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YEAR.

SUBJECT,

PRIZEMAN,

COLLEGE.

1880 On recently recognized Forms of Mehta, Kavasji Navroji, Grant Medical College,

Diseases in India : their Methods G.G.M.C.
of Introduction, and Suggestions for

their Limitation or Eradication.
1881 Telluric and Climatic Influences on Prize not awarded.

the Production and Modifica tion of

Diseases as witnessed in Bombay.
1882 On the Prevalence of Phthisis in the Ditto

City of Bombay, the extent to which
this is preventible, and the mea.
sures which should be adopted to

ensure that result.
1883 Midwifery practice in India among No Essay received.

the Native Population, with sugges

tions for its improvement.
1884 On the Advantages and Risks attach- Aquino, Thomas Hanni. Ditto.

ing to a system of Water Carriage bal, L.M. & S.
for Sewage in this City and the pro-

per means for obviating the latter.
1885 Is Quarantine of advantage in prevent-Gomes, Luis Paul, B.A.,

Ditto, ing the spread of communicable L.M. & S.

diseases ?
1886 Recent progress in the Microscopic Gomes, Luis Paul, B.A.,

Ditto
Investigation of Disease.

L.M. & S. 1887

Ditto.
On the Different Varieties of Fevers Gomes, Luis Paul, B.A.,

prevalent in Bombay : with sug. L.M. & S.
gestions for their Treatment, pro-

phylactic and curative.
1888 The influence on health and the du- No Essay received.

ration of life of caste or religious

customs as regards food and drink,
1889 On the Influence of Factories on the Ditto,

Health of Bombay, with suggestions
for the protection of Factory hands

and the general public.
1890
On Adulteration of Food in Bombay. Gomes, Luis Paul, B.A., Ditto

L.M. & S.
1891 Infant Mortality in Bombay ; its Kallianvala, Navroji

Ditto,
Causes and Prevention.

Kavasji, L.M. & S. 1892

Ditto,
On the influence of density of popu-Gomes, Luis Paul, B.A.,
lation on the health of Bombay, its L.M. & S.
causes, and suggestion for its control

by the Municipality.
1993 On the origin of the dangerous Fevers No Essay received.

that have lately prevailed in Bombay. 1894

On the causes of the mortality of Prize not awarded.
women during and after child-birth
in India and the practicable means

of either preventing or reducing it.
1895 The causes and types of the different No Essay receivedo

Fevers prevalent in Bombay, espea
cially with reference to the present
drainage of the City, and their treat-

ment. 1896 On the Advantages and Disadvantages Kalapesi, Rustomji Maj Ditto.

of the various modes of disposal of nekji, L.M. & S.

the Dead. 1897 Infant Mortality in Bombay: its No Essay received.

Causes and Prevention. 1898

An account of the recent Plague Prize not awarded.
Epidemic of Bombay, describing the
principal clinical forms of the dis-
ease, its pathology and treatment,
and suggesting means and methods

for the prevention of its spread.
1899 The origin and spread of Zymotic Ditto.

diseases in India and the most
suitable preventive and curative
measures, considering the habits,
modes of living and prejudices of
the Indian people.

YBAR.

SUBJECT.

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE,

1900 Causes of the frequent cases of Diabe- Prize not awarded.

tes among the Natives of India, espe-
cially the Hindus, and consideration of
the question whether the disease is so

dangerous as it was once believed to be. 1901 The Prevalence of Tuberculosis in

India, with special reference to its
Influence upon the Mortality of the
Larger Cities and the Measures that

are applicable for its Arrest.
1902 Infant mortality in Bombay: its Causes

and Prevention.

XXIII.

THE HUGHLINGS PRIZE. In April 1875, the Honorary Secretary to the Hughlings Testimo. nial Fund offered to the University, by the direction of the Committee of that Fund, the sum of Rs. 2,500 in 4 per cent. Government Promis. sory Notes for the

purpose

of founding an annual Prize in memory of the late Professor Ħughlings.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 18th September 1875, the offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Prize will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Prize, to be called "THE HUGHLINGS Prize," consisting of books of the value of Rupees eighty, shall be awarded every year to the Candidate who passes the Previous Examination with the highest marks for proficiency in English.

2. The name of the successful Candidate will be published along with the list of the Candidates who may pass the Previous Examination.

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YEAR.

PRIZEMAN. 1876 Shahani, Dayaram Gidumal 1877 O'Shanahan, Henry Frank 1878 Gomes, Luis Paul C.. 1879 Pereira, Frank Charles 1880 (Apl.) Kelkar, Vasudev Balkrishna 1880 (Dec.) Ajrekar, Keshav Ganesh 1881 Sabnis, Ramchandra Ghanasham 1882

Columbavala, Rastamji Kavasji 1883

Lenahan, Herbert Thomas 1884 Hate, Gajanan Harichandra 1885 Sorabji, Cornelia 1886 Desai, Ramdat Vithoba... 1887

Ali, Adanan Suleman 1888 Abdullabhai Yusufali 1889 DeQuadros, Philip..... 1890 Hosali, Shivling Chanbasappa 1891 Kelkar, Krishnaji Hari.. 1892 Dadachanji, Jehangier Kershaspji 1893 Evans, Mabel Margaret 1894 Payne, Helena Elizabeth 1895 Kamdar, Morarji Mathuradas 1896 Vijayakar, Trimbak Purshottam 1897 Watchmaker, Dadabhai Cavasji 1898

D'Cunha, Cajetan Paul 18.9 Bhide, Mahadev Vishnu 1900 Dalal, Ardeshir Rustomji 1901

Bapat, Purushottam Padmakar

XXIV.

THE JAMES TAYLOR PRIZE.

In December 1875, the Honorary Secretaries to the Taylor Memorial Fund offered to the University, by direction of the Committee of that Fund, the sum of Rupees 2,500 in 4 per cent. Government Promis. sory Notes, for the purpose of founding an annual prize in memory of the late Mr. James Taylor, for six years Registrar of this University.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 18th December 1875, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Prize will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations:

1. A Prize, to be called “THE JAMES TAYLOR Prize, consisting of books of the value of Rupees ninety, shall be awarded annually in connection with the B.A. Examnation, on the following conditions, provided that in 1894 the prize be awarded on the results of both the Second B.A. and B.A. Examinations.

2. The Prize shall be awarded to the Candidate who passes the Examination in the First or Second Class with the highest marks in Political Economy and History, provided that no Candidate obtains the Prize who has not satisfied the Examiners of his due proficiency in these subjects.

3. The name of the Candidate to whom the Prize may be awarded shall be published with the list of successful Candidates.

4. Whenever the Prize is not awarded, the money will be reserved to be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object of the endowment.

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YEAR.

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE.

1876 .. Chandavarkar, Narayan Ganesh
1877.. Shahani, Dayaram Gidumal
1878.. Modi, Jijibhai Edalji
1879... Dvivedi, Manilal Nabhubhai.
1880.. Pandia, Chhaganlal Harilal
1881.. Nariman, Manikji Kharshedji.
1882.. Gokhale, Mahadev Vishnu....
1883.. Padshah, Barjorji Jamasji..
1884.. Mehta, Darashah Bejanji.
1885.. Banaji, Framji Kavasji
1886.. Dalal, Hirjibhai Kavasji.
1887.. Hodivala, Shapurshah Hormasji
1888.. Shroff, Maganlal Laldas........
1889.. Gazdar, Manchershah Kavasji
1890.. Bhalerao, Narayan Rangnath
1891.. Ghodi, Keshavlal Murlidhar
1892.. Prize not awarded
1893.. Mehta, Nandavadan Karpurram
1894.. Wadia, Hirjihhoy Hormasji.
1895.. Dadachanji, Jehangir Kershaspji
1896.. Vakil, Manchershah Rustomji
1897.. Lalkaka, Ardeshir Dhanjishah
1898.. Koyaji, Jehangir Kuvarji
1899.. Telang, Pandharinath Kashinath..
1900.. Mehta, Chunilal Vijbhucandas..
1901.. Nissim, Joseph

Elphinstone.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto,
Ditto,
Ditto.

Ditto.
St. Xavier's.
Elphinstone.

Ditto.

Ditto.
Free General Assembly's Insti.

tution.
St. Xavier's.
Deccan.
Elphinstone and Deccan,
Elphinstone.

Ditto.
St. Xavier's,

Ditto.

Ditto.
Elphinstone,

Ditto.
St. Xavier's.
Elphinstone.

XXV.

THE BHAU DAJI PRIZE.

In March 1876 the Honorary Secretaries to the Bhan Daji Memorial Fund offered to the University, by direction of the Committee of that Fund, the sum of Rupees 5,000 in 4 per cent. Government Promissory Notes, for the purpose of founding

an annual Prize in memory of the late Dr. Bhau Daji, G.G.M.C., Hon.M.R.A.S., one of the Fellows mentioned in the Act of Incorporation, and for many years Syndic in the Faculty of Arts.

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 31st March 1876, this offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Prize will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Prize, to be called “THE BHAU DAJI PRIZE,” consisting of books of the value of Rupees one hundred and seventy, shall be awarded every year to the Candidate who passes the B.A. Examination with the highest marks for proficiency in Sanskrit, provided that the Prize shall not be awarded, except to a Candidate whom the Examiners consider deserving of reward for his special knowledge and ability as a Sanskrit Scholar : provided that in 1894 the prize be awarded on the results of the Second B.A. and B.A. Examinations,

2. The name of the Candidate to whom the Prize may be awarded shall be published with the list of successful Candidates.

3. Whenever the Prize is not awarded, the money will be reserved to be applied by the Syndicate in such manner as they shall think best fitted for furthering the object of the endowment.

YEAR.

PRIZEMAN.

COLLEGE.

1876.. Pavgi, Raoji Bhavanrao 1877.. Apte, Vaman Shivram.. 1878. Natu, Kashinath Gangadhar.... 1879.. Bhandarkar, Shridhar Ramkrishna 1880.. Divatia, Narsingrao Bholanath 1881..Deshmukh, Ganesh Krishna. 1882.. Vaidya, Lakshman Ramchandra 1883..Kirkire, Krishnaji Hari 1884.. Arte, Bhaskar Ramchandra.. 1985... Bhadkamkar, Hari Mahadev.. 1886.. Bijapurkar, Vishnu Govind.. 1857.. Limaye, Lakshman Narayan.. 1888.. Kale, Raoji Ramchandra .. 1889.. Joglekar, Shridhar Ramchandra 1890.. Bramhe, Govind Babirav .. 1891.. Gunjikar, Krishnaji Gururao 1892.. Galande, Ramchandra Mahadev 1893.. Mahajani, Ramchandra Vishnu 1894.. Mehta, Narmadashankar Devshankar 1895.. Joshi, Mahadev Malhar ............. 1896 Patel, Jivabhai Revabhai ...... 1897.. Patki, Sabaji Ramchandra 1898.. Kotibhaskar, Anant Shridhar.. 1899.. Oka, Janardan Vinayak 1900.. Sathe, Lakshman Ganesh 1901.. Kane, Pandurang Vaman

Elphinstone.
Deccan.
Elphinstone,

Ditto.
Ditto,
Ditto.
Ditto,

Ditto.
Deccan,
Ditto.
Ditto.
Elphinstone,
Deccan,
Elphinstone.
F. G. A. Institution, formerly

Deccan,
Deccan,
Elphinstone,
Deccan,
Baroda.
Deccan.
Baroda.
Wilson.
Fergusson.
Deccan,
Wilson,
Ditto.

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THE VENAYEKRAO JUGONNATHJI

SUNKERSETT PRIZE. Nanabhoy Byramjee Jeejeebhoy, Esq., Honorary Secretary to the Venayekrao Jugonnathji Sunkersett Memorial Fund, in a letter dated 1st April 1876, to the address of the Vice-Chancellor, offered to the University the sum of Rs. 4,500 in Government 4 per cent. Paper for the purpose of founding an annual prize of books, of the value of Rs. 180, to be called “The VENAYEKARAO JUGONNATHJI SUNKERSETT PRIZE.”

At a meeting of the Senate, held on the 6th October 1876, the offer was accepted with the best thanks of the Senate.

The Prize will be awarded in accordance with the following Regulations :

1. A Prize, to be called "THE VENAYEKRAO JUGONNATHJI SUNKERSETT Prize," consisting of books of the value of Rupees one hundred, shall be awarded every year to the Candidate who passes the Previous Examination with the highest marks for proficiency in Sanskrit.

2. The name of the Candidate to whom the Prize may be awarded shall be published with the list of successful Candidates.

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1877

Natu, Trimbak Gangadhar 1878

Divatia, Narsingrao Bholanath 1879

Vaidya, Chintaman Vinayak 1880 (Apl.).. Deshmukh, Ganesh Krishna 1880 (Dec.).. Banhatti, Narayan Daso... 1881 Kirkire, Krishnaji Hari 1882

Bhanu, Chintaman Gangadhar 1883 Paranjapye, Hari Krishna 1884 Joshi, Bhaskar Vishnu 1885

Bhandarkar, Vithal Sitaram.... 1886

Patankar, Nilkanth Pandurang 1887

Kelkar, Narhar Krishna 1888

Ghate, Sitaram Dinkar 1889 Telang, Mangesh Jivaji 1890 Raval, Mahendrashankar Jayashankar 1891

Kalsuikar, Shankar Vithal ........................ 1892

Joshi, Mahader Malhar .............................. 1893

Jog, Shripad Baji. 1894 Kale, Narayan Raghunath 1895

Inamadar, Raghavendra Narsinh. 1896

Damle, Raghunath Govind............ 1897

Ghate, Vinayak Sakharam..................... 1898

Kane, Pandurang Vaman .............................. 1699

Bhide, Mahadev Vishnu.... 1900 Pendse, Gajanan Ganesh 1901 Gune, Pandurang Damodar

Elphinstone.

Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ditto,

Ditto.
Deccan.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Elphinstone.
Fergusson.

Ditto.

Ditto.
Free General Assemblys In.

stitution,
Gujarat.
Deccan.
Fergusson.

Ditto.

Ditto.
Deccan.

Ditto.
Fergusson.
Wilson.
Fergusson,
Deccan,
Wilson.

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