centre, 465
      • visit to Broken Hill by Registrar, 366, 367, 368
      • University Council appoints committee to act in Broken Hill, 367
      • University Council approval for Gawler committee to be selected at public meeting, 465
      • value of centres attached to University, 465
    • Russell, Herbert Henry Ernest,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 119, 121
    • Russell, Walter Henry,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Prize, 236
    • Rutherford, Professor Ernest,
      • comments on radium as a cure for cancer, 394
      • experiments with radium, 395, 396
      • New Zealand visit, 394
  • S

    • SA Teachers Union,
    • Sache, Florence Olga,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Scholarship for pianoforte, 183
    • Salmond, Professor John William,
      • 1898 Commemoration Day Annual Address, 67, 68
      • accepted post at Victoria College, Wellington NZ, 424, 430
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
      • appointed to committee to settle resolutions concerning Rhodes Scholarships, 329, 330
      • lecturer in commercial law for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
      • publication of 'Jurisprudence', 260, 272, 273
    • Savage, Harold Gilks,
      • awarded 1905 Elder Scholarship for Tenor Voice, 414
    • Schache, Florence Olga,
      • awarded 1901 Elder Scholarship, 236
    • scholarships,
      • Roby Fletcher Scholarship, 114
      • Angas Engineering Exhibition, 3, 124, 125
      • Senior Public Examinations Scholarship, 178
      • Elder Conservatorium Scholarships, 1, 3, 6, 12, 82, 83, 127, 250, 432
      • amendment to tenure of government scholarships, 123
      • Prince Alfred College Scholarships, 2
      • Rhodes Scholarships, 256a
      • Evening Entrance Scholarship, 3
      • government proposal to increase the number of University scholarships, 80
      • Hartley Studentship, 60
      • reasons for refusing to take up University scholarships, 186
      • recommendation of scholarship to most successful candidates in public examinations, 142, 143
    • School of Anatomy,
      • appointment of Dr William Ramsay Smith as superintendent, 95
      • license to practice anatomy, 95
      • student movements due to Adelaide Hospital imbroglio, 86
    • School of Mines and Industries,
      • anonymous donation to form nucleus of a building fund, 90, 90-col3
      • report on the stability and success of "technical education", 9, 10
      • student and class statistics, 9, 10
      • preparatory instruction for associate students, 10
      • mining engineering & metallurgy postgraduate course lectures, 10
    • Schulz, Adolf John,
      • awarded 1905 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 413, 418, 419, 451
      • Bachelor of Arts degree, 451
    • Science Research Scholarships,
      • Commissions of the International Exhibition of 1851 award to William Ternent Cooke, 264, 265
    • Science, Bachelor of,
      • amendments to statutes and regulations, 123, 124, 125, 310
      • proposed degree for agricultural studies, 141, 142
      • Council approved statutes affecting degree, 320
      • first in Australia to grant degrees in science, 464a
    • Science, Doctor of,
      • new regulations governing conferring of degree, 141, 142
    • Science, study of,
      • approval of scale of maximum marks for public examinations in chemistry & physics, 441, 449
      • new scale of marks to encourage study, 441
      • students handicapped by marking system for higher public examinations, 449
    • Scott, Andrew,
      • management of teacher training scheme, 183, 184
      • appointed Superintendent of Students at University, 123, 124, 125
    • Scott, Malcolm Leslie,
    • Seabrook, Dr Leonard Llewellyn,
      • appointed to committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
    • Searle, Frederick John,
      • awarded 1899 Entrance Scholarship, 121
    • secondary education,
      • comments on education in Germany, Britain & USA, 447
      • criticism of standard of education at Trinity College, Port Pirie, 333a, 333b
      • proposal for basis of greater efficiency for rural schools, 475
      • scholarships to encourage higher education, 175
      • new geographical methods for primary & junior candidates, 308
      • increased number of students completing secondary education, 115d, 115e, 117, 118
      • proposed establishment of state secondary education schools for boys, 22, 23, 24, 34
      • preparation for higher education, 35
      • relationship between universities and secondary education, 36, 37, 38, 40
    • Senate, University of Adelaide
      • Select Committee appointed to consider absentee voting at Senate elections, 142
      • attendance at formal opening of Elder Hall, 5, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • lapses of meetings through lack of quorum, 27, 28
      • nomination and election of Clerk and Warden of the Senate, 169, 170, 171
      • posting of notices as required by standing orders, 253
      • proposed statutes for systemizing educational efforts, 141, 142
      • role in commemoration ceremonies, 178, 179
      • report on postal voting for Council members, 169, 171
      • elections, 171
      • support for granting larger degree of power over professors to the Council, 90
      • composition and membership, 464a
      • equality of sexes in membership and voting rights, 439
      • error in statement re election of J M Ennis & S J Jacobs to fill vacancies, 310
      • government representation on Senate to exert control on University, 255a, 255b
      • officers in 1906, 464a
      • special meeting to fill vacancy on University Council, 412
    • Senior examination,
      • 1899 results, 86
      • 1900 results, 128
      • test of general proficiency in elementary knowledge, 254
      • criticism of study of Ovid, 248, 249, 250
      • Caesar's Civil War for use in 1902 examination, 256
    • Shakespeare Society,
      • lecture on "Four of Shakespeare's Women", 15
    • Shann, Mr E O G,
      • appointed acting Professor of Philosophy, 429, 430
    • Sheridan Essay Prize,
      • 1899 award, 119, 121
      • 1900 award to Richard William Bennett, 230
    • Shiels, Mr J,
      • appointed additional examiner for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies by University Council, 372
    • Shierlaw, Howard Alison,
      • awarded 1902 Stow Prize, 275, 279
    • Short, John Gordon,
      • awarded 1905 Elder Scholarship (pianoforte), 391, 414
      • honourable mention in 1902 scholarship for study at Conservatorium, 250
    • Sinclair. William Malcolm,
      • awarded 1906 Elder Prize, 488
    • Skipper, Mervyn Garnham,
      • awarded 1901 Tennyson Medal for English Literature, 236, 237
    • Skipper, Stanley Herbert,
      • awarded 1898 Stow Prize, 67
      • awarded 1900 Stow Prize, 174, 177, 179
      • awarded 1901 Stow Prize, 236, 237
    • Smeaton, Stirling,
      • candidate for vacancy on University Council, 412
    • Smith, Dr J A R,
      • appointed Senior House Surgeon of Melbourne Hospital, 95
    • Smith, Dr William Ramsay,
      • appointed honorary physician at Adelaide Hospital, 127, 128
      • appointed Superintendent of School of Anatomy, 95
      • Board of Enquiry, 324, 326
      • comments on cramming for examinations, 333a, 333b
    • Smith, Harold Whitmore,
      • prizewinner 1902 Senior Examination, 280, 281
    • Smith, J A R,
      • completed medical degree with distinction, 85, 86
    • Smith, Louis Laybourne,
      • awarded 1902 Evening Scholarship for second year, 252
    • Smith, Robert Barr,
      • see Barr Smith, Robert, 373
    • Smith, Sydney Talbot,
      • filled vacancy on University Council, 332
    • Smith, William Ramsay,
    • Smythe, Inspector,
      • address on "Intellectual Development" at the SA Teachers' Union Conference, 148, 149, 155
    • Sobels, Otto Fischer,
      • to study at Royal College of Music, London, 251
    • Soddy, Frederick,
      • extension lecture on 'Radium & Modern Views on Electricity & Matter' at Western Australia Centre, 364, 365, 366
    • Somervell, Arthur,
      • visiting examiner at Elder Conservatorium, 135
      • returns to London, 169, 170
    • South Australian Commercial Travellers' Association Scholarship,
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
    • South Australian Scholarships,
      • discontinued scholarship scheme, 409, 410, 457
    • sport,
      • boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities, 4
      • concert to aid Adelaide University Rowing Club, 134, 135
      • dinner for members of University of Melbourne inter-university teams, 469
      • eleventh inter-university boat race for Challenge Cup, 12
      • amendments to statutes relating to maintenance of University sport, 430, 431, 432, 440
      • history of inter-university sporting events, 465
      • inter-university football & lacrosse matches, 465, 468, 469
      • result of University v Essendon cricket match, 4
      • students to arrange funding scheme for maintenance of sport, 440
      • University athletic club inaugurate an Annual Sports Day, 320, 321
    • staff,
      • appointment of Professor of Physiology, 457
      • 1902 statistics in Calendar, 286
      • Agent General to find pianoforte teacher for Elder Conservatorium, 113
      • application for teacher of Theory of Music, 79
      • applications for Elder Conservatorium, 1
      • applications for singing master received by Agent-General, 10
      • appointment of Professor of Law, 427
      • appointment of examiners, 486
      • appointment of Professor of Classics, 430, 440, 480
      • appointment of Lecturer in Pharmacy, 230
      • appointment of lecturers to School of Medicine, 457
      • appointment of Junior Demonstrator in Chemical Laboratory, 127
      • appointment of new Professor of Pianoforte in hands of Guildhall authorities, 108
      • appointment of Professor of Chemistry under the J H Angas Endowment, 457
      • appointment of clinical lecturer on diseases of children, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Obstetrics & Diseases of Infants, 457
      • appointment of Professor of Anatomy, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Principles & Practice of Surgery, 457
      • appointment of Professor of Music & Director of the Elder Conservatorium, 232
      • appointment of Way Lecturer on Gynaecology, 457
      • appointment of Gosse Lecturer on Ophthalmic Surgery, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Bacteriology, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Pathology, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Forensic Medicine & Lunacy, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, 457
      • appointment of Lecturer on Therapeutics & Materia Medica, 457
      • composition of the Faculty of Medicine in 1906, 457
      • Elder Conservatorium teaching staff, 0, 1
      • appointment of Chair of Modern History and English Language and Literature, 126, 256
      • appointment of teacher of violoncello at Elder Conservatorium, 458, 459
      • appointment of Lecturer on Principles & Practice of Medicine & Therapeutics, 457
      • appointment of acting Professor of Philosophy, 429, 430
      • appointment of Lecturer on Pathological Anatomy & Operative Surgery, 457
      • appointment of first Professor of Music, 497
      • qualities for election to professor, 151
      • resignation of Hughes Professor of Classics & Comparative Philosophy & Literature, 427, 440
      • resignation of Professor of Law, 424
      • resignation of Chair of Modern History & English Language, 255a, 255b
      • retirement of teacher of violoncello, 458, 459
      • retirement of pianoforte teacher, 239
      • School of Medicine lecturers who are graduates of University, 466, 467
      • staff statistics for 1876 & 1906, 464a
      • statistics in 1899 Calendar, 81, 82
      • statistics on professors, lecturers & teachers for 1876 & 1905, 473
      • statistics on professors, lecturers & teachers in 1906, 473
      • tenure of University professors, 112
      • clinical teaching positions at Adelaide Hospital, 126, 127
    • State Government,
      • regulations for agreement between University and School of Mines & Industries, 290
      • legislation for improvements to Adelaide Hospital administration, 138
    • statistics,
      • student statistics after 25 years, 150
      • 1898/1899 comparison on Public Examinations, 115d
      • 1899 commemoration, 115d, 115e, 117, 118
      • 1899 statistics of Public Examinations, 117, 118
      • 1899 students, 124, 125
      • increase in number of examination candidates, 273
      • staff for 1876 & 1906, 464a
      • candidates for public examinations for 1876 & 1906, 464a
      • students who completed medical degrees interstate owing to 'hospital trouble', 466, 467
      • professors & lecturers in 1906, 473
      • professors, lecturers & teachers for 1876 & 1905, 473
    • statues,
      • public meeting for erection of statue of Sir Thomas Elder, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
      • Grand Musical Fete in aid of the Elder statue, 32, 45
      • importance of memorials to pioneers, 2, 3
      • issue of subscription cards for proposed Elder Statue, 7
      • need for public statues to those who have served the State, 5, 6
    • statutes,
      • amendment to Paragraph C of the regulations, 122
      • amendments relating to maintenance of University sport & Union, 430, 431, 432
      • Council approval for Professor of Physiology, 134
      • statutes dealing with the 'Joseph Fisher' regulations, 320
      • Government refusal to ratify amendments relating to maintenance of University sport, 440
      • Senate amends regulations for public examinations in theory & practice of music, 461, 462
      • special meeting of Senate for amendments to statutes and regulations, 114, 115a, 115b, 115c, 116
      • special meeting of Senate for repeal of Chapter V, 142
      • suggested changes to regulations for exhibitions & bursaries, 421
      • motion for granting Council larger degree of power over professors, 90
      • amendments to regulations for courses, 412
    • Steele, Dr Bertram,
      • awarded Wyselaskie Scholarship in 1899, 255a, 255b
      • Degree of Doctor of Science, in absentia, 255a, 255b
    • Stephens, Lillian Mary Theakstone,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Stirling, Dr Edward Charles,
      • extension lecture series on 'Life: the Problem of Physiology', 92, 93
      • visit to Hobart, 128
      • president of next Medical Congress to be held in Adelaide, 250
      • appointed Professor of Physiology, 134, 183, 184, 457
      • lecture criticised because terminology too technical, 97
      • retirement from University Council, 53, 58
      • inaugural address at Australasian Medical Congress, 403
      • comments on conversion of North Terrace Lunatic Asylum, 266, 268
      • member of Committee of Selection for Rhodes Scholarships, 354, 389, 429
      • extension lecture series on 'Colour in Nature', 298, 311, 312, 318, 319
      • influence on the establishment of School of Medicine, 466, 467
      • photograph of laboratory, 464a
      • professor since establishment of School of Medicine, 466, 467
      • Adelaide delegate to Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
    • Stirling, J L,
      • nomination and election to Senate, 169, 171
    • Stokes, Edward,
      • awarded third-class honours in science at Oxford University, 450
    • Stow Prize,
      • awards to James Leslie Gordon, Herbert Kingsley Paine & Marmion Matthews Bray, 379, 380, 381
      • awarded to Richard William Bennett, 230
      • 1898 awards, 67, 68
      • 1899 awards, 119, 121
      • 1900 awards, 174, 177, 179
      • 1901 awards, 236, 237
      • 1902 recommendations, 275
      • 1902 awards, 279
      • 1905 award to Marmion Matthews Bray, 379, 380, 381, 413, 418, 419, 489
      • awards to Marmion Matthews Bray, Walter Vernon Ray & Reginald John Rudall, 489
      • repeal of statutes by Senate, 61
    • Stow Scholarship
      • to be awarded to law student winning three Stow prizes during Law course, 61
      • 1900 awards presented at the formal opening of the Elder Hall, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155
      • 1901 awards, 236, 237
      • awarded to Richard William Bennett, 230
      • 1904 award to James Leslie Gordon, 379, 380, 381
    • Stow, Francis Leslie,
    • Stuckey, Francis Seavington,
      • awarded 1899 Dr Davis Thomas Scholarship, 114, 119, 121
    • Stuckey, J J,
      • nominated for Council vacancy on the Senate, 169
    • student activities & protests,
      • parade of students through Adelaide streets, 421c, 421d
      • discourteous behaviour at unveiling of Elder Statue, 313, 314, 315, 316
    • student services,
      • student concession tickets on railways, 454
    • student statistics,
      • 1901 student numbers, 254
      • 1902 & 1903 Commerce student numbers, 299
      • 1902 & 1903 examination candidates, 329
      • 1902 Elder Conservatorium student numbers, 285
      • 1902 statistics in Calendar, 286
      • 1905 candidates, 412
      • 1905 primary examination at Adelaide & rural centres, 405
      • 1905 statistics for teacher training, 449, 450, 451
      • 1905 student statistics at Jamestown Rural Centre, 424
      • 1906 public examination statistics, 442
      • 1906 statistics for Chairs of Classics, Comparative Philology & Literature and English Language & Literature & of Mental & Moral Philosophy, 489
      • Advanced Commercial Certificate student numbers, 372
      • candidates for primary public examination in general education, 471, 473
      • candidates for public examinations for 1876 & 1905, 473
      • candidates at University Western Australia Centre primary public examination, 473
      • candidates for Junior, Senior & Higher Public Examinations, 436, 483
      • candidates for commercial examinations, 483
      • candidates for music examinations, 483
      • candidates for primary examinations, 482
      • Elder Conservatorium statistics from 1898 to 1906, 484
      • Elder Conservatorium undergraduates to 1905, 473
      • entries received for practical examinations of Trinity College, London, 269
      • entries received for 1902 music examinations, 269
      • first students at Elder Conservatorium, 1
      • increase number of entries for Primary Public examinations, 462
      • matriculating & non-graduating students for 1876 & 1905, 473
      • music student examination entry statistics, 158
      • number of competitors for Elder music scholarships for 1899, 83
      • Primary Public Examination statistics for 1903, 322
      • statistics for 1900 Preliminary Examination, 162
      • Elder Conservatorium advanced grade singing students, 426, 426a
      • junior & higher public examinations, 485
      • statistics in 1899 Annual Calendar, 81, 82
      • student statistics for 1876 & 1906, 464a
      • student statistics for School of Medicine, 457
      • examination on theory & practice of music at University Western Australia Centre, 473
      • students of Elder Conservatorium in 1905, 473
      • success of students who attended Advanced School for Girls, 34
      • undergraduates for 1876 & 1905, 473
    • students,
      • attended Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • behaviour of university students, 425
      • conspicuous part in official opening of Elder Hall, 152
      • criticism of student behaviour on Commemoration Day, 230, 277, 279, 380, 381
      • damage to books in Public Library, 286
      • discourteous behaviour of students at unveiling of Elder statue, 313, 314, 315
      • approval of railway concession tickets for full-time students, 458
      • first Prosh procession a satirical success, 422, 425
      • increased numbers following introduction of preliminary musical examinations, 232, 233
      • lack of attendance at public concerts, 378
      • large numbers at 1905 primary arithmetic & english papers, 406
      • medical student movements due to Adelaide Hospital imbroglio, 86, 466, 467
      • medical students required to leave SA to gain recognition, 27, 28
      • preparatory instruction for associate students at School of Mines & Industries, 10
      • problems with School of Mines examinations held outside furnished tuition, 233
      • railway travel concessions, 171
      • role in commemoration ceremonies, 177, 178, 179
      • science students handicapped by marking system for higher public examinations, 449
      • class statistics at School of Mines and Industries, 9, 10
      • student behaviour at 1905 Commemoration Ceremony, 424, 425
      • public presentation in recognition of Professor Ives, 233, 234, 238, 239
      • students' memorial tablet to late Professor in Tate Museum, 285, 290
      • performance during 1901 Commemoration Day proceedings, 236, 239, 240
      • funding scheme for maintenance of sport, 440
      • under-achievement by students at University exams, 7
      • undergraduate role in commemoration proceedings, 118, 120
      • undergraduates not to be admitted to commemoration ceremonies, 424
      • unruly behaviour at commemoration ceremonies, 414, 420
    • Sutherland, G A,
      • nominated for Council vacancy on the Senate, 169
      • appointed to committee to consider absentee voting at Senate elections, 142
    • Swift, Dr Harry,
      • appointed assistant physician, 457
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
    • Symon, Sir Josiah Henry,
      • address during Jubilee celebrations of University of Sydney, 270
    • Symons, Dr.Mark Johnston,
      • Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, 457
      • attended Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • appointed Gosse Lecturer on Ophthalmic Surgery, 457
  • T

    • Tate Medal,
      • 1903 award to Herbert William Gartrell, 308
      • 1904 award to Herbert Basedow, 366, 379, 380, 381
    • Tate Memorial Fund,
      • proposal to erect memorial to Professor Ralph Tate in Geological Museum, 253, 290
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
      • memorial tablet to late Professor in Natural Science, 253, 285, 290
      • death during 1901, 254
      • photograph, 497
      • tribute to work on the Lake Eyre Basin, 459
    • Taylor, Arthur Roy,
      • awarded 1900 University Entrance Scholarship, 127
    • teacher training,
      • 1905 annual report for University Training College, 449, 450, 451
      • 1905 Public School Teachers' Union conference, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 80, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 397, 398, 399
      • proposal to take control of Teachers' Training College, 46, 47
      • advantages of university training of student teachers, 118, 286, 301, 302, 303, 304, 450, 452, 453
      • agreement reached on role of the University in teacher training, 118
      • criticism of low salaries for University trained teachers, 313
      • criticism of university training for student teachers, 400
      • death of Mr Hartley, 149
      • extension lectures as supplement to school based education, 358, 359
      • government accepts proposal for University to undertake training of teachers, 123
      • House of Assembly discussion that University take control of Teachers Training College, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102
      • House of Assembly motion on withdrawal of educational reform for pupil teachers, 111
      • link between University and Teachers Training College, 362, 363
      • munificence of Sir Thomas Elder benefits University training for teachers, 264
      • need for study of botany, biology and geology to be included in teacher training, 449, 451
      • need for training provincial teachers, 475
      • NSW training of teachers system, 358
      • overworking of pupil teachers, 99, 100, 101, 102
      • school established for first two years of pupil teacher training, 123
      • report on success of University training, 146, 147, 148
      • role of University in teacher training, 115d, 115e, 117, 118, 123, 124, 125, 150, 183, 184
      • special meeting of Senate for amendments to statutes and regulations to facilitate amalgamation with the University, 114, 115a, 115b, 115c, 115d, 115e, 116
      • student teachers to be trained at University, 255a, 255b
      • teacher training costs, 409, 410
      • University entrusted by government with training of teachers, 410
      • University training of student teachers, 301, 302, 303, 304, 306, 397, 398, 399, 400
      • Government concern at increased cost of education in SA, 317, 318, 322
    • technical studies,
      • University and Institute of Mines & Industries provide higher technical study, 289, 290
    • Tennyson Medal,
      • 1901 award to Emily Milvain Good, 231
      • 1901 medallists, 236, 237
      • 1902 award to Frederic Morley Cutlack, 280, 281
      • 1902 award to George Dalrymple Cowan, 282, 283
      • 1902 award to Winnifred Breakspear Holder, 280
      • 1904 award to Charles G Bennett, 381, 382
      • 1905 Higher Public Examination award to Rita Elizabeth Gardner, 413
      • 1905 Senior Examination medal awarded to Phyllis Mary Moore, 423, 424
      • 1905 award to Alfreda Dorothy Young, 414, 415
      • Lord Tennyson established fund for medals for study of English literature, 151, 152
    • Tennyson, His Excellency Lord,
      • comments on qualities for election to professor, 151
      • established a fund for medals for study of English literature, 151, 152
      • conferred with LLD degree at the formal opening of Elder Hall, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 163
      • lays foundation stone of new building for School of Medicine, 261, 262, 263, 457
      • officially declares Elder Hall open, 150, 152, 154, 155
      • visit to the University, 87
      • speech at SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 146, 147, 148, 155
    • theology, study of,
      • benefits of university education for the clergy, 392
    • Thomas, Ada C L,
      • awarded 1902 Robert Winham Prize for elocution, 276
    • Thomas, Annie Gladys,
      • 1899 special commendation for violin, 83
    • Thomas, Dr John Davies,
      • founding of Dr Davies Thomas Scholarships, 457
    • Thomas, J Edwin,
      • appointed additional examiner for Advanced Commercial Certificate, 372
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies, 372
    • Thomas, Nora Kyffin,
      • violin solo at annual organ recital by Professor John Matthew Ennis, 402
    • Thomson, Mr H A,
      • Melbourne Conservatorium of Music representative visits Adelaide, 462, 463
    • Todd, Sir Charles,
      • 1904 election to University Council, 373
      • biography, 487, 488
      • elected to Senate, 171
      • encounters with indigenous Australians, 487, 488
      • experiments in wireless telegraphy, 87, 95
      • interview on occasion of eightieth birthday, 451, 452
      • involvement with construction of overland telegraph lines, 487, 488
      • nominated for Council vacancy on the Senate, 169
      • retirement as Government Astronomer, 487, 488
      • work on telegraph lines in Australia, 451, 452
    • Tolley, Frank Gordon,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1901, 236
    • Tonkin, Alfred Bertie,
      • awarded 1904 Elder Scholarship in Music (Violin), 350
    • Torode, Walter C,
      • builder of Elder Conservatorium building, 88, 125, 132
      • presence at tests on crushing strength of Pyrmont and Murrary Bridge stone, 265
    • Tratman, Dr Frank,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum, 86
    • Treharne, Bryceson,
      • academic history, 129, 130
      • appointed pianoforte instructor at Elder Conservatorium, 122, 123
      • arranged concert of modern music, 273
      • arrival in Adelaide, 126, 127
      • chamber music concert series, 165, 166, 168
      • criticised, 183
      • departs London for Adelaide, 123
      • letter on 'Musical critics and criticism', 164
      • literary contribution on 'Rhapsodies' & music critics, 164, 491, 492, 493, 494, 495, 496
      • musical critics and criticism, 165
      • pianoforte recital in Elder Hall, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 145, 157, 158, 163
      • retirement, 239
    • Trehy, Annie Louisa Virginia,
      • awarded 1901 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 236
      • awarded 1906 Roby Fletcher Proxime accessi, 487
    • Trinity College,
    • Tucker, Professor,
      • lecture on 'Chaucer the Poet', 163
    • Tuckwell, Ernest Sinclair,
      • awarded 1900 Roby Fletcher Prize, 174, 177, 179
    • Turner, Ernest Frederich,
      • death by poison at Gawler School of Mines, 83, 84, 85, 86
    • Turner, H Gyles,
      • inaugural lecturer of The Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce, 352
    • Turner, Mr E F,
      • appointment as Inspector of Explosives and Analyst to HM Customs, 20
    • Tyas, John Walter,
      • past University Registrar now resident in London, 141
    • Tyas, Margaret Elizabeth,
      • admitted ad eundum gradum at 1905 special congregation, 392, 393
  • U

    • Uhrlaub, Mr,
      • address at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
    • Undergraduate Scholarships,
      • 1899 awards, 121
    • undergraduates,
      • Elliott Arthur Brummitt to continue studies in Edinburgh, 312
      • Henry Harper Formby admitted as Member of Royal College of Surgeons, 300
      • London conference for graduates & undergraduates of colonial universities in UK, 294, 297
      • University Council decision that students not be admitted to commemorations, 424
    • universities, other,
      • University of Sydney's fifty year Jubilee celebrations, 270, 271
      • Bodleian tercentenary at Oxford University, 273
      • Adelaide students MB degree success at Melbourne University, 113
      • affiliation between educational institutions in Melbourne, Sydney & London, 256, 265
      • applications for Exhibition at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 294
      • applications for Ormond Professor of Music at Melbourne University, 174
      • Australasian Student Christian Union at Sydney & Melbourne universities, 458
      • Board of Agricultural Studies at Cambridge University, 141, 142
      • Cambridge University interest in work of Prof William Bragg & Richard Kleeman, 394, 395
      • Chair of Brewing at Birmingham University, 433
      • Chair of Commerce established in New Zealand university, 438
      • Chair of Pedagogy at Sydney University & Cambridge University, 358, 450, 452, 453
      • Chamber of Manufacturers protest at reduction in Melbourne University's grant, 310
      • Charles Edwards, special examiner for Adelaide centre for Trinity College, London, 276
      • commerce studies in Europe & USA, 258, 294, 352, 353
      • commercial education in Victorian university, 258
      • commercial training advocated at Australian universities, 427, 428
      • compulsory annual fees for sports a success in England, USA & Melbourne, 432
      • commemoration ceremonies at University of Sydney, 178, 179
      • contrast between studying law in England & America, 441
      • controversy concerning relative value of classical education & acquirement of scientific
      • knowledge at Oxford University, 439
      • co-operation between Australian & New Zealand universities for music examinations, 474
      • cost of courses at technical colleges in Sydney, New York & Boston, 289
      • Melbourne University defers decision to admit female graduates to Senate, 439
      • criticism of British system of university education, 325
      • criticism of Trinity College of Music examinations, 145
      • death of Alexander Sutherland, Registrar of Melbourne University, 266
      • description of campus of Melbourne University, 433
      • Melbourne students discontent with commencement ceremonies, 290
      • disruptive behavior of students at Edinburgh University, 350
      • Dr A Gerber of Earlham College, Indiana, USA visiting Adelaide, 262
      • effect of university in Western Australia on University of Adelaide, 477, 478
      • endowment of School of Colonial History at Oxford University, 388, 389
      • English colleges benefit from music examinations fees, 465
      • English language by French teacher at Melbourne University, 483
      • English universities abhor public airing of grievances, 246
      • entries received for practical examinations of Trinity College, London, 269
      • establishment of universities in Great Britain & America, 476, 477, 478
      • establishment of universities in Melbourne & Brisbane, 479
      • establishment of universities in Sydney & Tasmania, 476, 477, 478, 479
      • establishment of universities throughout England, 440
      • extension lecture movement in London, 393A, 394
      • extension of age limit for selection for Royal College of Music, London, 402
      • Faculty of Commerce at Birmingham University, 353
      • four hundredth anniversary of Aberdeen University, 480
      • government representation on governing body of Melbourne University, 410
      • history of the development of universities and university extension, 298
      • history of foundation of Sydney University, 456
      • impoverishment of Scottish universities, 184, 185
      • increase in the number of British universities, 397, 399
      • jubilee of Melbourne University, 432, 433, 434, 435
      • land holdings demised to endowment trustees of proposed Perth University, 480
      • lecture by Mr R F Drury on 'University life at Oxford', 269
      • lecture on 'Life and Art' by Professor Marshall-Hall, Melbourne University, 156
      • length of medical course in England and Scotland, 253, 254
      • Melbourne & Sydney universities proposal for higher commercial education, 377, 378
      • Melbourne Conservatorium of Music representative visits Adelaide, 462
      • Melbourne MBBS results for former University of Adelaide students, 176
      • Melbourne University declines to appoint pharmacy instructors, 230
      • Melbourne University professional board given extended powers in cases of misconduct & breach of discipline, 292
      • Melbourne University to consider commercial studies based on Adelaide model, 353
      • Melbourne University to give scholarships to state school students, 255a, 255b
      • Melbourne University unable to teach electrical engineering beyond second year, 421
      • Royal Commission into financial position & administration of Melbourne University, 498a, 498b, 498c
      • NSW Education Commissioner advocates universities not insist on Latin as a compulsory subject for matriculation, 386
      • opposition to establishment of university in Western Australia, 476, 477, 478
      • overseas universities represented at Jubilee of Melbourne University, 433
      • over-specialization apt to destroy sound liberal education, 151
      • Parliamentary tribute to Theodore Fink for services to Melbourne University, 371
      • philanthropy to support American universities, 184, 185
      • establishment of university in Western Australia, 364, 365, 366, 473, 476, 477, 478, 479
      • Professor at School of Music, Oxford required to give public lectures & performances, 497
      • Professor Ennis to conduct examinations at Melbourne University, 269, 296
      • University of Adelaide delegates to Jubilee of Melbourne University, 432, 433
      • professorships in music at European universities, 497
      • proposal by University of Melbourne for co-operation for conduct of public examinations in music, 461, 462
      • proposed Chair of Pedagogy at Sydney University, 362, 363
      • proposed scheme includes evening lectures & free entry to Melbourne University, 354
      • improvement to system of affiliation of Perth Technical College to University of Adelaide, 472
      • Adelaide & Melbourne Universities agree to co-operate in conduct of public examinations in music, 433, 435, 465
      • Rhodes Scholarship Scheme in British universities, 377, 378
      • role of Greek at English and European universities, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 120
      • Royal Commission to consider the affairs of Victorian universities, 252, 292, 321, 354, 355, 498a, 498b, 498c
      • Royal Conservatory at Dresden, Germany, 91
      • spacious grounds in European and American universities, 265
      • State representation on University Council in Victoria, 255a, 255b
      • statutory duties of music professors at Dublin & Edinburgh universities, 497
      • student participation in commemoration ceremonies in England, 178
      • students presented for examination at Sydney and Melbourne Universities, 333a, 333b
      • study of dentistry at University of Melbourne, 408
      • Chancellor a more dignified office in English and Scottish universities, 246
      • Sydney Jubilee lecture by Professor Anderson Stuart on 'The Majority of the (Sydney) Medical School', 270
      • Sydney University annual commemoration & parade, 294
      • Tasmania regarded as within sphere of University of Melbourne, 440
      • teacher training in German, Scottish & English universities, 301, 302, 303, 304
      • teacher training in NSW & Victorian universities, 301, 302, 303, 304
      • tenure of professors debated by Melbourne University Council, 111, 112
      • tradition of University dinners at English universities, 277
      • treatment of 'twicers' by Melbourne University, 384
      • university education for women in England, Scotland, Wales & Australia, 397, 398, 399
      • Inquiry Commission on extending scientific teaching at Melbourne University, 498a, 498b, 498c
      • University of Liverpool accepted affiliation of St Aidans Theological College, 392
      • University of Oxford seeks closer connection with colonial universities, 262
      • University of Oxford to recognise studies by Rhodes Scholars at Melbourne University, 359
      • university rural centres in Ireland, 470
      • university trained teachers in Great Britain, 450, 452, 453
      • vacancies on Melbourne University Council, 498a, 498b, 498c
      • Rhodes Scholar's account of student life at Oxford University, 389
      • Victorian University Eight win 1902 rowing cup, 257
      • British & Colonial Universities Conference in London, 308
      • Trinity College, London, practical examination entries, 145
    • University Building,
      • see Mitchell Building
    • University Christian Union,
      • lecture on "Critical Study of the Bible", 16
    • University Council,
      • see Council
    • University Shakespeare Society,
      • lecture by Professor R L Douglas, 165
    • University Sports' Association,
      • 1903 annual ball, 296
    • University Training College,
      • regulations for training of pupil teachers, 128
    • University Union,
      • amendments to Statutes relating to maintenance of Union 430, 431, 432
      • government refusal to ratify Statutes relating to maintenance of sport, 440
    • University Western Australia Centre,
      • increased interest in public education by students in Western Australia, 183, 184
      • public examinations in theory & practice of music at proposed Perth University, 474
      • 1905 graduation ceremony in Perth, 391
      • 1906 public examination statistics, 442
      • affiliation between Technical School in WA and University of Adelaide, 306
      • Alexander Juett selected 1906 Western Australian Rhodes Scholar, 429
      • annual report of University Extension Committee, 455
      • conduct of public examinations, 473
      • establishment of university in Perth advocated by Prof George C Henderson, 440, 443, 445a, 445b, 445c
      • extension lecture by Frederick Soddy from Glasgow University, 360, 361, 364, 365, 366
      • extension lecture series by Prof George C Henderson, 440, 443, 444, 445a, 445b, 445c, 446, 447, 453
      • history of University Western Australia Centre, 391
      • increase number of entries for Primary Public examinations, 462
      • proposed establishment of a university in Western Australia, 364, 365, 366, 391
      • public examinations in theory & practice of music at proposed Perth University, 474
      • student statistics, 391, 473
      • University Extension Committee on proposed establishment of state university for Western Australia, 476, 477, 478
      • visit by Registrar & Prof J M Ennis regarding music examinations, 471, 472, 473, 474
    • Urlaub, Mr,
      • address on "Modern Languages and the Teaching of Composition in our Schools" at the 1900 SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
  • V

    • vacations,
      • suggestion for common vacation for Australian universities, 433
    • Vaughan, John Howard,
      • 1898 Roby Fletcher Scholar, 67
    • Verco, Dr Joseph Cooke,
      • absence on study leave, 123
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • retirement from University Council, 53, 58, 273
      • appointed lecturer on Principles & Practice of Medicine & Therapeutics, 457
    • Verco, Reginald John,
      • awarded 1905 Dr Davies Thomas Scholar, 413, 418, 419
    • Verco, William Alfred,
      • awarded 1886 Elder Prize for animal physiology, 457
    • Vercoe, Sydney Manton,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1901, 236
    • Vice-Chancellor,
      • refused Prof Ives's request to access minute book of the Board of Musical Studies, 243
      • appointed to Board of Commercial Studies by University Council, 372
      • criticism by Prof Joshua Ives, 233, 238, 239, 240, 242, 243
      • deputation to Premier regarding exemption from taxation on land holdings, 409, 410
      • Dr William Barlow, 464a
    • visitors,
      • Dr G R Parkin explains the Cecil Rhodes Scholarship scheme, 329, 330
      • Graham P Moore appointed music examiner by Associated Board, 91
      • Governor Sir George Le Hunte on duties of a visitor to University, 466, 467
      • lecture by Inspector Clark on singing at SA Teachers Union Annual Conference, 148, 149
      • Madame Nellie Melba visits Elder Conservatorium, 273
      • Prof Marshall Hall visits from Melbourne to lecture on music, 144
      • special commemoration to honour the Duke & Duchess of Cornwall & York, 239, 240
      • Sir George Le Hunte at University Annual Dinner, 379, 380
      • visit by Governor to the University, 87
    • von Rieben, Mr O,
      • appointed Chairman of committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
  • W

    • Wainbright, Mr W,
      • appointed to committee to act for University in Broken Hill, 367
    • Wale, W H,
    • Walker, Dr William John,
    • Walker, Tommy,
      • display of corpse & Board of Enquiry into charges against Dr W Ramsay Smith, 326
    • Ward, John Frederick,
      • outstanding Senior Public Examination results, 174, 175, 176, 178
      • awarded John Dunn Scholarship, 174
    • Waterhouse, Lorna Maud,
      • awarded 1905 John Howard Clark Scholarship, 413, 418, 419
    • Waters, Joseph,
      • awarded 1904 Evening Scholarship, 354
    • Watson, Dr Archibald,
      • appointed consulting surgeon at South African military hospitals, 123, 129
      • return from military duty, 171
      • appointed Professor of Anatomy, 457, 466, 467
      • discovery of the disease 'trichinosis' in Australia, 249
      • experience gained as military consulting surgeon, 254
      • return from scientific research in Philippines, 351
    • Way Lecturer on Gynaecology,
      • appointment of Dr James Alexander Greer Hamilton, 457
    • Way, Chief Justice Samuel James,
      • maiden judgment as Privy Councillor, 0, 1
      • marriage to Mrs W A S Blue, 8, 10
      • 25 years as Chief Justice, 184
      • Chancellor in 1906, 464a
      • criticism by Professor Joshua Ives, 233, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 255a, 255b
      • endowment of lectureship on gynaecology in memory of Dr Edward Willis Way, 457
      • member of Rhodes Scholarships selection committee, 389, 429
      • offer of position on High Court Bench, 483
      • speaker at ten year anniversary of Australasian Student Christian Union, 458
      • academic career, 289
      • history of residence in South Australia, 289
      • resumption of work following illness, 85
      • deputation to Premier concerning University exemption from tax on land holdings, 409, 410
      • unable to attend University of Sydney's fifty year Jubilee celebrations, 270, 271
      • inaugural address at 1900 Library Association of Australasia Conference, 159, 160, 161
      • hosted 'at-home' for students and professional and teaching staff, 276, 277
    • Way, Dr Edward Willis,
      • appointed clinical teacher at Adelaide Hospital, 127
      • Council approval of Dr Edward Willis Way lectureship on Gynaecology, 260, 261, 457
      • death during 1901, 254
    • Wehrstedt, Walter Franz,
      • awarded 1898 John Howard Clark Scholar, 67
    • Weld, Elizabeth Eleanor,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1901, 236
    • West, Lily,
      • vocal & pianoforte recital, 316
    • Western Australia Centre,
      • see University Western Australia Centre
    • Weston, Alice Ruby,
      • awarded 1905 Robert Whinham Prize for Elocution, 414
    • Weston, Mignon Leonie,
      • awarded 1905 Robert Whinham Prize for Elocution, 414
    • Wheeler, Rev Alfred,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1904, 379, 380, 381
    • Whillas, C B,
      • career of retiring President of Public Teachers' Union, 108
    • White, James,
      • winner of competition for Elder bust to be erected in Conservatorium, 264
    • Whitham, C L,
      • address at the SA Teachers' Union Annual Conference, 148, 149, 155, 156, 157
    • Whitington, Bertram,
      • appointed Director of School of Mines at Stawell, Victoria, 266
      • first to obtain Diploma in Mining Engineering & Metallurgy, 236, 237, 266
      • first to obtain Fellowship of the School of Mines & Industries, 236, 237, 266
    • Whitington, Sylvia Muriel,
      • highly commended by 1903 Board of Examiners, 286
    • Whittell, Dr,
      • death of examiner in hygiene, 96, 124
    • Williamson, Arthur Burton,
      • awarded 1905 Frederick Bevan Prize, 414
    • Wills, R J H,
    • Wilson, Charles Ernest Cameron,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1900, 177
    • Wilson, Thomas George,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1904, 379, 380, 381
    • Wilton, John Raymond,
      • outstanding Senior Public Examination results, 174, 175, 176, 178
      • departs for study at Cambridge University, 363, 430
    • Women,
      • Adelaide the first Australian university to give degrees to women, 151, 464a
      • criticism of university training for women student teachers, 400
      • increased number of female graduates, 178, 179
      • university education for women in England, Scotland, Wales & Australia, 397, 398, 399
    • Woolnough, Dr Walter George,
      • directed working exhibition in Tate Museum for conversazione for educationists, 363
      • report on scientific exploration of Fiji under auspices of London Royal Academy, 392
      • resignation as lecturer on mineralogy & petrology, 366
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1904, 379, 380, 381
      • lecture series on 'Volcanoes', 264, 265
      • appointed assistant petrologist to Mr. Walter Howchin, 250
    • Woolnough, Harold,
      • awarded 1906 Roby Fletcher Prize, 487
    • Worthington, Rev Thomas,
      • admitted ad eundem gradum in 1898, 67, 68
  • Y

    • Yallum Estate,
      • inspection prior to being made available for selection, 430
    • Young, Alfreda Dorothy,
      • awarded 1905 Tennyson Medal, 414, 415
    • Young, Frederick William,
      • Stow Scholar presented at the formal opening of the Elder Hall, 150, 151
      • candidate for vacancy on University Council, 412