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Date.

Donor.

Amount.

Object of Foundation,

8. d.

£ 1888 John Harris, Esq.

1.000 0 0 Scholarship-In the Faculty of Medicine. Lady Renwick

202 0 0! For a Window in the Medical School, in

memory of her late father,
P. S. Jones, Esq., M.D). 220 0 0
G. Bennett, Esq., M.D. 140 0 0

For Windows in the Medical School. 1889 The Trustees of the 290 10 1 Scholarship-For Sons of Officers of the Council of Education

1

Department of Public InScholarship Fund.

struction. John Harris, Esq. ... 120 00 For a Window in the Medical School, in

memory of the late Dr. Harris. F. J. Horner, Esq., 200 0 0 Exhibition - In Mathematics,

M.A.
1890 The Trustees of the 2,000 0 0 Scholarship-In History.

Will of the Hon. John
Frazer, M.L.C.
George Bennett, Esq.,

· John Gould's Works on Ornithology. M.D. 1891 William Grahame, Esq. 100 0 0 Annual Prize-- In the Senior Public Exami

nation. 1892 Rev. R. Collie, F.L.S... 100 0 0 Annual Prize- For Botany. 1896 P. N. Russell, Esq. 50,000 0 0 For the endowment of the P. N. Russell

School of Engineering. 1898

Thomas Garton, Esq. 2,050 00 Scholarships--In French and German. 1900 Henry Wait, Esq. 1,000 0 0

Bursary-In the Faculty of Medicine. Mrs. George Harris 1,700 0 0 Scholarship-In the Faculty of Law. Cecil Darley, Esq.

| An Astronomical Equatorial Telescope and

Accessories.

A LIST OF DONATIONS TO THE LIBRARY,

APRIL, 1900, TO MARCH, 1901.

Two hundred and twenty-three (223) Volumes of His Majesty's Stationery

Office Publications, as follows :--102 Calendars of State Papers,
11 Acts of the Privy Council of England, 36 Chronicles and
Memorials of England, 11 Record Commission Publications, 38
Scottish Record Publications, 9 Irish Record Publications, 16

Miscellaneous Volumes.
Nineteen Specimens of Educational Publications by Messrs. MacMillan

and Co., eleven by Messrs. Bell and Co., five by Messrs. Hachette

and Co.
Calendars and other Publications by the following Universities, &c. :-

Aberdeen, Adelaide, Allahabad, Bombay, Brown (Providence),
Calcutta, Cambridge, Canterbury College (Christchurch), Chicago,
Columbia (New York), Dalhousie (Halifax), Durham (College of
Medicine), Edinburgh, Evanston, Glasgow, Grenoble, Harvard
(Cambridge), Iowa, Japan (Tokyo), Johns Hopkins (Baltimore),
King's College (London), London, Lyon, Melbourne, Michigan,
New York, North Wales (Bangor), Owen's College (Manchester),
Panjab (Lahore), Royal College of Surgeons (London), Royal
University of Ireland, St. Andrews, Syracuse, Torino, Toronto,
Trinity College (London), University College (Liverpool), Victoria

(Manchester).
Proceedings, Transactions, &c., from the following Societies, &c. :

Australian Museum, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze,
British Museum, Cambridge Philosophical Society, Chicago Academy
of Sciences, Clinical Society of London, Institute of Chemistry
(London), Institute of Civil Engineers (London), John Rylands
Library (Manchester), Linnean Society of N. S. Wales, New
Zealand Institute, Pathological Society of London, Royal Colonial
Institute (London), Royal Irish Academy (Dublin), Royal Societies
of Canada, Dublin, Edinburgh, London, N. S. Wales, Queensland,
South Australia, and Victoria; St. Bartholomew's Hospital (London),
Smithsonian Institution (Washington), S. African Philosophical

Society, Volta Bureau (Washington).
Publications of the Archæological Survey and Meteorological Department of

India; Bureau of Education, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Department of Agriculture and Geological Survey of United States;

Geological Survey of Minnesota. Acts of the Parliament of Victoria and Report of the Minister of Public

Instruction, by the Government of Victoria.

Meteorological Observations, 1897, by the Government Astronomer of S.

Australia. Report of the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, by the Government

Astronomer of S. Africa. Publications of the Government of N. S. Wales, by the Government of

N. S. Wales. Records of the Sydney Observatory, by the Government Astronomer. Books, &c., were presented by Lady Meux, J. H. Nolan, Esq., B.A., R. T.

Slee, Esq., B.E., Professor Anderson Stuart, John Tebbutt, Esq.,

Dr. Henry Wilde, J. Bowie Wilson, Esq., B.E.
Bulletin des Sciences Mathématiques par le Ministre de l'Instruction Publique.
Books, &c., were presented to the Library in terms of the “Copyright Act,

1879,” by the Anglo-Australian Publishing Co., the Australian
Song Publishing Co., Messrs. Angus & Robertson, F. H. Booth, L.
Bruck, Mrs. J. Dibben, Messrs. A. Gehde, Glen & Co., Gordon &
Gotch, Hayes Bros., Dr. Hodgson, Kealy & Philip, Nicholson & Co.,
W. H. Paling & Co., G. Robertson & Co., S. A. Rosa, John Sands,
J. Slater, A. Stannard, and the publishers of Australasian Inde-
pendent, Australasian Medical Gazette, Australasian United Service
Gazette, Australian Field, Australian Photographic Journal, Courier
Australien, Dawn, Deutsch-Australische Post, Hall's Mercantile
Gazette, Journal of the Institute of Bankers, N.S.W. Educational
Gazette, Nepean Times, N.S.W. Railway Budget, The Review,
Sands' Sydney and Suburban Directory, Science, Sydney Daily
Telegraph, Sydney Diocesan Directory, Sydney Mail, Sydney
Morning Herald, Stock and Station Journal, Trade Protection
Institute Reports, Witness, Year Book of Australia.

REPORT

OF THE

SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

FOR THE

YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1900.

1. The Senate of the University of Sydney, in pursuance of the provisions of section 16 (1) of the “University and University Colleges Act, 1900," has the honour to transmit the account of its proceedings during the year 1900, for the information of His Excellency the Governor and the Executive Council.

Matriculation. 2. The number of persons who qualified themselves for Matriculation in 1900 by passing one of the various University Examinations was 280. Of these, 95 passed the ordinary Matriculation Examination, 109 the Junior Public Examination, 23 the Law Matriculation Examination, 38 the Senior Public Examination, and 15 the Entrance Examination for Law, Medicine and Science. The number of students actually admitted to Matriculation, with a view to proceeding with the curriculum in one of the various Faculties, was 133.

Annual Unirersity Examinations. 3. The number of students who attended and passed the annual examinations in December, 1899, and March, 1900, after attending the prescribed courses of lectures, is shown in the following table :

FACULTY OF ARTS.

First Year Examination
Second Year Examination
Third Year Examination

:::

Candidates,

85 43 45

Passed.

62 34 42

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In addition to the students passing through the regular curriculum, 9 evening students and students of special subjects passed examinations in individual subjects, after attendance upon the prescribed lectures.

FACULTY OF LAW.

Candidates. Passed. Intermediate Examination

13 Final Examination

8 FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

Candidates. Passed. First Year Examination

35

30 Second Year Examination

30

26 Third Year Examination

27

22 Fourth Year Examination

37

30 Fifth Year Examination

25

20 FACULTY OF SCIENCE.

Candidates. Passed. First Year Examination

1

1 Second Year Examination

8 Third Year Examination

2

2 FACULTY OF SCIENCE-DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.

Candidates. Passed. First Year Examination

32

21 Second Year Examination - Civil

2 Mining

10

7 Third Year Examination-Civil

1

1 Mining

10

7 In the Faculty of Science and the Department of Engineering eleven students of special subjects passed in the final examinations of their subjects.

8

Two students seeking a qualification in Pharmacy who had attended the University lectures in 1899 gained certificates in Botany and Chemistry respectively.

Attendance at Lectures. 4. The following table shows the number of students who attended Lectures in the several Faculties :Faculty of Arts (day), 185; (evening), 39; total

224 Faculty of Law

34 Faculty of Medicine

193 Faculty of Science

19 Faculty of Science-Department of Engineering Pharmacy Students ..

21

92

583

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