Index to Volume 7 (1911-1914) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Academic matters,
      • value of a university degree, 150a, 150b
      • British debate on religious versus secular education, 170
      • commercial law lecture cancelled, 235
      • Thomas Ryan urges opening of University to all on basis of intellect alone, 290
      • Catholic Federation protest against English Literature textbook, 297, 298, 299
      • University opens for new year, 368
      • Letter's Patent, 238a
    • Adelaide University Arts Association,
      • report of discussions of industrial socialism, 60
      • report of sixth annual dinner, 97
    • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize,
      • scholarship instituted for study at the Elder Conservatorium, 439
    • Anatomy, School of,
      • Dr Archibald Campbell Magarey granted license to practise anatomy, 172a, 172b
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • changes to statutes and regulations passed, 94, 282, 286
      • awarded to Hugh Thomas Moffitt Angwin, 69, 71, 190
    • Anthropology, study of
    • Arts, Bachelor of,
      • Dr Leeper speaks in favour of retaining compulsory Classical Greek, 177
      • Music Certificate to count as one subject, 426
    • Association for the International Exchange of Students,
      • invitation to Council to send delegates to London congress, 41, 41a, 41b
    • Astronomy, Chair of,
      • lack of funding to establish this position, 67
    • Atkinson, Professor Meredith,
      • leaves England, 370
      • arrives at Sydney University, 375
      • to help set up branch, 397
      • speaks, 379, 380, 397, 398, 399
      • appointed Director of Tutorial Classes at Sydney University, 387
      • appointed Hon Secretary to WEA in Australia, 387
      • on an educated democracy, 397, 398
    • Australasian Association for Advancement of Science,
      • Congress opened at Melbourne University, 125, 126
    • Australasian Student Christian Movement,
      • students sought for missionary work, 65, 66
  • B

    • Barlow, Dr William, BA, LLD
      • supports University remaining in city centre, 98
      • death of wife, 101
      • not well enough to attend University welcome to Mawson party, 353
      • made Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George, 428, 429, 430
    • Barr Smith, Robert
    • Bequests, gifts and endowments,
    • Bevan, Frederick
      • letters expressing hope that Bevan will retain connections with university, 4, 5
      • directs choral concert, 217, 218
      • life story, 293, 294
    • Bickerton, Lieutenant F H,
      • operated wireless at Mawson's Antarctic base camp, 334
    • Botany, Chair of,
      • question asked about appointments of Professor of Botany, 17, 433
      • professorship advertised, 10
      • Theodore George Bentley Osborn appointed, 56, 100
    • Botany, School of,
      • courses in botany to recommence, 162, 368
    • Brookman Scholarship,
      • terms of scholarship, 369
      • awarded to Hilda Beatrice Gill, 375, 383
    • Brown, Professor William Jethro
      • Democratising the University, 1, 2
      • waning of church influence on moral education, 191b, 193, 194, 195
      • lecture on Syndicalism, 264
      • "The growing responsibilities of the teacher”, 191, 191a, 191b, 192, 194, 195, 196
    • Buildings,
      • delay in completing extensions to University Building, 42, 43
      • pathology block at Adelaide Hospital begun, 43
      • Vice Chancellor supports University remaining in city centre, 98
      • proposal to demolish North Terrace buildings and extend University, 102, 497
      • proposal to remove Government House for student residences, 103, 104a, 104b
      • Robert Barr Smith revealed as donor of ₤10,000 to residential college, 144
      • Education Block buildings and need for extensions, 159, 289
      • Public Library requirement for more space, 159, 160a, 160b
      • deputation for increased funding for University buildings, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424
    • Bundey Prize,
      • Miss E Milne Bundey donates annual prize for English verse, 122, 199
  • C

    • Calendar,
      • report on contents of calendars, 43, 302
    • Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship,
      • meeting to select successful applicant, 42
      • Emily Dorothea Proud as first Spence Scholarship winner, 43, 122, 184
    • Chancellors,
    • Chapple, F, BA, BSc
      • impending retirement as Warden of the Senate, 113
    • Cheek, Muriel,
    • Cilento, Gladys,
    • Classics, Chair of
      • David Henry Hollidge appointed acting Professor of Classics, 33
    • Cleland, E E, LLB
      • appointed Kings Counsel, 124
    • Clubs, societies and associations,
      • subscription lists for British association meeting in Australia now open, 399
      • Sports Association annual ball, 425
      • new headquarters of state branch of British Medical Association, 431
    • Commerce, Chair of,
      • University Society of Commerce requests Chair of Commerce, 65
    • Conferences and seminars,
      • British scientists to visit Australia, 213, 214
      • editorial on Congress of Universities of the Empire to be held in London, 53
      • Congress of Universities of the Empire, 55, 57, 58, 70, 71, 73, 125, 160a, 160b, 161
      • Elder Conservatorium concert for Teachers' Conference, 71
      • Australasian Association for Advancement of Science Congress at University of Melbourne, 124
      • report of Conference of University Boards held in Melbourne, 184
      • report of the Public School Teachers' Union Congress, 195
      • Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133
      • Conference of Educational Associations opened at University of London, 348
      • British Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Australia, 368, 384, 385, 386, 390, 391, 414, 415, 433, 443a, 443b
      • Professor Kerr Grant, MSc, local Secretary for British Association conference, 407, 414, 415
    • Correll, Percy E
      • Correll leaves to join Antarctic relief expedition, 259
      • Interview on his return from Mawson Expedition, 174a, 174b
      • welcome at Prince Alfred College, 358
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • proposals for constitution of Council, 22
      • reconstituting the Sydney Senate, 68a
      • act amended to allow election of members by both houses of parliament, 33, 34
      • reports of Council meetings, 33, 71, 101, 117, 182, 213, 256, 290
      • first meeting of Council under newly legislated structure, 41, 41a, 41b
      • effect of resignation of State Government on representation on University Council, 42
      • suggestion that Adelaide Hospital be allowed to nominate a Council member, 65
      • presentation to Council of portrait of the late Judge Bundey, 66
      • appointment of representatives to various congresses, 66, 69
      • appointment to Rhodes Selection Committee for 1912, 105
      • election of two representatives to Board of Governors of Public Library, 111, 257
      • retirement of five Councillors, 111
      • executive approves statute for the Angas Engineering Scholarship, Exhibitions and Regulations affecting Elder scholarships, 113
      • nominations for vacancies, 171, 250, 251, 261
      • motion concerning establishment of medical chairs, 182
      • removal of Greek as compulsory in Arts degree, 182
      • Sir John Downer appointed to University Council, 252
      • retired members available for re-election, 259
      • Dr Helen Mayo first woman nominated for Council, 264
      • letters commending the appointment of women to council, 264, 268
      • bill to amend Adelaide University Act, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25, 26
      • Senate to consider election of first female to Council, 268
      • M M Maughan to replace Alfred Williams (deceased) on Council, 277
      • council plans public welcome for Dr Mawson and party, 306, 325, 329, 332
      • need for reforms at University, including changes to council, 375
      • Thomas Ryan announces candidature for Council vacancy, 439
    • Courses, non-degree,
      • proposed regulations for Diploma in Forestry, 199
    • Creswell Scholarship,
      • funding soon available, regulations to be drafted, 105
  • D

    • David, Professor Edgeworth T.W.,
      • on results so far of Mawson expedition, 177
    • David Murray Scholarship,
      • awarded to Thomas Lester Griffiths and Albert James Hannan, 113
    • Davis, Captain,
      • mention in speeches at welcome for Mawson party, 345, 346
      • speaks at welcome for Mawson party in Elder Hall, 347, 358
      • raises funds for relief of Mawson expedition, 199
      • account of voyage to recover Mawson’s Antarctic parties, 168
      • interviews with as captain of the Aurora for Mawson expedition, 168, 174a, 174b, 175, 176, 306, 307, 326, 327
    • Degrees,
      • introduction of engineering degree recommended, 6
      • timing of change from BSc to B.E. terminology, 146
      • recommendation to institute a bachelor of engineering degree, 6
      • Senate adopts new regulations for bachelor of engineering, 138
      • timing of change from BSc to BE, 146
    • Denman, Lord,
      • speaks at welcome for Mawson party, 343, 344, 345, 347
      • omment on his speech at University welcome to Mawson party in Elder Hall, 7, 346
    • Duncan, Hon. Sir John James, MLC
  • E

    • Economics, School of,
      • Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce to be given by Hon David J Gordon, MLC, 391, 392, 393, 394
    • Education, diploma of,
      • discussion of regulations on senate agenda, 8
      • change in regulations approved by senate, 17
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • see also Music, School of
      • reports of concerts by Conservatorium students and staff, 8, 66, 69, 71, 100, 103, 117, 187, 190, 193, 197, 214, 217, 218, 250, 251, 263, 273, 425, 426, 437
      • appointment of Madame Georgina Delmar Hall, 4
      • Miss Ruby C E Davy appointed acting teacher of theory of music, 33
      • Reverend Brian Wibberley, appointed lecturer in theory of music for Adelaide University in Perth, 40
      • Professors Peterson and Ennis appointed examiners in theory of music, 46
      • appointment of Madame Georgina Delmar Hall, 7, 4
      • musical reminiscences by C Cawthorne, 69
      • announcement of final concert of season, 116
      • letters about poor financial performance of Conservatorium, 141a, 141b, 148
      • Harold Parsons plans study leave in Europe, 160a, 160b
      • competition for George Brookman scholarship, 177
      • interview with Madame Georgina Delmar Hall, 220
      • announcement of change of date for concert, 258
      • exemption sought from Places of Public Entertainment Bill for university, 215, 216
      • first student concert for season, 62, 63
      • report of recital and prize giving, 273
      • proposed Chair in Rhetoric to teach elocution, 395
      • Harold Parsons gives account of his recent visit to Europe, 401, 402
    • Elder Scholarships,
      • Elder scholar Kathleen O’Dea gives farewell concert, 173
      • Frank Smith relinquishes scholarship to work as engineer, 173
      • announcement of winner, Erica Chaplin, 13 year old violinist, 51
      • Alfred Bampton, recent winner for organ playing, 55
      • Elder Scholarship for London study awarded to Kathleen O’Dea, soprano, 115, 116
      • four scholarships offered: one each for violin, pianoforte and two for singing, 134
      • scholarship awarded to Lena MacLeay, pianist, 163
      • Lily Emmanuel Sara receives Elder scholarship for pianoforte, 360
      • proposed revision of regulations, 94
      • awarded to Florence Muriel Day and Jack Fischer, baritone, 162
      • details of the year's awards to Florence Muriel Day, Jack Fischer, Lena McLeay, Paula M. Mewkill, Harry O’Killicoat, 173
    • Endowments,
      • Robert Barr Smith, large donor to University, 292, 293
    • Engineering, School of,
      • University Bill regarding agreement between university and School of Mines, 27, 30, 32
    • English literature, study of,
      • Catholics protest against text book, 298, 299
      • alternative text book allowed for Catholic students, 297, 299
    • Ennis, Professor J M,
      • staffing of Elder Conservatorium as Dr Ennis sails for England, 5
    • Enrolment,
      • see also students,
      • enrolment dates announced, 296
    • Examinations,
      • results of music examinations, 5, 65, 67, 110, 115, 186, 187, 252, 260, 263, 275, 370, 412, 413
      • university examinations at Cowell, 8
      • results for MB and BS, 17, 48, 114, 171, 272, 370
      • Faculty of Arts results, 20, 114, 115, 268, 270
      • results of science examinations, 21, 115, 270
      • Faculty of Law results, 22, 28, 33, 113, 171, 264, 270, 370
      • results of Higher Public Examinations, 28, 121, 273, 274
      • results of Senior Commercial Examination, 33, 134, 282
      • results of Junior Commercial Examinations, 34, 136
      • examiner's comments on recent primary arithmetic examination, 42
      • results of Special Senior Examination, 48, 170
      • Queensland and Tasmania to join with Adelaide and Melbourne for music examinations, 62, 64
      • letters about University primary examination papers, 100, 102
      • last date to enter for public examinations, 105
      • examinations held for Elder Scholarship for tuition in London, 115
      • Diploma of Commerce results, 116, 265, 273
      • results of forestry examination, 116
      • results for Honours Degree of Master of Arts, 7, 119
      • public examination results delayed, 147
      • change of timing for Primary Examination, 190, 268
      • examination dates for final term, 213
      • letter suggesting degree examinations be held in regional centres, 232
      • results of primary examinations, 106, 107, 108, 233, 234, 235
      • results for ordinary degrees, 265
      • last date to enter for public examinations, 103, 104a, 104b, 105
      • results of further examinations, 121b, 121c
      • results of Junior Public examinations, 37, 38, 39, 141a, 141b, 142, 143, 144, 283, 284, 286, 287, 288, 289
      • results for Senior Public examinations, 35, 36, 134, 135, 136, 284, 285, 286, 380
      • results of BA Hons, 268
      • Dental Board examination results, 268
      • proposed amendments to regulations of Senior Public examinations defeated, 269
      • BE results, 270
      • comment on results of Junior public examination, 286
      • manual of examinations Board issued, 296, 297
      • results of supplementary examinations, 370
    • Extension lectures,
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor to present series on the "Problem of Euripides", 413
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor's lectures on the "Problem of Euripides", 415, 416, 426, 427, 431
      • editorial comment, 431, 432
      • Walter Howchin’s lectures on "Lost Rivers of South Australia", 432, 433, 437, 438
      • interview with Registrar, Charles Hodge, about extension lectures, 212a, 212b
      • letter from Registrar Charles Hodge, disputing wording in interview about extension lectures, 212a, 212b
  • F

    • Federal Government,
      • response to suggestion that Commonwealth should rescue Dr Mawson, 174a, 174b
      • Minister of Customs, Hon L E Groom, welcomes Mawson party, 365
      • newly appointed Governor of SA and Governor-General congratulated, 382
    • Fees,
      • report of how students earned fees at Columbia University, 41, 41a, 41b
      • Minister of Education foresees free entrance to university, 100
      • New South Wales Government proposes free University education, 112, 113
    • Football,
      • presentation made to Professor Henry Darnley Naylor, president of the Amateur Football League of South Australia, 3
      • acknowledgement of players who left League to play for University, 49
    • Forestry, School of,
      • first graduate of Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Mr R G Mckail, 397, 399
    • Finance,
      • extra grant of ₤4000 to university recommended, 17
      • government budgets for University Training College and other Institutions, 105
      • sources and use of funds for University, 140
      • Robert Barr Smith revealed as donor of ₤10,000 for residential college, 144
      • Royal Society of South Australia provides grants in aid of scientific research, 196, 198
      • ₤10,000 anonymous gift to fund extension of University, 138, 139, 140
      • debate on funding in University Bill, 23, 24
      • University funding needs listed in comments on Education, 269
      • deputation for increased funding, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424
  • G

    • Geology, School of,
      • qualifications of Walter Howchin and Douglas Mawson as geologists questioned, 3
      • new Government Geologist, 22
      • career of new Assistant Government Geologist, Mr Robert Lockhart Jack, 22
      • H Y L Brown explains his resignation, 34
      • Howchin speaks about South Australian rivers, 126, 127
      • Douglas Mawson to undertake lecture tour before going to England, 196
      • report of geological trip to Hallett Cove by Walter Howchin, 442
    • Gifts,
      • donor of anonymous gift of ₤10,000 was Mr Robert Barr Smith, 144
      • chancellor announces a 10,000 pound anonymous gift to start a fund for extension of University, 138, 139, 140
      • instruments given by Dr W G Duffield for establishment of observatory, 97
      • discussion of benefits of Barr Smith donation and conditions, 148
      • Council advised of gifts of books from Dr J C Verco, documents and specimens from Sir Henry Ayers estate, 189
      • Mr Peter Waite gives mansion and park for agricultural education and research, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 256
    • Governance,
      • Professor William Jethro Brown on "Democratising the University", 1, 2
    • Government relations,
      • Prime Minister sympathetic to deputation for funding for relief of Mawson party, 215
    • Graduates,
      • Harold Whitmore Smith appointed electrical engineer to Federal Department of Home Affairs, 187
      • registration of Adelaide graduates as legally qualified medical practitioners, 32
      • classics scholarship at Oxford to Oswald Rischbieth, 40
      • Clara S H Kleinschmidt progresses at Royal college of Music, 40
      • success in Vienna of Maude Mary Puddy, pianist, 40
      • Donald Campbell to represent Australia at Imperial Trade Commission, 45
      • Mr Justice G J R Murray appointed judge in Supreme Court, 51
      • graduates admitted to the Bar, 94
      • Martha Bruggeman sings in London, 100
      • Harold Giles leaves for England to study for missionary work in China, 100
      • Muriel Cheek honoured at Gawler, 101
      • Paper on differential equations by T A Le Messurier, MA, BSc, 102
      • L Glasson, receives Doctor of Science degree at Cambridge, 111
      • ordination of A C Stevens, 114
      • Emily Dorothea Proud passes examination at Adelaide School for Mothers, 115
      • graduation of Eric Goyne Stephens, 122
      • E E Cleland appointed Kings Council, 124
      • Trudinger brothers leave for Sudan United Mission, 147
      • Dr C Yeatman appointed medical superintendent of Adelaide Hospital, 151
      • Harold Smith comments on life in America, 154
      • A J Hannan appointed Assistant Parliamentary Draughtsman, 163
      • Frederick Balfour Schultz appointed third associate of the Supreme Court, 170
      • Arthur H Howard departs for Oxford University for post-graduate studies, 186
      • Oswald Rischbieth performs well in rowing at Oxford, 198
      • Harold Whitmore Smith returns from United States, 146, 147
      • T Brailsford Robertson discusses his research on cancer, 197, 198
      • research by B Whitington on skipping of stones on water, 41, 41a, 41b, 42
      • Mr Justice Murray presents his Commission, 63, 64
      • travels of Dr W T Hayward and promotion of Dr May Moffatt to Tasmania, 294
      • A E Dawkins awarded Victorian Government research scholarship, 390
      • Letter's Patent, 238a
    • Graduation ceremonies,
      • reports of Commemoration Day ceremonies, 31, 32, 123, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 282
      • special ceremony for conferring degrees to three candidates, 172a, 172b
      • dates for commemoration, 256, 275
      • Governor's story at commemoration ceremony, 277
      • governor's speech at commemoration ceremony, 279, 280
      • editorial praising address by Governor, Sir Day Bosanquet, at commemoration ceremony 283
      • special congregation for graduations to be held in Prince of Wales Theatre, 397
      • special congregation for graduations held in Prince of Wales Theatre, 400
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • biographical details of professor of physics, 407, 414, 415
    • Greek, Study of
      • Greek to count as two subjects in matriculation, 190
    • Grounds,
      • use of Exhibition grounds for University, 103, 366
      • plans for expansion of university onto land from Police Barracks, Destitute Asylum, Jubilee Oval, 145, 147
      • area gifted by Peter Waite for agricultural education and research, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246
      • University land needs, 270
  • H

  • I

    • Indigenous issues,
  • J

    • John Bagot Botany Scholarship,
      • founding of scholarship by Senate, 116
    • John Creswell Scholarship,
      • Senate passes resolutions regarding John Creswell Scholarships, 269
      • applications invited, 283, 284
      • conditions for the scholarship, 284
    • Joseph Fisher Lecture,
      • bequest of ₤1000 from Mr Joseph Fisher for establishment of biennial lecture in commerce, 53
      • donation of ₤25 from Chamber of Commerce for establishment of biennial lecture in commerce, 53
      • report of first of biennial lectures given by H Y Braddon, 54
      • Hon D J Gordon, MLC, to give lecture for 1914, 290
  • K

    • Kennedy, A L,
      • returns from Antarctica, 170
  • L

    • Land holdings
      • plans for expansion of university onto land from Police Barracks, Destitute Asylum, Jubilee Oval, 145, 147
      • map and photograph of area gifted by Mr Peter Waite for agricultural education and research, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246
      • University land needs, 270
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • examination results, 22, 28, 33
      • arguments against women lawyers, 8
      • admission of candidates to Bar, 54, 177
    • Leases,
      • question in Parliament regarding leases of university blocks at Tatiara, 4
    • Lectures,
      • lecture tour by Miss Mary Proctor, daughter of Richard A Proctor; Astronomer, 7, 67
    • Legislation,
      • Female Practitioner (Legal) Bill, 4, 8
      • bill to amend Adelaide University Act, 5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30
      • budget for School of Mines, 21
      • defeat of amendment to University Bill about agreement between University and School of Mines, 32
      • editorial on Education Commission Report in preparation for comprehensive Education Bill, 98
      • Places of Public Entertainment Bill, 118, 133
  • M

    • Madigan, Mr Cecil Thomas, 178, 343, 345, 357
    • Maughan, Milton Moss, 155, 382, 389
    • Mawson, Dr Douglas
      • qualifications questioned, 3
      • Aurora arrives in Hobart, 4
      • expedition preparation and purposes, 7, 8, 9, 10
      • expedition leaves, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25
      • wireless telegraphy arrangements for Antarctic Expedition, 16
      • part of expedition personnel on Toria, 27
      • Prof George Cockburn Henderson on the expedition, 46
      • progress of Antarctic expedition, 47, 49
      • landing at Shackleton Glacier, 50
      • lack of news from expedition, 69
      • arrival of Aurora in Dunedin, 74
      • damage to Aurora, 97
      • wireless messages from Antarctic Expedition, 105, 122, 160a, 160b, 161, 162, 163, 171, 173, 175, 183, 184, 190, 262
      • early reports of activities of Antarctic expedition, 112, 119
      • expedition return, 146, 261
      • eaths of Lieut Ninnis and Dr Mertz in Antarctic Expedition, 155, 156, 157, 158a, 158b, 159, 161, 162, 325, 326, 328, 329, 333
      • seeks extended leave of absence, 163, 173
      • accounts of how Mawson was left in Antarctic, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 261
      • interviews with Captain Davis, captain of the Aurora, 168, 174a, 174b, 175, 176, 199, 306, 307, 326, 327
      • Antarctic perils, 170
      • research outcomes of the expedition, 175, 176, 177, 189, 307, 329, 330
      • tribute to Mawson from Royal Geographical Society, 176
      • Prof Edgeworth David on results of expedition, 177
      • Earl Curzon, President of Royal Geographical Society, on expedition, 187, 189
      • relief fund for expedition, 199, 214
      • Prime Minister sympathetic on funding for relief of party, 215
      • Aurora to leaves to relieve expedition, 256, 259, 260, 262
      • party returns to South Australia, 302, 303, 304, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 334
      • interviews with, 305, 306, 319, 320, 327, 328, 329, 330
      • account of passage of Aurora up Port River with Mawson's party aboard, 307
      • editorial comment on the expedition, 313, 321, 322, 336, 347
      • welcome by the University, 329, 332, 336, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 349, 357, 358
      • explanations for lack of wireless communications from Antarctic in summer, 330
      • dogs used in expedition, 332, 340, 363
      • pening of Aurora, 332, 336, 340, 341, 363
      • full narrative of his party's Antarctic expedition, 333, 334, 335, 335a
      • brief biography, 335a
      • comments on expedition and findings by Sir Ernest Shackleton, 340, 387, 388, 389, 390
      • Professor Orme Masson, of Australian Association for the Advancement of Science, interviewed about scientific work of Antarctic expedition, 340, 347
      • brief return to Adelaide University, 383
      • public welcome at Town Hall for Mawson party, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365
      • anecdotes from Antarctic expedition, 360
      • party welcomed by Australasian Society for Advancement of Science and Royal Society, 365
      • arrives in Melbourne, 366, 387
      • arriage to Miss Paquita Delprat in Melbourne, 368, 388
      • account of emergency food and burial services in Antarctic, 368
      • welcomed in Sydney, 370
      • account of last days of Antarctic expedition, 388
      • work applauded by article in British Australasian, 389
      • arrival in London, 395
      • welcomed in Naples, 396
      • granted audience with the King, 400
      • plans for national and overseas lecture tours, 425, 426
      • knighted in King's Birthday Honours, 427, 428, 429, 430
      • returning from London on steamer Omrah, 433
    • Mayo, Dr Helen, 264
    • Medicine, Faculty of,
      • unable to find applicant for surgeon in Royal Australian Navy, 66
      • coroner’s criticism of training of surgeons, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183
    • Mertz, Dr Zavier, 155, 156, 157, 161, 162, 325, 328, 329, 331, 333
    • Mitchell, Professor William, 44, 341
    • Moyes, Morton H, 170
    • Murray, George John Robert, 51, 52
    • Music, Certificate of,
      • issue to teachers who pass prescribed examinations, 426
    • Music, School of,
      • see also Elder Conservatorium,
      • Registrar announces date of resumption, 42
      • numbers of students enrolled, 43
      • re-commencement of classes with new staff, 43
      • Dr E. Harold Davies leaves for Western Australia to conduct examinations, 105
      • W Laver represents Victorian and Queensland Universities at annual conference on public music examinations, 395
    • Musical productions,
      • concerts by Heinicke Orchestra to be in Exhibition Hall, 174a, 174b
  • N

  • O

    • Observatory,
      • establishment of observatory, 97
  • P

    • Peake, Mr, 346
    • Priestly, E, 175
    • Policies and procedures,
      • Council decides to omit public holidays for accession of King and birthday of Prince of Wales, 117
    • Prince Alfred College,
      • F Chapple, headmaster, recovering from illness, 427
      • welcome for Cecil Thomas Madigan and Percy E Correll, 358
    • Prizes and awards,
      • changes in regulations, 117
      • Conservatorium Prizes for 1911, 20
      • winners of Robert Whinham prize, 24
      • prizes awarded on Commemoration Day, 31
      • ₤500 donated for John Bagot Prize in School of Botany and Forestry, 41, 41a, 41b
      • Doctor of Laws to be conferred on Right Hon James Bryce, 76
      • Walter Howchin receives a portion of Lyell Geological Fund, 296
      • Bundey Prize, 122, 199
      • Robert Badger and Albert James Hannan recommended for Stow Prize, 113
      • Thomas Price Scholarship awarded to Arthur Harrison Edward Watson, 140
      • Oxford University Nathan Whitley scholarship awarded to Mr T Gordon Robertson, 155
      • foundation of Tinline scholarships mentioned by Murray, 52
    • Proud, Emily Dorothea, 43, 122, 184
    • Public lectures,
      • see also lectures, extension lectures
      • Professor William Mitchell lectures on "Christianity and Industrial Questions", 44
      • Right Hon James Bryce at Sydney University, 73
      • debate on claim by Professor Jethro Brown of waning of church influence on moral education, 191b, 193, 194, 195
      • lecture in Sydney in aid of Mawson relief fund, 214
      • Professor William Jethro Brown to lecture on Syndicalism, 264
      • Professor Jethro Brown on "The growing responsibilities of the teacher", 191, 191b, 192, 194, 195, 196
      • Professor David Starr Jordan on ‘War and Manhood’, 374
      • interview and lecture by Professor David Starr Jordan, of World Peace Foundation, 375, 376, 377, 378
  • R

    • Registrar,
    • Regulations,
      • notice to amend regulations to ensure Chancellor is elected for 5 years, 49
      • new regulations discussed about Bachelor degrees in Engineering, Science, Music, 94
      • change to regulations about government bursaries to University, 97
      • executive approves changes to Angas Engineering and Elder scholarships, 113
      • new regulations for Bachelor of Science, 173
    • Rennie, Prof Edward Henry, 69
    • Research,
      • Walter Howchin, geologist, returns from visit to New Zealand, 45
      • discovery of synthetic rubber by Professor W H Perkin at Victoria University, 68
      • chemistry student, Hedley Finlayson, injured in explosion while investigating explosive materials, 186
      • Prof Edward Henry Rennie states experiment causing recent injury to student was unauthorised, 187
      • Thorburn Brailsford Robertson discusses his research on cancer, 197, 198
      • Prof George Cockburn Henderson to research archives in Europe, 264
    • Residential colleges,
    • Rhodes Scholarship,
      • quality of Rhodes Scholars from South Australia, 163, 177
      • Cecil Thomas Madigan, 3, 4, 171, 177, 366, 367, 368
      • Harry Thomson, 189, 190, 199
      • Kenneth Fry, 252
      • Alan Wilson Morey, 274, 275
      • performance of Australasian Rhodes Scholars at Oxford, 172a, 172b, 177, 380
      • query about eventual careers, 186
      • meetings to consider applications, 117, 273
      • Henry Hermann Leopold Adolph Brose, 120, 196
      • statistics of Rhodes Scholars, 172a, 172b
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • Alfred G E Edquist on high school agricultural scholarships, 127
      • mention in report agricultural education initiatives, 40
    • Royal Adelaide Hospital,
      • coroner’s criticism of training of surgeons and hospital practices, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183
    • Ryan, Thomas,
      • on formation of Workers Educational Association, 382
  • S

    • Scholarships,
      • J A Hartley studentships, 8, 17
      • recommendations, 19, 117
      • meeting of Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship committee, 42
      • Emily Dorothea Proud as first Spence Scholarship winner, 43
      • Albert Ray Southwood resigns Edward Spicer Scholarship, 46
      • University studentships, 68
      • amendment to regulation of Government bursaries, 94, 97
      • new regulations for Angas Engineering and Elder scholarships, 94, 113
      • two new music scholarships, 7, 116
      • Alfred G.E. Edquist on high school agricultural scholarships, 127
      • awards of government bursaries, 140
      • scholarships proposed in memory of Alfred Williams and Alexander Clark, 171
      • awarding of studentships, 175
      • competition for George Brookman scholarship, 177
      • new scholarship scheme presented to Victorian State cabinet, 232
      • studentships to be granted for daytime University attendees, 261
      • details of studentships to be granted for evening attendees, 263
      • Thomas Ryan proposes more scholarships for students to attend university, 290
      • query about scholarship for organ playing, 296
      • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize instituted at Elder Conservatorium, 439
      • funding soon available for Cresswell scholarship, 105
    • School of Mines,
      • Premier Verran mentions differences between University and School of Mines, 34
      • defeat of amendment to University Bill regarding agreement between University and School of Mines, 32
      • Port Pirie School of Mines seeks affiliation with Adelaide School of Mines, 151
      • annual closing ceremony, 121a, 121b, 121c
      • concerns about encroachment of University on School of Mines, 25, 26
      • agreement between University and School of Mines on engineering teaching, 27, 30
    • Science, Bachelor of,
      • training in Forestry, 109
      • regulations changed, 173
      • first graduate in Forestry, Ronald George Mckail, 397, 399
      • music certificate to count as one subject, 426
      • resignation of Instructor in Forestry and appointment of new one, 109
    • Senate, University of Adelaide,
      • agenda for meeting, 8
      • reports of meetings, 16, 51, 116, 138, 172a, 172b
      • proposal to ensure Chancellor is elected for five years, 49
      • approves Greek to count as two subjects for matriculation, 190
      • meeting to elect members, including first female nominee, 264
      • Professor Jethro Brown refers to Senate in discourse on "Democratising the University", 1, 2
      • interview with T A Caterer, Clerk of Senate, about achievements of University, 265, 266
      • letters supporting election of first female member, 268
      • Senate to consider election of first female, 268
      • Professor W Lowrie resigns, 437
      • notice of election to replace retiring Council member, 439
      • institutes certificates of competence for music teachers, 116
    • Shackleton, Sir Ernest,
      • comments about Douglas Mawson and his Antarctic expedition, 340, 387, 388, 389, 390
      • Members of Mawson’s expedition to join Shackleton’s Trans-Antarctic expedition, 367
    • South Australian Royal Commission on Education,
    • St Alban Scholarship,
      • applications invited, 144
    • Staff,
      • question asked about appointment of government geologist, 17
      • criticism of appointment of Rev Walter Howchin and Dr Douglas Mawson, 3
      • controversy about the credentials of Dr H Basedow, 5, 7
      • Bryceson Treharne leaves Elder Conservatorium for London, 32
      • Walter Howchin returns from research visit, 45
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor speaks in Scarborough, 45
      • death of former staff member, James Bernard Allen, 46
      • H J Priest, former acting Professor of Mathematics, meets Professor Ernst-Carrol, 111
      • Professor T G B Osborn and his wife admitted to Bachelors of Science, 122
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor comments on the Imperial University Conference, 125
      • Christian faith of some Adelaide professors noted, 213
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor elected as a Vice President of the British Classical Association, 213
      • Professor Edward Charles Stirling, Honorary Director of Adelaide Museum, honoured by Public Library Board, 185, 186
      • hopes that Frederick Bevan will retain some connection with the Conservatorium, 4, 5
      • interview with Frederick Bevan, 293, 294
      • death of Samuel Ellis, caretaker, 413
    • State Government,
      • discussions on appointment of government geologist, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 17, 34, 46
      • correspondence against the Female Practitioner (Legal) Bill, 8
      • discussion about appointment of Professor of Botany, 17
      • question about resignation of Inspector Jordan, 20
      • debate on budget for Education Department, 21
      • Education Commission on governance of Education Department, 28
      • future appointments of government geologist, 30, 33
      • election of 2 members of Legislative Council to University Council, 33
      • election of 3 members to Council by House of Assembly, 34
      • resignation of government geologist, H Y L Brown, 34
      • state government resigns and is replaced by opposition, 42
      • election to be held for replacement representative on University Council, 43
      • meeting of Education Commission, 46
      • A Williams criticises census education statistics, 68
      • Minister congratulates Sir John Duncan, 68, 68a
      • government funds sought to repair Aurora, 97
      • NSW Director of Education foresees free university study, 100
      • proposed changes to North Terrace impacting on university, 102, 103, 104a, 104b, 260
      • exemption proposed for University, Places of Public Entertainment Bill, 118
      • E E Cleland appointed Kings Counsel, 124
      • Chancellor speaks about Mr Peake, parliamentarian, 147
      • need for government action on death of Alfred Williams, Director of Education, 154
      • pressures on Director of Education position, 154
      • M M Maughan appointed Acting Director of Education, 155
      • A J Hannan appointed Assistant Parliamentary Draughtsman, 163
      • premier asked to appoint lady inspectors, 177
      • readings of Places of Public Entertainment Bill, 6, 215, 216, 229
      • question in Parliament about Education Commission's Report, 233
      • death of Hon Sir John Duncan, MLC, 236, 237, 238, 239
      • Sir John Downer selected for University Council, 252, 253
      • criticism of proposal in Education Commission, 256
      • editorial criticising delays in Supreme Court judgements, 7
      • subsidy sought to match anonymous gift for University, 138, 139, 140
      • bill to Amend Adelaide University Act, 16, 17, 18, 19
      • appointment of Mr L K Ward as government geologist, 19, 20
      • Legislative Council nomination to University Council, 250, 251, 257, 258
      • list of state governors and their terms, 300
      • South Australian Royal Commission on Education report, 371, 372, 373
      • M M Maughan addresses Unley High School students, 389
      • Workers Educational Association seeks grant, 416, 419, 422, 425
      • increased funding sought for University, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424
      • question about creation of Chair of Botany, 433
      • approach by George Brookman to have interminable stock made terminable, 72
      • Executive Council sanctions statutes made by Senate, 125
      • leader of Labor Party approves foundation of Workers Educational Association, 382
    • Stow Prize,
      • Robert Badger and Albert James Hannan recommended for, 113
    • Student statistics,
      • students enrolled at Conservatorium, 43
    • Students,
      • noisy students, 94
      • difficulties and expenses incurred by country students, 232
      • welcome for Cecil Thomas Madigan and Percy E Correll, 357
      • reply to criticism of University students fruit picking, 369
    • Study leave,
  • T

    • Teacher training,
      • syllabus on teaching ethics in schools, 99
      • teacher responsibilities, 191a
    • Thomas Price Scholarship,
      • awarded to Arthur Harrison Edward Watson, 140
    • Tinline scholarships,
      • mention of their foundation, by Mr Justice G J R Murray, 52
  • U

    • Universities, other,
      • foundation of British Columbia University, Vancouver, Canada, 33
      • Columbia University, 41, 41a, 41b
      • "quack" university teaching drugless therapy, 41, 41a, 41b
      • Perth University, 42, 46, 65, 98
      • Melbourne University, 62, 67, 69, 71, 74, 98, 105, 109, 163, 170, 217, 252, 259, 391, 397, 432
      • universities urged to include commercial education, 64
      • Calcutta University, 66
      • Victoria University, 68
      • Sydney University, 68, 68a, 111, 114
      • Queensland University, 73, 144, 413
      • passage money reduced to assist exchange of professors, 95
      • University of Western Australia, 97, 100, 104a, 104b, 117, 124, 140, 232, 233, 440
      • Edinburgh University, 102
      • proposal by Oxford and Cambridge University to make degree conferral dependent on military training, 155, 160a, 160b
      • Prof Michael Sadler of Leeds University on education, 162
      • University of London, 175
      • Institute of Tropical Medicine at Townsville, 196
      • Morton H Moyes appointed headmaster of University Coaching College, Sydney, 199
      • Professor Henry Darnley Naylor visits Oxford, Cambridge Universities, 160a, 160b, 161
      • proposal to establish Chair of Tropical and Semi-tropical Agriculture, 173
      • need for residential facilities for universities, 192, 193
      • Wellington University, 294
    • University Act,
      • discussions between School of Mines and University, 21, 25, 27, 30, 32
      • election of two members to Council by Legislative Council, 33, 34
      • bill to amend Act, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 30
      • representatives from State Government on University Council, 42, 43
      • Letter's Patent, 238a
    • University colleges,
      • see residential colleges
    • University Economic Society,
    • University Society of Commerce,
      • annual general meeting, 65, 189
    • University Sports Association,
      • annual general meeting, 49
      • ball to raise funds for, 67
  • V

  • W

    • Waite, Peter
    • Warden of the Senate,
      • impending retirement of F Chapple, 113
    • Watson, Prof Archibald,
      • returns from visiting world medical sites, 47
    • Way, Lady
    • Way, Sir Samuel,
    • Weston, Mrs Kate Helen, 120
    • Williams, Alfred,
    • Women,
      • two ladies on Senate of University of Western Australia, 100
      • interview with Mrs Mansbridge, about education of women, 7, 223
      • arguments against women law students, 8
    • Workers Education Association,
      • spread from Britain to Australia, 197
      • Adelaide Branch formed, 381, 382, 390
      • constitution, 258
      • Prof Meredith Atkinson, Hon Secretary to WEA in Australia, 370, 375, 379, 380, 387, 397, 398, 399
      • Professor Jethro Brown on interview with Professor Meredith Atkinson, 381
      • comments by Mr Thomas Ryan, 382
      • Trades and Labour Council considers the new constitution, 388, 389
      • Albert Mansbridge to speak in Adelaide, 218, 219, 220
      • interview with Mrs Mansbridge about education of women, 224
      • Albert Mansbridge on adult education, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 244, 248, 249, 250, 251
      • meeting of central council, 400, 401
      • progress in Adelaide, 401, 412, 416, 417, 418, 419
      • deputation to State Government for a grant, 416, 419, 422, 425
      • university tutorial classes established, 425
      • Albert Mansbridge on his recent visit to Australia, 369, 374, 375
      • proposal for first lectures, 432
      • Professor G V Portus to lecture, 437, 440, 441
    • Whitington, Sylvia