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ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE FOUNDATION CASH BALANCES

NAME OF FOUNDATION.

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Levey Scholarship...
Barker Scholarships
Deas-Thomson Scholarships
Wentworth Prize Medal
Cooper Scholarships
Salting Exhibition
Wentworth Fellowship
Lithgow Scholarship
Nicholson Medal
Earl Belmore Medal
John Fairfax Prizes
Maurice Alexander Bursary
Levey and Alexander Bursary
John West Prize
Ernest Manson Frazer Bursary
John Ewan Frazer Bursary
W. C. Wentworth Bursury, No. 1
W. C. Wentworth Bursary, No. 2
W.C. Wentworth Bursary, No. 3
Burdekin Bursary
Hunter-Baillie Bursaries
J. B. Watt Exhibitions
Renwick Scholarship
Bowman-Cameron Scholarship
Hovell Lectureship
George Allen Scholarship
Freemasons' Scholarship
J. G. Raphael Foundation
James Aitken Scholarship
Thomas Walker Bursaries
G. Wigram Allen Scholarship
Struth Exhibition
Fisher Estate
Fisher Estate Building Account
Norbert Quirk Prize
Smith Prize
Badham Bursary
Slade Prizes
Caird Scholarship
James King of Irrawang Travelling Scholarship

Bursary
Macleny 'Curatorship
John Harris Scholarship
Horner Exhibition
Council of Education Scholarship
Frazer Scholarship
Grahame Prize Medal
Collie Prize
Woolley Scholarship
P. N. Russell Fund

Sinking Fund
Garton Scholarships
Henry Wait Bursary
George and Matilda Harris Scholarship.
Challis Fund

Special Reserve Fund

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8. d. 1,015 10 8 2.810 17 11 2, 157 17 11

562 13 2 2,813 98

835 10 2 2,213 10 1 2.190 3 11 644 2 10 627 16 9 575 15 4 1.094 17 8 1,122 18 1

216 15 5 1,580 2 7 1,474 19 6 1,00 0 0 1.000 0 0 1,036 4 4 1,040 9 3 2, 426 4 11 3,837 14 8 1,109 16 6

975 0 0 6,025 0 0 1,056 16 9 1,272 10 0

93 16 10 1,175 2 0 5,191 2 5 1.653 9 3 1,211 3 8 12,852 10 28.011 10 2

156 3 8 110 19 2 966 7 1 302 7

2 1,672 16 11 4.432 4 10

1,4995 0 0 1,430 0 0 8000

0 0 1.000 0 0 150

0 70 0 0 735 0 1,335 00 495 0

0 1,000 0 0 275 0

0 120 0

0 1,130 0

0 20 0 0 1.10) 0 0 375 0

0 595 0

0 190 00 375

0 4,930 0 0

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45 00 115 00

50 0 0

47,170 00

64.600 0 0

1,600 0 0

£141,290 7 3

786 4 6 5,99 13 0 1,034 6 1

212 2 3

494 2 0 2,328 16 6

101 18 5
107 7 0

778 16 4 47,479 10 10

745 2 2,121 10 0 1,000 0 0

1,700) 0 0 224,941 3 3 20.027 13 7

6,000 0 0 1,040 0

0 210 0 0 450) 0 0 2.210 0 0 100) 0 0

15 00 880 0 0

745 2 4 2,120 0 0

950 0 0 1,700 0 0 11,720) 0 0 13,830 O 0

4,350)
1.100)

144,255

3,200

£15, 439

£102,796 2 4

£151,155

£110,634 7 10

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UNIVERSITY CLUBS, ETC.

SYDNEY UNIVERSITY UNION.

The object of the Union is the promotion of the mental culture of its members

by Debates, Readings, and such other means as may be determined npon. The meetings are held weekly on Fridays, at the University, or other place as arranged by the Executive Committee. The Professors, Lecturers, and Examiners of the Sydney University are ex officio Honorary Members. All Graduates, Undergraduates, Superior Officers, and all Graduates and Undergraduates of British and Colonial Universities, are eligible for ordinary membership. Except in the case of members of other Universities, the formality of an election is dispensed with. Subscription, 58 per annum. Life Member's subscription, £1 10s.

OFFICE BEARERS FOR 1901.
PRESIDENT—Professor Wilson, M.B., Ch.M.
VICE-PRESIDENT-G. H. Wilson, B.A.
Hon. SECRETARIES–J. H. Nolan, B.A., E. R. Larcombe.
Hon. TREASURER-H. M. Green.

COMMITTEE-R. C. Teece, M.A., D. Wilson, B.A., L. K. Ward, B.A., N. J. Gough, B.A., T. B. Clouston.

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UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY MEDICAL SOCIETY.

The objects of this Society, which was founded in 1885, are the intellectual and social improvement of its members, by lectures, essays, and discussions, in any branch of Medical Science, and by any other means calculated to advance the objects of the Society.

The annual general Meeting is held early in Lent Term. Ordinary general meetings are held twice in Lent Term, three times in Trinity Terin, and once in Michaelmas Term, in the Harveian Theatre. At the last meeting in Trinity Term an address is delivered by some eminent physician or surgeon on some subject of special interest.

All teachers in the Faculty of Medicine are honorary members ex officio. All Students of Medicine, or qualified Medical Practitioners, whose qualifications are recognised by the University of Sydney, are eligible for ordinary membership.

The transactions of the Society, together with other matters of Medical interest, are published in the Society's Journal.

OFFICE BEARERS FOR 1901.

PRESIDENT—F. G. Griffiths, B.A., M.B., Ch.M.

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VICE-PRESIDENTS- -W. F. Burfitt, B.A., M.B., Ch.M., A. H. Macintosh, M.B., Ch.M., E. V. Barling, M.B., Ch.M., D. Wallace, M.A., E. TudorJones.

Hox. SECRETARY-E. C. G. Page.
Hon. TREASURER-St. J. W. Dansey.
Hon. LIBRARIAN—D. A. Cameron, M.B., Ch.M.
Hon. AUDITORS-F. P. Sandes, M.B., Ch.M., J. B. Cleland, M.B., Ch.M.

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE OF THE SOCIETY'S JOURNAL-J. B. Cleland, M.B., Ch.M., H. M. Anderson, B.A., D. Wallace, M.A.

COUNCIL-Five members, one from each year in Medicine.

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SYDNEY UNIVERSITY SPORTS UNION.

The Union has been formed by the amalgamation of the existing Football, Cricket, Boat, Athletic, Tennis and Lacrosse Clubs. Such other Clubs as may from time to time be approved by the Committee shall be admitted.

Membership is open to Graduates of this University and of other recognised Universities, to all Undergraduates proceeding to degrees, and to such matriculated students as shall have attended at least one year of lectures.

Annual Subscription--For active members, £22s. ; ladies, £1 ls.; Honorary Members, £l is.; Life Active Members, £15 158. ; Life Honorary Members, £10 10s. Honorary Members are not entitled to use any of the Sports Union materials nor make use of the Oval.

OFFICE BEARERS FOR. 1901-2.
PATRON—The Hon. H. N. MacLaurin, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Chancellor.
PRESIDENT-A. H. Uther, B.A.

VICE-PRESIDENTS-Professor Pollock, H. E. Barff, M.A., J. T. Walker, H. M. Faithfull, M.A., Judge Backhouse, M.A., C. H. Helshain, B.A., E. W. Knox, S. D. Tozer, B.A., F. G. Griffiths, B.A., M.B., Ch.M.

COMMITTEE- The Committee consists of Delegates from the constituent clubs, viz.: C. B. Cameron, A. G. M. Pitt, A. G. de L. Arnold, D. B. Corfe, W. B. Dight, J. M. MacEncroe, H. Marks, L. 0. S. Poidevin, B.A., H. O. Lethbridge, J. Woodburn, A. D. Fischer, L. W. Bond,

Hon. TREASURERS—H. F. Maxwell, B.A., H. M. Stephen, B.A. (graduates), E. J. Gregson, H. A. Jones (undergraduates).

Hon. SECRETARY-St. A. W. L. McDowall.

GROUNDS COMMITTEE-H. D. Wood, B.A., LL.B. (Chairman), H. A. Jones, H. F. Maxwell, B.A., H. M. Stephen, B.A., St. A. W. L. McDowall (Hon. Secretary).

UNIVERSITY BOAT CLUB.

All members of the Sports Union are members of ļthe Boat Club. The boat shed of the Club stands on the Western side of Woolloomooloo Bay, next to the Corporation baths.

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