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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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35 30

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
FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

Candidates. Passed,
First Year Examination

30 Second Year Examination

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 Second Year Examination Third Year Examination

2

2 FACULTY OF SCIENCE-DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.

Candidates. Passed. First Year Examination

32

21 Second Year Examination-Civil

4

2 Mining

10

7 Third Year Examination-Civil

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.

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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 - Departinent of Engineering Pharmacy Students..

21

92

583

Included are 62 women who attended in the Faculty of Arts, 1 in Law, 14 in Medicine, 3 in Science, and 1 in Pharmacy ; total, 81.

The above total number also includes 53 non-matriculated students.

5. The following degrees were conferred after examina

tion:

Master of Arts (M.A.) :-George Edward Brown, Elisabeth Ada

Lance, George Washington Waddell, Ainslie Arthur Yeates.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) :-Margaret Anne Bailey, William

Johnstone Binns, Charles Packenham Buchanan, Patrick
James Butler, Stanley William Beauchamp Butler, Ella
Carlile - Thomas, Francis George Clark, Ada Maitland
Eldridge, Catherine Isabella Fell, Dora Alice Gillam,
Norman Sohn Gough, Robert Henry Grieve, Ada Henry,
James Henry Fraser Hill, George Thomas Hutchison,
Eustace Mézières de Lepervanche, William Henry McCook,
William Colin Scott McLintock, Henry Edward Manning,
Ernest Northcroft Merrington, Isaiah Mutton, Alice Isabel
Newsham, John Henry Monteith Nolan, Leslie Oswald
Sheridan Poidevin, Reginald Norman Robson, Sarah Mabel
Roseby, Florence Marian Rutherford, George Washington
Rutherford, Alexander Sadler, Thomas Stanley Saywell,
Caroline Maude Scrutton, Muriel Eulalie Bingham Sheridan,
Ethel Ella Small, Henry Montagu Stephen, Harold Augustus
Studds, Emily May Turner, Mary Handfield Uther, Leonard
Keith Ward, Edith Annie West, Gwendolene Lilian Wilson,

Edward Nowill Wilton, James Young.
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.):--Charles Craig, Walter George

Forsyth, Ernest Meyer Mitchell, William Willis Monahan,
Charles Noel Derwent Richardson, Reginald Sullivan, Ernest

William Warren.
Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.):--Walter Fitzmaurice Burfitt,

Stephen Bruce Burge, Hugh Busby, John Burton Cleland,
Albert George Corbin, William Otto Heldmuth Eichler,
Robert Hardman, Walter Eli Harris, Harry Glennie Holmes,
Aubrey Arthur King, Geoffrey John Lees, John Joseph Stuart
McEvoy, George McLean, William Thomas Joseph Newton,
George Greensil Old, Eric Oxbaldiston Pockley, James
Martin Roe, Edmund Rupert Roseby, Charles James Taylor,
Francis William West, James Eric Vernon Barling, Donald
Allan Cameron, Harrie Cox, John Northcote Deck, William
Joseph Durack, Mabel Jessie Graham, Frederick Guy
Griffiths, Lucy Edith Gullett, Basil Lloyd Hart, Rupert
Dufty Heggaton, Philip Sydney James, Reginald William
Maffey, William Reath Olver, James Wright Paton, Edward
Joseph Savage, Sydney Manton Verco.

Master of Surgery (Ch.M.):-Walter Fitzmaurice Burfitt, Hugh
Busby, John Burton Cleland, Alfred George Corbin, William
Otto Heldmuth Eichler, Walter Eli Harris, Harry Glennie
Holmes, Aubrey Arthur King, George McLean, William
Woodburn Stevens, Charles James Taylor, Hedley Terrey,
Francis William West, Sydney Manton Verco.

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.):-John Edmund Francis D'Apice,
John Percival Vissing Madsen.

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.): Civil Engineering: Roger
William Hercules Hawken, William Poole. Mining and
Metallurgy Lionel Clive Ball, Reginald Frederick Barker,
Charles George Gibson, Clements Frederick Vivian Jackson,
Selwyn Robert Mort, William Poole, Gustavus Athol
Waterhouse.

6. The total number of degrees conferred during the year was as follows:-M.A., 4; B.A., 42; LL.B., 7; M.B., 36; Ch.M., 14; B.Sc., 2; B.E., 9. Total, 114.

7. The degrees conferred by the University from its foundation to the end of 1900 are:-M.A., 273; B.A., 1030; LL.D., 23; LL.B., 85; M.D., 38; M.B., 192; Ch.M., 126; B.Sc., 34; M.E., 3; B.E., 65. Total, 1,869.

Honours at Degree Examinations.

8. The following honours were awarded at Degree Examinations :

FACULTY OF ARTS.

M.A. Examination.

SCHOOL OF MODERN HISTORY-Class I.:-R. C. Teece, B.A. (University Medal). Class II. :-Elisabeth A. Lance, B.A. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS-Class II. :-D. T. Sawkins, B. A.

B.A. Examination.

LATIN-Class I.-R. N. Robson, J. H. F. Hill, prox. acc.
Class II.-Margaret A. Bailey, I. Mutton. Class III. :—
Mary H. Uther, N. J. Gough, E. Ella Small.

GREEK-Class I.-R. N. Robson. Class II.-J. H. F. Hill.
Class III. :-I. Mutton.

MATHEMATICS-Class II.:-H. M. Stephen.

GERMAN-Class I.:-Margaret A. Bailey.

ENGLISH Class I. :-Caroline M. Scrutton. Class III. :-N. J.
Gough.

FRENCH-Class I.:- Margaret A. Bailey, N. J. Gough, Mary H.
Uther. Class III. :-E. Ella Small.

LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY-Class I. :-E. N. Merrington.
Class II. :-Margaret A. Bailey, W. J. Binns. Class III. :-
Dora A. Gillam, Muriel E. B. Sheridan.
HISTORY-Class I. :-Florence

M. Rutherford, Caroline M.
Class II. :-J. H. M. Nolan.

Scrutton, Catherine I. Fell.
GEOLOGY-Class: I.-E. N. Wilton.

FACULTY OF LAW.

LL.B. Examination.

CLASS I.-E. M. Mitchell, B.A. Class II.-W. G. Forsyth,
B.A.

FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

Examination for M.B. and Ch.M.

CLASS I.-W. F. Burfitt, B.A., B.Sc. Class II. :-G. M'Lean.

FACULTY OF SCIENCE.

MATHEMATICS.-Class I. :-J. P. V. Madsen.

PHYSICS.-Class I.:-J. P. V. Madsen.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING-CIVIL ENGINEERING.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, ARCHITECTURE
AND SURVEYING-Class II.: R. W. Hawken.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING-MINING AND METALLURGY.
MINING AND METALLURGY-Class I. :-W. Poole, C. F. V. Jackson,
B.E. (Civil).

Scholarships.

9. The following Scholarships were awarded:—

(a) At the Matriculation Examination.

Aitken Scholarship for General Proficiency-E. M. Wellisch, prox. acc., R.

C. Roe.

Cooper Scholarship, No. II., for Classics-L. H. Allen.

*

Barker Scholarship, No. II., and Horner Exhibition for Mathematics-E. M. Wellisch and R. C. Roe, aq., prox. acc., H. L. Deck, J. N. Griffiths and J. S. Harris, aq., (3).

Lithgow Scholarship for French and German-Margaret Sproule.

(b) At the First Year Examination in Arts.

Garton Scholarship, No. I., for French and German-Hector Wilshire.

(c) At the Second Year Examination in Arts.

Cooper Scholarship, No. I., for Classics-F. A. Todd.

Garton Scholarship, No. II., for French and German-Ina B. H. Armstrong. * Did not comply with the conditions for holding the scholarship.

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