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1 287 : t? l a % W 7 e r a p J f S Y D X E Y. W E D N E S D A Y, J A N U A R Y NEW YEAR H O N O U R A l STRALAN MLTARY AWARDS. LONTKJN, Dee. 31. The foljorclu g are am on g the Auatm Uan N ew Y e a r honoura: K M Q T C O M M A N D E R O F T H B B A T H (K. C. B. ). M ajo r-g enera l R osentbal. C O M P A N O N S O F T H E B A T H ( C. B. ). CoJonele J. B ru cte. W. U.N lcoll. W. Coxen. and C. Foot. K N G T T T G R A N D CROSS O F S T. M C H A E L -AN D S T. G E O R G E ( G. a L G. ). O eneral S r W lla m Brdwood. Leuten an t-o en eral S r John Monasl. K N G H T C O M M A N D E R O F S T. M C H A E L A N D S T. G E O R G E ( K. C. M. O. ). M ajo r-g enera l W h te. M ajo r-g enera l Mobba. C O M P A N O N S O P S T. M C H A E L A N D S T. G E O R G E ( C. M. G. ). C o lo n el E. T lre y. E. W U d om, J. C. S tew art.. M ackay.. Goddard, J. D ok, C. Jeas, H. Caddy. B, U errod, W. A lla o p, H. l * y b, D. T. Moore, D. S tacy, J. LaTarack, C. J. M artm. O R D E R O F T H E B R T S H E M P R E. C O M M A N D E R (C.B.B.). O F F C E R S (O.a E.). A rm y M ed ca l Corpa: M a jo r* D. Em bleton, C. Fnn, and A. U aclu re, aud C blonel W. U p john. n fa n try : M o r e J. M C o ll, A. Hym an, and Captaua R. c7 Anderson and B. Hunn. A rm y S errlce a: C o lo n el H enley. M ajor C. W. R oblnaoo, C aptan * W. L. H am lton, S. Lacey, H. J. Ln e, and F. V. Saundera. A r tlle r y ; Captan W. L. Sanderson. E n g n sor*; C olon el V. Sturdee. Captan C. Helsham, and d en ten a n t G. J. H a r g rc a re a V e te rn a ry Corps: M ajo r R. H o re. - Oeneral lu t :.M ajors J. W. D on nelly. F. OfB- cer. and C apu lna R. Cblrnalde, L. C. P ark er, and L. A. W ard. F ly n g C orp s; M a jo r R. W lllam a. ME2HBEKS (M.B.E.). E n g n e e r*: LRUtenaot O. Smth. C o m fo rt* Fund: Captan A. M C allu m. D S T N G U S H E D S E R V C E O R D E R (D.S.O.). M edcal Corpa: Lle u te n a n t-c olo n e l* R. W. Chambers. W. E. Crow th er, and G. W. Uao- artney. n fa n try : Leu ten aot-c olon elb W, W. A ld e r man. Jobn F a rre ll, and C. V. W atson. E n g n eer*: L e u to n an t-c o lon eu T. M urdoch and N. H. Sanday. A r tlle r y : L le u ten an t-c olo n el O.. SteTen- Bon. n fan try : M a jo r* J. S. Anderaon, H. G. Cam eron, H, J. C on n ell, B. J. D lbdln, J. E. l.ee, J. J. M C a ll. W. P. M accalum. S. A. M ddleton. H. H. P a ge. J. H. Pan. B. Sampson. F. S treet, and C-aptaln F. A. W sdom. A r tlle r y : M a jo r* F. H. Berrym an, H. C. Bundock, E. C am pbell, C. A. C lo w e *, J. M. rw ln, B. O. U a te r, R. A. L tt le. E. J. M lford, H. S. P ark er, T. B. Slaney, F. T b o r- tbw alte. E ngneers: M ajors R. B. Carr. R. S. Red, A. 8»n d er*o n. P. W. T o T e ll. S. H. W au on. M edcal C orp s: M ajors E. F, d n d, A. M akll-!op, C. M arlet, A. W. M orton, V. W. S atage, W. C. Saw er*. General ls t: A W. Hutchln. N E W ZE VLAX D. C.M.G. C o lo n el D. M G s t d and D. N. M urray, D.S.O. Lleu ten an t-c olon el G. C ra g and Lleu ten an t- Colon el N. F. Sbepherd (m e d cal)..mrs. Latne, o f Strath llcl. bas learn ed tha uer e d er son. (Japtaln Jotm Lan e, had been aw arded the D stln gu.eh S eft U e..o rd er. Captan reae was adueatod a t.a ll S an ts C ollege, Bathurat, an d a t St. And ow * C o lle ge, U n tver- fllty. Sydney, w h ere be gradu al ed B.A. B efo re enterng f o r the last exam n aton f o r L U B. be enllsled n the A..F.. and to o k p art n the o pera ton * a t RabsuT, 10(4. On retu rn n g to Sydney as B egean t, he proceeded to GalllpoU. w here he re ceved a, commkslon. A fte r the cvaeuallon he waa sen t lo F rg n re. H e wns wounded n an d -aga ln n H e was rep eated ly raenuoned ln despatch es f o r cfflcent eerrco. B e fo re h * dep arture, be was w e ll know n u A clean aad m polar snorsmad. Mr. W. Barrntofe MlHer wa * entertaned at Cbt S>Blneg aormng Stralb. TrC;KSDA.T, JAJ)TJAtT 2, lolo- P ro fe ss o r J. T. W laon, F.R.S., and Mrs. -Pllson. re ce v ed new s fro m England tb a t th e r nepbsw. CAptaln Julan Cassoa Smpson, o f the G ren ad er Guards (fo rm erly o f tbe Church o f E nglan d G ram m ar School. N o rth S yd ney), has been aw hrded th e M lta ry Croas fo r d lstngntahng h m s elt on Septem ber 1* n France. T h s you n g ofllcer, who ts a grandson o f th e la te S r G eorge B. Smpson and o f S lf JuHau Salomona, K.C., s th e only s u rvvn g son <>* l» ta M r. G e o rge Cas*on Smpson, b a rrls te r-a t-la w. H e e n lsted for R abanl s s soon as w a r w a s declared, re tu rnng to S ydney w th th e rank o f sergeant n F ebru ary H e nunodlately saled fo r E ngland w th bg m o th er (M rs. Ashburton Tom obon)- secured a com m lsston n th e R oy al A rttu ery. U ltm a te ly b e Joned the. G ren ader Guards, and w on p rom oton. On SeptepheT 28, o w n g to tho fa c t th a t Colonel L o rd G o rt V M wounded, and th e second n eommand absent, h e waa n com m and o f hs battalon> con gratu lated. B efo re th e w ar onded hs w as wounded n the th gh b y shrapnel, and s now, w th hs m other and aster. con valescn g n London. H * e ld er h rnfber th e la te Bryan G eorge (Jasson Smp- ran nd lleaten an t. R o y a l H o rs e A r tlle ry, t o d o f wounda tn F ra n ce n J «ly, 19J5. STATE EDUCATON. Honrng ftmlh. Cbt JUjrtg Krrall, <1 {% M LN S TE R S R E V E W. n th e course o f a re v e w o f the w o rk o f the hklucatun D e pa rtm en t fo r tb e y e a r Ju ft closed, the M nb ler. Mr. Jam es, sad th e shertage u f tcacber w a* v e r y acute. T h t* w a «d u e to tw o causes the num ber o f e n lu t- loent*. and the axerson o f th c short cou rse o f tran n g fo m sx lo tw e lv e mouths. T b e years w o rk was also ham pered by tbe s tra n e d dnancm o w n g to w a r con dton s, w hch p re ven ted tbe ca rry n g out o f m any u rgen t works. " n spte o f the stra n upon tbe T rea su ry, tbe G bvernm cnt added ao,(foo to tb e y e a rs ;callm atea to a llo w som e r e le f to b e g v en lo teach ers o s tbe luw er grades, w h le th e b u o y ant reven ue lo r Abe frst h a lf o f th e cu rren t flnanubl y e a r h a* m ade t possthle to add anoth er 100,OOP to the sa la ry lst. T h e f.-wt was m ad«p aya ble a * fro m th e * July, 1918, wuuo the ad d to n al l M» «w ll bo p ayable fro m.new Y e * r s Day, T + s 150,000, though s tll fa*u fn c:en t Co teach ers s a lares a t a l adequate. due* n o t represen t th e fu : Jocreasr to th e e a la r r w t- W e hj,vo had to m ake p ro vso n fo r the e m ploym en t o f teach er* to rv o a o e s o ld e r te a c h ers a t the fro n t, walk- we h ave alee had te p rovde fo r o rd loa ry sch ool ataaoo. t Tor the yewr ended - 30h M n ster, show th a t 1,363,339 w as voted to r s a ljv le *. 2S 270 lo r c o n U n g e n c e s -th a t a, fu r ucboc ano nen- M c e ~ W l, M 6 fo r the S jw e C d reau t e l- f p a r L m e n, and f o r aehool b u lla -? *. e stlm alea fo r tbe c u rre o y w that s, fo r the y e a r eu d og 30th Jum j» 9 show th at w a. v oted for to whch must uow b* added fo r thu s x m onths share o f th e 10o.0). jn st h rln gn g the to ta l to l.toc.l?j. t w ll th u be seen th st uurlng th e a:<: thvev y e a s tb.* M la ry Hat h.s ncreaeed t y T h a y e a r.g v o te fo r c o s tld g e u c w - tb a t s * ~75.3«0, an n crea se o f o r n ea rly» p er cent, o v e r th e am ount voted th e y e a r befot\> the preetn*. tm k offce. T h e v o e fo r tn e TTcUet D ep a rtm en t haa gon e th ToTM. w h ls t th * y e a r *? s ta "T h e b u ld n g v o le e o rera th e fnancal y e a r Whch ends on June 30. but f o r th e y e a r eadec: t e m b e r l w e spent upon buldraa. a d d to n rep a rs, and stes X s fa r oa jposblblo tho m on ey was spread round to m e et u rgen t cases, but a n um ber o f m p o rta n t works w ere c arre d o u t d urn g th e yea r. F o r nstance, w e <pushed on w th one w n g o f the C ou ege. spen dn g on tb s w ork 26,000. T h e con geston a t th e p reaen t c o l le ge a t B la ck frla rs b a* m lta te d m a te rla lr agan st e ffec tv e w ork fo r som e years, anr a new T ea ch ers C o lle go 1* m p e r a tv e ly necessary. A s fa r as m o o ey w ll p erm t. propose pushng on w th th e com pleton o f th s w n g as ra p d ly as p q b le. D urng th e y e a r n ew b u ld ngs w e re com p e t e a t G rafton South, a t a coa t o f «< * ;. T n tm o R o s e h lu \ V T a m w orth W e s u 1417; K ln g sgrove. 1442; Hnm ula. 10fW; w h le addton s w o re made a t H a m lto n a l a c ort o f 4405, a t P arra m atta M ea dow - bank 2415, N ew c a s tle H gh Bchool 2197, and P t t R ow "S om o m p o rta n t n ew b u ld ngs are n p ro - grcb*, and should be com pleted e a rly n th e year. A n ew H gh sch ool s b en g erec te d a t U s m o re. a t a c ost o f A n ew ch e m s tr y b u ld n g s b en g erec te d a t N e w c a s tle, a t a c ost o f A new sch ool n p ro g re s * a t H n rstvlu o w ll c ost 4000, a n o th er a t Ceas- uock a t T am w orth 4162, C a rlto o and C d llle AddlUons are b en g m ade a t H ab crfleld a t a cost o f Cootam undra D a r - Hn ton 2250, G oulburn 8400, and Aa h fleld T h e d ep artm ent bas acqu red a b u ld n g w h ch s now b en g a ltered and Btted up as a hostel fo r th e use o f H e refo rd H ouse students. TTls w ll c ost m p o rta n t s ew era g e works aro n p rogress a t S tanm ore and a t MayOeld, at a cost of over 1000 each. "T h ep e are b g fgn res, sad M r. Jam *, and when th e hundreds o f sm a lle r jo b * fo r addtons and re p a rs are added, t la e a»y to see th at tho v o te a t m y d sp o sa l can be d la- posed o f v e ry qu ckly... h ave p rev o u s ly n d cated th at a t le a s t h a lf a m lllod s r e qured frgen tly fo r b u ld n g purposes n con necton w th our schools, but u n tl th s am ou n t s a v a la b le w e can on ly do as w e have done, ;and th a t s, deal w th the m o st p re s s n g ca s e* as th ey arse. "Sum m ed up. snce th e p res e n t G overn m en t to o k offce th e am ount expended upon s a la re s has been n creased b y 24 p er cent., and upon school m anten ance by S p e r cent. v>( course, a consderable p a rt o f th e ncrease the m antenance o f sch ools s due to n creased prces o f sch ool m a te ra l, w h le, as 1 h ave p on ted out, a p a rt fro m th e 15 0,0 00 sp ecar voted to n crease salares, the* re s t has beon spent upon substtute te a c h ers f o r tb ose a t th * w a r, and to m eet n creases a r s n g fro m te a c h ers m p rovn g tb c r c la ssflca to n by effce n cy and exam naton. "T h e Btatstlca fo r th e w h o le y e a r a re n o t y e t com plete, but the h gh sch ool retu rn s show th at durng 1917 tb e efre e tv e e n rolm en t, th a t a, th e num ber n atten dance e v e r y w eek, w a s w h le th s y e a r tb o to ta l s an n crease o f 613. Tho p ercen tage o f attendancw t hgh sch ools th s y e a r s 93.2, aa com pared (tb 93 la s t year. " n add ton to the.bgb sch ools, 1786 p u p ls w ere n e ffe c tv e en rolm en t a t the d s trc t srhoola d urn g an n crea se o f 154 over th * p revou s year. A lto g e th e r, th e e ffe c tv e e n ro lm en t o f secondary pupls w a * 8287, and th * average oltcndanpo 7667, w b lch la equal to 92.6 p er ceoc " F o r lb * frs t tw o qu arters o f th s y e a r th * p rm ary sch ools avera ge atten dance w a s 86 p er cent. D u rn g S ep tem b er t d ropped to 8S p er cent. "A m o n g tb o m ore m p o rta n t fea tu res p f tb * y e a rs w ork a re the exten son o f tb e s h o rt course o f tran n g teach ers fro m sx m onths to tw elv e nonths. whch w ll re su lt n m ore e f- fclodt teach ers b en g p ro vd ed f o r th e buah scbools; the contnuance o f th s trea tm e n t scheme fo r school chld ren w tb p hyacal d e fec ts ; tb e estab llsb m ent o f a tru an t sch ool, and tb e sym path etlo a d m n s tra tlo a o f th * com pu lsory clau ses; th e lb e ra ls n g o f tb a p ro vso n s fo r subsdsed sch o o ls; tb * c ro a to a o f an dxp crlm ental hgh sch ool h o stel a t O ou l- b u m ; tba ap p on tm en t o f a d re c to r o f p b ys- ual cultu re f o r g rls, and o f ao n spector o f d om estc arts ; and the n s ltu lo n o f a couraa n O ren tal lan gu ages a t c erta n o f the h gh schools. *! have a lrea d y approached tb e F e d e ra l au th o rtes.* added Mr. Jam es, " t o see w h e th e r som e sp e ca l arran gem ent can n ot be m ade to allo w our sold e r teach ers to be d em o b lsed aa qu ck ly as p ossble. T h e r * a r e num bers o f sm all scffbols a w a tn g teach ers, w h le w e a r * anxous to ease the stra n th ro w n upon te a c h ers b y b g classes as q u ck ly as possble. T b * w ar has n te rfere d con sd era b ly w th th e w o rk o f tfe schools, but t- has ta u gh t leason s o f p a trotsm and lo y a lty th a t w ll h are a m a rked effect upon the formaton of Australan character. Wtb a re tu rn to n o rm al c on d ton s. look (orw a rd h o p efu lly to a m o re con ten ted teach n g aerwlce; to th e com p le to n o f th * T ea ch ers TTalnJng C o llege, to th e p ro ra o n of ad d ton al a n d u r e su ta b le accom m odat>oa, aad to n creased effcen cy n a ll our scboola. would lk e to ta k e the o p p o rtu n ty o f tbank- ne th e teach ers c t the d ep a rtm e n t f o r th ey 1 servlr-"s d u rn g the --rar. and to w sh both F l l D A T. J A N T A t l 3, 1»1». OTR EXAMNATON SYSTEM. T O T H E STDTOR O F T H E H E R A L D. S r. read w th g r e a t pleasu re M r. F. C. B ro w n s le t t e r n to -d a y s ssue. F o r years 1 and o th e rs have ad vocated th e v e r y system h e su ggests, and n E nglan d m any n flu ental p e o p le h a v e strenuonbly ad vocated a r e a rra n gem e n t o l our o u t-o f-d a te system o l edu caton, N e ff Zeala n d, w h ch has taken th e le a d n oth er m a tte rs, has abolshed ra ttn a s a com pu lsory su b ject, and w e should lo s e no tm e n d on g so. t s n ow som e goo y s a rs sn ce m en ap o lo gsed fo r w r tn g b ook s on m a th em atcs n th e v u lg a r tougue, n am ely, E n glsh. T b e p rn c p a l reasons fo r teach n g a useleas o b je c t U ke L a tn a re ts cheapn.sb and tbe fa c t th a t t s n o n -p ro gressve, and th e re fo re a roat w h o m a stered t 60 y e a rs a g o can s tu te a c h t w th ou t h a v n g to k eep d p to data n an y w a y. U sefu l scen ces, on th e o th e r hand, a r e n o t ta u gh t to. :n y e vten t frst, bo- eause th e boys w ou ld lo v o them lo r h em - elves, and take an nterest n them, and therefo r e t w o u ld n o t bo a hardshp f o r them to le a m ; n ex t, a ll m a sters w o u ld have to keop up t o d a te : and th rd ly, exp ense would b e n c u rre d b y th e schools. P ers o n a lly would g o r v e n fu rth e r. w ou ld ad opt th e m e trc system a an d thus avod th e p rep osterou s a l l e d s ystem o l w e g h ts and m easures w h lca w e e n jo y (? ) should a lso pronounce a ll w o rd s a s sp elt, o r a lt e r th e s p e lln g a c c ord n g to com m on-sense ro les. M r. B ro w n s to b e c on gratu lated on th e p lu c k y w a y a w h c h h e ha* tack led th s su b ject, nnd th e v e r y v a lu a b le rem ark s whch he n s m ade. T h e re s n o doubt th a t tu h ou rs p h jh cal cu ltu re a day w o u ld be w orth a ll th e L a tn, G reek, etc,, th a t w e re e v e r tau gh t, and m yself shoqjd much p refe r tho A u stra la n youth to e xc e l n physcal cultu re, fo o tb a ll, and o th e r sp o rts than to w n a ll th e sch olarsh ps th a t e v e r w er n ven ted fo r som e o f th e dead and useless su b jects now t a u g h t 1 am, etc., Doo H. E. M N T O S H. T O T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. Sr, Tn y o u r p ap er to -d a y th e re s a le tte r gn ed G radu ate, d ea ln g w th ou r examna<> to n system and w th th e effcen cy o f the u n tve rs lty staff. n som e w a ys th e publc m ay b e m sled b y hs rem arks. F rs t, as regards e xa m n aton s, n eth er p ro fe ss o r, le ctu re r, e x a m n er, gradu ate, n o r sch o o l c h ld H orou gh ly ap p ro ve s o f thla s ystem o f k n ow led ge te s tn g; b u t th e w o rld demands som e d efln te standard o f effcen cy, and s o f a r no one (n o t even G ra d u a te ") has been ab le to s u ggest a p ractc a l su b sttu te fo r th s test. T h e u n v a rs ty cou rse s begun by tb e m a tr c u la tn g student, w h ose know ledge n a ll hb su b jects la p u rely grou n d -w ork, and n hs th ru * to flve years cou rse th e know ledge be acqu res m u st s lh lb e m o s tly a grou nd n g n h s su b ject, and he le a v e s tb e u n yers ty n ot w th c om p lete k n o w led ge and e xp eren ce, but w th h s m n d a le r t and tran ed to s trk e out f o r t s e lf n w h at 1 m gh t c a ll ts p rlv a ts research w ork. T h s grou nd n g s b ecom n g m o re d ffcu lt to ft n to even a fve y e a rs aou rse as now adays th e p ro fesso n al standard 1 n all drectons s hgh. A ls o, w th regard to exam natons. b e le v e tb a t b oth a t sch ool and sa tbe u s v e rs ty { th e m a jo r ty o f students need th e stm ulus o f som e " b o g e y " such ae an exam n aton o f con- ; sld c ra b le m p ortance to keep them up lo tb e s e t w o rk. T h e you th fu l mnd s g e n era lly rres p o n s b le. T o th ose who are re a d y and a b le to b en eflt b y a w d e r educaton than s c on tan ed n dectnre n o te s tb e u n v e rsly and ts exo e ed ln gly able staff gv e e ve ry possble h elp, and w elcom e th ose to o ra re young p eo p le w h o alrea dy lo v e le arn n g fo r Us own sake. do n o t suppose th a t "G rad u ate * re a lly m eans to cast a s lu r on tb e teach n g s ta ff o f h o u n v ersty, but m g h t say th at we gradua tes p ra c tc a lly unanm ously b old them n a f fe c to n a te and g ra te fu l rem em brance. 1 am. etc., D ec. 18 STO B RB M E N S E A D E M M U T A T O. T O T H B E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. S r, A t th e U n v e rsty s u h gh ly pad staff, o f le ctu re rs n tho achool o f m odern languages. T h e re ce n tly publshed ls t o f e xa m n a ton resu lts w ould ap p ear to ndcate t h a t, th e tm e s n ot fa r d stan t when th e r s e r v c e s w ll no lo n ger be requ red, or m ay be d ve rte d n to a m oro p ro fta b le channel. U n tl v e r y rece n t d ay* tb e ln gu s tc bugbear o f the a v e ra g e student was supposed to be L a tn, but t s v e r y e vd en t th a t a change baa como o v e r th e scene, fu r tb e number o f students w b o th s v e a r succeeded n s a ts fy n g th e e x - am ners n th at su b jeet s e x a ctly tw ce th at o f th o se who n egotated th c teats n French and Germ an. H ere a re th e resp e ctve flgu res: L a tn,., 67; L a tn, TL. 16; -atn. l l, 11. T o ta l, 94. Fren ch,., 16 F ren ch,., 9; F ren ch,., 9. G erm an,.. 7; Germ an,.. 5; G erm an. 111., 2. T o t a l fo r F ren ch and G orm an. 47. t w ou ld be n te re s tn g to know tb e re e l (rgnftcance o f th ese flgures. t la a t least a p p a re n t th a t a t th e U n v e r s ty the lv n g lan gu ages, ap art fro m our own. are much less a t tr a c tv e to ta students than h e d ry bonec e f tb e ancen ts. s th s because tb e classcs o f th em selves exo rcse a m ore m a gn etc nfluence, o r a r e w o u ld -b e students n tbe m odern sch ool re p e lle d b y th e roqu rom ents o f a m o re exa ctn g b od y o f exatnlners? T h a t s to d e o ts w b o ach eve c red ta b le pdbcs n F ren ch and Germ an a t th e L e a v n g C e rtfc a te exa m n aton fnd th bm selves not n freq u e n tly re le g a te d to obltvlon n thege subjects a t tht- elobs o t th e r frst acad em c year, w ou ld ap p ea r to lend som e colou r to th e la tte r sug- g e*tlo n. B e th at as t,m a y. H la a serous m a tte r, fro m a n aton al pont o f v ew, thst th,> nfluence o f tho m odern lankunc" srh ool.- B akn K ta e lf f e lt am on gst a secto n o f th>* a * sm an as to bo jlm osf nxlg- gflfc etc-, - _. M O D fju. S.VTURDAT, JANUARY OlT E.XAMTNATON SYST-,.:m. r TO T H E e d t o r O F T H E H E R A LD.. S r. n the n te re stn g correspondence whlcn n u have re ce n tly publshed under th s capton t s n o tc ea b le th at w rte rs have tended tc pass beyond the s u b ject o f exa m n aon s q u «exa m n aton s and lo d rec t h er crltlrls.-rr a g a n st th e teach n g system lead n g up t o l them. T he p roblem seem s to Ue thus. l lx * f am natlon s e x e rt a g o v ern n g nfluenoe ol te a c b a g m ethods; and th s nflucnc* hxt>l b rou gh t ab out a p rofesson al h abt n teach ers w b cb e v e ry lo v e r o f re a l educaton m ust de-1 p lore. R efo rm n educaton m ust U e re fo rr start from two ponts. Frst a reform n the 1 e xa m n aton system, then a detsvnlncd e ffo rt to b last aw ay e ve ry th n g whch s harm ful n teach n g m ethods. M ay pon t out a v a n U g? s p o t fo r the a p p lca to n o f tho dynbm lte? ll le s w th n th e o rga n s a to n o f the U n versty- F rs t t seem s to mo a waste o f tm fo r a man, ftted to w e a r th t e xa lted ttle o f " fr o - fc s s o r," to h ave Lo d e v o te a large p roporton o f hlg w o rk n g tm o to th e teach n g o f undergradu ates. A p ro fe ss o r s m ost effcen t effo rt should be g v en to the d eeper study and to the p ro fo u o d er p resen taton o f bs subject. By thus usn g b s tm e a p rofessor would be a con tnu al n sp ra to n to ba sssstan ts. bs le ctu rers, and n som e subjects to tsachnrs n secondary schools. H * poston would be o f tho v ery w d e st nfluence, fo r drec tly o r n-,d rec tly b e w ou ld h a v e touched e v e ry teach er o f hs su b ject n th s State. t m ay be argued th a t tb s s a lrea d y dot.-. a p o s t-s ra d u a U classes. T h e an sw er to t*!- s u n fo rtu n a te ly obvous. T h e lust a fte r the badge o f sueeess p ro vd ed n certflc a tea and d egrees, d ee p ly n stlled nto the mnd o f th r s n g gen era to n, help s to mako post-graduate classes unpopu lar; snce, fo r tbe m o rt part, th e y bold o u t no rew a rd c om m erca lly re- t lls s b la. T he s«con d atta ok cao on ly fo llo w f th e frst succeeds. A relan ce on th e leo- tu r e " as thc sole means o f eduratlon seems to me a p tfu lly n ept expedent. m agne a group o f students s ttn g n a lectu re room, w r tn g fo r d ea r lfe d u rn g the p ero d o f the le c tu rn g repeatjug the process fou r o r fve tm es p er day, s od than takn g tneso scrb- b ln g s an a m eans o f approach to tb e lr subj e c t n any e v e n t would t n ot b e m ore eeon om lcal f o r tbe le ctu rs r to bond he stude n t* ty p e w rtte n cop es o f b s teachng, c h a r fe n g a n om n al faet T h s would be e a s ly ret [m bursed b y the d m n u ton o f d ep recat o f th e U n v e rsty fu rn tu re. S urely som e f* te r system o f n stru cton s possble. 1 have o ften ta lked w th Sydney undergraduates afatnjl the system o f tu to n n vogue n Oxford. n th a t s ca t o f learn n g use the can t phraeu desgnedty lectu res a re» v e ry m n o r e vl, f a man has th ree p er d ay he consders he s ra th er h ard ly done by, though n m y e xp e rence the lectu res w e re vlytd and stm u latng. T he O xford man, h o w ever, knows th at no r tu re s c om pa rab le n v alu e w th th e prvn h ou r he bas on ce o r tw ce a W eek w th h tu tors. n th ese hours tba undergraduate dscusses w th hs tu to r som e d efn te p ece o f w o rk whch had been p revo u sly a llo tte d to hm. T h * n stru cton usu ally takes th s form. T h e student, fo r exam ple, tn h story, reads essay whch em bodes hs own th ought too close a fo U o w o g o f books s fro w n ed upon then fo llo w s a c rtc s m by the tu tor, and a fte rw a rd s a dscusson o f tb e w h ole m atter, 10 whch tu to r aod student Jon. A tu toral s ystem o f th s knd n ot o n ly m akes fo r real m en tal tra n n g, but t m s n U ln s a lv e ly nte re s t n ttae subject studed. shall be to ld th at th e cost o f th s system ren ders U p ro h b tv e n a new U n versty Wth th a t 1 m ust d sa gree, fo r fec th a t them s no p ressng need to m antan th e p resent num ber o f U n v e r s ty students untl such tm e as m ore adequate arran gem ents a re mado for th e r re a l edu caton. am. >; tr. Jan. 3. JO H N C O R N F D R T H. TO T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. S r. t le, n my opn on, very d esrab le that, he qu eston * re la tv e to the teach n g and ex am ln ln g o f Fren ch and G ero *!! a t th e Un v e rs ty and n the secondary schools wm vh are ra se d b y "M o d e rn " n your ssue o f to d ay should be answered. But the p roblem o f m odern lan gu age teach n g ts ao m any-sded th a t ltt le o r no good would be done b y a jdlswusaloh n th e ress. M eanw hle, th ere he Uo dou bt th at harm ts c(ntas b y curyent nlsnnderm tsndngs, and that tn e trauhug f Fren ch, u p artcu lar, la preju dced. Th queston s one u f such m jm rtancv th at u rgen tly su ggest the appontm ant o f u com - m sslon em pow ered to n vestga te t th o r- jougbly. The com m sson should n qu re nto l l ) the n ature o f the teach n g o f F ren ch and joerm an a t th s and o lh c r n v o n le s, (2 ) the M t u r e o f tbe le a c h n g o f the same lan gu age* ln the secondary sch ools o f ths B tate a o d -o f k lrra t B rtan, (3 ) th e b earn g ot ths n arng tn th e second ary sch ools upon the te a r h o g s t {the U n v ersty, and v ce versa, and (4 ) tb «; p resent system o f exam n aton n modern {languages. T h e com m sson should ulvo be rc - kuested to m ake reron m en daln n s. t should hnve the p ow er to ta k e o ra l evden ce, and any person who w sh ed to g v e evdence should jo lenabled to do so. f such a ronm ason w ere leom poscd o f person s o f the hgh est standng, ts repom m cndatojs could n ot fa l to provde 11 sa tla fa cto ry solu ton o f the problem. would su ggest th a t t cuusst, f puaslhle, ut the! Con su l-g en eral for France, ths lo n. Mr. Jus- tlo e H arvey, and P ro fe ss o r M scke, P ro fc a s sr o f E ducaton and P rn c p a l o< tb e T e a c b c r (College. C op es o f b s le tte r are ben g sent to thc C h an cellor o f the U n v e rsty and the D re cto r o f Educaton n th e hope th a t the O overn m en t w ll arran ge fo r tbo appon tm en t o t such eamgssson. am. etc.. O. O. N C H O LSG N, A ssstan t P ro fe ss o r o f Fren ch and German. T b e U n v ersty, Jan. 3. uctwre and pupl? <ra o# p tfc o, p ro»- Sp«t»tj. LAppu - OUE EXAMNATON SYSTK. The dkt few weeks of the year are al- ways fl.tme of trlbulallou n tbe edu- L dtlorml world bhl Cor the teacbera nnd teugll t s (he seasoa eyugecrated to WxumUutluua. Tbotnunds from onr Un-> fverslty «nd st-bools lutve uuerkcno tb** dread ordenl, and are watng u sutpem to learn whether Oey have neffotated u hurdle n tler atrademlc career; arv thoagh tbe lot o f the canddgte ht hard w e can abo spare some pty for tb* uo- jfortnnate examnors who toll fevershly! and despajrlngly fo correct Ue papers byj the gven date. Tbelr trouble* are fernvated by the appeannce each year n the examnatou season o f a Uo«t of] crtcs who dscuss our educatonal systeaqj la terms that are for he moet part de- fdedly uu-onplueutary. n the corn ; K tn d e n ce that has been jfolng on for soug weeks n these coluuns many ponts of [vew bave been represented; s-nrte wrllera have condemned the system lock, afprtf und br.ttc-1: otbeex here b»vk}- «re.

2 288 j o re m fter on w U e b aj ara agreed TCHnDHons play fa r too lanro a p&r d Lhe currculum, aad tbac to tta exccaa m a y >e a t tr lh u te d m o s t o f ths r}js th a t a f f e c t ( l e e d u c a ro a a J b o tjy p o l te. K x a m ju a to n s b a n p o r th e atu clen t aa< th e te a c h e r a lk e ; th e y Uo u o t u e te a s a r llj hrub o u t th e a b le s t <-UQ$ldate; th e te s t o f c o tn K e tjc e t ln t t h e y s u p p ly s a t b e s t p e r fu H fto r y. S fo r e o v e r, t h e r e a r e s o c h c jlo t o f th e m. T a k e t h e e a s e o f t h e s tu d e n t tw lo, a f t e r p a s s n g h r o u g b th e s e c o n d a r y, jttcb o o la p r o c e e d s to a c o u ra e o f a r ta o r, a p r o fe a a lo n a l b ck jo a t t h e U a t v e r s lt y. B e fo r e h o m a tr c u la te s h e w l l h a v e aat fo r t lr e e e x a n o n a tlo n R o f n c r e a s n g a e v e r lt y ; llt th e J t lv e r s U y e a c h y e a r, a n d s o m e t m e s t w c e a y e a r, h e w l l h a v e m o r e e s u m ln u tlo n s o n w h c h h s f a t e d e p e n d s. W h e n e a c h f o r w a r d s te p jn a care<*r c a n 011.V h e a c c o tn p lla h e d b y s u c ce aa lu c x - am ln H lo n H t s n o t s n r p r ls ln g t b a t th e Rvernse a t u d e n t m s l t t le t m e a n d le s s [n c ln a to n f o r g e n e r a l r e a d n g h u t d e v o te s h m s e lf t o w o r k w h V h "111 d lreu tly a d h ln n th e ta s k a h cm l. T h e te a c h e r, to o, s a ffe c t e d b y t h e p le t h o r a o f e x a m n a t o n s. H e.h a p t f o r t l e s a k e o f t b e c a n H d a te a n d h fr a s e lf, a n d f o r t h e c r e d t o f h e s c h o o l, u n c o n a co R s ly to regard s u c c e s s n e x n m ln a tlo n a a s t h e b e -a ll a n d e n d -a ll o f w h c a tc o n. E v e n t h e h g h e r b ra u c h e a o f :U»a m n g d o n o t e s c a p e ; th e le c t u r e r c a n n o t s p e n d a s m u c h t m e us h e w o u ld lk e, n d e a ln g w t h h s R otrje t n a b ro a d w a y ; h e m u s t. n ju s t c e t o hh» s tn d e ts. j g lv e th e m s o m e t lln g t h a t w n h e lp th e m j o v e r th e h u rd le. T h e s e a n d s m llu r a r g u m e n ts a d v a n c e d w t h g r e a t e r o r le s s a c r m o n y a g a ln a t t l e e.t a m ln a lo n s y e te m a r e p e r f e c t ly tr u e ; n o o n e d e n e s t h a t t s n tu e n c e o n g e n e r a l c u U n rc 1h b a d ; n o o n e d e p e n d s u p o n t f o r a n y m e r ts t m>h- e es se s. B u t w h a t t h e c r t c s f o r g e t s, -lh a t f t la to b e d o n e a w a y w t h aom e- t h ln g m u s t b e p u t n t s p l.sce. T h e y a r e (ju lc k to se cs f la w s b u t the.v d o u o t s u g g e s t s s n b s lttn te. S o m e o f t h e c o r re s *o n d e n ts a lm o s t a e c n 10 m p ly t h a t p r o fe s s o r s a n d s c h o o lm a s te r s a r e w e d d e d t o t h e e x a m n a t o n s.vstem, a n»l a r e n h eou H p rocy t o p e r p e tu a te t R naane t m a k e s lf e e a a y f o r th e m. N o d e a fn)u ld l>e m o r e lu d c ro u s. T h e y r e g a r d eamlnatlodf as an a lm o s t n to le ra b le b u r d e n f r o m w h c h th e y w o u ld g la d ly n? rte- U v e re l. M ox*ov r, a s e v e r y te a c h e r w»)rth h s s a lt s a w a r o. t s a s e a s y a u d - v l t e l y m o r e p le a s a n t t o h a n d le a s u b je c t on b ro a d, g e o c r f l ln e s th a n t o t v u t t a s s o m u c h p a b u lu m f o r e x a a n a U o n m s w e rs. T n t a s lo n g a a th e r e a r e ex- a tn n a tlo n s a d u t y la ow gjrl t o studcmls w h o w o u ld h e th e fr s t c o m p la n f th o s e w lw m p o s e d th e tesut faded to gve s o m e p r a c t c a l a.sk.*tance t o w a r d s p a s s n g th e m. H u t f e x a m n a t o n s h a v e s u c h a b a le fu l n flu en $-e a u d f t h e y a r e so u n p o p n lg r n e v e r.y q u a r t e r, " y h a v e th e m a t a l? A y. t h e r e s t l e ru b. n o n l l h a t th e p u b lc m a y b p p r o e o t e l t h e r e m u s t b e s o m e s o n o f g\»aran tw > th a t a n n d v d u a l p os s e s s e s th e k n o w le < lg e h e c la m s, o r th a t t h e c o m m u n ty n m la t a ln s U m a tn n d a r d o f llte n c.v w h c h t h a s s e t t s e lf. E a m h a - H om jr o v d e f»u«-h a g u a n n te e, ro u g h n n d rend.v, a n d b y n o lu e u n a n fa llb le, n o t h e bou t t h a t tb e b r a n o f m a n c a n c o n c e v e b u t u p o n t h e w b o le t h e m o s t p ra c t c a l f fln a u c lu l resources are lmted. t m n s t b e re m e ro l> e re d t h a t s y s t e m s a r e d e- a g n e tl f o r th e a v e r a g e r a t h e r lh a n f o r th e e x c e p t o n a l c a s es. T h e a v e r a g e p n p ll fn d s t a f f le n lf e n o u g h t o pn.ss h ls e x a m n a t o n e v e n w t h s p e c a l p r e p a r a to n ; w t h m t t h e w o u ld f a l s U ll m o r e f r e q u e n t ly th a n h e d oes. f th e r e w e r e n o e x a m n a tto n p to a c t a s a c h e e k m u c h m o r e s u p e rv la lp n w o u ld b e n e e «le d b e c a u s e t h e a v e r a g e p «T - eod s n o t a lw a.v s r o u s c le a tlo n s, n o r s b e «a a m a t t e r o f f n c t, a d d c t e d to g e n e ra l r e a d n g. T ll q d o e s n o t m p ly th a t th e r e s n o a lt e m a U v e to th v e x a m n a to n s y s t e m : t h e r e s t h e v e r y o b v o u s o n e m e n to n e d b y M r. U r o w n w b c h s u b s ttu te s vera o n a l a t te n to n a n d s u p e r v s o n f o r th e m e c b a u lc a l te a t o f a n e x a m n a t o n. t s n c o m p a r a b ly th e b e t t e r a y s te m, b n t t s v e r y e x p e n s v e a f a t a l d r a w b a c k n t b e e y e s o f a c o a n t r y w h c h h a s y e t t o r e a ls e th a t a n y m o n e y sj>eut o n e d u c a to n s w e ll p e n t. t r e q u r e s f o r s e c o n d a r y s ch o o ls a c o r p s o f n s p e c t o r s w h o w o u ld w a tc h p r o g r e s s u n d d e c d e w h e n n p n p fl w a s r e a d y f o po on l o t h e T n lv e r s lt y. A t th e T J n lv e r s fy th e r e w o u ld b e a c o r p s o f tu to rs <ea d a d d e s M r. B r o w n c a lls th e m w h o w o u ld e a c h t a k e a g r o u p o f B tn J e n ts u n d e r t h e r w n g a n d d e v e lo p th e m la r g e l y b y m e a n s o f U fo r m a l d.s- c u s s o n a n d t h e lk e. V n d e r th s s y s te m e x a m n a t o n s c an b e r a d n c e d to 0 m n - m a m a n d te a c h e r s r e le v e d o f m u c h n.qr- r o w n g a n d u n w e lc o m e d r u d g e r y w h le th e p u p l a v o d s b e c o m n g s o e x a m n a t o n h a t k. B u t t s c o s t ly ; t h as b e e n re c- : t o n e d th n t ts e f f e c t v e n tr o d u c U o n to o u r T n v c r s U y w o u ld m e a n a R u b sd y m o re [t h a n d o u b le f h e e x s t n g <me, sad u n tl (p n r )eg>j!fllors lo o k a t e d u c a to n f r o m a n e w R ta ftd p o o t a lt o g e t h e r t w o u ld s oe m jt b a t w e m n s t g o t a lo n g as b ea t w e can [o n o u r p r e s e n t n ce. CDf SPTtp *ltrnmg Strata. W E D N E 8 D A Y, J A N U A R Y S OCE EXATOTATON SYSTK-M. T O T H R E TH T O B 0 R «H E R A L D. S r, One o f jo u r c orresp ood en ln n to -U ay tssuo c a lg a t ta c to n to th e e o m p s rs U v ey axn&ll Dumber o t students ta k n g m ortem lan - gna gea n tbelj- A r t s oonree a t the UnKftr- s ltv ; and, lk e m any oth ers; b e w on ders w h y th s shoatd b e tha rase. One reason, and n m y opn on th e c h e f reason. s th a t v e r y m a n y h oys and g rls -who do w e ll n m odern s n gu o ges s t sch o o l a r e p rev e n ted h x ou r m a trlc u la U o a rcgn lau on s fro m e n te rn g th e F a cu U y o f A rts. n recen t y e a rs h ave bad n th e m a th em atcal clataea, ss m o re o r le ss n n w U ln g m em b ers o t th e lunlty o t S cence, q u te a n o m b e r o f stn den ts w b o v o u ld h a r e en tered A r t s t tb a t F a c u lty dd n ot re q u re a p ass n la tj n a t th e b l a r stan dard as a n ec e ss a ry p a rt o f th e r m a trtcu latlo n qu allf- o a tlo o ; an d s t ll m ore h a v e been p rsven ted trwm e n te r n g tb e U n v e r s ty a t a ll bx th a t, regu la to n. O ur U D lr e rs lfr, n ts tendl- tlo a s t o r e n tra n c e to A r ts, s U n d s b y t s e lf am on g tb e u n versu es o f A u stra la, and, on e m g h t say, am on g the B rtsh OAlveTeUes. t s because th e studes o f th a t F a c u lty a re so v ta lly m p o rta n t th a t m any o f us c on tto - u a lly r e g r e t th e ctfn a erratfve a tctto d e th e tr n v e rs lty adopts vh eu a n y change n th s p a rtc u la r Js ad vocated. A n d w th a change fn tb o e r tr a n r e re gu la to n t w o u ld b e w e ll to m ake a a g u a g e con rs e o th e r th an E n g ls h -oom pulenry f o r a ll stad ents fn A r ts. am. etc.. H. S. C A R W. T h e r n v e r s lt y, Jan. 3. Cbt ajpwp Bornng Strata.? T U E S D A Y. J A N U A R Y OUR KXAM.VATOX HYSTKM. : V -. TO T H B B D T O R OK T H B H B R A L D. S r. W tl you k nd ly a llo w me space f o r a few rem arks on ths n te re stn g subject? The w r te r o f a re ce n t su b -leader com p la n t that (h e c rtc s d o n o t s u ggest a o y aubstltut-} fo r the p resent d efec tv e m ethods; but othor RUb aa p rev a l n the C o a tln e n u l u J v c r s -- b avc o ften been suggested. P ro fes so r C a raow h ts one nat on th e head when he u rges tb s t a b gb pass n Latu should not b r demanded a t m atrculaton. T h e sam e ap p les to Fren ch snd German. Au entrsdce e ss m lu s to n sbould o o t bo p roh b tv e ; but tb t regu la to n b a t proved <40 to m a oy students. R em ed y -let tb e studsot e tu r on s reasonable pass and p rep are hm (Or the h g h er su n d a rd a fterw ard s. A few oth er su ggesto n s: 111 A llo w th e stead y goc4 w ork Of ea h academ c y e a r to count to the cred t o f tb e student, and n ot m e re ly the Rnsl nerv»>-racktng few hours spent. n w r tn g, o v e r lln te d e ta m ln a tlo n p ap cre; ( * ) le t th ere he som e o ral work n e v e ry exam n a ton, and a llo w t to count equ ally w ltb tb w r tle n w o rk. T h s p o n t s v ta l, especal-, ly n m odern foregn languages. 48) ct ua have one o r tw * w ell-q u a llflcd foregn ers on th e U n v e r a y staff. Lectu re s gv en n a fo regn ton gu e are n fln lle ly m ore n te re s t n g when gv en by a n atve, than when gven b y R Pouebm an o r an A u aralaalan. (4)1 D m a eh som e o f tb e tm e apen). s s d lauchh m f tu m n ortaore attached to. Phonctlos. 1 TO T H E E D T O R O P T H B H O la L n., lo f the m p o rtso ce attached to. Phonctlos. 5a r, W t h m u c h n te re s t h ave fou owwd thw T h a t study bas a c erta n am ount o f value; _. _ - n n n n A n v «r r v h «l a h n h h * w h C. h W (> B h n u l d O O t l l d e corresp on d en ce la yo u r colum ns upon o u r e x am n a to n system. can n ot fo r b e a r r e p ly n g as b re fly a s p os s b e t «th e le t t e r a p p ea r n g to -d a y, sgn ed "M odern.** W e h e r d n our m d st a b od y o f yo o n g xnao o f m a k e d a b lty and o rg n a lty, w h o h ave a lrea d y m ade n se- fn con trb u to n s la v a ro u s d rec to n # to m odern lan gu age teaehlttg. Som e a r e on tho s ta ff o f th s U n T ersty. o te rs a re on th a Etaffs o f o u r p ro m lo en t secon d ary schools. O ra n ted tb c y a r e eatnzefajrts, keen f o r th o a d ra n e a m es t o f w h at th e y lo o k upon as & sacred c a u M, h a r alm s and d ea ls are h gh. jt h e y gru d g e n o pan s sp en t n fu rth e rn g tb a a d ra a c e m e n t o t tb e o b je c t tb c y h a v e n T le v. W hat, a fte r a ll. d latln golsb es th e tv - ; la g lan gu ages o f to - d «y fro m th e an cen t ton gn aa? s tt n o t th a t the fo rm er a re a v e h c le f o r th e e zp ree a k w o f hrlbg th o u g h t? [One can n ot c la m to h s v e a m a stery o f a 1 m odern laa gw a ga o o «has le a rn t to.sp ea k t. And th a t s xtaero to e cru x o f th * J j m a tte r Des. W th dna ebccm ragsm ent tb e j e x p e rm e n ta l woerk tx t h as been begun a both sch ools and TJntversHy w lu floursh. A 1 new g eaerato o o f studanta w ll arse, who, 1 h a r n g exebazgad "u W lam p s f o r n e w," w ll be fu lly s esed o f tb e vatua e f tb e m odern roetbods and w ll eateh som ethng ot the enthusasm o f th e r teach ers. T b e pace msy b e s lo w, b u t tb e re a u lt t o os, a a p eo p le, w n bo g ro w o g ly.m p o rta o t. W e m ay n tm e e ve n hope to g v e o n r eon trlb n to n t o w ard s th e w h o le queston o f m odorn lan gu age teach n g, w h c h f o r th e p a s t d ecad e h as beeu th e su b ject o f m uch c o n tro ve rs y n a ll la n d a am, etc ; Jan. 3. O. M. H U N T. TO TH B EDTTOa OF TH R H SRAJ ). Sr. t s to he hoped th at som eth n g o od- { tru cl lve w ll com e o f th e jv e a e n t dscasslott o f ou r e ystem s o f teachjng an d o f exa m ln a-, tlon. T h e w h ole dffcu lty, n m y o p fn o a, > s>rlngs fro m th e w ant o t p ro p er co-o rd ln a - tlon b etw een secon d ary and te r t a r y edu c- tlo n, an d tb s Js ra p d ly e n g en d ern g a la c k, o f sym p ath y b etw een U n v ersty and sch ool, and v ce versa. E ach s o fte n fra n k ly > c rtc a l o f the oth er. T h s s a ll th e m o re, d eplorable, seen g tb a t tb e g re a t m a jo rty 1 o f our teach era a re th em selves produ cts o t th e U n v ersty, and ha-ve th o g re a tes t A f- ) fec to n fo r tb e r A lp a M ater. T b e o ve rh a s ty n trod u cton o f n ew er m ethoda n sch ools n moro re c e n t years, to g e th e r w th th e e n o r mous n crea se n the numhnr o f p u p ls u n d erg o n g -a secondary ertucauon. bas n e v ta b ly resu lted n m o re superflctal te a e h n g n m any qu arters, sm p ly because a a sfflcen t n um ber } f c om p e te n t teachcse w e re n o t a v a la b le. T b o re su lts &.-.. me< to g v e th e D n v o rs ty grou nds ; (o r f e a r th a t th e n o w er system s m ean t a p erm a n en t lo w e rn g n th e stan dard o f sch o larsh p, w b le b t w a s e n ttled to demand. Oo th e o th e r band, a la rg e and n e re a s s g body o f teach ers re a ls e s th a t, under e x s t n g oond lton s, t s u tte rly m m sblble to c o v e r th o sam e grou nd w h ch w a s fo r m e r ly c o v e red o n ly Wth c lasses o f sq ecally s - lected pupus- T t..; fu rth e r fe e l th a t the tnftduonsl u n v ersty e ystc n k ls to o rg d, Jn- Bofar a s t au ow s fo r no o pton w th n the lm ts o f fs c h n dvdual course. T td s a f e lt p a rtc u la rly n m odern langu ages. T ea ob e rs and tnught, a t achool and U n v e r s ty a lk e, a re u tte rly dscourarcd. t s h gh tm e tb a t a com peten t and m p a rta l n v e s tg a to n w e re undertaken. T h e M o d e m L a n g u a g e A saocatlou o f N e w South W a le s had a lr e a d y d e c d e d la st N o - vem h q r to m ake an e a rly and u rgen t anpeal to th e S en a te o f tb e U n v e rsty to a p p on t a c o m m ttee o f n a u lry T h e su ggesto n 1 m ade by T o fe s s o r N ch olson, n yo u r la s t ] S aturd ays ssue, to th e e ffe c t k h a t a Qo- v e m o e a t eommsstod be apponted w ould th e re fo re re ce v e th * m o at em p b a fc su p port o f th s assocaton. 1 m gh t p o n t nut th a t th e P rm e M n s te r..of E ngland ap p on ted a s fm lla r ron fnlaslon to nqu re n to th p os- tln o f m odern lan gu ages n th e edu ca tlon n l nyatem o f G re a t B rta n n Au gust, 1916, aud that th e re p o rt, w th valu a b le recom m en d a- lon s fo r re fo rm, has re ce n tly been publshed. The p ersonnel o f th e com m sson, a s suggested by ft o fe s s o r Nch olson, m e et* th e f o l lo w n g essen n l rcqu trem on ts: (1 ) T h e French lan su aee qu a lan gu age should b represeale?: 43) tb a n q u ry should b e o f a s trtc k ly fnpr Ua and Judca) c h a ra c te r; <3) th e n v e s llg a lo a m u s t be one o f sound m e thods Of teachng- am. etc.., E O. W A T E R H O U S E, re s d e a t M od e m -en gu a ge A s s o c a to n oc N e w S ooth W a le s. Jan. A but tt s a hobby whch w<> should o o t rde to death, and t bas c e rta n ly helped to dlm - nsh th e classes s t th e ln v e rsty. A s s s ta n t P ro fe s s o r.vtcholsoo su ggests «com m salon o f nqury. V e r y good. f the rgh t men w ere a v a la b le ; but does Sydney cnn laln an y such? A m a q m t y be an exeel- CDl codbul o r judge, or professor, w th ou t b en g an e x p e rt on the teach n g o f a speca l suhjeot. W h at about Mr. Pldrtngton o r Mr. L e v e r f le r f W ould th ey not be as good as. fo r n stan ce, a G lasgow U n v ersty man? T h * p e rfe c t vom m lsaoner. 1 fea r, could not he found n flydney. F o re g n laagruage teaeh ln g should be both erudte and prac- tc s l, p ra rte a l frst and eru d te nft rwarls, as n tbe case o f our ow n sn gusge. n my tm o a t th s U n versu y th e p ractcal sde was a b solu tely larkn g, and tb e a u th o rtes boasted tb a t t was rg h tly fo. sayn g tbat th e "t a lk n g m eth o d " Sbould be le ft to Cooks n te rp reters, etc. Snce then snme advance bas been made, but not enough; w e bave not ye t g o t th e re a l thng. A few y ears ag.> the "F o r e g n Lectu res S o c e ty " made a gre a t step fo r w s rd n the n te re st o f tb e Sydney publlr. F o r th ree or fou r y esrs con secu tv e ly th at Boclety p rovd ed scre s o t k c lu re s gven n F ren ch. G erm an, and ta la n. a e v e ry case hy u n atve o f one o f the resp ectv e c ou n lres. W e w e r* a b ly supported by fou r o f th e rn n uls, who w ere tben n S ydn ey.m. r h «y e f. M. W atteu w, H e rr K llla tl and S gn o r MaraflO, and by m any others. Fren rb. Qerm au. ta la n. E nglsh. Ve broke new grou nd tb eo. d though o th era bas fo llo w ed th at exam ple, to somo exten t, th em has n ev e r been an yth n g so successful snce. N o w th a t 80 many o f our s old ers aro com ng back fro m Francs, w h ere th ey (o U keen ly th e r need o f tb e lan gu age, perhaps th e y may help us to resu scta te tb s t v ery useful s o rjety. 1 am. ete.. M. F. H AR W O O D, e x -S e rre ta ry F o re gn ectures Socety, Jan. 7th. A g a l l a n t SLRGEON. HOXOUK LST. LO N D O N, Jan.. T he fo llo w n g honours have been gw ardsd to A u a tra lla a s C.M.G. M ed ca l Corps: G enera l Ryan, C o lo n el F. M arshall. G en era l L s t ; C olon el H. B. C o lle tt, W W. W atson. B R T S H E.\ fp R E O R U K R. C O M M A N D K R S C. B. K. l. C.olonela T. O rffltbs, J. P. M coltnn, M. M cw hae. M ed ca l Corps; C olon el H. C. M aundsley. O m C K R H ( K 1. M ed ca l C orps: C olon els Q. M lne, C. V e a t- m an; A la jo rs F. T. Beam sh. G. C. W lucocks. D e n ta l c o r p s : M ajor J. Down. F ly n g C orp s: M a jo r W. 0. W att. G en era l L ls tc o lo n e l S. Bru&gy. M ajo r G. fherrjotfton ṀEMBERS (M.B.E.). n fa h r y ; C aptan * G. K n g. ll. A. L e e ; L fe u te n a m * S. M aym an, W. P rce. A rm y S ervce C orp s: Captan 3. K. Ravage. G enera l L s t: C aptans C. R. M urphy, W. A. P a rrn, W.. P ro r. C o m fo rts Fund: M ajo r A. C. Barry. N K W Z E A L A X D E R S. C.M.G. M ed ca l C o rp s; C o lo n el B. J. O NellJ. C.H.E. M ed ca l C orps: C olon els H. J M clean, W. H. M srdon om. S ta ff: G eneral 0. P. Rchardson. O.B.E. n fa n try : M ajo r R. A. L a w ry. M cd va l Corps; M ajors A. B re w s and W. H. B ruce. P a y C orp s: M a jo r P. Brsndon. M.B.E. n fa u try : C aptans H. Kstsnto, H. K..M eo o w lo. C R. U agnay. M ed ca l C orpe: Captan l. S taples Brown. A r lu e r y : to p ta n G. H F o rs y llje. O rd a a sc * S ta ff: Captan N. J. L e vlrn. P o s ta l c o r p s ; C a p U a D. * McCurdy. «.«McleaU son o f M r. and C aptan a r tfe r u N o r th -r o a d. A b - - S*. o m c >» "» played «c k on Augua 8 laat of,suty. D u rn g t t a A m en s, h e fo llo w e d V llle r s S re to n n o w. D» secto n, ten d n g th e a ta c k lu g troopb " vray. sod a fte r th e tr o b je c tv e had A lm oa t S e d hls F.A.P. n the b een w h ere he w o rk e d con - v llla g e o f W a rtu je o d tfflc u ltte w th g re a t tln u o a sly * u rln g th o advan ce on the t e b l s h «l h l«alfo U o w lo g day. he e he ten -. " wounded under h ea vy _a r- C O LO N E L M A R S H A L L. C.M.G c o lo n e l Frank M arsh all. C.M.O.. t 34 year# o f ag e. and a son o f Mr. C. C. M ufsbau, dents t. o f E lu abeth -street. He quallfled a t S y d n e r add T n n s ylv o n a U n v erstes as a -n d establsh ed a p ractce aud *..[ j,(jrt*durlng th e w h o le orer. l l o o b ".. t.. l l. u o l» r g. t b..u buy., o.-.ur n l b r... r j...j b b + y «>. * ukv fonspu Uoua. o f. L. \ V :t l A -tr a U a n.. r M q u r n r e T l f r ; ; V a l # o fo r f lv lyears le ctu re r a t Sydney n tv e rs ty. n k lo he le lt Sydney a# a leu ten an t n charge " la d en tal unt, and saw serv c e n E g y p t a n l Lem nos. recelvlb g stesd y prom oton and ben g m en ton ed n dcepatchce. L a te r he w en t t o. London, snd w as gv en com mand o f th e w ho r o f th e d ental organsaton o f the A..K. n E nglan d and France. A broth er. M a jo r M s shall. s n th e ssm e h taoch o f tho s erv c e. Cht #pt)fg florntng Strata. BTBODAY, J A N tt A R Y OUR EXAMNATON STSTEM T O T H E 6 t r. - b T no SOo UouW W b lt lv c t o m a n y a tu d e n t* T b an d th e Btdenu w h o j l,. n *,1? H e r-n o d t b. T n V n?, * r ; - n.? n d V r l ; t. r «r r? n the D racteo f o r ffte e n y e a rs a t least. (3 ) M rs. H a rw o o d s n ex t rcco m m en d atlm s- " L e t th e re be som e o ra l w o rk n exa m n aton, a n d a llo w t to w th th e w r tte n -aork. T h s 3 e a rn e s t d e s re f o r a t le a s t 15 T e w s - n 1903 du taton w as n troduced as an o f a ll exa m n aton s. f th e p rn c p le w e re c arre d a n y fu rth e r w th ou t ad d to n al teach - lo g. w h ch s m p o ss b le w th o u t an n creased staff, th e dlfflcu U les o f th e can ddates w ou ld o n ly b e n creased.., (4 ) T h o fo u rth m p ro v em e n t suggested by M r». H a rw o o d lo: L e t uo h a y. " * 0.w e ll-q u a llfle d fo r e g n e rs o n th o L n tv e r s U y s u f f. " T h s h as been recom m ended by m e fo r m a a y yea rs, and e re so lu to n t o th s e f fe c t w a s put fo rw a rd b y th e F a cu lty n 91-, and w as a d o p ted b y th e Sen ate. (5 ) M rs. H a rw o o d s fn a l rocom jboudatlon s- "D m n s h som e o f the tm e speat. snd nm ch o f th e m p orta n ce attach ed to, phon - e t l c s T h a t study hus & le r ta ln sm o u at o f valu e- b u t t s a b ob b y w b c h w e shou ld not rd e to d ea th, and t bas c erta n ly h elped to flftnlnlbh th e c la s se e a t th e U n v et s lty." T h e m axm um am ount o f tm e d ev o te d to p hon e tc s n a fu ll tb re e y e a rs cou rse s 15 hoars, o r an a v e ra g e o l fve h o a rs a year. m ay add tbjtt tb ls m axm um s n o t reached. A s M rs. H arw o o d atta ch e s som e v a lu e to th e su b ject, one s tem p ted to re g a rd her su ggesto n an d s ta te m e n t as ron lcau Y o u r read ers m a y ga th er fro m th e fo rego n g h o w m ls u k e n c rtc s o f th e U n v e r s ty m ay be. should be d e lg b te d f M r. P ld d ln g to o and M r. L e v e r r e r w e re b o th Added to the com m sson w h ch proposed. R ut w h y does M rs. H arw o o d m s re p re s en t m e b y su ggestn g th a t had nam ed a G lasgow U n v e r s ty m an? am, etc., G. G. N C H O LSO N. T h e U n v ersty, Jan n ary 8. TO T H B E D T O R O P T H B H E R A L D. S r, t s t o b e re g r e tt e d th a t P ro fo s s o r N c h o ls o n s le tte r dd n o t ap p ea r e arle r. H s fretn a rk r e "c u r r e n t m lsu n d ersan d ln gq" w U l no doubt, be e lu cda ted w b en th e commlb- js on s appon ted. One fa c t stands out p ro m n e n tly. v s., FVench s p ro b a b ly th e le a s t a ttra c tv e o t th e su b jects a t tb e U n versty. T ea ch e rs o f, an d e ve n m a sters o f, th e s u b jec t n ou r h gh sch ools s tro n g ly ad vse tb e r p u p ls n o t t o U k e F re n ch a t tb o U n v ersty. A s one w h o lo v e s th e F re n ch language, but m o re e s p e c a lly th e P re n e h th em selves, 1 con e d er th s d ep lo ra b le. T o an advaneed stu dent. P ro fe s s o r N c h ols o n s a source o f de< lg b tfu l s c h o la rly n form aton, snd M r. B ren - Dsn s tra n sla to n s a re a reve la to n, but tbe p o n t a r s e s w h e th e r tb e s ta ff s n o t ll- advsed n n s stn g on to o h gh a standard fo r en tra n c e to fr s t y e a r F ren ch. P resu m sb ly th e m ethod em ployed s d r e c t," and ye t w e h a v e students, w h o h a v e ga n ed th e r M.A. a t the U n v ersty, w hoso e ffo rts to con vey.th o lr th-sughtb b y a fe w w ell-con n eeted sen- ton ces o F ren ch a re p an fu l. t s to be h o p ed tb a t w ben th e com m sson s ap p on ted th e n va lu a b le e x p eren ce o f M r. n s p e c to r 8..L a s k e r, M.A -, w ll be p laced a t the b oa rd s d lep oaa. R U P E R T D A R C Y -S M T H. T ea ch e r o l FrCucb. Boys* H gh -street. Jan. 8. F o rt-s tre e t. T O T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. S r, 1 read w th g r e a t n te re st P ro fe ss o r N c h o U o n a le tte r n the. "H e r a ld o f th e 4th o f January. T he dea o f a p p on tn g a con m d ealon em p o w ered to n v es tg a te the qucblon o f th e rn e h n g o f m odern lasgu ages a h r sch ools, and a l th e U n v ersty, s an e x c e lle n t one. hope th a t com m sson w ll e(t>ecally stu d y tho qu esto n o f the b ea rn g o f tho teach n g n the second ary sch ool* u p on tbe teach n g s t the U n v ersty, and t e r v ert.*. 1 th n k a g r e a t d ea l o f tha fa lu re o f som e o f to students nf French a t the U n v e r s ty s due to th e la c k o f co-o rd n aton bera ccn the D ep a rtm en t o f PubUc nptructon»n d th e U n v e r s ty. T h o can dd ate prep ared n Fren ch by th e old m ethod fo r th e rav- n g c e rllfc s te. lau * a t th e d lctafon te s t a t th e U n v e r s ty ; w h le th e one prepared by th e d rec t m ethod s unable to m ake the tra n sla to n g v e n lo hm n hs frst y e a r o f A rts N e th e r m ethod r e a llv b rn gs tho at-adent to th.- n ecessary le v e l, a llo w n g hm to fo llo w th e Fren ch cou rse a t the U n versty. f a M tlle m o re o f th e "e n le n t s c o r d a le," w h ch re gn * now betw een F rance and G reat B rta n, cou ld e x s t b etw e en secnndary schools, and th e U n v e r s ty on the qu eston o ( French, a much b e t te r resu lt w ou ld certa n ly be ach eved. f c «l e erta l th at the c ou n try whch has c v e n t* g a lla n t Aneacs to flght w th ou r b rave P olu g w ll w ant to h elp our tw o nr-tlota to keep 40 cloa r ontact s D e r to w a r. But lo be fren d s * m ust undor- g f«n d each o th e rs language. am. etc.. Jan. 7. M A T H L D B POGNON. DENTAL ASSOaATON. T h e D ental A s s oc a to n o f N e w South W alesk b eld ts ao n u s m e etn g la s t n gh t at.th e R o y a l \ S o c tety a H oons. when th e h e w p resm ca t (M r. lo C. C h au vs l) was nstalled. 1 M r. C h au val. n h la p rosd eu tla l addres*. Purged th e c o-o p a ra to o o f a ll dentsts, w th th * o b je c t o f tu rth erln f th e n terests o f the p ro fesso n g e n era lly. H e d ep lo red th e fa c t j th a t an am a ga oa to n o t th e varous d e n ta l. s o c e te s bad not been eonsummatr-d. * Thu fo llo w n g offce-b ea rers were e le c te d ; Pre«J<leat. M r. *G. C. C h au va l: vce-p resd en t, M). V. M ck cr o ; deputy w lce-presldcnt, Mr. ; j. J. F. M cm an us: hon. treaau rvr. Mr. A rth u r L e * : e x e c u tv e re co rd n g secretary, M r. H H o l- U n d e r ; g e n e ra l rcco rd tn g s ec te la ry. M r. F. V. L t t le : c ou n cllo rs. Dr. M axw e ll A llen..mesar*. W. R, F ltss tm o n *. Y.. Jones. W. Younger K. Sutherland, R- H. Grsen. F. W. d. N e h o lu. D r. H. L u b eck, and C.. M oscs. A musk Rl prngram m e u m cohtrlbutod to b y M rs. P r fe r. M r;. HalJ. M ss H..CummooZ Merer -M an fo n, MuUn#, tlc h a,q t -s? S 5 :

3 289 WOMEXS COLLEGE. KKSGNATON OF THK PRNCPAL. A t a m netlqg o t th e cou n cl o f th e W o m en s C o lle ge h eld re ce n tly a le t t e r w a s read fro m th e p rn cp a l. M es L o u s a M acdonald, M.A., reagqlbg h e r p osto n aa fro m June 1 n e x t j d th e course o f a le tte r addressed te M r. J. T. W a lk e r, charm an o t h e c o lle g e cou n cl, sha s a d : " T h s re a e o os w h ch m o ve m e te resgn seem to m e rre fu ta h le. h a re h eld th e o fllce f o r n r o r ly 27 yea re. T b e la e t fo u r years h a re b een a h o a ry s tra n, p a rtly b e cause o f th e gen era l condltods b ro u gh t ab out 1by tb e w ar, p a rtly because o f th e u n expected ly rapd g ro w th o f tb e c o lle g e t s e lf. cou ld not g o on w th ou t a re s t, a a d t s n o t a good thjag f o r a n y c o lle g e to h ave too m any changes n ts m anagem ent. A s n an y oase 1 cou ld n o t bold offce fo r m uch lo n ger t s evd en t fo r tb e w e lfa re o f th e c olle ge, w b lch has, f o r o v e r a q u a rter o t a cen tu ry, been m y c h e f con cern, th e p res e n t s th e beat tm e to m ake tb e change w h ch w ou ld be n evtab le n. a fe w yeara. s h a ll b e p rep a red to s ta y tl) yo u can a p p on t a successor, but 1 ehould lk e m y re eg n a to n to take e ffe c t tron the,.b e g n n n g o f n ex t J u n e." J t w a s m e re d b y M ss F a r fa x, seconded b y,.m rs. H. E. Barff, an d c a rre d unanm ously, M T h a t the cou n cl o f tb e W o m en s C o lle ge re - c a lv e h e re sg n a to n o f th e p rn cp a l, U tae! Lou sa M acdonald, w th g re a t re g re t, and w ls A e s to exp ress d eep ap p reca to n o f the d ebt th e cou n cl and tha c o lle g e owe to h er fo r h avn g d evoted th e b es t o f h e r lfe to the n te re sts o f tbe c o lle g a an d f o r tb s h gb sand&rd t has reacba d under h e r w lss gu ld- ta n ce." U w a s re so lv ed to a d v e rts e th e p os to n a s w d e y a s pob Sb* n G r e a t B rta n as.w e ll as lo A u a tra la and N e w Zealand.! t s an n te re stn g and n o te w o rtb y fa c t th a t o f th e fv e o r g n a l m em b ers o t the cou n cl o t th e em b ryo W o m en s C o llege, who on D ecem b er 24, m et anq congrm od thc appotn tuen t o f M ss M acdon ald, ae p rn cp al, tour (M rs. K. F. B a rff. M ss F a rfa x, M r. J..T. W a lk er, and M r. Ju s tc e R c h ) w e re p re sen t a t th e m e e tn g w h ch re c e v e d h or re - s lfn a llo n. h avn g been con tnu ou sly con n ected w tb th e n eltu lo D s n c e ts cstabafa- n en t. _ Cbt 5>plnfp Hornna jatralb. SAT UDAY. JAXrARY M ODERN.A N G U A G ES. 1 When lhe anulstce was sgned a cor- respoudent o these columns sugsestetl thut tlr ublaflon was utsccfg. and that t tefered wth tho canddates who R-ere Httng for the leavng certlloue exmuuton. l-ron that seetl las spvug a corre.pondonce whlcb has ever broad- enod ts ranfe ujd ha.h produced some very ntcrestuk opnloh. A t trst t was con- cerned wth the jneaton whether these canddateu sbould not have what, u acutlc- mr flrelca, la paradoxcally called a pout murtet" although t otferu them u chance of rcsurrwhrn n the shape of a dofcrrel examnutlod. Jrou tha t proceeded lo attack 41 sysum o f edueutton u whch the tc.s of compotencc u the ablty to pass examnatons ruthcr than to acqur** know- mlgo. lrom thc exanuatou system to fhe odhcatlon system s but a utep. aud many corrckoudonts saw n tbe former only a symptom o f a radcal cvlj u the consttuton of the luler. Then tbe controversy took a new turn aud sngled out modern languages as a part<ujar nstance of the XuUurc o f oar system to get the results expecea o t t. Here, for onco, jthe correstondents were unanmous. Voces from the Unversty, thc school.0 and the luy agreed that eotnethlng was wrong. The matter on whch they dd not even attempt to agree was where the shortcomng lay. The teachng o f foregn laugnagef s a hghly ntrcate and tecbok-al bua- ness nto whch the outsder wll ntrude wth eantlon. But one does not need to be un expert to realse that n such studes Australu begns wdtb an mmense handcap. f a language s to be anythng but a lead luguage t can be properly learned onlyhy speech wth tbose who use t as ther nhturul language. To ths day mmy who can Uceronau or Dcuostheulc perods would be badly at a los.s f they w tre suddenly translated to ancent Boroe or Athene. Between a luguage canel aa a lterature and as a mode o f a4pech there fs an noense gap. That s the frst of the dffcultes whch Australan teachers must fa**?. The vast majorty of ther pupls must leam whal s gong to le for them a wrtten and not a sm>keu languaga Tme and tbe pow ers of ndvdual absorpton beng lmted, many w ll feel that t s better to suable a pupl to read and enjoy, for n- atanw. the wealth o f French lterature v,lch the past, the present, and the future guarantee hm than tu nsst too much upon tbe pouotllo o f grammar and pronuncaton. A largo percentage o f those n Au»- trjla wbo leam a modern language learn t only for readng; they do not propose to wrte t; tbey w ll have small o»j)or- runlty of ayeakng t. f ther course has «upped them ro read freel.v they w ll be well sattele. and we, as a communty, wll proft by tholr aeeompllshment, lmted though t be. W e do not for a momout HUggtvst thjt the teachng o f modern lau- guages should mean only that an Austra-1 jjh Bbotld l>e able to take an ntellgodt (nterest n the affars and lteruture o f the rest of the world. There are studenta who [nteud to makettoodem languages thetr specalty, and others wbo regard thomj merely ae part of tholr scheme o f general 1culture. t sltould not be lm»ssble to dfferentate between the two classes. Frouj anyone who htends to teach a language or to K)Ke as an authorty on t a hgher sttudard must obvously be Uemuudcd. Bu.the average man, who takes the subject [because be s attracted by t uud as an (offtoual subject, mght be allowed to d.s- penae wth some of the specalat s re«ure- menta. Kepresentatlves o f tbe rnverslty and the schools argue that they make allowance fo r these cases, but the system s Slll 80 uncoordnated that nether knows exactly what the other wants. The Unversty cannot gve anyone tbe credental o f a "pass untl he satsfes tbe staudanl; the schools cannot be sure of presentng scholars who satsfy that stnmlard because tbey lack properly traned teachers. They lack properly traned teachers because.vew South Wah>s stll regards expendture upon educaton as an unfortuu- ate necessty rather than as a sure and proftable nteslment. Tbe rejwrt o f the connkwon on modem languages proposed ly several correhpodent.s can be prophe- ed wthout nu-h dffculty. t would say tbat te work o f the schools and the [unversty should be brought nto closer touch, each realsng the others lultatjou* and oblgatons. 11 would Huggest that every teacher o f a modern language ehould Upend some tme u the country whose j language he professed. t would, suggest that spccttllst.h should teoh ther own mbject nstead of wustlng hovrs pn routne. -Ml ths would coal money. The educfltodul uhortes bavo not neglected thoho reforms tbw>ugh mere ndolence. [They are more ave to the needs o f our educatonal system lau tbe layman whose belated nterest haa been Hpasmortlcall> rousel. The war ha. gven them n l*et- ter chance of achevng tbelr ambtons. We realse now more than ever that knowled ge means povver. am that f we are to hold our own n the xlrenaoxs tmes ahead o f us we must projan- ourselves. Tbe. world bus nuoffod snce and new condtons lave cmphflrlsel tle mport- urtce of a knowledge of foregn tmgmges..tn the future w Hlmll have more ntercourse wth France than over tefore, nnd there are other.mles whose languages have mrjchto offer n.s. Sentment Jud utlty alke bd us promote tholr study and leoournge tbelr studmts by every means u our power. t b a t no c red t w h a tever could b e g v e n th em (o r b e n g a b l«to speak fln e o tly n e th e r! lan gu age. T h la wan a g re a t n ju stce, and on e w b lch te a c b era o f m odern lan gu ages Snd tt, hard to fo r g v e. T h e c r a o a t th a t tm e to r te a c h n g lv n g lan gu ages e x a c tly on cla s sc ln es w a e ao gre a t th a t t spread e ve n to th e W oasen e C o lle ge, w h e re on e o f th e o th e r stu d ents and w e re p o s tv e ly forb d d en to s p e a k F re n ch aod G erm an a t ta b le, on th e ground th a t " t w a s too lk e a b oa rd n g s c h o o l!" T am. otc.. M. F. HAR-W OOD, e x -s e c r e ta r y F o re g n L e c tu re s S o ce ty. Jan. 10. T O T H E F m T O R OF T H B H E R A L D.. Str, H a v n g fo llo w ed th e corresp on d en ce n yo u r coln m n s re la tv e to th e te a c h n g o f, Freu ch, m a y f p o n t o u t th a t none o t th e c rtc s, e th e r o f th e U n v e r s ty o r o f th e scb ools. bae touched w b at s ee m s to b e th e ro o t o f th e w h o le trou b le. T h a t Freu ch s unp op u lar a t th o U n v e r s ty s c erta n. T h e r e a son s tb a t t s n ot easy to obtan a pass, a lth ou gb n m y op n o n, th e stan d ard fs n o t to o hgh. T h a t th e re s a la c k o f c o -o rd n a ton b etw e en tb e U e fv e r s lty and secon d ary school teach n g la a ls o ndsputable. E ven t th e d esred co-ord ln atton w e ro atta n ed, t s d ou btfu l f much m p ro vem en t w ou ld resu lt as fa r as ra s n g th e standard s c o n cerned. although th e p erc e n ta ge o f U n v e rsty passes w o u ld p ro b a b ly b e som ew hat h gh er. T h e reason s, sm p ly, tb at, lk e an yth n g else, F re n ch cannot b e tau gh t wthout c o m p e te n t tra n ed teach ers. E x c e p t f o r th e E ducaton D ep a rtm en t s tra n n g c olle ge, th e re a re no fa c lte s o f an y knd h ere to tran n te n d n g m odern lan gu age te ach e.s. W h en c e do th e o n tslde sch o o ls recru t th e rs? t, s s a fe to say th a t 96 p e r cent, o f them should n ot b e te a c h n g F re n ch a t a ll. t s m o st d ffcu lt to fnd c om p eten t m odern lan gu age te a c b ers. One o f th e m an gu eeto o s an y com msslot ap p on ted to n qu re n to th s m a tte r w ll h ave to con sder w ll be tb e e s ta b lsh m en t o f aome knd o f an n sttu to n to tran n te n d n g m od ern lan gu age teach ers, A n o th e r w n be h ow m any o t tbose now p ro - jfe s s ln g F re n rb shou ld b e a llo w e d to teach,? 1 am. etc., Jan. 1 1 ). A. W. J. B U LTE AU OCR EXAMN.YTO.N SYSTEM. T O T H E E D T O R O P T H R H E R A L D. Sr, n re p ly to A s s s ta n t P ro fe e a o r N lc b o l- «o n «accu saton s J shou ld lk e to e a y th a t w h ere re fo rm s needed, th n k much good s j often done b y d scusson n th e P ress. T he U n v e rsty and thc S ta te sch ools aro publc p ro p e rty, f o r w h ch w c a r e h e a v ly taxed, and w e h ave, th e re fo re, a r g h t t o k n o w a ll about (th e r m ethods, p ast a o d p resent. N o re fo rm s e v e r brough t about by s ec re t d plom a cy. T a k n g up th e p on ts n o rd e r a s b re fly s s possble, f l ) A s s sta n t P ro tc a a o r N c h o ls o n a d m ts th a t tb e re g u la to n fo r c n g m a trc u lan ts to ta ke the h gh er p ass p ap ers n F ren ch an d Germ an s tll e x s ts, b u t s n o t enforced. Thta speaks f o r ts e lf. H o w a r e te a c b ers and stu d eats t o k n o w f tb e rb a n g e s n ot n otfed n th e U n v e r s ty c a lend ar? dd not allu de to one sp e ca l case, b u t to th e case o t m any students w h o w e re d e te rr e d fro m th n k n g o f m a trc u la tn g b y tb a t re gu la to n, an d b a v e e n tered th e U n v e r s ty as un m a trlcu - la ted students. 1 c an n ot a ccep t A s s sta n t P ro fe ss o r N lc b o ls o n s o ffe r to qu ote th e nam e o f a student w ho p resented h m s e lf f o r m a trcu la to n fve y e a rs a g o. H e w a s advsed nn t to a tte m p t th e h g h er G erm an pass, but, b oy llk e, sad. 0 b, l should tk e to h a v e a shot a t t ; perh aps m ay fluke th ro n gh, and w a n t t o m a trtc n a te." A qu esto n w a s ra s e d a t th e tm e, W b y m u st an cntran ca exa m n aton n a m o d em lan gu age b e m ade so d ffcu lt? N o o ffcal s ats facto n w a s gv en, b u t o n e o f th e s ce n ce p ro fe ss o rs exp la n e d th o m y s te r y b y s a y n g : "Som o f tb e A r ts p ro fe ss o rs a re an n oyed because th e y can n ot n ow fo r c e a ll students to ta ke Fren ch o r G erm an n th e frs t year, and so th e y p le o n tb e a g o n y a t zn atrleu- a tlo n. (2 ) f c re d t s n ow g v e n a t a ll tb e fnal y e a rly e xa m n aton s f o r good class w o rk d u r ng tbe terms, ths also shoum be made known. A gradu ate o f f a r less s ta n d n g tb an 16 y e a rs te lls me, f th s s so, t m u st d ep en d on th e p ro fessor s m em ory, fo r no n o te o f t t w a s gven n class. (3 ) B y o ra l w o rk m ean, o f coa rs e, an m p orta n t r t v a v o c e e xa m n a ton n th e fo r e g n tongue. D c ta to n d (M n o t c on s ttu te such a te s t: t s school w ork, and e lse w h e re n n t beard o t n u n v erette s. A n yon e who has, been p res e n t a t a r e a l v v a vo e e t e s t s a y, n j th e S orbon n e, a t P a r s, o r n Z u rch, o r n P rcb T rg-n -n ad en, can m a gn e h o w an y p ro - feesora a t one o f th ese m jv e r s tle s w ou ld lau gh f h e w e re to ld th a t s to d e a t* a t tb e S yd n ey U n v e r s ty w e re re q u red to p a s a a "d c t a to n te s t," (4 ) f a resolu ton w a s passed b y th c S en ate n 1912 a p o ro v ln g o f th e ap p on tm en t o f o n e o r tw o fo r e g n e rs o n th e U n v e r s t y s ta ff, w h y has t n e v e r b een c a rre d o u t? T h e r e s a Fren ch p ro fe ss o r n th e M elb ou rn e U n v e r sty. W h y m ay w e not h ave one n S ydney? f such w e re th e case, m a n y o u tsd ers, p os t- gra d u ates snd o th e rs, w o u ld b e d elg h ted to atten d F ren ch le rtu rea g v e n b y a Fren ch m an At th e U n v ersty. Just as th e y d o n th c case ot a ll fo r e g n le ctu re s a t tb e C o n tn e n ta l un- : veralttes. (5 ) W b at s a d a b o u t p hon etcs ap p led to tbe scb o ols as w e ll as to th e U n v e rsty, b e cause f tb e la t te r dem ands a p h o o e tfe te s t the sch ools must p re p a re f o r t. M a n y teach - f>rs o u tsd e o t. tydney com pla n ed b ttterty th at th e y w e re o b lg ed to teach p honetcs, w hch th e y bad a e v e r le a rn e d th e m s elv es, and had no m eans ot le a m fn g t. understood tb a t F ro fe s s o r M a c k ls w a s a gra du ate o f th e G lasgow U n v e rsty, a s b e 1b[ not fra n k ly a p o lo g s e, but h e s a grsdu- a te o f som e Scotch U n v e rsty, an d so f a r a * l ; know.--.ataa Mt a n y fo r e g n e e n tre. r p m WOMEN S CO lu BCS. nversty of Sydney. AppBcat n«tre nvwd for th# post cf P B N C P Salary o4-0 p.a.. wth board and w e n o e m CoUege. Panculara may be obumed Secreury, Mta. E. M. Kluhardn*e. B.0, ashley-atxwt. O>atp«l»od. to wbom age and luu quallbcatona. and menal* (sx copes), muat be»ent not latex than S M March, MD. ylobence FTTZHABONOE, Hon. tea. S Y D N E Y, T U K D A Y, J A N U A R Y M, 1» «. MSS LO USA M ACDONALD. a n EDUCATONAL PONEER. CREATOR OK THE WOMEN S COLLEGE.. L ow n f, t w 7» Y W man bora, fo r fftc b w h en he to o k h s but he m ust A rst-cla ss honou rs own d egree o f U n v e r s ty ho tm e and n e th e r passed a J th e r Uvea, w h le M ss L o u sa M acdonald, who w ll soon b e th e la te p rn cp a l o f th e W o m en s C o lla g e. s one o f A u s tra la s edututlonal p on eers. H e r sue- ressu r w ll b ave a d ffcu lt ta sk, but n o th n g lk e s o d ffleu lt a s M ss M acdon ald fa c e d 3G yeans ago. a-hen sbe cam e out fro m S co tlan d to b rn g n to e x sten ce a o n sttu to n th e fr s t o t ts k nd n ths cou n try. t s bard now adays and a fte r a ll t t n ot so lo n g ago to re a ls e th e am ou n t o f ress ta n ce thc p ro je c t w a s m e t : w th, even n q u a rters w h e re one w o u ld not b a v e suspected t. F o r som o tm e a num ber o t p a tr o tc aud en-! lgh te n ed m en and. wom en bad w o rk e d h a rd to c u ltv a te opnon and c o le q t m on ey f o r th e es- ta b la b m en t o t a W o m en s C o lle ge n con n ecton w th S ydney U n v ersty. B u t m any p eop le, j w o m en as w e ll as men, w h o w ou ld subscrbe.g e n e ro u s ly fo r an y o tb er purpoae, w ere m ore tb an n d fferen t to tb s. T h e y refu sed to lend an y su p port w h a te ve r to a n y sch em e f o r Che h g h er edu catloo o f wom en. E ven when t was fou n d possble to esta b lsh th e c o lle g e th a atm osp h ere o f o p p o sto n rem an ed s tro n g, and t b ad to b e o ve rc o m e f th e c o lle g e w as to d e v e lo p aa t sbould. t has been o vercom e, bnt o n ly gradu ally, t has beeu overcom e by the e clla ge ts e lf, an d b y tb a t as an exp resso n o f M ss M acdon alds p erson alty. T h o se fe w p eo p le w h o a w a ted h e r a r r v a l m gh t have e x p ected a p rm b lu e -sto rk n g w th a bunch o f k ey s a l h e r g rd le. n s te a d th e y fou n d a v ery a ttra c tv e -lo o k n g, n atu ra l young w om an, g e n tle and sym p ath etc, but w th an unexpected v en o f g ra n te when o p p o sto n o c cu rred. e s p ec a lly n an yth n g con n ected w th tho c olle ge. l l s qu te possble to reason w th M ss M acdon ald she tk e s tb a t but n o on e but a fo o l W ould have tr e d to b ro w b ea t h er, even then. K n d -h ea rted, m o th e rly and a ffe c to n a te t o h er students, and a t th e sam e tm e a k een s ob olar and th ou ghtfu l an d w e ll-re a d n v e r y m any d recto n s, she s fa r fro m b en g e th e r un- w o r ld l} o r unable to U k e care o f b ers e lt, and, w b a t bas alw a ys m a tte re d fa r m ore to b e r. th e c o llr g e. Ths w a s a fa c t w hch soon m p ressed t s e lf w th con s d e ra b le fo rce upon p e o p le w b o sto o d n tbe w a y o f an y ot b er p lan s (o r the c o lle g e s advan cem en t, o r upon e x to rto n a te trad es p e o p le fo r th a t m a tte r. S h rew d, re - Bourceffl, h ard -w o rk n g, sngle-m tn dod and fu ll o f enthusasm. t s hard to m a gn e a n y one b e tte r ftte d (o r th e w o rk she undertook. A S cotsw om an, o f course, and a b rllta n t gra d u ate o t th e U n v e rsty o f London, fe llo w and tu to r o f h e r c o lle g e. M ss M &cdonad had w o rk ed at h rr fa v o r te subject, a rch a e o lo gy. n, G reece, s o d la t e r a t th e BrJUsb M useum, w th tb e fam ous D r. M urray. She came on a v s t t o A u s tra ls, and seem s fro m thp frs t to b ave b een a t tr s r le d to Us p eo p le. She h as even a d m tte d to b en g n ea rly as fon d o f th s country. as o f h er own, and th a t la a g re a t d ea l f o r a Scotsw om an. P ro m th e day when she began w o rk w th a s n g le student, o r e a r le r, when ahe w en t th rou gh tb e plan s o f th e c o lle g e w th ts a rc h te c t, an d e a r le r s t ll f o r tb a t m a tte r. M ss M acdonald had one d efu te d ea l b efo re b e r : an n sttu to n not n ec e ss a rly m o d elled on N ew n h am o r O rto o s r an y o th e r E n g sb n sttu to n. but w h ch should sut th e n eed s o f wom en o f th s country. A c o lle g e s v e r y m uch m o re th a n an h ostel, a m ere te m p o ra ry h om e f o r r o u a g wom en who a re a tten d n g a u n v ersty. f w o rth th e nam e t m u st s x e ro s e a r e a l and a s U n g n flu en ce on ts students lv e s, and tb e n atu re o f th s t n- Quence s n a tu ra lly a ll m p orta n t. A c o lle g o c rea te s an atm osp h ere o l ts own, a c o lle g e s p rt and ou tloo k. t c rea te s th ese th rou gh and by means o f ts students, but. e s p e c a lly n a new c o lle g e and n a c o lle g e n ew n knd to th s cou n try, th e p rn c p s l m a y p la y, a s n th a case she h as p layed, a v e r y la r g e p a rt as. g u d e an d s s p r e r behnd. M ss M acdon ald s a m bas a lw a y s been to» «. c ou rage am on g b e r stu d ents a ll-rou n d d e v l! nrenl, w th as mucb (reed o n as * n ecessary th a t, a t an a g e when d evelop m ent com es v a n a tu ra l: a d ev elo p en t n such d re c llo n a w should enable th em to p lay tb e r p art as w o m e r f e ffce n t w h e th e r as w v e s snd m o th ers, gff h ousekeepers, as te a c h ers o f the fu tu re g c n «r r t o n, o r n an y o th e r sphere o f w o rk w h U * th e y may ta ke up. T o th s end she has am ed n o t 80 mucb at th e s to rn g o f q u a n tte s o f k n o w led g e (alth ou gh th e U n v e rsty honor# ls ts m ake t qu te c le a r th at th at rd e haa n ot beeu n e g le c te d ), a * a t th e d evelop m ent o f a llround m e n ta l p ow ers and o f the cha ra c te r behnd them. B ut th e c o lle g e and ts products a re her m on um en t: b y th s tm e th ey need n eth er Justfcaton n o r p ra s e. )R)t Hornng Stralr. W E D N E SD AY, JAJTOAEY 15, OUK EXAMNATON SYSTKM. T O T H E E D T O R O F T U B H E R A L D. S r. T he s o ftlo n o f th e p ro blem o t mo; n lan gu ages n th s S la te V as re ce n tly gv en lu a paper read b e fo re th e m em bers o f th e d o d ern -anguagp A ssocato n. T h e le ctu re r» m a n c on ten to n s w e r e : ta ) T h a t th e g r a u l, am o f the m odern langu age te a c b e r sluuj l e bs g v e students th e pow er, and ospp-laly th e d esre, to read th c lau gu age s lu d k d ; (b ) th a t th c w r tn g o f a fo reg n lan gu age should n o t b e ta u gh t e xc e p t to th e v o r y fe w w h o m gh t p ro ve th e m s elv es s p e ca lly endow ed u th s reb p ect.e, tb e honours s tu d e n ts: (c j tb a t fo r e g n lan gu ages should b e q u te o p to n a l a t th e m a trc u a tlo n e xa m n a ton ; (d j th a t ar students s b o o ld be aw ard ed a pass n a m odern lan gu age w b o can succosaully tr a n s la te a p assage o f "u n s e s n " nto E ngsb. and th a t th s shou ld a p p ly not o n ly to tbe e a v ln g c e rtfc a te but a lso to th e F a c u lty of A r ts. A c a re fu l a n a lyss o f th ese v e ry sane sug- g c s tlo n s w ll show th a t tb e lr adopton would p<ve s a ts fa c to n to a ll classes o f students, and a lso to U n tve rs lty ectu ra ra and toachs w th ou t n a n y w a y lo w e rn g the p res e n t hon c u rs stan dard. A com m sson o f n qu ry 1» qu ts unnecessary, sn ee on e goes on a ll the y e a r round. n th c person o f the n s p e cto r o f M od ern Lan gu ages, and sn cxpresb on o f o pn o n b y an ad m tted e x p o rt should carry fa r m ore w e g h t than th a t o f a body o f casual T ls to r s who m ay la c k both p ed agogc al ex- p crlen o e and spon lan eou s n te re st n th e wujk. T ru s tn g th a t som e g r e a t cbange w ll be m ad«a t oncc. am, etc. Jan. 12. R. W. B. TO T H E E D T O R O P T H E H E R A L D. S r, Wn you k n d ly»h o w roe space to add a fe w to tha c o lle c to n o t grtaucea re s p e c tn g ou r e xa m n a ton system, w h ch you a ro so gen ero u sly v e n tla tn g? 1. T h e n te rm e d a te and le a v n g certd cat«f O erm an p ap ers (l o qu ote a g la r n g cas<r h ave, n re c e n t years, been much to o dffcult. M ore than on ce a b a rd -w o rk a g b o y has com e t o m e n d esp a r, shown m e tho p ap er, au- Aflkcd m e w h a t th ou ght o f t. h ave a l-j w a ys p ro m p tly to ld b lm w h a t 1 D ough t o f thtfe exa m lo er. M r. Brennan w ll n ot be offended w th m e f s u ggest th a t h s m g h ty n te l-, le c t can no m o re be b rou gh t dow n to thr sch o o lb o y le v e l tlan a g a n t can be sqaeezed] n to a th lm b te. T h s u n far trea tm e n t o f hoys and g r s m ust csase W h a te v e r m ay be sad to ho ro o tra ry,! th e suprem e te s t o f th e p ro p er posaeaslon o f a lan gu age s th e p ow er to exp re ss t w th ease, c orrcs ta es s. and read n esj! w b n te ve r th ou ghts th e n d v d u a l concerned.w a n ts t o e xp ress. T h s s oven tru e o f th o M whose o rd n a ry c on v ersa to n s com m onplam J ; o r frv o lo u s. T h s fundam ental fa c t w as fu lly re co gn s ed b y P ro f. V letcr. o f M arbnrg,. one o f w h ose te s ts to b s can dd ates w as tu exp e ct th em to reprod u ce n th e r ow n w ord s th c substan ce o f a short an ecd o te o r fabw w h ch h e had ju s t p rev o u s ly read aloud a them. N o can dd ate should e v e r g e t h ours w h o cou ld n o t respon d m o re o r less s a ts fa c to rly to th s te a t.. T h e pronn n cla- tlon need n o t be a b s o lu te ly p erfe ct, but th# n e a re r to p e rfe c to n th o b e tte r. f th s! p ra o tlc e w e re n troduced h ere. t w ou ld frg h te n o ff th e 250 yo n n g p eo p le w h o each y e a r "h a v e a shot a t honours, and g v e tha E du ca ton D e p a rtm e n t th e useloes exp ense o f p a yn g e xa m n ers to w ade th rou gh a c re s of, w a ste p a p er n search o f a fe w re a l sch olars.- 3. W h a t a p ty th e U n v e r s ty encouragea! froroature b o y s and g l r l to a tte m p t to n t e r fe r e w th th e je a lo u s m ys te re s o f Fren ch aod G erm an lte ra tu r e, when the p u re ly ln g u s tc fe ld o t re se a rch s ta e lt tn e x b a u s tb lo n ts c u ltu ra l p o e s lb llltes. M rs. H s r w o. s qu te rg h t w b en she says lan gu age-study] shou ld be p ra c tc a l flrat and e ru d te ajtor-; w a rd s y e s ; lo n g a fte rw a rd s. A s ft s, fh e (h obb led eboys and th e flappers m e re ly dlsv; : g o rg e p ep ton lssd dosea o f a lle ged k now led ge c on s stn g o f 6 p er cen t, o f tb c fr own am orph - ru s con v cto n s and W p e r cent, o f tb o 111- j d ges te d, second -h an d lufottoaclon th e y r e -, e clve. am, etc., Jan. 12. H. W fl S H m B. M.A. T O T U B E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D, Sr, M o s t c rtc s n a d vocatn g ro o t nnd branch re fo rm s n exam n aton s, languagw- le achn g, etc.. a re g n o rn g the fa c t th a t th e futu re holds b r g h te r p ro sp ects fo r tb e "fo r e g n c o rre s p o n d e n ts " n lo c a l ofbcas than f o r tb e odd c.od ver8atlonatlst w h o m a y le ave th ese shores to push ou r p ro d o c ts oversea s. t w ou ld be, u nw se to ta c r flc e th e p resent lessons fo r c o n v ersa to n a l s p a sm s L e t th e la t te r baj added to th e tm e ta b le s, o r n co rp o rated w tlf! tb " gam es, m eals, and o th e r occason s w h en som e n te re s t can b e n futod. T w e n ty y ears a g o o b u n e d a B paas to Junor Germ an, b u t fro m th e gro u n d n g re ce v ed lo th a t lan gu age 1 w a s a b le flv e years ago to buld a A o rk ln g k n ow led go o f D utch n a v e r y short, tm e, when n tro d u c n g A u strala n frm s goodst to th e H o lla n d ers o f J sva. n tact, sx w cekaj a f t e r lan d n g a t Sourabaya, g re a tly astonabed: a fe llo w -A u s tra lla n b y com m en cn g to c o rres p on d o Dutch. H e refu sed to ess a y auch a taak. th ou gh he. a fte r tw o years* rs sd e o c e n J ava, spok e th e lan gu age v e r y w e ll. N d afl] o f th e a p o a re n tly m u ch -d ep lscd te a c h n g o f m od ern lan gu ages h ad he re ce v ed aa a scbool b o y n.australa. h ave lab bled n l A t & l G re ek. F re a c h, O ennan, Dutch, a o d M a la y T L v a re d e xp e rvn c e as sch oolm aster, pressm an, c om m erca l tr a v e lle r, and r o w ss a U n v e r s ty student, t a ll le a v e s m e an ard e n t advocata f o r as m uch L a t n and E n gsb as can b «. cram m ed n to th e tm eta b les o f th e h gh er) n s ttu to n s. am. etc., Jan. 13. P.V.R.C.

4 m A. 1 B ro k en H U P ro p tt. o r r o f s e ~ s «l.»tn r. BKLP FROM THE UNVERSTY. TO T H E E D T O R, O P T H E H B R A L D. 8» r T h e re can t «d ou b t th a t you n g tnan b as ban h ls ed u ca to n n te rfe re d w th b y tho fa c t th a t h e v o lu n te e re d to s e rv e bb c ou n try n th e h ou r o f h e r t r a l and n ecess ty. T h ese m en w M l re tu rn to th e r hom es. n som e eases, q u te unft tq read f o r a d egree a t tb e U n v e r s ty, an d n o th e r ease# t 111 be n ecppsary, fro m th e p o n t o f v e w o f h ea lth, th a t th e y shou ld lv e n th e n te ro r. T h ou gb th ese m en a r e u nable to read f o r a d egree, t s a o go o d reason w b y th e y shou ld rem an uneducated a n d u n tram ed n th n k n g. Could n o t th e g re M u sefu lness o f ou r U n v e r s ty be exten ded n som e w a y? 1 k n o w th a t th U n l- v a rs ty exten son le ctu re s and tb o w o rk era tu to ru l c lasses b ave done a g re a t d ea l, but t should be p o s s b le fo r th e U n v e r s ty to roach even m o re y.oung m en, a n d old m en, too. f a c orresp on d «cou rse w e re s ta rte d 1 b e le v e U w o u ld L;. o f m m en se b en eft to hundreds o t yo u th s w h o o th e rw s e w ou ld havo to fo r e g o th e b en efts o f a U n v e r s ty tra n n g. 1 do n o t su ggest th a t th s corresp on d en ce eou rse should cou nt to w a rd s tb e ta k n g o f a d egree, but t w o u ld b e o f g r e a t h elp ff tr a ln - to g mcd w h a t to read and h o w to thnk. K o dou bt th e re a r e o th e rs w h o a r e fee U n g th s need, aod m ay g v e e xp re ss o n to t now tb a t tb e su b jec t s opened. 1 am. etc., Jan. 14. B x -O H A P L A N. A.LW. THE CLASS WAE. TO T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. S r, M av c o n gratu la te you o o th e su b «s ta n c e a n d tb o s p r t o f y o u r le a d er n to d a y s ssue. f» e a re e v e r to s o lv e " t h e p o b le ra o t th e c lass w a r " s s tls fa c to rly. w e m u st b cgn as you >us3cst, by fra n k ly ad - m c n g. f e xa ls. Ttae evd en c e f o r t s e x L k vc tp to o o fte n saaumod to be o n ly th e u p a s d o n v d s ta e m e o ta o f S O la U s t a g tators, SH t cltad*.-ngourem found expresson on ly a m on g the, w orkevs. T b ls s n o t Bo. t s nut o n ly n w o rk m e n s tram s, b u t a lt o n h o te l sm o k n g ro o m s tb a t on e g a th e rs evldonoe for tbe exsteuce of the claw wgp. H o s tlllly U. h ow eve, a n egatve th lo g and reco n stru cton s a poa v e one. N o t o rg a n s a ton on th e b ass o f» «c la s s w a r, but c a r e fu l and s ym p a th e tc n q u ry f o r th e tru th v b lc h u nderu es th e v eh em en ce o f c la M a s - togounm s s th e w a y o f a p erm an en t s o c a l reoonxtc uclon. T h e d o s n g w ord s o f y o u r a r c le p ro m p t mu tc d -a w a tto n lo n to a l>ody lu N ew South A alee, x le d the W o rk e rs E dn cu tlou dl AsBOclaton. w h ch has, fo r tho p aet fv e ye a rs, been w o rk n g n th e fa th th a t " a com m on e n d eavou r to undprsand tba tu-art o f a ll soc a l p ro b le m s to quote yo u r le a d e r o f S aturd ay s th e b es t w a y to p u rfy o u r s o c a l arran grm on ts. T h s assocaton, w o rk n g w th th e T u to ra l C lasv U c o a rtra e n t o f th s U n v e r s ty, has o rga n sed c u.*«e 8 n e con om cs, p o ltc s, s o o o lo g y, and the Uke. f o r th e atudy and UtacuRsloo o f s o c a l p ro b lem s undr com p eta L t tu to rs. T b e tono o f th s c lass d scusson s la so m uch n th e e p lr t o f yo u r lo a d er th a t am p ro m pted ate d ra w a tte n to n to th e m ovem en t. T b e re are n ow ab o u t 40 c lasses o rgsn sa d th rou gh th e S la o. th e m a jo r ty b e n g n tho m o ro p oh s snd w e bavq o v e r 700 stad ents. T h e s ole q o a l- flcsh on f o r en< m u co to tb e so U n v e r s ty tu to r a l L}a«Hes lb n lllb gn ob s to stu d y th e c o m m ou p ro b le m s o f ou r s o c a l lfe n a te m p e r - Rtn B p lt. T h e re a re n o exa m n aton s, n * c e rtflo a te s, c o d egree s, and th e fe e s a r e m e re ly nom nal 6 a y e a r. f an y o f ttae read ers o f yo u r a r tc le n S aturd ay s ssne aro p ro m pted to c a rry n to e ffe c t th e sound and s en sb le ad vce w h ch t c o n t a. s h a ll be glad to hf p them by gvn g tbos partcula rs ab out th e cfsattf w b cb f hnve m en - llon ed.. 1 am. e.. Cf. V. PO R TUS. T h e U n v e r s ty, Jan. L. s r r m. - - P Y D N E Y. U K D A Y. J A N A R Y THE L NVERSTY. FOURTH YEAB EX.VMTNATONS. Tb* folloslng are addtonal result* of eum tnatos:- FAOULTY OK ARTS. M.A. Examcaton. le of he Frento verb,",ew1*, Srrlngton, B.A., lyeocb, p a». r. \ a tty OK MEDCNT., v T,. HEDCk DttnctoD. RevrKge. Loro* D«Tle, B.Sc. Adcock, favld. S S. r ; H.n,r. w. 0. B.. B.D.d, H H : arq. Credt. Ullnewerth, H. T. Jeffad*. J. T. U * 8r>w». fc fc l.jr..:h. V. N. Mssde, J. n. Moe*. H. St, U Pke. E. ). dtott, U J. RlTrtt. E. W. SoetKe. K. fc Stark, n. Tr*nnery, K-_ Tr*nnery, t ft. S TD N E ft, S A T U R D A Y.J A N U A R Y f p lb T c a t o n. U N T V m f Y OK BYTJaa?. t r Connely. T. J. fc CYHlcr. U. Uc-nellau, J. J rox. N. «. o. Kurocr, C. fc Centre. K. H- GentUe, S. L. Cud, - Grete. H. B- R- tlol. W. J., fcsc. r x o L T v O f arksct,. P.SO, KXAtffNATOy. r of Pnblk- R sh b ltlo t*.n t n be allottetl by the m lrm lto la March, lu ol raerrt hown by the examlna- AWARD OK PU H Lr T.AHrBmONB ttvoer THE u S r f t r a T AMENDMENT ACT. W l A nttaber < hundrrd, wld L. 191S oa the order c l m em hown by ton for TyNxrng CVrtfK»tf«held n The BxblMtons wlr >* - H o «The Art prordrt aleo thrt w a resdent n New South cotoprte *t *>.rt exttnutkme. s } ta equftlle wth luch rtudent n n! j Wtov- but tlc number of Kxhbtlctw» be * n o t l to su<h person* *h*n not cxcewl per eentmn ol he.a Exhbton, fh bolder must fotthth matrcutatc n the *cd Pn>«wth h* *tudk» a Brordance wth the»-tu x- exempt from tbe ysywen <u wawcuraoon. wmd. at. ow anfl tw- y - uw T l w tla n S.nJKDAT, FEHBDABY r «. l r r f Jt.. M. A..» M «* - ">«} Mered. " 7 b.; 6»U h, Eda. L.; B» - a. " F k l Z. fc.t H-: M a."". K.; H». 1 ah.e. C. L.; *«! 1 x V e l l. w. T. D. B a rt-. H- B ; KWta. «B.; Bafla..aJM, c b.; ry r t, E. F,. E.A.; SaaH.l. S H.; S w E t. W r : C-; ro a ltm, H. O D V.n tlrt.. " E.Ll tadltn. O. B.-. UuckhMn. T.. V :»eq. H. B ; Eaner. R. h - Hughe*. J.; Smth, N. fl uzt U, t.ftmwttong. H. JL;J W j T, " j c Klgour. nether; Grten. J. C.; **5 elr, W. H. Bekson. W.L ; Pttar. Y. E.: "ood- hll. \..: «w- PASd (Al<h*b*UcsD. Bojrw. G. F. BurrelU.V E. W- CUub. E. T T ta MATROULATOX KX.UCLNAWN < «tnnce on MOXDAT, MAJUTH Srd,»19. *t» *? at Uw Unlversly. Fee. 2. vtfvw» jtu. A cordettuw exaotnaon lor rbteb NKXjE BSLL acholarshus n Mechancal LYgtneerng wd CQBrert on the *am* day. Pee, *. 1 daklld*tea entry fom* «* y ta obumed at the verdty and jtould b# forwarded *o a* fts aden *ad Kegrtrar wth the pre*crtbed fee not latw thsn FRPAT, FKBR ARY Ttb. TEAKLT AND DEGBEB EAftpy A W O? OnadUata are remnled that KRDAT, FKBRUABT T t o S t o e lart day for recevng entre. for the Marvk ExaalBtton* (Paa* and Honojs). n all c s*s ot Deferrrd Examnjlona th* eoty torm.. Warden and R egl*tm. Z OF g T W B t.y S Y D N E Y, V O N O A Y, J A N U A R Y LEAVLNG CERTFCATES. HONORS UST. n eac mluecv tw ooccebsful rondkfalra ar* srrane*d n order ol mem, tatb for Honor. and Honor* J l KNGUSU. Honor* - kgrgaret A. Clarke (Fort Street GUk tta Ttan*** (Fort 6 r «t OkU Hgh M ), J o ".. s. taulcy (Sydney aranmar Bchu W lllm J. Kolaml (8c J o» «a OoUege. Huner* MUU; FbylU* M..ftnderaon (Methodst ta d l* College, Bur- woo }, *nd OaJdr H. lller <N-«wrart* Jllfh Bchool). aeq.: Dorothy ft. ft ha -P-Tanuttk Hgh nchool); M«r- 3WW C «.,.ta ll fsarrvd He.rt C o n r f ta v ;; Keorth Mewor (Sydney Cbxch of Eagland Ortamar rx d w l); Sunl«> v. Chapman (Holy Cro** C.ollege, Ryde): John J. W*Upe (SrtHnfton CoUetre hunnore), Margaret K. R..raat (Prwbyenan tatfc Crtlege, Croydou). and Maya - V. Greg-Smtth (Prnffy. a n Ldo. t»lk g c. Pymbk). aeq.; Cora J. Jennlng# ( l a a * Conrest Bdnol. \v«s Maltlafrt: Ethel M. Thofno, tmclaklk laajes- <ft>u**e. RurwM:!); Arthur fc " c l * (Sydney Osn-h of Eo land Crutnar School); 1AHUr Ctapell (Nnrtfc Sydn«y floy, Hgh.School); Hbella A. B. MLeod (Ahbotteff), und Barbara 0. HafM r OfrMbyterfaa Lndes tollcge, Vovdon. aeq.; End M. l. Whte (ft. Oeorgv Hfjd Rcbool.Kogrnh); Doreen C. Dmne (N.-dnej- Grl* Hub n Jko); s*u ft. K, tw rj (l-re*jwterlan Ladle. fouege, (Yoydon); "TUlan. A brandsh (."t. Joepb College. Hunter * HUl): Lra- J1» a. MeUUe (-Sydney Cuuh of mgland Grammar S(W0o>. Mooon L ET!fr. t. ft".nd:e..ru (MetbodlH Udle** Collegey. U «CN«. (Sydney Glr* HfcrT. S-)!), and lallan P. Pluskeu (Tvmworth Dstrct.S-horh. aeq.; James M. COonM ll (St. Jowph s College, Hwrters H ll): Pre<lerb-k Johmtnn (ParranutU Htah JamM J. Mlntaab Btr«et Boys Hgh ScbcoL. and jl-hn fc Yate* jk > t fcutland Beys Hgh Schoul), *<<1 GKUoO. MaeMUlan (B.tbnr*t Hgh School): ftwu- M. Hnukey " «K Matland GrK Hgh )>cboo)};.w] lam.ftl. Byrne (bydney Boys Hgh 8-foul), and Ldher... Wlleon ( 1 rmbyteran Udk& : XcJ F. JBenjamn (B.v»twy Grammar Srtool): hmmw GBlbrmr fc>l"r*t Hgh rohool). Bradwy W. Ooodwn U «h rtt Tnal. b. M u»oa lnew.au.uc Hgh Scbool),.nml Wng {Hydney Grammar bdxrol). aeq.. JsJ* K. P r - \ "*rt UaWand < k llhd Scbeol) and Dorothy fc T. nr «*» Nnhool). aeq.;.r*u. Jtnbertaoa ("ou oogong ll:s SehooH, rroam fc Trauey *,Dbta Hgh tttool); Vcv..,!:. t. Arlrrw Port btreet Sojr Hgb Scbool) and Robert L Mepb«. ydney Ununmar brbool), aaq.; MsKotu B A t-larlaa (Sydney Grammar School), ftlrm F. (tallally (BodUda Nratrnl Bay) aad buney (. Taylor (Tuorml CoHegc) aeq.. (reoffrtv B. Rex (p rrtu «tu.l) and Clare Ryan (St. Vm-euC* OoUege), aeq.; Keth fc Q. Ktrkkal (North MydDcy Boy* Hgh School), AKter U. Mackay (.Base Matland Boy* Hgb Srtoo;, Dorothea M. bhel don (Sacrod Heart Convent Scbool, Uwc Bdy), arx jn n w e A. "htleld (Sy«ltwy Gmmmar Sdsqpl), aeq.; KachWn R. Car; (Abbotsegb), Tlema terl (Wol- loogong Hgh.fr-hol). and Prank B. Uwruro Waxgh Wauga Hgh -H.. j;, anq.; Tbeudora M. EagMnd (Tam- Detnrt aul Geoffrey B. Hawker (Onuge Hgh ttcc::. -..; (bert "..ftsbhv (Fort S tr «l Boy»* Hgh School); Danel B. Bakemore (Newcarte School): ttarv A*":!!! (S t ftfotjent, Cnllegey; Jfranoa A. Ocgrara (SL llement * CoUege, Galong). Kath- aen fc Rt-ft-vrortb (Metbodu Lrtlro Colleg?), asd Roy t. T et[ lr N.vth Sydney Boy* Hch Schooly, arq., ftoreeoo fc CcetaUo (North GtL- Sehool) trtd rank.1. HoweU (Nyd«Boys Hgh. $00)). a*q.; Jamw J. 1 eunqr (De U talle OoOege. ArmWale), Ronald J. Krkartf«a (Fort Street Boy* H)gb Srtooy. nd Flepefwc Brroope (Barred Heart Conreot Sthool, Ro«. Bay), nfq.; Arthur A T. AlUn Bathurrt llfch School)..Nora M. Broanan (.Su AmUatcu -. (Yjllrg*. Oleh* Ot. NapokoK 1. LrtUr* (Chrsta# hmtkrr Oedlege. Waverqy), FtaucU Uem (Sydney Boyf Hkro Sdool), and na H. BuWan Sydney rl* Hgh School), aeq.; Sdney Bowyer (Oraagr l l j.x-hool) and John L ). Ftward* (Scota* College), aeq.: Edvard G. < k m ll (Chrstan Brothers C o lk. WavarRvr), Uu Dawwm (Hewcast* Hgh frhorn, and fclna J. FrlG chart (Hammatta Hgb ttebool), aeq.. Joha W. Brourhtnn (Ltanore Dltxrt School), OUdy f c P. n u u e r MathodA Udk> CoUag*. nurwoud);» «y Jaow* (Newcsrtle Hgh School). *nd OUre H. MrtU ((ThRrd rf- rngadd Grammar Sebo<] foe (UrU, hrllwlnre). aax; BtelU T. 7 * % ftletry * (V>ll*f*, Pam nulla). Luvy KacMthon uj.rcj Heart (Anvrot Shoot, Uow BajJ. aod.lanre.ft, V..;.- (Sydney Hgh 8cl»00l), a*q.: fttnle U. Howell (.t. SmrrftB ("U e g rj, MtUe MonteJh (Armdale Dfctrct Stbool: Twua* P. Hyme (St. JnuTh t CoHegc. Hunter * n ll); Oornellu.- J. Drfly St..K>h* OoUege. HunGrr. Hll;, aud Tor- #0» B. Orr ( UcthodCnt ladnt (Mlege, llurwood), aeq.j Regnald S. HnghewVm ( atramatu Hgl Shool);.ton. «a. l d «Korth.Sydney Bo.v* lugh KcAool}: ftbb enrw Rley Ot. Vn-enf* College) OH»e Bogcn (W jgga "a m a Hgh aa-ool), wm Alfred 11. ftarcoc (Orange Hlg- Srbeol) aeq.; Jkmw F. M CMHocb (Fort Street Bojre Ugk Srhor.;). and fksnk Smnwn (BydncT Boy. Hgh bchoou. acq.: Mabel MUsn ParranatU Hgh SrhooD. an<l Evelyn U. Rayncr (New Etarlarf trto ft-bocd). acq.; Marjore R Hlerket (R*dUmd«, Neutrel Jtu.v). Fnay M. Matthews (Jt.edney Gfrk.Hurf Scbool), Naner "toom e (.ftbbotslrgh), and llda O. furlw (Mrthodta Lades <A>11m(*, Burwood). w q.; Arthur fc Fredercks ajwnore DUtrrt S«hoc). and Bud N. R. NumoM ft-:«kt Malttorxl Boys tgu Srhool). jtrq.: FrtlM retttcoe rsydnev GlrU Hgh Brhool); V>»w A.». Haw :.- (P-nanalU Hgh frhool): U la Smth (St. Vlocrl rt (Jollege). and Towdrd O. ThotOMjn Oydne" r.ranuaar S--hool), aeq.; Tereta MKlnl<7 (S. JoM!to «TVsnng brhool. North 8vdn«v). astd Ere H Pwtt <\e«rreton rtollege, Staaore).*q.; Vctor W..H}<le Sydne\ B o y Ufcl Stouol), and Katb- tam M. Soutbwrtl (O b u m m «b Srborf). eem (korre K. Marterwfck (Nort> h»drw» Bqys Hgh S rh w ); Roger L Atkn* ( P a r t B a Hgh Btoool): Brotheft* College, Wa- rr ney Gramtu - - of Fj»gUJ Grammar 5c.;.- ( Rydaey Grammar S rtb - (Holy Oram C<jlleg*, R-< Blgga Hgh bchool). N-. School), and b. Joln w. S. T.r.dlev (S y V C. MdvlUe (Syde*y ChuxtoS. r-rl Makolm S. tt Larlaa*.. ".; aomlry V. ftapm s....wue T. ("a ggtt r-fljamn ( f y Granr- fc Plrkln (Ne-*»»5t1e H.gto School), aeq.: <1;*-;. H. f brke (Techncal UJt S«*oal), Awdry F. Jullu. Gramnur Stoool) fchn P. Mackerrs* (Sydnev crejsrtrxw bchool), Chr.«tan J, M CaJTrey (ChrWn Rmther* College. Warerley. WU- laro A. Goddard Ktmlburn Hgb Scbool). and Dorothy V. Nchol (Pam m tra Hgh School), acq.: Ronald K. Mnrray (Teqchnral Hfth stocwl), Hanr Amado (Fort Street Hgh fobooj), Harry fc Wlnka] 1 "*gg» "Y g g a Hfc S<-bool, at»d Lndon W. Wng (yd Oramnr Sckool. Jeq.; ftthrtcue* R. Kntd (d n ry Church o f England OraqnMr S T r-:). George R. Hethcw lagton (Sydney Church of Krsl-ssa School). lt.-"n «*m E. (CortS:-.-. Hrltocrf (Sydaey O n n u #r 8>:fool) a» l Frtd C. ne.v BoyC Hgh vhoo), aeq.: GeoCrey X. TT.date n M rh t -?uj6l); Prank A Hredh- (Ar-... hyloe.t H!g!. - ho.-.l); HMtr] Y. Oro*>(Sydo«y GlfU Hgh \ Vxnntrt* rtm...h*f t*b..mrfot*,. TraDg, V.)-- mr-. u«u».$ *>oej fotnol), Verontce Denaher (5St,- Jot,*!*. Schoel, North Rvdnsy), a m Xwua* lnrurel Dgtrert 1 Srhool). aud "m. P. Mato. (Port 8 t«e t Bopa- Hgh SrhooL aeq.; Roy V. Jtasrd* (Sydney Boy* Hgh F.hool),.»TwW K Fb)u» (Haret BroCen Hgh, M..Ar, TMrttgtua-yV: Very c. JmlMM (Prl>af# Study); Gavn K r f.g.m SaaU Cbllegc, BahuM): ; " llum fc Manlth (TVfrt Strwt BeyC Hgb Srboolf; Hhetla G. Madrty (rdney GDs tgl Subool); ra Maher (l<-t*d Heart Conretrt Stowl, Bene Hay): U o ; fc Mnaad (. (erth -dnt - Bojrf Hgh.sdtooj; Nelle 1 L " * fffgney CfrW Hgl StooolA BdHJ a "K>«d (Rydsey Glrh Hgh bctaoo!). a*q.; V *u W. 1 nm«tw: frrehatd*. Keulra Bay), and Prank r. Ste.. ftflm ;tt>dd*y Ctaureh of Englaad Ursmtrur Scboot). : s«q L.ftTl. Snnor* T, Malcoln S. N. l-trbm (SydnrT Grammar.School;. " U H w A..-"Ufley (tj»rl*t«n Brotlere CoL legf, " avcrlc), Atthar Opell (.North fc)dn*y Boy* Hgh Sehool), Fncnt A. fcwke (Parratnau Hrt Sctwol. N le n n 1. letters (f.hrtsttan BroUer Col- Hre. WaverUj. Arthur M. "euh (H.vdney (%>wh of Sogland Granuoor brhool. North Svdnev).Percy.Sher. man (bydney GsoMUsr bcmo), Verbury U..ftndrew (Fbrt Jttreel Boy» Hgh btoool). Maraaret A. Clark* l-or* Mrert GflP lugh Scbool) and Dougla* MD. SUwst (T*rc«Dfekrot School), acq.; Ua MNca t d- ney CrW Hgh ScL.al). Horors f. Wllh,t. Dgnam ((lhstun Brottarf CoUege, " a t v le )). Kdwart C. Sgan Fort ttueet Boj Hgh bcbuol). Kvy ft. Hdward* Bo>» Hgb, Scbort) and Un M. VaallenUrte.8t. JQwph < ourge. H n n u r s H U ), a * q. : n a M. o n tv a n (M vd n ey u lx Hgb Stoool) aod Kcftard P. "httrhotue(east Matland Hgb SOvol..aeq,; Marjore Cftunptall (Sacrrt tuart Coav«nt, Hoea Bay), SlwacU G. C)rroU (Ohrtan htrathu* College, "atercy), Dna thmrwn (Nowesatle Hgh School). Uobert J. Malcolm <aree Datrtrt Scbool) snd BUnor M. M. Smth (>am aatu Hgh Scdxwl). aoq. GREFS. Honore. Makokm & tt Earlam (Svdoer Gnmmar Snhort). Arth;r CMpeU (North Sydtf BoyT Hgb bcbool). HoDon n. Lawrence O. Brglqr (9t. dam rt* CbL «e. uaoof), Ua MNse (Sydney Ork Hgh School), Neel Meagher (St. gnatlu* Colege, Rvenew). rbengh Honor*.- Uargsrtt A. CUrke (Port Street GrU Hgh School). Ftworca C. Byant (:dne) Bqy* Ugh School), Nancy Oeborne..ftbbotarfh). Thonta Gal- brau (Bathund, lugb bchool), Dorothv fc Taylor (Par- nunatu Hgh School), and ftny M. DUthew* (Sydaev Grls Hgh dctool), a*q.; Kathleen Ruth Oorn (.ftta botmelghj ;md Arthur CapnU (North Sydaey Boys Hgb SduMl). aeq. W r * L lawrtotte. A. N**b ( " «g Mrtttand GlrU H; ta School), Kthel A. Tboraa# (North sfjdney lurlg Hgh fc-bool), and Bchart P. Wbtehowo Ka«t tuad Buys- Hgh Stooofc. aeq.; Dorothy V. Nchol --unatts Hgh Stoool)..lamre P. M CnHortr (Kort Bo>a Hgb Scbool). Daael R. BJakeroore (K«wr Hgh Sdamlj, AUao fc 8. Vlefcen (Albury VU- jtwebool). artd Arthm- M. WeLh (Spdney Cbuth rf glaod Gfsmmar School), aeq.; tteua Q. Mackay ydney GrU Hgh Sclwal). Helen M. Hggtw (St. M t f ora Hgh 8cd»oo. Kogarah), No«l Meagher <. JgnaUn* Ooleee, Hlvm lew ). and Shefla A. R. taod (AbhotJJdgfa). aeq.: Un M. Vallentlne (91. Joreph* CoHfge, Tnr.ter* Hll), CacO T. CDd*rwoeKl (Mudge* Ugh Brvooll, and EtaU Morbese (West Matt- Uod Grt* Hgh Mrbool), aeq.;- Nrl P. Benju)l» JShdtey Grammar School), Douglas M D. Stewart (Taree Hbtrrt ffcbool), A l(r«l H. u>rd (Fort Sttart Bqyt Hgh Scbort), John H. D. Rdwvtls (teot* College). Haael V. Crowe (Sydney ODU Hgh School). Ern*«.ft. D. Hawke (ParrMontta Hgh Sctaol), Henry Petrlman (Fort Street Bnyg Rtgh School), dm B. M*rtn (Sydney Grls Hgh Schorf). OERMA0. Honor*. Margsret A. Clarke (Fbrt Street GHa Blab Scbool). D o r * T.--Rnth Tbomaa (Port Street OW* Hgh Behoool). Fanny M. Matthewa (Sydne* GrU Hgh S «). B c M A. Gray (T «b «ca l Hgh 8 d»of). B qnm O.-ATttur M. W a l * {ByrtnrT Cmreh rf B «r tau GrsTpraar Sehool). wnkun J. NgM D ((" " Hgh School, LewAam). Eat-J P. Car Jl, Bro«her» ColeXv. "..vcrfcy). Ge..ff:c.y B. Hawker (Oms- Hgh <rtool). " lm J. U w rw re (TehaLA Hgt.h;<jl), FnncU ton? (Srdnev BoyV Hgh ScboeD«hlotuena A. Todd (Our jdy ofmentr College, Par- ramtta), ArtEnr R. Chappr (North Syrlncy Boy* lld t Scfaooll. LHy.H. Mt nr (Rydnev GDs THgh Stooolfc and an Y. Vallvnt;.t (St. Jra«pb«College. Htrter a H ll), aeq; Heather M. Row (Sydney (NrU Mgta PchooD. and FYdderek D. Venahlos (Teebncal H.School), aeq.; teorge.m. Clough (S.dDn) -ammar Bchool), Arthur W, Str.r- MarUt JtroUerv Hgh Bchool. Dar$ngbo»vt, atrck.1. h a trr (M rut Brotherf Junf n *r S p a u f» re>tta (lathhn.t Hgh.Stta. 411H V:,-. K. M rtfch (Parvw- matta Hgh Stool), a r;.: "H am K.. Vfl Bbmey (W.g c* WaggA Hgh Scbool). Jamea J, Delaney (De la SnDw Oollece. Armdale). Charlotte L A. Noto ("e r t MaltUnd GrU School), ar.d ftlhert fc "a rlw rtos (Onusgw Hjgf Schort). * «]. : FrancU U. Danell (frney Onrche «f RDgbr.d Grammar School). George fc Bryant (Sydnrw Ommroor Stonnl). Arthur Dmnng (.Sjdner BoyB TUg Sehool), and Olver U. K. Ward (Tetonlcal Hgh Staoolte aeq.; Hugh R Mllugh ( BUnf-laoV College. Bath- ursll, John 8. Crt>»Blb«>rp (Fort Klrert Rny* Hgh Srlwol). and Harry TJ.». Mmtley (Sydney Boys Hlgle School), arq.: Nur.nan T. noland GBt. Jcwephf Conege, HnmerF HGl). Kenneth ft. Odlng (Sv.ncv Grammag Bchool), Clade 11. Mller fnewaudle Hch School) WlHaru F. (MsMun (The Klwr* Scbool. Parromatta,- Tom tt Baker (Grafton Hgh Stoool). ar.d L M*Nee *" ney GrU Hgh Sc-hool). aeq- John Tl. D. >V1wards tt* (Jolkge). and Henry W. Knght (Tedutcsl Hgb... Ml), aoq.; Jomre N. M.<ln (SeoGt tollcge and Dard rf H f> School), aeq..r t«tald W. J. Mackar (Fort ktvc*- Hffh School) a.d R r* Rohert* (Scot** (. olegem -T -; Albert V (Techsteal Hgh School), KmncU (v ~ < «d (Sf. P a w L.- * Oon<*ee, GonlbuTn), ArUtr E. cflm r C-umnur BtomJj. Keth W. Hart (Sydnev Churcrh of Kagland Grsmnar Scbool), and O r l K. Randall (Prrramatta Hg!) Schnol). aeq.; Den* F. Barrett Sr. gnauos* C ollej R U frlew ), (fcrnet C. P. Jane (Tetonlcal HgU School). Waller D. Grdland (Totonlcl Hgh -S.hr )_ aud Selna Putorr rwolotgung Hgh.Scho, aeq. MODERN HLSTOUY. Howms. Stgnlcy V. chspnun O ld j Cnuw Oollegtw Rydc); c. Greg-Hmth (Pretoyterau U d W tadlege. Pjxnhle): Dorothy V..Nchol (Perrsmatta Hgfr. aohool); Angus R. Blar (Sydney Grammu- ta&onfc;; Dorotf} E. Taylor (ParTanwu Hgh Stoool); Basa N. R. flunmond (East Mafco-J Bo.* Hgh M mod j (. Undo H. MUer (Newtwtle Hgh School). Sant U»- tan.e (Atooulcgfa, "alroonga) and nu (S t, nucents (.ollege. Fotu PotBt), are;.: Wllam fc lft<w ( d (Fort Street Boys Hgh tahocj), ebury R. Andrew (Fort Street Boya Ugb School), Harold R - (prvate study), Edward R. Trarq>- (Dobta Rgt* b D. Bjnd.lohn J*rvt«"a tln g (Newngton Onlleg*} StoD ore), Charla* E. Bggcre (E *,t KaJllottl Boys Hgh S(-hool;, Margaret ArLhhaM (Tarko (FOrk Strew GDU Hgh School), and Lllan F. Ptanked* (Tamworth DuDot Scbool), aeq. Honor* L Barbars G. Harper (PreAyteren Ltdetf* (Domntan Omvens; B *-1 < "-B (BO" Boyr Hgh School), a*q.; Janee J. Detancy (Dc lot Anndale). Roy V. E d w «d. ( W? T r SchooJ). Shela 0. Mackay (Sydney Glrlrt Hnts ocboolj, and Katherne Dw*; (Dubbo Hgh Sdtool). aew t e S e V 0 * y fc Ba» er (A m U U e Dktrrt S c h F a jt fe Jtaodle (P a n s M lu d) Setorf) aad Jensette K. e. (North Sdney GlrU Hgb School), aoq.; krtbk: ". Andrtwn (e n Street Boys Hgh Sdob). Harold B. A m n g ( O e Uxgp brfjool). GOtart fty. Aahby r> taboodmargarct K. R. Grert "Awotoga), and EUe N. PhW 1 (North Sydney GrU Hgh Stoonl), aeq.: Glar Aurtln (ft. ftuwenfa College. Potb Pont), Volet kl ClrtD Hgh School), Arthur G. tydney Bo>? Hgh ftoooj.l, and caaoda (Sydney BoyW Hgl Ekffool. aeq ttorhere H School, DarUgfaurct), aaq PbyDt# A n d e ( M e t U dle*.ou el B m w ;«l) fr >1ftaw (.Sydney Boy* Pgh Sdool), #»! U ly 1 Menmnr (Sydney G U Hgh jtooc!., - Anute 1 >on>tta M. EBnudo* r.wcred Jlrtrt (TouvenU Rose Bay), t M > bflbuj (Methodlat LrJen (Sjllege, Rrnrood), OHre V. Walla-e (Sydney BojV Ugh &bool). d-td Rchard E W h tto. (East Maltnnd Boy* Hch School), aeq. R et J. Atkn. {PsramutU Hgh slbool), Botart J (ft. Jnreto * fo llr. Hunter. Hn). ) G w K. 8vd>*j- Bmw Hgh Bebool). Elrta Marheac (W ( JUttaud Grta* Hto Sthm.l), Bvelecn U..Morr (Fort Street GrK Hgh School). B th. rboma? (fo r t Street Olrlr Ulrh Scmo). and P adfat <r. Walknm (Neweastlc Hgh jtoool). aeq.; Bmrfe Ar- \ (Sf. Ynrenf* CtoU(«(;, Potf. Pont) and Fwres fc M-d.l]«ton (North Kydnrv 4HrW Hgh Sh.)oJ). aen.; Roy Bateman (Fort Street Bo.*V Hgh tt-taol). WlRlare fc Goddard (ColhurB U-jcn -School). Ghares F- T«ntxvt (T o n -treet Boy> Hgh School), and Edfth A. W. Vfrfla (Fort Strret GlrU ll xb Schoul). aeq.; Murel Ferrla (North Sydney GlrU Ugh Scbool), Jamw F. M OoDoch (Fort Street Bo.t. Hgh Sckm). Jhn S. Maron ((Yrtf ta Brodaere* rbllege, " averlej), and Florence Scroopo. (Sacred Heurt (Jouveot, KMr Bay), aeq.; rt* JJhor (fltrred H em (V-uvent, Root Ray) and Nelle L Wgtf (Sydney Grla Hgh Stoool). aeq. uv.scs. ) Honor*, - Arthur M. W euh (fydwt Chcrt-h of B(g( tart Unranvar.Sthool); Fraace loua (AjffluBy Boys H kh (wboc); George E. Umnt (Sydney Grarasuu bclmol; John tt ta()«y (Sydney (ranrar School): Frederck K. Vckety (Sydney (lra»mar SUooDl Awdrey F. Julus (Sydztey (rannar ttb M l); AtlMUbtna R. Ford (Sydnry Church of xghod Gnuumar School); John M. Adnara (Nort Sydney boyv Hgh thtoool); J.esle G. MelvHr (.Syduy C%urrh o( England (>raa.twr.school-; Am F. Markerre* (Sydney Gnunmar Kch. d ) ; katnald ". J. Uocuy (Fort street Boys Hgh Sctwo); leon L Letter* (ChrkUon Brotberv* (olege, "averd y); Lndoo Wng (8ydDey Gnmmar chool) am Ar<d- hald H. Dugnn (North bydney Boy* Hgh ae.; Alfradn. Hordng (.Sydogy -...,, tljupch o England Honor*. Jentcth.ft. Odlng ffw w v Grammar.School); ChrsUan J. MOaflrey ((jnrutan ftrtthers CoL ree. Wrvervy); Harry Amado (Fort Street Bon Hgh ; Bchced); DonaUl J Vrnwn (Sydney Ro))- Hgh Scb<{Nj: Frank Smpouu tsvtx-y Bay? Hat s c l ) ; Vtancs Danol] (Sydney ( burch of Engoro) Cranuoa Ktoool): GUbert -ftahbj- (ort S trm D< * Hgh B Andrew K. Moqtan (tqda>? tburoh of Erwland G _! «Ktoool); Frederck G. K o(w h (fdoey (snrcb land Uamasr Scbool). CflEJnSTRV. Honors. -Francla Uone o y d n o fcyv W jh fcarw, Harrv fc Wfnklcy (" ag(uwoggs H>eSchool); K«w. U. Pyhe (Sy(*a*y Bo)* Hgh School). Hmare l.-cnrnelu» J. Duffy (St. Jorephs Colllgv, Hunter* HH); Boaold E. M u n v (Trchncal Htcb School) and Jaroe.- U. O Donnell (Kt. Joeeph * Collcce. Hunfera UU). aeq.; PalrkA J. F t h r t o (Mar.«. BruthflfB** Junortte, Mlttagoog); Leo E. Morhud (.North Sydney Boys Hgh School) am WUlaw A. Standb (8t, JoMPh* CoHege, lunuta H ll). mk., Alan P.. Yetdhara (North SrdQey Boys Hgh School) am] John ". tt U d- ley (Sydney Grammar Srhool). aeq : PhllMp J. Markdl (Brer College, Uornaby); HaroU Roy Came (Tutortak OoUege) and Oeorge M. ClougU (Sydnev (Tsmnua School), aeq.; John ForFjrth Newngtno CoUece)x Jcaapb Goldjnan (St. Joseph* Colege, Hunter * UBJ). DOTAJTft-. Hooocs L Hlda C. Butler (Fort Street Grlff. H.-lff Stoool), and May M. WlUlama (Fort Street Grls U Bchool), aeq.; Dulce & flktom.r l u e y Grt* Ugla Stoool); CHare Ryan (St- Vtnm-nts CoUMe); Edth A, "e ll* (Fort Street GlrU H.gh tt-huoll; Lela SmlBa, (8L VUcente Collegrt: Y«re M. Colefav (fla ey GrU Hgh Stoool); Edth. Chamben. (Sydney GlrU lgu School), and Amte M. Howell (St. Vlnceuf* College), n.-beerde ArnoW (St. Vlneents College Madge R. Noble (Sjdney Glr* Hgh stoool); Vlve- Rtley (St. VnCMtKe Oellege; Mary. lcgprt "n rw ff College): Dowfcsr M. Murphy (Our m -y a CoUage. Parranefja): Jenaett*.K., th Sydney GlrU Hgh bchool); Mdet -.aye (Abbnulegh); Phyll* F..Vmereon (K}$lre y, lgh Scbool); Matrta F. CTrMfc (Sydney GlrU khoel): Kathleen B. Corn (A b U g h ). GECfcOGY. Hoore L Mary M. "luaj* (Port Street Otrls* 1.. School), Vven F. Gellatly (Redlands. Neutral Ba. Honor* U.-Dorotby K, Jotree (Sydney GDJ* HlpU Scbool). F.ane K. Sbeptardren (tndffelh Coll. Nora Bennett (Presbyteran U lre CoHege, Pytnble), PHYblOLOaY. Honor*. Rta Wlcox (Nomanhnnt, Atoffeld). Hodm* H. Leopold R. Flynn (Mart Brottaw lrt- fcfaool), Marjore fc Eterker (RedUmU, Neotnl Bar Terrfl MKnley (SL Joaefdt* TralnRg Stoool. HkfY flsdney). ZOOltX.T.. Hooon.-Jomrfte Ketb Howre (North S>dn4or. HUb Stoool). F Honoa L Mnrel Fetr* (North Gra Hgh School). Haxel Sydney Gds Hgh School). WJdse S!fJ}

5 THE DALY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, JANUARY LEAVNG CERTFCATE. EXAMNATON RESULTS. Tb* m m lu o f the L«arn g Ccrtfcmte Bxam M ton j (markng the compleloq o f th* K cooday ecbor cow e) Cc Thw le tbe d xtb canrfotton held ter th* «v a g ertfjr-te end the natber o f eanddatea hto n c r e a from U A at the ftet text a T918 to WUS at the eam u- lon laet tbonth. O f theee 1075 nutduales 8SS, or 77 per cent., paeeed. n MS caoduetec presented tdemaclvcs of whom 727 paand. CarMldutes tor exhlbtou who have qualfed tor mat-, rculatlod at the leavng. certbcate examnaton are adved by tbe departmenpto wrte for applcaton f o fo the Warden and Begatrar o f the U nretty. The rem t of lh e Publc Serree com petltoo wd be an- DonKwd later. T h e bonof lat wb be publtoed on.!<onda.v. 1 lo the fouowtng lat, the aohoola from whlr stu- f deru-wete p r e p a. and the namee o f the canddatee ere arra«er alphabetcally. Tbe number? follow ng the name- r c a te the sobjecta n whch each canddate ]>askd n accodaoeo wth tha follow ng ta t«t«e n t.~ (J) Englsh. (2j Latn, (3 ) French, (4) Cennan, (* ) Mathematcs.. (6 ) Mathematlea n.. <D Metoancs, (8) Modern Hlatory, (» ) A n c «t Hlatoty, <» ) Phyaca. t l ) OhanhrtTy, (12) Botany, (S ) Geology, (14) Oeo- graphj-, (S ) Art, (16) Muar, (17) KngR*h and Oeograph? for Engneerng Matrculat.ow, (18) Buslneaa Prncpta, (» ) E co n o m, "(2 0 ) Phjaology, (21) Zoology. (» ) Greek, 2S) D ream ak«. (24) Techncal Dtawng, (20) Shorthand. The letter R " sgnfea honors " A " fr«t-cla* pasa.. " B second-rses p*e«. and " L " a paas at a lower ftandsrd. H e d gn (x ) denotes that the canddste gafofa lo.oa n Bsthfrn.:. The aeurak precedng a canddate s name denotes tbat th * p su s condbonal upon tbe fulflment o f regulaton requremeou. M ETROPOLTAN D1STBK3T. BOYS. BARKER COLEJGE, HORNSBY. Cordon, John Charles, B, 2D. 3B, 5B. «B, llb, T Paaa M arkdl, Phllp Justn, B 2B 6R 6A H. W llams John Belby, B SB fb B. CH R STAN BROTHERS COLLE5GE, W AVERLK7. Chrroll. Edward George, H SH «B 5A 8A* 7A 8A 1 «, Day. Leo George, B 2D SL 5B 9A 7B M. lo.a 17 paaa 1ngaam, WUan John. B 2H 3B 5A &Ax TA K«. - Donnellan. John J., B 2B 6B 6B TB 8B OB. Evans, Robert Granvlle H.. B SB AB «A?B QL., Eveasoo. W lllu m Tboane, la 3B 5A «A TA &A lol 14B ; 17 pass. f Haamy. Hubert Stanley, B 2B 6A 6A TB 8A lob 17 paaa Hckey, Adran Dene, 2A SB 5B 6B SB. Lattera, Napoleon gnatue. H SU SA 5B «A TA 8k lou. < Msron, John Btanley, la SB 3B fb BA 7k SH lob. McCaffrey. Chr-tan James, B SA SB 5A BA *T A BA lou. McCoy. Rchard Cecl, B 2B SB 6A BA 7B SB BB. McKnoroc, Francs John, B 2A 3A fb OD TB 8A WB. Mtchell. John Antbonv, B 2A 3B 5A 6A 7B 8A. Peoples, Charle? John. B SB SB SH 8B. T R ok?, Ernest George. B 3B fb BB 7B A 1 00 aaundera. Joseph, B SL fb 6B 7A BA loa. Stabhack. Regnald Jamee,, SB BB 8B lob. Stanley, WtUam Ambrose. B 2H 3A SA «A 7B 8B MB. fynoott. James Mervyn, B f.v CB 7B 8A OR. CHRSTAN BROTHERS HQM S C BXHe LBWJSHAM. B v r r t t John Joseph, fb BA 7B»B OB KD. Ryan, Phlp Matthew, B SB 5E BB 88. ShayUr. W llam Kmest, 2L SB 6A BAx 7B lol. FART STREJJT BOYS UGH BGHOOL, PETERSHAM. Amado, Harry. B fa BA xta BB OU. Anderson, Frank W.. B SB W BA 7B SH 96. PWndrew. Terbury Rav, H SH 4B 6A 6A 7B S BB. Ashby, Glbert Water*, H SB».A 5A «A 7B 8B loh. <Bateman. Roy. la S B t t f B B B T B g U lo B. Bgg*. WUlam John. B tb 2B fa CA 7B 88 MB. BUckbume. Alan John, SB S8 BA 78 8A. Bryant, John Baden, B SB SB 108. Cawley. Arthur Farwlay, B 2B t o fb lob. Court. Wlfrd James, B 2B 3B 5.4 OA TB SA lob. O*kantboq>..lobn Saxon, B 2A t o CA xba TA f f».a. Davlea, W alter Leale. B 2L» BB 106., U a n. Fklward Charles, la 2H 4A fa 6A TB BA 108.! lmra, K ov rt E.. B 2B 3A fb BA TB 8B 106. jtjpnoger. Frank, B 2B 8L 6B CB TB 8A. narland. ( faarles Watben, B 28 4B fb BB SA. Hunter, Geoffrey Tbomaa, B SB SB 8B «. Jvland. Fretlercfc WlUam, B m to fa BA RA lob. Hynes. Harold Jobn. f f 4B 5B Ja-khon. (.Vrl V e m w. B fb CH TB 8A 14B 9B. -lenntnga, Ken.eth, B 2B 4B SA C-( 78 SA lob., Jones. U»-le WtlUam. 2B 38 SO to.! Jmld, emuel Henry, B t o 3B fb AA RA. Klgour. Keth, B SA 4B to CB BB lob. KH<tpn«oo, Ronald Joaeph, SB SA BA 7A SA lob. UnbTt. Crharles Edward, U 2B fr.fa BA 7B 8H. lewl..\1fred lleny. B SB CR 7B SA! ( «. MC.ulloch, James Ffehlmurne, K 2A SH fb 7B 8H MB. Mardonjld, W llam Uum cc, R 2B SB SB BB 7A SR lob, M lrtod.jam cs JOnph, A 5A 8A 76 8A OB T paaa V A A r. Regnald Wm. J*bn. B B 6A xba 7A SA loh 17 pa**. Mmhn. U llam F., H SB BA TB 86. Morgan. <k.-l Pollard, la 26 3B SA fla TB 8H..Muro. l*rank Vvan, B 2L 4H SR BB TR t o 106. Mnrphy. W llam Frwatd, B 2R..B CB CB. Gwen, lysm Maurce, 2B 4B fa BA 7B to lob. Pearlnan, Henry, 2B 8H SB TB SB., Pckerng, -\)Un A., B 3L fb t o SB 14B A S5A. P(K<U, Frederck John Vctor, B SB 6B 7B SB loa. Porter, Xorman AtclrbW, B 2B.B 5A BA TB SB. Bamnelnob, Alexandw Bernard, B 2B B SA BA 76 8A MB. Smth, Alen Vctor. B SL to t o BB TB SB. Wang, Vrcua F., B 2R 4A t o t o TB SB HOLY CKGSS rxmjjogr, R YD e ) Armrtrong, WlJHam Joteph, B fb SA 9B., CTapman, Stanley Vncent, H 2A SL 5A f f» xrh 9A ", llb. Stuart r.ob«t?on, Donald A., B BA SB 9 0 KNOX O LLB G E, NORTH SYDNEY. To-d. Geoffrey S.vdnoy, B 2B fb SA 9A. MARST BROTHERS- HGH SCHOOL, DAR.NGH7RST. llyn n. p o ld Rupert, H 2B 3L 6B BA M L U B 20«. Hycs. M.hael John Benedct. B 30 6B t o 17 pam. O Dea. rtluam Joseph, B 2L SB 5B SA SB. Page, Beaclutnp J g h, B 2B 3B fa BA B. Punch. Fmr.ds Mchael Greenway, 2B 3L fa to. Slone..Arthnr W alter. B 3L fa BAz 7A SH t o 17 paaa. NEW NGTON (XLLEGE, STANM ORE -O.bott, Joseph Henry. B SA BB 7A ffl. Brown. Water Graham Farfax, 5A BB TB SB. * CoKhlBO, Frederck Vctor, B fa «lb. Foraytl, John W alter. B 3f- fb 8A lh. G uhe, Harold toas, fb 6A SB 14B. Law. Arrhhabl (Tve, B lb BB 8A 13B 14B.! Uedualf. Sdney. B 3B SB 66 7A t o lllx.newton, W llam sbackaeld, B 3B 5A 6A lorchan, Beaumont Oeorge,1B fb BR 7A SA 14B. Pke. John Dnham, R 26 SB fb BB 7B. ralt, Erc SUnley. H 26 SB SB BA SA 110 WaUlng..fohn Jar#e, U SB 3B fa BA 8H UB..NORTH S Y D X E l BOYS HGH SCBOOU. Adnam..obn Mountfort, L 3B fa BN TA QB U.A 14B 17 pate. Panel]. Arthur, H 2H 3H.to t o llb 22H. 7 h a rn e. Arthur Raymond, B SB 3A BAx 7A SB l U 14R 17 pof. Pohen, Ratmond. B S, 5A BA TB SB pam. Duggan. Archbald Rnxburg. B 2B SB.5B BA 7B loh UB. Gardlne. H yd e Tredwn. 5A BA TA PA lla paa. Brbben. John, 26 3T< 5B BB TB UB. Hmdr-Pooley. George F verrk, B SB fb BB 76 MB. KrkUvJ, Keth Lnday Hugh. H 2B SB SB BA 7A loa U A. Maddox. John Rempson, R SB UB. Mxdgwck. (teorge Edward. R 26 SB fb flb TB 8H UB. VrPaol. W llam. B 2B 3B fa «A 88 B. VP>>*rv>n Socman Welland, B 3B SB BB 7B t o 14B. MorlHod, Leo Edward. H 2B 5A 68 TB SB U H. BaraRe. AUn. L 8A fb 6A TA MA UB 17 pass. Shoebrdge. AlU n Welter, la 3B fa BA 7A 18A l l A 14A 17 paa. Tehbt*. Rov Ellott, H 2R SB fb to TA 8A. YeldhaB,.Man Frwn, B 2B 38 3A AA TA loa U H. Vlrkery, Howard Arthur, 5B fb 7B UL. PAK R.lM A n -A HGH SO O O L (BOYS). Atkna, Ruger J.. H SB SB fb BB 811. Barr. Henry Edward Hnd, la 3L 5 * AA TA &A U B 14A Rarrfran, Trav* Henrv. John BB «6 76. Howell. Frank James, H SB B 5B BB 8 6 lob. fltnt, Cbartefc Norman. B 3D 5B BB 7B. Hvde, Vctor Wyol.ng, H 2B SB BB «B 8A lob. Jaede, llaos W lhelm. 38 6B BB 76. Lea a, Samuel Phlneag, B SL 6B BB SB M B U B. Lteos. Franca, H SB BA 6 A WH 1>H. Madcw, AUKTt Sy«h»ey, B SB SH»B. Magee, ( harle* SB to BD 86 lob U 0 Mclntjre, Jamea nerbert, SB BB 7B lob. Morrs, George Bentham, B 2R.B fb 8B U L. Mftrtley, Harrv Harold Bedvera. B SL 56 x8a 76» A UB 17 paaa. *Oag. James Cosh. B 36 BB Donnell, Thomaa. B 2B 5B oa TB SB t o U B 17 PRO. Payun. Jack Norman. B «B 3R fb AA UB. P>e. Elm o, B 56 8A to. Pykr. lenty George, B to SA AA 76 loa llh 17 p a *. Raale. Stooley ngram. B 36 5D OB U L. Rckard, Raymond Vctor, B 2B 3A 6A BA SA loa UB. Sehnch, Rtanlslans Kdward. B 2B SB 8A llb..shand, Artlmr Gordon, la SB 8H UT.. SharTH-. w n lam Alexander. 5B CB TB BA 17 pasa. Smpmo, -Ptank. H 2A 3D t o BA loh 116. Bmlth. Gordoo Archbald Spencer, 16 «B 3B 5B BA TB SA OB. Sorenson, Arthur. B 5B BB SB 14B SB 19A 2SB. Stayner. Fred Fartwood. H SD U L Stegrad, Joseph. B SB. Stonham. Ro.v Mhter. TB 2 6 KB «B SB UB. Thnena*. Gladstone Harold R»hgrf. 26 SA lo L Trw«kler. ClacJe Errcert. B 2B «6 8H lob U B. Vernon, DonHld J?tn*a. B SB BA AB TR OR pass. vote, Jamm Alexander. H SA.56 AB TB. wadace. Olver Francs SB AB SH 106 U B. JVatt..Abn j?tewtrt. B 2B 5B BB 7R 8 0 Webb, Sydney Geonre. la 26 SB ffb AB PA. Wlson, Lesle P atrd:. B 2L SB flb 7B SB. THK K NG S S <!H (X)L PARR.VMA TT.A- (Jeotnann. W llam F e ll*. B BA 5 A xa ( 7 A «B lob. Glasson. Robert 2B SB AB U B. Ran, Gaofge Bmce. B 2B». SB 86, Rdfaon. Kermefh.Alfred Knght. B 26 ST< BA «A SB. Martn. Prr Walwn Ormabr. JB 26 SB AB 8B. Rolnbow. Alfred E m w t. B 2B 56 OA SA. Ranbow, Jamee Mannng. B 2A SB RB..Thornton. John WakefeldFAle W th 26 SB AB SB. t h e s y d n k t c m.m c n o f k n g l a n d g r v m m a r Bc n o o L Fxm b o y s, s o m s t d n e v l Bronowskl, Harold, B 9A sb <B «A «B. Conroy. N evlle Ranftclph, B 2B RB SB B.A 8B. Corn. W nna Gerard Phlp. T, 2B.26.to BB. Chxwford. John. l A 2T. 3B 23B. Danlell. Franrte Harold. B 8L xaa TA HlH 17 pam, Fltmmon*..Toha Arthur Regnald, 16 2B S. AB Ford. Atfaelstane R u m H. B SB 5A xfla TA loh T rffng. At.red Xorman. 26 3L 5A 66 10H. Hart. Krth Wheeler, 3L,5A xba 7B loa 17 paaa. Hether.gtnn, George B., B SL 6A xba 7A loa 24B 17 paa. trvne. Phlp Frsncl*. 2B.f. SR AH t o loa. Kopfach. F>e.«ro Gstevs. B 2B 5B «B flf. loh. M elvlle. L > le Gelfrd. H 3B.A xav. TA UHJ T pae*. Morgan. Aadrew Dstn. 11, 2B SB t o AB TB BH. Gakehotl. John Bernard. 26 SB 5A BA lob PTWT. Ced Jame*. B SB XOB. Ramtneton. Phlp Bvdner. B 36 to AB to. R w l l. Bobert Heathcote. B 2B SB 5A AA 9L 10«. Sleaor. Kenneth, H 3B SB SB 76 lab tn.a. frtrhen. Frank Carter. H >B 3L B AB OL lofre Sbddy. Albert Stuart Bradrdga, B SA SB BB 19A 2to. Taylor, Ronald Mtnteo. B 5B BB 96. Welsh. Arthur Mur. H 211 ST1.V( xaa tch. Wlson. Harold, Prederek. 16 2B SB 56 lob. TH K 6YD NRY GRAMMAR -NCWOOL. Baroca, Jack, SB SB fb AB U L 156. Nel Feroandet. H 28 SH 6A *8A M A U A. BUJr. Angus BlggaH, B SB 5B AA 7A 8H loa 17 p a m Banrh. Alszander mea, B 6B 68 BA. Byanl. George Edward, D tb fa xba TB W R l U 17 paa*. _ B argeo, Robert: Lanrence. SA SB 5A AB tsb. Chaffer, Arthur B 2B 5A xba BB l U. Clmwh, George M ller, M 2B SB BA jt«a JOA U H. Cooper, A lt r >eonard. B CB BB U B. Corner. Gordon Hugh, B SB 5B 06 8A. Cowtea. Lndon E llott. 18 JB 56 AH TA BB T p a». Earlam, Malrolm Sjdney Stewart, l t 2H SB 5A xba 11V 22H J W r, DonaW Archbald Strong. B 2L 3B 6B AB BB Goetelow, Regtoald Edwn, B 2R 5B SB, _.. Harrto, Vonnftn U w rence Ramu"L B - 26 SB AB llb. Hktherell. WlMm, B 2B SB SB AB SA. Hswltna. Hcrny Spendlove. B 5A AB TA WB U L. H aw l"r. Leale W llam. B 26.fB AA TA lob B. Hornman. Robert Vlcary. B 26 5B All lob-. Juluu, Awdrv Franrs, 16 JB.VA oax T.A Hw U B 17 Mjukenu, Alan Patrck, B 3. fa AA* TA loh U L 1«Afcllnw. G-:v WllUm, B 2B.SH 6B 66. OdUnc, Kenneth Anaelm,.SB fa 6Ax 7A OR. (>Khorn, -Arhly Kenne.th. 3B SB 56 AA loa Hre Patteron, Gewrge But; SL 6B OB lob 11L. R b.rds Robert U us. B 2B 3B 56 fb UB. Rowley, Geoffrey 5mp«wn. B 21) 8B A6 S.V 101-, Salter, Arthur Edward R a «r «n, L 2B SB aa CB DA UB, Shcrmm. Percy, B 2H 3A 6D BB SB. Stephen. Robert Longflcld, 111 2A 3V BB BA t o U A. StewQrt, N el FnUyeoc, B BB BA T.» W A U A 14B. Taylor. George Crowley. B 2B SB fb 8B SA 22L. TTrey, Alcxondcr Rob»on, 5B BB 8B 22L. nomnwn, Dmgla* Lndaay. 2A SB.fB BB S L. Thommn. Howard Charle*. l l 28 5B 6B 7B OB U B. T pace. Vckery. Frederck R oabad. SA BB 7.V loh B. Vckery, Redven* Edwn Martn, B.SB to SB. WalUc*. Arthur Cooper. 6 SB 5R BB 8A. Whtfeld..awrence Adran. H >n fb BB 8A 9B. W ng. Llndon W orlledle. H 2B SR 5A BAx lo H U B. W oolcott. Alfred Rchard. B S. SB BB lol U B SA. Wood, Jame* Robert U er.dem o. B lob U B 150 THE SCOTy COT..EGK. ROSE B A Y. Bruce. Andrew Alexander. B 3B 5B 66 8D. Edwards, John Henr? Dr.mmond. H 2A 8H 6A BAx 8 0 Henderson, Thoma*, B 3D ob flb 8A UB. Man,.lames Norman. B SL SH 5A BAx 8 0 Robert*. Erc. 2B SB 5A fovx PB. Stpvenron. Robert Baynton C.. la 2B SB 5A RA 8A B. Taylor. Hugh Crlyte. 3R 56 flb 8B. Wtttg, Herman Bfoor. SB 6B th E T E C N lc A L HGH SCHOOL. U L n lo. Adar. Hajder.. 5A BA 7A t-b : -48. pw Je. Vrank P.. la SL 5B «B TA M l L 14A. Hawke, Ernat Vrttetr Dale. H 2H 3H 5A BA SB. lloalabr. John BB 8A. Hughesdon. Retrnkld Slater. 10 3L fb BA 8B U A 14B. J.*>ton. Fredtrck. H ST.?H 14A T pa*.! J.aff Harencc Walter. B 3L.to BA TB 8B 14B. Y.cltwood, Arthnr Roney. B SB 5A BA 7A 86 UB. Vj<drv.*ld. Coln Thoraa*. B 2.V SB 5B BB» A UL. MrOsVer, Mcnrvn.Tobn, 1A 26 9B B2B. McMllan. John Rud Alfred, B SA BAx 7A &B U A 146. ML hell. Hugh Grenvfll*. U» 2B SB BA TB lll. { v rtta. j J r w p b, SB BB TB 8A. T k * *. Jame*. JJ9J AB-SB U L., (.l«toa, J * t a «krtst T.. B» SL SB S J L :andju. T l l toberk B 2A.\A 65 flax TB rary, Oeone Farth r*. la 2B 3R fs BB 8A T L. Wat«np. KTnald George, B SB to t o 8B. ST. A lo VSrS OPLLEGE. PONT. Barlow, ngl.> Hngbet, B SB SB BB. Hahn. Arthur W luum. B 3L f.t «* WB, Harrlaoo, H w ter Headereoo. SfJ 38 ;B flq 9L W.A... _ - Keane, rrnnck Cbartes PatrcVjfeTB?L 38 fb «B 76, jark. Alfred P h t H lo A Badman, Lesle Frederck Wealey. B SB 66 BarnetE Weelev Ma.#weU. 6A BA TA T paa*. 24B. 0.wrten. Geotge M Knley, B fb BA TA. Broosa. Henry Dougla*..fB fla TB 8A lol pea. Brown*. Harry Allred. S.A 6B TB 94B. Chall*, CharW OlllTnrd. SB BB TB UB. Clarke. Charle* Herberx, 1A SB 5A BAx TA SH lob B T paa. Orbb, Chalmen. B 5B fb TB T pan. Odland. W alter DonaW. B SA BA TA t o 84B. Carry. WtllUra Charle*. B 4B ob BB TB 8A JOL 17 D arw r Samuel BeanmonE SA 6A TA 24B. Duncan. Robert Henrv Walton. 16.fB TB flb lob 17 * paa. Kdwanl*. Edwn Francs. B fb BB TB UB. Ftzpatrck. eelc. B t o fb BA 76 lol 17 paa*. Fr.**er. SUnlev Robert Holden. 3B BA TA RB. GMkee, Henrr Hale. B.B fv BA TA lob U L 17 pa**. GUngs. Rchard John. B.56 BA 7B lol 17 pass. Grant, Theophlo* Leo. B 36 >6 RA 7R lob. Gray, Edwn Arthur. B 4H.SB «B BV 17 nets. lane, (krnct Gffr, FUmark. 4B oa flax LV lob U B. Jnhnrab. Stephen Coveney, 5B 6B 76 8B lod U B. 17 pa«. K arlt, Heny W llam, B 3B 5A BAx 7A lob llb 17 paa. U a re n c e, W llam Jamea. B 4L 5A 6Vx 7A lob lla. -enehan. RMnev Arthur. B.to flb SA lob. Lncoln, Jame* P. F.. 5A «A TB «A lob. lawe, Herbert J., 56 BA Markhatn, Rurert. B 4B.56 BA *76 flb!16 17paa*24B. Martn, Jobn MCalltm. 16 5A BA TB 86 OB 17 paas. M ller, Albert W llam. B 5A «A t 7A BA JOB UB. Moryn. Ravnwmd. L AA «A TA lob 24A. Mould, Jack Hayman..fA fla 7B SB JO.V 17 paa. Murrav. Ronald BHott, B fa BAx 7A loa U H 17 pas* 24R. O Donohue.Yocent Franc*..to fla 76 tob 246. Rawlng*. F-rc Albert. 4L.fA RB TB OB 17 p a a 24A. Thoroa?, D ad Stanler, 6A BAx 7A t o 24A. Venable*. lyederrlc Delanc.v, B 4B 5A BAx TA 10A l l A 17 pnv 246. Ward, Orter Geoffrey FtegeralH. SB 5A fl.ax 76 SB M L T r «ll * s o «o W llu m. B m 5B B. Wllams. Harrv ( harle? Rmle, fa flb TB U B. NON RBGnTTKREU SCHOOLS AN D PRTTATE S T n Y. MARHT F.AnEBS S FM NARV. H LN TFJl S H L L Dyoan, John Alnvsre, 2B.SB AB 86. THE CROCKER COACHNG (T *Lt O E. Ftecerald. Boland J.. L 2B 3B flb 2dB. T H E TlTO R la T. COLJ-XJE. * Vlen, Stuart Dougla*, B -B 5B BB SOB. AlH*on, Davd W llam, B fa A TB SA 9 0 *C arw. Harold Boy. B 26 SL.fB BB 8H llh. Cfooper. Waldemar Hugh, H SB «B 8B MB 2to. Hflrtre A U -rt Hughe, la 2B SB fa 6B SA 9 L SftaH. M r. B 6B SB 91.. Taylor, b,3n)ev Chssn, H 2B SA 9 0 THE L N lv E B fm fy ro A C H ln O C txjlb (H l *T e «w, S U n W. B fb TB 8B 17 p aa. PRCVATE btl DY. -Baldwn, Harngton,. *7 gb 5A fla 8A., Brown. Jhoma* Cha- " -AB BB 14B. -Thrl.te, Edwan L OL UB 19B.. Alfred PhtteJk -e to 17 pas. W ell*. Frth Am c W lm ot. la 36 :,B flv AH 12H. Wllam *. May Mrstor. B &B 5A BB SA 12H 13H. XJ5RKTO (JONVEKT SCHOOL, K R R m L U, Doolan, Kathleen. l A 8L 8A OA U B SA. LO R ETO CONVENT?CHO(tL. NOfM ANHLRST. Bourke, Dorothea, ]B 5B 0V U B 16A. METHODST UADta>- C O U. f» 0 BURWCOD..nderwu, P h jllfo MaEgery, H JB 8H 1 20 Cbdlegh, Ellen U le. H 2B.fB flb 8 0 Hunter, (lad y* E.., H SA»B 13B. Otr. n o ren e * Ruth,, 6B BB 0V. Rabworth, Kathleen Em ly, H JB fb AR 0A 120 htckel*, Hlda Ctorce, U l SB BB 8A 14B. Thonua. Ethel May, H.A ta M l 14A afb. Wlson, Pnulne Anne, B SB BB eb 12B. MO.VTK SANT ANGELO a L L K G E,N O B T H SYDNEY. Kng, Evelyn Cocla, B SB 5B 8B 15B. B u o c ll, da, B 3B fb BB 8U fb. 1 NOBMANHURST. AHHFBLD. Bennett, Hefoj) Xewbon, la 2B 8A 09.! Brdge U u ra Sydney. B 8B 14B BB. Red, Nancy M ctera Dyce. B U B BB 200 W Ucox, R u, B U B BA JOU. NORTH SYDNEY GRLS HGH SCHOOL Adam*, M atte Martha, B 2.V JA fb BB U L Hfto. Bennett. Eleen K lle Josephne, SB flb 8A l2 A SB. Beat,.Nelle Lystra, JB SB SA 6B 121). Bonrke, Volet Vda, B 2B SB 66 8H» L 12B. Burrtll. sbel Edth Mary, 21) 3B SB 8B 2a 210 CoatelJo, Tom c.: Knthlre, H 2B SB BB 8A 12A SH. Demps.:y. Bmee Jaae. B 5A*B.A 71) J2U 16A 160 Forvrt. OeMC.Habcl, la 26 3B DB 66 8A M). Ferrte, Murel, a BA 6A 8U U A : larpur, Eleanor Maud, j) 2B 38 3B 6B da 13B. Howes, Jeuoette Keth, la SB JB 5B BB 8H 2H 21H. Jackman, Marjore Anne, B 5B 8A 12B 16.A. 23B. l-ogan, Marjore Beryl, l.v 2B 3B 5A 06 BA L A. M ddtetjj. tram a K vel»«. la 21) 3B 5B «B BH 9A 120 Phllp*, E lde Normu, SA UA BB 12B SB 100 Selby, Dorotly Constence. JB 56 BB fb flb. Thonu.-s, Ethel.VJce, B B 311 la fb BB. Hottfon, lm ; -. Esther, B 6.4 jb KB WB. Waldron. lluaej "een, B SB 0V TB SA 21H, Webb..Mary 1.tacltc, 2B 8L 6B flb SB OB. Woods. Edth Kathlcvn, B 3L 4B to BB 8A13B. OLK revdv OF M ERCY S CO10EGFfa P A R U A M A r T 0 Clrste,.Rtella Terow, U l t o 86 U A G 0 Codd. Phlomena Anne, B 2B SB fa BAx BB. Dc M eetn. Kathleeu, B 8B U B 1«A. Hadley. Joyce Lurlae. l A 2B,tB U A WA. Hagan. Mary.So b q. 1A t o flv HB U B -JfB. MLenagben. Lly Mary. la t o.7a 86 U B 8. Murph>, Dorothy.Maj-, B t o t o W H 14A SB 2SB. Pegum, Eleen.Margaret, la SB 5B 6A SB 140 LSB 260 O l.k LAD Y o f t h e +VCRKD H E AR T COLLJUE, KEN-SNGTON. H:ggls, Tralma Hope. B.fb t o 23A. PAR R A M A TTA U C H tulool (Q1BL6). Baley, Mnne bl. B 56 SB 7R SB. Denham, Mnne Lucy. B 2A W)». Howard, ren* Mary, B t o 6B Cl) m J4B. Johrwton, hclm a Owendolne. B 5B ub 168. Klltp, Eunce, B 3A 6\ SA 7B SB UB. Knght, Alce, JB SB 3B.B BB KA. M Crede. Nelle, 11) SB 5A BA 71) SB 140 M L «*n. Mftbo. U l t o 36 t o 6» t o U L M Phall, Jewre May, JA, 56 t o 7A «B U L 140 Nchol. Dorothy Volet, H t o V, 6Ax TA 8H, ODonoughue, Lth er Sanh. la 3B Prthard, Edna Jean. H.to 6B «B SA U B 1&0 R oater. Blambe 31ary, B 2B A) BB SB). Shepherd, Vera. la t o 5A 8V. Smth, Klnur Mldrod Madge. la 211 3A 5A SB SA 9 0 Taylor. Dorothy EletKw, U l 2.V,1H 4A BA Woodcock, E llabeu, B» ). P R E S B YTER A jf LADES 00U J50E. CROYDON. Brown. Marjore JCKetue. B 8H LB 14B. E d«ard«. Brenda Jewe Jean, 16 t o 148 OB. Gntt, MargarH Evelyn 0, »A 180 U 0 Harper, Barbara Oordon, U f 3B t o 8B 8H. Strom, BUa AUce Edth. H t o 6B SA 138 M L PRE SBYTER AN LADES CXJLU90V, P Y M B L 0 B*n>ett. Nora, B JB.to 5B 5A 13H. Foote, JMther Eleen, A «1 1 «160 Cgeg-Pmlth, Maysle Coucfaer, 111 8B 8H» A U A U A a» ). Palmer, Florence Aleeo, BB HB U L 190 Roaa. Margaret. B 66 SB t o J0V..Httt, Helen Famnd, B SB 9B SB. Wlaon, Eother Glmore, H 2B 5A BA 8R 9 0 RAVFNSW (X)D. <WRDON. Entwale. Eleen Maud. l A 20 3B.fB 8A 9A. Htecl, J m e Kf-M.-, JB 3B 5H OU V. R a L W U a, N E L T K V L BAY. fowden, DoroUv beattl<c, B 2D SB flb 20B. Cameron, Kate Walker. J H 2U 3A b\ 20B. Ellerkcf, M atjoe E th e l.u l 2L ;«8 A AJH. Pelateo, Murel.Vgwfa.. ) H) flt Gellatly, V lvlco ranct, H V 36 6.V BB»A SB. OMjodw. PUyUU Amy. la 2L 2D 5B. a.vclled H F0KT CO.SVENT SCHOOL KOSR BAY. Campbell. Marjore. l l H 3 (.S B fb. Maher, Jva. Ul 38.fB 8U MacMahon, Lucy. H 3L 58 Bfl BA B.V. tjcroope, lorcnce, lu JB 8A fb Hll JB 16B. S l«ldon, Duruthea Maty. H 2B SB 51) 5U BA.»T. (leollge GRLS HGH SCHOOL K O G A R A 0 Canwrole, L o u «Bertha A U B )5 A 23A. (Jatto. Dorotbv Mary, B 58 BU 88 15B 28A. [D n gle, Blanche lortenm. V 8V Dnge, MarjoHe, Joan. 18 KA l-jb 15B SSA. Gowa. Eva Unce, B 28.fB 8A 130 Hggn?. Helen Maron, la f.v 126. Monro. Jm h-u Ueleu, B t o BB HU 12H 15B 280 Trantun, Helena. B 3B 88 to. W bv, End.Mary laaclden, H 2B 3R SB BB 8B 1X0 Wedcnehn, Dorothea Helen. la 2B 3R 5A HB &A 12B. ST. S C H G LVm CA.fl COLLEGE. O-EBK PONT. Broroan. Nora 3tay. H 2B 5A 6.V» L 126. Nel). Margaret F.. B 2B 58 0A 138. Ogg, Martferet.) ). Parker. Mary Elrabeth, la 2B 5A BA 12B. ST. V lx C E N fd C O 1 0E t:0 OTTB PONT. Arnnld, Bewle, la t o «B 8H AuaCo. Clare, H 28 5B B.v 88 BA. (U le u. Clare, B 3B 8A 128. Hopper, Man t na, B 28 SB 86 SK UB. Howell,.Vnnte Marguete. lf BB 8U UU. O-Donnell,.Vgmn M.trj, B OB SB 12B. > R ley, Vvenoo. H 2L fb 0A J2U. Byan. Clara, H 2B 3A.>v 08 8B 9B 12H. Smth, LcJla. H 28)811 12H. W llang, Gwjneth. B 28 8A U.V. SYD.VEY GlHLh- JJK7H SCHOOL. ADderaoD, PhylUa Rlva. EV t o 08 8A 12U 15B, Andrews, Evelyn Er.rarbc P.. B 4D -fb 88. Bonnettc, Mareu Vctora, B 58 BA 12A. Brake, Dor* Alson, B 3L 6A BA 78 12A. Ckmpbell, Ethel Maude. B 3R 5R 66 12A. { bambtrs. Kdlth sab el,b 5A t o 71) 12H. Chr?ta, Marca Florence. 18 t o 8B 1211 L3B SB. Clement, Edth. H 2B 3B 6a BA TA fla. Colrax, Vera Myrtle. la 2.V 3A SB «B 8A SH. fvoker, Alce Mabel VorLe, B 3B 58 BA 12A. O o w. Hazel Yvonne. H 2B 8H 4B SB. Dava, Grace Dorothy, B BA 0A TB UA. Davfe Thrna la b e l. B 2.V 3 V :>f) flb SR SA. Donnelly. Dorothea Gertrude,.VL *0 5B BB. [nc, Doreen (Catherne, JH 2.V. 3A 4A 5B 8.V fla. (rcen, Cfonotaee E m ly Cordexux, B 28 SB BB UB. Houston, Jeaune Aleeu Blackwood, B B fb. Jonea, Dorothy Emly, B OR 3B 5A BA 12A 13H. Kng. Jes.de Regna J retora, la 3B ub t o 12B SB lo A WB. Mar<-hat. Dor* Hop*. ) flb «R flr SA 13B. Martn. Edna Emly, B 2B 3H SB 04 12A. Matthrwfc Fanny May. H 28 3H 4U 5A «A. Mackav, dhstu (Jordon, H 26 3H 5B 6B RH. M ekevrt. Mortrarct Alce, A to. McNee. U, H 2H.A.fA flvx, 22H. McBoberta, Dor- Vera G lls. B 2B 3B Mentur. Lly Ramsav, JA 36 SA flax TA 8H..Noble, Madge Renete, B SB 6R UH. Parbey, Glacly Myra. B sb 36.>B. Robwon, 1-te.lB VUhala, B 20 ;H) 5B 126. Ruu. lmtber Hope, la 2A SA.TA BAx fl.v UA..flknnrr. ulce S ldla. H JB SB 12H 13B. flmth F.len Vfotet. B SB 86 KB. JtelHvan. na Mery, H, 2H ;1B 5B 68 9A 320 Tate. Mabel. B 38 r>a 6B U A 156 flr. Turner (y>n«tance ffthel B AA U A SA 16B. Wcg, Nelle la b e l, H SB «B AH 2 A. Wood, ldth Clnre. ll.fb BB flb UB. NON-REGLNTEKBD. M HOOLf A S D P R V A TE.STl-DY..N D FE J) rorx K G E, LlS n F le L D. flhephenl*an. Elane. Klxabeh, B 2A SA sb 8B UH. TT. J O S E P r«t R A fn N G sthgo,. NORTH SYDNEY. Danaher. Vernnlra. H SB B SOB. Lttle. Lrtta. B ZB U B fb SOB, McKnley. Terwa, H 5R RB MB 15B?0H. OKcU. Mary.o*etMne, B flr WB 2.SB, U S V E R fllt Y roactng CDU.TCE. fa rte r, ClaudU. B 5B AR 12B, R ou Ae. Beatrce FHs Falkmer. R 5B 6B 14B. PBVATE ST DY. D*\*lson, Edna (.-race VUrg«r*r. flr flr 12B 2lB. LXHjN T K Y SCTGO0 Al-B RV D ls n tlc T 4C: 100L Dore, A lb en WUlam, B t o 5B BB 8 0 McGrath. Kllen. B 3A ob BB 86. McLean. John Emekt. B 2B 8.4 5A BA. Mulholtend, Tlelma Ktbel Mary. B 5B AB SB. bnyth, Blanch. l A flb B.V SB. VUkCTs, Allan Robert twantey. B 36 3H flb 6B 8 0 Watte, Dora, t o 88. a r m d a l e n K T R r T.4UHO0L Baker. Gcolrey Noel, 111, *>8 BB fll U L 140 GuTd, FreOrr, TA BB &4. H ew tt, Beguod Ctaa.. J8 SB lb SB. MaUau. H-rry Roger, 18 f. 3L f 6 P L McMlUn. Wllm 0frcd, SB O.V 7B flb UB. MonUth, rattle, H SB fb BB 04 UB. DE LV S AL.«C D U J;G E. ABMDALE. Delaney. Jam«e Joaeph, U l t o SB 5A BAx, 8H U A. Spllane, Jofeph Thomas. 16 af. -fa BR AB U L ST. rlsl L A S COU-BGE, ARMDALE. C-lavene, l.ulu, B 2B 38 SA 158. W ltu os, Mary Joaepb;-, 18 5B t o 8 fb >». f W htworth, Horace Francs, B 3B fb 04 TB SB l l A U B. Wndlutnk. Mabel Eva V.. B 3L ob 6B. BROKEN HU-L. OOKVKNT HGH fjchckx Wanwrght, Constance Ruth. la UB 56 Bv B 29B 168. DUBBO P U B U C HGH fkh O O L Austn, Stanley J a. Alex., 58 BB flb 146. H aydon. Graua Edtl, l A 3B 5B fb. Unch, Robert E. B 3 SB U B 17 paa. Howard. Harold Theodore L ly d., UU ub t o 8B U B 14B. lames. Kloraooe Mabel, B 3B fb SB 14B t o. Magner, Arthur WUam. SB fb BB 7B 8B to. B la z e r, Else Am ela. B, 56 8B 14B 156. Ower, Katherne, la 2L 3 A 58 BA 8H. Paul. Rohft Baden, 5B 0A 7B lb Tracey, Edwanl Roy, H 2B 3.4 5R BA 76 8H L Turnbull, Conrtance rene, B SB BB SB. WatoOM, Am y Amela, B 2B SB. G ALO N G.-S T. CLEMENTS C O U FJJt Begley, Lawrenoe Owen, B t o»-4 9L 2H. Cahll. James Fraqra, JB 2B 7.»L CosKraT(C Francs.Xavef, H t o SB l>l Talty, Patrck Joaeph F A. t o SB 9 L GOULBU0N PU B LC HGH SCHOOL Allen, Else Llan, B 3B 5B BJ) SB. Arnott, Dcumood W llam H., B SB SA BV VA t o U B. CnJg, Arthur, 1B2B 3B 5.4 SB SB D L Daly, Ralph, 18 2L SB 5B tb TB paaa. Goddard, W llam Arthur, B to SB fa BAx 8H U B. Hatter, Eva Joaepblue, R SB 5B Mnabury, Alm a May, B 5B Seaman, Samuel Auztn, B fb SA 8.4 UB. SolomotJ, Marv Kltet, B 2L 5B 0B. Southwell, Kathleen M a r, H JB SB 5B 8A U L Tmms, Charlotte Vandenberg, B 4L t o :-B. (XM. LBCBN OCR L A D Y OF MERCY. C OLLEG0 Cavell, Pearl, B fb 8B 15B BA. Gthan, Anne, L t o 5A GO SB BB. Murphy, Saru. LB 28 t o 6B. O O l-lb U R N -S T. P A T R C K S O G U G 0 n *h er. George WUam, 18 fb fll) SA 9B 19L M-Sane, Cbarlre Jc?U>h. JB t o :)!< 51S 48 SR. Jvesbtt. John Kern, B 2B to BB SB 9B lo L Heed, Ftanra Edward, 28 t o 5A B.4x SA lo L GRAFTON P LB U O UGH CHOOL..Albert. Kvangroe May, 3B.fA B.4 78 SB. Maker, Tom Somervlle, 2A 38 5A BAx 7B 8B. Dormer, Thclm * Jw, 1.4 2B 3U t o BB Duncan, AUen Merton. 1.4 SA &A fa BA TB 8D lub. Duncan, Wllam Flnlaj-. B 2L 5B BB SB UB. Eagle*. Wnfred Lena. B SB L 5B BB SB. Eggna, Stanley Erne*:. 2L.<8 OB SB. Goode, Ruewtl Franca, 2B 5A OA 78. Jabour, Lous, B ZD t o BB flb U L M axwel. Thelma Janet. l A 2B 38 fb BB S 0 flcbaeffer. Berte Herman, B 28 t o SB «R U L. fteppard. SteUa Jane, B 38 SB BB t o U B Taylor, Mlua Elza Olve, B M) OB TB. H AV P U B U C HGH BCHOOL AUman, Stuart Loo, SB SB 0.4 t o U L. UulUer, Eleen Mare* B 3L t o 68 to. Houaton, UUs, t o 3A fb lll. LNVElfe X DSTRCT S O O O L -V 7 Jl, -loan Healber -Vrgyle. V to ftb BB 8B. dwptefurl. Maljel Jxmlae, )B 2B.B 56 ffv 8.4. K ATM >M )A-M O CNT VT. M VRY8 <X)LLRO0 Cknny, V o le t ZtU. B»J) SB. Rley. Wnfred M.rel. lu 8A t o KEMPflTrn VYB4T DVTttlCT SCfHOOL BeU*. On.rlee l-eate, JB 56 SA 76 flb 14B fb. BelU, WlUam Spurgeon, B SB BB 7H t o 148 MB. Judd, Wnaton Hnaard, B SB.48 SB. Lttle, Harry Bennett. B 41- SB.46 SB 86. LSMORE n S T R K T SCHOOL. Begrdow, Dougla* A&hton. B B 81) U L Broughton. Jobn Walter, H :Q 3B t o 68 7 A»-«0 ButJof, v y May. B fb BB 78. Clark. A lo * Amy, B 21) fb 6A TB S 0 Clark. Lynda. B t o «7B. CYmke, George. B t o SB t o 17 Paaa. raaer. 0n.«el xme. B 2B «B S. Frwterck*. Arthur. --cr. H t o -B 56 HB TB 8A B. Ora)r. Anne, B 58 4B 150 Hewtt, Thomaa A., B 38 t o -A &A TA 8 0 Hodm anh, Barre K.. B.48 BB to. U w rle, John Henry, B 2B BB 88. Xcol, M ey? o M. B 3L 5.4 «A 7A. Rmth. Charw f ance. B 26 SL.SB 7B 86 U L fltormon, Hedlev Bed". A 6A BR SB U L Whltcltcad, Edward farl.vle. 16 t o «B 7B to. W llam *. Harold R. 1\ t o 6.4 SB TB SB UA. M A m.a N D E.S T BOYS HGH SCHOOL Bggera. (T u rlw Ernest, 1.4 t o t o 5A t o «1. _ j Rrnoe, Arthur Lockrgy, 18.fA BA TB 8.V lo.f U B TT. Connolly, George.Vrnold. la SA A.4 to. Erkford, Harold Dxon. 1.4 f.f BA KA 19A. ; Kdward?, Clattde Wentworth. H t o 6A Korrter, Ravmond Relmont, 16 2B 5B BB 8 0 Grant. Rdnev.lame?. B.fH 6B b.4 J4B. Greentrae. Oswuld Arthur. la t o»b 58 t o AA. Hammond. 0»l N.tHwn Roberta. H RB OR 88 U L 144. m, Robert V B SB AB. Johnaton, W llam Karl, A flb AB SB M.ckay, Allrtcr Gordon. 16 SL SB BR S4. Trce. Robert lce*. 14 SB *>4 BA RB 19B U L MB. Robertaon. Davd tffeland. 16 SB &A UB. K.van, ffllham Henry, l.f 38 t o t o AV. Sheuraack, George Epbtahn, B SB 5.4 BB RA 141. Tavlor. forrv Arthur, B t o SB <B 8A U L. V tley, fccrlle Jam**, B 2B 5B GB 8B UR. fvelu. Bert. fb t o ) 14U. fvhtehora. Rrhard P-Jk. la 2H 3H 5A BA U L Wnder. MelvlU* Rtl-rrtord. B 2L.48 SB 80 Yate*. John Bgdrl. lu 2B SB 5A BA RA. M ATLAND fvtpt GRTft HGH SXVOOL. T>raffln. Besae, B 2B -TB 5A BA RB 12B llejw orth. Marjorv. B f (Mt t o 120 Ht)cke.Y, V olet May. U l to Td) (-6 AV 1». Marhene, k l»e. l.v ;j SH t o «H 128. M.Mabon, F.leen Mary, B 2B 2B AA BB t o Nt?h. Charlotte laalwl Anne, la 2B 8u oa «.4x To 126. R oa..les" Forrerer. H 3B SA 8A 13fl. Tborley. M arore.lrtbel, B SB 124 l.fv 238. WUk*. Marjore Elhnbetb. 14 SL SB to 8A UA. M ATLAND fvest.-dom lnlcan OO K ftnt SCHOOL. Caoey, Kathteen B la 8A fb 33B WA. JennUg*. Cora Jrsephne, H B SB SB AH. O Donnell, Lu yol, B 3L SB B. M JJTAG CNU.-M ARST BrtUTHERS JLSO R ATE. Fttpatrck, Patrck JaraeBS B JB SA 5A xtev TA llh. Newr.U, Franca Stewart, SB SB BA 74 llb. OSullvan,.lamca Jeremah, 18 2B t o 6.V flb TA UB. Byan, Jamea Charlte, JB *B.SL 5B «B 7B UB. MOS6 VAl-J;. DOMNCAN CTONVFJST SCHOOL Beouett, Wnfred. B 5A BB 86 15A 168, Uarrngton, Dorothy Lyda, B 38 SA 8A SB 15B 1B0 M LDGEE HGH SCHOOL Feld. Robert.«d * r, JB B BB 8B. Foley, Horace Jobn, A 2B 3B 5B BB 8A JflB UB. Maaon, Jubo D.. B 2B 3B 5A BB SB lob UL. Makle, Clarence Pnrhk, B 2B 3A SA OA 8A loa U A..nderwood, Cecl Tnoroaa, 10 SB 8H 6A BA 8A U L W lton, Frederck John, 2B 3B 3B 8B lol. NEW CASTLE PCB.K HGH SCHOOL Abbott. Roy Edgar, B 5B t o SA 19\. Blakemore, tenel Regnald, H 24 3H f.4 BA B 8 0 Cope. Hegnald Harr?, JB JB fll BA 70 AJJ lob UB Tt D a w Cna: H»U 3A 6B «B SB. DUon..Mb d Louee. B 2B 31. 5B. JDunean, ArchbaW, B 2L 5A BA BB DT*. Evau., Jo6*>h. B t o 36..B 64 8B. Frk. Frank Laar,-. B 2B 3B oa *6.4, TA SB 100 G elu tely, Jean. B 2B 56 BR Sa. Uugt.t. da Amale, 2B 3A.fB to. larael, Lteoel, B 2B 3B.fA 64?B SB lol. A m ee, Evelyn. H 2B.B ab 8B. Johnaon. Arrhhald A ll tcr, B 2B SB 86. Jovd, Martha SB flb 14B. Masaev. Cyrl.lame*. B 2B 3B 5B BR flb JOB. MCann. AR-ert Kroeet, l l ).fb BA BR OB SB 2SA. M CormVk, Francs Wllam, B.4B 8A. Mr;H. Uuch Rob?Tf, 64 *.4 7A Ub. MKenna, Kathleen Clare Recce, B 3L ftb BB 14B 15B. M ller. Claude Henr?, H 2A 3B.fA x «A TA 8H OB J7 pro..ffoody, W llam Alfred A le*.. B 5B 64 UB, R lev, StanUlan* Patrck. B 44 6B 64 8B 19B. Robn, Stella. 16 nb «B 19B 13R. Srohe. Derek Campbell BB 8H. Shehon. Dors Ellen, B 8L -to «B 8B 14B 158. Stnaon. Janet Elteabeth, H 28 SB flb. Walkom, Percval Gordon, B 2B BB SH. o r a n g e p u b l k sch on.. Antbonv, Coln U n re lo t, 1B"5R 64 7B?B.U B. Armstrong. Harold Barr#-. B 64 6B 7B 8K U B Bowrer. Bldnev. H 5B 6.4 TB SH UB. Brav. Svlva. B 3B SB SA 12B MB UA. nures. Gladya May. 14 fl.4 12B flb 148. Dart*. Oswald James. B to BB SA 13B UB SA. rovd, Gladya Delphne, 18 SB S4 12B flb. G l fvllam FMarard, SB BB 7B SB L UA. luwker, Oeoffrev Brce. H 2B 3B f.4 xba 7.4 UB. M T 7. BUeen Lnrw. B SB SB J2 B 5B. OBree Erc -lohn Roberts, B 2B SB 6R SB XB, O s b e. Alfred Allataon B oa BA 7B SA U L Sorrell, Norman R.. B GB SB U L flb U B 15B. Varroe: Alfred Harold, H 34 SA» V "B «4 U L W rwrtrt. Albert Edward. TB L SA xba 7.4 SB. Wlaon. Franrla W lfred, 26 -fb BB 8.4. SlNGl.ETON (X>NVENT OF ffercf HGH SCHOOL, rnnlnrfaam..vnne B.. B?A , T4M W 0B TH DSTRCT 8CH001-. Adam. Arthur W llu m. 54 BB TB SB UB. b e r t e o n. o m a s J J n te a B S B to U L

6 S t -pfentp Hornmg BtralU. TH l-nsd AT, JAN U ARY M, Wn. rn V tr S fly Appbtotlon. wu be f«e v e d a. E. j C!)t Hornmg ftrar. T m m S O A Y, J A N T A B T 30, NEW JUDGES. MH..YRMSTUONG AND MR. COHEN. T h e A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l (M r. H a ll) aon o u n c el la s t ubbc th a t M r. L a u r e n c e A r m a t r o n g and M r. J. J G o h eo. M.L.A - (S p e a k e r o f th e L e g a - la c T e A s s e m b ly, b a r e a c c e p te d a p p o ln tm e a t to tb e D s t r c t C o u r t B en ch. T h e y w ll bo s w o rn n w t h n tb e n e x t d a y o r tw o, and t o l l l cocum encc tb o r d u te s n ex t w eek. M r. U a ll ad d ed tb a t a Ju d go ab p b a d b ee u o ffe r e d to D r. B rls s e n d c n, w b o s o n a c tv e s e r v c e, b u t n o r e p ly b ad b een r e c e v e d to th e c a b le m e s s a g e d e s p a tc h e d b y tb e G o v e ru - m e n l. M r. A r m s t r o n g w a s b orn tn C h rs tc h u rc b ( N. Z. ) n H e w a s e d u ca te d a t th e Syd n e y G r a m m a r S ch o o l an d th e S y d n e y U n lver- s ly, a n d w a s c a lle d to th e B a r n A t tb e B a r h e b a s b een e n g a g e d m o s tly o n th e C o m m o n la w sd e, an d s a w e ll-k n o w n fgu re n tb e A r b t r a t o n C o u r t. H e w a a a d s tlq - gu ts b e d s c h o la r a t tb e U n v e r s t y. T h e p o s to n o f D s t r c t C o u r t Ju d ge w a s o ffe r e d b y th e G o v e ru m e n t y e s te r d a y to Mr. S. B o y c e, w b o d e c ln e d tb o a p p o u o K n t. L E A V N G C E R T F C A T E E X A M N A T O N. T h e recent publcaton the rosultw o f j the leavng certtcflfe examnaton makes rtttbs a fttn g tm e to dscuss one or tw o{ a«t>ects o f the system o f keeoudary ednea-} ton n vogue n thls State. T h e examna- must be regarded from tw o ponts o f vew. Frst o f all t s ntended to o v ld e corroboratve evdence o f tbe dll- gence and apttude o f studenta durng ther school lfe. Aa such lttle fau lt can be!f*und w th t. n the second plucc, however, ths same exam naton provdes a g*teway to a w de career. Success n tbe esnnlnuto admts to the varous facl- tlea n the Unversty. L ot us take these pbases separately. A revew o f lle lst; Bucceftse.s shows that the m ajorty o f rhe canddates have studw at least seven subjects durng ther school career. Now, t s remarkable tlmt the subjects chosen are fo the most part academc subjects. Out o f. 101 canddates from ten bg metro-, pnuan scluwls three passed n bnstess prncples, fve n economcs, and three lu Vhsrt.hand. From ths t may be concluded Unt the am o f these sohoole s lo prep a r e l)oys for the U n lve Sty. There b. however, a great dsparty between fln rumt)er o f sueeessfuj cuuldatefl n the.le a v n g certfcate examnaton and the, number o f young men and women who enter the U nversty. Now, t would be ll mstake to m agne that those stndent.s who do not pursue tler studes n the hgher seat o f learnng have receved no beneft from ther school studes. Hut t s surely pertnent to enqure whether ttey. tvould not have receft-ed greater l>ene.flt to themselves, and consequently have proved greater assets to the Stale, had ther tralnlugseen less acndotnc and more pnu tcal. t s to be feared, however, that headmasters and those responsble for the conduct o f schools tend to act on f.ved lnes. Teachng KtnfTs are expensve, equpment fo r a large range o f subjects la au addtonal burden therefore the boya a n d grls must take* the otfl fam lar Bubja.ts. f they prove very brght or partcularly ludustrlon.s they w ll fnd a w ay to the Unversty. f tbey fa ll b y the w aysde th ey w ll at lea.st have ganed some crumbs from the table o f those rch ln academc f*re. So much, then, for w hat mny #e term ed com paratvely, a-t any, the w astage o f our system. Let BOW take tbe second aspect o f the fteavn g vortlbcate examnaton. The Un-[ JvtT.slty }>ernts a cnnddute to m atrculate ln any fcuuy provded that he Katsfes the leavng certtcate examners n the subjects ordaned hy that faculty. A boy may. tlutpfore. pass hs leavng certfcate ammpto w hb rlv A s, but through fa lng n on e partlcsular subject -jksslhly [throuph ll-health or -one o f the many chnnc*s ntluenchg an exam ner -le s K»t consdered elgble fo r admsson to the faculty on whch he has set hla heart. Tw o courses are then open to hm. He n ay fever.-fthly exam ne the regulatons o f tbe varous facultes la order to d.seover to whch o f them hs leavng certfcate pass adm ts hm. H avn g found one he may decde to nfaodon the career o f hs choce and to adopt the ope to whch bs couve s clear. Tlu- alternatve s to put u one month s hard crammng a t the subje c t n whch he faled and to present hm s e lf as a canddate fo r the m atrculaton exam naton n ext March. t 1.B dffcult to loaglu e that th e fe w weeks w ork done under theae condtons can rea lly m ake th e student ttter to do ju s tce to onlggrsty tuton n the course he has chosen. Those tw o ponts, then, deserve the careful consderaton o f those n charge o f our secondary educaton, snce educaton s perhaps the moat m portant problem of the present day. L F E GO V EEyORS. R O Y A L P R N C E A L F R E D H O S P T A L. A s a r e s u lt o f t h e r d o n a to n s o f 5 0 o r o v e r t o th e ju b le e fu n d o f th e R o y a l P r n c e A lfr e d H o s p ta l, th e f o llo w n g lad te a a n d g e n tlo m c n w e r e, a t a m e e t n g o f tb e b o a rd. o f d r e c t o r s y e e t e r d a y, m a d e l t e g o v e r n o r s o f th e h o s p t a l: 230 each: M eu n. Lebbeus Hordern and J. J. Rous#. lao eeobr Dr. O. 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R o y a l.a u s trala n N a v y ). n -p rec e d n g ta lk s, th o P r m a r y S ch o o l h ag -been th e c h e f s u b je c t, an d t h a s b e e n s t r o n g ly s u g g e s te d tb a t th e a tm o a -1 p h e re o f th e P r m a r y S c h o o l h as a g o o d d e a l to d o w t h th e p r o b le m o f s e c u rn g n du stral peace. W e now jum p to the o th e r e n d o f th e e d u c a to n la d d e r. n ; b e tw e e n w e h a v e th e H g h S ch o o ls, n m a n y w a y s b e t w e e n th e d e v l a n d th e d e e p s e a. A n d e a e x s ts n c e r t a n q u a r t e r s th a t a U n v e r s t y s f o r th e -w e a lth y, t b e g o v e r n n g c la s s e s, b od fln g c a p t a ls t s. M uch b as b e e n d on e n r e c e n t y e a r s to d e m o c r a t s e o u r U n v e r s t y, an d t o m a k e tt e a s y f o r th e b o y o r g r l o t s m a ll m e a n s t o g e t t o tb e to p o f t h e e d u c a to n la d d er, a lt h o u g h th e fo r c e s o f c o n s e r v a ts m a r e v e r y s tr o n g. t s o n ly n a t u r a l th a t a B r t s h U n v e r s t y n a n e w la n d shou ld s t a r t a lo n g th e o ld f a m la r ln e s. A ll the m o re h o n o r to th o se who h a v e g ra d u a l l y e v o lv e d an n s t tu to n b e t t e r s u te d - to A u s t r a la n c o n d to n s. B u t w o u ld re m n d th e s e v e r e ly p r a c t c a l m a n t b a t t ta k e s a l l s o r ts t o m a k e a U n v e r s t y h e n c e th e n a m e. T h e r e m u st b o ro o m f o r -the s tu d e n t o t lt e r a t u r e, a n c e n t and m o d e r n : f o r th e p h lo s o p h e r, th e m e ta - p u y s c s t, th e a s tr u n o m e r, th e p o e t, th e, h s t o r a n, tb e d r e a m e r. T h e r o s s t l l -room f o r t h e n g n e e r, tb e g e o lo g s t, th e d e n ts t, t h e m n e r, th e b o ta n s t, th e c h e m s t, th e la w y e r, t e d o c to r, th e c a p ta n o f n d u s try, th e -v e b e r ln a r y s u rgeon, th e f a r m e r. W th th e n e w T r a n n g C o l le g e n ts gro u n d s, th e r e w T ll b e a g r e a t e r e x te n s o n o f t h e U n v e r s t y s n flu e n c e, th ro u g h t h e te a c h e r s, w h o w ll p a s s o u t lo t o th e s c h o o ls n n c r e a s n g n u m b e rs, w th t b e h a ll m a rk o f t e a m n g a n d th e p a y o f an u n s k lle d la b o r e r. T b e U n v e r s t y s a g r e a t te a c h n g n s ttu to n -w here a m a n m a y re a s o n a b ly h o p e to fln d lg b t an d le a r o ln g. w h e re - wth to tr a n s fu s e h ls l f e s w o r k w t h n - t e lle c t o e l an d m o r a l v s o n, n o m a tte r w h a t h s c h o s e n c a lln g. t s n o t th e fu n c to n o f a U n v e r s t y to b e a g lo r fe d T e c h n c a l S c h o o l. O ur U n v e r s t y s a ls o a g r e a t e x a m - n n g b o d y, -whlcb g t v e s o r -w th h o ld s th e h a ll m a rk o le a r n n g. t s p r o fe s s o r s a r e c h a r g e d w t h th e ta sk o f p r e s e r v n g a h g h s ta n d a rd o f a t ta n m e n t..and th e p o n t w a n t t o m a k e n th s b r e f T a lk s th a t n g e n e r a l th e y a r e n o t g v e n a f a r c h a n c e to d o t. W th o u t e n t e r n g n to d e ta le d a r g u m e n t : 1. 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T h e p o s to n w a s c o o s ld e r e d b y th e F e d e r a l C a b n e t t o - n g h t, a n d M r. W a t t B u bscq u eu tly a n n o u n ce d th a t th e C a b n e t d e c d e d t o re q u e s t M r. B ra d d o n to c o n tn u e n o fflc e f o r th r e e or f o u r m o n th a lo n g e r. H e w a e c a b ln g M r. B ra d d o n to th a t e ffe c t. M r. W a t t m a d e n o. re fe re n c e to th e a p p o n tm e n t o f a s u c c e s s o r! t o M r. B ra d d o n. t s b e le v e d n a o m e c r c le s th a t th e F r lm e M n s te r (M r. H u g h e s ) w l l r (e v e a t u a lj y b e a p p o n te d t o th a t p o s t j M r. T h o m a s P. P u r v e s. o f R o s k a e r, D a r l P o n t, h a s r e c e v e d n fo r m a to n tb a t h s m D r. A lla n M. P u rv e s, o f B o n d, w h o h o l d a J ra n k o f c a p ta n n th e A.M.C.. h a s X a w a rd e d th e M lt a r y C ro s s on th e f # t F ra n c e. FE B R U AR Y 24, SCeOURSHlPS Teachers Tranng College SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS S c h o la r s h p s a t t h e T e a c h e r s C o l le g e, B la c k fr a r s, h a v e h e e n a w a r d e d to t h e y n d e r m c n t o n e d S tu d e n ts. T h e S c h o la r s h p s c o m p r s e ( 1 ) a m o n e y a l lo w a n c e ; (2 ) n e c e s s a r y t e x t - b o o k s, a n d (3 ) e x e m p t o n f r o m c o lle g e t u t o n fe e s. T b e a llo w a n c e p a y a b le.s 30 p e r a n n u m, w t h a n a d d t o n a l g r a n t o f 20 to s c h o la r s h p h o ld e r s w h o h a v e to b o a r d a w a y f r o m h o m e. n e a c h c a s e th e a w a r d o f th e s c h o la r s h p s c o n d t o n a l u p o n t h e c a n d d a t e s o b t a n n g a s a t s f a c t o r y c e r t fc a t e o f h e a lth f r o m th e d e p a r t m e n t s m e d c a l o f f c e r : Q u a lfe d a l f h e L e a v n g C e r t f c a t e e x a m n a t o n, 8 S : M EN. T hom a# Lln tan Albvrtscn, T am w orth D ls- trk-t S ch ool; A n h a r 5. T n n n g AUan, B a th u rst H lrb School; Au brey WJlla A u b rey. Tech ncal H gh S ch ool; Stan Jam ea A le *. Au stn. Dubho H gh. T om S om ervlle B a ker, G ra fton H g h : ; W esley M. B arnett, T ec h n c a l H gh S ch ool; D ouglae B eard o w, L U m o r e ; T h o m a s E d g a r Bereuford, Sydney B o ys H g h S ch ool; Charles Lesle B etts, W est K erapaey )!a-, trlct; W luam S. B etts, We.st K em p sey n s lr lc t: Charles Ernest B gg ers. E ast M a tland Boys H g h S cb ool; Jam es F. B oag, S.vdney B o ys H gh S ch s o ; A rth u r L o ck s ley Bruce, E ast M atland B o ys H g h School; Jam es M ch ael Byrnea, S ydney B o ys H g h School. Charles R egn a ld Cash. S ydney B oys H g h School: M axw e ll M llon Coote, S ydney B o ys H gh School. D a lla * A n lrto - Doolan, T a m w o rth D s trc t School: A rch b ald Duncan, N ew caetle P u b lc H g h ; A lle n M erton Dunt-an, G ra fto n H g h ; ftvlllam F n la y Duncan. G ra fton Hgh. Claude K dw ard e, E aet M atla n d; Joseph E vans. N e w c a a tle P u b lc H gh. H erbert W llam P lts ell, Taree D s trc t; Leo E m e e t Joeeph F oley, S ydney B o y s H g h S ch o o l; H oy P u rc e ll For«L S yd n ey B oye H g h S ch ool; R aym on d B elm o n t F o r s ter. E ast M atlan d B o ys H g h S rh ool: D o n ald Jam es F ox, W a g g a W a g g a H gh School. W lla m A r th u r G oddard, Goulburn H g h S ch ool; Russell F ra n cs Goode, G ra fton H g h ; S ydney Jam es G ra n t, E a s t M a ltla td B oys H g h School; T h eoph llu s so G rant. T ech n cal H g h S ch ool; H o rb ert.tames Green, S ydney B o ys H g h S ch ool; 0 «w a ld ta rth u r GreenCree, E ast M a tla n d B o ys H g h S ch o o l; F re d e rc Gurd, A rm d a le D s trc t School. Th om a s Joseph H a g le y, B ro k en H ll D le- trlc t S ch o o l; B a sl N a th a n R ob ert H a m - m ood. B a st M atla n d B o y s H g h S ch ool: T ra v e jh e n ry Joh n H arrson. S ydney B o y s.h g h S ch o o l: E rn est A r th u r D. H aw ke, P a rra m a tta H g h S ch ool; R ob ert C. H ll. K s s t M a tla n d B oys H g h S ch ool; H a rold T h om a s C lyde H ow ard, Dubbo H g h ; V c to r W y a lo n g H yd e, S ydney Boys* H g h S ch c*. K en n eth Jennngs. F o rt-s tre e t B oys H g h Sch ool: L e s le T. Jobbns, W a g g a H g h ; W lla m K u rl Johnston, Ea.st M atla n d B o ys H g h S c h o o l: W n ston H o w a rd Judd, W est K em p s ey D strct.. F ra n k B e n ja m n L aw rence. W a g g a W a g g a H g h S ch o o l; Joh n H. L a w rle, Lsm ore D strct S ch o o l; S ydney A rth u r Lenehan, T e c h ncal H g h S ch ool; Jam es P. F. Ln coln. T ec h n c a l H g h S ch ool; H a r r y B. L ttle, W es t K em p s ey D s trc t SchooL A lb e rt S yd n ey M adcw. 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7 _ ttla d rs O lga MacMUaT. B ath urst H e h ; l&tr>- E ve lrn M adden. W o llo a ro n g lla h ; T D o r l H ope M archant. S rd n ey Orla" H fg h ; E lele M arhelne. W eet M atla n d Glrla H g h : E dn a Em lljr M artn. S ydney Glrla H g h ; L ly n am s ay M enmulr. S ydney O rle H g h : D oroth ea r. M chel, F o rt-stree t Grls H g h : E m m a-e velyn M ddleton, N o rth Sydney Olrls* H g h : PattJe M on elth. A rm d a le Dletrh-t; M ary G eorgn a H oore. W o llon go n g H g h : D oroth y M ary M urphy. O.L.M. College. P a r r a m a tta ; M arga re t AU ce M K ev e tt. Sydney O rla H g h : Jnafc H e a th e r A. M L ea n. nvarell D s trc t; E leen M ry M M ahon. W est M atland Glrla H g h ; K ath leen M M ahon. -Ht..Marr s CoUege. B a th u rst: M are C a th ern e.mmenamln. H alh u rst H g h ; la M.Vee. S ydney G rls H g h :.Tesse M ay.nfphall. P u rra m a tta H g h ; D ors V e re G. M Roberta S ydney G rls H gh. M arga ret N ell. St. Sch olaetfca s; D o ro th y V o let Nkhol. P a rra m a tta H gh. E sther Sarah O Donoghue. P a rra m a tta H g h ; K a th e rn e O w er, Dhho H gh. M ary K. P erk er, St S ch olastlcaa; : HMeen M a rga re t P egum. O.L.M. C o llege... m a tta ; Jean B a rb a ra Peteraon. Fort-streo f G rls H g h ; R u b y E u p h em a Ponton, Forts treet G rls H gh. N e lle H e a th e r Bed. F o rt-stree t G lrk H g h ; Vven n e R ley. S. Vn cen ts C o llege; Jean R obertson. W o llo n go n g H g h ; F red a M ah ala Robnson. S ydney Grls H g h ; B lanch e M ary R osslter, P a rra m a tta H g h ; d a Ruspell. M onte Sant Angelo. V era Shepherd. P a rra m a tta H g h ; S tella Jane Sheppard. O r fto n H g h ; M abel Juanltr Sherlock. B roken H U D s trc t; DuU-le Stella Sknner. S ydney Grla H g h : E lnor M ldred M. Sm th. P a rra m a tta H g h ; L e la Smth. St. V n cen t s C o lle g e: L la n n a Smth. Broken H ll D s trc t; K a th le en M ary Southj w ell. Goulburn H g h ; G race M urel Spcer, B ath urst T tgh : M abel Louse S tapleford. n- v cre ll D s trc t; Jan et E llaab eth.stnson, New- K teanor T a ylo r. P a rra m a tta H g h ; R u lh Thom as, F<rt-street G rls H g h ; M ary T ooh ey. P resentaton Convent, W a g g a ; A lleen E lla T reg o w n, B a th u rst H g h ; Constance ren a Turnbull. Dubbo H g h : Constance E th el Turn er. S ydney G rls H gh. H» * e l E leen W aldron. N o rth Sydney Glels H g h : A m y A m e la W atson. Dubbo H g h ; D ors W atts. Alburj- D s trc t: D oroth ea H elen W lderseh n. St. G eorge G rls H g h ; M a rjo re E lsabeth W llka. W est M atlan d G rls H g h : M ay M arslon W llllam e, F o rts treet G rls H g h ; E lltb K a th le en W oods, N o rth S ydney G rls H gh. O T H E R C A N D D A T E S U n d ergrad u ates and oth er c a r dates U N V E R S T Y E X A M S. HOW STUDENTS W LL FAEE \ J -wrtea: t s understood that the U nversty autlortles have decded to proceed wth the holdng of the Matrculaton examnatou upon the advertsed date ftxed pror to the outbreak o f nfluenza. A notfcaton appeared, beleve. n the press some days ago, statng that the M nster for HeaJth had gven hs consent to ths course, subject to the condtons that the canddates w ere seated n the open ar, were masked, and were placed at a certan specfed mnmum dstance from each other. n connecton wth ths matter, desre to pont out that the holdng o f the examnaton under these condtons. whch, n any case, requres fne weather, cannot fal to have a moat dsturbng and dstractng nfluence upon the canddates, most of whom aro stll n ther teens, and that, n consequence, the m ajorty of them are not lkely to db justce to themsglves. Further, those who were beng prepared by schools and colleges, have, n most nstances, been entrely deprved of the gdajce and nstructon o f ther teachers n what s probably the most mportant perod of ther preparaton. f, therefore, the Senate stll consders t m peratve to hold the examnaton on the prevously determned date, t s to be hoped that the w rtten efforts o f canddates wll be Judged wth due consderaton o f the present crcumstances, and every allowance made therefor. Also fo r n all cases n whch there s any reasonable ground whatever for so dong, advantage w ll be taken o f the exstng by-law to ascertan by sup- [ plementar> vv a voce test the qualfcatons o f canddates who.may be near enough to the pass standard to justfy the assumpton that they would probably have satsfed tho examners under normal condtons...vttts, Marjore B. Lngan,.47n. Lnrd, C. J. M t ffrey. R. C. MCo.v, J. F. JCCulloch, W. L. MaMontld, L E. MCratw,.T. J. Mfntoh, J. N. Mem, R. UUoolm, C. P. M 4:!:, A. D. Morgad, C. Morgen. K. Munro, J. 31. O Dotnell,. M. (hven, B. J. Page, C. J. Playr*u»t, N. A. Porter. Selna Puckey, V.. Qunlan, J. B. Relly, R, V. Rlrtard, Heather. Roae, CTare G. Ryan. A. B. H. Salter, D. C. Srobe, A. V. Snth. W. 0. StaadBh. F. E. SUynor, R. re Stephen. R. B. C. Ftevenson, D.! f D. Stewart, A. R. B. Stukly, O. E. Treedder, C. T. Underwood, 0 M. Welah, L. W. V n e. A. P Telrlhn DEJP.ARTMENT OF D E N TrS T R T.-R. Bateman. FA CULTY OF snk K C E (20). F. W. Aalcrson, W. E. M. Blarney, J. J. Dplaney, A. R. Ford, W. F. Getesmann. Vven F. Gellatly. C. Pre Lambert, F. Llore, W. P. Machn, Edna E. Martn. U 0. M rrn e, F.lane BL Shepberdeon. Dulce S. Rknner. K. SlesBor, Jetwe K. Steel. Anna B. Thom, Aleen E. Tregtown, A. H. Varcoe, H. F. Whtwtath, May M. WHama. EVGSKERNO (2B).-.T. M. Adnam. A. R. B h lr, O. Fre Byant. H. P. BucHey, A. R. O. Chappe. C. H. Clarke. R. Cohen. R.. Cope. P. R. Coyne, W. O. Curry. F. H. Danell, L. Q. Day. A. Dennng, H. U. George, <. B. Hethwlngton, A. P. JuHoa, H. W. Knght, n. W. J, Maekar. A. P. Marcerra*, O. H. Wartn, C. F. Mller. H. H. R. Mortler, T. ODonnell, A. Savage, A. W. Shoebrdge. A. w, Stone. F. D. Venablea. D. J. Verrxn, ff. C. Thomson. ECGKOMOS AVD COfMERCB (U ).- D o r a A. Brake, W. J. Court. B. W. Goodwn, E. A. Gray. R. S. Hupbesdoo, K. Jennee. F. 0. P. Keane, L o O. MaoMahon. W. E. MuTOhy. A. A. Pckerng. LllRn F. Plunkett S. P. Rflev. Ethel M. Thomas O. F. Wallaee VETHRTNARY SC1ENCF--H. R. Ckme. AROHTBCTDRE (2 ).-N e lle McCrede, K. A. Odltng. S Y D.V E Y, W E D a V E S D A Y. M.A R C H DOMESTC SCENCE. UNTVERSTY M 0VE5ENT, A t (he last meettng ot the Senate t -wa* resolved T o e.stblw a currctlum n domestc ftclcnoe, leadng to the degree o f Bachelor o f Scence n Domestc Scence, The follow ng by laws have been adopted to regulate, the c u r r c u l u m 1. d the o o l o f Domestc Scence tbere shall w gnmccd a < gree of Bachelor o f Scence n Domestc Scence (B.f.. Don.V a. CoDdadAte# for Ute degree <rf Bachelor o f SneDce n Domestc Scence ahall be requred at the connencen.ent of tler courae to pass the matrculaton examnaton prescrbed for cauddatea for tho degree of Bachalor of Scence. 8. (Canddates for the degree o f Bachelor o f Scence n Domestc Scence ahou be requred to attend tbe oourae* of lectures ooverng a perod o f a t leaat three years, to pua the exannauor prescrbed n the followng by-laws, u acoordunce wth the cooduons theren lad down (Canddates for the degree of Bachelor c f Sccooe n Dom eoc Bcence roust have attended and passed the ctncludng e.-aunustlons of seven of the courses prescrbed n dapter X X L, sectons «, 7, a r 8, or roncudates for the degree o f Bachelor of S..-eK-e. Theee courses shall nclude physcs, chemstry, physology, am bot:,uv or *ool<«y. One subject nm*t be selected for a -ontnuous course ca study extendng oyer three yean, provded that for the pupose o f ths by-law a courae n physoloky shall be held to be contlnuotw wth a course n chemstry. They w ll also be requlr*<l to attend ajd» t W y tho examners n a course of publc health. n ar.thtlon cnndldnteh w ll be requred to attend tha lectures and paw satsfactory exauuatons o stage 1. and stage L of tje course u Dooebto Scence a t thc Syd- ne> Techncal Oollege. 6. The fee for tbe degree o f Bachelor U Scence n Domestc Scence shall be three pounds. > o Mddute shall be admtted to the exsmnaton unleaa he s hav prevously pad ths fee to the Regstrar. f a wnddale fals to pasa the cxamlnatw the fee * a U not be returned to hro. For any ra-cxamnatton for the same degree be slrall pay a fee of tw o pmnrts. 6. A randate shall not b e afohted to the degree of Bachelor of Scence n Domestc Scence unless he shall pro<luce a certflcate from the l> «n o f the kaculfe of Serocc that he e srf 12 terms stdndng. und t h a y e haa passed all tbe examnaton* and ha* a t lr f a r t ly compled wth all the other rondtlohs requred o f hm r d S, rffcem mert, receve a bronze medal. S M O K E C O N C E R T T E N D E E K D t o CArTAJ-N S T O R K E Y V.C. V T h e r e was an attendance o f aboot 200 At th Muncpal The«tr last «venng returned solders beng n the m ajorty, when a smoke concert and wecomo waa gven m honor of Ca>tan P. V. Storkey, V.C. Tbe proceedngs were entbusaetc throughout, ts was also the recepton to the guest o f the evenng. unumerous tousts wore honored, and musca treats wore rendered by an orchestra under the control o f M r C. lo y Spackman, whle mnsca tems were gven by a number of those present. The M ayor (.Mr H. H ll) ppes<lod, and on hs rght w0 s Cuptnn Storkey, V.C., and on hs left M r Storkev and M r J. V. Brown, M.P. H o was also supported bv member.s of the C ty Councl and representatves of nublc bodes. The toast lst was as follows; The M ayor (M r H. Hllfe n proposng the toffft of te gut*st- of the evenng, sad the\- met a.s «t7.*-n,s of Naper to show honor to one of X p.er a d teens, and also to show honor to those who had gone to thc front, where thoy had ganed a name ond many had r e - turned home, muny o f tben wth decoratons and wounds representng duty well done. From them the JHun had learned how he tad to respect tle la w and John Bull. t was men from the Colones that had gone tb that rcagh war to teach hm ths, and they had here to commemoratt* one o f these vctores. Tley had wth them Captan Storkey, V.C. (apuause), who had been amongst thoko«who lad zt>ne to gan honor f<«lkr eonntry. When he saw the great events that had taken place he saw how woklerful had been Cte offer.s o f the young men from Naper who had been ready to fght for ther country. t showed the erandeur dsplayed n a man. who was ready to Keep hs Empre, as t had been gmed. They had to commemorate a great event n the hsttm-t of the wnr, the Vctora Cross nobly pnned Ty Captan Storkey. H e then read the account by General Brdwood of the valorous effort of Captan Storkey (loud applause). They could turn to ther guest and say they were proud that a Naper-bred boy had dsplayed such courage nnd leadershp They had agan to corgrutulot<» hm, and they wsled hm stll such good fortune as le doserved. They hotod that he would fnd hs dstctun a steppng-rtone to a long and dso- ffut«h( d career. (Loud applause). The health of Uk* guest \va«then drunk, and was followed by F or Hes a Jolly Good Fellow, and cheers. C APTAN STGRKEY S HlPLV. Coptan Strkev. u reply sad he had told them ou Aouuav tmt he thoroughly apprecated the welcome tuut hud been acurued hm ond the manner u whch tbev had congratulated hm. H e bad undergone some ordeals snce he had gamed hs honor, but hft had just uadoruuemt one of te worst when the Alavor md read out ft thng tke that n cdd blood, referrng to tbe account of lus gatutg o f tbe V.C. A mau had. however, to come back to hft owj natve town lo gau the one *eer welcone. aod he (M>ukl not havo wshed fur a murt: cnthusaat. «>no. hev must uot uuulc ho hud m a yp «l ths thug out n cold blo(x. The uostuu had arsen lud he hud taken t. le ro ltul Kon two Jangs to do. du e was to run away, aud one wa.s to vet nto t. H e ao uot thnk anvjue oro>eut would have run awav. f chev w.oro stsfed wtu; hm and hs ht-lmtour Hen he was satbf(«d. No man went twav lookng s for these dstftttons. He dd not mnd lullng thm that he had ha< the wnd d d between the tm ot hs rceonnendftton md tho tme o tho award. Three of the olous n hs attack had been klled and others woaked. whle ou» lad been take; orw u er war. H e was oroud of tho welcomo that had l>een rven bom, onu t was tbe sncentv and he**-tmtra;, ot hs w elw m o that gratfed t -. H e would shortly be eon*- back ro Australa. and n ounclu.son ho would ask autone from Na.n(»r who waa vj.«rtng Svdnev to look hnt uu and he would guarantee tltem a good tme as he could. H e had ro thank the Mayor and counculors. oh representng N aoer. and the return: ; men for the manner n whch he lad been welcomed back. Th mnzue o f F or H es a Jolly, Good Fellow wa.r agan ndulged and heartv cheers w er gvt-u for the guest. OtTR N A V Y. Tlw next toast on the lst was Ouf N ftvy. prooosed bv the Rev. Bennett, who. n the course of hs address, referred to th fa ct tbat. n spte of our gan d navv and power, we had never token UV arm>; fw self aggrandsement. though we had token t h («up to helo our weaker brethro. (ermany or auv other naton could not cjam U. (Mr P. Ashcroft rcnlpd on behalf of Captan H. WTte-Parsons. now on a*?tva servce. H e referred to the Xawy as havng brought a meau.s o4 freedam fo r all. T H E A R M Y. H e toast Our A rm v was su rted on U wav hr M r A. K..fuU, who referred to tho marvellous growth o f the armv and the respect that t had (mned n contact wth our Alles n all the theatres of war. M ajor Rlncland n reply, referred partcnlarlv to th greatest effort, ot the Brtsh Arm y, namely th great rrtreat from Mons. O U R O W N BOVS.. T1k5 N.Z.E.F. was propueed by Af K n gb t, and repled to b j Lentenan AJdFwfc. The toa=*t bbe wa them propoeed by.\lr W. Tweedc, aaw rebded to bv Oaptan»S6t«t:ey, V.C., who tlnankecl Uwun for the prase accorded the.vsstftalan mpernl Forces. w3]k»h wh(4 was perhaps nexpeoted. T1)ot were a wld arwm, atcnest the wdest, but tlcw were always there tor a fght. H e haxf b «* asked why he dd re 1- -J- refcre X,... CT.fa.l..,..} not e o v r ths New Zeon torcee but t tlw r w u f*rup,. He bed been n t k o mms an» to wlrtwr R-ook come to Novr Zealand lo enrfs and had l>eard tm t th* enl-tment were so mnn-rous a t tuut tme tfs \mem were xsbg k {t ou(;k man; jjontbs. He d(t not want Ub. so entsunl wtf tbe ATrstnUans, wtl whom he wuss tna* of gettng away, was mvdttms to cotmpet one ootoua wp>p wth amother tor f la n t wxwk, for Hey h l all done so w. H e t-h**r refctred to returned solders n parloulst and sad that ajl the lum sbould be roapeoted by. tle cavl.n nopujatjoq they had gone.w a y to for. To returned men ue a whole he waa r*repa.re>d to take off bs *at, and he hop\l that New Zeaknul woukl respect them as they de»erved. Tb song At.draJa whl bo Here yras them sung wtl mtrf emthusa5dn. T w tvftkt, " Tm Red Cross, was pwposed by M r A. O. Alar-l>«on and honored»c»q?fncy, M r K err replymg. A H E A R T Y R B C E PTQ N. M r J- V Bronvn was then called on to propoee tje toast to tho rotorned *o1 cts. H e was greeted wth f A K M e h y th rotcrped men S Y D N E Y. T U E S D A Y. M A R C H 4, SYD NEY U N VERSTY. ex h b to.ns.aw.arded. J «S 2 j* th e *d?tc*lor J! ol Syd- tp(*a wba collecton ot The beute aj«aow pte. t!- oflra r f u sunml prse of 5 tbe Fatltv r cos,o?lx XK, J: p S s l K S S f S UNVERSTY STUDENTS PRACTCAL TRANNG. F r o m l e f t to r g h t : M s s e s B. J. F e r r t e r a r t y e a r ), D o m * B y m e (S n d y e a r ), M. A. R & n s a y (2 n d y e a r ), D. D. H o p e (1 s t y e a r ). T h e q u a r t e t te a r e S ta te s c h o o l te a c h e r s w h o b u ry C o lle g e, w h e re t h e y a c q u re m a n o a l d e x a r e t a k n g th e B.S c. a g r c u ltu r a l c o u rs e u n d e r t e r t y n e v e r y b ra n c h o fa r m p r a c tc e a n d lv e s to c k m a n a g e m en t. W h e n q n a ltfe d th e y P r o fe s e o r W a t t, a t S y d n e y U n v e r s t y. T b e y w l l b e e m p lo y e d aa te c b n c a l te a c h e r s s th e a p p e a r n w o r k n g g a rb, n w h c h tb e y p u rs u e a g r c u lt u r a l s ec to n s o f th e h g h s cb o o ls. th e r p r a c tc a l tr a n n g. T o s e c u re tb e d e g r e e "S o f a r, " s a y s P r n c p a l P o t ts, " t h o g r ls n a g r c u ltu r a l s c e n c e n e o c e a ta te s a f o u r - b a v e e x h b te d a k e e n a n d p r a c tc a l n t e r e s t y e a r s c ou ra e n o d 13 w e e k s n e a c h y e a r b a v e n e v e r y s e c to n o f t h e r w o rk. M o r e o v e r, to b e d e v o te d to p r a e t lc a l w o r k a t t b e H & w k e s- th e y a r e a n a c q u s to n t o th e c o lle g e. end was uduhk* -w apeak for tm e. Before he cuold ouumence e meu sane For H es a Jolly Good llatw. M r Brown spoke n bun»orstnun, Jcavug serous aspects *ne. A S O L D E R S OOMPR.AlN-r. laeuteaajrt Glaarford repled. He aad t wae tm e sontethng waa dme fo r th returned oldets. hey had lal a lot of projnboa and a Jot of people sad ne- tknfs afcrtut them, but when, t came to a Jrtb tht*re was nothng n ewderaoe. wnd th (»overn- men* was openng up a lot of poor lend and eeemed to expe< the returned men t to go back m*o the mountans aud, alftve on a forrm th«vt msght or nngnt not prove a payng proposton. h j men a- ro not askng foer property whero they could trooke a fottnu hut [fo r a p «o f land off wbc they could, make a daoent lrk. Then* was plwty 1 of real good Jand on th narke., nwl there was no reason whv the Detrt cohw not. g et t and gtve tle «en a decent chbn<(. Then there were men who wshed W go back to fhetr cwn lnes bsnew, and t wa for the 1Governmeot to ht4p tl«rn rtant allv to g e t n to hl»ej»o bustteam e*. Rs gereml eltcftons were comng off lund t was for tu m to get men n ParJanoBt lke.mr Brown who woum do. wme+bn ror them. H e l «d to thant M r Brown <uj bt ttdf of the rptrrud ms for th w ork le had don and they hoped U«?y oould 1stll count ou ls mpgyt and that they would get com more lke hm, (L o rg applause). O T H E R TOAvSTO. Oth#>r toaebs. honored were 0»r A H es." proposld W Atr llogtws am repled to M r W. Plowm U; "le Ang>5aKan Race. proposed fe \V A. Armour r T*ed to bv Major (loken: aftd Tbe Prcoa, p rcp o s bv M r J. P. K en n y and repled to fe Afr D. AfaJone. The prtx-eedngs ojoeod j«ht on m w-! nght wtt t9h* sng>v.< S m e. God Save K ng, and lolcers fo r Ca.-ptan Storkey, the -Mayor, land M r Brown.

8 JNUAKY 2H A PUKKA WEbCOME t l ) f -Pbup M o n n g llf a ll. = M = TO J A P T A N -ro B K K Y. V C N w y y. T r u s s 01 r k x m a s s e. Suspended m the Xaper Cojk Chan-. ers among photograph# of other emnent t men s an elargernent of a plotograph of Captan StorKoy., Further along * an enla-gcment of * letter from General Brdwood who «rtea to Captan Storkey tu?av tlat, the V*tora O osb had been ] awarned U hm for eceptunally g»o<l -nd gallant work durng ho operatons j at Bos He llagard on Aprl 7 (1918). On emergng from tb«\v<md n the at- (ark and ecountopug m enemy trrerh lne? yon ol%ervel an eoenv party nf { about W to 100 Atrong. armed wth eev- era] oa«hne guna, mldnp np the advance o f troop* on the rght. Although you only hnd 6 tue- wtl yon, you derded to attack ths pa.rty. from t{e flank and re»r. and. whle movng forward. were jucd t>y Leutenant Lpacumbe and 4 men. You then led yot- party wth fxed bayonet. aganst the oneray pna- to. anl eaptured tle postou. n ths assault you Klled and wounded alxmt 30 Germsn.s and capurcu te remander 3 ofleers aud 50 men. and a nachne gun..:\f. a result of your acton, the advance of the troops on your rjjht was coutnued Ut the objeote. Your magnfcent con-age and «kl«l leadershp u attaek- ; lug aganst euch g»fat odds aro beyund nraw*. and 1 am defd pleased lhat yonr lnt! solderly qualtes have been nm?d by the awjod pf ths much coveted -!ud h«h dstuxon. he rc ppnt of the rller.md the gallant loader retnrnod, after an abbence of everal yars frm hs natve lown.; last rvomng u (he nfonu of a captan of the A..F.. am the wtmr of the hglest, de-oral on n the Brt l Army the Vctora Cross, a splrndd achevenjet of whch Captan Storkey baa just rcastu lo bo proud. Sld ono whch makes hn Htve ounty and nure yarl c]av.,\ l > natve kwn. proud of hm. For m re- p-.esents h#, many brave solder mates wlto were once J# schoobnates tlen rtne joys, mw heroes all; for the decoruton lft bngs s the symbol of the Empre s reward not to hm. but- also to hs com rades, for the act of vn-lour he perfonn- d. and the acts of nual valour am dsc- ng of hs fellow solders..\nd a«surh dd Naper pul up the wndow shutters and form a massed gatherng tn wplcorno : ha- k hm who renresents to them ther j solder sons, busoanrls, and bcotlkts. j Tjucal Xpw Zealanders, men nf hlood and n*. who jeat Wlhehs best. And so * (le warmth of the recepton last evenng j reflected the depth of apprecaton of fap- tu Btorkey hmself am. moe wdely> t)f he men of whom he ft one--brave, j cout-eom*. a aentlvn.u.! Toug before the rx]*ected hour of a- v>al crowds flocked to the Marne Parade fully prepaccd to make the ocrcsun,1 memorable one. Tm returned aol- QjpTs. veterbuj. Terrtoral unts, Cadet?. Boy Scouts. Fre Brgade and ot-lerb lned the route from Rufflca street The H wl-e s Buy Regmental and Cty Bauds j pltyed patrot-c ars. Shortly before seven o clock a fleet of <ars was olwerved approaehub the cty frcm Faudon. A t last! A halt was mcule at the.ty boundary where lls Worshp thu Mayor (r 11. Hll) And a number o councllors formally welcomed Captan Storkey, "V.C., home tc hs natve town. «J. move was then mad to the Rotunda- on the Marne Parade, tbe.v.c. a car beg followed "by a rfumbcr.of others, and a processon formed by (h e. lnng tuctk. followng the cars. The gatherng at the Rotunda was a lug one and great and Ppontaneous en- thusttbm was dsplayed hv the glad crowd TaJt. Storkey wa» ntroduced to a num. bet o f Maor war veteraw whose face*. Bjjowcd ther pleasure and prde n meet- J one who to them was a solder of thjr owu heart and of tler stock. Kbonlder hgh, the crowd carred Captan Btjrkey to the Rotunda, whoro ho wa# greeted wth prolonged cheerng. He lteerfully waved to people he recognsed here aud there n the crowd At laftt the cheerng subsdcml and the appearance of H s Worshp the Mayor wlh Capl-an STrkcy besde hm was tbe e p a f for.slence. Tlftre were also ou tne platf.rm r and Mrs Storkey, thfe hero s parent#, the member for the dstrct. M J Vgor Bow, M.P., councllors, and a mmber of returned Boders, After the Hawke s Bay Regmental Baud played "Rule Brtanna," the Mavor h:eflv wdreased the Katherng. He knew ytmng Storkey" many yeare ago. and t V-a«now hs pleasure to Ave.ouo hck home Captan f>torkcv, V.C- t was a great occason, and he waa proud as a Naper dtavn to welcoo home a. Naper-bred boy. The Vctoro Cross was awarded for deels of valour, some- bg nobly done on the battlefeld. H# Worshp concluded n bes-f words; Captan Storkey. V.C.. tho ctzens of (be Borough of NapVr.ym r natve rt\. meet here th# evcmg lo greet your home comng. You come crowned wth lamct# of honour won on the wtutem. All hearts thmbbod wth lelglt when they learnt tlat tle hghest dstncton of a bolder had been confenud on yon, by our B-.acous Kng and a grateful neople. Cap- Wfl Storkey, wlnvr of tbe VcVona Cws, 1 greet aud welcome you and yonr pheuts, wbo are here, n the name of the ctzens and tbu cty countllob. You are most wokome, f>r your prpsodce re- nds uh of the noble udytg deeds doue ol the battlehcld for rght aud freedom, Md by a Naper-brod, boy. Frends, vomg and old have T-ome U greet you, Old welcome you home. The lads of the -< kks where vou were taught are proml of you, yonr old nasu-vs are glad of your succew, and to mark ther appvocato of you ae a solder, the Naper Cty Gon- clhamj ordered your pcture and? copy of the lette" receved bv you frnm that popular and worthy leadtr Gcueral Brd* \oo.l, to be placed on tlw* w»h <>f lha CoUQcl Chamber a an emulaton t-o kho who cmub after yu. Wc rejoce at y-ur return, and trust your future wll be v-otby of the dbslncto you so wo.-tby bold as one who haa ganed the Vctora. loss for valour on tlc batletpld. And 0 nemeuto we pnrel you wth ths bket and a «upy of the words 1 mvc ubed wrtten on velllun n the hope Lhat they wll bhow you how plousd am evateful thn people of your natve <-ly re wth vj 1 ft #.lder and a m.ou- l.oud cheers.) H, Worshp Storkev wth a be»ulul <a-ket, and a o f H e "boro - tcd,qu vdlnm- (Cheerng and mgng of jo lu Good Follow,"- H Vgor BroM., M.l.. proed of (he.voung cbu had beeu \x>r and educated hurc. He V.C.. a heart y "A.rh tu re wshes for TT ESD.AY, A U C !». TH E TEST. g o o d lm e, ll lu t re. r.v Benctf. ou behalf of thtra yas dust QU the return of a hero m w! rjsa, on behalf of th. He- 1 lurned S o l d. r. A ««t.o n, -ad *bat M a e could bw no sqggcstun of poltcal m u g u d o r X f of the U.O f " jftsuved (.apta Storkev of [re%er ; U b C t :!, the Defoure Force,. had for hm. (.-A ltan BTO H KEY S R E P L Y Dn commencng ba reply, CapUm S to rk erw S % re?ted wth - - chereme n a words be aad that fe 7 X d to thauk the Mayor aud cd..ena moat hemuly. Ho dd n u t want them to thnk tlat the wnner of tho \,C. T a boro. "G e t that out f - l y, * * t am a ueace-lovmg man. But T had tb opprtunty and took t. rrtben mght h Z had the sone o p r- hmtv but could not thnk so qutkk- H- had seen smlar J* " gven receptona hmso f. but J> j,ome home to get a real pukka recep- j to a." Naper s wekomo surpassed anythng that rvw took pl*oe n England. Not only dd t do Napwr proud. but t dd bm proud. From the dat«of ba- dororaton tll now he had uot felt p oud, bub now there was nothng else to do but feel proud. They mst not thnk that a man wth (.he V.C. neccs#arl.v suffered from a swelled head, and f he pa«tjt,d anybody by, whom he had forgotten, let them touch hm un the slouldec, and ho woud be only too ghd to have a talk wth everybody and anybody. <Chee «and sngug.) ) Mr Storkoy senr. satl he and hs wfe, wore proud of ther boy, who had doo nothng mor tban many others woubl ; have dun had they th chance. - Tle sngng of Rule Brtanna am the Natonal Autlom buught tlo m- thnsaste prfceedngs to k close. Au entlusastc recepton was also {fven to Captan Storkey a HastngB where tlm Reurned Solders AsBOcatw and a large gatherng of ctzen# greeted hm most hetntly. B & ro S K., y rh J. C. WOlranaoQ fruractron Buflnpaa befor P «.»ure, drew U paokad hoase -that w m exp«oted o f t at tht Muncpal Theatre M t venng. Beng h attracton at the theatre snce several w e s before the bccgpkwmoemept o f - th pdenuc and 1& frst ay snne th e ngnng c f the armateoe, t waa rrtuahy roabad. and last e v o d n g s»w aa large a crowd tn the tfeatre as has even been seen. There was a w ar orer * k>ok about the company p r e s e t. mxt&ry touch was added to the effect, however by th e abtondanco o f a number of offcer, who eecorted Captdn Storkey, V.C. W h «he arrved the orohestra strook up F or H e a J olly Good Fellow and al eye were turned on the V.Q. owner. Cheers followed and the play then commenced. Aa fa r as tb play goes t wae o f a novel character, and that t wae de- udedly hvmorooa was evdenced by tho con-unuous la u t e r that aocotn- paked the saes of the artsts, he stagng wag novel n that w h a scene croppm up that could be staged th e plot worke so a t tha oould he sszjwr n m ovng pctures, the asd e remarks of the peczomer{ who them- selves appeared n th e mebzrea beng most la u t e r rasng. The plot dealft wth th e endeavors o f the Potash and PerUnutter Coo >any to nudfe a soo- cese of th e Am bnsneea. to whch they have changed from te e ra g " t r a. Ther endeavors are not a t all reflnuaeratvo. bnt tle r varous dealngs are djatn ct rdcnlous and cons e q u e n t laugjhtar provokmg. h e engagng o f a Vampre and the tangle that ensues between th e bank managers, and the wves of Perhnut- b&r aud Potash, prowde the eseeoce o the play. The actng le ft h ot lttle to be deazfcd. The laagbtm - raser was Potash, the beng ably played by >Mr J. R. W aters, whose facal ezessooa and strange remarks u o v e d a perfect counteraouon to the tmsneas partner played by M r Nck Adnms. Mas R ose Parkes as the "V sq s was raoat attractve, and she dd te p art cre t. M rs Potaeh, played by M ss M a g M oore, was a wet* p a y w part, and had many f-ollowers. KTn.\.NCK TO A xvkrsty. (BV l-nofbbsou ). -VKLSl.) ) h «recen t m a trc u la to n e x a m n a to n, w th > a tte n d a n t crcu m stam -c#, ralb es a qu ea tlo n lc b ts n o t n ercly o f a c a d e m c n t e r e s t but BO o f p ra c tc a l m p o rta n c e, f o r th e re s u lts t b s t B A am m tloh. uob-as th e y a r e r g b l l r tc r p r e lc d, m a y d e b a r frtro a u n v e r ft ltf [usbo o f s tu d y som o c a m ]la lc;( w h o w o u ld Lh erws-9 ll«comc v a lu a b le H&#ets to tho a t e. V u d s o f tb o b g b c s t p o w e r o ft e n s ta r t th n h g r e p ro m se. T h e y m a y d e r e lo p o w ly. D u ly a t a la t e r p ero d d o th e y b egn > r e v e a l th o s e q u a lt e s an d c a p a c te s b ch m a y u lt m a t e ly m a k e b otb th e m and l e l r c o u n try fatnous. E d u c a llo o l h s t o r y fu t) o f such nbtam -rs. A g a n. t m a y h ap pen lh a t m n d s w h c h ll la t e r bo a c r e d t to th e r u n lv t r s lt y a r e [X lro ra o ly s e n e tlv e tb d ls m r b ln g n flu e n c e s t an m m a tu re s ta g e T h s v e r y a e n a lu v e - leea, o r re a d n e s s to r e a c t to e n v ro n m e n t, n a y p ro v e t h e r undonr a t an c n ta n e e e x - m ln a tlo n h eld lu ab ot-raal lm e s. N e v e r n h e lfb to ry o f th e S ta te h a v e th o a e yo u o j; Qnds th a t h o p «l to q u a lfy f o r e n tra h o e h ;he U n v e r s t y b eeu s u h e c te d to su o h p e rs s - jtw t d stacton. A t tb e b r s t e x a m n a to n, tb a t f o r th e L e a v n g C e ru tlc a te, w h le tb o ra nd d at**a w v r e h c tu a lly c lt t n g th e a r m s t c e w a s d ocla-cd. land p u b lc h o ld a y s w e r e p ro c la m e d. T h e s o, u rob lfjl to n flltlo n a wero v e r y p r o p e r ly c o n s d e r e d to b e usreason to r c o n c e d n g th e r g h t u f a p p e a rn g a t a to c o d e x ffm lu a to n o n ly n he s u b jec ts n w h c h th o c a n d d a te s had a le d. A t th e Beoond e x a m n a to n, th a t fo r u a trlru lttto u, th e o u tb re a k o f p n eu m on o n flu eu ta, an d th e r e s t r c to n s m p o a c d n fcon- snquobce. p u t a ll th e c a ld ld a e s u n d er a d o u b le d a a b lh ty. N o t o n ly w a s th e r e n to r- fp re n ce w th th e r w o rk o f p r e p a r a tlo u. p u t th e r e wan t tfe m n d s o t th e c a u d d ate fl g r e a t u n c e rta n jr re g a r d n g th e d a te o f th e e x a m n a to n. N o w. a ll W ld h a v e b esn -tfrb g h h m ll a r e a w a re t h a t th e re s n o th n g m o re d s c o n c e r tn g th a n u n c e r ta n ty. A c a n d d a te h as to tr a n b s m lh d fo r au e x a m la tlo u, Just aa an a th le te h as to tr a n h ls m u sc les f o r a ra c e ; an d n b o th n s ta n c es th e t a lu ln g m u st b e tm e d f o r a d e fn te d a te. T h e h n o w le d g p th a t th s d a te m a y h a v e to he p o s lp m o d s n t s e lf a v e r y t e a l h an d cap. M E D C A L C O.M S D E H ATO M S. N o th n g s fa r t h e r fro m m y m lh d lh a n to d c t s t e to th e e x a m n e r# h ow th e y sh o u d d o th e r w o rk..no o n e b o lls v e s ru o re flrtn ly th a n d o n le a v n g e x p e ;t w o rk to be d on e b y e x p e r t w o rk e r#. B u t th a t s p r e c s e ly th e re a s o n,why 1 v e n tu r e a t th s tm e to ulser f o r th e s e lo u s c o u s d e ra tlo u o t th e e.xam ln p r«c e rta n h ed c a favtb w h c h s h o u ld h e w e g h e d n h e lr m ltlds b e fo r e th e v p r o n o u n ce Judgn ent. f t l l f r e c o g r e th a t e n tr a n c e lo a U n v e r s t y,1s r g r e a t p r lv llc g o w h lc b s h o u ld b e e x te n d e d o n ly to th o s e w h o g v e p ro m s e o f b e n g a b le to h e n e flt b y t. J n st a s a r m e n a r e te s te d f o r a p e c u la r flt - nebs. and a r e r e je c te d n th e r o w n fn te r e s t. a s W ell a s n th e n le r e s t o f th e R e.rvlre, f -they shou ld p r o v e u n ft: -so th e PSBLrtldates fr m a trc u la to n m u st he s e le c t e d s o k y f o r th e r ftn es s f o r o lv e T s U y l f e an d w o rk. t s c o n t r a r y tb th e n te rc n t Of th e c a n d d a te, o f th e u n lv e r s ly. and o f th e S ta to th a t a n y c on c es s on s h o u ld b e m a d e to th e U n tl. d o n ot s u g g e s t a n y th n g o f th a t s o r t. W h ftt s u gge st s th a t s p e e la l d s tu rb n g c rc u m sta n c es h a v e o b tru d ed th e m s e lv e s n to th o le a v n g c e r t fc a t e, and a g a n n t o th e raa- tr lc u ld t o n e x a ra ln a llo n s, w h c h c lrc u m s la n c e s a m o u tsd e th spr Clal c o m m a a lo n o f th o e x a m n e r s. fu r t h e r s u g g e s t th a t n ju s tc e m ay b e d o n e to s om e c a n d d a te s f th e xflm n - t r s ahe n n t p re p a red to g o b e v o n d th e r s t r c t com tlb S lon nnd to ta k e a c c o u n t Of ffactf w h c h a r e o u tsd e th e r s p h e re o f e x p e r t k now lsrtge..my m a n o b je c t n W r tn g s to su p p o rt th e o x a m lh c r* n t h e r e n d e a v o u rs n o t.0 he le n e n t, b u t to h e juat. T h e th n g s to b e te s te d b y a p r o fe s s o n a l e xa m rtston w lth lt a u n v e r s ty d ffe r m a t e r a lly fr o m th e th n g s to b e te s te d h y an e n tra n c e e x a m n a to n. n th e la t e r y e a rs o f m e d c n e, fo r exampl<s. tb e c a n d d a te m u st g v e p r o o f o f a w d e ra n g e o f k n o w le d g e c o n c e r n n g h g h ly te c h n c a l a n d o r e c e c fa c ts, n a d d to n to k lv n g p r o o f o f tr a n e d o b s e r v a to n s n d re a s o n n g..at en e n lr a n r e exa rtn a - tln n. h o w e v e r, th e le s t s a p n lc d tn a s c e r ta n th e q a llt v o f th e m nd o f th e c a n d d a te anl th e r a h ln * o f th a t m n d, r a th e r th a n th e q u a n ttv o f fa c t th a t h e h as s u cceed ed n s to r n g up, an d h t re a d n e s s to re le a s e B s k n o w le d g e a t th e m n m en t ot e x a m n a to n. D o u b lte ea a c e rta n mlnltnum k n o w le d g e o f a la n gu a ge, o r o f m a th e m a tc s. s r e q u re d ; h u t th e fu n d a m e n ta l c r te r o n f o r c o tra n -c to a n lv e r s tv s th e c a p a c ty r a t h e r th a n th e r o n - te n t o f th e m n d. M a rk n g th e p s o T s on a s t r c t ly T vm V rlca l b a s s m a y b e a m ls e s d ln g m ld c to th e m e n ta l ca p ftcty o f a c a n flld a f-. n p f» ra n d ld a tn m a y Tn a>le Mv- w h o le n o n e r, s c r a o n e *o. g e th e r ju s t s u ffc e n t m a rk a to reach tb a t cop v en tto n B l fr r e Whh-h re p r e a e n ts a nans: #->,prno«"d d w tc m s T n o t s ttc c c fd Jn r e a c h n g th a t fg u re, and y e t m a y s h o w h p a rla o f h s b a rter--a h l* b e r tv n o o f m nd. N T E R P R E T. T O X O F R E S U L T ff. D ut th e m o s t m p o rta n t c o n s d ra to n th a t W ould b r n g fo r w a r d a th n th a t.. o W ln g tt> th b ra C u rreu l d s t r a c to n s am d s a b llt lc e trbm w h c h th e c s n d d a te s h a v e s u ffe re d a t both s ta g e s o f th e fr e x a m ln a llo u. th e y h a v o been re n d e re d le ss c a p a b le o f d o n g th e o l- s e lv c s ju a tlo e n th e w r t t e n p a p ers. T h e r e fo r e. a SBser p e rfo rm a n c e m a y le g t m a t e ly be ta k e n to n d u a c a lg h e r m c n ta c a p a c ty and a b e t t e r m e n ta l t r a n n g th a u t w o u ld n d c a te n an un dlbturbed y e a r. * A ll e x a m n a to n # n fe r e n c e : and, w h e n t s k n o w n th a t - th e r e h as b ee n c o n s d e r a b le n t e r fv r - e n c c w th th e re n S ra to n an d c x a u n a o n o f th e c a n d d a te s, t s a f a r n fe r e n c e th a t a lo w e r s tan d ard o f a t a n m c n t s n o t n e c c s - s a r ly e v d e n c e o f a lo w e r s a d a r d o f e x c e l lence. t la n o t s u g g e s te d th a t th e s ta n d a rd o f ealrftn ce to thn U n lv e r a ty shou ld be lo w e re d Oven n th s e.x cep tln h al y e a r, b u t o n ly th a t th e rpbulls o f tc B tlg th a t s ta n d a rd s h o u ld b o h tc rp rc te d n th e lg h t o f lk* c o n d to n s lu w h c h thp te s t w a s a p p le d. t e v e r th e r e p o r ts o t th e m aslrh s h m ld r e c e v e fa v o u r a b le c o n s ld e ra tlo u t s n ow. 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STRONG REPORT EXAM N ERS. LOW ST.VXDAtU OF M E E T. Th-e e x a m n e r s a t th e rec.ent U n lv c r a lt; m a tr c u la to n e x a m n a to n s (r e s u lt s o f w h lc l a p p e a r e ls e w h e r e ) s ta te tb a t th s y e a r tb- a v e r a g e m e r t o f th e c a n d d a tes fo r m a trc u la t o n w a s v e r y lo w : n o r re th o fa lu r e s t( b e a c c o u n te d f o r b y a fe w d a y s e x e llo m e n la s t N o v e m b e r o r a fe w w e e k s la c k o f n s tr u c t lo n n F e b r u a r y. T h e e x a m n e r s h a v e m a d e alj o w a n cc f o r th e se th n g s, b o th by] m a r k n g m o re lb e r a lly th a n s th e cuatom, an d b y r e d u c n g th e p e rc e n ta g e re q u red f o r a p ass. A ls o. n th e c a s e o f c a n d d a tes a t a ll n e a r ttre ln e, th e y h a v e c o n s u lte d th e p r e v o u s r e c o r d a n d g v e n f u ll w e g h t to t w h en fa v o u ra b le. 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S m la r ly, a p a s sa g e fr o m th e r e p o r t o F r e n c h ru n s : T h e m a jo r ty, o f th e p a p e rs w e r e o f an ex c e e d ln g ly lo w stan d ard, s h o w n g g n o ra n c o f th e m o s t e le m e n ta r y ru le s an d u sag es. T h fa lu r e to m a k e th e p a s t p a r t c p le a g re e, th. use o f a s n g u la r v e r b w tth a p lu ra l n o m n a tlv e, e tc., w e r e q u te g e n e r a l m s ta k e *. T h e r e p o r t on E n g ls h t e l l s th e sam< s t o r y : "C o m p o s to n an d s p e lln g w e r e o ft e n v e ry p o o r ; s o m e tm e s a p p a lln g. O n e r e c e v e d th e m p re s s o n t h a t th e n te llg e n c e o f th e e a n d l- d a tc s w a s u n d ev e lo p e d, a n d th a t th e g ro u n d w o r k o f t h e r s u b je c t had n o t r e c e v e d s u ffc e n t a tte n to n.... 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T h e e a m ln a t o n s j f o r e n tra n ts to t h o s e s e r v c e s w-ould c ffe c ta lly b a r h s w a y, u n le s s h e 1.0-bo o n e o f th o s e n fa n t p r o d g e s w tb a g e n u s f o r exa m n a tlo D S w h o l l y, f o r th e m o s t p a rt, p r o v e su ch fa lu r e s n th e p r a c tc a l a f f a r s o f tb e J c a n d d a te f o r a c le r c a l p o s t o n n a b an k o r th e p u b H " s e r v c e s n o w f l o a s t 16 y e a r s o f a g e, an d t h e r e s a te n d e n c y to k e e p h m s t ll s c h o o l. T h s p s t e r a a ls m s w e U -ln t e o tlo n e d. b u t s th e n e w fa th L t l o o b y e x a m n a to n tu rn n g o u t b e t te r th a n d d the o ld s y s te m? 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A n e x p la n a to n w a s f o n n - e o m ln g m m e d a te ly. T h e b e s t o f th e c a o d d a te s n o w g o u p f o r th e le a v n g c e r t fc a t e e x a m n a t o n, s a d th e R e v. C. J. P r e s c o t t, p rn c p a l o f N e w n g t o n C o lle g e, an d m a n y w h o th e n d o n o t s u c ce ed n g e t t n g th ro u g h c o m o up a g a n a t th e, m a trc u la to n n x a m n a lo n n M a rc h. T b e lo a v o g c e r t fc a t e e x a m n a to n a t tr a c t s m o re o f tb e b es t p u p le e v e r y y e a r, b ecau pa o f tb e s u b s ta n ta l p r z e s a t ta c h e d t o t. S o m e 2uu e x h b to n s a r e c o m p e te d f o r n t h a t e x a m n a to n. T h e a v e r a g e q u a lt y o f th e c a n d d a te s s n o t g o n g d ow n a ll th a t s h a p p e n n g s th a t th e b ea t ca n d ld a to a a r c g o n g to th o le a v n g [c e r t fc a t e e x a m n a t lo a n N o v e m b e r, an d th e m a tr c u la to n e x a m n a to n n M a rc h g e t * th e 1resd u u m. T o g u t a f a r an d f u ll v e w o f th e p o s to n o n e m u s * c o n s d e r th e t w o c x a m ln a - to n s to g e th e r. X b a v e o o q u a r r e l w t h tb o e x a m n e r s r e m a rk s o n th e q u a lt y o f th e K n g ls b, F r e n c h, an d L a t n p a p e rs. H e r e, w h e r e s p e e c h s ao v e r y c a re le s s, th s p r o t e s t s m o s t t m e ly. h a v e Just b een t a lk n g t o th e b o y a n m y lo w e r fo r m on th s v e r y m a tte r. B o ye, n th u se o f th e r m o th e r to n gu e, d s p la y c a r e le s s n e s s a ll round tb e y k n o w w b a t s r g b t, b u t (H e y w l l n o t tr o u b le to b e c o r r e c t. A b o y w l l o fte u p r e fe r to u se a s la n g e x p re s s o n r a t h e r th a n th e c o r r e c t o n e ; h e d o c s n o t w a n t to p u t o n h s S unday c lo th e s e v e r y d a y. T h s te n d e n c y m u st b e fo u g b t a g a ln S t, o th e r w s e tb e u s e o f s lo v e n ly E n g ls h b ecom eb n g r a n e d. M r. A. H. S. L u c a s, a c t n g h e a d m a s te r o f th e S y d n e y G r a m m a r S c h o o l, to o k an a lm o s t s m la r v e w. T h o s e w h o g o u p f o r m a tr c u la to n n M a rc h, h e s a td, a r e l a r g e ly th e re sd u u m o f t h e le a v n g c e r t fc a te e x a m n a to n. F o r m e r ly th e m a tr c u la to n e x a m ln a U o n w a s tb e m a n e x a m n a to n, b u t s n c e t h e le a v n g c e r t flc a t e e x a m n a t o u w a s n s ttu te d th e re h as b eon a g r o w n g te n d en c y to h a v e th e m o s t p r o m s n g p u p ls s x f o r t. C a n d d a te s w h o d o n o t g e t t h e r f u ll m a tr c u la to n p ass a t th e fr s t e x a m n a t o n c o m e On to th e e x a m n a t o n n M a rc h n an e n d e a v o u r to q u a lfy n th e r e m a n n g s u b jec ts. P e rs o n s a r e a ls o a llo w e d t o s t n tb e m a t rc u la to n e x a m n a to n w h o h a v e n o t b ee n tr a n e d th e y can c o m e t o tb la e x a m n a to n, fr o m a n y w h e re. A l l th s te n d s t o lo w e r th e a v e r a g e q u a lt y o f th e p a p e rs. M r. L u c a a s a d th a t h e w a s m u ch n te r e s t e d : n th e e x a m n e r s r e m a r k s a b o u t s lo v e n ly E n g ls h an d b ad w o r k n th e F r e n c h an d. L a t n p a p ers. T h e r e m a r k s, b e b e le v e d, w o u ld n o t p l y to tb e G ra m m a r B c b o o l. T b e r e t h e, ten d en cy o f th e a v e ra g e y o u th t o m s tr e a t h s m o th e r to n g u e w a s r e c o g n s e d a n d [v g o r o u s ly c om b a te d. W e m a k e E n g ls h a m o s t m p o rta n t s u b je c t h e r e, s a d M r. L u c a s. T h e use o f c a re le s s E n g ls h m a y e a s ly b e c o m e a fx e d h a b t, w t n tb e d e p lo r a b le r e s u lts tb e e x a m n e r s d e s c r b e, an d t b a t s w h y w e a r e s o c a r e fu l. A n n te r e s t n g o fflc la l v e w w a s e x p re s s e d n th e E d u c a to n D e p a rtm e n t. S o f a r aa th e le a v n g c e r t fc a t e e x a m n a to n s c o n -: o e m e d, th e r e s n o th n g tb a t w o u ld J u s tfy th e re m a r k s m a d e b y th e e x a m n e r s. G e n e r a lly t v s ta n d a rd s s a ts fa c to r y. W e b e le v e th a t a \ lu m b e r o f c a n d d a te s w h o h ad v e r y l t t l e c h a n ce o f g e t t n g th ro u g h s a t f o r th e m a tr c., {b e c a u s e th e r e w a s s o m a p u b lc a g t a t o n c o n - c e r n ln g t, an d th e y th o u g h t t h e y m g h t b o, l e t o ff lg h t ly. T h e r e s n o d o u b t t h a t m o re ; o f th e r e je c te d ty p e w e r e s t t n g t b s y e a r th a n e v e r b e fo r e. T h e r n s tr u c to n w a s w e a k, h u t th e y t b o u t t b e y m g h t s c r a p e th ro u gh. B u t f th e y w o r e u n a b le to g e t th ro u g h th e le a v n g c e r t flc a t e e x s m n a t o n tb e y h a d le s s c h a n ce o f p a s s n g th e m a tr le., b e c a u s e the!n -, s tr u c t lo n a l p e r o d s n c e th e n h aa b e e n m u ch n te r r u p te d. O th e rs n te re s te d l a t h e h g h e r e d u c a to n e x p re s s e d s m la r v e w s. O ne h g h ly q u a lfe d g e n tle m a n s a d th a t th e d e v e lo p m e n t g r e a t ly n te r e s t e d h m, an d h e p ro p o s e d t o lo o k n to t. H e w a s n c ln e d a t p re s e n t, h o w e v e r, to th n k tb a t th e d s lo c a to n o t th e t e a c h n g s e r v c e cau sed b y th e w a r w a s n o w b e g n n n g to s h o w a m a rk e d e ffe c t. 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O a tle y, th e w e ll-k n o w n g r a z e r, o f N a r r a n - d e r a an d Q u e e n s la n d, a n d h s m o th e r s M rs. N e w m a n, o f N e u t r a l B a y. H e le a v e s a w d o w an d th r e e c h ld re n, an d h a o n ly s la te r s M rs. U W a lla c e, o f P a rk e n d. L e u r a. T h e fu n e r a l, w h c h a to b e a m lt a r y o n e. w ll le a v e St. J o h n s C h u rch, D a r ln g h u r s t, a t 10 o c lo c k th s m o rn n g.. S Y D N E Y, S A T U R D A T, M.t R C H 22, THE UNVERSTY OF SYDNEY. FACULTY OF MEDCNE. FN.AL DEGRF.F. EXAMNATON. T h e f o llo w n g h a v e q u a lfe d f o r tb ft d e g r e e s lo f B a c h e lo r o f M e d c n e an d M a s te r o f S u r- Sery (d lp h a b e tlc a Q : ; nuus. F. A. C a h a a n, D : A. C o n e y, T. L. C ra g. \V. D. K. D a r to n, W. K. D a v s o n, A. Feather. W. W. F e rg u s o n. W. J- K ly n n, M.- R. (B.A., B.S e,). H a r, O. H. H e w e r, G. F. J a e d e, C. H. K e n n e d y, J. A. M d d leto n, G. P l t l a r, R. J. G. 0 S h o r tla n d, T,. J. (B.A.). S u c c e s s fu l s tu d e n ta an d q u a lfe d m e n w h o h a v e r e tu r n e d fr o m a c tv e a e r v c e d e s r n g h o s p ta l a p p o n tm e n ts shou ld m e e t th e D e a n o f th e F a c u lty o f M e d c n e on M o n d a y. M a rc h 24. a t 2.su p.m. SYDNEY UNVERSTY E X A M N A T O N R E S U L T S The Successful Students U v e M b V lc. T h e w h l l m lu - r s S S " b ; l. h o o k a o o mltary sobjactg. - T h o f o llo w n g S y d n e y U n v e r s t y e x a m n a to n re s u lts w e r e a n n o u n c ed th s a f t e r n o o n : F acn lty o f A rts H S T O R Y T Honors-SeceuJ T ea r (P ro fe *. SOT W ood * P rtze for H story.)-. M arjore F. Barnard. H gh Dstncton. M arjore S. Barnard, Con- statkca K. ry-lne. D stncton. F rs t Dvlston: D ors A- Chadw ck and d a L,. Prce. Second D vson: Eunco M. Budge. Bdlth FerguBon-Mardooh, Florence M. Flncb and Florence D. W a lte r aeq. Credt. Qraco Cowell. Dora M. Turner and Dorothy C. W er aeq.. K athleen B- H ow ard. E D U C A T O N. W alncton: B. C. Bobln- Credt. J. T. Leemon. H O N O R S A T O B A D U A T O N.-a a s a.: L. N. Rose. F acn lty o f M edcne SEC O N D D E G R E E E X A M N A T O N.* Pass; Dorothy E. Abbott, M. Andrew, Mabel. C. Bray, B.A., G. H. CUrkc, B.S c.. C. J. Downea, M avs B. Fuet. B. P. Hlndjnarsb. A. C. Houen. K. J. Howe, V era Jaeknon. Frances C. B. M K a y. B.A. B.Sc., B. Mao- knnoa. R.A., B.S c.. C. B. M VeaH. W. K. Manton. A. H. M urphy. J. M. G. Ptrle, T. S. Punch. T. R. Qunn. M. Sayegh. H arret T. Stephens, R. W. Thom pwn. A. B. W alkcr-sm lth. D ep artm en t o f Dentstry SBCO K D T E A R E X -\ M N A T 1 0 K. tn a to m y and Dental Anatom y Pass: B. H. Clouter. T H R D T E A R E X A M N A T O N. PhysOlOffy Pass: A. H. Broadbent. P. 8. Nolan. F N A L D E G R E E E X A M N A T O N.-D r. Kandea* P r l» fo r Surglpal PrJzn Essay, "T h a RegBneratlon of tk.ne : M. t. Flynn, B.A., B.Sc. F acu lty o f Scence PHTf5C8 n. Deas Thomson Scholarshp for byslqs L : B. G. Heck. H G H D S T N C T O N,-R. O. Hook. A.. O L ea ry, and F. 8. S a ttm h w a lte (aoq). D T B TN C T O N. T. M. Shanaban, S. B. Blbe. C R E D T. A, J. Allan. W, h. Prce, T. R. MasoD, D. S. Johnston, W. A. M Laren., T he follo w n g students anly have qualfed for admlsslot to the T hrd Y ear spedaj course n Organc Chem stry: M ary M. Bngham, Hasel CaApbeU, K athleen M Connollr, Rosa H. H a rrlsm. Frances M. M lls. Constance Ross, A lc e M. Fandon. M abel. Btevens. A. J. Allan, S. R. Blbe, H. Beaumont. A. (}. Duncan, C. V. Ferrlsa. R. G. Hook. A. W. M Toren, P. C- Moss, L. H. W arner. Department e f Engneerng F R S T T E A R E X A M N A T O N. D oscrlptlva G «o m e t r y - g h DstlTtctton: K. W. n w a C R E D T.- R. L. Aston. O. L, O. P yw ya

10 SYDNEY, TH CKSD AT, M A R C H 20, MATTUCUUTON fle Examnaton Resnlts ( B y F. G. B R O W N. B. A., B.S c., fo r m e r ly D r e c t o r S tu des, R.A.N.). M u ch h as b e e n w r t t e n o f la t e ab o u t o u r s y s te m o f e d u ca to n an d a b o u t th e e x a m n a to n s y s te m n p a rtc u la r. M uch m o r e b as bean s a d. A n d w h a t has b e e n sad h as b ee n la r g e ly b tte r. A l l of w h c h e n c o u ra g e s th e h o p e th a t th e p u b lc n g e n era l w ll not be too m ode s t to h a v e a n o p n o n o f ts o w n and t o e x p re s s t. A g o o d p a re n t k n o w * f a r m o re a b o u t e d u ca to n th a n th e p ro f e s s o n a l e d u ca to r w h o b as b ec o m e a p e t t y ty ra n t n h s l t t le k n g d o m o f c ra m an d e x a m. T h a e x a m n e r s n tb e r e c e n t M a tr lc. r e p o r t e d n n o m ld te rm s aa to th e m e r t o f th e ca n d d a tes. h a v e h ad re c e n ; e x p e re n c e a s a n e x a m n e r f o r M a tr c., an d th e r e fo r e l e t m e n a l l fa rn e s s s ta te p u b lc ly th a t h a v e n e v e r k n o w n a n y b od y o t e x a m n ers, as a w h o le, m o re a n x o u s to d o th e r b e s t fop th e u n fo rtu n a te e x a m n e e. T b e r e a re, o f cou rse, e x c e p to n s. T h e r e a r e mtq o f a c e r ta n ty p e o f m n d w b o shou ld n e v e r b e p e r m tte d to e xa m n e th e yo u th on th e th re s h o ld o f lo a m n g. Such m e n h a v e fo r g o t t e n th e r o w n b e g n n n g s. B e tw e e n t h e r d e v e lo p e d b ra n s and th e c ru d e m e n ta lt y o t th e b eg n n e r th e r e s a g r e a t g u lf fxed, and th e y c an n o t sxcusa g n o ra n c e on m a tte rs w h c h to th e m s e lv e s a r e such o b v o u s com m o n p la c e s. B u t a lth o u g h such s u p ero r p e o p le w ll b e fou n d on e v e r y h o a rd o f e x a m n ers, t h e r n flu ence s la r g e ly n e g a tv e d b y th e d e e p e r n s g h t o f th e m a jo r ty w h o h a v e n o t fo r g o tte n to b e y o u n g a s p r t, h o w e v e r p ro fo u n d h e r k n o w le d g e. J E R E M A D S A n > E X C U S E S W e m u st a c c e p t w th o u t q u es to n th e o fb ca l Jerem ad s r e c e n tly p u b lsh e d. F o r e x a m p le : T h e g e n e ra l p e rfo rm a n c e s b ad, an d bad e ve n n re g a r d to th e v e r y r u d m e n ts." " T h e b u lk o f th e c a n d d a te s h a v e n o k n o w le d g e o f th e m o st e le m e n ta r y th n g s n L a t n. " T h e m a j o r t y o f th e p a p ers w e r e o f a n e x c e e d n g ly lo w s tan d ard, s h o w n g g n o ra n c e o f th e m o s t e le m e n ta r y ru le s an d u s a g e s " n F re n c h. V a r o u s exc u s e s h a v e b ee n p u t fo r w a r d. T h e e x a m n e rs th e m s e lv e s an n ou n ce th a t th e y h a v e ta k e n n to a c c o u n t th e " f e w d a y s e x c te m e n t la s t N o v e m b e r." and th s " f e w w e e k s la c k o l n s tru c to n n F e b r u a r y. So t o a n n o t b e o n accou n t o f th e w a r, c o r c an w e b la m e n flu enza. C e rta n p ro m n e n t a u th o rte s excuse h lo w B taudard o f m e r t b y a fflrm la g t b a t th e L. C. exam, b as su p p la n ted tb e M a tr c. T h e b e s t can d d ates fo r en tr a n c e t o th e U n v e r s t y ta k e th e L.C., a n d o n ly th e re sd u u m ta k e th e M a tr c. O ne a u th o rty c o m p la n s th a t M a trlc. c a n d d a te s can eom e to th s e x a m n a to n fr o m a n y w h e r e." P re s u m a b ly th e y a r e to b la m e fo r th n k n g th e U n lv e rb ty s f o r th e p e o p le. A n E d u ca to n D e p a r t m e n t o ffc a l ac c u s es c a n d d a tes o f la v - n g a s h o t a t th s y e a r s M a t lc. b ec a u se th e y th o u g h t th e U n v e r s t y w o u ld le t th em d ow n lg h tly, o w n g to th e u n s e ttln g c o n d to n s due to th e w a r and th o n flu enza. T h e r e a r e p ro b a b ly a l o t o f yo u th s w a n d e rn g ro u n d S yd n ey w a tn g th e r chance o f a s o ft snap a t a n y o ld exa m, th a ts g o * g. T o u m a y k n o w th em b y th e s tra w s n tb e tr w h s k e rs. W H A T T H E L S T S S H O W A lt o g e t h e r, a v a s t m a ss o f o p n o n h as b ee n n flc te d on th e p u b lc, an d w th th e E d t o r s p e rm s s o n a m g o n g to n flc t a lt t le m o re. B u t lk e t o h a v e d e fn te fa c ts t o g o on. A n d, th e r e fo r e, b a v e a n a ly se d tb e L. C. p ass ls ts n CQnuQCtlon w t h th e M a tr c. p ass ls t, an d a ls o n con ju n c to n w th th e U n v e r s t y C a len d a r, w h c h g v e s tb e ob csl ls t s o l stu d e n ts a t th a U n v e r s ty. A n d th s s w h a t fn d : A t t h e M a tr c. exam. U o can d d a tes w e r e su c ce ss fu l. O f th ese 109 h ad s a t f o r th e L. C. la s t N o v e m b e r, an d re q u red o n ly on e o r tw o a u b je c ts to c o m p le te th e r M a tr lc. Y e t, a g a n, 15 o f tb e 188 su c ce ss fu l ca n d d a tes w e r e stu d ents w h o h ad a l r e a d y d on e on e o r tw o y e a rs a t th e U n v e r s t y t s e lf, and h ad e n tered th e U n v e r s t y an d d on e U n v e r s t y w o rk, a lth o u g h th e y h ad n o t e n tered a t a ll f r o m th e o ffc a l p o n t o f v e w, b e cause th e y h a d n o t m a trc u la te d. (T h s m u st b e v e r y p u z z ln g to tb e p la n bualneaa m a n, w h o does n o t k n o w th e s y s t o m.) U e n ce wa s e e tb a t o n ]y 64 y o u n g p e o p le a r a s u ccessfu l n e n te r n g th e U n v e r s t y th s y e a r as o u ts d e rs; t h a t s to a y, out o f a ll th e c a u d ld a le s w h o c am e to th s e x a m n a to n fro m a n y w h e r e " o n ly 64 s u rv v e d. T h e r e la n o n eed f o r a la r m ; th e U n v e r s t y w ll n o t b e sw am ped b y m e re ou tsd ers fro m a n y w h e r e." E x c e p t a m an b e b o rn a g an, an d p aes th e Q.C., an d th e n t w o y e a rs a fte r w a r d s p.bs th a n te rm e d a te, an d tb e n t w o o r th r e e y e a rs a f t e r th a t p ass th e L. C.. and th e n a fe w m o n th s la t e r p aas th e M a tr c. n th o s e s u b jec ts n w h ch, m ayh ap, h e h a s h th e rto fa le d h e c an n o t e n t e r n to th e U n v e r s ty. H e s, a m a n " fr o m a n y w h e r e." h o u ses e s ta b ls h e d b y th e S ta te. * n d c a lle d h g h s ch o o ls, an d w h o s h g h ly tr a n e d t o p ass e x a m s., an d tb e n an e w r th e q u e s to n, " W h c h la th e b e t t e r a b le t o p r o ft b y a U n v e r s t y e d u c a to n? " T h e o n e h a s a h g h ly d e v e lo p e d m n d and a fn e c h a ra c te r, a n d h a s a lr e a d y sac- rlb c e d m u ch t o a t t a n a la u d a b le a m b to n. T h e o th e r h a s b ee n c o d d led an d s p o o n -fe d, au d s tu ffe d lk e a g o o s e fo r M c h a e lm a s, an d w l l g o to jo n th e g r e a t m a jo r t y a t o u r U n v e r s t y, w h o e an n ot w a lk a lo n e b u t m u st b e s p o o n fe d an d e x a m n e d t o th e end o f th e c h a p te r. B e fo r a u t te r n g su ch s e v e r e c o n d e m n a to n s o t t h e a v e r a g e m e r t o f th e c a n d d a te s f o r M a tr lc.. th e, U n v e r s t y p ro fe s s o rs shou ld h a v e fou n d o u t th a t 109 o u t o f 188 s u c c e a s fu c a n d d a te s w e re fh e c h e rs h e d p ro d u c t o f th e r o w n p e t s y stem, w h c h c u lm n a te s n fh e L. C. ; tb a t 15 o u t o f th e 188 w e re th e m s e lv e s ta u g h t b y U n v e r s t y te a c h e r s : and tb a t o n ly 64 o u ts d e r s o u t o f th e 188 p assed th e fu ll M a tr lc. exa m. T h e o fflc la l s y s te m s ta n d s s e lf- c o n d em n e d. H S T O R T O P A N O U T S D E R H e r e s th o tr u e h s t o r y o f o n e o f th e s e o u tsd ers. H e s 29 y e a r * o f a g e, an d bas a w t fe an d fa m ly. H e had a g o o d b u stness n a c o u n try to w n, w h c h h s s old, an d w th t h e p ro ce ed s b e cam e to S yd n ey to p rep a r e f o r m a trc u la to n, b ecau se h s a m b to n w as to e n t e r th e U n v e r s t y to q u a lfy f o r a c e rta n p r o fe s s o n. S o go o d s h e a t hta p r o fe s s o n a l w o rk tb a t b e b as a c tu a lly ta u g h t U n v e r s t y s tu d e n ts a c e rta n b ra n c h o f th e r b u s n e s s; so h e s no fo o l. B u t he fa le d n F r e n c h ; and don t c a re h o w b a a ly h e fa le d, th e a r g u m e n t s n o n e th e le ss sou n d th a t h e r e ts a m a n w h o m k n o w to b e n e v e r y w a y w o r th y to e n te r th e U n v e r s t y, b u t b e s r e fu s ed ad m ls a o n b ecau se h e c a n n o t pass n h a u b je c t w h c h b e a rs n o r e la t o n w h a te v e r to th e cou rse o f n s tru c to n h e s o u gh t to o b ta n. P u t h m a lo n g s d e a b o y w h o has lv e d J n o n e o t th e fo r c n g - S Y D N E Y, F R D A Y, M A R C H 21,»1 9. THE UNVERSTY. DEFERRED RESUT.TS. : Tlc follow ng are the results o f tbe deferred exsmnatlons recently hem: - F.MT-TTY OP ARTS. LATN T.-P a fs lalphatatcal):?,. neae, Flren M. Burges. Msr?- B Bytes rucnwhan..lula K w u r, A. U. Hll. H- E. M C «. r ) T. F. Mackenze, C k rlto L!.1. M. Rrws, J. y. Rft-nu. (ej C. VasK, E. R. S. Watson. r.a C. B. W hte L A T fx.-p a s s (alplukbctlcal): UcUe M. Atkcn, J Vnn: T. Burktt. Kbe T. M. C h to tlm. Dasy B- rn t. K. Go\aneH, Dorothy Knthlwn M. OHmn. FB O. A. heltv, Mary K. Marandoe. -»e) C. P. Latham, ( «) J- Marr,.-#, F.to M. Shell. J. D._ Warlsnd. LATN U.-P m s (alrht>ctcaj): C,. P. > 2 fthce X. lagdn. (e ) abeja Pate, & C. Ratclff. Murel B.. Smth. CR FE K!. P : A. P. Townsend. _ ENGLSH l.-p a s s : E. Ben.bnck, blecn M B u r R. W.. aldwell. A. E- B<*Th*m, Grace (1. D. aksr>n.»e) W. Flood. S. Goldbreg. C. J. H ll. B. H. Hotten. Edna M. Jrffrrr, *(e ) A..1. Kagluna. ( «) Catterne \. Rplly, H. E. MGregor, Claroe L. Helen M Macpherson. ea L PltW n,»(e ) M orjone T. R elly. A. R n h e rg, T c ) te R. Soott, (c) H. W- G- Spencer, (e) Nora.M. Turner,, FNGfJSH 11 and TH. P aw ; Laura Benrcp,.T. Bdwell. H. M- Bloom, * (c ) C. H. n e r o n, L. & Lanm, Marr K. Mn.trdoc, *(e) te J. tjv n. (e ) Kalhlce ORotrkc. * ( f ) Eva Rcdfcm. M. Boddy, (o) V olet Sands, (e ) C. W. Scotl, (e> N. U S hervo,.1. A. Souter. te) W. A. Stcpher.s, (c ) T. F. Tonkp (e ) L. tv. Worrall. F R K M T l. -Rcralta xtt Aw announced later. ETtE.Va 11. Paas: l lf 0. lftw hom e-"h»on, Mjud F..rersen. FRENCH. ass: Ague* W. Frth. _ Jfn-fHV l.- Pass: llralhcr S..Adamson, (e ) tt V. Allds, Marjory Bulcson. M argnm Cbrfdlc, B. C. ( r e..t, n. Deane. End R. tterltre.v. Ksthleer. M._ O a m. l>orslby R. Green (e ) B. 11. V. HU. V - C. Lnr., J. K M-t;regor. H arre L. K. K. M ller, (e ) J. H. Rcfl. A. Kweuhrtg. (cl V. J. Rubcnach, (e ) - C. Rpencrt-, Marjore W. Stenbeck, na C. B. h te (ej Nora M. TrMCf. _ HSTOBY l.-pa.sp: te ) T e r e «Gne*. (* ) Mary E. Kelteher,.1. B. Mws, *(e ) Cotutarxv f. Trem ktt. PHLOSOPHY L. Logc aal Psychology. -Paa*: Heather S. Atlaoso, W. T. Aurtn, Je) -A. H. Baldock. O. H. Beale. *Orace H- BcU. Krca R. Bennett. ConsUnce R-.T- Blake, Mary B. Burge*. Beryl G M w ell, J. F. Cronm. Dorothy Crwfly. A. F- Denham. DaUy R. Draffn. Jula E rw ar, te) M. F a n rll. K. CTTspatrok. (e ) c r w Glles. *f.. J. H ll. Kleen L. F, ruw. PdrA M. Jeffrey, te) Mary U Kelleher. te) T. A. tappln. H.,K.,W G rt*or, Beatrce M. M-lljph. Marv K. Macndoe, Heten M. Macphcwon p) Marjore T. RclUv,.A. Rooenberg, P. S. Rowe, te) J. Thrlwell, (e) Nora M- Tnrncr. Sade F. Vnora. PHJ[>H0P1Y JL, Ancent Phloaophy. P a» : A gree T. Burktt, Dasy* Feldng, (c ) Vera A, Haggett, M- * D (T C A T O N. Pans; * ( 0 R. L. B a rn «, Elroboth M,*an. (e) Eleen B. O N ell, Bllrt H. Bock, Lna hbennan. PRNCTPLES C P T E *C H N G.~Pgss: Braec W rh t. B.A. JLVTHFM.ATCS. E. R. Bennett, Kathleen Graham. tedna M. Jeffrey. tm ay Kellehcr, (e ) J. E. U ru m, Helen M. ta. E. MB h rter} («) J. J. 1 UATahM ATlCS L - P m k : A. P. B r a * e * e, J. V bratl, Ethel B. KeJgh. 1 B o fa N V L Pa*»:.1- P. J. Cumu, Bthrf B. Kegh, a H v Q. Schoflel. E. L H. Wluon. JGOLOT.Y ]. P a s : Domthv. Grussuk, *Bdn> K- HoweMn. F. U. H. MUkh. (EtUJXJY. P «s : rkueeh M. PoweU. CH:lMlLTRY. Hgher teacdbrd. PaM:.A. W. H. Beaumont. G. J. Kathleen hl OoanoJy. M. C. Fleck, Ko U. Horrun, Mabel 1. Steveg ower Standard. Pass: Henretta t. Dreyer, B. T. DunJup. Adelade M. Ferrs, J. C. Frth, W. L. Havand. EMna M. Utrbert. BtheJbert* J.. McAlpne, G. D. (Jtoome,,\V. H. lto b «-ts UJan A. Sknner. MATHKM.ATJCS H.-H g h e r Staodard. Pom : A. J. laan, Kathleen M. Cknnolly, W. te Havord. Alce MCormack, G. D. OBborne, L. H. Warner. lo w e r Standard: Paao-M. C. Fleck, Flora. Sharpe. BU TA NT )L Hgher Btandard para: Rachel Charlton. Lower standard paas: Adelade.M, Ferrs, Eva V. Lnks. l a n G. Wrght. 2 <X)L0GY U- Hgher stodard p a s : O. L. Ewan. Era T. Lnk Ursula P. n m w y. GEOLOGY r.-p a ra, hgher standad; Henretta S. Dreyer. Lower standard para; Kse M. Jones. PHySfOLOGY L ElgbW rtaodjd para: Gwendolne U. F. Adlem, Rachel Chwrlton, Marjore Holland, Doro- thy NelKD, Margaret >1. 0 >wy«r, Dorothy M. R. Ru*. seu. Plo-lls Whte. AfyTRONOUV.-PM B: *P. C. Mosa. CHEMSTRY m. P *» : M tud L. Moon, H a u l E. O Connor. LATHM ATCS lu.-p a ra ; Else 11. B. Chalker. B O TANY HT. Para: Hlda Gow, Ursula P. Terucj- PHYSOUJGY L Para; F lo rm re F. Mddleton, Svlra A. Sper. DEP.ARTMENT O F ENGN2ERSG. FRST T E A R E XAM NATON. CHBMJSTRy l.-p a s s : G. Brooke, R. H- Clfford, W L. Hurd. D. V. Ryan. DFSCRPTVE GEOMETRY. Para: 0. P. B u r, E. J. Kerrgan. PHVSRS r.-p a ra : N. Waterhouse. MATHEMATCS. hws: J. H. Graham. D. T R-an N. WatehoMe, F. W atta GEO.OCY. Para: J. H. GnUam. DRAW fn G AND!>ES GN. Para: W, G, Baker. O. P. Barr, J. H. Graham, E. J. Kerrgan, D. V, R.van. SEKOND YE A R EXAM N ATON ENGNEETfNO C O N S T R fu T lo X.-P a w : T. 7. Ber- gn. G, L. Fengwon. O. A. Granowsk. E. Paxnos. P T SBtterthwnce, N. Slgar, J. E. SulJhan, E. M. Tbomp, son. t PHYSCS H A. Paw : A. T. Bennett, O. A. Granowdt V. A. Johnston, R, Paterson. P H T S rs HB. Para: A. T. BenneU, R. Paxnos, C P. T. ThroBby. DRAW NG tn D DKFTGN. r. A. Johnrton, R. Pater son, E. Paxnw. F. T. Satterthwate, B. Sharpe. N. Slgar, J. E. Sullvan. G, n, Thomas, U. P. T. TlroJjv MECHANCAl ENGNEERNG l.-p a a e : J.. SulH- van. M A T H H la T r s!. Para: G. L. FergUKn, F. T. S attew ate, C. P. T. Tbrosby. TH RD YE A R EXAM.VATON. M A T R R A! A N D S R U C T LR E S. Para: E. K. G Boyd. DR-ftWNG.A5D DESGN. Para: W. f. Atltna. R E. n. Boyd. M W H -ANCAL ENGNEERNG L Para; E. B G Eovd fl.fvkytng. - P a» : K. E. O. Bgvd, C. C. W. Col- Jn*. A.. «. Stafford. DEPARTM ENT OF VCTER SAR Y fchnce, CHEMSTRY. - P a» : H. G. BoLtchner. ZOOLOGY 1. Paas: 11. O. BclBchner. \ DEPARTMENT O F.AORCJLTURA, SCH2fCE. CHfcSllhTRT 1. Para: Enphema J. Ferrer, Dorothy D. Hope. r r Y S r S X. -Paw: K. B. Jonftv. BO TANY. -Pu-ra: Margaret B. Ratellfff. y.c«>lo«y 1. Para: Eupbema.T. Ferrer. GEOLOGY*. -P a w : Euphema.X. Perrer, E. B. Jone*. DEP\RTMFJ«T o f ARCHTECTLRE. * VATHEMATTCS L Pass: J. H, F. Cunnngham, ; J.eonore R> Lukn. PKSCRPTVB GEOMETRY. Para: J. H. F, Cuhnng- ** u m M lrt R T. - P * * ; R. E. V ck m. e E vcnrc dnrent. CnmatrCTUtod. P C B LC EJXUBnONS. Maln.v n conseruence o f the acceptance o f Trafnng College scholarshpb n leu o f pubhc exhhllona, rcag- natons hare l-een rcooved from twenty-three cand- datcat to whom publc exubtodb had been preroudy Award* have now b «n rewmreended to the follow, j cknldate*. who "e r e next n order of m ert: FACT. LTY OF ARTS. Bendo Arnold, R. L. Burgera, A. F. Cawley, O. A. Conolb, -L TV. T o n v b. H. Pearlman. Dorothea M, Sheldon,-G. A. S. Smth, D. A. Sluat-Robertson. A lexandra B. TrndalL F A fu LT V O F TKDCTNR. J W. Rfouchtnn, Tla» t Y. row. Theodore M. F.ng- Utd, J. P, r d e. A. U. Dart. J. K. Maddox..4. l. S Vtcfccrx. r.aclt-n OF sren O E. Dorothy te llarrnsto*. F- J- V. Poole, TT. G. Pykc, E. G. Rosx DEP.ARTMKWT O F E NGNEaRlNO. K. Hart. DEPARTMENT OF Y E T E R N A R T S O E N C L V. V. Byrne. The fodowlqg oxhbtoaen hare beez granted t n U --- LATE DR. BOWEK THOMAS. THE UNVERSTY. EXAMNATON RESULTS. OSullvan, te) Dorothr Roonev, (e) L. A. Salkeld tp-nd.v. Sheld, (e) T. F. Tocko, F-va ft. Webb. t a «for Alta only; may not proceed to Mathematfa T. M ATHEM ATCS H. P a «: Wnfred M. K. Oorrran, (e ) ftera A. Haggett, (4) H. Kdnnnds, (e ) T. 1. Kcmpster. M ATHKM ATCS D l.-p a ra : (e ) rabelu J. Pate. CHEM STRY. P aw ;.1. H. Deane. D KPARTM KNT O P KrONOSlCS AND COMMERCE. 1 ETONOMTCS l, ~ P a» : Besse Duntc. N. R. Evans, ftv. H. Ftovd, F. Fttzpatack. K. ftv. Gregorr, C. J. H ll, H. H. r*. Mghw, J. T. Lcemon, G. M. Jndergren, R. 1J. B Ryan, E. Vl jlk er.- ChrsHxa S. ftfteuerall. ECONOMCS L -P a r a : Kathleen B. Coauworth, Vf. B-! A. KlMtrlck. BUSNESS P R N C P LE S ASD P R A C n r F..- P a «: C. Murpby, ftv. R ftftalkpr. Chrstna S. ftfteaheran. AOCOCNTANCY. Paw : ne. V. 51. Stuart. : A (X X ):S T A N C Y H. P aw : A. W. Sdoeraaker, B.Se. COM MERfTAL teftw. Dploma courw. Para: C. Ma»- sey. Degree course. Pats; Mabel E. Gragg, Mlst, A. L. Shea. RGONOMC GEOGRAPHY. Para: H. Floyd, K. ftv. Klpatrck. G. M. Lndeyren, E. Walker. 1 NHUBAXCE M.-VTHEM.VTCS L - P. MGee. C. M. Orr, G, H. Palmer, C. G. Preston. P U B LC ADMNTSTRATON;. Para: L. H. Bowler,,. W..1. GlncMr. ftv. J. Grace te Scobe, A. B. Shaw. 8. West. F A O rlty O F M ED n N E. Fnd. Degree Examnaton. Tbe follow ng )» v e paraed he frst ( e e exanuuton: H. Barnett, R. C. Bohraman, A. L. Charlton, A. R. Colwell, C. G. Crawford, ftft. Darrogh, J..1. Doanelhu. Gertrude U. Grogan, C,,M. Guney, R. G. S. Ham s. V, O. L. na.v, H. B. lllj, T. K. Holcombe, R. f. M. Hyne, Etlel.M. Jonns, Marv E. Kelly, A. E. Kendall. C. tev-ombe, Lnda V. Magee, C. H. Norton. J. S. O Keete, R. T. Paton,. D. A. Prtchard, BJ5c., S. G. Sandra, K. J. Shallard, C. K. Sm, K. S. Smth. A. & Thomaa. J. M. Woods. LEPAKT51KNT OF DKNTSTBY. PHYSCS l.- P a w ; J. K. Brooks. bxju an DBGkEE EXAMNATON. PATl01.<XY, O P E R A lt V a SfRUJjHY. AND SURGl-,C A L AN ATO M Y. Paas: F. B. Cumnlng. F F T H LE U R E E FDtAMlNATON. ] M ld lcal JUBbPHLDENCE AND P tu U C U la LTH. tta: J.. Colvn, Olve te Gordon. P H ARM A C Y STUDENTS. CHEMSTRY. aas: A. W. Bechag, ftv. J. BonteU, 1Matal r;. Chappe, O. Draper, R. J. Flynn, Kathleen A. Fry, J. L. Gallagher, Thelma V. Hall. ftv. W. Jones, Vf. J. R ogen, H. Sanuee, Pearl M. Smth, G. tt»u»a «, Mary H. T o v.»r, L ftvhte. BOTANY L 4*B b: K. A. Cartwrght, J. A. O. Cbarle$wortb. C. J. Corbett, L. J. Lynch, V. R. Rotarta, L Samuels, FA C U LTY OP SCfclNCa CHEMSTRY L P a «: *R. A. Grouowsk. Murel.M. llaahum, Ethel R. Kegh. Marxm H. Tuckermnn, Cla- traa G. Wlson. PHYSCS 1. Fata; A. P. Brtanende, A. L- Burrows, n a r a 5L Curetnn, C. C. Fleck, Murel M. Hamlton. KaUOera Hggma. *Edna K. Hovrraoj, Ethel R. Kegh. 11. C. U m b, Eunce M Coy, Dorothy A. Tureer, Jeade W. ftftutans, F. U. H. Wlaon, Rebecca ftkmler, *» th R. WrghE FACUr.TY OF ARTS. H S T O ay U. H on ors-e»na year: Professor przn fo r Hstory L. Marjore F- Uarnan. tlnclon: Marjore F. Grnard. Conrtanw R. f!*- DK-ttncllon-flrst.lvW on: Dors A. thadwlck. d a X- Prce. Second dvson; Eunce 51. Budge, M th her* gwun-m.jrdoch, orem.e M. nch and CTta-enco > W alker, cqut. (rrell: Cra.e Cowell, DorH Tor- ncr. Dorothv <\ ftvcr, equal; Kntblcen L. Howard. ldugfttlon. Dstncton te) «( CrcdH fe ).1. T. Leeno. Honors at graduaton. Class L : tej j N Ro«. F.ftCLXTY O F MEDCN-P.. Hccond degree examnaton paa»: Dorothy E. Abbott, :r. Andrew, Mabel. C. Bny. B.A.. O. H, Clare, B.Sc., C. J. Downw, Mavs K. Furet, B. P. Hodmarsh..L G- hlomm, K..1. Howell. Vera Jackson, Francs a lk o v, B.A.. B.Sc., K. Macknnon, B.A.. C. B. MacVean, W. K. Manton. A. H. Murphy, J. 5L G. k T. K. Punch, T. R. Qnnn. M. Sacgh, l e t S(.ephe.M, R. W, Thompson. 5. B. ftftalker-hm.th. f A y l Oearw e-xatnnaton-dr. 8andc«pnze for s n c a l p r M es.ay, The lcgeneralon o f Bone : M. K. H ynn, B-A-, B Sc \ DFPABTM ENT OF DENTSTRT. j Second year examnaton. Aoatom y and Dental Anatotrv Pass: B. H. Clouter. Tlrd year examnaton. P hysologj Pofs: A. U. Broadbet. P. S. Nolan. F A C U L T Y OF SCENCE. PHftSRS L -D c o s Uompson Scholanbp for P h y s.: U. ;. Jlook. Hgh «lglmcton: K. O. A- A O lcart-. F. T. Satterthwate. equ al n M m ctlo: p M. Sbanljan..S. B. Blhe. Credt: A. J. Altau, ftv. U Prce. T. R. Maaon. D. 8..lohoxUm, ftft..ft. M J-aren. The followng {.tudent, only have qualfed for %am\ slon to the thrd-year specnl >«urm n organc cb«nttt, - Uarv M BnghM. H. Campbell, Katlleeu < Roea H. Jlarr:*m, 4 rancm M. Xfll., Coostanto A. Alce M. Sawdon. Mabel. ktevene,.a. J- A llan. S. K {BUbc. H. Bcanmont. A. G. D»nan, C. ft. l;errl s t.. Hook, A. ftv. AfLaem. P. C. Mo*e, L. H. ftftamer. DEPAH.TMKNT OF FNU NKERNG. hrst Year Examnaton. Descrptve Gecxnetry H gb DsUnctan; F. V. Laws. Credt: K. te Aflon, 0. L G. Powya.. DEATH OF 3S. HORMAH HEATH. T h e fu n e r a l o f th e la t e M r. N o rm a n H e a tp. e 39 y e a rs, w b o w a s tb. w e n -k o ftv n e e c r e - r y o f th p l n v e r s t y C lq b. ro o k p la c e n a s a t n r d e v a ffe r n o o n a t th e C h u rch o f K D g J a n, C c m e e r v. B o ta n y, t h e R e v. W. T. P r c e o ffn la tlb g. n flu e n z a th e c an ve o f d e a tb. A m o n g o th e rs p re e e n t ar th e fu n e r a l w e r e M r A. L tla m p b e ll. r e p r e s e n t n g th e d lr e e f e r s o f th e U n e V s ty O lh b ; M r. L. P. S h a rp, repr--1 s e n tn g tht> H n jp resp o f n d a M a s o n c L o d g e ; j ) r B ru c e ftvthors. D r. P a rk ln s o a, D r. A. A. <> P a r a e r. M a jo r H n to n. M r. Ylurph;.. M r. O C a L d la g h a n M r. A b e e ll. y r. C., J. C a m p b e ll. M r. L a w fo r d. M r. T lg h e M r. D. P. D A r c y < b rn th -r o f th e la t e M r. Joh n D A r c y ). M r. F. U n d e r w o o d (s e c r e ta r y nf th e S p o rt-, C ljb), M r. fc. C llb P old; MT. C. o a t le y. M r. A. E A d a m s. M r 1 T u rn h u l. an d M r. H. J K H e y r e p r e a o n t a ; Lje.staff o f th e U h lv e r s t y C lu tf). D e c «?» le a v e s a w d o w a q d o n o Bon. T h e fu n e r a l o f t h e la t e D r. < tc o rg e B o w e n l T h o m a s, o f A s h fle ld, to o k p la c e y e s t e r d a y m o r n n g a t St. T h o m a s s C h u rch o t E n g la n d C e m e te r y. E n fle ld. A n u m b e r o f r e p r e e e n t a t lv e p e o p le w e r e p res e n t. W r e a th s w e re s en t b y th e C o n c o rd an d D o b - j r c y d e G o lf Clubs, th e W e s te r n Su b u rb s H o r t - J c u ltu r a l S o c e ty, au d th e ftveatcrn S u b u rb e C o tt a c o H u u p lta, u a d d to u to m h y p c rs o u a l y W reaths. h e s e r v c e a a t th e g r a v e w e r e c o n - n d u cted b y K e v. ftv. U. llllllu r d, o f St. J o h n s, n A s h fle ld. ath a t C o o m a to o k p la c e o n F r d a y, y e a ra a g o G e n e ra l F o s t e r h e ld th e o f D r e c t o r o f M lt a r y S c e n c e a t J D v e r s ty S h o r tly a f t e r b e n g p la c e d Llred ls t a t th e end o f 1917, w lt h 1 to re ta n th e h o n o r a r y r a n k o f h je n e r a l. he w a s a p p o n te d A c t n g D l llta ry A r t a t D u n tro on C o lle g e Pe l t THE rntveesty. vfl EXAMNATOr KESUTS.» A C n.t T O F AKT8. Hgh EKatw rre. Honcu at Grdaadon. Clara L : (e) te N. : F A C U L T T O P MBDCNH. Seoond >twr«e Examnaton. F N A L DEGREE E X A M N A T O N. Dr. Sanderf Pr** for Suceal P r» ffa T "n a p«_ generauon o f BoDe."-M. C Hynn. s T r f e S c* D BPAE TM E NT OF D E N TSTR T. SracDd Tear Bxannato. Anatomy and DenUl Anatomy.-Ura; B. EL Clontlw P h T B tel< w y.- A. H f b. Notan. FA C U LTY O F SCENCE. W M m M D E PA RTM E N T O F E N O NEBRNO Frst Tear BxamnaHon. DEATH OF M?.. NOEMAJT HEATH. T h e fu n e r a l o f th e la t e M r..norman H e a t o. ] a g ed 39.y e a rs, w h o wa.s th e w e ll-k n o w n s e e e - t a r y o f th e U n v e r s t y C lu b, to o k p la c e un S a tu rd a y a fte r n o o n a t th o C h u rch o f E a g la n l C e n e e y, B o ta n y, th e R o v. W. T. Prl.-*e o fn a tlu g. Jntluonxa w a s th e e a e e o f d e a th,.ftjnong o tlp s p re s e n t a t th o fu n e r a l wpv,».mr.!. Can.nbell, r e p r e s e n t n g th e d lr o e t o r s o f th U n v e r p H y C lu b : M r. L. P. S h a rp, r p p r «- v e n tln g th e E m p res s o f n d a M aso ue L o d g -- f r, B fu v e W th erh, D r. P a rk n s o n. D r. A..ft P a lu n T..M ajor H n to n, M r, lu r p h y, M r. O C a l- la g b a. M r. A b ach. M r. C. J. C a m p b e ll..mr L aw fora l, M r. T lp h e. M r. U. P. D A r c y <broth s, o f thf la t e M r. Jolm D A r c y ), M r. p. C n d e r. w o o d {s e c r e ta r y o ( th e S p o rta C lu b ),.Mr. C lls s o ld. M r. n. O a tley, 5 fr A. R. Aa.am n, M p L. TuvnuuU, an d M r.. J. K te y {r e p r e s e o t M th e s ta ff o f th e U r.v v -s ty C lu b ). leftve a wd.)w an d o n e son. - T

11 Jf phnrt) Rornmg rrall. T U R S D A V, M A R C H 27. n). THE UNVERSTY. exam nato n SESTJTS. ttld. Mm. Mart*. L- P r LoutaTU. H. U. tttw y L P w : Teronca B. UorMn. FA C U LTY O F U E U C D a Thrd Detree Thwwlnaton. te, B.0. d. jl >odb09fc C. J. lmsau. Fourth Decree Xt t Btad ata-u ateru M o ln.-p o a ; * D E P A r r M B N T F m» a K t» o. Btaaxcal Bncubednf T - P u o : O. 0 W. OoUn* -n. P an : A. R. AUom, ;olee. 0 M. ShnptrtL 1. SUrrwaoo. L. V. U ( T e t y s M H q L N T. T j - M R. J O S E P H JA.M E3 F L E T O H E t!. w b o h s- :? t b een e le c te d p r e «e n t o f th e L ln - Ufp.r. l: : l c o f N e w South l e s a o? L-- Jute K c v...l.--cph F le tr h e r, P rn c lp d r f N e w n g to n C o lle g e, and w a s b orn n N e w l A-.;..r :-- h f.t lu g g ra d u a ted afe-sydn ey r v.. f.!;. t" aa ju on the aen lor 9ta ft e f W e s le y Oel!:-,.j:r r-: b ffn e, f o r s x f c a w, j- tlu d fu v th e tc H ) o f tb e b ea dm T stefsbp o f Prwc--; -.r M J. r v ljg. n 1S7C h.- -.-ftt to F n g la p d f o r a s c e n tflc tr a ln ;- M v e n tu a llv E poolflled d b!o - lo g. ;!?? fn d tr - th e c ou ftn o f P r o fe s e o r R a y L. lep h r Ht U n lv e r s U y t ollegfe. and o f P r o - 1 U u -;: y 3t h c tot.l U o lle g p o f SeleuCe. H e fll-, b s j.s c. dc.".j. e ut th e U n v e r s ty o f!- :.a.»r " t u r n n g to A «8 t r n % M r. F J e th e r w a s tt : -;07 -- or tll* s t.f o f N ew ln Kldn f o lle g e, j. - l ; ) th e n v ta t o n o f the la fc S r W llu m ], - - c lr a y, lc re ttev er th e la t t e r «f th e w o r k : - fo r.«years h " had cond(<-ted -- r.-.,..-; :.ry., "H y..mr. F le tc h e r fo r jn-nrs h etd the. p o s to n o f s e c re - rn ry CudtM th e d re c to n o f th e c ou n cl. H e..h r e tr e a t tle end o f th e n re se n t m on th, and n r.--.:o7fnh!o fl o f hla lo n g an d fa th fu l r s e r r c e, b< brj- bccm e le v a te d to th e ch a r., Hjr 4»pJfp Hormng rran. M O X n A T..MAKCH,71, n a D l A l O F D R. C L F F O R D., A m o n g th a v c tm o f th a n flu en za e p d em c J d u rn g th e w e e k -e n d w a s th e w a ll-k n o w m J m e d c a l p r a c tt o n e r. D r, P e r c y C U flo rd. D r. C lffo r d, w h o d ed a t b s re s d v o c e a t B e lm o re - road, Rand.wlclc, h a d o a y b e e a U l a fe w daya T h e d ec ea se d, w h o w a s a s o a o f tb e la t e M r. and M rs. Jam es C lffo rd, o f W e n g te n, w as 40 y e a r a o f a g e, a n d w a a e d u ca te d a t S t. l 5 * * R v e r v e w, a n d the S yd n e v U n tre r s lty. w b o re b e g a n e d h a d p lo m a s as s u rgeon a n d d o c to r o f m e d c n e. D u r n g th a p a s t 10 y e a r s b e h ad p ra c ts e d n R an d w ck. an d w a s a v e r y p ou U a r fg u re. H e le a v e a a wdow and four young chldren. A requ em m ass w ll h e h eld a t Our L a d v o f th o S a c je d H e a r t Church, R a n d w ck. a t 9 M o c loc k th s m o rn n g, and th e fu n e r a l w ll le a v e h s la t e re s d e n c e a t 10 o c lo c k f o r w a v e r l e y C e m e te ry. S Y D N E Y. F R D A Y. A P R L 4, 1M «. Lectures. re UNVERSTY o r SYDNEY. LECn-RES N J.tPANESE. FRST YE.4R: One hour «week. Mnndav. B.o p.m. Fee. 1A per term. fff m N n TEA R C..tSS; Thraf Hwr ft week. Monday*. Tttwlara. TJnrMava 6.0 nm Fee. 2 per term. THRD T FAR CLASS: Two Hotrt ft week, Tuewtftv* nnd Tmrednys. 5.0 p.m. Pee. 2? per term. Tbe Fmt Ler-ture for tle new Clare wn commence on Monday, Aprl 7th. the other U<*turee w ll commence or Twesdnr; Aprl Sth. H. E. BARFF, Warden ajd Regtstrar. Lectures. T N ve m sm r o f Sy d n e y. DEPARTMENT Op RCDNOMrS AND COMMERCH A course of 00 Lectures w ll be drrersd at the Unlverety oa PUBLC ADMNSTR.VnON, dunng Lent, Trnty, and MlehaelrrM Terma Tme, Mondaya, W-flneeday*. and Ftldajm. at 6 p.m. Fee, -2 per term. ntendng students rtwuld eutol at the Unversty otbce forthwth, H- K _ B to P F. Warden and BegstrT. S Y D N E Y. M O N D A Y, M A R C H THE UNVERSTY. RESULTS OF HONORS EXAMNA TONS. F A C T L T T OF ARTS. U tn L H dlsuoccon: G. P. Shpp, Jeasl«O. SuKtna, J. K. KlloU. Dstncton: Francea S. Dunn- cur. Frsnore O. Prce. U t n L Hgh dstncton: F. E. E, Brooka Dstncton: B. S. U e. V olet N. L. Welch. Latn H. lonora at gradauon Clare L : (e) M. 8. ODonoghua. Clare.. M ollle B. 1* Murphy. (Tlass m.: Marjore V. OlanxUle Crcrt. U dstncton (older o f m ert); G. P. Shhjp. J. R. KlloU. Jc«de G. Smona. O e d t: May CTunelL Greek H.- DsUoeton: P. E. K. Brooks. Gtedt: t.atrona. C. Cameron. Englah L Professor MacCallun a Prze lor RBglsfa.: 1 uulne A. f. MQullen. Sydney Unversty Women:# Ojuncl Prze for Englnfa L lways; Paulne A. M. M U le n ; pros, acc., Hlda F. Mackanere. Hfr dls-* tncton: Paulne A. M. MQuUlen, Hlda K. Msekanesa, Heather 8. Adamson. W. Q. Tester, Alca M. Jameaon, R. L. Head. Dtstncton: Edth F. Kane, E. D. Roper, ConMance B. Roberta, A. B. K errnn. Credt: J. H..Skre, Dorothy CToAy, Ella M. Hanly, Flora C. Tmms, Mav A. Turkngton. FuglM. Thomas Coulson "bolar.hp for l-jnghah L : Dora A. Chadwck. Mmd Stles Prae for Englsh D.; Esther U Tuckev. Heh Dors A. Chadwck. Dtstlncton: EhHer L. Tuokey, Anne We<»ton. Sade Kelly, Dorotby R. Green. O e d t: Sade K. Brewater. Nora A. Bowee, Vera F. Kent. S n g l lu.-rfu u es Coutts Bcholanhp; Dorto V. Contle, Pearl R. U. Grfln, and Beatrce Smeeth. aeq. Honora at Gradtnrtoo. Claaa L : Dors V. Cfoutta. Pearl E. M. Grffn, and Bealrca Sneath, aeg. Clam Q.: Cecly R. Stanler. Rebecca A. Falconer, Eva Duhg. c u re n.: Mary E. Clarke. F en d. - lllg h dstnctoo; (e ) Wnfred M. Lang. Else M. Spptrcer, aeq.;.mnrr K. W alt; Mary A. Kelly. Marjore. Rore, aeq. Dstncton: H. n en r. Credt: Knnew S. DuncHff. Marjore W. n b e c k. French. Dstncton: Lela Coppola, rre d lt: V olet N. L. Weleh. fe). H. Moore; ( e ) Alce Jones. E lren o r, B. B. M. Krkpatrck, aeq. Froor 111. Honore at vraduaton: fas*. OlVe E. ru fn ell, H. Savage, Clare n.- Hlda C. H an rw, Alsa Crag, Cecly E. Wanley. Vvenne W. U lo r. German. - lle h drtnrton: R rte M. Spencer, Mtrel E. Wat, Marjore L Rore. Gertnm Tl. Dstncton: Uwmnr R. B. M. Krkpatrck. Credt: J. W. Mlne. Brer-d.1 N. Rchard.sa. German U. nonorr at gradua- tton-lllare.: Hlda C. Hancock, R. A. Shrets. Gtr- ton Scholarehp No. 1, for French and German: EseJ Hrtory L n lrd year-n gh drtnrton: (e ) Myra Wmrtl. (e ) D. M. Smth, B.A., Olve E. Pnrnell, «. P. A. Bohman, Dorothy R. Edwanla, T. M Dougall. Xrtnrtoa; Frst dvror Nora de V. Wrght, (e ) A. H. W ood; (e ) H. M. Woodward. B.A., M stj D. tslr- less, aeq. 6e«Dd dvson-e m fly R. Saundera, Kathleen Cregn. Credt: Murel B. H. Smth. Honora at eraduaton-clare T.: (e ) Mvra W llard, Olve E. Pur- nell: G. P. A. Bolmuu. f)orrthy B. Edwards, Norah de V. Wrght. T. MDougall. CUss H.: Frrt d Tron-<e).t. n. Wood. Marj- D. Faress. S d dvrton-funly R. Saundera. Kathlem C r. Clmw m.: Morel B. H. Smth. Frazer SrtwJsrrlp for hstory; (el Mvra Wllard, PWlosnlphy. lath m w SrolarKhlp No. U. for sophv. - M. W. D. MTntyre. Hgl dsmnrton: M. W. D. M lrtere. E. D. Rmpor. A. O. Fox. mstncton: R. W Anbrvy, Chedt: ly e ll K. Jenkna, (e> K. Gollan. Phlortmhy n. (Ancent Phlloreply). P ro fe a w Ande eons rrtsea for Phloraphy; Dors C. O (U d rf T"8r, k. 8..ee (second yearl. Kurh dstncton; D o C. Coutta, Dors H. Rvett. B.A., R. 8. T.«. Olve L- Punell, Drtnrton: Vera F, Kent, n lo le t M.K le*, n. A. CubU. Elene MacDonell, Tk.A. C r«h t: Marjore Z. Tre M ors**an. Honora at graduaton: - "d rnh-crstv medal Dors V. Ooattx. Clare H.: (Mve E. Purnell. Msry E. CKsTVe. MaOrnntvs T. George.Alen 9doUr*hp for M te- matlc*.: E. D. Roper. K. K. Saxbv Mfmonal prze: R. L. Arton feng.) Hgh lrtnrtorj: F D. Roper. R. Tre Arton (FJg.). da A. B r o. D lrtfo o n : W O. Baker (Eng.). A.. Benjamn (K r g.). 1. Burton, Alce L. Prertm. aeq. CYedlt (alphabettam Lrna M. Bates. Em ly F. Brley (Sc.). PeTyl E. V. U. O lto n fs d.). (e ) U J. Ckmrgam CtTO (E ng.). R. O. CanBnr* (E ng.), W. J. Dew, 8. n c U r, J. R. rartt. W. G. V m E. llurrfl (9d.>, W. L. Hurd (R n), KelJv,.T. RoH«e!l (E ng.). («) F. R. matlc* n.-b a k «T Roholarahp No. 1 and prze for MaUcmatce.: A. -A. dstneton: A. 0 f. M..Slmnahan (E ng.). Alce _M. StemJon Lord, B.0, TJreB. Dlsrnctmn: Mara M. B w b (S e ll R 8;. jee. O. B. Thomfls (Enr.). aeq.; fyancw M. Newell (8 rt.). Credt (a lp h a b e tc Mary V. Baker (S d.). MsTgaret A. Puxton, Grace Cwrell, b e l Edna M. Kerhert (S H.). J. A., R. Q. Hook (S d.), Bdth. Kerr, D, S. JobrworL P. : C. More (S d -h Mabel 1. Sterons, Welch. Anne Weston. M a t V r a S l T 4 1 tlnrtlon P N. W. Andersen (S d.), Ethel B. Dtme ll (S d :? " o A d f. Marjore N. A>jrtn ( W. ). S. J. Young t (S d.). llonors at gvaduaton-claw ; P. N. W. Ander-, «en (S d >. Tnverrtty medal, E th d B. Durle (4k-.). r A. k e y (S d.) a u m m. (alphabetcal: Mar-, jore N. Aurtn (S d.), R. A. (Julglcy (Sc.), 9. J. S a W M KW o p W>CW0M(3S a n d C T O M l tncton: J. H. Red, N. N. Playfonl. K. (.olltn, b. 8. Jenkna, P h y ll«m. Le MuUnger, Mary OConnor. Lwfe Economcs. c S l l? a A. l r t b. c t J n : P. C. Spends, Else a : S t n o K. Arton, M.A.. K. J. Byan. M.A., T. P. Mac- kenra. aeo. (ALA. EXAM NATON.) SCHOO* OF HSTORY. u o r a - law. (alphahctcal order): Persa O. C- * -j.-n B. Harper, Lela M. Thomaa. y SCHOOL OF PHLOSOPHY. Psychology and Educatlon.-Uonora Clare L and Cnfc versltv medal; A. H. Martn..Clare.: D. J. Flock- hart. P an : P. North. J. H. 0 ChauveL a S lo O L O P MATHEMAnf.S. Honora Clare L and Unversty medal: G. L Oodfrey. Thnws, The R eu tvfe of Physcal Measure- xneau. Profereor Andeson Medal for an Eaaay on a PhlJo* aophcal subject: Dorto M. ftvett, B.A. Subject, Oon-, scrtpton, Oon*euce, and Lberty. Nlcbobon Melal! f o r t n verac: F. J. H. Lettera, B 0. ; Venour Nathan Prze tor Hstory: (e) L, N. Rose, Lela M. Tbomaa, 0 A.. aeq. FACULTY OF 8CKNCK. Geology T. Geology-Mu.eralOBy Honora at graduaton, Clare L : H. Yates (Unvcraty medal), Mare Ben- tvoglfo. Geology-Palaeontology lonora at graduatm, Clare. and U n vm lty medsl: Dorothy K. PoweU. Class L : Amy B. MOoy, Florence E. Mkdletou, Profeeaor Davd s Prze for Ooology U l: Dorothy K. PoweU. DElAllTHtLNT O F P-NGNEERNG. Fourth-year examnaton. Department o f UedfamrtL and Electrcal Engneerng Mcehanc-al tnglneerng lu.-d sleto n ; R. W. Dun- ster. a lu M Burney. Pass: F. H. Day, 0. E. W. Horne. K ngnecr Drawng aad DesSgn.-lgh da- tmctlon; *R. W. Dunstcr. Drtlnqdon: D.. M Uar- ney Pare; F. H- l>*y. U E. W. Horne. M *<*ftncjl and Klectral Euglneearlng. H<H or»-01a«l : * 0 Hnwter. Class a : D. 11. M-Burmey. Electncal neerng.-h g h dutnctlon; t W. Dnnster- Dm- tncton. D.. MBuney. DEPAHTMENT OK.AGRCULTURAL SC3ENCE. Thn l-yeu Examuatlon. Agrlcultutal B o u n j, ncludng Plant Pathology. Dstnctoa; J. K. Taylor. Agreultura Chemstry. Credt: J. K- Taylor. ( ) Evenng rtuoent. *Unmatxcuated. Chr frphfp Wornmg rralll. M o x m y, A P n. t, la s. D form n tlo D b a s b te n re c a v e d a t th e V tt v e r a l T t t a t M r. C. K. A lle n. B.A.. M.C., nan,&f th e R e v. W m. A lle n, has b een a p p o n te d to a le ctu re sb p n C v l L a w n U n v e r s t y Ctollege. O x fo rd. M r. A lle n gra d u a te d n 1910, w t b fr s t -c la s s. h onou rs. n E n g lla h. G re ek, and L a t n, g a n n g p r z e s f o r E n g lsh e w a y s and v e rs e. H e s u b se q u en tly g a n e d th " J am es K n g o f r r a w a n g T sra ve llln g S c h o la r s h p. th e C o u tts S ch o la rsh p f o r E n g ls h and a s c h o la rs h p a t.new C o lle g e, O x fo r d ; w h le la t e r b e won th e E ld o n (L a w ) S c h o la r s h p a t O x fo rd. H e w a a on e o f th e frs t t o v o lu n t e e r f o r a c tv e s e r v k e n 1914, an d b as been engaged n m lta ry dutes d u rn g th e perod SUPEUANNUATOX. jducatonal SCHEME. \ 3069 AUSTRAUANS BENEFT. CHARMAN OF THE BOARD. M r. K. A. G llflllft. s e c r e ta r y o f t h e P u b lc S e r v c e B o a rd, has b eeu a p p o n te d c h a rm a n o f th e b o a rd to a d m ld s tc r th e S u p era n n u a to n A c t. T b e o th e r m e m b ers a p p o n te d a r e P r o fe s s o r M o o rs, a c tu a ry, and a s s s ta n t le c t u r e r a t tb e S y d n e y U n v e r s t y n m a tb em a tlc s, an d M r. A. O. G lc h r s t, w h o.b o ld s, a m o n g o t b e r o f fces. th e p o s to n o f p re s d e n t o f tb e N e w S o u th W a le s P u b lc S ch o o l T e a c h e rs* F e d e - ra to n. T b e P u b lc S e r v c e C o n fe d e ra to n w a s ask ed b y tb e G o v e rn m e n t to s u g g e s t th e n a m e s o f s x g e n tle m e n s u ta b le. n t s o p n o n, f o r a p o s to n on tb e b oa rd, and o f th o ae p u t f o r w a rd M r. G lc h r s t w a s s e le c ted f o r t h e p ost. L O N D O N. Sunday. TTree th ouraod and slxty -n ln e A u stra la n o f fce rs and m en a r e p a rtc p a tn g fn th e ed u ca to n a l sch em e. A h undred and t h r t y A u s t r a lan m lta ry d octors bave been afforded op p o r tu n te s o f s e c u rn g Hloglsh d p lo m a a, and 107 Bursea a r e le a r n n g d om es tle h y g e n e and k tn drel s ce n ce s. * S o ld e rs ta k n g th e r d sc h a rg e n E n g lan d r e c e v e le a v e on fu ll p ay, as f th e y had been d sc h a rg e d n A u s tr a la. B r t l a h F n e f U l l e s. T b P re s s B u rea u an nounces th a t o ffc ers aod m en o f B r t ls b n a to n a lty, w h o a r e o r d n a r ly d o m rle d o v e rs e a, but s e rv n g n th e U n ted K m g d o m a fo r c e s, a r e e lg b le f o r tb e H o m e G o v e rn o c n ts fa c lu te s n th e w a y o f h g h e r e du ca ton a t u n v e r s t e s o r a g r c u ltu r e offlcea and w o rk s. A lm t e d n u m b er o r d n a r ly d o m c le d n th U n ted K n g d o m a r e b e n g a s s rte d b y th e c o u rs es g v e n b y D o m n o n s o ve rs ea. T h e B o a rd o f E d u ca to n s p o rto n o f lb e strftem e n a b le s q u a lfe d o v e r s e a e x -s e rvj c e o ffc ers and m en t o pu reu e c o u rses o f u n v e r s t y s ta n d ard 10 th c U n ted K n g d o m, w h le o th e rs o r - U n a r lly d o m c le d n tb e U n ted K n g d o m a re b e n g a s s sted n th e tr stu d es a t o w rrse a u n - v e r s U e *, o r n e x c e p to n a l c a s e s «a t fo r e g n u n v e r s te s. - SUPERANNUATON B O A R PERSONNU. ANNOUNCED. M r. G a rla n d, S o lc to r -G e n e ra l, la s t n g h t a n - nouoce<l th e p ers o n n e l o f tb e b m rd ro ad- m n lb ter tb e S u p eran n u ato n A o t, as f o l l o w s : - M r. R. A. G ll f l L L A N. s e c r e ta r y o f tb e P u b lc S ervc a.flo a rd. charm an. ProfeSBOr - MOORS, Sydney Unverstty, actua r a l m eubor. M r. A. G. G 4 L O H R 3 T, p res d en t o f th e N.S.W. P u b lc S ch o o l T e a c h e rs A s s o c a to n, m em b er re p r e s e n tn g th e p u b lc s e rv c e. M r. G lflla n b as b e e o s e c re ta r y o f th e P u b llo S e r v c e B o a rd f o r te n o r tw e lv e y e a r s, and h s e le v a t o n to th e S u p eran n u ato n B o a rd w ll n e c e s s ta te tb e a p p o lu tm e n t o f a su ccessor. T h s w ll b e m ade b y t b e P u b lc S e r v c e B oard. P r o fe s s o r M o o r s s A s s s ta n t-l e c tu r e r o f M a th e m a tcs a t th e S yd n ey U n tve rs lty. M r. G lc h r s t,* b e s d e s b en g p resd e n t o f th e N.S.W. P u b lc S ch o o l T e a c h e rs F e d e ra to n, s p resd e n t o f tb e N.S.W. P u b lc S ch o o l.-ysslstant T e a c h e r s A s a o c la tlo u. and v c e -p r e s d e n t u t th e C o m m o n w e e ltb an d S ta to C o n fe d e ra to n. T h e s a la r y o f th e ch a rm a n w ll b e 900 a y e a r, and lb e m e m b ers w ll be p a d fe e a T h e a p p o n tm e n ts w ll be fo r m a lly m a d e a t a m e e tn g o f th e E x e c u tv e C ouncu, p ro b a b ly to -d a y. Professor Moors of the Sydney Unversty, who h a a been apponted ao n a ra l mem ber o f th o Snperonnnatlen Board. SUPREME COURT BENCH. TEMPORARY JUDGESHP. MR. LANOER OWEN APPONTED. O w n g to th e ab s en c e o f M r. J u s tc e S tre e t, (T h e f Ju d ge n E q u ty, on s x m o n tb s le a v e, th e O o ve rn tn e n t has d ec d e d to m a k e a te m p o r a r y a p p o n tm e n t to th e S ta te S u p rem e C o u r t B en ch. T h e A t to r n e y -G e n e r a l (M r. H a ll) s ta te d la s t n g h t th a t th e p o s to n bad b een o ffe re d to and a c c e p te d b y M r..a n g e r O w en. K. a T b e a p p o ln tm e p t w ll b e f o r s x m o n th s, and M r. O w en w ll e n te r u pon h s n e w d u te s on ur ab o u t A p r l 20. M r. O w en s a son o f th e la t e S r W lla m Ow en, f o r m a n y y e a r s,s e n o r P h ls a Ju d ge o f th e S u p re m e C o u rt B en ch. H e w a s b orn n Sydney, n 1662, an d w a s e d u ca ted ac th e N e w S ch o o l u n d e r th e la t e P r o fe s s o r S te p h e n s, and tb e C h a r te r H o u s e and N e w C o lle g e, O x fo rd K n glan d, w b e re he to o k b s B.A. d e g r e e. 11( read lo th e c h a m b ers o f M r. n g le J o y c e, a f t e r w a rd s Judge n tb e C h a n c ery D v s o n, a o d w as a d m tte d co th e E n g ls h B a r a t L n c o ln s n n n 15S8. H e w a s a d m tte d to th e N e w S ou th W a le s B a r tb e f o llo w n g y e a r, d e v o tn g h m s e lf c h e fly to E q u ty an d B a n k ru p tc y J u rsd cto n s. H e w a s a p p o n te d a K n g s C o u n s e l n 1905, au d f o r u p w a rd s o f 25 y e a r s w a s e n g a g e d a m o s t o t t h e b g E q u ty s u ts n t b e S U t e. M r. O w e n s re c o g n s e d us a sou n d E q u ty la w y e r, an d w h le p r a c ts n g n t h s p a r tc u la r ju r s d c t o n b e re v e a le d h gh q u a lflc a to n a lo n g a g o. eve n w h e n n c o m p e tto n w t h tb e th en le a d e rs o f th e B a r, euch a a S r J u la n S a lo m on s, M r. C. B. P lc h e r. M r. B. R. W s e, M r. J. H. W a n t, th e la t e M r. J u s tc e W a lk e r, an d tb e la t e C h e f Judfs n E q u t y (M r. J u s tc e A. H. S lm p e o n ). H e s u b se q u en tly b ecam e, an d w a s fo r m a n y y e s r e, o o e o f tb e le a d e r s o f th e E q u ty B a r h m s elf. H la a d d res s w a s a lw a y s d g n fe d, an d fals a r g u m e n t k ee n an d n c s v e. t s un derstood th a t tb e a c tls g - ju d g e w ll a s s s t w th th e E q u ty an d B a n k ru p tcy w o rk. A t th e o u ts e t o f th e w a r M r. O w en r e ln qu sh ed n v e r y lu c r a tv e p r a c tc e an d d e v o te d h m s e lf to K ed C ro s s w o r k an d e s ta b ls h e d an d c o n d u cted tb e n fo r m a to n B u rea u, w h c h p ro v e d e u c h a g r e a t boon to r e la t v e s o f d ea d, m s s n g, and w ou nd ed s o ld e rs. n le g a l c r c le s th e a p p o n tm e n t s c o n s d e re d an e x c e lle n t on e., M r. C. K. A lle n, son o f tb e R e v. W!lM a_ A lle n, baa b een ap p on ted to a le ctu re s h p n (yjvll L a w n U n v e r s t y C o U e ge. O x fo rd. M r, A lle n g ra d u a ted n 1910 w th flrs t-n la s a h o n o rs n E n g ls h. G re ek, and L a t n, g a n n g p rla e s f o r E n g ls h e ssays an d v e rs e. su b sequ en tly g a n e d tb e Jam ea K n g o f r r a w a n g T r a v e m n g S ch o la rsh p. C o u tts S ch o la rsh p f o r E n g ls h, a S ch o la rsh p a t N o w C o lle g e, O x fo rd, and th e E ld o n (L a w ) S ch o la rsh p a t O x fo rd. H e w a s on e o f th e f r s t to v o lu n te e r f o r a c tv e e e rv tc e n an d h as b ee n e n g aged n m lt a r y d u te s d a rn g th e p e ro d o f th e w a r. n June. 1918, be was aw ard ed th e M lta ry C ross. S Y D N E Y, W E D N E S D A Y, A P R L 9, THE UNVERSTY. appo n tm e n t oe.ectrers SR W LLAM CROOKES DEAD. A GREAT SCENTST. THE UNVERSTY. TEMPORARY CLOSNG DOWN. O w n g t o th e n flu enza e p d em c, th e r e w ll b e n o fu rth e r le c tu re s on la b o r a t o r y w o r k a t th e S yd n ey U n v e r s t y t l l th e flrs t W ed n es d a y a ft e r E a s te r. T h e re has b een n u m b e r o f c a s es o f n- fuenxa w th n tb e U n v e r s t y, an d th s fa c t b as p ro m p ted th e a u th o r te s to ta k e th e acto n - L O N D O N. Sunday. S r W lla m C ro o k e s, th e fa m o u s s c e n ts t, s deadfar W llam Crookes waa m e of the graatert adentsts of the daj-. He wss among the flrrt ot the explorers nf the new unlreraa of energy w hk* has been shown to le nvolved n wbat w«b uutfl a few vears ago the emallert nfcognlsed partrte o f Jnatter -tbe atom. n «was the tnrentor o f th* earllometer, and the dtocovrrer among ou>er thngs, o f the element tbttlllum, and o f a new rnrtho.! of spertnwooac nvestgaton. Sr W llam Orookre was an authorty of tha frrt rank on santary <nreuons a* well as on radant tnater, and t was bs means of prwcw extreme varuna whch broveht the preaent noandfecent electrc ltotng wthn the ranee of prartcal posrtblty. le was mrn n 1S32, larred n 1868, had four aods and a daughter, add had every knd t seeotfe honor. n l»to be waa tbe Ckder of Mert. A l th e la s t m e e tn g o f th e S en a te o f th e U n v e r s t y, M r. G. A. Julu s. B.Sc. E n g n e e r n g. U n v e r s t y o f N e w Z e a la n d, w a s a d m u e d ad eundem gra d u m to th e d e g r e e o f B a c h e lo r o f E n g ln e c ru g. - - A c o n n tte e r e p o r t re com m en d ed tb a t f th e p a n d c m k had so ab ated by W e d n e s d a y, A p r l 23, th e d ate Q.xed by th e G o v e ru m e n t f o r th e re su m p to n o f c ctu re e, th e le c tu re s o f L e u l te rm be p ro lo n g e d fo r oue w eek. T h e f o lla w n g a p p o u lm e n ts w e re m a d e : L» «-- tu rc rs n p u b lc ad n lu l.n a tlo n..vleb*r8, F. -\.r- nau d UJand an d P. R. W a t s ; le c tu re r an d d c- u o u s ra to r n z o o lo g y.. -Mr. K. A. B rg g s ; de-- lu o u s tra to r n p h yscs, M r. F. T. P e lr c c ; dou on- B tra tor n m e c h a u a l e D g n o c rlu g. l r. H. R o r k e ; te m p o ra ry le c tu re r n v e t e r n a r y aur- g e r y and v «-le rn a r y an a to m y. M r. O. F. F n la y ; te m p o ra ry le c t u r e r u v e t e r n a r y m a te ra m cdl- ca and p h a rm a cy,.mr. U. J..\1. V V alten ; le c tu re r m o rg a n c c h e m s try. M r. K. E. lu r n e r ; d e n o n e lra to rs n s u rv ey n g. M r.. B. S m yth and.mr. H. R. S ch m d t; le c t u r e r n m n e ra medc-u (T r n t y le n n ). Ur. Joh n -M acphorso; p a rt-tm e d em o n stra to rs n an atom y. D r. H. K. 0. P o e, D r. R u th e rfo r d D a r o g. D r. J. c. S to re y, Dr. L. Q. T e e c e, D r. B. T. B d ye, M r. J. R. H u n te r, M as Una le ld jn g. an d M r. J. H. \V. L c a d lo y : h o n o ra ry d e m o n s tra to r n an a to m y, U r. T. K. P o tts. On tlfe recon m cn dston o f th e S cence R e s ea rch S ch o la rsh p U u m m tec tb e f o llo w n g s ch o lara blp B w e r o a w a rd e d : E olth J. A n g e ll- u ctta, D.Sc. P h y a lo lo g y ; D o ro th y K. P n w e ll, B.Sc. lo e o lo g y ): D o n s M. llv a t t, B..A. (n d u s - t r a l P s y c h o lo g y ). T b e s c h o la rs h p h eld by E lle e o M. B ro u gh to n, f.s c., w a s e xten d ed fo r a fu rther perod o f one year.. T b e John C o u tts S ch o la rsh p f o r 1919 w a s a w a rd e d to M r. J. G. S tephen s. M r. S tep h n p s. p ro p o s e s to c a r r y o u t re se a rch work n pnyt-,? c a l c h e m s try. S Y D N E T. T C E S D a V. A P R L 16, p a rre d t feon ever 1 UNVERSTY EXAMS. The followng h«v# passed lhe w e n t prellmnftty cxannatlon for artclkl clerkx: G. H. Aaher-SfrntU, J. < J. luntev. C. J. Klnx. R. Nel.zm. K, P. Walfcrr. fatrcnlatlon E.s*nnaloD. J. H, WUstt* qaltfrj for entrance to tbe Kscoltee of Artjw Law, Meacmr and Urtence.

12 tn A>?bnfP «ormng jtrallj. T V T J S D A Y, A P R L s, l y o. THE U N V ERSTY. CONFERRNG OF DEGREES. A t ts m o n th ly m e e t n g y e s te r d a y th e S en a to e le c te d as V c e -C h a n c e llo r f o r th e e a r M r. J u s tc e D a v d G lb e r t F e rgu so n. n c on seq u en ce o f th e G o ve rn m e n t re g u la - tla n s p r o h b tn g th e h o ld n g o f m e etn gs, th e S en a te re s o lv e d th a t th e p u b lc m e e tn g f o r th e c o n fe r r n g o f d e g r e e s, w h c h h ad b een flxed f o r S atu rd ay, A p r l 13, b e n o t h eld, and th a t th e d e g r e e s b e c o n fe r red (o r h w t h. T h e f o llo w n g s th e ls t : FACULTY OF ABTtt Mtater of ArU. Uonoun. n< kh«rt, Dard John (P b flo so p h y-aas D.). Godfrer. Oordun Har (Matbermtc» Claw. and Ual- T m ty Medal). Thefct: Tle BetaUvty o f Physcal Measurement#. Harr>er, Susan KnlUd (Hstory Claw 1.). Uann. Alfred Horato (Phllooopby Pychology and B<lucaton Claaa. and Lnverrtv Ue$lal). Thomof. Lela Mabel (Hlatoo-Claw ). Waterheute, Ebcn Gowe (French Claw 1.). Thess: The Teachng ol the French Verb. Pass. Chauvel, John lenrr Allan (Phloaophy). Kgar, hyedenck Arthur (KnglUh). Gles. lon«e EsteUe Noble (Bducatk>a). K e l l e r,. e o J Y a n c ls < E n g ls h )..cc, Wllam George Kduraton). taws, Errngton (FrcnolO. North. FfOtlcrck (Phlosophy). North. Ccrtnde Maude (Educaton). Prodfyt. S elu Elzabeth Rarah lltttn). Whyte. Heary Wllam (Educaton). Bachelor of Arta Honours. TV>hman, George Francs August (lbtop Cla CUrke, Marv Kdth ( E g l& & U... C l a w. ). Coutta. Dora Vera (E n g ld -ru ss 1.; PhlloMphy lass., and Unvendty Medal. fjaroe* Cootts ScholarJlD for Eugl Croe. Kathleen (Hrto lhv y - ( V n.). s lt-.., anu Lnvenncy ScholaT-hD for EuKlshj. ae. Kathleen (Hrtory (T C n g. AlM (Fronch Claw.). rh.wg, Eva (Rnglvsb Class.; Botsnv Claw n.). Edwards. Dorothv M lth (Hstory Class.}. Farlera. Mary Dorothy (Hstory CltsB.). Falcfmer, ttebecra Amela (Engllah C l.). Olanvllc, Marjore Veale (U tn -C la ra.). (snffln. Pearl Eleanor Man- (E n g la Clsas.; Botany Claw. tjames Ooutts Stoolarshp for Ens- hsh). Haufcck. Hlda Cameron (Frw d Claaa H.: German -GUss 1.). Tnlor. Vfvlenne Wnfred (French Tlaw.). Murohr. Molle Blar Lascellea ( U t l v a t n.l. O Drawehue.lchael RtanUkus flatm -Cla«. : French Ollstm. Kathleen Merrfl (Botany Claaa.). [Purnell. Olve Kmlly (F ren to -T lftw U.; Hstorre- Claw,; Phlosov Claw ) Row. LwHe Nevlle (H rtory-c aw. ; Eduoaton- (H aa. tvenonr Nathan Prze for Hstory). Saunders Emly Ruth (H lslory-o law D.). fgysgc. llam - (Freneh-Glaw.). rera, Ralph Austn fo crm an-o ta«.). Smth, Murel Beryl Harte (Hatory Claw H ) c ;» l n. a : m r U * _ a m. P r r a r t - (H rrto n r-n sm T.). t b M j d > > Anderson. Margerv Hewgon. Baker, Mldred Jane. Beaven, tara. Brght, PeeHa (TrvH. ; Brown. Dorothy Hlda. Htrher, Ewe. Collfn*. Jnhn. : Oombefl, Dorothv Elzabeth, t Cu-ran. James Charles Mlne Pprgwson. Keth Aubrey. Feldng. Darve., Kvth. Agnes Wfnfred. Ptrpstrlck. Wlwn. GlfTnelH, Onnta] FTw. TTarwanl, Doreen Sade. Tore, Kathleen Mav. Kelleben Mary Elabeth. Tjppln, ** Alexander. Larum, Jack Edward. U v y. Jack. lewlr. Thomasna glds. Mackenze, Thoraa Fndlay., McBae, Plnlav Ptrck. * yanslev. Mafjraret Adelade. Mddleton, Rchard ffharles, B.Ec. Mow, James BreTl, Nelson, Perry Olver. North. GwexMne End. O Rourke. Kathleen. Pale. Tsabena Janet. P"srsnn. P errv Wlfred. P t, Marjore Betrha. Remer. Herbert Ernest Edward. : Rflev. Wtnsome.frala.! Robnson. Berte Cornford. Roek. n eu Hope.. Scott, Albert T esl. Hughea.. Soott. Cecl -Wllourfbv, Sh*gT".n, Lna, enerwood. Norman Lesle. Todd. Florence M en Grmhame. Towle, n ffo n Cappe. w -h t. E d n r Allan, Wllams, Lews George., Bachelor of Economca. Pass. Frernghn. Amos Leonard. Frkn. Caleb T.awry. B.4. Mackenze. Thomas Fndlay, j Ryan, Kern Joseph, M.A. FA C U LTT OF T.AW. : BacbeJnr of Lawa. Honoura. Jerdan, Ernestt ArHngtOn Stuart. B.A. (H afl.). navy, Reoffrry Vandeleur, B.A. (Ca m J.). Para. Bradley, WlHtm.Tames. B.A. Cflhalan, Edward Bernard, B.A,, leonard. James S t CUre, B.A. Perdrau, R.tlph.losepb. Redzhaw, Samnrl, B.A. FACULTY OF ME1>C1NF_ Bachelor ot Modca. Paaa. Borna, Fr«nc{a Auttn. lubatan. Dumac Auguatbe. Cobngy. Thow#.eo. Crg, Waller DavM EeH. Dartou. "llu m B «M ld. Davltton, Alan. Feathsr, W alter Bataan. Fcrguaon, SVlllau Jton. ryu» Mchael Rchard, B.A., B.So. Har, Gordon L.stse*- Hcucr. George reaerck. jhcdr, Carl Hermann. Keunodv. John Araluea. MUeton. George. P U r, Rowland Jordan Gore Armstrong. Shortlsnd, Lesle John. B.A. dth. Davd Thomas Bushton. Master of S u n w - Crag. Walter Dark Keth. Lartoo. WlMau Regnald. Ukvlm. Alan. Hewer, George Frederck. Jaede. Cal Hermann. Kenney. John Ara uen. Shortland. Lesle John. Bnth. Davd Thomw Buahton.. Ths followng Master of Surgery (CbJ.) degrees were alto conferred n absat#: Klet<ber. A. R. M Vut hfon, J. B- BL Magure. F. A. Ma;baH, T. B. Mntv. C. C. M oran.. Murphy,. OP fjclknce. Doctor of Scwee. Daenell Smth. George Percy (B o ta»-u n ve tm ty m clal). Theses: 1. Some toetvatdn* tg>on the lfe hlftorr of Phoma.-trfrpa. the canae of black «pot <l»caae h cltrub fm t, 1 Some prellmouy nvrelgatons on a ba<..cral dlaesm of tohucco fo ll-v n g an attack of blue mould, Peronospon hyottaul. 3. The Ganefoplyt* of PlJolum. Bachelor o f Scence., Honoura. : <» A n f r t U ; K d f f e a n (P h y «o lo g y -C la w 1. and Un- u n v -Clara U.) Revan. Eant Thelma (Botany C lw 11.). Uu-e. F-thel Beatrx (Matbemalkw-CUae L, Phyto- M. :r «r U m o. 1. ) -,,. r e M e? ll; mv (C l.m l.7 -C U,l L : Ormnlo Chea- MCvf S S tr t r.«> lo»-p»u en loo O T -C lm. XlGrath nra Jo«t>h. B.A. (P h v*a -C [W B M - "<neon. FMwnoe Elma (C *olog>-p.laeontook y-llm» an. lu> -r -ty Medal; Profewor Davd a prze for v;«de* MaUe Dorothv (Zoology -nasa n.ft. Sl-enherw. John Gower (CbenUtry--<T:. and Lnver- * t y MvdM; John CoutM.hoUrtop. vc«>u-n Hertf* Francs tphvsrv Class H.). YaM. Haroll r.aagy-m ucralrgy-claw. and m - Y o u? r s # M r y!r. wcpb (M -th e m a a w -C la * 111.; Pby- ace Claw H L). Bden. Ruby Omstancc. Broonte. Carl F.wad. KUk May hdth. Cow. HbU. M -lrv. Wnnm Frederfk Janwe, B.A. ln.phe.v. Afanraret M MuMrcxh. Hrtvhn- n. k.otny May. Keys, teyuotd b-uu- Lauder, A la rlo CcN.-y t.ula,. OC. Mocdonnb. R «Anne. MMul.en. valvne Llan. Moon. Maulc lelta. Moorcn.ft, Ruth OHvr. OCouor, Hazel Emcfc. Vnxtcr. Hlda Mary. ScanmelL Rnnert Boswood. begacrt. KWe Mary. Sper, S yb a Amv. Streeb. llelcna (.w g n a..swan. Marearet. Tency, Ursula Puulre. H.VCHELOR OF ENGNEERNG, j (a ) Cvl Englneerug. [ Honour#. Lush. WlHam Henry (Class 1.). Buller, Roger Joseph (Clara L ). Paas. Kowe, F.dward Stanley. [ (b ) Mechancal and Electrcal Engneerng. Honora. M Burn, Douglaa Hope (Class.). my, Francs Hanner.. Horne, Lesle Edward wllam. BACHELOR OF SCENCE N AGRCULTURE. Hoooura, Shelton. Jamea Peel (Clana L and U n vera McdaL Mr. M udm Prze for Forestry). M r. J u s tc e F egu B on, w h o haa b ee n e le c te d V J u e -C h a n c ello r o f th o S yd n e y U u lv fr a t y, w a s e d u ca te d a t th a t lu stc u to n and a t th e F o r t - s t r e e t S cb o o h B e fo r e U k t n g up th e la w h e w a a fcogaged n jo u rn a llw n. F o r m a n y y e a ra h w a s C b a lls L e c tu re r n P ro ced u re, E v d en c e, an d P le a d n g a t th e U n v e r s ty. C.ALL TO MKDCAL STUDENTS A b o u t 200 fo u rth an d fft h y e a r U n v e r s t y m e d c a l stu d e n ts b a v e b ee n le m p o r a r ly re> le a s ed frona a t te n d n g le tc u re s by t h e c lo s n g o f th e U n v e r s t y. t s c o n a d e re d th a t th o s e w h o a r e w lln g to d o so can p e rfo rm, v o lu a lle s e r v c e s n a s s s t n g d o c to rs, s o d n. [o th e r w a ys, n c o n n e c to n w th th o e p d e m c, J an d w th th la n v e w P r o fe s s o r J. T. W la o n j bas a s k ed a ll sueh s tu d e n ts to a s a e m b le a t tb o M ed lc a l S ch o o l a t U o c lo c k th la m o rn - n g., S om e m e d c a l atudcata, b o th m a le and fe m a le, h a v e a lr e a d y u n d erta k e n v o ln n ta r y w o r )( n a s s s t n g th e n u rses to t b e w a rd s a t th e R o y a l P r n c e A lf r e d H o s p ta l. T h e s e c r e ta r y w r te s, e x p r e s s n g a p p r e c a to n o f th e r e ffc e n t s erv c e s. Cbr lonn g Srralh. K n. w, A r u. n, l a o. WOMENS COLLEGE. MSS MACDONALD S GREAT WORK. TO KE COJLMEMOHATED. A s p e c a l m e e t n g o f th e c o u n cl o f tb e W o m e n s C o lle g e, c on v e n e d a t th e re q u e s t o f M lsa F a r fa x, w a s h e ld on T u e s d a y la s t, o d scu ss s om e m ean s o f e x p r e s s n g a p p rec la tu n o f th e s e r v c e s o f th e r e t r n g p rn c p a l. M ss L o u s a M a c d o n a ld, to th e c o lle g e, and to h e CBUsn o f w o m e n s e d u c a to n n g e n a ra l d u rn g! th e 27 y e a rs o f b e r te n u re o f o ffc e. t w a «xenlpecl th a t th s w a s a m a tte r w h c h w o u L l. appch l to a fa r w d e r c r c le th a n th e c o u n r-l, an d th a t m e m b ers o f th e g e n e ra l p u b lc 1nte"- e sted n e d u c a to n. 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13 o f M to h a e l O L e a r y. V.C., b u t la t e ly w e r e g r e tt e d th a t B e d e K e n n y. V.O, had e n ls te d f o r a c tv e s e r v c e b e fo re e n r o lln g a s f l p h a rm a c y stu d ent, but n o w th e c o v e te d h o n o r, th e h g h e s t m lt a r y tls tln c to n n th e B rts h A r m y. P o r V a lo r. s b ro u g h t to us b y th s y o u n g o ftc e r o f 27, e r s t w h le a d m n s tr a tv e o ffc e r a n d la w s tu d e n t o f th e U n v e r s t y, w h o p u t d o w n hs tooks to ta k e up th e sw o rd. W h c h w a s R to rk ey as k ed a U n v e rs ty m a n n th e m d s t o f th e e x c te m e n t o n th e m o rn n g th e n ew s c a m e th ro u gh. Y o u re m e m h e r th e la d n th e offc e, d a rk h a r an d e y e s, w t h a la u g h n g fa c e a n d such d a re -d e v l, h a p p y -g o -lu c k y w a y s, th a ts R to rk ey. V.C. A n d lh e r e p ly a p tly d es crb e s hm. S O N O F A J O U R N A L S T U e u t e n a n t P e r c y V a le n tn S to rk e y, V.C., s t h e son o f M r. S to rk e y, a v re l- knowm jo u r n a ls t o f N a p e r, N e w Z e a lan d. w h e r e P e r c y yvga b orn on S ep te m b e r 9, H e re c e v e d h s e a r ly e d u ca to n a t th e N a p e r B o y s G ra m m a r S ch o o l, w h e re h e w a s s e r g e a n t o f th e C a d e t C o rp s. A f t e r h s r e m o v a l to S y d n e y h e w a s a tta c h e d to th e a d -! m n ls tr a tv e s t a ff o f th e T e a c h e rs C o l- 1 le g e, B la c k fr u rs. a n d n 1912 e n te r e d th e a d m n s tr a tv e o ffc e o f th e U n s r - s ly. n 191S he b eg a n hla c o u rs e as a la w s tu d e n t, a n d n M a rc h, h ad c o m p le te d t w o s ec to n s f o r h s L L. B. d egree. H e th e n e n ls t e d a s a p r v a te j n th e A..F., a n d to w a r d s th e e n d o f th e sam e y e a r le f t A u.s tra la a s le u - t te n a n t n c h a r g e o f r e n fo r c e m e n ts fo r th e 19th B a la lo n. H e th e n h ad w th h m a b r o th e r s tu d e n t. L e u te n a n t A. R. B la c k e t, s n c e k lle d n a c to n. E a r ly n 1916 h e re c e v e d h s sec o n d s t a r on s e rv c e, a n d n N o v c m le r o f th e s a m e y e a r w a s s e ro u s ly w o u n d e d n P ra n c e, an d n v a ld e d to h o s p ta l n E n g la n d. PO PU LAR STUDENT, n A p r l o f la a t y e a r h e return--d to P r a n c e w t h h s o ld b a tta lo n, u n d er th e c o m m a n d o f C a p ta n H. B. T a v lo r, a n o th e r S y d n e y U n v e r s t y m a n. W r t * n g to f r. S e lle a f t e r h s a r r v a l. L e u ten an t S to rk e y s ta ted.n a t th e r c o m p a n y wfus th e b es t n th e b a tta lo n, ao U w o u ld s e e m th a t.s torkey w a e th e n t r a n n g h s m en f o r th e sp le n d d re - Blt w h c h th e y h a v e Just a c h e v e d. A s a s tu d e n t. S to r k e y w a a f u ll o f lfe an d v v a c t y, g e n a l a s a c o ftp a n o n, a n d e v e r w t h th e m s c h e f o f la u g h te r an d y o u th n h a e yes. T h e w r t w o adm red n hm aa a student 1 carre d h m to fu n e a s a s old e r. H p r t f n g t r a t t. S A - T t n D A Y. A P R. 20, t SATl the EURPDES. l RETURNED SOLDERS LAND.. Z A C D A Y K E C E P T O N. * day about 5G0 N e w S outh W a le # > w h o w e re b rou gh t fr o m E n g lan d n (p ld e s, w e re re lea se d fro m qu arantne- th e retu rn ed m en had s e rv e d w th t H o rse. Ttae oth e rs b elo n ged to [nlts. L a n d n g on A o s a c D ay, ttae d a g r e a t recep to n. T b e w elcom e W o o llo o m o o lo o B a y w h a rf b etw een a o cloc k w as fo llo w e d by a m o re [slaatlc d em on stra ton a t th e Anaac B u f- th e Dom an. T he M n s te r fo r W o rk s B a ll) rep resen ted tb e S ta te G o ve rn - s t th e w h arf, w h le th e m en w e re h en g, ed b y th e State C om m andant (M a jo r- al L e e ). F L O W E R S A N D C H E ER S. J n w a s g r e a t c h e e rn g when th e frst,r c a r on th e R od C ross re g s te r, th e w ell-k n o w n V c to r y car. entered th e tet, s h o rtly a fte r 3 o clock. L e u l.-c o lo n e! E. D avd. C.M.G., D.S.O. (b e t te r know n P ro fe s s o r D ard. o f th e U n v e r s ty o f lo ey) reach ed th e B u ffet a lt t le n ad - jr e o f th e othor offlcers and m en. T h a b fcssor. w h o had been aw ay th re e years, rved n a m o to r car w th M rs. D a v d and. d au ghter. lu a>)dlllon to th e C.M.G. and S.O d ec o ra ton s he w o re tb e rb b o n o f th e n gs P o la r M ed al. T he U n v o rsty o f Sydy was represented by M r.. Justce F er- Bon (v lc e -c b a n c o llo r ), M r. H. E. B a rff arden and re g s tra r), P r o fe a o rs W lso n, fleld, D ou gla s S tew a rt. W a tt, C otton, and. W le r, and M r. W. H. B row n (L e c tu re r G e o lo g y ). n th e p a v lo n M rs. J. H. jd en (w f e o f th e D re c to r o f B otan c -.-.rdens) p resented M rs. D a v d w th a bouqu et o f orchds. A p reseu ta tlo n b y M ss M alden to M ss D avd o f a bou qu et o f rosea follo w ed. A huge bunch o f rosea w a s th en handed to M rs. D avd by M ra. P h p p a rd and M rs. Cohen. T h e m em b ers o f th e W v e s and M oth ers A e s oc la to n (D u lw ch H ll and M a rrlc k v lle c e n tre) p resen ted M ss E vans, w ho s n charge o f th e B u ffet, w th a bnnck o f s w eet peas and dahlas. P ro m n en t am ong th e o fflcers w h o retu ro ed yesterd a y w as M a jo r J..A. P o llo c k ( * fessor n P b ya lcs n tbe U n v e r s ty o f Sydn ey ), w h o had been th re e y e a rs on the o th e r sde o f tb e w orld. G on g aw ay w th th e rank o f cap tan n th e M n n g G orp s, th e p ro fessor sp en t m ost o f h s tm e n la b o ra to ry w ork n Belgum - H s la t e r a c tv te s w e re n con n ecton w th a e ro p lan e con stru cto n w ork n E ngland. L le u t.-c o lo n el C- B. Black bu rn. A.-A.M.C., C aptan E. L. D. P a rry. A. A.M.C.. M ajof G uy S h errngton. C aptan W. M aclean A m p h lett (D e n ta l C o rp s), Chap lan G. S. R chm ond, Le u te n a n ts J. A. Alexan d er. P. W. B eau - flhamp, A. C. D u p ret, J. H a r v e y. F. H orn s w e re th e o th e r ofdcers. S ster B. J. G arven and S s te r B. 8. H en son a ls o retu rn ed yesterd a y. «..., A m on g tb e d ecorated m en w e re B. G a llg a n (M.M.), S ergt.. T. A s W o a (C ro x d e G u e rre ). S ergt. (M.M.), S ergt. B. A. B o u rke (D -C.b U, "o rp o ra l 0 G. F au lk s (M.M.), 8 e r D. U ( J l s o a (M.M.). and P r v a te R. W. B. T h o m - l - T h e p assen gers b y th a E u rp d e s n d u d ed l o r F. de V. Lamb tred Crosa). 1 W. M cculloch, Capt. R. W lla m s. M rs. D avd, and M ss D avlffl T h e tw o la d le s w e re a c tv e ly e aga gad to wan w ork d u rn g th e r sojou rn n E ngland. J. A. H o gu e w elcom ed h s nephew, S gt. B e r t W o lfe, a you n g Sydnoy jo n rn a ls who w a s re sd n g a t R an dw ck When he enlsted. * «p L an c e-c orp o ra l A. E rn est L e e, o f th e A-M.C l a n d hs son. S «-g a a n t E rc B. L e e. o f ffo F rs t M achn e Gun those w h o dsem barked vesto r tav. l.an ce -(on > o ra l L o e w h o enllflto d t n h as been con n ected w th th e u s tr a - lls n G a s lg h t C om pany fo r m any yeara. an a h l s oon, w h o e n lsted n 1916, h as o n ly Juat Y lebralcd b s H t b rth d ay. PROFESSOR DAMD. «GEOLOGST OF VAR. THE a WONDERFUL FEATS BY TUNNELLEES. GREAT SMASH AT MESSNER. L o o k n g som aw b at w o rn b y th e s tra n o f eam p algn o g and tr a v e l, L eqtsw a at-c elo B e! W. B. D avd, C.U.G.. D.8.O.. an d K n g s P o la r M edal, retu rn ed to B yd n ey yesterd a y b y th e E urpdes, accom paned by M rs. D avd and 311SS Davd. Llcu ten au t-c o lo D cl D a v d w a s th e flrat o t the shp s Rom pany to reach tb e A n xae Buffet. T o a l n qu res L le u te n a n t-c o lo n e l D a v d had one r e p ly to m ake. W e ll? W b y, o f c oa rs e am. N e v e r b e tte r. WOK: o f THB M NNG CORPS. n an n te rv e w subsequ en tly, L e u te n a n t- O olonel D avd g a v e an o t e r t lr B aaeon n t nf ha exp cren cea sn ce B a ln g on F e b V try 20, 1016, w th tb e A u stra la n M n n g Corps- F ro m M a ra ellle a," h e aad, w e w e n t d re c t ; to HaxBbrourk, o u r te m p o ra ry h eadquarters, aod fro m th e re our tu n n o llers w e re m m e d a te ly d latrlbu tcd a lo n g th o W e s te rn fro n t, suob as H U l GO, F le u rh a x, O vennby, an d Loop. A t th at tm e tb s en e m y w aa p ra a a g UB hard w th b s o S e s s lv e tu n n e lln g o p e ra tons. F o r a lo n g tm e u r w o rk w a s Jargely p rep a rato ry to th e g re a t m a e ox p lo eon o f W yaeh aote-m eseln ee on June T h e famous H ll 60 n th e Y p rsa sa len t w as Ana lly tu n nelled u n d er b y N o. 1 T n n n o lln g Com pany o f.the A u stra la n M n n g C orps. T b e n)qea v a re d n d epth fr o m 70ft to lo ft, ben g c arre d n m any oases o v p r 100 yard s nsde "the enemys lnes. They were dstrbuted n a lo n g con vex tn e e x ten d n g ab ou t ten m les. A S T R K N G S P K C T A (T.5. "W th o u t dou bt tb e m o st s p e ctacu la r a g b t p f ths w h o le w a r w aq th e exp lo so n o t th ese g re a t m nes, o f w h ch th e re w e re no ( e v e r than 19, m any o f th em con ta n n g e v e r 49 Cons o f tb e hgh e x p lo sv e am m anal. n 11 o v e r a m llo n p n d q f tb s h gh e x p lo s v e w a s placed n* th ese m aea b en eath tb e G erm an lnes. T h e tm e fxed f o r tb e exp lo so n w a s 2.6(> on th e m o rn n g o f June 7. A lm o s t onn- p lete alen ee re gn ed a lo n g th a fr o n t f o r an hour o r tw o b efo re sere. " A t the ap p on ted m o m ep t tb e m n es w e re snm ltan eou aly fred. T o th ose who w e ro g a g n g c r tc a lly n the d recto n o f the m lnca n tb e fa n t g ra y sep a ra tn g d arkness fro m daw n, n o th n g w a s a t frs t to be seen e xc e p t tb e o ecasjo n al s ta r abells o f th e enem y, v b o a p p ea red to b e g e t tn g anxous. " A t th o m o m en t o f e x p lo so n a c e v e r e e arthqu ake tr a v e lle d th rou gh th e grou nd. So s e v e re w a s tb e shock th a t th e e a rth seem ed to rock to and fr o a e v era ] nohes. BJven to th e e ty o f L lle, a t le a s t 12 m le s d s ta n t fro m th e n ea re st m n e, tb e shock w a s experenced as qu te a severe earthquake. b rn gld g th e n h ab ta n ts o u t n to th e s tre ets. " N e x t to th ose w h o h ad th e p r lr le g a o f w tn es sn g th a scene th e e a rth seem ed to open out o 19 d fferen t p laces, and g g a n tc 1red roses to s p rn g o u t o f th e grou nd. 7 taese aaoendsd v e r y s lo w ly, g ro w n g n b ulk u n tl th e top p ota s f e ll apart, and a b r llla a t a ll- G o lo u rs-o f-th e-ra to b o w d sc h a rge o f n cau - descen t gasses to o k p lace. Thoae v a s t p lla rs o f fr e a p p aared squ are, re ta n n g p resu m ably th e sbape o f tb e m n e cham ber fro m w h toh th e y w e r e exploded, F n a lly an n ten se w h ten ess g a ve p lace to blacknesb, a s h u ge maeseb o t sand and clay, m n gle d w th b rck s, m ach n e-guns, and bodes o t tb e enem y, w e re flu n g u p n to th e ar. P lla r s o f clou d succeeded Che p lla r s o t fre. A s th s d ed dow n th e m o s t trem e n dous and p erh aps th e m oat p e r fg c t b a rra g e n th e w a r w as p u t dow n b y our a r tlle ry. T h e troo p s re a d y f o r s to rm n g w h a t a p p ea red to he a v e rta b le G b ra lta r Jumped o v e r th e top, and t s a m a tte r o f h s to r y n ow th a t th * w h o le o f th s s e e m n g ly m - p reg p a b le rd g e, w h lc b g a v e th e en e m y such an m nenss com m and o v e r o u r ln es, w a e qu ck ly c a rre d w th v e ry l t t le less, o u r ad van ce b en g to a d ep th o f s e v e r a l p lles. B a d ft o n ly heen know n w h a t a p aoe h ad spread am on g th o G erm an s b e fo re us. t m g h t h a v e b ee n p o s s b le f o r ou r tro o p s to h a v e reach ed L H le. BORNG N SAND. t m n sl o f cou rse, n o t b e con cluded th a t th e g ro a t W ytbctaacte-m esetnes m n es w e re a ll th e w o rk o f tb e A u stra la n M n n g C orps, f o r q u te a la r g e num ber o f m p e ra l tun- n e le rs c on trbu ted. N o. fl A u s tra la n : M n n g Com pany asssted N o. 1 n tb e o p e ra ton s. No. t C om pany w s s a fte rw a rd s tra n s-! fe rred to th o e o a st a t N le u p o rt, to a tte m p t } th e up te th en s ee m n gly m p ossb le ta sk o f tu n n elln g n tb a lo o s e san d dunes. T h s w a s d on e w th p e rfe c t sncoesb h r th e Austra la n s b y m eans o f a v e r v c le v e r system o t tm b e rn g. A ll W M g o n g w er w han, to th c autum n, a v e r y d etcrp ln sd and o v e r w h e lm n g a tta c k b y O erm an treo p s le d to th e capture o f ou r tu n nels o p th e aast gld e o f tbo v a e r Canal. T h a t th e G erm an s w e re unable a t th e tm e to fo llo w up th e r u c - OSBS was. d th e opn on o f G en era l H a r v e y,, th e C h e f n s p e cto r o f M nes, due v e r y la r g e ly tg tbp splen dd underground subw ays and dugouts to tha sand dunes p u t to b y N o. Company. t r e ll p T r R C U N a, M eanw h le No. 3 A u s tra la n M n n g C om p any had been d on g g r e a t w o rk a t L o o s and G lvon rh ey. T h e y had been p ec to U v a p p o n t ed to th s p a rt o f the fr o n t on accou n t o f th e w o rk p rasen lld g s n eclal d lfflo u ly. T h e r e lh e G erm ans w e re sto a d ly p ushed b ook, and ffte r a tm e found th e m s elv es an b ea te n a t m u u g th a t th e y p ra c tc a lly reln qu sh ed a c - U v te s to th a t d recto n.. N o. C oln psn y a U o d lsllp gllb h ed th em s e lv e s tn the la ter pbaaeg o f tb o w» r b y h e enorm ou s suraber. sm o u n ttog to s on B taqua- ands, e l h gh e x p lo sv e en em y shflus a a * c o n cea led mnea. w h ch th e y ru m o red n o rd e r to m ake safe th e w a y to r ltfs n trr. V. M orse, th s fra n t w h eh had fro n t- ;b e V a v qf J le «r!o a U f U g k tog O. ". ll..,!. b ««T.. «« m p lc a to n o f subways. g u B - * c booslp f * L JS rae 5 S te r t h y a. S u 0. t t a W. «- brn fr o n L UNVEBSTY OF SYDNEY. R F - O P E N N G d e f e r r e d. H t frkhntp fornnff trart. FRU-YY. m a y 2, SCENCE N WAR. PROFESSOR DAVDS STORY. CHECKMATNG THE EXEMY. n h s to te re a tn g n te r v e w le T h u rsda ys " H e r a ld L e u t- C o lo n e l (P r o fe s s o r ) D avd. O.M.G., D.S.O., C h ef G e o lo g s t to th e B rts h A r m e s o a th e W es te rn ronl w a s speak n g o f th e w o rk accom plsh ed a t th e fro n t by w o m b a t d r lls, d esgn ed b y C aptan S U n le y H u n ter, o f th e G e o lo g c a l S urvey o f V c to ra. On tw o o ccason s o th e r tb an th e on e whch has a lr e a d y been re fe r r e d to, tb e w om b at b o r n g m a ch n es w e re s p e ca lly used fo r ex- plocln g m n es. T h e y w e r e used, sad <>>lo- n el D avd, n th e fo llo w n g w a y : A t H ll 70, a t th e fam ous v lla g e o f L o o e. th e enem y w a s p res s n g us v e r y hard w th hs m nng. Dy m ean s o f geophon ee ( e a rth ls te n e rs ) t w a s asc erta n e d th at he w a * n th e an t o f o h a rg lo g up. w th b s e x p lo sv e s, a la rge m n e ohara- b er n th e h e a rt o l th e w g rk ln g s occuped by N o. 3 A u s tra la n T u n n elln g Co. M a jo r Coulter, th e b elo v ed and g a lla n t com m an der o f ths com pany, w h o la te r d ed so b ra v e ly on ths feld o f a c to n a t L o o s, s a w th a t tb e re w e re th re e p os s b le courses to fo llo w : e th e r s k ee p h s m en w o rk n g and thus run th e rsk o f a n um b er o f them b en g k lle d and wounded, o r to w th d ra w them e n t r e ly fro m th a t s ecto r t l l th e G erm an s had exp loded th e r m ne. T h e la t te r cou rse, th rou gh tb e enforced m - aotlon w h c h w ou ld h ave resu lted, w ou ld have a llo w ed th e G erm ans to k ee p v e ry mucb s h e d Of us w th th e r tunnels. T h e th rd ccurs# w as to p u t to a w o m b a t b o rn g m aoh n e al on ce and t r y to reach th e en em y m ne, whch ;W88 o v e r 6 fl(t fro m th o tunnel w h ere the,8eopb o n e had d etected t. T h s bore by m oans o f d esperate exe rton s, w as c arre d th rou gh h ard chalk an d fln ts to about 20 hours. So a c c u ra te ly h ad tb e calcu lau ona been m ade th a t th e end o f th e d r ll a c tu a lly struck th e b oxes o f th e G erm an hgh exp lo sv e s. E x p lo s v e c a rtrd g e s w e re m m ed a tely n tro duced. and our own tu n n elera h a v n g fo r the P rea en t been w th d ra w n, th e en em ys m ne w as exp lo d e d b y ue w h le he w aa p the a t o f c o m p le tn g th e c a rry n g to t o f h s b ox. o f e x p lo sv e s. T h e rm tult, o f courae, waa na o n ly d sa stro u s to tht, enem y, but t saved th* eltu a tlo n fo r our m e s." On a n o th e r oec&son, also a t H ll 70, at L o o s, tt w a s found p ossb le, b y m ean s o f a w o m b a t b o r e h o le, to reach ona o f eu r la r g e m n es w h c h had been re a d y la d (o r s ev era l m op tb s, b u t w h ch ou r m en w a re unable to exp ted e o w n g to th e m n e cham b er h a v n g been c o m p le te ly flooded th rou gh a h ea vy tn- uod atlon. an d th e e le c tr c frn g w res h avn g been b roken. C o lo n el D qvd speak s o f h o w, s ce n ce thus cam e ag an to tb e rescue. T he e x p lo s v e. * b e sad, had beeu packed n w a te rtg h t, aln c -a e d boxes, th e bore su c ceeded to re a c h n g th e m luq, c a rtrd g e s w e re n serted, and th e v e ry h e a v y exp lo so n w h ch fo llo w s d th e r frn g show ed tb a t th e w h o le m n e had b een su ccessfu lly deton ated. T h s, a g a n, g r e a t ly m p roved th e m n n g stu a to n f o r ou r mon. nod n d cated tb e v a lu e n s p «c U l crcu m stan ces o f such b o rn g m aohloee. t was. h o w e ve r, s p e c a lly f o r tb e m a k n g o f v e n tla tn g b o le s fo r the ad m sson o f a r fo r subw a ys and d ugouts th a t th e w o m b at ma-talufta w e re to m o s t detaand. T b lrty -n to e o f theao w e re ta k en o rlg ln u lly fro m. A u s tra la by th e [M n n g O orps, and th e B rts h m lta ry au- [ tb o rlte e fou n d them o f sueh use tb a t th e y o rd ere d 50 m o re u f th e aam e p a ttern ; tbeae (la t t e r w e re m ade to E o g a a d. TROOPS» lafe SHELTER. A n o th e r ty p e o f b o rn g m ach n e, C o lo n el D a v d w o n t on to eay, w a s one o f th e n atu re o f a v e r y lg h t h an d -drven plan t, cap ab le o f b o rn g ra p d ly to depths o f fro m 40ft up to a l l t l e o v e r looft. t w as v e r y m p o rta n t to be a b le to te s t grou nd a t th e fro n t ra p d ly, e»- p e c la lly n the F la n d e rs area, and n N o rth e rn P ra n c e, w th a v e w to te s n g w h e th e r t w a s p os s b le to s h e lte r troo p s u o d ergrou od w th o u t th e rs k o f th e r d ugouts b en g n u n d ated by w a te r b rea k n g n th ro u gh qucksands a b o ve o r throu gh qu cksands b elow. S r Sam uel H o rd ern h ad g e n e ro u ly placed a t m y dsp osal a suffl- o en t sum o f m on ey f o r e x p e rm e n tn g n such d re c to n s a s these, an d w th th s h elp t w as p o s s b le to p ro vd e ennugh m a te ra l for 10 o f tb ese lg h t d rlls. T h e y eob s eq u e n ly p roved v 80 u sefu l a t th e fr o n t th s t th e W a r u O c e ord ered 100 m o re s et* o f a e m lla r p a tte r *, but slg h tly m p ro ve d by us as a re s u lt o f e x p e rence. A ll th eee lg h t d r lu w e re under» y gen era l aopervjelon. and under th e m m e d U le d re c to n o f Leu t. L o ftu a H lls. A ssstan t <.r,- v e ro m e n t G e o lo g s t o f T asm sn a, who. a t tho tm e, w a s a tu c h e d to ou r M ln to g Corr-t. A to ta l o f ab out 3.OOOft o f b orn g w as dono M b th ese d r lls n o rd er to lo ca te th e m ost su table posltlodb, fro m th e g e o lo g c a l sasdp otu t. fo r d ugouts, o b s e rva to n posts, gun frrp la c e - tg h t d r lls w e re frs t used b y us a t m l 62 to th e no.rh o f P lo e g a e e n W ood. A s f r e a u U o f s e tr a l bores, w e a * :.r ta to e d th a t th e h ll w as v e r y su ta ble fo r U r g e duglm «r u n d er M a jo r E. S. A u d e r e o n l\ b «n cob P le te d, t h. j w ero cap u b le» ". f " lu g» b o u l 3000 m r o o o ««t o - t h e Jraut ho. th e y w o ro p e rlo o tly.eo u ro ro o. as ell Ore. u t U «g ro a t d u g-o u t had u c o v e rn g o t ab o u t 24tt o f c la y and aaud. yucksandh, LUAY, A M ) VVATKK, A m o re d ffcu lt p ro b le m w a s th a t o f r t - cu rln g d u g-o u ts n th e d ffcu lt b Ptw een A r m s n le rc s and L s C ordonb q,le, n ea r F le u rb a lx T h e d ffcu lty a ros e fro u p th e m e t h a th e ro w e re qu ck san d* from >lho S -fa ce a dopth o f M ft o r l «t ; then l o w them, a bed o f c la y w h ch v a r e d n th V k - ness fr o m 2dft to 60ft, and th en b olo w th e rtay qu cksan ds ag an w th artesu n w a ler K r pressure. Thu s. f t w e re P o «t b l e t o n e tra te th e o v e r ly n g land m a k e a d d g-o u l n th e bed o f e U y, aay non lo d g ed th e re w o u ld be t t w e e u th e d vvll 01 the s u rface qulcksaods and th e deep sea o f th e a rte s a n w a te r-b e a rn g sands beneath. n rtber w o rd s, th e y w o u ld b e to th e poston o f K e b am n a ham sandw ch, w th the P ace E«th e b rea d U k e n b y w a te r-b e a rn g quck rends T h s d ffcu lt p ro b le m waa la ck let E v N o 2 A u strau an T u n n e lln g Co.. under L o T B. N. M ulugan. w a put throu gh a e rla a o f p relm n a ry boras so as to ohooeo Btes b e s t su ted g e o lo g c a lly fo r «-b«w orj M a jo r M u llg a n s com pa n y th en succeeded n s D k tog jo n te d s te e l tu b n g ThTW&h th e w a te r-b e a rn g sand a b o v e and c a rre d th e tu b n g w e ll d ow n n to tb e su rfaee o f th e c t y b e- n e t h BO s s to m ake a go o d w a w r n g h t Jont. T h e y th en sank n to th e c la y s u ffcen tly deep to le a v e a t le a s t 24ft o f c o v e r b etw e eq th e r e o f o f th e d u g-o u t and th e s u rface o f tb e grou nd, and a t th e sam e tm e th e y w ere c a r * fu l to le a v e a th ckn ess o f a t le a s t 19ft o f c la y b etw e en h o floo r o f th e d u g-o u t and tb o to p o f th e arteaan san d* b en eah. H s d th ore been a le ss m a rgn o f th lckneas to the clay, th e re w ou ld h ave been the d an ger o f the a r te s a n w a te r b u rs tn g up fro m b elo w snd n undatng the dug-out. Although many m lta r y eu gtn e e rs w e re p ea slm a lc aa to the p o s s b lty o f c a rry n g th e w o rk out. t w as exe c u te d qu te su c ce ss fu lly and w th ou t a s n g le b tc h. OlVENCHy. A n o th e r area o f tb e W es te rn fr o n t w b e re g e o lo g c a l te s t b ores w e rs found to be s p e c a lly usefu l w a s Gvcncbyfa to th e e ast o f B eth une. T h e w o rk o f tu n n elln g th ere wra o f th e u tm o st m portance. G ven chy wan tb e k e to Bothune and th e v a lu a b le coal flsld s w h ch la y to th e sou th and th e w e s t o f t. G v en c h y c o u U be h eld e ffe c tv e ly o n ly b y m ean s o f e x te u jv e underground tunnels, su b w ays, and dur-4ms to s h e lte r our men and g v e tb om access u n d er c o v e r to our g re a t stro n g p on ts th ere M o s t F a rm and G ven chy K e e p. O u t s h a fu and tu n nels w e re s ta rte d th ere n a bed o f v e ry hard e la y v e r y m urh lk e w h a t one sees n tb e h v k p ts s t E n m ore. T h e th ckn ess o f th s c la y w as a t tbv tm e n o t k n o n lo ns a c c u ra te ly ; but le G erm an s e vd en tly bad b e tte r n form aton than w e. n June. 1916, th ey exp loded a la rg e cra te r, w h ch wo a fte rw a rd s c alled th e R ed D ra gon c ra te r, and w blch d d much dam age and cauaed c o rsld e ra b lo loss o f lfe to lo e B rts h forces. r w a s e v d en t th a t th e enem y had been tu n n e lln g a t a d ee p e r le v e l than ou r w o rk n g *. m m ed a tely a fte r th w e g o t to w o rk w th th e d r lls p ro vd ed b y S r Sam u el H o rd ern, and n tw o d ays tm e w e had eetabllahtd a c c u ra te ly th e e x a c t d epth to w h c h t w.-m11 be p assb le ) take ouv un derground w o rk n gs. n th e cae o f euch te a t b ore, w e n m d" th e b o re fro m vh«b o u o m,o f a m to e sb ";. A-? apon aa th c hre touched a rte s a n w a te r n th e chalk w h n l wt.*} under th e c la y th e w a te r je tte d up p o w e r fu lly to a h e g h t o f «f t o r T ft a b c ve th e bvou o f th o shu n, and would, o f courae. h u e ra p d ly fu ed U. B u t fo. U l# w e w e re prepared.** UNVERSTY CLASSES. T h e U n v e r s ty a u to r t le e have been n - fonnfh b y lb e G o vern m en t th a t th e cloa scs c o n u o resu m e on M onday* M a y 12. H t frphntp Homfng BfralU. MONDAY, MAY O, c l o s n g o f n f K u n v e r s t y. T O T H B E D T O R O P T H B H E R A L D. S r, A s a student a t p res e n t n A r U a t tho U n v e r s ty, would lk e to p ro te st throu gh yo u r colum ns s g a to s t th r contnu ed c losn g dow n o f th a t n sttu to n. O rgln a ty th o le c tu res w e re d sron tln u ed b e fo re E a s te r u n tl A p r l 23: th s d ate w a s a lte r e d to A p rl 28. and tb la n tu rn w as cbsn ged fo r M ay 6. N o w th e G o ve rn m e n t has once m o re n le r fc re d and d e fe rre d reopen n g u n tl th e l? th. o r p ossb ly U te r. E ven f le ctu re s a r e resum ed on th e 12th n s L tb e y w ll h ave been to abeyan ce fo r flv e w eek *, w h ch a a U r g e p ro p o rton o f th e acad em c y e a r o f th r t y weolcs. T h s t# a sero u s con a deratlo n fo r students, fo r w h le th e y can read te x t b ook s n t hom e, th ey aro w th o u t th e gu dance n th l* m a tte r whch th e y d e rv e m ore or U s * from lectures. Fhjrtherm ore, t w ou ld seem tb a t th e lo s t tm e w ll h a v e to b e m ade up ( f a t a ll) by sacrl- flcln g th e tw o short va c a to n s b etw een term s, and tbob s u b jec tn g studonts to tho stra n b S 3*con tfn om «w eeks o f le ctu re s, or Uo by p ro lo n g n g thn y e a r u n tl th e begn n n g o f. J w th e xa reln a tlon s fo llo w n g, and a phorten ed n te rv a l fo r student re a d n g fo r honoura exam s, n M arch. t skoud s U o b e b orne to m nd th a t th e com pulbory tr a n e e s cam p w a s n ot h eld d u rn g la s t lo n g vacato n, and w ll dou btlese be b "ld b efo re th e presenc y e * r s out. T b f* occupes «v e r th ree weeks. T h e G overn m en t has p erm tte d the s tte n d - an ce at sch o o l* o f pupls p rep arn g fo r tnw U n lv e r e ty. but je fu e e s lo a llo -r th ose a lrea d y to atten da n ce, to w h o m lm e s a much m ore sero u s c on sd era to n tban to school pupls, to a v a l th e m s elv es o f th e r n rlv le g e. T h le a c to n s th e m o re n com preh en sble to v e w o f th e m arked m p ro v em e n t to th e c om - j m u n tys h ealth o f 1st*. A n d s u rely th e re s no m o re d an ger n a le ctu re -ro o m tb aa th e re s n a church o r s t a fo o t b a ll m atch, o r even n a M a n ly fe rr y b oat. T b e m p orta n ce o f tbe m a tte r w a rrs n te th e CahloeT n adherwffe to ts decson to reopen th e U D fverslty o # M ay 12 a t tb e la t e s L 1 am. etc.., M a y 2. U N D R b G R A D.

14 SCENCE N WAE. PROFESSOR DAVDS vstory. HOAV PE.CE CAN BEXEFT. t H n o t g e n e r a llr know n th a t th e A lle s! w ere s t one tm e o e s r v lo s n g Q vod cb y ba k e f to B eth u n e snd th e T s u s b le coa lfeld s whch Jay to th e sou th and th e w e s t o f t a ll th rou gh a m s ta k e n m easu rem en t, O ltenchy., ss h ss been s ta ted, cou ld b e h eld e ffe c tv e ly } on ly by m ean s o f e x te n s v e underground tu o -! n e l, subw ays, and dugouts. L e u te n a n t-c o l- onej (P r o fe s s o r ) D avd. C.M.G., D.S.O.. C h e f G eologst to tbe B rtsh A rm es oa the W e s t ern fro n t. n ap esk ld g o f th e n cd en t n hs n te rv ew w th a H e r a ld " re p o rte r, p on ts to th e a p p lca to n, n th s case, o f th e s a y n g th a t s ee n ce s m easn rem en t, To m a k n g a sum p f o r on e o f M a jo r R. V. M orse s e le c tr le pum ps a t on e o f th e m n e sh a fts o f O lv en e h y," sad C o lo n el D avd, a tu n n elln g o fflcer m s to o k hs n stru cton s, and c arre d th e sum p n e a rly 4 ft d e e p e r th an he should h ave done. H e th os tou ch ed th e su r face o f th e a rte sa n w a te r-b e a rn g chalk, and th e w a te r com m en ced to b u rs t up >n con sd e ra b le volu m e. T h e stu a to n w a s saved by C a ptan F d eo, o f 261 R. E. T u n n e lln g C om pany, a w e ll-k n o w n c o lle r y e n g n e e r fro m S o oth W a le * coa lfe ld s. -W th th e h elp «s planks, p rops, and con c re te, h e h ed dow n th e th n la y e r o f e la y w h c h w a s th re a te n ln n g to w B j a t an y m om ent, and eo a d m t huge qu a n ttes o f a rte sa n w a te r n to th e w o rk ngs. B n t th e c on c re te w as, o f cou rse, s oft, and w o u ld ta k e ab o u t a w eek to s e t M ea n w h le tb e w a te r w a g b o ln g up s tro n g ly th rou gh t. C a p ta n F td e o a t o n ce secured a v e r y la r g e tap. and ftte d t o n to a pleoo e f ron p pe, a b o n t 5 ft lo n g ; th en, w o rk n g a la rg e h o le w th a c ro w b a r n th e c on c re te a t (b e p o n t w h e re th e c h e f n flow o f w a te r waa ta k n g p lace, h e sunk th e p p e r g h t dow n to th e s u rfa c e o f th e c h a lk, le a v n g th e ta p fu ll on, thus r e le v n g th e prrasure on th e clay.. T h o w a te r n ow p ou red ch e fly o u t o f th e ppe. M ore c on c re te w n s p le d a ll round th e ppe, and k e p t n p o s to n b y s u ta b le tm b e rn g. T h e w a te r esc a p n g fro m th e p p e p eed - w h lle w a s pum ped to th e s u rfa c e, f o r the pum ps w e re ju a t a b le to cop e w th t- th e end o f a w e e k th e c on c re te h ad a e t frm ly around th e p pe, tb e ta p w a * tn rn ed ff, and ttae m n e w a a n o w p r a c tc a lly d ry. T b s ppe and u p a fte rw a rd s s erv e d th e pu rp ose a v e r y u s e fn l stan d p p e f o r su p p le s o f b ea u tfu l. c o o l, fre s h w a te r f o r th a tro o p s nnder. grou nd." LOCATNG * BOOBY TR A PS.»» A sm p le d e v c e used b y N o. 8 A u stra la n T o n n e lu n g (Company f o r lo c a tn g num erous "b o o b y trap s * an d c on cea led m n es l e f t by th e enem y n h * re tre a t, w aa e vo lt ed by tb e r ecnmmandlng offcer. M a jo r A. Sanderson, D B.O., M.C. TTese tra p e, re m a rk e d C o lo n e l D avd, whch o fte n occason ed som e lo ss o f lfe to o n r troo p e, w e re m o s tly n th e n a tu re o f la rge s te e l s h ells, sucb as th ose used n th e mlnen- w e rte r ty p e o f tren ch m o rta r. T h eae w e re m o s tly p la c ed b eh n d th e tm b e r lu tb e dng- ont*. D u rn g tb e ra p d advan ce o f ou r arm es n S ep tem b er, O cto b er, and N o v e m b e r, a ll th e ta a n e lltn g com pa n es w e re n g r e a t re q u sto n tn d s c o v e r and re m o v e th o se m ln ea, so a * to m ake tb e d n gou t* a v a la b le f o r o u r n fa n try. t w as often e x tre m e ly dffcnlt, b y m ere n sp ecton, to a s certan beh n d w h a t p a r t e f tbe tm b e r th ese sher s had b een h dd en. M a jo r Sanderson e x p e rm e n ted w th an o rd n a ry mag- n eto com pass flxed on a s h o rt w o o d en lath, s od h e n v a r a b ly fou n d th a t, w h en a m ln en- w o rfc r s h e ll h ad been con cea led behnd th e w o o d w ork, t w a a p o s s b le to lo c a te t q u ck ly b y m eans o f th e com pass. Ttae lath, wtta tbe com pass fhred on t, w o u ld b e p la c ed lk e a s tra g h t-e d g e a g a n s t th e tm b e rs o f tb e dug- outs and m o ved a lo n g f a r ly ra p d ly, ttae o p e r a to r w a tc h n g th e com pa ss c o o t m a lly to see w h eth er, a t an y sp o t, a m a rk ed d eflec to n to o k place. A s soon as a s p o t w a s rwached w h e re a m tn e n w e rfer s h e ll had b ee n con cea led, tbe com pass w ou ld d e fle c t to th e e x te n t o t SOdeg. o r m o re n ts d rec to n, so th a t th e presence o t th e s h e ll w a s a t on ce d etec te d. B y th s sm p le devleo. m any th ousands o f th ese h u ge sh ells w e re d sc o ve re d n tm e t o p re v e n t a n y loss c f l f e b en g caused b y them. E th e r tb e d ugouts con ta n n g sucb shells w o u ld be en tr e ly eosed, or. m o re o ften, th e n ose caps o f! th eso d e la y acto n s b e lls w ou ld b e rem o ved by j tu n n rllers. T h e s e m en c e rta n ly ra n gre n t rsk n th s w o rk, as th e chem c a l solu ton. n m any cases, bad a lm o s t c o m p le te ly e aten ts w.y through the d elcate s te e l pano w r n g w h ch w a s h o ld n g up tb e s tr k e r a b o ve tbe (leton ator. H a d tb e w r e p a rted w h le th <ap w a s b en g unscrew ed, th e w h ola Staoll w o u ld h ave been exp loded. T h a raon- bors o f th e A u stra la n M n n g C o rp s w e re a ll s p e c a lly th ank ed b y S r D ou gla s H a g fo r th e r v a lu a b le s e rv c e s n re m o v n g theso d ela y a c to n s h e lls." A, REMARKABLK SMOKE S(ntEENS. "W h le th e re a re m a o y v e r y m p o rta n t suen- tlflr d sc o ve re s a p p ly n g to land w a rfa re. sn-h ss tb e loca ton o f tb e e x a c t p o s to n o f far- d sta n t guns b y m eans o f th e m easurem cd t o f th e r sound s v e t. tr a n s m ttn g s g n a ls n th e dark a m on g th e n avy hy m eans o f s g n a lln g w th u ltra v o le t lg h t w h ch, alth ou gh n v s b le to tb e buman eye, w ll] a ffe c t a p h o to gra ph c flm a t g re a t d stan ces, and th e re fo ro d m t o f M orse sgn a ls, etc., b e n g tranam lttcrt -w h le tb e re a r e m any sucta d s c o ve re s, o th er, clen tlsts th an m y s e lf can speak o f them w th. suthorlty. A t th e sam e tm e, on e m gh t r e fe r to a fe w v e r y o u tstan d n g n v en to n s, p ar- lle u la rly n regard to n aval w o rk. T h e d a- [tp gu lsh ed p h y s c s t S r R ch a rd T h r e lfa ll, F.R.S., fo r m e r ly P r o fe s s o r o f P h y s c s a t the Sydney U n v e r s ty, s ch e fly re sp o vs lb le fo r p e rfe c tn g tb e phosph orous bom b ty p e o f sm oke screen. T b e s e bom bs, n r p ots, cop -.ta ln n g th e phosph orous com pound w o re ;CTopped o ve rb o a rd fro m sm a ll, s w ft ves se ls fn o rd er to m ake th e b g sm o k e s c re e o w h ch p ro ved so n v a lu a b le a t th e su ccesstn l a t tack on Z e eb n ggo. T b e y w e re a ls o used a good d ea l b y m erch a n t s h p p n g n o rd e r to co n tro l tbe herrabontb o t such v e s s e ls fro m Germ an subm arn es. S r R ch a rd T h r e lfa ll aflo n ve s te d th e phosph orous com pound e m ployed n th e tr a c e r b u lle ts f o r a n t -a r c r a ft rsebtoo guns, etc., e t w e ll as (o r m achne gvds on aejyjo lan c*. A XARE GAS. T o S r R ch ard T h r e lfa ll," C olon el Davd w e n t on to say. belon gs tb e c red t o f h a v lo g been th e frst solen tb t to Boggest tb e tm por- U n t d ep artu re o f usng th e ra re gas helum n ob serva to n b allo o n s and arsh p s. A tbe tm e o f tho ou tbreak o f w a r tb e gas helum w as ra th e r a s ce n tfc cu ro s ty, a fe w cubc nches o n ly b en g exh b ted a t cbem cal la b o rato res. S r R ch ard T h r e lfa ll determ ned ttae exs te n ce o f th s gas to tb e e xten t o f as much as 2 p er cen t, n th e ga ses o f tb e gas w elts o f th e T e x a s o lfe ld s n th e U nted S tates. H e su ggested to th e B rtsh A d m ra lty tb at. a s th s ga s has no less th an 80 p e r cent, th e lf t n g p o w e r o f h ydrogen, and, unlke h yd rogen, w ll o o t b u m n or su p port com busto n. t would b e fa r m ore su table than h yd rogen (o r use n b alloons and arshps. F o r exam ple. n cen d ary b u llets o r bombs s trk n g any v e s c l f l l w th belu m wonld b ave DO e ffe c t w h a te ve r n causn g an y c o n flagra to n. T h s, o f course, w ou ld h ave been an e xtre m e ad van ce, and ye t w ll be. n th e econ om cs o f arsh p s. A t tha tm e hs sugg e sto n seem ed chm ercal, even to m any o f b s sce n tlflc colle a g u e s; but la te r P ro fe ss o r J. C. M clrn n u o, P ro fe ss o r o f P byacs a t tb e T o r o n to U n v eray. undertook to p ro vd e helu m fo r th e A d m ra lty. H e tested a largo num ber o f Canadan as w e ll as A m ercan gas w ells, arran ged f o r th e sep ara ton o f the h elu m gas. and at about tb o tm e o f th e a rm stce be had. ap p ro xm ately. 15,000 cubc fe e t o f helu m, e th e r n E nglan d o r on ts w a y to E ngland. T h e re can b e ltt le qu eston th at th ere w ll b e a b g fu tu re fo r h elu m gas f o r, th e purpose o f f lllls g arsh p s and sep peln s on accou n t o f ts d on g a w a y s b s o lu te ly w th, a a y rs k o f fre. A D S T N G U S H E D T R U A n T R A T E. T h e name o f P ro fe s s o r M clonnan s assocated w th the nanoa o f tb e w ell-k n o w n N e w Z ealand p h yscst. S r E rn es t R u th erford, and tb e fo r m e r P ro fe s s o r o f P h y sc * a t th e U n- v e r s lty o f Ad elad e, P ro fe ss o r W. H. B ragg, F.R.S., am ong th e forem o s t o f physcal r e sea rch ers n th e p erfe ctn g o f e x tra o rd n a rly c le v e r scen tlflc d ev ce s fo r th e d etecton under w a te r and tb e p ursut o f submarneb. t s no e x a ggera to n to aay th at, w h le th e B rtsh E m p re ow es an enorm ous d eb t o f gratltud to th e Brltlfth N s v v (o r ts splendd a n tsubm arne w ork o thla war. th a t w ork would have been so v e r y fa r fro m b en g e ffectve aa. perhaps, to have (ale d lt o g r t h e r had tt n o t been fo r th e splendd w o rk o f tha sceb- tfta tru m v ra te end th e r cou aaguea m t lflornmg trawj T re S D A Y, M A Y «. 101B. 4 T he m em bers o f the profebslonal tu c h n g j s ta ff o f the S ydney U n v e rsty reccn U y e n te r tan ed a t F a rm e r s, and w elcom ed uoon tb e r retu rn fro m th o w a r, L e u t.-c o l. (P ro fe s s o rl D avd, C.M.G.. D.S.O., wlst w as C h S lo g e t to th e B rts l arm es on the V e a te m F ro n t; and M a jo r J. A. P ollo c k, F.R.f.. P rot fes so r o f Physcs at tho Sydney U n v ersty CLOSNG T S E UMVERSTY. T O T H B E D T O R O P T H E H E R A L D. 1 Sr, n o tc e n yo u r ssu e o f to - d «3 datkl vha> U h d e r g ra d " n a le tte r on th e C los-w o f th e U n lv e r e lt y " m akee ttae staxunqk that * th e re s no m o re d an ger n th e le cu ro -ro o m th an fn th e cbnrch, e t c. ; " e v d e n tly yo u r c rr- resp oad en t, b en g an A r t s " stn daat, s n o t rognlbsm t o f th e a p p a lln g o verc ro w d n g n th e PacultOB o f B clence and M edcn e. C v e y - o n e k now s th a t t s m p o ssble fo r a b e g n n e r to p ro p e rly le a rn a B eeatfe s u b ject w th o u t d on g a w e ll-th o a g b t cou rse o f p t& o tlo a l w o rk ru n n n g p a ra lle l w th th e th eoretc a l, y e t.here a r e m any studeute a t th e U n v e r s ty w h o a r e u n a be to do tb s rra c tc a l w o rk, p a rtc u la rly n ch em stry, ss th e re s s o t eufflcten t accom m oda ton f o r a ll o f lem. has been evd en t fo r som e tm e th a t addto n a l b u ld n g a r * n ecessary f o r th e sclen ee fa c u lty, y e t p ra c tc a lly n o th lo g bas been done n tb s d recu oq, and th e p re s e a t crow d ed con d to n s a re tb e reen lt. U n d e.-grad" a p p ea rs t o ba e x tre m e ly an zon s as to h ow th s w a s te tm e, occason ed by th e c lo s n g o f t e TTnlverslty. b to b e m ade up; snd tb ln k th a t a ll studenta w ll sym p ath se w th bm. T b e U n v e r s ty a n tb o rltlm h ave k ep t ns com p le t e ly o n t o f th s lr son fldeoce o n th s m au er, and. n fa c t, h a re done n o th n g to h elp T b e y b a v e n o t e ve n sen t o u t rr:a 1 a rs to go ld s th e re a d n g o f students, b n t h ave le ft v s to th e ten d er m e rc es o f n exp sreu ce, s od fn a lly t o tb e fa t a l ro c k s o f tb e futu re e x a - xnlnatlons. T h e o n ly a lte r n a tv e le ft to (b e an th o rltle s s t o c u t o u t a ll n o n -e s ee n ta ls, n th e p res e n t y e a r s w o rk, and m m a lte ly to ssn e a syllab u s and syn opss o f th e w o rk r e - qu lre d. sn ce t s to o rs k y an exp erm en t t o reopen tb e U n v e r s ty under th e p ree e n t con d to n s. am. etc.. M a y 5. S C R U T A T O R. SCENCE N W AR., PROFESSOR.DAft DS STORY. SH PS TH AT TEEAR., T h a t w a r, w th a ll ts h o rro rs and tragedes, m ay h ave ts p ro ft sde, b y th e a p p lca to n to peace o f aome o f tbs w o n d erfu l p rn cp les o f scen ce w h lcb have so la r g e ly asssted to o v e rth r o w the enem y, b»s been re vealed s tr k n g ly n th e n te rv e w w h ch L le u t-c o lo n e l (P r o fe s a o r ) D avd, C.M.Q., D.S.O.. cou rteously afforded n " H e r a ld " repo*ter. H e read ly g a ve up the -whole o f a buoy day re ce n tly to ch a ttn g w th th e re p o rter o ve r the part thnt scen ce b a * p layod n th e w ar. GCR.MANY S M.ULED FST. On h s ta b le w a s a p hotograph o f a p oster n b lack and w h le. S preadn g rgh t p.ctobs t wn.ft a b g clenched fst m en acn g and u g ly enough n appearan ce as to su ggest tho phatdbes o f Dtgbtnare. U n d er t w as an nbcrlpuon n Q erm ao. t w a s the Germ an m aled fst a U ttle s to ry n ts e lf o f G erm an y s a r d elru m. t w a s G e rm ap ys w ay o f c a lln g upon h e r p aople lo p ay n to a w a r loan. C lolota l D avd ob tan ed th e o rg n a l photograph o f tb a t n te re s tn g p os te r n a tow n under Germ an occupaton. H ere, n b la c k and w h te, was evd en c e o f G erm an ys n gra n ed s p r t o f m lllta rle m. W a r m aps a re n o t alw a ys e a s ly u n d erstood b y tb e u n n ta ted ; but Cot. D avd unfolded one w h ch showed b ow th a t snme m a led fst -was crushed b eneath th e o v e r w h elm n g fnal on slaugh t o f hu AlHud arm e? S o m eth n g e lse on the table a rres te d th e eye. B ra llln g w t je gged edges, t oould be en- c lo : : d n th e p alm o f th e bnsn P erh aps t was a trlsn d ty lt t le g e o lo g c a j specm en or a p a p cr-w rlg h t. F a r fro m t. t w a s ju s t a ra g m o n t. but snb lclen tly d an gerou s to cause un told h o rro rs t6 th e man w h oso b od t m gh t have p en etrated, o f th s ctu ff th a t the e n esy eon t soron;-. A SAJETY OK AEROPLANE.2. C o lo n el D avd w a s speak n g o f th e w a y n j whch scence bad com e to tb e ad o f a r c ra ft ln w a r, and o f tb e a p p lca to n o f an m p o rt-,s n t d sc o ve ry to a r c ra ft o peace. P ro fesw r P ollock, whose splen dd w ork n o tb e r d rec to n * CRtlonel D avd has a lrea d y re fe rre d to, w a * c a lle d upon b y tbe R oy al A r F o rc es n o rd e r to assst n n v es tga tn g tbe d ffcu lt p ro b le o f accnrate n avgaton by aeroplan es w b en envelop ed n th ck fo g err cloud. C o lo n el D avd h ere rem arked; " n these c rm m sta n ces, w h en th e aero p lan e s tr a v e lln g ra p d ly tb e m agn etc needle s to o un stable to g v e accnrate results. P ro fe s s o r P o llo c k and som e o f b s colleagues conducted m a n y exp erm ents, n a v g a tn g n or stfou t tb e clou d* a t alttu des o f 10,000ft to ft. Some o f tb e b es t resu lts w e re obta n ed by means o f b ello w m eta l cones, d rt c ted s tra g h t forw a rd p a ra llel to th e axs o f U>e aerop lan e. O bvously, when th e aeroplane w as n rapd m ovem en t a r w as con stantly slream fng n to th ese cones, snd, as lon g as tba aerop lan o was fo llo w n g a stra gh t path, tb o pressure o f th e a r n tb e lg h t-b s n d cone *was e x a c tly equal to tb a t n tb e l e f t But, f th e aero p lan e d evated n th e s lgh te st d e g re e fro m th e s tra g h t path (as, fo r exam ple, b y n eln ln g s lg h tly t o - t h e le ft ), th e tw o con es w o o ld no lo n g e r be m o v n g a lo n g p a ra l le l s tra g h t ln es, b u t alon g curved lnes, and th e rgh t-h a n d one, b en g on th e outer s d e o f tbs cu rve, would c o lle c t a ltt le m o re a r, and s o up n ltt le r-o re p ressu re n th e re a r o f the rg h t cone tban n tb o le ft ceno. B y a sm ple m e ch a n ca l con trva n ce, th s d fferen ce o f pressure w a s made to com m uncate ts e lf to an n d c a to r needle. w b < would sw n g o v e r a lt t le to th e le ft and so a t once ap p rse the p lo t th a t he w as d ev a tn g n th a t d recto n fo m V e t r a lg h t cou rse." H O W CEREALS WERE USED. C o lo n el D avd exp lan ed a lso th e scen tfc use th at w ae m ade a t G ven chy o f sm all bags o f cere a ls n p rev e n tn g th e floodng o f tunnels. T h e p on t o f th s le * n tho fa c t tb a t Qlvenctay, tbe k ey to Bethune and th e valu able c o a lfe ld s south and fres t o f t, could be beld e ffe c tv e ly o n ly b y m eans o f exten o lve undergrou nd tu n nels, subways, and dugouts to s h e lte r our m en an d g v e th m access under c o v e r to tw o s tro n g pon ts M oa t F a rm and C lv sn c h y K ee p. T b e re wae erd en ee th at the tn e m y had been tu n n elln g a t a d eeper le ve l than ou r w ork n gs. T h e ge o lo g s ts d rlls, h o w ever, q u ck ly establlbhed nccurutely th e! d epth to w b ch t would be p ossble to, ta k e our underground w orkn gs. n th e ca;e o f each te s t b ore, th e bore waa m ade rom tho b otto m o f a m ln q shaft. B u t as eoon as. tb e b oro touebed a rtesa n w a te r n tbe cbalk u L c h w a s under th a clay, tbe w a te r je tte d up p o w erfu lly to a h eg h t o f 6ft o r 7 ft above tho b otto m o f tho shaft, and would, o f cour»e, h a v e ra p d ly flled t. to quote C olon el D avd, W e had sm all c a lc o bafps flled, som e w th o a t*, som e w th w h eat, som e w ltb rce, m e b ore-h o le, purposely s m a ll t w a s about an n ch n d am etor could not be p lugged w lt h P o rtla n d eom?nt, as th e w a ter, under cons d e ra b le p ressure, woud a t once have washed a n y cem en t out f t bad been ram m ed nto 1 th e b ore. A c c o rd n gly, usn g th e b orn g rods as ram rods, w e ham m ered one a fe r an oth er th ese sfasll bags o f o ats and o th e r cereals rg h t down to tb e bottom o f th e bohehole. W e then le ft s te e! rods on to p o f them to hold tb em low n, and a fte r th e exphratoa o f ab ou t tw o hours th e gra a had ao sw elled th a t t g rp p ed th e s aes o f th e b oreh ole to sucb an e x te n t as to m ake m possble an y fu rth e r up w ard leak age o f w a te r. A s soon oe th e flow o t w a te r had been checked by th s m eans, { th e b o rn g rods h a v ltfg been w th draw n, we then ram m ed dow n som e sm all bags o f P o r t lan d cem en t, topped up w th a p lu g o f B a ltc deal. N on e o f th ese boreholes g a ve any trou b le a fte rw a rd s from leakage. The w h ole. m n n g system, as a resu lt o f th s b orng, w as a t on ce ra rre d to a lo w e r.le v e l.-th e aamps o f our m n e shatts b en g ta k e * to w th n 4ft o f th e S urface o f the artesan w a te r and s lg h tly stren gth ened w th con crete, w h le the floo rs o f tha tu nnels w e re k ep t 8ft above the, to p o f th e artesa n w a te r-b ea rn g ehalk. A t th s le v e l u w as Toposslble fo r th e Germ ans to m n e under»ta th us. and w e n ever had an y fu rth e r seroua trou ble from th e r m n n g o p e ra to n s." SHPS EARP. C o lo n e l D avd assoeated w th the name o f P r o fe s s o r J. C. M Lennan, p ro fe ss o r o f physcs a t th e T o ron to U n v ersty, the namea o f the w e l-k n o w a N e w Zealand phym clst, S r E rn est R u th erford, and th form er P ro fe ss o r o f P h y scs a t th e U n lv e rsjty o f AdaU Jd?. P ro fe s -, s o r W.. B r, F PLS... as b en g am ong the fo rem o s t o f p hyslcv seatchorb n the p er- fe c tln g o f e x tra o rd n a rly c le v e r sce n tlflc d ev ce s f o r the d etecto n under w a te r and the pursut o f ubmarlnea. Colon el D avd sad th a t the splen dd an t-su bm arn e w o rk o f the B tla h N a v y and o f th e m e rc a n tle m arn e w ou d have been sq t e r y fa r frbm ben g e ffec t v e as. perhaps, to bave faled alto geth er had t n o t been fo r t - splen dd w o rk o f ths R cenuflc trlu m vlrate and th e r colleagues t w a s th e y." sad Colon el D avd, "w h o b ro u gh t the shp s eans, th e hydrophones to such an e x lra o rd ln a rv d egree o f p e rfe c to n th a t th e y could d etect th e sounds o f subm arnes a t dstances o f 20 to 30 m les. D u ro# th e w fe w m onths o f th e w a r, an o th er m eth od n som e respects a u n erlo f to th e hydrophone was d scovered and t s lk e ly to h a v e a v e r y m p ortant ap- p lca to n to shppng n tlm os o f peace. W th out g v n g d eta ls o f ths new m ethod. t may be sad th a t t s an echo m ethod. Just as when, n an echo, on e shouts n th e d rectsn o f a c lff and th e c lff sends back the sotod a t once, so n th s new m ethod sn m pulse ts sen t out th rou gh the w a te r n an y d lrec- tlo n n w h ch t h * n strum en t s set. f any s o ld o b je c t lk e a sunken rock- a sobm arr.e. o r o th e r shp, o r an ceborg, etc.. ts present, the m pulse b rn gs hack an echo a lm os t n - ; stan tan eou sly, w h ch g ves you, n ot on ly the Bctlon, bu l the ap p roxm ate dstan ce o f the o bject. T h s d evce, although sm ple, odea som e o f th e g re a tes t refn em ents o f ern e d o o co. and ahoald obvou sly p ro ve o f A econom c use shp p ng n regon s nf _ end 3e-»*-f>rr n-; w ] norans, on o r- o n s whnn shp s are approachn g land at ;ht o r n m s t." U)e punrp ;flrormng frrao. c ls lo D \ h t (ledphone N PEACE. C o lo n el D avd llu s tra te s a lso the possble ap p lca to n to m n n g accden ts o f th e g e o phone. o r ea rth ls te n e r." to w hch th ere hns a lr e a d y been n te re stn g re fe re n ce n the cou rse o f the n te rv e w w th hm. H a ctes, fo r e-xampc. a case n whch a p a rty ol m n ers m gh t be entom bed through an a c cden t. t s know n th a t th ey a re e tlll a lv e becau se o f th c lr ta p p n g; but t U dlfflcult, w th th e buman e a r alon e, to lo ca te th e r e x a c t w h ereabou ts. n auch an em ergen cy, tbe geoph on e w ou ld b e v e r y valu a ble. n lo ca tn g th e r exa ct poston, and thus e xp ed tn g rescu e w ork. t. s possble, th e re fo re," concludes C o lo n el D avd, th a t out o f the atorra and stress and h o rro rs o f w a r sc.lentlflo dls- covertea w ll h ave been e vo lv ed w hch w ll; p ro v e boons and b lessn g* to hum anty. t s, perhaps, n o t to o much to ssy th a ta e r a l n a v gato n, as a re su lt o f th e w ar, has been epeedfm up b y eoraethng ap p roacbln g 20 ye a rs. But th s speedn g-up has been s rg e - v at th e cost o f v e r y m a ty p rceless young lv e s Hod t s f o r ue who strvltc so to- use tb eso d sc o ve re s, and so to.ve th et th ese Uvea m a y n o t b a v : been gv en n v a n." WKD.NEMDAY, M.4Y 7, WW. WOftlENS COLLEGE..OUSA MACDONALD MEMORAL. T b, enl.attn r whch ). how b «tlh m.d e to obtan funds to e re c t a new w n g to tbe W om en s C o lle ge, n com m em oraton o f M ss M acdonald s w ork as p rn cp a l, ts based on s o ld and p ra c tc a l grounds, t s n ow 28 rears snce M ss M&cdonaJd w as apponted prn cp al o f th e c o lle g e. She w as ts frst prn cp al, and she had p ra c tc a lly to o re a U :he c olle ge, fo r t v a s, tm tll la tely, tbe )Dly one o t ta k n d lo A u stra la, and t s lo t a c o p y o f an y o tb e r nsttu ton. M ss M acdonald s r e a lly th e m o th e r o f th e c ollege, and t s an e n tre ly A u stra la n chld. But t s n ot by an y w d e ly realsed how much th e p roposed e x en ao o s needed by tfle c o lle g e ts e lf. B u lt o r g n a lly for 26 students. t can now. b y means o f tw o te m p o rary exten sons aod tb e use o f bpds on tbe verandahs and rupbards n th e h all, a c c om m odate 46. But th a t s n o t noarly enougb. Snce tb e w a r. tbe num ber o f students bas n ea rly doubled, and a l th e fresh ones havo uow to be tu rn ed a w a y These facts a re perh aps as good evd en ce as could be g o t o f tb e v alu e o f tbe c o lle g e, and o f tb e " o rk t has done, and a lso o f tb e work whch th e re a t ll rem an s fo r t lo do. T h ere le e v e ry reason to assum e tb a t tha demand (o r accom m odaton a t tb e c o lle g e w ll n crease. A ll tb e sgn s o t th e tm es a r e n fa v o u r o f m ore, not less, e d ra to n fo r women, and the g r o " 08 num bers w b o w ll b ave now to earn tb e tr own lv n g w ll need tb e help such an n sttu to n alon e can g v e. T h e a p p ea l s b etng m ade n ot o n ly to fren d s o f tb e c o lle g e and o f M ss M acdonald, but lo a ll those who b e le v e - n th e edu caton o f wum eo and who re a ls e the m p ortance o f tbu p a rt whch w om en can p lay n th e com m unty. THE rxvebsltt. EXAMNATON KKSLXTS. FACULTV OF ARTS. Cooper Scholarp No. ll., for Profcency n CUkU-& (1st y r.fjt O. P. Shpp. nlverttv Mrdsl for Englljsb Verse (subject: Jenwslenr ) : Clsre Poole, B.A Wentwonh lcdsl for Ursdrftcs (subject: Toelr.r as the ExHwUon of Contemporary L fe " ): F. J. Bheed. R.A.. tventwortl Medal for ndergradustcs: Dora V.. Ooutts. Economcs and Commetve. Mr. U. T. BradJon Prze for BuaneH Prtnctplef: R. H. Cleary and C. M. Lndergrw. aeq. Profesaor nne a Prze for E-onomcs L : Dora T. Coutts. B.A. Wlfrd E. JohHoo Prze for Economcs L Eray: Dora V. Coutts, B.A. Prnfewrt rvne S Prze for EcoDomcs H.; Dors U. Rvett, B.A. W. B,.lohnao Prze for Eeonomlos Esbbv: Dora H. Rvett, n.a. (Ttuuber of Ckmtnerce Prze for Economke (D- plnma Courae); t. F. Lee and C. B.. BurreO, **lwnom lc* n.. Honours t t Graduaton, Class 11.; K. J. Ryan, M.A.. T. P. Mackenze. PAOttT- n OP MEHlCyE. U.D. Exannnton. Compsratve Anatomy. Modal: J. L. Kestevan. Thws: The Ptcrvgoda n.amphba and Reptles, nd tle Pamsphonold." M B. E.Tsnuaton, Dagmar Berne Prze for Cencal rfcen rv at) he Fmt Degree Kvamntnn Among FVmalc Gand- lates: Matjorv J. Rork. F.W qx TY OFaCTKVCF. D«u ThomB Scholarshp for, Mnenlogr; M. Yates. PKPARTMENT OF ENGNEERNG. 0. F. Hal! Prze for Enfflsh a"d Gwcraphy; A. V. S t o e h r d g e. PROF. DAY D. SEnVCES APPHEC.ATED. S O L D K K, F n E N D, A N D S C E N T S T. " T he fo llo w n g le tte r, re ce v ed by th e warden, fro m B rg a d er-g e n eral Bddulpb.. n s p e cto r o f Mnes, General Haadquartera, Brtsh.Armes d France, w a * read a t th e la s t m e etn g o f th s U n v ersty. "G e n era l H ead qu a rters. B rtlu b A n n e s n France. Feb. 16. "O n tbo occason o f th e d ep artu re uf L e u t.- C o lo n el T. W. E. D avd, C.M.G., D.8.O., F.U.S.. to raaume hls d u tes a t th e U n v ersty o f Sydney, 1 w sh to exp re ss ou r thanks an d n - debtedness to th e S enate fo r the lo a n o f bs a e rv lce s fog such a p ro lon ged p erod, and U trust that the Senate w ll feel oompenaated by th e k now led ge o f th e o u tstan dn g valu e o fl th ose sew lces to th e B rtsh erm e e on the W es te rn frone. C o jo n el D a r ld s a d vlco and assstan ce n a ll m a tte rs o f m n n g, d ug-out. w ork. w A ter supply, etc.. based on hs g r e a t s cen tfc k now led ge, h ave been n tbem selves o f n estlm ab l: valu e, w hch has been 1n- creased, f possble, b y h s u n trn g e n e rgy an d d evoton to duty, e n ta m s g constant tr a v e lln g o v e r lo n g dstanoos. and to e v e ry p a rt o f the- fro n t, under a ll condtona. n clu d ng the- w o rst. n p r t ln g w th hm one bos parted w th an a d vser, *, fe llo w -s o ld le r. and a : fren d. "(S g n e d ) H. B D D U L P H, B rg.-q en era l, Tns> to r o f M n e s." tb t phup ao-nmg fetran. TH U R SD A Y, M A Y fj a f ProfesB Or C. E. P a w s ltt, D.Sc.. Ph D the n ew ly -e lec te d p resd en t o f the R o v a 5J cety o f N e w South W a le s. n fo m a to D ms e n re ce v ed th a t r o o n s H X. H. M oseley. D.S.O., com m andng N o 2 A n «t trala n A u x la ry H o sp ta l a t Southall was n vested w th th e m edal o f th e o rd -r by h l l M ajesty tb e K n g, a t B flcklngham Palace n ""

15 ( T jo s n o r j r * U N n K r u T T Y! TO T H E K n T O R O F T H E H E R A L D. P lr. M ay use a ltt le o f yo u r valu able apaoe lo d raw fu rth e r a ttra to n to th e le tte r ajtjt.rng o v e r h e B lgtatore S o ru tator a t! m orn ln as ssue. W h a t he says con -.rn n g th e scen ce aad la e d ca l couraea apples a lso to th c a rts rourse, at an y ra te so fa r as e v e n lu * lectu res are concerned. A la rg e p o rto n o f tb e acad em c y e a r haa been cut out. aud th ere la -reason to fe a r th at the V n.v e rs lty w ll seek to m ake th s up hy con tnu n g lectu res th rou gh ou t the ord n a ry vacatons. 1 sbould lk e to subm t th at th s Would be g ro s s ly u n fa r to tb e e ve n n g stu- d erfl, who. n a rts and econom cs, are num erous. M ost o f th ese a re teach ers, and b ave a lr e a d r been n volved n a g re a t deal o f e xtra w o rk w th tu ton by correspondence. T o c&rry th ese p eop le on th rou gb th e y e a r w th ou t a llo w n g them th e cu sto m ary break betw een te rm s w ou ld be s u b jec tn g them to a to o g r e a t p h yscal and m en tal stran. p o th er p on t th a t one m ay m en ton h ere s * b a t t s m possble to obtan a ll tb e text-b ook s set. One s con sta n tly m et w th th " answ ers, "O u t o f p s n t," o r "U n o b ta n a b le." s t n ot possble, th e re fo re, fo r the U n v ersty, under th ese con d ton s, to s sue a re vs e d ls t o f text-b o ok a. dvd n g th< ve a lrea d y Hven. n to, say. n ecessary and au pp lem en tary: and g lr n g us som e ndlca- to s o f lh e ground th c exa m n er w ll cover? T h :- s e s p e c a lly d esrab le n the ana and economl<- cou rees. esp ecah y fo r e ve n n g «tn - d en s, to m ost o f whom fa lu re to pasa th er e xa m n aton * n m v glvett y e a r s lt t le short o f dsastrous. T he outlook fo r these # nuomy enoueh now. T he am o f h c U n - ve?ty should he tn encourage, not to d s courage. Thankng you n an tcp aton. 1 am etc., Kay «. A- tb e annual m e etn g o t the R o y a l SorletJ* Of cw South W a le s laa t n gh t the re trn g pr dcnt (.Mr. W. S. Dun) w elcom ed Leu t.- r o k -n e l (P ro fe s B o r) D avd and F ro fa s sor P o l- loc, upon th e r retu rn fro m the W ea tern fr o n t where, he sad, th e y had v e r y d evotedly, and w th d atn cto n, gv en th e r serv c es and th e r brans to th e E m p re and ou r Allleft. (A p d a u s e.) T h e com m unty g e n era lly, he fe lt sure, would jo n w th th e s o c e ty n th s ex- presxon o f w elcom e and o f con gratu laton upon th e r splendd s erv c e*. lapplaubc.) P ro fe ss o r D avd, speakn g fo r h m s elf and P ro fe ss o r P o llo c k, expressed w a rm ap p rec a ton o f th e s o c e ty s w elcom e. "W e had the p lea su re w h le a t th e f r o n c " added P ro fe ss o r D avd, o f re c e v n g som e v e r y n ce le tte rs, snd you can n ot m agne how v e ry d ee p ly and w a rm ly th ose words o f en coon g era en t w ere a p p recated b y us. T h e y w e n t s tra g h t to hea ts." TOTAL SOCETY, El v SCENCE N WAE a n d n p e a c e. 1, up,o e»c h oue o., -. tr d C ol D avd, to see m av TJ JtrLal t. u-pr; P.. C ta th e hlu- r rrtu J u S e o t r. u t a u o n r. - 5 v e n U flr bureau r e a lly T h e r e was th e ten den cy T b ey bad s. o a U alxaad y n th e o ld c ou n try. T he gen era l m on th ly auu annual m e etn g o f J m em bers o f the R o y a l tto cle y o f N e w South 1 a W s le s was held last n gh t n the S o c e ty s, House, Ellxabeh -street, the retrng presl- cu. n t>(m r. W. S. Dun) presldtng, ttae m askfug regu la to n b en g s trc tly observed. T h e r e tr n g p resd en t, o tb e cou rse o f a cohprchcusvo p resd en ta l address, re fe rre d te the relaton sh p o f tb e s o c e ty to th e s tm u laton o f p o e t-w a r ndustry by tb e a d o f scenthc research. Co-ord lnarton o f c on trol and r e t r e e s were, he nnd. con sdered necessary, aod the num erous problem s surrou n.lln g those queslons would requ re th e m ost c a re ful th ou ght and v e s g a lo n. H e welcom m l. homo ou b eh alf o f the s ocety L e u L -C o lo n el,(p r o fe * «o r» Dskld. C.M.O., D.8.O.. F.R.S., and M ajor (F r o f e n o r ) F o llo ck, F.R.6., D,8c., v b o fo r th ree years bad g v e n th e r a d v c e am servces to th e M le s. Mr. J. H. Madeu,.8.O.. F.R.8.. who re tre d fro m.he ottce of hon ora ry sec re ta ry, hsd been an o ffc e-b ea re r fo r years, tw o years as p resd en t and 32 years ss h on ora ry eocretary. H s s erv c es to th e s o c e ty hsd been n valuable, and d nrlne tb e past re a r he bad encupleted and publstae.1 Us h story. T h e address a lso d ea lt w th r e cen t ad van ces n con n scton w th lb e m lnsrul pdubtry o f th e8 rtate, and dlscubesd va rm u w o r k o f g e o lo g lo e l n te re st w h ch hsd been publshed d u rn g tb e year. T h e m an p orton o f the address, h ow ever, d e a lt w tb tb e r e la tonshp o f tb s varlo n s form a ton s o f ths cretaceou s system n E astern A u stra la, th e r com parson w th th ose o f th e w estern p ro- v joce, and n gen era l dscusson on tb o faunas o f thoae regon s. M en ton wa? muda o f the fs c t thftj. am ong th ose who cmcd d u rn g ho.vear w ero tw o o f tha oldest m em b ers o f the s o c e ty S r P h llp S yd a ty Jones, e lec te d to tbe Bocety n 13C7. and S r Jam es F a rfa x. e lected n 18W, each a t the tm e o f h s death, rank n g as th e o ld est m em b er o f th e s o c e ty -, and. am en g oth ers. S r Vh. Crooka. bon. nembor. and»he Rov. Dr. Roseby. O ne o the m ost m p ortan t poet w a r problem s th at had to be m et w a * connected w th tho m Joeral n dustry, a ffec tn g both tb e p rodu cer and th e m anu facturer, and tbe c lo s e ly as- eoctaed em ploym en t o f labour. T b e w ar had s tlb u la e d th e produ cton o f c erta n m etala. T h e queston o f b y-p rod u cts o flered a gre a t fled fo r exp erlm entatn n n A u stra la m ors aapecaljy a e r<vsrded th e c o o l, ndub- cry. T he gas snd»ka ln du strea ao n e a f forded scope fo r l»vc :;tgatod, w h ch would ye ld n va lu a b le resu lts. T h s would nac**- e lu t e th e e s U b lls b m rn t o f S ta to and pr1vsu< U b o ra lo rle s w hch cou ld be sad to s o p p le-. m oot tho labourn o f tha Bureau o f K re n c e ; asd sd u stry. T b e D ep srtm en t o f M nes had d rected ts e o e rg s s d u ru g the p ast y e a r to th s exam oau cz o f mhng Helds n g re a ter d eta, v lt h a ru sr to a ttra c tn g atto n to u to n sw p osalb ltes n the le g tm a te e m p lo y m en t o f c a p ta L T h e floa n ca l v a lu e o f the n da atry to th e S ta te was 301, odd up to kls. O f th s gra n d to ta l th e c oa l n du stry jsecoonved f o r 99, and th s p ro p o r- tk>a wnttd n crea se v lt h the fu rth e r d e v rlo p - BBcet o f m anu factu rn g con cerns and th e d rec - uult o f a tte n to n to th e p rep a ra to n o f b y - p red u eu. Ttae loaa n rem tect to b y-prod u cts Tn coa l n th e U nted K ln g M m alon o acoounted t o B w r ly a*ajm»,000 a yaar.! T h e fo llo w w g w ere e lec te d o ffcers f o r a 9 :-P T w *ld c n t. F ro f. C. E. P a w s tt ; v lc e - [prm dents, >r. R. Orelg-Hmlt.h, M r, T, H. H oestton, Dr. J. B. C lelan d. an d M r. W. 6.!rtan: boa. trea su rer. P ro f. H. Q. C h apm a n. L D.; hon. eec ro ta rles. M r. R, H. Cam bage a d P ro fe ea o r J. 0 P ollo < A ; m em b ers o f eou ncll. Dr. C. Andarson, M r. D. Carm ent, TofesBOf T. W. E d gew o rth D avd. M essrs. C h arles H edley. J. H. M ftlden. J. N a n gle. Dr. F. H. Qualfe, M casrs. H. G. S m th, C. 0 Smssmllch, P ro fe s s o r W. H. W arren. H t ptnfp Hornng StralU. S O S.ATDRDAY, M A Y 10, 1910 BOL OF HOXOns. S l,.* S!g S < UNYFTRSTT CLASSES T h e n B lt e r.u r e la a fo, w n b, reeum ed or M on d ay n ext. M a y 1 0 r - WtEffEN S COlEGE. LO U K A MACDONALD COMMEMOR.\TON. U c tlanung ccarq. FM DAT, MAY 9, A t th e la e t m o e lr g o f tho exe c u tv e o f the vw n -plaan ln g A ta o c la to n o f N e w South.ales & h ea rty v o te o f con gratu laton w as Dass.f to M r. John Sulm an. P.R..B.0, p res!- d ea t o f th e assocato n, on hts ap p on u aent to th e p resd en cy o f th e tru stees o f th e N a - vonj A r t O a l t r y o f N e w South W a le a ST D ouglas M awson. who has resum ed hs Ules as le ctu re r a t th e U n v e r s ty o f A d e- nde, whb en tertam ed a t luncheon a t tho A d e-.hlde T ow n H a ll b y tha C o m m o n w e a lth a u b yesterday. T M r. J. G. M a rtyo, o f A rm d a le, has r w l v e d a cable m essage fro m h s son, L lo u t.-c o lo n el \. U M a rty o rf.m.q.. D.S.O.. C ro U de G uerre, lo f the R o y a l A u stra la n E n gn eers, sta tn g t t a t.. 1 ««- " K n s lu d lo r A U 8 tr»! a on t o Jtb.n n. C o lo n el M o rtyn ta» n o rlc ln n l.tosas. * T h e F u ll C ou rt yesterd a y ow t gentlem en to practse n the Suj rome l ; w % f N O. S o. «S o t a. r t a» :.am ttod. Ttae cam p agn s to b e open ed w th ou t fu r th e r d e la y to c o lle c t tonds fo r th e e rec to n o f a "L o u s a M acd o n ald " add ton To th e W o m en s C ou ege, w th n the U n v e r s ty o f S ydney, a «a p erm an en t com m em oraton o f th e e d o c a to n a l w o rk o f to flrat prnclpau S r W lla m C u llen, C h ef Justce o f N ew South W a le s and C h an cello r o f th e U n v er- s tt b as con sen ted to a c t ss cbarm ftn o t a la rge and n flu en tal com m ttee form ed to snp- p o rt th e m ovem en t. T h e appea l s m ade to the m en and woman o f N e w South W a le s, n ot o n ly n th e name o f M ss M acdon ald, b u t n tb e n te re s t ot w om en g ro w n g up and even ye t unborn, and n c om m om oratlon o f th e splen dd w o rk done b v tb e w om en o f N e w South W a le s d u rn g the w ar. F o r th s pu rp ose a t le a s t 6000 s needed n s u b scrp ton s from th e publc. T h s sum w n b e dou bled b y th e G overn m en t subsdy. C o n trb u ton s can b e m ade e th e r n a lum p sum o r n n stalm en ts exten d n g o v e r tw o y e a rs ; and. n v e w o f M ss M acd on alds e a rly d ep a rtu re fo r B n glon d. sup- p o rte rs s re ask ed to send th e r subscrpton s w th ou t d ela y to th e fe n. treaan rer. Mr. J. T. W a lk er. 109 P ltt- s tr e e t. Sydney. A N A P P B A U M en and W om en o f N ew South W a le s : W e ask you to help ns to buld an ad d to n to th a W o m en s C o lle ge, w th n th e U nv e r s ty o f Sydney, as a p erm an en t com m em o ra to n o f th e e d u ca to n al w o rk o t tb e flrst p rn cp a l. M ss L o u s a M aodopftld. M.A. T h e W o m en s C o lle g e bas a lrea d y so s tro n g ly p ro ved ts v a lu e th a t tb e num ber o f students d e s rn g to e n ter s m uch la excess o f th e accom m o da to n a vala b le. W e m ake th s sppeau not o n ly n the name o f MJss M acdon ald, h ut n tb e n te re st o f w om en g ro w n g up, and even y e t unborn, and n com m em oratod o f th e splen dd w o rk done by th e w om en o f N e w South W a le s d u rn g the war. F o r tb s purpose a t le a s t K600 s needed n s u b scrp ton s fro m the publc. T b s sum w ll b e doubled b y tho G overn m en t subsdy. W ll yo u send yo u r con trb u to n e th e r n a lum p sum Or n n sta lm e n ts exten d n g o ve r tw o y e a rs to th e hon. trea su rer, whose add ress s g v en b elow. On b eh a lf o f th e gen era l com m ttee, W. P. C U L L E N. C h e f J o s tle s o f N.S.W. aud C h an cellor o f th rnlverb ltjr, Charm an. J. T. W A L K E R. H od. T rea su re r, 109 P ltt-s tr e e t, Sydney. F L O R E N C E F T Z H A R D N G B, H on. Sec. Oje ;Hornut5 StraRu W E D N E S D A Y, M A Y 14, JDlft. V C E RFXJAL. H s E x c e llen c y re ce v ed M r. P ep pen a, A c tn g Consul fo r tho N eth erlan d s, and Mr, H. E. B a rff y e s terd a y m orn og. H s E x c e lle n c y re ce v ed th e A rrb b ls h o p of S ydney and t h e. A p o B to lk Dvle.-"3te vatcrd ay aftern o o n. BUESAEES. lhodes SCHOLARSHPS, HONO-RS FOR ACSTRCLUNS. Tho statem en t o f the Rhodes T ru s t o c o n n ecton w th th e sch olarahpa fo r 1918 has been rc o ev ed, and t s ta te s th at the w ar durn g th e y e a r contnu ed to n te rfe r e w tb tb e fe h o la rs b p BTStem. T b e h onou r ro ll erf sch o lars and ex-schola rs w h o g a v e th e r lve n w a r s erv c e d u rn g 1918 ncluded th a t o f M r. A. W. M orey. South.Vustrala (1914) and M r. H. 8. R chards. N.*:v Zealand (1913). A m on gst th e m lttry hnnol: w on durn g tb e : y e a r b y sch olars and cx-s-holwrs wcrt-: Mr. 1. K. W s rd, N e w South W a le s (S D. llrat sn second bar to M.C.; M lta r y CrOBS to M e-srs. W. 8. K e n t H u ghe*. V c to r a (1915); C. \V. LU tlejoh n, V ld o r a (1999); R. W. H. M allor, Queensland 11912); A. O. Ponder. N e w Z ealand U91T): L. C. Robaon, S ew South W a le a ( l u S ) ; H. Thom son. Sontf A u stra la, 11910). C o tx de G u erre (B e lg a n ): M r. G. 0 Dunbar, Queensland (1917). O f th e 60 sch olars e lec te d fo r to o k m llla r y servce, and tw o w o re re jec te d on m edcal grounds und look O overn m on t w ork nstead. D urng th e y c s r M r. H. L. R ayn er, South.\uBlralla (1910 w as aw ard ed a B u rn er * >> S cb olrsblp at K n g s C o lle ge, l.ondon. T h " clc-ton o f f-hnlers, postponed on account o f the w a r, fa,.wul be rcaunstd n O cto b er o t tb la year. P RO FE SSO R C. B. F A W S T T. A t th e annual m eeu n g o f th e R o y a l S o ce ty o f N.8.W., h eld U a t nght, P ro fe a s o r C h a r le E dw ard F a w s tt w a s e lec te d p resd en t f o r lb e (C u rrent year. P ro fe s s o r F a w s tt w as b orn ; n G lasgo w n 1878, h s fa th e r b en g a c h em cal m anu facturer n th at c ty. H o lo o k h e * U n v ersty cou rse a t the U n v e r s ty o f E d n burgh. gra d u atn g n 1399 w th sp e ca l d s- tn c to n u c h em stry. * H o subsequ en tly b e-l cam e th e 1851 E xh b to n S ch o la r o f E dn b urgh U n versty, and w orked n L e p x lg U n v ersty un tl when h e ob tan ed th e d egree o f Pb.O. n 1904 he obtan ed tb e D.Sc. d egree ; (E ffo.). H e vvas an ss s ta n t to th e P r o fe s sor o f C h em stry a t E dn b urgh fr o m 1902-LK4.1 n 1904 he w en t to G lasgo w U n v e rsty a s asbstsqt to th e p ro fessor, and a ls o L e c tu re r n Chem stry. n O ctober, 190S, he w as ap ponted b y tb e S enate o f S ydney U n v e r s ty to th e C h ar o f C h em stry n successon to P ro f. A. L v e rs d g e. H e a r rv e d n S ydney tn F ebru ary so tb a t be s now n hs eleven th y e a r o f serv c e a t th o U n v ersty. D urng th s tm e the num ber o f students ta k n g c h em stry have n creased enorm ou sly. T h e frst y e a r ch em stry close o t S ydney n 1909 w a * supposed to be a reco rd la r g e class, num b ern g XJ4. T h s y e a r C h em latry 1. num bers 466, so th a t n 10 years (b o num bers have m ore than doubled. n th e second and th rd y ears (com b n e d ) the n crea se s p ro p o rto n a te ly gre a ter, b en g fro m 14 n 1909 to 90 n A new C h ar o f O rga n c C h em stry has been founded snce P ro fe s s o r F a w s tt to o k up duty h ere, and th s s occuped b y P ro fe s s o r John R ead. W h le th ere haa been, snce 1W9. som e n crease n the teach n g s u f l n c h e m s try, and som e s lgh t n crea se n accom m o d aton, th e p resent la rge n um bers o f students, c row ded n to s m all buldngs, th ro w a g r e a t B rsn on th e p ro fe ss o rs resp on sb le, and P ro fe ss o r F a w a tl s ays th a t la r g e new blocks o f bu ld ngs should have been e rec te d lo n r ago. T h e n ew pre-1 slden t takes a specal n te re s t n th* research w o r 0 w h ch s m p ro v n g tb e m otboda o f a n a lytc a l chem stry- H o says th s t th e gen era l publc has no d ea o f th e tm e and labour a n d expense e n ta le d n m a k n g s. chenlqfll an alyss o f such substances ss o ls, < Steel, and m n erals. P ro fe fls o r F a w s tt says be thnks that the popularty o l the professloo, o f "a n a ly tc a l chem st " w ll n ot (end to ln- c rease m uch u n tl the rem u n erato n lo r th e w o rk done ncreases, and tb a t one w a y o f o b tan n g th s s to shorten tb e tm e re q u red fo r analyses. AGE LMT MODFED. T h e E d u ca to n D ep a rtm en t s ta ted y e s terd ay th a t an am en ded re g u la to n en n c em ln g th e a g e lm t l o r b u rsary can dd ates, w h ch oom ee n to fo r c e on Jan u ary 1, 1920, and th e re fo re a ffec ts tb e resu U o f th e n ex t com p e tto n. re q u re s th a t ap p lca n ts f o r burs a re s s h a ll b e n o t less th an 12 years an d undar 14 y e a rs o f a g e on th e la t d ay o f July (o llo w n f th e exam n aton. T h s m ean s th a t b u rsares n fu tu re a re to be g v e n to b oys an d g rls a t a lo w e r ags stan d ard th a n fo r m e r ly n am ely, fro m 111 to 131, n stea d o f fro m 12 t o 14. n ord er, h o w e v e r, th a t hardshp m ay n o t b e m posed b y th e a lte r a to n m th e lm t o f a g e th s year, th e L u r s a ry B oard h as decded th a t c an d d ates a t th e exa m n aton o f N o v em b e r, 1919, w ll be e lg b le n p o n t o f ago t n o t less th an 12 on J n ly 1, 1920, and u n d er 14 y e a rs on J an u ary 1, n o th e r w ords, boys and g r ls w h o a r e o v e r ll J *n d under 14, on J an u ary 1 n ex t, w U l com e w th n th e b u rsary ru le a t the K o v e u b e r exam n aton ths year. T H B t J a V E K S T Y O F S Y D N E Y Tha Unhe.Slty Authorltlax have bptn Xrftl- n*d by the. Government h*t the Clawes may not b«resumed n the tveek rommeaclng May 6tb. Tbe quntlon of rextmnptlon of work on ra y o q u fr l 20 X. &ABFF, Warden and heglsarar. C APTAN STORKEY, V.C. A JUDGE S ASSOC.ATE. Claptan P e rc y V a le n tn e S to rk ey. V.C., haa b een ap p on ted assocate to Mr. Justce Owao. C a ptan S to rk ey was born n N e w Zealand n h? fa th e r b en g a w ell-k u o w n jo u rn a lst n N a p f.t. H e re ce v ed bs e a ry educaton at tb e N a p e r B b ys G ram m ar School, and n 1913 he began hs dpurse a* a la w student at tb * S ydney U n v ersty. n M arch. 1915, be bad c om p leted tw o secton s fo r hs L L.B. degree, when be e n lsted as a p rv a te tn th e A..P. T ow a rd s the end o f th at ya a r he le ft Sydney as leu ten an t a charge or re n fo rc em en ts for tb e 19th B a tta lo n. n N ovem b er, he waa s ero u sly wounded n P ra n c e, a o d w ae nv a ld e d to E nglan d, and n A p rl, he r e tu rn ed to kyance, and jon ed up hs old b a l- ta lto n. (?)aptalq S to rk ey w as aw arded bs V.C. (o r d stn gushed b ra v ery n an atta ck on a s ecto n o f O e rm s o m nctaoe-gunners, w th only a le u te n a n t and ten men beblnd hm. T h ey k lle d o r wounded 30. and cap tu red th ree ofll- cars and 50 men and the m achne-guns. JMLJ f ) t l l o r m n g l f r a n * S ATU R D AY, M A Y U. rjvl T H * KKW aom -WALES RHODZa 8CHOLABSHF FOR 101S. L -V V E B & T Y O F ~ ~ s W s s r. Applcaton* foe nommatlob to tbe hew Walea Khodw ScboUnbJp for 1»18 bould be lodged not later than WEDb-EDAY. JUNK 4th, wlu, Hr. H. R. Barff. Warden and Begatrar, Becretay of tbe CkntstUe of Selecton, the lu ventr. The -Scbolsr elected Wll be expected to go u te retdencs at Oxford tat January, _ who were elgble s 1918 wm be qoal- fled CO compete., Appleatona (or the Rbyfee SnbolartLp fer 1019 w ll be nvted n Octobrr nxt, aod the Scholar elected w ll be expected to go nto resdence et Oxford n October, ETTaACTS FBOU THE BEGULATOH8 OF TffB TBLCTEEa. L randdstea shall be Brtb sabjects, and u» marred. Tbqy must have p read ther anetarah brthday, bnt not have pareed ther tweafe-dhb brthday on October 1st o the year n whch ther are elected. Csodldatea ahal?>e nndergtaduatcs or grado- atc of the Uaversty of Rvdccy 3. Ganddetes ahall have resded o Hew South Walw for an aggregate perod o f four yeara durng the fve yean unedately precedtng the date of eleetoa. Only cartdldatea who have psarej an aqmralent t» the Oxford Respoostem* Exaranataw, or thcm -vbo ara ex-uopted fm n Reeponstana by the Tbe Reledden Commttee drect attetttsoa to the reaoluton nereed at a Confereace held n Svdaey Prealdency. n October, vl*.: p a t the Scbolarehp be glren toa student of three yeara standng, but mav. n ereeptona raea, be swarded to a student nf greater or "*a staodjng. O jt Porm g fttralb.; r r K. 4 U. 4 Y. M A Y d, JUD. NOTABLE EXPLOTS. M l [.TAKT CH0S8F.S WEHE VON. A m on g th e o fflcers w th d ec o ra ton s w bo re - u w n ed b y th e Dunluce C a stle on Sunday were L leu ten an to C. G. F r e a c o tt and 0. H. W ood? ward. L e u te n a n t Fresoo tt. 3rd B a tta lo n (son o f th e h ca dm sster o f.new ngton C o lle g e ), won b s M lta r y Cross n A p rl, 1918, d u rn g th e g re a t b a ttle f o r the rh an n el p orts n N o r t h ern F ra n ce. A t u c rtc a l m om en t he offered to ta k e o u t h s p latoon, then con sstn g o f o n ly 25 m en. and rush a farm on n h ll fro m w h ch th e G erm ane n la rge uum bers were enflad n g ou r troops. H e succeeded n tak la g th e p ost, k lle d o v e r 40 O erm aos. captured a num ber o f p rso n ers, and saved a dangerous staa tn n. S e v e r a l o f t)to men re ce v ed d s tn cto n s also, aud th e w h olo com pany was m en ton ed n deapatctaca. a m o «t unusual honour. L e u te n a n t W ood w a rd, M.C. (w th tw o b ars), le ft S yd noy w th P ro fe s s o r D avd s m n lo g corps, an d g r e a t ly dstngushed h m self at M essnes and elsew h ere. H e won h s M ltary!cross fo r a d a rn g e x p lo t n w h ch he lu c - ceeded n c ap tu rn g a dan gerous eneby post. T h s w a s e ffected b y an e le c tr c <ll»ch.jrge. T h e dlfflcu U y was to k eep th e w res n tact when s h e lls w e re c o n tn u ally fa lu n s aod brea k n g them. L e u te n a n t W ood w a rd c rep t out n to " N o M ans L a n d " n the darkncas o f nght, snd, a fte r jo n n g the broken w res a g a n and agan, a t la s t had th c s a ts fa c to n o f see n g the enem y p o s t b low n to peces. Snce then b r bas added tw o b ars to ht*.mlta ry C fo»*. H e b a son o f M r. W oodw ard, o f T en terrteld. and w h le n t N n w h gton C o llege waa a dlstlngulfltaed a th lete and foo tb a ller. Cljr Pbnrp Hornmg rralb. TH U R S D A Y, M AV l n tm a to n has been r c r r v e d th a t th e Un j fve rs lty o f B dln bu rgh has c o n ferred th r Degrtflv lo t D o c to r o ( JM rtaty CD.D.) p o n lh o R ey. P ro fe s s o r R on a ld G. M acn tyre. M.A., B D o f S t. A n d re w s C o lle g e, tbe U n v ersty. Pydney. COM l E le A L EDUCA TDX. FOR THE COLNTRY. MSTEE dct,xe.spoloy. M r. Jam ea. M n s te r fo r E du caton, y e s te r day u fu rm ed a d ep u taton + p res e n tn g th e cou n try c o m m ttee o f th e N a to n a ls t party, th at, w h llt t w a s fn a n ca lly and physcally m p o seb le to p ro v le fo r s p e ca l c om m erca l e d u ratto a n c ou n try sch ools, tb e rou rso o f n stru c to o w as fram ed w th a d lstln cu y c om m erca l bas. T he d ep u taton u rged th a t f a c ltt" * nhnuld, be p ro v ld n l n pnall c ou u lry Hchode for (he c d u ea o o f c h ld ren lo praetoh l bustnohs Bubjecuj. such as shortl.anl, bookke*»ptqg, and 80 forth. T he M n s te r. n re p ly, sad th at much had been done by h r d cp u rtn en t n the d rec ton s m entoned. H e was o f tb e opnon, b o w rv o r. th a t t w ou ld bo b e tte r urov t*- e d u ca tlo l fr lu tr r for cou u lry rh ld rrn th at w ou ld fl; them fo r ru ral pursuts, r a t f e r l than w tn su b jects th a t would l>e o f use t o l them o n ly f th e y cam e to a la r g e c ty o r tn s rg e jop u la tlo n c en tres. T h e le achn g o f th e su b jects m en ton ed b y th e rtcpnta- lo n w ou ld, m o re o ve r, requ re tb e em ploym en t o t aperta ] teach ers. T h c departnent w as a lr e a d y exp e ren c n g d ffcu lty n m eetn g tb e d em snds fo r tb e ejasa o f n B trn tlon tn la rge c en tres, and t would b e m possble, th e re fo re, to a rran ge f o r sp e ca l teach ers n th e e m a l cqu n try cen tre*. A t p resen t h «t e a c h r g o f e rltb ra e tlc n th e achools was g jv eu a com m erca l, bas, and tt u t enabled tb e B cbolar* o secu re a sufflcleu ty s old g ra sp o f b ook keepn g m ethods to onablc them to k ee p th c accou nts w h ch w e re lk e ly to a rse n cou n eeton w th th e r bneldesa. T h e solu to n o f t b " d jffcu U y w ou ld be, flret. the e xton soq o f th b u rsary system and th e grou pn g nto cen tra! scboola o f scholars r e qu rn g th e sp e ca l ty p e o f edcatlon. Much w as a lr e a d y b en g c o e by th e d ep artm ent n tb e ro n T eya n ce o f e ch o la rs to tbese re n f- r a l scb o ol*. T h e sum v o te d b v P a r llo m e n t fo r th " con veyan ce d u rn g th «cu rren t y e? r, was ; but be hnd tu a ly cxp enf.-d the eod o f A p rl 17.4 K. pe b ej

16 W 2 W r lu g la * M awson a on ah ort v s t t Bvdn-v H e J consult w th PraCoaeor W. A h - J L ;!! n regard to th e c a salftcao n and ra tn lopln s o< J S K n " " * * tjjc recent Antarctc ex»tlod. LEUT.-COL. J. B. ST. lyelch,.d.s.o. D :.\ T l F R O M N F H ENZ.A. L eu ten an t-c olo n el (D r.) John B a sl St. V n cen t W elc h, D.S.O., ded a t tbe H o y a l N ortb S h ore H o sp ta l yesterd a y aftern o o n fro m puou- m o alc nfluenza. K e w as th e second aon of th e la te U r..t. St. V n ce n t W elch, o f Sydney, and hn aad hs tw o b ro th ers M a jo r H e rb e rt L. St. V n ce n t W elc h and Captan L e s le SL V n ce n t W elch dd splen dd sen d ee n ho war. m m ed ately on th e d eclara to n o f w ar, n* Au gust, J914, th e la te Lleuten an t-c ojon el St. V n cen t W elch w a n t n to camp as cap tan to the 1st F e ld Am bu lan ce, h avn g p revou sly hold th a t rank n the N e w South W a le s A rm y M ed ca l Corpa snce 1»08. H e le ft Sydney w th th e flrst Oontlngent. n O ctober, 1914, and [w a s fo r som e m onths d E g y p t H e also took p a rt n the gre a t lan d n g at G alllpoh, on A p rl 2». 1915, Vhcn he was O ffcer Com m andng, andj w a a llc re p rom oted M a jo r n M arch, 1916, and L eu ten an t-c olo n el n July, H e wast tw K e wounded, and w as n vald ed fro m Ga- Hpolf lo M alta n N o v em b e r H e went! agan to E gyp t, and then ce. n M arch. lolf.j to F ra a c e. where he becam e leu teu ant-col- o n el o f a feld am bulance, and w as awarde< th e D 8.O.. H e was educated a t the Church o f E ngland O ram m ar School, N o rth Sydney, and w aa a gradu ate o f th e Sydney U n v e r s lt y - M.B., ;h.m. H e waa a t oo tm e superntend ent o f th e R o y a l A le x a n d ra H w p ttal fo C hldren, and w a s au hunow ry au rgeon o f tbe R o y a l N o rth Sh ore Hosplta.1. M ajo r H e rb e rt L. S L V n ce n t W ejrf, youngot b ro th er o f th e deceased, w as also a l th e landn g on G a llp o l, aud h s e ld e st b ro th er. Captan L e s le S L V n ce n t W elch, saw servce. n th e fled ta Fra n ce. 4 A TEXT-BOOK FOR THE MLLENtfM. F o r the W o rk e rs E d o eatlo n al A s s o c a to n.o f J A u strala, M ere d th A tk ln s o n.d lrec to r o f to t o r ta lf classes a t M elbourn e U n v e rsty, p ro vd es a4 text-b ook, e n ttle d T h e N e w S o ca l O rd e r," a study o f socal re con stru cton. H e c o v e rs the w h ole v a s t feld o f soc a l endeavor, and th e re fo r e hs concjubtons. e s p e c a lly on problem s th a t m uat be c o n tro ve rs a l, a r e.open to keen c rtc sm fro m m any v e w -p o n tt. Y e t h s con ten to n la ju s t th a t p o s t-w a r re cou stru ctlon m ust be based upon sound c rtc s m o f tho ex- U tln g o rd er. An n d cato n o f th e scope o f th e w o rk m ay be found n a p a rta l Hat o f th e problem s U c k led. T he d strb u to n o f w ealth, the cauaea : o f n dustral unrest, trad e-u n o n sm, th e "c la s s w a r," tb e n te rn a to n a l L a b o r m ovem en t, th e, purpobh o f th e S tate, re lg o n and educaton,...1..j... n f tr.ecshlo. Cvc d ea ls, th e d rec t te a c h n g o f ctzen sh p, scen tfc and techn cal edu caton, s ce n tfc m anagem ent, th o n crea ae n producu on. paper, curren cy, a le v y upon c a p ta l, loan s und taxes, the w a ge-system, co-p artn ersh p and proft- 1Bhftrlng, S ta te socala m, syn dcalsm, ndus- tr a l councls, A u stra la n socal legsla to n. A u stra la n p oltcs, the n tern ato n a l problem, th e Leagu e o f N a ton s, th e govern m en t o f the E m p re th ese ara a fe w o f th e m any d ep artm ents n to whch th at au th o r k een ly looks. "D e m o c ra c y s bum you n g and develop n g. T h ere s no fnal and ab solu te form o f dem o c ra tc m ach n ery.. L e t ua m ake n otn la- ; la k e aa to ou r s tll b etng n tb e v e r y cave daya ot dem ocracy.... h old m ost s tro n g ly that th e b asc p roblem o f a ll s how to a lter the a lttu d e o f m nd and th e ch a racter o f the m asses. t s because w e h ave b estow ed so m t le atten to n upon th s asp ect o f our soc a l d evelu pm eu t th at our atte m p ts a t solu ton b ave been so p a rta l,a n d u n satsfacto ry. t wo had th e p ractc a l g o o d sense to spend an adequate sum upon the edu caton o f the people n au bjects o f publc con cern th e solu to n o f our m a te ra l problem s w o u ld com e as a m at- ta r o f course.... W e a re faced w th the V ph lam o f so o rd ern g n du stral s ocety aa f secure to a ll p rodu cers h yge n c condtons, suffcency o f n ecessary com m odtes, and. ovlson fo r tbe exp resson o f th er n d lv ld ta l c a p a rtea." T he au th or s fe r t le n m akftg auggestlons tlb a l w ll b rn g th e s o c a l m llcu lu m about. B u t n vara bly, n a ll s o c a l refo rm s, thn un- ( dependable human fa c to r ntrvdeg. Man s not a maohne. and would n o t b e happy as a na-.cb n c; and though th e au th or am p ly re co g- nlboe tlls fa c t m any o f h s suggeston s depend on a change o f h e a rt n o t o n ly n the w ork er fcnd the c a p ta ls t hut n th e sch oolm aster, th e p o ltca n, and p ra c tc a lly e ve ry o th er class. H R jegeats th a t te g e t rd o f unem ploym ent ta o h n d u stry should su p port Ua owm w ork ers, b oth e m p lo yed and unem ployed. S n ce p ro fts seek tb e r ju s tfc a to n on the grounds of m auaxem ent aud rsk-tak n g, t. s equ a lly jusftlfta h le to p ay fb r u nem ploym eu t out o f p ro- a a. rt s sutply u tte rly u n fa r to p lace the w h o le rs k o f u a em ploym en t on th e w ork er. nd k l th e S ta te and e m p lo yer g o fre e." Dlscuaslnp varo u s m etbodn lo reach the soc a l para dse n one bound, sucb as tbe class w a r and re vo lu to n, th e au th or p on ts out that a m uultudc o f lu o changes, and n ot one sw eep n g change, a re a lo o e adapted lo the Kcds o f a g ro w n g organsm, such aa human socety. "T h e r e s no v rtu e n a teem ng pcpularlon. fh e re s e o m o ra l exc e llen c e n aboundng w ealth. U n le ss tho gen era l te n den ces o f our rv lls a tlo n a r e n tho d recto n o f ra s n g human n attro an n crease n the qw am ty o f human lf e o r o f buman w e a lth, m ny e a s ly be th e m ost te r r b le evl.-" j f t b n edu caton th a t M ered th AG flneon puts h s g re a te s t trust. H e am s at th e rl t. edu caton o f th e chld b y th e rgh t teach er o f le rg h ts and dutes o f ctzen sh p. Man- k n d can n ot be Bnved b y th e m e re m echancs o f B Plf-governraent. n fundam ental subje c t s w h ch he w sh es to see ta u gh t n the [gch oolb a re. as he p on ts out. p re c s e ly those LWhlrh»-x clc th e k ee n es t con tro versy, and are tn a dp qu ately tau gh t o r e n tre ly n eglected. {V h c ro a r c. R elgo n, h s to ry, eth cs, pohtca, cn n om rs, and aexolog y. H e.a d v o c a te s the rasng o f th o s c h o o l-le a v n g age, com pu lsory eon auaston schools, and th e la y n g d ow n o f a ;>ad h gh w ay o f edu ca tooa opportu n ty. n r u n lv ersltte * w e n eed a m o re gen erou s en- low m ent o f research w th a p ractc a l out- ok. he ranr;c» o ve r h s v a s t eubject. Tho hle abont ela b o rate r ork s o f tb ts knd s th ey seldom appeal to th e clasbcs o f r s w ho w ou ld d e rv e th e m ost b en eft from khrm. T e t tbe e ffo r t s w e ll w o rth m akng: m l M ered th A tk n son furn shes a valu a ble tcxt-b ook ft soc a l re fo rm, w th th e added Hue th n t t la th rou gh ou t w rtte n fro m the tralan v jew -p o ln t. (Our copy fro m th e Ster Book rtb ; 4s fd. Obtanable a ls o fro m MettMUrne D epa rtn n l o t Educaton.) m t vt>m Hornng SfralE. g;,, 5, K K PA Y. m a y 23, W E D K E SH Y. M A T 2S. 1SJ9. T E O L V N B E D E l L O P tjxvkhsty. T H E TATE.E U T E N A X T -C O L O N E L D r.) JO H N B A S L ST. V N C E N T W E LC H, whose (fath took p lace on W ednesday. ko yal PRYCE ALFEED.4 NEW HOSPTAL SCHEME. C H E Q U E F O E 8 7, j T he n e t resu lt o f th e appeal o o b eh alf of, th e R o y a l P rn ce A lfre d H osp tal Jn bllee Fund was lL A cheque lo r th at am ount ]Was banded o ver by tb e Governor, S r W a lte r Davdson, to a rep resen tatve o f tb * execu tv e a t the fnal m oetln g o f tha com m ttee h eld nt P a rm e rs yesterday. t s ntended to estab lsh an a u x lary s o c e ty composed o f secton al com m ttees. B roadly, th e r work w n b e to rase funds when ever and w h ere- e v e r possble, to p rovd e com forts fo r the hatl- ents and nurses. T h e re w as a la rge attendance a t the m e etng, n cludng Mr. P U zgera ld, M n ster for H ealth. S r R ob ert M Anderson, S r A lb e rt Gould. S r A lle n T a y lo r, m em bers o f the d re cto ra te o f the bospttal, and th e com m ttee Of tb e Jublee Fund. T he \Jovernor presded. S r R ob ert Anderson, charm an o f tbe executve, sad th at wben tn ey launched (b e appeal th ey thought th e y would ra se at least 40,900, aad tb ey go t p ra c tc a lly o n ly 28,000. T he appeal was a "g ln rlou s fa lu re." T h e G overn or handed a cheque fo r 27, to M r. Hugh Dxson, who r e c eved t on b eh alf o f th e trcaanrer. S r Sam uel H ordern. H s E xcellen cy sad the cheque represented the la rges t am ount e ve r c ollected n N e w South W a les on b eh alf o f any h osp tal, exceptng, perhaps, on the o c cason o f the foundaton o f tbe nsttlumon. (A p p lau se.) H e spoke n term s o f praso or th e serv c es and s elf-sa crfce o f the m edcal and n u rsn g staff, th e orderhes, and am bu l ance ateo a u ta durn g the nfluenea epdem c. H b E xcellen cy jo n ed w th S r R ob ert M An- dersou n ack now led gn g the lne work o f the seeretary, M r. Epps. M r. Eppa sad th at th ere w ere m any men and wom en who had taken a prom nent part n w a r w o rk who w ere now w lu ou l anythng to do. T hero s Just a pob alblty. aaded M r. Eppa, "h a t tb cy m ay becom e socal d ere lc ts (L a u g h te r.) and we are gv n g an opp ortu D lly o f d on g som ethn g for t M h osptal. These au x la ry s octeles form an m p ortant p art n th e hosp tal lfe o f Am erca snd. to som e exten t. n England. Our p ro posal a to nduce a number o f men to form th em selves n to a com m ttee to carry out au ltable Btunts fo r th e ra sn g o f funds auf- flclen t to p rovd e the h osptal wth a fxed ncom e. T he lad n w ll c a rry out tb e d e tals, and the w ork w ll be d vd ed up am ong com m ttees. The d ea s to m ake th e hosp ta l m ore lk e a h om e." Mr. Epps ponted out that n A m erc a an a u x la ry s o c e ty usually em braced a nurses fren d ly socety, sn nspecton <om mfttee lb rary, amusement, ln en cloaet com m u te A recep ton com m ttee would see to tbe y fa re o f p aten ts and th e r dependents. men. on tb e r part, would keep up the w o f su rgcal nstrum ents and appllaoc W th n tw o or th ree w eeks a gen era l n g s to be held to dscuss Mr. Eppr posat. WORKERS COLLEGE. LABOUR COUNCL PROPOSAL. T h e N e w South W ale# 1abour GouncH p ro poses to establsh a colle ge n N ew South, W ales. T b e object s to equp the w o r k e r s w th a know ledge o f ndustral h story, s tra - [ te gy, ecoqomcs, E nglsh, grammar, compos-1< ton, and ltera tu re, and such oth er su b jects m gh t be approved by a board o f m anagement. A acheme (o r tbe establshm ent o f such a c o lle g e was subm tted to last nghts m eetn g o f th e councl. t w as lad down n the p roposal tb a t th e p on t la v e w o f ttae teach ers should be fran k ly th at o f tb e w ork n g class, and tbe am o f the c o lle g e sbould ho to enable w o rk n g men and women " t o serve th e r l l was decded to recom m end the scherae to ttae afflated unons fo r acceptance. TO T H E E D T O R O P T H E H E R A LD. Sr, W h en a m an s s te rln g worth and kndness o f heart hava won the resp ect and a ffo o tlo a o f a ll w jtn wnom ne haa cotne la contact, th ere s bound to com e a tm e when hla fren d s fe e l to p e lle d to make p u l-lv ack now ledgm ent o f tfcolr debt to hm. Kor m ore th a n 36 years, M r. a. Craddock baa held ; the p oston o t Yeom an B c lt ll a t the UnJ- v e rs lty o f Sydney, and a v ery great number o f our lead ng jncn and wom en h a rr k now n hm d u rn g the perod o f th e r academc c areers, n d have learned to thnk o f hm v e ry kndly, and to regard hm m ost as, ao essen tal nsttuton, T he U n versty w th ou t Mr. Craddock s alm ost n coocev- ablo. N o w a ll m em bers o f the U n versty have a n opp ortu n ty to show th e r apprecaton o f the u n fa ln g courtesy, consldpratoo. and ta r t { whch s tll b rlgh fen th e r r.emorles o f Alm a.mater, fo e a fn d bus hcrn-upenod fo r the b eneft o f the re trn g Bedell, and subscrptons w ll be receved by the undersgned up tll Thursday, 29th lust.. On F rd a y next. M ay 20, s t 1.30 p.m. the C h an cellor o f the U n versty. S r W lla m C u l len. w ll present Ln M r. Craddock, u t the.u n ve rs ty, th e g ft provd-d by th e sub- scrlberb. and doubtless a ll o f.mr. Creddock s fren ds, who can escape the to lls o f d a ly busness, w ll be th ere to wsh the good man fa re w e ll. W e are, etc., J, L B G A Y B R ER E TO N, W. J. B R A D LE Y. Hon. T reasu rers, Craddock P resentaou Fund. Ths Uolvecalty, Maqr U. TTE PRBFENTAnON to Mr. S. CRADDOCK, Retrng Yeoman Bedell, WlU be nude at TUE UNVEBSTY cn Subtcrptona are nvted up to Wednesday, May 88th. Warden and Betstu. J, T. WLSON, Ctuunnan of tbe Pro TEACHERS COLLEGE. T he w ork o f com pletn g the w n g o f the new Teach ers T ran n g C ollege s beng carred out by the constructor o f publc.bulldjogs. and t s hoppd that t w ll be com pleted by tb a ( Ud nf June. T he buldlng w ll be o ccu p ed!. m m edately upon com pleton. SCENCE EBSEAEOH. PPOPOSED MEDCAL DJSTTtrrE. A num ber o f prom nent m edcal men assem bled yesterday to dscuss the proposed establlahm ent b f an nsttu ton to be devoted to scen tfc m edcal research. Though as y e t unconnected w th an y S ta te actv ty, tbe m eetng, fo r <he purpose bf general convenence. was held a t the B oard o f H e a lth n M acqu a re-streol North. T h s d ea seems to b ave token shape a s a re su lt o f the con sultatve councl o f doctors w h ch th e Ooverm aent called to ts old to fght- th o nfujnxa epdem c, t s to brn g an n sttu ton n to exsten ce th a t w ll coopera te w th tbe h osptals and the B oard o f H ealth n conductng ndepondent experm ents and tests n pathology, bacterology, and b ochem stry. F u rth er m eetngs w ll be held to form u la te a d efnte scheme. Y esterd a ys m e etn g carred a resoluton th at t la m m e d a te ly d esrable to extend g re a tly the fa e ll- te# f o r m edcal research fo r the preventon and treatm en t c f de :ase, and especlau y nto Ue nature o f the common dseases and ds- drdera found am ong th o p a tle n u o f a gen eral hosptal f F R D A Y, M A Y 30, L lerl -C o lo u el G. F. M orph y, CM.O DJ?.O. o f th e ath "B a tta J o a,,w n a r rv e n Sydney by th e M clb onm e express on Saturday m orn ng. T b e com m ttee o f th e 18th B a tta lo n C o m forts Fund has arranged to w elcom e hm on a r r v a l a t th e C en tra l R a lw a y Staton. M r. W. J, Pradley, B.A.. LL.B who for f p a s t tw o yesrs has been Assocate to M r. 1 Jugtlce S ly } f tb e Supreme C o u rt has re- algned hs poalton to com m ence p ractce at the B ar.» r. Bradley, w ho s read n g lo th e ebambers o f M r. R. B room flela fl weu k Qow lo th «ccmmerclal lfe o f Sydney. 4 Mr, W. J. Bradley. r-a., LL.B., fo r the past tw o. care -has b-.-en asso- > ela te to Mr. Jpstleo Sly. o f t.o Supreme C o u r t has resgned hs lo s tlo n o com- m encc p ractce a t tbe *fear. Mr. B ra d le y s w e ll hnewn n too ccf. m ercul lfe o f Sydney, end resgned from a reopon- slblo poston to oonrpkto hla law work a t tba U n versty. A s a s udeut ho haa been p rom nently assoclntod a ltb a ll U n v ersty a c tvtes, b en g p resden t o ( th e unon, v lce -p rcs ld c rt o f 1 1 Undcr- graduates Assocaton, anrt senor tr ta - ; s u rer o f the S ports Unon. H e s a m em b er o f th e rnst--->e o f Journalsts, and snce 19X7 haa b «e o ed tor o f the U n v e rs ty m agazne "H e rm e s." H e s readn g n the cham bers o f Mr. R. B room feld fo r practce on tb e common law Bde. TO UN\-ERSTY GRADUATES. S n e le - K a n d e fl A t t a e k M r. S. Craddock, fa m la rly know n to stu- dents and ex-students o l Sydney U n lveraty as "C ra d," s le a v n g th e n sttu ton, a fte r 36 y ears servce. T h s w l com e as a surprse to m any w bo have d urn g th e r U n versty term learn ed -to adm re th e fren d o f h elr, youth. A m ovem en t to reco gn se the serv c es o f; "C ra d " has been e o h u sla slc a lly supported, and next Frday afternoon the CbanceUor of the Unversty (Sr WUam Cullau) wll, on beh alf o f subscrbers, m ake a presentaton to bm. t s antcpated th a t m any old boys w ll atten d to ren ew arquantnnco w th and fa re w e ll th e la ta Yeom an -B edell o l the U n versty. Captan John B ayley Lane. 18tb B a t ta lo n. F o r conspcuous g a la n ty ng the attack on.august 8, east o f Vlllers-B rptonnevx. near Amens. Sn gle handed ko attacked an enem y s tro n g pont, beld b y seventeen o f the enem y w th a m acltt gun, k lln g th ree o f th e ccupants and capturng th e r e mander. T he (o llo w n g day. n ear Pram ervu le. a fte r ben g wounded, he contnued to lead hs company and a fte r ganng h s ob je c tv e was agao wonnded, hut refuaad to le ave untl th e-poston had been made secure. H e set a splendw exam ple of courage and devoton to duty. u ltm ate succera o f tbe operaton s was g re a tly due to bs coolncse. courage, and unflaggng energy. V Captan P a trck Joeeph Francla OShea M.C., A rm y M edcal Corps, attached to 8th Battalon. F o r conspfruoua ga llan try am devoton to duty near CkuSgne# on A u gust 23, K eep n g up w th the advance he was a lw a ys n the h ottest part of tb e ln e, d ressng wounded and organs n g Btretcber-bearers. R ea lsn g that an R.A.P. could n ot cope w th th e eas- ualles. he dresaed them whaq. ;h ey lay and mado p rsoners carry them back. n many cases he carred men bach h m self under h eavy fre o f a ll descrlpfona and w o rk n g n gas-drenched areas. H e had no re st fo r tb re e days and n ghts, and dd-another m edcal offcers work as w ell as hs own. S k l l a L e a d e r s h p v M ajor E rc Norm an W ebb, M.C.. Second D vson al Engneers. Durng operatlosb n ear Peron n e fro m August 29 to , he d splayed the g re a tes t courage, skll, and p ow ers o f leadersh p and organsaton n con stru ctn g and re p a rn g b rdges for cro ssn g the Somme, under contnuous shell and machne-gun ftre, H e also car- red out valu able recon.nassadces on w a te r supply and roads up to the fro n t lne to assst th e advance, anrt throughout ths,: p erod hls u n trn g effort# and d eterm ln - atlon con trbu ted n a la rge m easure to th e Buceeas o f th e operaton *. C a p t w r e d G e r m a n G n n fnto,fa,,v «a lt a llo n. F or con-; sptcuous ga lla n try Jo the atta ck oo Chulgnolles and Chugues of A u gu st 23. l ; hs headquarters Close behnd the fgh tn g trocps. and n»p te o f h eavy ah ell lre oxercl#ed vsm - l e con tro l durng the progress o f the r P " * o n a l reconnalbbance he a r tlle r y upon num erous feld guns and V cs L? organsn g the fre of V c k e rs and Lew s guns upon enem y ma- chlne guns he was aole lo send on the h gfulng tho set ob jeetlre, he pushed out patrols, whch brought b ack valu ah le la form a ton, enabln g tbe gan to l>e exp loted. Owng to W s splendd lelserbhlp.- hs Oattalron m ade an advance o f n ea rly th ree m les and captured s ev era l hundred prsoners and som e machne guns. S Y D N E Y. S A T U R D A Y. M A Y M r. J. B. N e lld has been apponted afsoclaft to M r. Juatlce S ly. la sucersston to M r. W. J. B ra dley, wbo has commenced practce a t the Bar. Mr. N e ld wa? a law student n 1916, when he enlsted (o r actv e aeryfcw, fro m whch he has la tely returned. H e wa a leutenant Jn the 16th Battalon, A.l.F. M r. S. Craddock. for 37 years Teom an Bedell Tt Sydney U n v ersty,; was yesterday farew ellert by a la rge ga th ern g o f Btudents an ex-stndcnts. T b e functon plnre a l the U n v ersty and a fte r eu logstc referenceb ro Mr. Craddock the Ohancellor (S r W llan C u llen ), on b eh alf o f thoao present, hnnded hm a leath er w a lle t uontanag 330. KEY. J. A. PATTNSON m t H orun g btrar. W E D N E S D A Y,.T U N E 4, 1919., A t th e laa t m eetn g o f th e Senate o f the Un fers ty th e fo llo w n g degrees w ere conferre< ab sen ta ; B a ch elor o f Arta: E m le Hut- M aster o f S u rgery: R ow lan d Campbell E dw ards and Sydney M chael O Rlordan. Mr. George P. C arter, A.C.A., vyas apponted cc- ture. n accountancy. FnVEESY la W SOCET.. fh Honor, Judxr CurfoHow*: Patrrm, Pn(«s!or Prrten. ; prr-lent. Mr. A. B. Pdrtrfton, H.T.; vre-prehdents. H Jo-- tee W»-T-json, hl» Honor.Turte- OrlewU, M»wrs. K. M. Mu-hrl. B.A.. LL.B., J..4. wgson. B.A., U..B., T. R. R*tn, M.L.A., B..A. LL.B., and K. V. - Bhfrld, 1J..B.; trraojvr. fr. K..4. Fenr»on, B.A.; hon. w r t a r r (gndoatnt) Mr. W. J. BraJry, 9 B.A...L.B.: hol serretty <un]rrendua«8>. Mr. \ A Tl. Perpron, B, A. awalant hon. tecrrtar\-, Mr. J. R. N*ld. B.A. rommttte fgrartuatre). Meam. V. C. q. TremleH, B. ft., J-H.. N. P. VTsjruo. LLB.. and Jerdan. B.A., : (undersxarthatr*), " - Glder, R. Fnrham, B.A.,,.A, Henrt. B.A.. B. Purcell. H, T..Allan. B.A.. B. Grffro. and A. 0, llll. The ftodely b»«under coaalrteratlon He erecton at a penranent roll of lonour for tke law ehool men who took part to the w, anrt * ar- ranglne an offlclal welcome home at an ear.v date to» solder membcv who have trtmert to Auetralla. The aocrtetv hae eatawlded a srnleeto jwrnanect moot court, an nnoratlon whkh 1» unuue. and pmm- luot to (wmplr a much needed *-an of the law l- dent. M r-.k. P. McTague, B.A.,LL,B., haahren 1 appototed judge, an<l Mr. E. 8. Jerdan, B.A., LX.B. - regatrar of the cowtt- J DEAlh K e y. J. A, Pattln aon, M.A., Cam brdge, headm a ster o f The K n g s School, P arram atta, ded at T h e Torraeea P rva te H oap ltal on Sunday 1 n ght, a fte r an llnebs o f a few weeks, ; Deceaaed was v e ry popular w y the staff and pupls at T h e K n g s Schnel. H e took 111 just b efore E aster, and was under the care o f Dr. Bowm aa un tl la s t Tuesday, when he was removed to ; Sr Alerpnder M Cormlck s hosptal. On W ednesday he was operated upon. He leaves a wdow, but no factta. T he remans w ll be n terred to-day. and a cervne wll be held at St. Jahes* at 10 g.to, V A p rlv a u cable m essage bas been receved n tm atln* th a t M ajo r A. J. M olllaon, A.M.C., s retu rn n g by th e troopshp O stcrley. M ajor AfolUson has been absent fot -over four r ««. ro d has seen s erv c e n E gyp t, Lemnos, fd slgaec he France. Snce th e a rm stce *w a s l a s been actn g aa m edcal offcer n rf o f tb e Ht A o s tra la a Convalescent D pat 01 Havr.

17 LATE REV. J. A. PATTVSOX. PRtMATE S TRBTE. T h e fo n e r a l o f th e la te R e v. J. A. P a tt ln - on, K.A., w h o l o r ab o u t th re e y e a r * had b e e a h e a d m a s te r o l K n g s S ch o o l, P a r r a m a tta, to o k p la c e. a t S outh H e a d C e m e te ry y e s te r d a y m o rn o g. T h e A rch b a h o p o f S y d n e y a n d th e r e c t o r o f th o C h u rch (th e R ev. P. A. M lc k la m ) c o n d u cted a s e r v c e a t St. Jum eaa C h urch. K u g - s tr e e t. an d tb e y w e re aa sa ted b y th e R e v s. C anon H. M o rt, W. H e y S h arp, W. J. C a k e b rea d (m e m b ers o f K n g s S ch o o l C o u n c n f, R. E. F r e e th (h ou se m a s te r a t K n g a S c b o o l). and A. H. G arnsey. T h o s e p re a o o t a t th chu rch n clu d ed M rs. J. A. P a ttln s o n (w d o w ), th e fo llo w n g m e m b ers o f th e K n g s S ch o o l C o u n c l: A rch d ea co n B o yee, th e R e v. S. M. Joku aton c, M r. Ju s tc e P rln g, M r. J P e r r y (h d n r a c c r e ta r y ), and M r. \V. R, B e a v e r (h o n. tr e a s u r e r ), w th th e c le r k to th e c o u n c l (M r. J. S. L e w a ): th e fo llo w n g m e m b ers o f th e s ta ff o f K l n g t S c h o o l: M essrs. D. J. T h o m a s,. M u tto n, H. B. B rtte n, H. C. B la x la n d, H. S. S te e r, A. Gough, and R a n d le H a n c o ck. T h c s ch o o l b e n g a t p re s e n t n vhcatlon? t w a s m p o s s b le to s e c u re a fu ll a tte n d a n c e o f p u p ls, b u t a b o u t 60 w e re n a tte n d a n c e. T h e r e w e re a lso a m o n g s t th o s e p re s e n t th e R e v. Joh n Jon es ch a rm a n o f th e A u strala n B o a rd o f M s s o n s ), A r ch d ea co n D A r c y r v n e, th e R e v. P, T. M o r g a n -P a y le r. C anon C h a rlto n, M essrs. D a v d M au ghan (c h a rm a n ), an d J. M. M aughan h o n. s e c r e ta r y ), an d n u m erou s m em b ers o f th e O ld B o ya U n o n, M essrs. B e rtr a m F o rd, G. W. A sh. P. A s h. W. J. 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H e lo v e d b s w o rk, an d he a p p ro ached h s ta s k w th a lo ft y s en se o f d u ty an d a d e term n a to n to d o hs u tm o st to p ro m d te th e b e s t n te re s ts o f th e R sch o o l. H e re fu s e d tq a llo w 111-hcaUh o t ] s u ffe rn g to n te r fe r e w th h s a c tv te s hs. b ea d m a a ter. H e n tcodu ced h s own m etho-, d c a l s y stem n to th e sch ool lfe. H e h ad a, fa c u lty f o r n s p rn g b oth h s c o lle a g u e s and. h s b oys. H e en c o u ra ged a lo v e o f le a rn n g. f o r ts o w n sak e. Y e t a t th o s am e tm e b e w a s a lw a y s rcady t o, fo s te r th e s p o rts and p a s tm e s th a t fo r m such an m p o rta n t p a rt o f th e tr a n n g o f th e tru e m an. Buo he s e t h s fa c e a g a b s t e v e r p e r m ttn g th e s p o rts and p a s tm e s o f th e s ch o o l to b e p red o m n a n t a t th e c o s t o f n tu H ectu al tr a a n g. T h c to u ch o f h s hand h as sh o w n t s e lf n th e c la s a -lls ts an d n th e resu lts o f e x a m ln a - to tw, n w h c h t b e s ch o o l d d e v e r b e tte r and b e tte r. B u t a b o v e a ll h e b ro u g h t to h s w o rk J th e tr a n s p a r e n t s p r t o f a d e v o te d C h rs ta n ] p e rs o n a lty. HLs re lg o n w a s an n h eren t! e le m e n t n h s lfe. H s b e s t s erm on to hs boys w a s th e e x a m p le th a t h e s e t o f. a b rg h t,, f c h e e rfu l C h rs ta n cou rte s y. H s e x p e re n c e s n lfe w e r e v e r y c h equ ered. h a v e know n h m o ff and on sn c e w o w e r e a t s ch o o l to. g e th e r ; fnd h a v e a lw a y s had a w a rm uf- [ le c to n an d a p ro fo u n d re s p e c t f o r h m. Once a t le a s t n h s c a re e r h a v e s ee n h m th e ] [ T e t m o f n ju a tc e, o t a c ru e l n ju s tc e. B u t * th ou gh b s fre n d s m g h t b e n d g n a n t, h e * [ n e v e r a H o w ed th s p assn g e x p e re n c e to d ls- tu rb h s C h rs ta n eq u a n m ty. H e show ed no re s e n tm e n t e th e r n w o rd o r to n e, b u t p u r-! sued h s ca lm w a y u n d stu rb ed. B ULPNGS A V ) WORKS. W ESLEY COLLEGE CHAPEL. T h e n e w c h a p e l r e c e n tly o p e n ed b y th e P re s d e n t o f th e N e w South W a le s M eth o d s t C o n fe re n c e fo r m s on e o f tb o c h e f a r c h l- tectu ra l festu res to the W e s le y CoUege b u ld n g s w t h n th e U n v e r s t y o f S yd ney, ts t h e flr s t an d m o s t m p o r ta n t o f tb e tw o w ln g a to th e c o lle g e b loc k o r g n a lly p ro v d e d lo r n th e a r c h te c ts c o m p le te sch em e. T h e secon d w n g, w h e n ad d ed, w ll b e a b a la n c n g fe a tu r e to th e ch a p e l, an d fo r m th e o p en c o u r t a lo n g th e p rn c p a l fr o n t. 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T h e r e a r e tb re e v e r y n te re s tn g fe a tu re s n th e c h a p e l; flrs t, tb e ro o f, w h c h s o f a o o p en tru s s fo r m, tb e p rn c p a ls a n l arch e d p u rln s, w th th e r cusped p a n els and m o u ld lu g s b e n g d es gn ed n k e e p n g w th th e p e ro d ad o p ted. T h e a to n e tr a c e r y w n d ow s n th e s ou th e rn tr a n s e p t an d chancel h a v e s ta n e d g la a s w o rk o f th e fo llo w n g su b je c t s : John and C h arles W es le y. C h rst c a lln g H ts D s c p le s," a ls o tw o w n d o w s to tb e j>rop h ets, a n d a n o th e r to th e a p o s tle s, *h e U t te r w ork b en g sp e ca lly d edcated n m em o r y o f th e la t e C a p ta n D aw so n and P r v a te G u th re, r e la t v e s o f M r. an d M rs. F re d C u ll an d fa m ly, w h o s e g e n e ro u s and p a tr o tc a c to n re n d e re d th e e r e c to n o t th a c h a p e l lble. A th r d f e a t o r e s th e h e r a ld c c a r v n g e.ve- cu ted upon th s s to n e s h e ld s b u lt e x t e r n a l ly w th n c u sp ed p a n e lln g b e n e a th th e c h a p r w n d o w s. T b e a n u s a n d c r e s ts o t 18 o t t b b e s t-k n o w n O x fo rd c o lle g e s a r e h e ro p la c ed, an d m a k e a v e r y n t e r e s t n g fe a tu r e. H e r a ld c w o r k s a ls o c a r v e d u p o a t b s s h e ld s a t th e c h a p e l e n t r a o c e p o rch, r e p r e s e n tlu g tb e c v c a r m s and th e c r e s t o f th e c t y * o f S ta ffo rd. n th e m e m o ry o f t h e b r th p la c e o f th e d on o r. T h e c h a p e l e x e m a lly s f u r th e r e n rc h e d b y s u lta b ly -e a r v e d g a r g o y le s, c ro c k e ts, a n d b o e s. 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T h e c n rrlffu lu m f o r, p r m s r y s c h o o ls p r o v d e s f o r th e s tu d y o f th e elcm c n tb o f a g r c u ltu r e b y ro ean s o f th e s ch o o l ga rd r n. w h e re th e p u p ls a r e e n c o u ra g e d to ron rtn ct e x p o r m e a t a l p lo ts, w h c h le a d to an a p p r e c a t o n o f t h e b e n c fls t o b e d e r v e d fro m th o a p p lc a to n o f p c e n tlflc p rn c p le s tb p r m a r y p ro d u cton. T h e r e a r e n u m b er- le s s n s ta n c e s w h e re t h e s ch o o l g a rd e n has p rn vc d a m o d el an d an e x a m p le f o r n e g h - h o r n g fn r m e r s. t o w h o m t h as b e e n o f g r e a t a w s s U n cc.** _ \ L E l TEXAXT rr.ane. \ ARMAN RETlBNS. A m o n g tb e re tu rn ed s o ld e r s y e s t e r d a y w a s ; L e u t. C lffo r d C ra je, R.A.F., y o n g e H son o l : M r. W a lt e r G. 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T h e Jwhsle p ero d o f b s w a r s e r v c e w a s s p e n t n B e lg u m an d F ra n c e. H e w a s n B e lg u m w h e n th e n e w s re a c h ed h m tb a t b e b ad b een s e le c te d by th e N e w S o u th W a le s G o v e rn m e n t a s on e o f th e n e w m em b erb o f th e P u b lc S e r v c e B oard. T h e d stn g u s h e d C v l s e r v a n t, w b o c om m en c ed h s c a r e e r h ere aa a G o v e rn m e n t c le r k n w a s t o h a v e b ee n k ceom p a n ed b y h s w f e an d c h ld fro m E n g lan d, A s sh w a s u n a b le to s ec u re b e rth s ftn th e M a ra th o n. M rs. W lla m s had to w a t lo r a n o th e r shp. lo r a n o tn e r snp. : L lc u l. W lllla m B r e c e v e d h s d s c h a rg e a f t e r t m e d tc a l e x a m n a to n b e fo r e le a v n g th e 3uffet. AMSTRALAH MUSEUM. 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HUGHES. lafopmatjun haa been recered n Sydney mat tbe Ar Force Cross bas been awarded to rght-captal Geoffrey Forrest Hughes, M.C. pplala Hughes s tbe youngest son of Sr lomaa Hugtaea, M.L.C., and Lady Hugbea, fd bla only brother. Captan Roger Forreat kghea, wag klled n acton durng the Somma ance n December. 191S, whle aervng wth: A.A.M.C. Sr Thomas and Lady Hughes gone to New York n order to meet Hughes, who a returnng va S&n C O. ln Hughes a 24 yeara ot age and a > f Sydney. Ha bas prored bmself a X h d sklful arman, as ha decoratons 1 tact tbat he has been mentfodod] tmes n deapatcbea for vsoable aer- JjsUfy. From St. gnatus* College, ftw, where he erhbtod fne athletc he passed to Sydney UnlrersUy, phe bad completed two years of the lurao when he left for England n order the R oy Flyng Corps. Before tho > held a commsson n the Australan -. y fc*»«a. 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P o p t h e p a s t te n y e a r s s u c ce sa ve G o v e r n m e n ts h a v e p r o m s e d t o a c q u r e L e g s la t v e c o n t r o l f o r v e te rtu a ry p r o fe s s o n, a n d a b l l h as b ee n n tro d u c e d o n s e v e r a l o cc a s o n s. b ut n e v e r c a r r e d b e y o n d th o p r e lm n a r y jt a g e a E v e n th e p r e s e n t M n s t e r f o r P u b lc n stn K T tlon h a e e h a r g e o f a b ll w h c h w a s r e a d f o r t b e flr a t lm e a lm o s t a y e a r a g o, an d BO f a r th e r e s n o n d c a t o n th a t he n te n d s t o p ro c e e d w th t, n o tw lth a ta n d ln g [th e f a c t th a t th e p ro p o s e d m e a e u re b a s b ee n d ra fte d o n w h a t o n e m g h t te r m "a d v a n c e d d e m o c r a tc l n e s, " an d p ro vfd e a f o r t h e r e g s tr a to n o f a ll p e rs o n s w h o s a t s f y a "b o a r d tb a t th e y p ossp ss reaso T m b le c la m s f o r r e g s tra to n. n v e w o f th e p ro te c to n th e p r o p osed m e a s u re w l l a ffo r d tb e g r n e r a l p u b lc, a o d th e m p e tn s f t w l l g v e t o t h e a y a te m a tc stu d y o f v e t e r t n a r y s c le n e e, t la d lffle n lt to u n d ersta n d th e h e e ta n e y - d s p la y e d b y t h e O o v e rn m e n t!n p r o c e e d n g w t th t b e b O l. A s t w n p r o v e o f c o n s d e r a b le v a lu e to,all o w n e rs o f l v e s to c k, t ah o u ld h a v e th e p l l s u p p o rt o f t h e r e p r e s e n t a tv e s o f a n tle c o u n tr y d a tp le ts. an d H e to b e h o p e d th a t a s p e c a l e ff o r t w l l b e m a d e t o p a s a th b ll t r o o g b P a r la m e n t b e fo r e th c lo s e o f th e»m ln g sesson. STONEY ENTOMOLOGLST MESOPOTAMA. S O LD E R S S A V E D KltO.M El TDEM rs. G ap tu n L a u n c e lo t H arrl so u, w h o r e tu r t to S y d n e y th s w c rk, h ad s o m c h ln g n te rr. l o g t o a a y y e s t e r d a y a b o u t h s th r e e y e a e x p e re n c e w th th e M es o p o ta m a n E x p e t t lo o a r y F o r c e a s A d v s o r y E n to ro o lo g h G e n e ra l H e a d q u a rte rs, w o r k n g u n d er t. o r d e r s o f the D r e c t o r o f M e d c a l S e r v c e s. C a p ta n H arrlb on, w h o w a s b orn n ftvc. ln g to n. N e w S ou th W a le s, o cc u p e d th o p os tlo n o f ju n o r d e m o n s tra to r n z o o lo g y n tb U n v e r s t y o f S yd n ey b e fo r e b e w e n t t o tb U n v e r s t y o f C a m b rd ge. N e x t w e e k h e com n cn cea n e w d u tes on tb o U n v e r s t y s t a ff h a s d e m o n s tra to r an d a s s s ta n t e c t r e r zo o lo g y. w a r a g a n s t t h e f l e s. T h s g ra d u a te o f th e U n v e r s t y o f S yd n; w a s a t C a ro b rd gb d o p g re s e a r c h w o r k A p r l, 1916, w h en he w s s a p p o n te d b y tl W a r O ffc e t o th e p o s to n w h c h n e c c s s ta t ] h ls h u rr e d d ep a rtu re f o r M e s o p o ta m a. A r v n g th e r e la t e n th e s p r n g o f 191*. C a ta n H a r r s o n s a w tb e e ffe c ts o f Che p la g u e. T h e condlllon o l th e f o r c e th e n, s a d th c a p ta n, w a s a p p a lln g, a n d a la r g e a m o u n t (h e d ls ra n c w a s u o d o u b to d ly fly -b o rn e. 1 e lm n a to n o f,th e fly w a s tb flra t p robl h e had to fa re, and. h a v n g boen snccu d f< th e Job. h r s e t lo w o r k a f t e r c o m n g l o t l d e c s o n t h a t t h r o n ly w a y t o p r o t e c t t> h e a lth o f th e tr o o p * w a s to p r e v e n t fl b r e e d n g a lt o g e t h e r. W t h h s p la n s ft { p ro v e d o f by g e n e ra l h ea d q u a rte rs, a s y s te m t h e n c n e ra to n o f a ll ru b b s h an d re fu s e «o s ta b ls h e d th ro u g h o u t (h e fo r c e. [ T b e c o n s tru cto n o f th e s e n c n e r a t o r s w a l le o m e t h n g n th e n a tu re o f an a c h e v e m e n t o f th e p a r t o f th e troop s, a s th e o n ly m a t e r a l a v a la b le w e r e b o o p -lro n, k e r o s e n e tn s, 7Dud. W t h th e c o -o p e r a to n o f tb e u n ts s th e r o ffc e rs t h e s y s te m w o r k e d a d m r a b b E v e n n S a n n a ly s l tren c h e s. 120 y a rd s f r c f tb e T u rk s, th e n c n e ra to n s y stem w a s «re d ou t. T b e r e s u lt w a s th a t n p la c e th e usual au tu m n fly p la g u e, fro m w h c h t {m e n h ad s u ffe re d, t h e r e, w e r e p r a c t c a lly f le s n th e fg h tn g a r e a, an d fly -b o rn o d J e ss e d e c re a s e d m o ro th a n 50 p e r c en t- H a v n g a c o m p a c t r o U ta ry a rea. C a pt, K a r r l80n w a s a b l* to m a k e ttae e x t e r m n a t e o f th e fly a lm o s t a c o m p le te b u cccm n 1$ L a t e r, a ft e r th e ra p tu re o f B tgdsd and 1 B p llu ln g o t t h e fo r c e n to sttuq b od e s,, m en W ere o fte n m x ed ud w t h n a t v e s whr lld e a s o f s a n ta tlo Q w e r e p t.lx b ly p retn atu T h e n e w d ffc u lte s w e re, h o w e v e r, o v c rc o n and t w a s o o ly on o c c s b o d s t b s t th e fll ]w e r e r e a lly trou b le s o m e. G r e a t r a r e had b e ta k e n d u rn g o o o r a tlo n s w h en th e sold * to o k o v e r f o o l gro u n d w h c h h». b e e n occ p led b y th e T u rk *. OTHER HEALTH PUOBLEMS. T h e o t b e r b e a th p ro b le m s n M cs o p o ta m ln cln d cd sadfly te v o r. T h s tt > e r. w h le b > [d a n g e ro u s, w a s v e r y d ob J lla tn s- U tf; 1ca u s e d b y t h e b t * o a m n u te fly o f t h e xcflft P b le b o to o u s. T h s t n y n s e c t cau sed u o j tr o u b le a o d pala th an a n y o h c r p ea t n tl c a m p a g n. an d. u n fo rtu n a te ly, n o n ca u s.g e t t n g r d o f t had b ee n d s c o v e re d. T h e e p d e m c o f ty p h u s an d r e la p s n g f c v am o n g th e T u rk s, b oth o u s e -c a trle d dt.ftease.s cau a ed n o e n d n ( a la r m a n d a n x e ty, a s t " m o s t m p o r ta n t tb a t th e B rts h tr o o shou ld b e k e p t c le a r o f th e s e o u tb re a k s. T en o rd o a s n u m b e r o f T u rk s h p r k o o e n d urln j th e K u t - e l- A m a r a o p e ra to n s n e c e s s ta te d u d, B le e p n g w a tc b fu ld e a s a n d a c t v H y n th e d r p r e e lln g s ta to n s. T h e m e d lr g l s t a f f b s v n o th e r d u tle e. O e b u lk o f th le w o r k f e l l t o C a p ta n H a r ts o n. O w n g n a la r g e m e a s u re th e p re c a u to n s w h ch w e re ta k en, th e r e w n o t a s n g le e a s e o f ty p h u s o r re la p s n g f c v a m o n g th o B rts h s o ld le ra. L a t e r ou, m e t b e c a m e n fe c te d Vlrough c o n ta c t w th th e na* tv p o p u la to n d u rn g th e o p o ra to n s o n t h t ll er.ftaa b o rd e r. YVhUc c a r r y n g o o n v e s llg a tln n s n th e lac la tlo n h o s p ta l a t B a gd a d. C a p t a lr F la rrla o b e c a m e n fe c o d w th ty p h u s, and he -was n jv a ld c d t o n d a n June. 191S. A f t e r th e s gn l a g o f t b e a r m s t c e h e went fr o m n d a t E n g la n d. A N C E N T A N D V E R Y F E R r r L B, C a p ta n H a r rs o n d es crb e d fh e s a fl o l M rso -. p o t a m U a s w o n d e r fu lly f e r t le. E v e n w h le 11 w a a uedpp m lllt A r y o c c u p a to n th e r e w a a ab u n d a n t g r a lo an d fo d d e r ( o r thv. whole l o r lb o ld e n ta lly h * re tu rn ed e n to m o lo g lu t s ta t th a t he afsatcd n ru n n n g a r a lw a y th ro u " U r o f th e C b a le e s." n o w o n ly s h e a p m ounds, a n d n th e r c p to ra tlo n o f p a ls a d! o t a 2 4 -a rch stem b r d g o e rc c to d b y V e paslan. Cl)t :&)nf) Honm g?)rrnr! T U K. " D A Y, J U. Y 22, l O l o V M a jo r R o b e r t D c k, M.B,, D.M L, o ffc e r o f h e a lth f o r th e N e w c a s tle dc has b ee n m e n to n e d n d e s p a tc h e s b r * D o u g la a H a g f o r h s d s tn g u s h e d a e r v k l H o w a s a m e d c a l o fflc o r o f th o C o m m o n w M lt a r y F o r c e s p r o r to th e w a r. a n d w le a v e n E n g la n d a t tb e o u tb re a k o f < tn le s. t w a s n o t p o s s b le th e n to Jon. A. L F. n E n g la n d, e o h e b ec a m e a tta c h e d dur th e B r t s h W a r O fflce to th e R.A.M.G. la e rv o d n F r a n c e fro ra th e c em m en c on c fl th e c a m p a g n n 1914 t o th e s g n n g o f ftrm ls tc e n 1918 w th th e A e tr a lla u V * l u-ry H o s p ta l, w h c h n 1916 b ec a m e th e L rltlb h S ta to n a r y llo s p tu J. ;frlonmg TH URSD AY, JULY 24, J9W..[ - M a jo r Joh n P. G. F tz h a r d n g e. M.C., A.A.M.C., son o f Ju d ge F U zb a rd n g e. l tu rn n g w th h s r e g m e n t, th e 6th H o r s e (a f t e r s e r v n g f o r th re e y e a r s f l fle ld n E g y p t, S n a, an d P a le s t n e ), o l tr o o p s h p M ad ras, w h lc b s due n S y 4 A u g u s t 4. " l

19 4 U ) t y a n t p H o r n m g J j t a l b, V SATU RDAT. JU LY 2«. lolo. r sn: DOCGLAS MAWSOX. AS KNEW HM. CRY J. L COLLNSON CLOSE, F.R.O.a.) F ln d ers and Bass, n tb c r ltt le boat, Sm rt. M U rh c ll. LcJcbhardt. th e G re go n s, Eruest G les. Su< h nam es ndoro the annals Of A u strala n geograp h y. But w h at fgure n southern scen tfc e xp lo rato n a graduate o f Au ptralla s un ltersu les has fred publc m- tgln a tlon m ore tban th a t o f S r D o u g la s! M avbon? made hla acquantance (h o w as then D octo r Jaw son) tow ards th e end o f 191T. when he accorded m e the p rv le g e nnd dstncton o f m em bttshlp n h s A u strala sa n.\ntarctlc E xp edton, whch le ft H u b art fo r A d e lc Lar.d aod o th e r A n ta rc tc coasts n D ecem ber o f th at year. A m em b er o f h s man b a s e," was n tm a te ly a-ssoelated w th th e d octo r rur- n g H e waa then 30 yen rs o f age. For the o u ter man. hs fare and Bgure ( b eleve he stood about 6 f 5 nches) con veyed an m- presblon o f q u et aelf-con fldence. p ersstency,] puteace. and eq u a b lty o f tem ner. lnked up w th youth, g re a t p ow ers o f eodurance, and tlreleas ten acty. H s s u p eror length o f ; lm b m u st b ave stood tlm n good stead n ha pan fu L te rrb le froaen m arches, when retu rn ug to ro m m o n w e a lh Day n January- F ebru ary, b ere ft o f lls tw o fe llo w - sledgcrs. and ntus o l th e G reenland dogs- S lm llarly. we m ay m agn e, he acted upon hs return fro m the South M agn etc o le, s everal years e a rle r, when speed n g up b s sledge to n tercep t the N m rod, h om ew ard bouud. } ( t was upon th s h sto rco cc a s o n. t s sad, L th at P ro fe ea o r D avd g a lla n t old w a rro r! d elgh ted the w o rld w th hs frst exclam aton > o f g re e tn g to th e shp, **We h ave heen to the M agn etc P ole, and M awson s down a ) c re v a s s e! w ords w o rth y a n che o f tb e lr own lo th t arch ves o f p ola r tr a v e l.) T h o D o cto r s was a p ers o n a lty a t once a t r fn g and w n n n g o hlend o f s tren gth w th gcn tlon ess. fran k openness w th a certan r e serve, re a d y humour, a p p rec a tve ra th er than creallve, w th n leu ec tu a lty o f an unusually hgh trder, and k nd ly n dulgen ce w th p u r.l posefal reso lve. H s m nd appeared e v e r w e g h n g and m easurng, e F tlm a tln g men and matertlrl, p ro b a b ltes and p oes lb llltes. causes and tjffectfl. And th rou gh ou t t a ll seemed vncom scously to run, lk e " w e f t through th«w ap. a cu rou sly odofnfthle. n lau gb le th re a d o f tb e occult, as m agn etc ae o ex p lc- ahlk N o t tb e occu ltsm o f th e fan atc, or. o f tn o p rofessed "m y s tc. who pereuades th e [ creuuloub, and occaaou ally h m self, that ho bcd the n herent w eaknosscs o f the com - c la y o f humanty. N o r w as t the m ag- o f c erta n dark orbs, w h ch frequ on tly pear when the n ta l mpressons, ted m o ro ly by th e colo u r o f tb e rs, are ned aw ay. F o r M awsnn w a s essca ta lly man, whose fne. n tros p ec tv e eyes, c lea r, com prebcadn g, and a trllc cold pose, m gh t have token th e r hue from A r has mon netl dsa effec reas a fa calm n thc a v u r e v au lt o f h eaven, or fro m the palor turqn lse tn ts o f th e P o la r k o. HJs head, eurnt unted b y ts fa r, ra th er (r s p har, was dom e- shaped and m assve. t o fte n occurred to r-h h ow m arked w as th e resem b lan ce o f bs foreh lad to th a t o f th e fam ous A rctc e x p lo re. D r. F r d tjo f Nansen, ju d gn g from portr; lts. B u t th ere. thnk, f w e cxoept the F cnera l s m la rty o f frnoss. a ll real resr bance ceased, fo r M aw son s m anner and rmd. e x p rs a lo n w ere ha own. N otw U h - ea. ln g th e a lm oo t un preceden ted p rva ton, hard hp. and a n x o ty o f hla dreadful journ ey, met oned above, m ade o v e r h e a v ly crovassen ce. (done and p ra c tc a lly s tarvn g, n b lt- rarc aud d rftn g sn.m, th s n trep d tra v e le r gtly retaned, upon reach n g S ydney th e tolcwymg year, th at s n g u lar rouem ent o f s k r f ant] fea tu re fo r w hch bo w as alw ays V rflr k a b le. T o com plete th e pctu re o f ex- te r fn ls. hs fac*. clean-sh sven n clvlllb-atun, [ bearded n Jolar w n ter, waa pale, c k a r - n t.l T o ll-fo rm c d, and aajooth. th e m outh frm. fa rjly la rg e, and o f p lea sn g expresson, r * -, v<*(lt;g a sph-»d<d double ro w o f.teeth w b e n -1 s n lllln g o r eon«erf-lng. A n y frst mprcsblon of coldness soon thawed uw.ay n the gen a l sunshne n f hs read y sm le and hs e v e r :ou reou s and charm n g manner. la th e enug lt t le hom e b y th e w n d -sw ep t Warror th e d oc to r was a t once ou r leader and yom rade, ad vacr and fren d. Level-h ea ded )nd unperturhf-d n e v e r y c ra a th e condodce e naplred, no k s s b y b s e x c e lle n t q u a ltes >f lrdershlp than b s fe lc to u s ohooe o f lom mlbsarlat, outtt, and hounlng, accounted u rgely fo r tho harm ony am ong our clos e ly mnftnod perty. A lth ou gh accom plsh ng a p ro- lkoua am punt o f w o rk h fm aelf. be n ev e r M--raed to hurry, n o r dd he h urry oth ers. Alw ays con s d c M te o f th e fo o la g s o f ha fc l- ows, b s con cse o"d crs took che form o f lo llte rcquceta. Ha ap p rec a ted the e ffo rts b f ha m en a l a ll tm es, and w as e v e r s o l- :ltoub o f th e w e lfa re o f an y who w ere sck hr ed porarly d aab k d, w h ch w as fortu n a tely tu t 861( W h eth e r w e sou gh t hs gudance ta ck n g sto res and bcnxju to bruak the fea rfu l w n d -to rce, n th constru.ton or alterato n o f s led gln g-gear, ur eve n rogu rdlag the paych olu slcal m om ent fo r addng aapara- - o r "U a x o to th e b o ln g soup th e re d -h o t Jtov., the aame even - neas o f b ea rn g w as alw ays ap p a rent- t w as th e b ea rn g o f a thoroughly cam ble o rganser, s tra te gst, aud pra;tl«sj W orkman, ab le to cope w th an y em ergency. W e r e he ad m rn g a ra re r.n d" under tho )a c te ro o g ls t» m krob copc, o ffe rn g a sugge. l * on * n b lrd-a lu ffln g, c lea a n g o f... or.rt-nrrgngem ent h ej pononenot w n -g e o lo g s e r," the bause o f green gla u con te, o r eom m en tng on the rae\v o f s h o v elk a g out snow U* exh b ted d es re lo assst and encourage us- Wcu-. much upon hs mnd, and N atu re a g a ln a l 1 n p (jrp "tu a ly bad w en tln T, thc D octo-a, b o tlhunle and courtcjy n ever d eserted hm. u a v" often watched la w so n, n a d m ru -l. n und wourter. s ttn g wlrh prncu n hand ac- \l p ap ers b efo re hnt, absorhnd n eom e a - sp prubrm, slen t, coucen rated, and ap- _ -ly w h o lly o bllvln t;* o t t;." K hjrtly eh U lek ln g uf ten ho-thnd demuus wlthujt. JuHM. overh ead and a ll around, v o e n c th e vet-, g e s ln c e o f *(ome t5 o r 9u m le blszar-l p -u rgl : d rf-b noft t h lk as p- u sou p (-th n o jb h j L a plank b etw x t u? n rd e te rn ty. Suth are born to com m and: [ u,.tvsuvv«.-, uuurbg a sugge. «fflng, clcaang of a s-albkl jjx nt of dog-harncss, explalnln U o f "S. Elmo s F re. or.,1f" l4 ; c!,e-4!ea» o f -Yar W & aj elaarra n w? "a n ru rr r-.-ver -» M ah ty l.. c tto f- H.-p.w. HU lf- c k c d r tfunp. &:Vr t--sr =-: badly, ;n v *w!n dcgrets. The "A u r ln rs " o most w on d erfu l faacm atlnn. Swhcn. a fte r thc perod o f n cn -vlslm H v lloc.ng ts flrst true Appenrano", tht. D o cto r Jr d n nhtht S o clock one even ng, de rrl;ldc cnhuaasuuau y "p n e au roral arc. js fu (h o o tn g ttrc a n ers and cu rtan e ffjc t s - jaj.;;(h.d cth rod and green c olo u rs s l o v r r jthe sky. thrrn w n not u n n x lu rn lly a c on - sd.rs l- e v r the hut. W th n th ree e.:r- jodb o f tm e som e 15 men had stam peded fo r U L ; en lrsn ce. T h.s,, plng to :-"nh n the jflrsl d oo rw ay en route, c o lld d voru y n lls m radae v c n ty th e d s o rd e rly >m- cesslon ron ssortn g ts e lf upon th e p rn cp le o f 1 FUrvv.Tl o f tho ftte s t m uch rs w e mnv fcm aghc the ease w th N s l.? la rg e r rnnm- h a l a ahon the A rk anchored on.\rar«t. The woloura dls*trycd lu the asro r3 --th t benurl- ful, u n crta n, alm oe p h c rc plenom onon. so shm m erng. elher-.ml and a h o s tly v a ry n tb c r legrces o f n tc n rty. anfl n crastcnally n g - p ettu on the su h jcrt would r o s o l v thorn- selves n to nathtb o f opnon. : MawaonB a r ts tc eye w oa e v e r a le rt to rem ark ra r* y.,>tons o f c oo u r. and -o ro l! atten ton to thenj. And w h os- o cu ld", BM..- u.ns n ot-ra vsh ed b y th e slorn m tln.n Of lh o c e -g lr l sna, n Us nuny tnood?: by the pcrnnnent cobalt, sapphre, -nd ttr.-juose o f the crevasbos; hy tb e v lrg n -w h U c e -o v - rrods: b y the a ll to o tran se n t sunset aff-ct- o f burnshed brass blazoned on th e b a rre r w a ll, o r o f rldcseenf. rubhs sca ttered n tboubsdclb o e r hare and w ln d -sa cp t gla ce r --; by a ll th e exq u ste p srorem s o f s ra rle - and gold, oran ge and v o le t, n ave nn- saffron, lla c and green, c op p er and p u rg.u crm son and g re y -pach n ls p rsttre p u rtv or hlendu 5r. - v e rv con c ev a b le shade.tl gr.uatlon nf lo lo r a w crlth o f lov»lln > >= dl-pens--j by n atu res lavsh hand o e r lho w«de expan e- o f sky. sea. and tue? ll the doc to r keen humo-jr unlu-d h ap p lv w th hts lo v e fo r V h cru tfl and h s <tevcmo: to s-.ence. lls Joke? w e re a lw a ys gen era l end ev rybodyb p ro p erty, end w h en d rec t --! n av person con veyed no stn g. H e a rty, alraoet bovsh. enuustasm pos.rcbbod blm Bl n u -o f-d o o r u r ullr, whether condm-cu;c or d rec tn g scen tfc procodur., ra n l-v sledge dogs, r g g n g wr-csh u-ts. w a e h lr: a s n o w -p e tre ls flgh t o r h - cu rou s w a ys o f a W ed d ell real, o r la u gh ln * a t th e qu ant antlea o f th e Ad-Je pen.tulns, q u a rrelln g n h e lr rcaerahle "n o k e c lc s, to th e s c rc rc h l; nne o f "T<B.-kek k ak -kak-k a.a-a-a: K ak -ktk- k a k -k a k -k a a -a -a! T h "re wjs n oth n g "w ld and w o t about M av*n- -\nd he n ever ns 1 T lh e r t h n B hun er o? polar boar nnd nu.*k nx, he typfl- 1 h " rnrrnal, r u n ly. n tel! c ttw le v o e e o f scence who would d are a ll, rs k a ll n n o s erv c e o f bs (od4 es& S R SAMUEL GEFFTH. FU D A T. JD1.T!5. 191S. y J p u b l c TEALTH.N MGOUOUS POACY. o m X E D BT NEW MNSTER. T h e now M n s te r fo r P u b lc H e a lth, M r. D avd S torey, yesterd a y sounded th e s logan o f Do t n ow. A s tb e.resu lt o f a c o n fe r ence w h ch be had yesterd a y w th th e P r e m e r and S r G eorge F u lle r, b e has d eter- mned to ta k e a t once vgo ro u s acton n re gard to a e v era l publlo h ea lth m a tte rs w h lcn.ca ll fo r m m ed ate rem edy, and w h ch w ll n ot requ re to a w rt le g s la tv e aanctlou b efo re ben g e n tered upon. Mr. S to re y p lacea tb e dread n aton a l scou rge o f tu berculoss, w h ch causes m o re death s an n ually than an y o th er m a lad y, frst. T b e r e cent ou tbreak nf n B uen :a has been responat- ble fo r a sad to ll o f human lfe, ho sad "n fla c a za, h ow ever, w th a ll ts d reads, m-ty be regarded fo rtu n a te ly fro m th e stan d p o n t o f a p assn g phase. T b e m en acn g a s p ec t o f tu berculoss, on tb e oth er hsnd. s e v e r p re sent, and ap art fro m tb e enorm ou s num ber o f valu a b le lv e s w hch t e la n u each yea.*, th ere la the loss o f p ro d u cn g p ow er w blch ts ra va ges occason n tb e ranks o t tho.re who suffer u n tl tb ey a re cured, o r tbe dsease p revals." A t p res e n t tbe san atorum at W u torfa ll bas to accom m odate cases n a ll stages, b e sad. H o p e le ta and c u ra ble c a s e } th erefo re re a c t upon each o th er, to th e r mutual doadvantage. A s a rem ed a l m easuvo b e proposes th e e rec to n o f a c c o m m u d a tlo a. w th n th e spacous grou nd s o f th a C o a s H o sp ta l fo r advanced cases. T h a w ll r e s u lt n th e n sttu to n a t W a t e r fa ll b ecom n g a san atorum n tb e true sense o f the w ord. T he estab lsh m en t o f ru ra l c m p s tfo re s try and oth er occu p aton s) fo r c on v a le sc e n t a n l arrested cases on tha N e w E nglan d ta b le la n l snd th e w estern p lan s, w h ere such lg h t occupaton s as w a ttle b ark cu ltu re, etc.. w ll be gone on w th a t once. T h e s e cam ps b a v e boon a o p e ra to n n N e w Z eala n d to r som e tm e, aad h ave p roved a g r e a t succosa, ac sad. R e fe r rn g to th e qu eston o f m a te rn ty a c com m odaton, M r. S to re y sad th a t th e e a s t ern p orton o f th e m e trq p o lla B a rea w as a lrea d y w e ll catered f o r b y such n stta tlo n a.as th e R oy al H o ep lw l fo r W o m en, the C row n- s tre e t H o sp ta l, and St. M a rg a re t s HospltaJ h ot th at t waa e v d en t tb a t ad d to n a l p ro vso n fo r m a te rn ty cases w a s re q u red a t such oo otres as N o rth Shore. P a rra m a tu, R ock da le-k o gara h, and South Sydney, and thla would have to be p rovd ed s s sp e ed ly as p o s sble. N e w c a s tle w as a n o th e r cen tre wbun would not be oterlooked. Mr. S to re y a lso p ro jec ts th e e stab lsh m e n t o f re s t hom es f o r m oth ers, and th e p ro vs o n o f a s ta ff o f qu alfed "h o u s e k e ep e rs to look a fte r the n te re sts o f th o hom e d h rn g the tem p orary absence o f th e m o th e r n h o sp ta l and re s t hom e. O th er m a tte rs c la m n g the atten to n o f thn M n s te r w ll be tho p ro vls lo u o f ad d to n al b ab y c ln cs, th e re g s tra to n o f nurses and m d w ves, and an e xten stoo o f operaton s ag an st th e ra va g es o f v en e rea l d s ease and cancer. " h ave put m y hand to th e plou gh, and 1 shnll not tu rn back, sad M r. S to rey. "T h e needs o f th e p oo r and th e leas fo rtu n a te ly cronm stan ced o f tbe m d d le clasees m u st e m et n regard to h o sp ta l, m a te rn ty, and o th er accom m odaton, and h ave d eterm n ed th at eom e w h a t w ll w e m ust fnd th e funa to enable ou r p eo p le to b e a atron g. h ea lth y. and v r le race. A s s u re d ly no b e tte r n a t o p, jnvcslnk -ut can be fou n d." SKETCH OF A NOTABLE CAREER. T h e re tre m e n t o f th e R g h t Hon. S r Sam uel W a lk e r G rlfflth, P.O.. G.C M.O.. L L.D.. C h e f Ju stce o f th e H gh C ou rt o f A u stralta, w h ch s ab o u t to take place, w ll re m o ve from- p u b lc lfe one who, b y h la a c tu al p e r form an ces, and ha re m a rk a b le n te lle c tu al p ow er, la e o U lc d to rank am on g tbe g ro a to st A u stra la n s. A s a s ts te sm a a o t n o ta b le c o n s tru ctve a b lty, as a ju r s t w h o took an mth-rtant p a rt h fra m n g tb o F e d e ra l C o n sttu ton, and as th e C h e f Justc e o f th e p rn cp a l C ou rt n A u e tra lla. S r Sam uol G rffth s n m oag tbo s e le c t fe w who can f a r ly c lam tb a t th e y o etobllsh ed tb e yonng Au stralan naton. H s career, w t h. l U h s to ry o f fne ach evem en t and o f con -. s ele n lou s s erv c e to p u b lc n terests, s a n ] n s p ra to n to a ll young A u strala n s. S r Sam uel Q rfflth w a s o n ly n ne y e a rs old when he cam e te A Q s lra lla w th b s fa th e r, th e R e v. E dw ard G rlffltb, a C o n gre gato n a l m n s te r. H e w a s -born a t M erth yr-t yd vm. South W a le s on Jane S. MS. S r S am u el c s le d hs b ea u tfu l bungalow hom e on th e banks o f th e B rsb an e R v e r, M erth yr, o fto r hs n a tv e v lla g e. H a a rrv e d n A u stra la n 1851, th e fa m ly lv n g frst a t p sw ch and th en a t M alta n d. and a t D rsbane. Ttae fu tu re C h ef Justce saw s t close qu a rters m uch o t th e roughn ess and v g o u r o f those e a rly p o n e ern g d ays n Queensland. H e w as edu cated b y M r. R o b e rt H orn m an, S ydney. an d snbsequently a t M atlan d b y th e R ev. W. M T n ty re. Tn 860 he e n tered th e U n v e r s ty o f Sydney, h avn g m a tfc la te d at th e e a r ly age o l 15. H e p roved a b r lla n t sch o lar. A t 18 he b ecam e a B a ch elor o f A rts, o b ta n n g frst-cla a s honours n c lasscs and m ath em atcs. H e w o o tb o M o rt tr a v e lln g s ob o larsb lp n 186f, a t the age o f 2fl. T h s enabled h m to go to B v ro p e to con tn u e hs studes, and a c h e v e b s M.A. d egree. On retu rn n g fro m E u rop e, th e y o u n g man to o k up th s p ro fe ss o n o f law. B y a lucky chan ce he was a r tc le d to M r. A r th n r M ac- a ls te r, o f B rsb an e, w th w bom he w aa a f te rw a rd s assocated n p oltcs. S r S a m u e l: w a s r a le d to thc Queensland B a r n 1867, b e- n g th en o n ly 23 y ea rs old. H s rem a rka ble t n telleocu a l p ow er and fals m a stery o f law md procedu re a t once b rou gh t h m a b g practce. F v e yea rs la t e r he e n tered th e P a rla m en ta ry a ren a o f Q ueensland a s m ero- >cr f o r E a s t M oreton. n P a rla m e n t ble o rc e fu l p ers o n a lty soon won h m a fo rem o s t losltlon. n a t tho age o f 29, b e w as p p o ln te d A tto rn e y -G en e ra l, b en g assocated Wth b s fo rm er c h e f, M r. M a c a lls te r, P ro - n e r and fro m th a t tm e on w ard he becam e t p o w er n S ta te p o ltcs. H e w as th e frst rfln ls te r fo r E du ca ton n Queensland under, knd th e au th or o f, th e A c t w h lcb m ade edu caton tree, secular, and com pu lsory. H e held many p o r tfo lo s n suhsequent ye a rs, and h a s P re m e r d u rn g th reo d ffe ren t term s. He re tre d fro m p o ltc s when. n he sms ap p on ted C h e f Justce o t Queensland. A n o tab le n cden t n S r B a m u ers c a re er occu rred n 1379, wben he sated fo r E nglan d n o rd e r to atten d w b at was know n a s th e S teel R a ls Cm nralsalen. w hch had r e fe r ence to c erta n G o vern m en t con tracts placed n E n glan d b y tb e M T lw ra th A d m ln lstra tn n, and o f w h ch tran sa cto n b e v a s a keen c rtc. On hs re tu rn (ro m E nglan d n 1R8 he m e t w th a lb e ra l ova ton, b en g escorted by a to rc h lg h t processon fro m th e w h a rf to th e T o w n H a ll. H s outspoken c r tc s m o f tb e s te e l rs lls c on tra c ts had evok ed a storm o f p op u lar a p p ro va l. H s p a rty w as retu rn ed to p o w e r a t tb e n ex t elec to n, n 1883, and t w as then th a t h e, fo r th e flrs t tm e, b e cam e P rem er, t w as d u rn g h s te rm as P r e m e r ta 1888 th a t he w as c rea ted K.C.M.O., and nne years la t e r he re c e v e d th e Grand C ross o f th e sam e ord er. S r Sam uel m ade h s th rd v s t to Lon don la and atten ded a con feren ce o f re - p resed tatves o f h e r M a je sty s colo n a l poa- DB. th e o b je c t o f w b lch w aa to c on s u lt t e!! ou m a tte ra o t gen era l m p e ra l n tercau H s la rg e e x p e re n c e o f -tn te rc o lo n u l affasj p roved o f n es tm a b le Value, and t w a s la rge-1 ly o w n g to hs e ffo rts th a t such queston. a a th e p ro p o s a ls fo r tho n d m ln ls tra tlo a o f Papua and th e esta b lsh m e n t o f ttae A u strau an a u x la ry squadron w e r e b»y»oght to a defn te concluson - R n la e a -h e th en p vm u lea te d o f p re fe re n ta l trtade w th n th o E m p re soon becam e a m a tte r o f p ra c tc a l p olllv s, As P rem e r o f Queensland. Sr Samuel G rffth m ade an a tte m p t to end tb o "b la c k b rd - n g sca n d als,4s; con n ecton w th tb s re c r u t- ng o f kanaka la b o u r f o r th e Queensland su gar plattatlods. H e o a rred tbro ch P a r-, lla m e n t a b ll p ro v d n g th a t th e em ploym en t o f k an akas sbould ceaso a fte r seven ye a rs ; but as t was subsequ en tly sbowu th a t the sugar n d u stry w a s th reaten ed, tb s m easure was n o t m ade o p e ra tv e. R e c ru tn g o f labour, h o w ever, w a s p laced under s trc t re gu la to n, and m o st o f th o abuses w ars s w e p aw ay. n h s cap a c ty as P rem e r, also, S r S am u el d sp layed a fa rs e e ln g n te re s t n th e p o s to n o t N e w Gunea, and t w ss b y hs act that tb a t p rn ce o f slan d ad m ln lstra to ra. S r W lla m M acg regor, w a s sen t t o ta k e charge o f B rts h N e w G un ea n F o r 30 y e a rs b efo re 1900, Sajnuel G rlfflth w as an a rd s n t w o rk e r fo r fe d erato n and t s n tb a t re s p e c t th a t be placed h s n a r k m ost p ro m n e n tly on A u stra la n h sto ry. H la a c u * fa c u lte s and hla k n ow led ge o f C o n sttu to n al la w m ade hkn one o f th e m ost n o tab le fgures a t th e n te rc o lo n a l F e d e ra l C on ven ton n Sydney n 1883, and g a vo h m prom n en ce m th e m p o rta n t d evelo p m ent w lu h follo w ed. H a w a s p rea d e n t o f the F e d e ra l C ouncl a t the seaalons o f and w h e re b e w ae c lo s e ly a s socated w th S r H e n r y P ark es. Ha w aa c h a rm a n o f th o C o n sttu to n a l c om m lttre w hch a t tb s 1897 o o n ven to n d ra fte d the b U em b o d yn g a b ass lo r c on sttu tn g th e Au a- tralla n Com m on w eau b. T h a t b ll, on w hch S r Sam u el slam pod th e mprcb o f hs C o n sttu to n a l m n d, becam e th e m od el fo r the Cora-: m o o w o alth C o n sttu to n fram e d b y tb e N a to n a l C on ven ton o f , and adopted h f j the p eop le.. : T h e p ro m n en t p a rt U k e n by S r Sam uel n ad van cn g th e F e d e ra l cause b etw een 1830 ana 1893 w b e n he b ecam e C h ef Justce o f Queans- land smd h s subsequent dstngushed servca on th e B en ch, e n U lle d hm a b o ve a ll oth e rs to b ecom e th e frst C h e f Justce o f th e C om m on w ealth. and ha w a s ao appon ted on O o -, to b e r B, 1903, when th e H g h C ou rt w as crea ted. S nce then, h s g re a te s t w o rk has been d on e m n te rp re tn g the C on sttu ton a ta sk vfh lch, as th o se acqu an ted w th the h sto ry o f tb e U n ted S U tea w e ll know, m ay p ro fo u n d ly a ffec t th e subsequent d evelo p m ent o f th e n aton. H ow w e ll ho h as oarrod out th e d u te s g e n e ra lly o f C h ef Justce, and w th w h a t d g n ty and le a rn n g, a r e m a ttera o f g e n e ra l re co gn to n. H la Judgm enw h ave k e p t c le a r o f undue b r e v ty on th e on e hand, and o f w o rd n ess o o tho o th er, and are re ga rded b y th e le g a l n ro fesalo o aa m od els o f th e fo rm le g a l pronou ncem en ts should lake. W h en c o d fy n g th e la w s o f Queensland S r S am u el en gaged n a c rtc a l study o f th e ta la n lan gu age, end he to o k th e ta la n c rm n a l code, w hch tae re gard e d as th e beat n th e w o rld, as a b ass lo r th a t o f Q ueensland. H s k n o w led ge o f l U l U a le d hm on to a tr a n s la to n o f D an te s n fern o. whch bas been w a rm ly p ra s ed n lte r a r y qu arters. B esd es b en g a p rofou n d stu d ent and a lo v e r o f b ook s. S r S a m u ef G rffth s e ss en ta lly a man o f th e w orld, b e n g n te n se ly human n hs s ym p ath es and ou tloo k. A man o f s m p le ta stes, h e has en d eared h m s e lf to th e p eo p le, o f a ll shades e f opn on and w a lk s o f lfe,, who h ave com e n on ta c t w th hm, T h e r e tr n g C h ef Justce, w h o haa the dlo- tn c to n o t b en g th e o ld est s u rv v n g A u s-, tra la n K n g h t, waa m a rre d n 1870 to M ss Jula T hom p eon, a d au g h ter o f M r. J a m e Thom p son, th en Com m lsajoner f o r C row n Lan d s a t E a s t M alta n d.. -. S c e n c e n w a r WOMEN S AET. AUSS COSSLEY-BATT S STORY. A B a ch elor o f A rts, a B a ch elor o f S cen ce, a F e llo w o f th e B rts h Scence Guld, an O ffc e r o f the O rd er o f tbe B rb h E m p r e and a Blp o f a b rgh t-fsc e d. ty p c a l-lo o k ln g y o u n g Engllstawom an a t th at. N o r e th e rs a n yth n g o f th e b lu e-stock ng, th e pedant, a b o u t ber. M s s JU L. C o e a le y-b a t, w b o w e a rs m o d e s tly a ll theau gra ce s o f le a rn n g aud d ls-.tn c to n, s n tru th a v e ry human young.w om an, w th a p ro fo u n d ly lu teres tlu g s to r y to te ll o f a w ar w h ch w as la r g e ly on e o t sctence. ;N o t n n U l tn e h sto ry o f the g r e a t con lc t has b ee o w rtte n, and perh aps n ot e ve n th en fu r reasons ul b u c, w ll th e ru n p e le s to r y be t o ld o f b ow the wom en o f E ngland aldtmj s c- (*nce n m e etn g th e m ercu ess fe ro c ty, th e d e v n s h n geju ty. o l G enu an m eth ods o f.vr.r- ta re. Uno o f th ose wnmpn s Mas C o s ele y- U a tt, a gradu ate o f th e O x o rd U n lvprstv and o f th e Lon dofl U n lv e ra lv. H o r U-A. s an O x fo rd degre**, th ou gh she can n ot clam t aa th e m ere m a le does. H e r D.Sc. s a Lon don U n v e r s ty d egree. T h o O.B.E. ahe earn ed fo r h er w o rk n th e B rtls b Chem cal W a rfa r e D e p n rlm o n l d u rn g th e wnr, and eha,a n ow lo A u s tra la represcnclng the London "T tm o a trad e supplem eut. S o m uch b y w a y o f an n trod u cton..\n AK.MY OF W A R VYOyUDJ U w as on occouu t o f h er qu allfl aton# n tho feld o f ch e m s try th a t M t# G osn ley-b a tt was chosen as record-.*r n tb e Chem cal w a r fa r e D e p a rv-c n t..4. tran sfe r a t h er ow n o n accou n t o f h o r h ealth, saw h er la t-- fllh ng th e m o te re a o o n sb e p ost o f sen or u*.!en n - s p e c to r n tho o p tc a l m unu lons, glaasvrar# and p otash p rodu cton d ep artm en t o f rt MBL U t r y o f M u n lon s, and n travelu n g o v e r vast n etw o rk o f m u n ton :ctpres n G ra e B r lu n and lo F ra n c e *., [wonderful opportunty of seeng.m.n r E n g U n d a t w a r w ork. L au n dry m ads. -rc-r T m ak ers. and d o m e»llc erva n tfe a r d o f a hundred d ve rs e u p that v a s t arm y. 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20 la t r n c t lo M n th e s o c a l s ca le qu ck ly fo u o o a orjnon le ve l. H o w -.JU dorocstlo rvan<8 g o back to th hroom and th e mop. back to tb e d ru d gery o f ta M U b en. a fte r b a v ln a earn ed aa m uch a s 1» a w eek n tb e m u n ton fa c to re s? t s one f t t e p roblem # fa c n g th e B rts h a u t b o r lt lj M lss C o s a le y - B tt d d a o t p reten d an y a b lty te s o lv e l. but she s c on vn ced th a t thos who d o g o back to d om estc s l < t e w ll b e t te r w o rk n g c o n d ltlo n a H u n d reds o f thetn., h, w l l. ro u. ta lk o f k o ln c m t to tb o d o -; m n on s to A u s tra la and Canada, chefly- M on ey m u st h a v e verlw taly raned o t thes w om en. R om - o f th em w e re g e ttn g n th munltlod fa c to r e s a s m a n y p o o o d s a w e e k as. ta e y fo r m e r ly g o t s h lllln c s n d om estc ser-1 *** H G H WAGES. B u t th e y e a rn e d t *U. sad M sa C ossley* B a tt to a " H e r a ld re p o rte r. " A * h g h aa B B a w e e k w a a p a d to nome o f th em, n or wan th a t p ad o n ly n s o la te d cases. 1 h av aeeo th e m o n ey p ad v h ave seen o th e r r t r ls e a rn n g as teurh a s B 9 and 10 a w eek Some o f th em w ll p h llo s o p h c sn y a n * c h e e rfu lly g o back to th e r o ld p d tttlo n s M d em al w ages, cotftant n th e k n o w led ge th a t th ey have heen o f aom e s e rv o e to tb e r coun* try. O fh ers o f th em w lu n e v e r HCcnatOkS, th em selves ag an to th e old lfe un less t 1* made b r x k U r an d w d e r f o r th em. T le s a. w om en w e re jtm t as e s s e n ta l t o B rta n lo th * dark d ays o l w a r s 3,w o r e o n r s o ld e rs n tb e fro n t-ln e t r e n c h * * F r o q ) a ll cou n lee, from all claascs of lfe, they entere<t the facto re s lo o k n g g e n e r a lly th e p c tu re o f robuah h ea lth y lfe. B e fo re lo n g yo u w o y ld dad th em lo n ld n g ss y a llo w as stoyorelgns. B u t th e y w o rk ed o a h e r o lo n lly n tb e e x p lo s v e fa c to re s, n th e chem c a l la e to fle s. n th e e n g - n ee n n g, a r c ra ft, and s ce n tlflo nstrum anh fa c to re s, and a lo n g o th e r cha n n els o f U b d u r h th e rto unknow n to th em. A m d n g acd r e to rts and c o n c en tra to n a a d te s tn g plan ta. and am det v a s t n etw o rk * o f m a ch n ery, th e y d a ly lv e d n a d an ger s o n *. n o n * b g f * c - to ry. e m p lo yn g 9600 g r ls, th e re w e re 700 casu altes a w eek. Som e lo s t th e r llv#, o th e rs w e re tn ju red fn s s c o re o f wajm. N o t a fe w o f th e w om en w a r w o rk e rs hav b een m ade m e n b e ra o f tb e B rts h O p tcal S o c e ty because O f th e r h gh ly u s e fu l la b o u r}. T o s ta te, f o r fastaoo, th a t a lo t o f ta e a r t a to - a nts n th e U n v o rsty o f London w e re em p loyed n p a n tn g d a ls f o r com passes f o r th A d m ra lty does n ot p erh a ps su ggest a n yth n g v ry m ach o n t o f th e oornm on; hut t Was h gh ly techncal w o rk b ecau se o f th o accuraot requ red n d egree s. T h e r e a r e w om en b f B n gla n d w h o la d d ow n th e r lv e * as n o h jy a s th e m e n fo lk h a v e done on th e b a ttla fle la n som e o f th e e * fa c to r e s 1 h a v o seen y o u n g g r ls c a rre d o u t doad, th e r e s u lt p erh a ps an exp lo so n o r o f a s p h y xa to n. T h e w o r a o f th e wom en o f B n g s o d n w a r tm e m akes an e p o s to r y. A m on g th ese w o m en w e re m any o f th a y ou n g B n glls h b rd e s w b o h a v e ooke to A u s tra la. H s s C o e s le y -B a tt re co g n s ed som o o f tb em OR th e b o a t n w b c b s b a tr a v e lle d t a A u stra la o n ly re ce n tly. T b e ro n verb stlo a tu rn ed to to r qu eston o f ; th e a p p lca to n to th e p ro b lem s o f p oa cs o f som e o f th e sce n tlflo d s c o v e re s n wkk tlawu We m u st n o t, rem ark ed M s s.c o s s le y -B a tt. le t ou r B cleu tls U g o h a r k to th o r o M sph am. T h e s c e n ts t, as a ru le. s ra th e r an tn d ep eod ent roan. ax d f o r ta a t reason h o shbuld b e n co u ragcd.to a p p ly to th e ndustr e * o f p eace som e o f th e fa r-re a c h n g d s c o v e re s Of th e U s t fe w y e a r*. T h s te r r b le o o n fc t w a e p u re ly a s ce n tfc w a r, and f th e re s a g a n w a r solen c «H f p ta y * a m ore pronounced p a rt n t. H p ea ce and 1ft w a r th e m o st selaatjfle n a to n s th s g r w lo a t n aton. On t flr t t W ed n es d a y n A n w s t y C o w le y -B a tt w ll d e lv e r a c r tu r * h e f o r e \ n a tltn te o f O p to m etrsts o f N e w Bouta W njea C!)e SltD? Horung JEjeraRj, % M O O T A T, J C L T 2 8, THR DALY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, JULY SR SAMUEL GRFFTH. j COLLEAGUES TRBUTE. A m o n g s t th e h g h tr b u te s p ad tn S r 1Sam u el G rffth w h en h s re s g n a to n o f tb e p oelg on o f C h e f J u stce w a s announcod la s t f r l d a y a t B rs b a n e w as th e fo llo w n g b y d r ttdm und B a rto n, w h o s s en o r P u sne Judge [ o f the H gh C o u rt: "T b e announcem en t ju s t m ade s momen*;- O U 6. t m a rk s th e rs lln q u ls b ta g o f publc s e rv c e b y on e w h o. frs t as s u te s m a n and snce as Judge, has re n d e re d hs countr,- m em o rab le s erv c e f o r ab o u t h a lf a c en tu rj r h a v e Bst w th b m. sn c e tb e la c e p tlo n o f ; tb s H g h C ourt, and 1 te s tfy to th e c ea seless d evoto n, th e u n w ea red lab ou r, and the aastch less a n lt y w th w h c h h s w o rk h as been p ortorm ed. H e h as b een a w a cc M l gu ardan o t tb e C on sttu to n, c on servn g Ln C a m m o a w eo ltb a a d to S ts t a lk e th p ow ers w h lcb th a t n stru m en t o f g o v ern m e n t a llo ts to each to r th e lb e r t y and th e w e lfa re»! tb e p eo p lo. n b m (b e C o m m o n w ealth toses a gre& t C h e f J u stce, w h o w ll bo to a ll w bo occu p y b s cb a tr a a e x e m p la r o f le a rn n g on l o f ju d c a l w sd om. O f th e a ffe c tlo o w th w b eh w e. h s o o llea gu es, tb e le g a l profes&lo> o f th s c on tn e n t, and th e p e o p le a lk e re g *- h m. t la unn ecessar y t o epesk. ZOOLOGCAL SOaETY. T h e la c k o f n o x p e a s ve h andbooks to tb o an m a ls, b rds, r e p tle s,-a n d n se c ts o t A u s tr a la S a m a tte r o f r e g r e t to m em bers o t tho B o y a ] Z o o lo g c a l S o ce ty o f N.S.W. T h e subje c t w as r e fe rre d to n th e ad d ress o f th e p resd en t (M r. A. F. B a s s e t H u ll) a t th e annual m e e tn g o f th o s o c e ty h eld o n S a tu rd a y a t T a ro n g a P a rk, r e g r e t b e n g exp re ss e d th a t the fund t b ad b ee n b op ed to e stab lsh f o r such p u b lca to n s had n o t been obtan ed. Tho soce ty s. b ow o ve r, n ow m a k n g ta e estabu sh- m cn t o f a fund o f 5(O t s fr s t o b je c tv e. M r. B a sset H u ll has th la y e a r s u rre n d e re d th e p re sd e n cy n o rd e r th a t h e m a y h a v e m o re tm e to p ro m o te th e cstab lsb Tn en t o t th e p u b lca to n fund S u b scrp to n s o f 10 each have b ew m ade b y S r Jam es Burns, M r. C. f. H o s k ln a and M r. K e la o K n g to w a rd s th e a m o u ct re q u red. T b e s o r le t y h as a n o th e r o b je c tv e th s e rec to n o f a b a ll o f scen ce n S yd n ey aa h ea d q u a rters o f tb e soc e ty. T he e stlm ts d suu requ red f o r th s s 80,000. l a tb e m e a n tm e su llu s tra ted p op u lar b oo k on th e b rds o f A u stra la, w r tte n by M r. L e Soouf, d re c to r o f T a ro a g a P a rk, and llu s tra te d b y M r. N o v lu e C a y ley. s n cou rse ot p rep aravlon. Tl-.: cou n cl o f th e s o c e ty w a s r e -e le c te d on - n t rs v. and a t a oubaequpdt m e e tn g M r. W. F r o g g a lt w a s e le c te d p resd en t, M r. B a ss et an d M r. O.,\. W alerhoube b on reaa u rcr. A lo ft u r o b y M r. C. H ead ley, sptotn n t c u ra to r a t th e S ydney M useum, o t "H a n d s w a s an n te re s tn g su m m a ry o f «v o - m od o f e e t and bands aod ta ls, p a rtc u la rly BO n reuuob te the kangaroo. A mau of great judguent and of the very best. 7 MR. DAVD FELL S MARRAGE-, LO N D O N. Ju ly 25. Mr. D avd F e ll, o f S yd ney, baa m a rre d A lc e, d aag h tar o f V sco u n t BUbank. " S ; M?. b rta..te to 187J, to!? «S S wmcd bvr maden osmc. second ary and p rm ary sehool# ben g v e ltc d. by hm. n th e -d o c es e w a s c h e f a e c re ta tr o f the Docesan E du ce-j tlo n S o cety, and also o f the D ocesan A s s o cato n o f Church school#, a con tro U ln g ««church day s c h o o le r s la rgo a numh»r>ad n a n y h t a e r tw o d oceses to England. Oaffon L o w th e r CTarke was eccre- U T o f the councl of b e D ocrarn A ssocaton o f Church Schools for P J *; vloub to M s com ng out to bo Arehm sbop o f M elbourn e, and on A l a d gn ta ry E nglah d, M r. P altln aorfw aa apponted to th at pobtod. frh lcb he rotaln ed untl be. fam e Oht >fo>; _Au.traU * ojer to b e Bub-doan aud canon r c s d c n t ly y now c a th ed ral th at wns h «n T 1 9 o ft V h lls t.ln Brsbane he con tn u ed b s edu caton al w o rk b y beng m a tlc a l le ctu re r a t St. tln lv e r s ltt o f Queensland. T h ese ap p oln t- m o n U a t leaat p on t to bs w d e o ve rs g h t o f rueatloaal m a ttera n E ngland fo r m any a lm % A u s jra l*., M r. P a tl n on w a s ftw n fn te d actn g,-rard«6 o f S t 1 aul a thernlvera Cl)t pbug Ropnng jtralu. J t t t e s d a y, t o n e s KNG S SCHOOL HEAD MASTER. DEATH OB REV.,T. A. TATTNSON T h e R e v. J. A. P a tlln s o l. BLA.. h eadm aater o f K n g s S<h(al, F a rra m a fta, ded a t a p r- j v a te h o sp ta l tn Bydney on Sunday even ng, fo llo w n g upon an o pera to n. H e w a s 58 yeara o f age. and s eu rv ve d b y r w d ow. T h e re w ll be a fu n eral serv c e a t St. Jam es Church, c lly, tha m ornng, a t o clocr, and th e c o rte g e w lu a fte rw a rd s le ave fo r th e South H ead Cem etery. T b e hesd m aatersh p o f K n g s S cb ool, P a r ra m atta. was ren dered vacan t ab ou t th ree y e a rs a g o by tb e re sg n a to n o f tb e R e v. p. Btacy W o d d y. M.A., who w e n t to the fro n t u a chaplan. T h e K e v. J A. P a tta s o n w a th en unaolm ou sly e le c te d to th e poston, ty th e cou n cl o f th e aflbool. M r. PattOBOQ w ae born n York sh re. H e w as an M.A. o! S t. Joh n s C o lle g e. C a m b rd ge; aetdor m atb - em a tlca l acb ou r o f hts c o lle g e and W r g h t s P rzem an, and took frst-cass honou rs n tb e m a tb em e tc a l trpos. H v w a s also S om erset > E xh b to n er end H a r e E xh b to n er o f th<> c o lle g e. H e w a s ord an ed deacon and p rles. n th e parsh o f M an ch ester, and w as. fo r r fm o n th e s a ff o f th a M s n c b e tu r Gram m ar School, vrher he to o k th e s a ta em a tlc a l w ork Of th e e e n lo r form # on (b e sole n cs sde. F o r a -n u m b e r o f y e a rs h exam n ed v srlou s] Mbnak. la «m c }a n d M ta tftvm e S te n-ko U kur - a v e r s y O l p ro r electton to th e h eadm astershlp r f K ln g * s c h o o l, std w as le ctu re r n athe- m ettce and physcs a t th at c o lle g e durng hla **7 fom ow ng r a g r a p h. w jlc h n th la s t annual r c p y t,5fn 1 u r y to the councl o f l«n C * Schorf. A P p rr r. bears tcatlroony to M r. P * H ln - on. w7th ae an ed u ca to n alst: - cp? n t«lw lu R l c oltu re. but a man o f hgh l a S! «d waa a gen tle m.n n tb e truo.en se o f fh e word K TrY RTR GEORGE ELLLER. ftj P O L T C A L L E A D E R E N G H T E D. E -rer,t o c! e le c t lo, w H. N. w to u t t, SJJ k - p u U ««o b.. t,..n S 7. K p lg h t l e f Secretary and G P verp m en l n N ew t *L L vrfuj to tba Coupry n the great s trk e or 1917, w hle he w ss A c tn g P rem er absence p -ondpn o f M r. H oloan, won h m ; S r. l M 4..1 v «r J! - * «« *> 1 com m unty. S r G eorge F u lle r s a b a rrs te r b y p ro fe s-. slop. H e s a Datve o f K lam a, b en g born ; th e re o aod b elo a g s to a fa m ly o f w ell-k n o w n lan d ow n ers on th e Soutb Coast. A ft e r a te n d lp g th e K la m a P u b lc sch ool tae! passed to St. A n d re w s C o lle ge, S ydney U n -, v e rs lty, w h e re be w o o th e M arks S c h o la r -;. shp, to o k b s B.A. d egree a t 18, and w on b s M.A. w th frst-cla ss honours a t 80, t w e lv e m onths b efo re th e d egree could be re g u la rly f c o n ferred on bm. H ls n ex t step w a s to,.* qu a lfy fo r th e B ar. w h ch he dd b y re a d n a T la w w th M r. Justce M annng. B eyon d thd, - fa c t th a t he s ev era l tm es acted as C ro w L P ro se cu to r, S r O eorge m ade no serou s e ffo rw to ga n d stn cto n a t tb e H ar. but chose tb< p o ltc a l feld, and when n ea rly 37 year# oc ag e be won tha su ffra ges o t b s n a tve towt)( and to o k hla s ea t n th e S ta te P a rla m e n t F e d e ra to n w as th en "t n th e a r," aod, as a d sc p le o f th e a te S r H e p ry P ark ee, S l. G eorge F u lle r h elp ed th e m ovem en t a l o n. snd had th e satls fa e to p yeara la ter o l n J trod u cln g n th e H ouse o f RepreeentattvejA th e b ll fx n g C anb erra ae th e s ca t o f th r, ] P od ersl G o ve rn m e n t D urng th e ten y e a n ta a t he rcpresen tpd lla w a r ra tn tha F e d e ra l P a rla m e n t ho w a * a m em b er o f the s ele ct c o m n ltee on tb e Bonus fo r M anufactu res - Bn. and s a t on tb e R o y a l Com m slod f; vob tlga ttn g th e qu eston s o f Custom s ta rl, and s trp p e r h arvesters. W h en Mr. T le a l took offce n June, 1909, he gave S r O eon,., F u lle r tap p o r tfo lo o f H o m e A ffa r*. S lr j G e o rge term n a ted b s lo n g ro n n crto n w th F e d e ra l p o ltcs b y v ts tu g B n gland n 1911 as a m em b er o f th e A u strala n d ele gato n na the occason o f K n g G e o rge s coron aton. n th e su cceed n g gen era l e lec to n s he sstsn ed a re ve rs e w h ch Bent hm nto a b ref p o l l t l - ; e a l re tre m e n t, b en g d e fe a te d b y tbe L abou r can ddate. W h en, tow ard s th * ud o f tb e s tu n g m em b er f o r W ou on d llly n tha S ta te P a rla m e n t ded, S r G eorge F u lle r con - { te s te d and won th e a e a t H e becam o deputy le a d er o f tb e L b e ra l p a rty, and on tb e fo rm a to n o f th e N a to n a l G overn m en t b e w u nr!d d tn th e M n stry. L a te r, when C h arles W ad e w nt to Lon don. S r Q eorga -F u lle r b ecam e head o f th e L b e ra l w l r g,. m H l t w a l AdjBtotfttfftton... w - f f y -

21 S D N E Y BOT.YSST lonouke). NOTABLE HZE AARDED. UNVERSTY STUDENTS AT P.AY. The re c e n t m als fro m E u rop e b rn g n form a ton th at th e R o y a l S o ce ty o t Bdnburgh baa bw ardcd th e M akdougall Brsb an e P rze to P ro fe ss o r A. A n s tru h er L a a o n. D.So., P.R.S.E., P ro fe ss o r o t B otany, S yd n ey U n v e r sty. T b s p rse con ssts o f a g o ld m edal and a cum o f m oney, and s awar(l--d b en n ally. T be c om petton fo r tts p rse s o p e g to men o f, srlen e th rou gh ou t the w ord. n th e present rase t w aa aw arded to rro es s or l..awann n rccosnu ot- c f a seres o f m em ors on b otan cal?uhjc c ts pubflsbed d urn g tho la.nt th ree nr fou r y e a rs Theae m em ors rep resen t nvesh - ta tlo n s n sev era l phases o f p lan t lfe, s u c h. as tfcr gym n o -sperro. fern s, and cytology, th e y c o r tu te a su b stan tal and valuable c on trbu ton to b otan cal know ledge, and w ere vrtten fo publcaton n th e s o c e ty s lo n r- nals. and n ot fo r th c p rse speetally. t la teresttn g to note th at tb s p rze n prevou s >earu ha? been aw arded to m any em nent Us-u.f Rcenre. such as Lord L s te r. S r.archbald [Gfclkl., S r John M u rra y, rofcb S or M K n - cmlck, And m any others., Dr. Law so n la D.Sc. o f G U sgow U n lveraly. ;P.R.S.E. r-l.3., and s a m em ber o f the R oyal.scottsh A rb o rlc u ltu ra l and o th e r sclenltftc.-.oclrt.e* H e s a n atve o f F fcs h lr?, and s a son nf.mrf. J. K «T r-l a w 8 on. th " wc 11-kcow n B cotteb n o e llp t, and a b ro th er o f Mr. Jamea ( r-lnwson, artst. H r s n ot o n ly a d stn gushed b otan cal w o rk e r ancl teach er, but a.m an w h o s" k n d ly h>lpful nature has made hm v e ry opu lar w th students. H e ha«rupod ht! Ghar o f B otany. S ydoay U n vcrla lty. snce 1910 WOMEN S C0LLF5E. m s s s. J. WLLAMS NEW j PRNCPAL. A DSTNGUSHED SCHOLAE. A t a r e c m t m o etln s o t th e cou n cl o t tho W om en a C ollege.. M.8 S. J. W tlla m a M.A.. a a a a p p on ted lo tho p osto n o t p rn cp al o t th e c o lle g e ahout lo becom e vacan t b y the re U rc m e n t o t M as L o u sa M acdonald. M.A. T h r ty -fv e ap p lca ton s to r the p osto n w ere receved.!5 trom thc TJnltcd K n g d o m and 10 from Au strala sa. M ss W lla m s * a n a tve o f v c t o r a.»n e w as.edu cated a t CasU em aln e G ram m ar S cbool, and a fte rw a rd s tn tero d n to resd ence a t tbe W o m en s H o s te l o f T rn ty C o lle g e. M e l bourne U n v ersty, aa A a a le G roe scholar. n h er B.A. d egree e xa m n aton s she ganed arst-clsb s honours n classcs, w th prze for scence o f language. F ro m th e M elbourne U n v e rsty she w en t to New n h am CoHege. C am brdge, w h e re she won th e classcal s ch olarsh p on entrance. Ta th e M ay exam n aton s o f both yea.-s she w a s Pjaced a the flrst c la s s; n the trp o s n th e flrat dlvtooa o f th e second class. She re m a n e d at N ew n - han f o r a fou rth year. readldg arch aeology, and takng lectures at. the Brtsh Mnseum. and wth Professors Ernest and Percy Gardn er n G re w e. A s a M nor, a d the A egean **(to **h er re tu rn to A u stra la she acted as tu to r a t T r n ty H o s te l fo r one year, and then jo n ed th e s ta ff o f t h e Churcb o f E n g land G ram m ar S ehool (M erto n H a ll), where she rem an ed fo r 10 yeara. Sho then spent a y e a r n E urope, and on h er retu rn Joned th e s ta ff o f T r n ltv C o lle ge as classcal le c tu rer and tutor, t h s p ost she has held fo r the la s t fly years, and n year been n charge o f T r n ty C o lle ge H o stel, w h ere th ere a re 36 w om en students n re s- T H E D A N C N G G R L. the re s t w as nose and lau gh ter. M r. W e b s te r s a e ra l m a ll w as th ere, w th an open g a rb a g e tn for cheques, re gs te red le tte rs, e tc., an d n an oth er p lace a p ctu re o f a snal w a s headed W eb s te rs A u stra la n E xp ress. B u t «a t s p oltcs re ce v ed even m o re s a tr e th an P s d e - ral. T h ere w as H olm an s B o rd er Q u a ran tn e, w tb d octors and nurses a n d n o cu lato n s; a w ttcsm a t tb " expense o f th ose w eek-en d trp a to m ountans; and a v v d re p resen tato n o f H olm an Stu ng b y B. B " M r. H u ghes, on the oth er hand. A u s tra la s W h te H o p e, wa# shown n U o ra ta n a rm o r d efen d n g th e b rdge agan st a horde o f y e llo w men. O f course, the w h eat a ffa r was m ade th e m ost o f. U n d er the legen d "H o lm a n aod Co.. B akers, C h allls H o u se," a number o l fgu re s o n a lo r exh bted fea rfu l-lo o k n g lo a v es o f b rea d and a bag o f what looked lk e saw d ust m x e d w tb bran, out o f w hch th e c ro w d w e re R ven lb e ra l sprn kln gs. "M o re w e e v ls than flo u r; m o re m ce than w e e v ls " w a s a n o th e r le gen d h ere. T h ere w as also a sk eleto n fra m e w o rk labelled "U n dergrou nd R a lw a y, 2000 A.D., an d a re p resen taton o f tha "m o v e s, la b e lle d " W e Don t Tax K ds; B lly W a tt DoesT U n d a r g r a d u R te H u m o r. n th e processon waa a C old S tor ge De- [ p a rtm en t, w th dead fro g s, rats, and m s e r able lookn g sparrow s h an gtog fro m strn gs. A rzo n a and "T h e M ad C h n k w e re th ere, frn g o ff p stols n te rm tte n tly, and a p lacard show ed " T h e G re a t D rought, P eace Day, 1D19." A n o th e r lo rry c a rre d a Sucde Club, lab elled. ftty th e (3 ep? T r y U s! S om ew here o r o th e r w a s an a d v ertse m ent o f B loodless S u rg ery, by th e B olshevk M ed cal A ssocaton, n w h ch a d o c to r waa seen d raw n g yards and ya rd s o f w h a t looked lk e sausages on t o f h s patents* n tern al ecoqomy. T h e re w e re ad v ertse m e n ts fo r the re m o va l o f superfluous h ers, fo r p ro vd n g p aten ts w th e la c trle lgh ts, and to r th e rs - THE DALY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY. JULY 19, STUDENTS DAY OUT UPROAROUS FESTVAL. HALF-A-MLE OF SATRE. POLTCAL HTS AND SKTS. T e u te rd a y, was the frs t fe s tv a l ths Under* gradu ates have h eld snce 1914, and tb e T ow n H a ll was n ot la rge enough to hold th em when th ey g o t there. By tb e sze o f th e crow d that lned th e s tre ets fo r the p rocesson, one would have th ou ght ths w as on e o f th e g re a te s t o f. the p ea ce celebraton s. So, ndeed, o a sense, U w a a t rep resented a trank outourbc u the b r ln t utt o atara fu n and g a e ty buc has been, dammed up by th e w ar so loug. A n d f o n ly ono s ecto n o th e com m uuty to o k p art n t, tue on look ers repr.b6d.eu a s c c h u u b. aua tb ey c e rta n ly enjoyed th e fun as much as the ludenlb. n oolu lo geu e r tha whole oomuun ty exp ressed s c ll. but esp ecally the s p rt o f youth n L T h e re m ust h ave been h a lf a m le o f tbe p ro cesson, and, ta kn g n to account qu an y. as w e ll as q u a lly. t m ay be con sdered o o e ot the b est th e Undergraduates h ave had yet. Only one o t the best, h o w e ve r, fo r though th ere was any am ou h t o f fun about, und som e o f the s k ts w ere r e a lly c le v e r, ou th e wuule, there wus m ore hgh s p rts than w t; th s was e sp ecally evd en t n the p roceed n gs n tb e Tow n H a ll, whch w ere noc qu te so w e ll organsed aa usual. A ls o, the gen era l atm osphere o f n ea rly a ll the s k ls and shows w as d stn c tly w arm er than t need bave been. H o w e ve r, everyb o d y enjoyed th em selves th orou ghly, and b y no means le a s t th e o n look n g crowd. And th e re was a c row d! Up a t th U n v e rsty ta e lf th ere w ere p len ty o t p eople, but th ey w ere m a oy undergraduates. A t G race B ro th ers C orn er (th e foo tp a th s and a g re a t p a rt o f the s tre ets were packed: and a ll tb# w a y down G eorge S tre e t to tho T ow n H a ll w ndow s w ere fllle].an d th e foo tp a th s and th e sdes o t the s tre ets crowded. T h e P r o c e s s o n. T h e re w as h ard ly an o u tstan dn g e ve n t o f the y e a r w h ch w as n ot s a trse d on tb e s xty o r s ev en ty lo rre s w heh m ade up th e p rocesson; fro m tbe w ar to th e w ow ser, and tha S ta ble D acord toru m O rch estra to M r. W eb s ters p os ta l m ethods. T h e D ls c o rd lto rlu a waa con d acted b y M r. H arb ru ggen. S.O.8., B.S.V.P., P.O.Q., and th e m u sc t dscoursed was h ea rt-ren d n g. T h e re w a s a p roper band to bead the processon, h ow ever, tbe G a llp o l m p e ra l Band. Ths was fo llo w ed by m tato n m ounted p olc e, rd n g n fr o n t o f th e como t tb e U ndergraduates A ssocaton, a a d L A D Y G O D V A, A w n ter m o rn n g costum e. m o ra l o f ton sls, 6d each, o r tw o fo r 9d. "S d elg h ts on th e G re a t W a r w e re re p resented by a recon stru cton o f "L o u s y V lla and T h e R ts," som e o f w h ch w e re e xh b ted n a cage. T h s lo r r y c a rre d retu rn ed men. Bomo n khak, som e g o t up as F r ltz e s and H enles. T h e re w e re A n za c b rd e s and the G.M.P., h ts a t "C a t U v. C a tta, and tb e P ree - man case, b cer-d rln k tn g w ow sers, and the P ren szyl F re e L u v Bureau. M a rra g e s Solom o- n aed. and h ts a t the S ydney F e rre s, w th th e legen d. D rty W o rk a t th e T u rn s tle s. T h e re w e re m ore than d ou b tfu l-lo ok ln g cabare ts, and, on a huge p lacard, the w ords, n la rg e le tte rn g, " W h a t d d you do n th e g re a t w a r, daddy? voted fo r 6 o c lo c k c los n g and dd th e D ggers o (o r th e r b e e rt n the Town Hall. W th n the T ow n H a ll (h e p ro gram m e opened (a fte r a p ero d o f pandem onum and tb e sn g ng o f Q audem us," th c V a r s ty s N a to n a l ADtbem ), w th a p res e n ta ton o f "P e a c e B a ll D ebutan tes. T h ere w e re e g h t o r ten o f th ese young lad e s; th e r m auners w ere fre e aa< saey, and th e r costu m es d a rn g to th e e xtre m e Df fashon. T b s, n deed, m a y be sad o l a ll the fem a le m p erson ators n th e fe s tv a l, and th ere w ere many. T h e "d e b u ta n tes n cluded M adem o s elle fro m A rm e n tle re s and th e "th r e e tw n s, n ky. P n k y, and P a rlo yvou s. T h e y w ere ntroduced to som eon e w h o was c a lle d tbe G overn or, and w b o d ec la re d th a t b e bad been e ve ryth n g n b s tm e, n clu d n g padre, p o lc e man, plum ber, and p ra te. H e em braced a ll the debutantes w th con s d e ra b le enthusasm. h e o n ly serou s busness, th e re b en g n o Blues to p res e n t tb s yea r, con asted o f speeches by th e V c e -C h a n c e llo r o f th e U n - [ v ers ty, M r. Justce Fergu aon, and th e p resd en t j o f the U n d ergrad u a tes A s s o c a to n. M r. Scbo- feld. But th e students w e re n no h u m or lo r peeches. T b e p resd en t had to con ten t h m s e lf w th a fe w w ords, and th e V c e-c h a n c e llo r sad v e ry lttle. Vce-Chancellors Address. t la v e r y g r a tfy n g, sad M r. Ju rtlee F e r guson, m a kn g h m s e lf heard w th dlfflcn lty th a t m frst appearan ce n my y new c ap acty o l V lc e-(:h a n co lo r the n v ta to n o f th e undergraduates (appauael - h l a re o l course, th e m o st m p o ru n t p a rt o f th e U n lv e r s ty -h U K e RPPlanse and «T>roafeand a r e a lw ays fra n k ly w lln g to ad m t t. con gratu late you on b en g a b le to vesum e th ese fes tv a ls. (A p p lau se.) Tn th e y e a rs th a t h a v e TJRSped snce you h eld your laa t on e. many m en w h o p lared th e fo o l a lt t le h ere have show n on a la r g e r p la tfo rm h ow n o b ly th ey w e re a b le to P lay. th e man. see yo u d on t w a n t a lo o g speech : so w ll o o ly add th a t 1 am gla d to be ab le to jo n w th yon n w e lc om n g th ose who h a v e com e back, hope th a t (h e good w o rk th e y have done fo r A u s tra la n (h e feld o f b a ttle s an earn est o f eq u a lly good w o rk to be done h ere n tm e o f p ea ce." (Lou d ap p lan se and pandem onjuro a g a n.) S tu den ts songs fo llo w ed, and M r. Ooossene san g " T h e M a rs e lla s e. and M ss M a ry B u rke T h e Lan d o f H o p e and G lo ry. *ptoceedlngs con cluded w th a fa r c e." w h ch w as c e rta n ly fu ll o f (un though ra th er scrapp y n a ll senses.

22 308 [vwre stony ftro-nyryo tk b a lp. r a t y t j p a t, - T n Y t s n : SAMUEL MCAUGEEY.. t e - - t (UEAT PASTOEALST DES AT YANCO. t n l s dubactteblsnc PORTRAT. l A K» 80MR YF.ARS AOO, S RXAmKO BY FRJENDS AS A MOST M R H S U PUOTOGRAT OV THE FAMOUS PAbTORALfrT. N JTONEER X SHEEP 7 TXDUSTRV. A Ll-E OF GREAT ACTVTY. S r Sam ol M C augh ey. M.L.O., th e w o ll- known m lh lon alre.paaturalet aa d duan- 7 h rop {4, ded at N o rth Y a n o o yesterd a y r n l n g a t 8 o clo ck. H e c ele b ra te d h U 84th b lrlh d u y qd June 30 last. K x c e p t fo r som e a lttb t n flrm ttes o a tu ra l t v a m a s o l bla KTVt ag e. w h ch bad com e upon ha. durng tthe paat le w ye a rs, he rem an ed h a l am fohsrty to w th n ab o u t a fo r ln lg h t ago, w h rn he rr-etved a rh ll, w h lcb led u> a s ev ere at- U g k of brom Tltls. and resulted n hs death. W elch, o t N a rrs n d e ra, w as n d a lly &t- um ad > e upon bln> d u rn g h la lln ess. (u n eral w ll le a v e N o r t b Y a vo a t 1 p.m. to -d ay fo r N a rran d era, w h ere th e n ter- M t w ll take p lace a t 3 p.m. T h e serv c e tb e g ra ve a ld e w ll b e con d ucted b r tho f lje v. P ro feaa or M acn tyre, o x -M o d era to r o f the P ro s b y e rla a G en era l A s s em b ly o f Aua- ; trala. : j t s not to o much to aay th a t S r SamueLl M Caughoy was one o f the g re a te a t fo rce s n* the d evcp m em o f th o ah crp-broertln g and wnul-prod n g n du stry o f A u stra la. H< W(? a mj... ot w on d erfu l ncrky auu fore W gfbt; and he m m ense p asto ral n terasb that he aequlred w are la r g e ly tb e fru ts o f these q u a ltes, and o f tb e llb e rtu ty whch rb ara c- terleel a l he d ealluga. T h e name o f Haoel W T a u rh -y muat a lw ays fgure am on gst th e g re a tes t men th a t A u stra la has known. f a pt q r tu n L y one o f Lh fou dera. he b ss been one o f th e tno5t n otab le buljc.n> o f A u s tr a la s blggem n du stry an ndustry n U c h. n th e cnrbo o f a Cct tc<-«<jrr. th e b eg ( o m e to o A tn e w d r ld -a n d as HUeb Lo t to b counted sm ongst th ose fe w s trk n g tk rs o D «m «B w ho have stood nut n Aur tyttllan b r t o fy, tbe a r c t lt e t * o f a g r r a t na Cton-. - > j.t gre a t " t s but s» t u eos)<. to one w oose cnterpr&r. sod le d hm n to d ea togs o f aeh alm oaf tn w H d e rm g m agn tude as those o f tt r Samu.;l K C a u g h e y. U has. adced, been n l d lh a t b e 1 0 th t la rges t Bdtvldual o w u cr o f Eheop lb* C om m onw ealth, and h e lanu «d p ro p e r- can be d escrbed n no o th e r term than! Yual. B u t no m an w h o know S r S am u el M Cau- Ahey would enterh ln fo r a m o m e n t (h e d es -that th e am sfsln g o f w e a lth wua th e o b je c t o f fh l* lfe # w ork, le knew th a l tbu developm >n tl o f th a p a jto r a l lad u strtcs o f AuBtraJla w e re l g lt a l to b er p rogress, and he k n e w th at every ounuc o f e o e r g y -xpeoded n asalsu n g b a t devolopm eut w a s a aerv lce to th e com m unty, fsn d a u o th er b rck n th e n aton a l a tru c tu e. fucb was M g p ra c tc a l p a trotsm, and t bas m r n e d hm tlm gratltud-- and ad m ra to n o f; v e fy true Australan. t a o n ly a m onth or tw o ago tb a t Sr] {S a m u e l dtaposed o f (b e la s t o t b s g re e t deehold stato n p ro p o n ls. T h s w n» Gofr- tttons t.u;vrraodefa. conalrtlng o f 42,)M)n and u sn l c h efy fo r stud W M d ln x. n d th e pu rctm ser was bs w phew. Mr. P a m u»l M ta u gb cy. A m on gst M h e r W ell-k n ow n p ro p e rle s whlvh s v Pam uel bas h eld am y a rra h v e. Gol-- g g l a, and Stnkoram bsb. n rbr lv e rn a ; f f l J a ate, b.nlo]., an d N o ro le ch e n the w e *le rn td v ls lo o ; snd Bonup l)o w,» n Queengand. W b en S r S am u el McOtE-ghey fd r.-. to Aua- n U a from b la old honu at B a lly n ta. county.ctrlao, rola pd. b w a s but 81 years o f age. or ha e a rly h sto ry one cou ld ; c arcely do! th an qu ote som e r f h la rem n rk e w h le )g w th a "H e r n ld re p res en ta tt e four ago- (h e d.tj- nn whch b e M luo 8f 1 age. wh r; h- waa nund< d w th la tloaa fto m. ver,- q u a rte r e f A n «r a - W w e ll as fro m L-mdon and >j «*vhen.. blok, tb e shp a m o o<t* n was th e. he ealfl- nml t to-k r dsvy-- Y S et P m > H» l,. T - t. a. a g r l M l n thuar djya. and we h ard ly dream ed o f the g re a t steam ers that w ere to com e. t w a s A p rl when landed n M elbourne. ft cam e out w th my uncle, M r. fb o rlc B W lson, w h o had frst eom e to A u s lr a lla,w U b W s b ro th er. Alexan der, about 15 yea<s b c(oro, and had been fo llo w ed about tlr e e years la te r hy he broth er John, and la ter su by he b ro th e r Sam uel a fte rw a rd s S r Sam uel W llaop. Joh n and C h arle* W lso n w ere n le -e s e f lo K ow all and W alm er atatons, near or*;>sm. On a r r v n g n M elbourne, w en t etrn lgh t to W alm ar, w h ere stopped fo r a few daya, a n d thrn w e n t out to K c w e ll as jackerow. W th n 3 three monlht got a bllet ga ovew rer. and - w o years s te r 1 had th e m a cagep ent o f K e w rll stato n, w h le my u n d *. M r. C h arles W lso n, was on a vblt to England. A fte r hr retu rn ed t b on gh t nto Coopnng fetaton, near ttralla. n N c South W a le s, w K h tw o o th e r pfertnert,. T h a t wae t 1 *«dy b roth er. Mr. John M C «u gtf6t. n f Y a r- Jhee. n ea r.varm ndera, fojnwed «fe w y «e r v t e r tne. and haa been a p artn er n a e verrl rtatlnna that waa 1ntereaT.r p. Tn U»SH S r Samuel W lso a rft. A u strala to reshte tn E ngland, and he nduced no to b u y T o o ra lc.an d Dunlop, whch a t th a t tm e rom grlacd Mnhoot, 3,hdd.f)A0,arre*. O f tb ls am a about. mljjnn a r te a w r aom to seyarul hom era. a ed T on ra le and Dnnlon n ro p er w ere dlapoaed o f n 1912 to M csrs. R obneon and V fpecn t " n hs e a rly dava on CoonoBg ptatlop Sr Pam tol was. faced w th rtkttcutfey whch would h ave h m k en the h ea rt o f a m n r f l«s c d auntless courage. Added to fn n n efa l rn ltle g w o re th ose o f n o t r * T he rrn n e rty bad been regarded as ansafa fo r sheep, on ac.- ooupt o f the frequen cy w th whch, th e crgeka H-came dry. But a fte r a lurd nght he conv-rlod t nto a p ro ftab le p roperty, b s v p g ensured a w a te r supply by a rfasouablu ecueme o f con servato n, em bracn g the d eepenng o f th e ntake vf th o Yaoco. S r Samuel w a * actu ally a p on e er o f ><alor con acrvalon and rrgaton, and f pendod gre a t a u m s o f mon*7 upon hs p rv a te cnu rp rlse a. NNTen. n MO. he bought N o rth Yanco, he constructed o v e r 300 m les o <Jant)cs. capable ot rrg a tn g 40,000 acres. T lls rxp en sf* exp vrm ent proved so successfu l th at t encouraged the G overnm ent to proceed w th the L rrcn jack re se rv o r and the n orthern M yrru m bldgce canal scheme. T be G o ve ro a e n resum ed Yauco a* p s r l o f the sebem e. and, ( recogn ton o f bs g re a t work, gtrjtcd S r Stmuc th e use, durng hla llfe - tm». o f Sd.OOu acres, lucln dln g tbo ste o l bs b ea u tfu l homo. L a r g * sums o f m oney w ere expended b r B lr Bamuc n oxperlm eollng w th varous! types o f tb eep. but h* devoted h m self m ore. e s p e r a lly to m ernos. F o r yesra he was a succesaful exh b to r a t the Sydney Bbeep Sbow, and b s d n n g-room a t S o rtb Yanco was tlternly studded wth hs przes. Tbe C oon on * flock w a s founded on sheep from ftvldglswa, then h c p ro p e rty o f Jtfr. Ooch- rnnc S r tamuel a lso bought Havttab rams, and oth ers from Mona V a le. T a s m ana, apurag no etp sn s e to soeure the b est anm als. n 1866 he bought tw-} E crldouu e ram s, renow ned fo r w oo! o f gre a t lu stre and flneness. But com ng to th e con cluson thnl th e wool wflls too open fo r th - ccb tts R lverln a. he secured m portant Taa- m anan d rn fla from tbe nto Jam es GtbflOT. o f Bcllnvuu. T.atPr hs -xperlm cnled wth W &nganema und Uoonoke rams. lo cam - to the lo n ca go n that tbo w h te yolkrel.lrcp w rrn n ot e n tre ly Kultable f o r the b n; p lan s o f R lve rtn a. and decded to eultltftte.1 buff coloured yolk. H e bnrht ten rn tlfo rn lan ram s wheh w ere Hcecendanja v f Fren ch m ern o s e*f>orted to, ro M o rn la..tnl bred th ere lo r som e y e a rs. O n - Of th ;:"* ramu hod won the prxe fo r, b -lr the b est m m gt rhe t nllforn lan far., H e pad lov to 450 gultrts n heart fo r the ram s. A fe w A m erraa c w c w ere a ls o } " cu red ar th e (.unc tm e. The resu lts c x - <eel d bte au tcpaflenk. and be decded on a l tr p to Ao--r> A. H e w en t tbrougb ull the beat, s tn..5l r-c r-d ome o f tb e fnest sbcop Abtanab " n Verm on t. H a frst sbpraedt < <>n>pru. d -3 rans am l l a v e a. and x n-ond shpm ent votaed 811(, * b e «p bcln from th e and BSOfC cvlebratfeu atrana. B s -a s ld t j Btcae d rec t ahlpm enls he bought la r g e!.nurabevs o l 1LS.A. sheep m p o rted f o r t h e (!l>-!eey snes. A lto g eth er b e spen t som ethng t 1 lk e ff.to.ood on V erm on t sleep. T he Cflonong Sturt fo r many years w as n vncb le a t t h e Mydney stud sheep fnlr. l-jnormooa as w as the expense he hart ncurred n cnnneetlon w ltb hls V erm o n t p nreh taa. S r Sam uel dd n o t. h esta te to daeard th s blood when he found th at *o th er ronsrterallons beedea w e gh t o f lleeeo w e re com ng to tb e fro n t, W h *n the lenrttjlum o f popular favou r swung to th» laree-fram ert W an gen ella type be bought h eavly, and bred fo r a la rg e r earcage. reeog- n sln g tb at mutton was becom n g an m portant fhcrnr. H e bought the h eat W aoga n ella. Uoonr>ke. and South.\ustralUn large-fram ed sheep th a t be could secure, aud was soon agan n the frrtnt rank of breeders of popular aheep. A L e g s la tv e ro u n c lle r snk ; 1 K». an d knlghte*! n 19C3, S r Samuel M CatJghey w a s a forem o a t fgure n A u strala n lfe. H s gen ero s ty wa# as unbounded as bla m odesty was g re a t. Hmrtfec., { m en n A u strala to -d av h ave bcncfltcrt by hs personal klnrtnees nnd m a terel help, and bla g fts lo p blle hmrts and n stlu llon s have alw ays been nn a la vsh scale. B u he dd good by slonuh. und th ere are cbuntlcsa nstances o f bla m unfcence known o n ly to those m m e d a te ly concerned. T o Hluatrato th e knd o f man he w as s o n ly Bccessary to quote such grts aa hs con trbu ton o f 6000 tow ards the Bushmen s C ontngent a t tb e tm e o f th 8outh A frc a n war, and h ts -g ft o f tu lb - AU Ptralla Day Fund. whl<-h he repeated J n ch- fu rtlu r at>poal by the Red Cross Sole ly n M arch. 1«U. The Salvaton Arm y H o m e* a t B exley am th e Burnsde H om e* vere Rmonxst ustltutloqs wbcb re fe lre d hls lb era l #up*ort. On sev era l occasons he vsted tbe Bum sdo bomcb, ncludng one fo r l[ g lrl8 e rec te d by hm self, and hs n terest n h e w e fa re o f the orphans was recen tly fu r-) th er dsp layed b y a p resent wh.ch be roade t o them o f a cnem atograph costn g nn. J S r Sam uel was also a generous con trbu tor to the fam ous D readnought scheme, A p ro - poaal w a s made by Mr. Hugh Dxson to the ; la te S r H arry Rawson. then G overn or o f N ew South W ales, to present a Dreadnought b a ttle shp to th e m oth er country. Mr. Dxson. n rh s le tte r, eneloaed a cheque fo r Blr H a r r r Tlawson ncsdcntsuy mentoned th e m a tte r a t a dnner at the Unon Club, w h ere- j n p on fo u r. o f those preeent. ncludng S tr l Samuel M -rfauel*:* announc-d th e r n te n to n n rn n trlh u te K h.fw eltw l.tbw ng to the propn- sal to -stab llsh tho Au stralan n avy the fund. w h lch reached teood. was not requred, and w asd evotert to estab ltah og w hat are known fes the D readnou ght farm s for the tran n g oe b ov* tn agrlcn tra l and p astoral p u m lts. r a r n g th e war S r Sam uel M Caughey asssted re cn ltln 3 Hy d efra y n g tbe c ost o f th r nswrance o f 5M men agan st death o r to tal rtsamcm ent-an exam ple w hch was fo l low ed b y -th e r w ealth men, anrt resulted n a la rge num ber o t men b oln g vnam ed to go to the fro n t wbn hsd b e n d eterred by tb lr p r va te obllgatfon*:. J V TTHTVEBSTY SCENCE SOdETV. Cljt eyarp Honmg bfrallj, W H U N E S F A Y, J U L Y 30, 1310 EHODES SCHOLAR; 4 LEUT. R. N. KERSUW, M.C., SELECTED.. A t ft m eetn g o f th e Rhodes Scholarshp s ele cto n cum m lttee, presded o ve r by hs E xcellen cy S r W a lte r Davdson, held a t Go- vern m en t House yesterday, L le a t. Raym ond N e w ton K ersh aw, M.C., was apponted to, tbe R bod es Scholarshp fo r the year tfel8. L ou t. Kerebafe frtao la th e younger son o f! Mr. O. W, K -rsh aw. th e well-know n ro-**! spfcla llb t, and o f M rs.k e rs h a w, o f B lllya rd - arenuc. W ab rooogd. was bora on M ay 3. l&ts, at W ahroonga, and receved bts e a rly educa- lu on a t tbe Gordon P u b lc School. R o r fou r years h e was traacrt a l th e Sydhey Boy-<. H g h Scbool, aod entered tbe U n versty n March. ganng the frst place at the le a v n g c ertfc ate exam naton n F ren ch, a n d ] th e fou rth place n Englsh. L a tn, and hsto ry o f a l] the canddates..r of t r H V"! s roeo - s r ], j. ; S s. - w ll bo rcqu hoa to g o loto nto ro.w eoe lo October o l o «t j» r. T b e selecton com m ttee conssts or tne G orcrbor o l N o, Soutb -; c ap acty as charm an; the Chef N ew South W ales. r c p r e «n te d ston by Mr. Justce P rn g; the «the U n v ersty (S r W. d C h an cellor (M r. lo slc e charm an r f the P ro fe sa o n a l B oatd (r o f e s sor J. T. W lson ). s o t t r - t a o m a, H u JSl L j Sonoma p RFC.; U eu ten a n t Duncan Hugbea, M.C.. Blu nle. D avd A l.to n. A.C.. C R. H. H a r u J 00.1 E. «. T o o t b. _ J T b o annual m e etn * o f th e U n versty S cen ce S ocety waa held n th e G eologcal L e ctu re H a ll la s t T b e re trn ff prealdent. M r. W. J. H u ll, B.Sc.. read a paper on mmunuy th e p rotectve organfsm B o f the lv n g body agan st dlseabwt T h e fo llo w n g o ffcers w ere e lec te d f o r th * ensung y e a r: -Presdent. M r. P. Hlndm arsb. M.A.: vce-presden ts. M r. L. L. B aterhouse, B E., M r. Booth. B.Sc., M as Hlndm arsh, B.Sc., M r. L. flarrlb on, B.Sc.; secretary. M r. W. L. H a v a rd ; assstan t secretary. M r. ftvnson: treasu rer, M r ; assstan t treasu rer, Mss M dd leto n ; councl. M sses O D w yer. D. K. P o w ell,. Brow n, and Sbeperdsson. aod Measra. H ook and Stephens. B.Sc jd STX G rshbd FOlT- STREET BOY. Mr, O. F. E lw e ll, an old F o rt-s tree t boy, and son o f the la te T. Dudley E lw e ll. t t one tm e a m em ber o f tb e lte ra ry staff o f tho Sydney M orn n g llern ld. and o f Mrs. C. Tudor, now o f 1451 C o w p er-atrcct. Palo.Alto, Cal., U.S.A., has con sderably dlstu- guabed h m s elf as a radogrsp hlc engneer w th th e A lle d arm es. Am ougst o th er n ot-] ab le serv c es he solved the problem o f speuj- Hy e rec tn g a la rg e rado ataton d rectly con n ectn g R o m e w th tbe U nted State.t. and he has now been awarded th e Cross «f th e K n g h t o f tho C row n o f ta ly. The p n -1 tre equpment of the Rome staton, whch 1 s one o f th e la rg es t n the w orld, ncludng: th ree m asts 714 fe e t bgh, was desgned and constructed by hl:n. ] A fte r gradu atng a t Leland S tanford J n r., U n versty. U.S.A., n elec trc a l e n g ln o ern g., he w as engaged n la rge prvate enterprses. and when Dr. Jordan chose a ls t o f the <* g re a te s t graduates o f the U n vcrgfty, ho ncluded tb e name o f C. F. ElweU. mt Spantp Hornnj l&tra. T H U f t S D A T, J U L Y ». " MOOKE COLLEGE. AX APPEAL FOR 25,000. DOCESAN PEACE OFFEENQ. A n appeal s to b e made to m em bers o f tbo Church o f E nglan d to su b ocrtle ttae sum o f 35,000, to assst n tb o tran n g o f canddates fo r H o ly O rder*. A t th e Bssaon o f the synod o f th e Doceae o f S ydaey, held on S ep tem b er 28, t was r e so lv ed : " n v ew o ttae u rgen t need o f m akn g b e tte r and fu ll p rovson f o r assst- o g n tb e r educaton and tran n g young men w h o are can ddates fo r H o ly Orders d rec tly th e p res e n t w ar b etw een the n aton s ends, a p eace th a n k sgvn g fund be ra sed fo r ttae purpose o f adequately end ow n g M oo re T beo- lo c a l C o lle ge, and tb a t ha G race th * A rch bshop be re sp e ctfu lly asked to a t th a t tm e c a ll a re p res en ta tv e m e etn g o f cbu rcb people to c a rry o u t th e o b je c t." A fte r tb e announcem ent o f peace th e standn g com m ttee, a t tbe requ est o f the A rch bshop, took the m a tte r n to consderaton, and Buggested tb at an appeal should be made, tbe man ob je c ts o f tb e fund to be tbe supp o rt and exten son o f tb e w o rk o f M oo re Colle ge, aod n vted tb e Arch b sh op to ap p on t a c om m ttee to aeast hm n the w ork. Tho rora m ttae has beld sev era l m eetn gs, and t has been d M d cd b y tbe Archbshop and the c n m tte e fn a t th e fund should be a t once started. T b e ob je c ts o f the fund w ll b e: (a ) Ttae foundaton o f professorshps at M oore C o llege fo r the tran n g o f the c lerg y. (b ) B u rsares fo r can ddates fo r H o ly O rders, p referen ce b en g gven to U nv e r s ty gradnatem, o r to those who h ave m atrcu lated and d esre to comp lete th e r U n v ersty course. (c ) T he m p rovem en t o r extenson o f land and buldngs o f M oore College, as a frst charge, and th e r e s t o f the a llo tm en t fp r th e gen eral purposes of th e college. (rtl T h e tra n n g n f wom en fo r th e work o f the Church, and th e fund fo r s > j- r la l re lgo u s nstructon n publc echooe. On the recom m endaton o f th lom m ttee. th e Arch b sh op bas appen ted,.rchdeacon M artn to th e offce o f com m ssoner o f the fund. T h e Arch bsh op h as been requested to c a ll a re p res en ta tv e m e etn g o f church people n con n ecton w th the fund. C om m n n catlen s t o r th e com m ssoner and o ffcers o f th e fund shonld be addressed to tb e S ydney Docesan R o g lstry, G corge-streel Sydney. CONSUMPTON. h o s p t a l TO BE ERECTED. LTTLE BAY STE. T h e M n s te r fo r Pu b lc H ealth (M r. Davd S to re y ) yesterd a y pad a v s t to the ste o f th e proposed h osp ta l f o r consum ptves at L ltu e Bay. On hu retu rn to tb e c ty, M r. S to rey sad tae boped to be ab le a t the D epartm ent o f P u b lc H ealth to lv e up to any repu taton tan m gh t have earned f o r e x p lto n. T h a v e," bn added, "jn s t gv en nstructons to r tb e su rvey and p rep arato n s o f p lso s fo r the new hosp tal to be pushed forw ard w th a ll possble speed "T h e n ecessty fo r segrega tn g consump- tv e s n tw o claeses san atorum and consumptv e cases bas lo n g exercsed tbe mnda e t M n sters and th e r advsers, and am t» v pleased to be able to announcn tb at the Cabn e t has approved the p rovson o f funds fa r [th e e rec to n o f a consum ptve h osptal, fu r-f jnlshsd w th e v e ry n ecessary convenence and com fo rt, thna le a v n g th e n sttu ton a t W ater- -fall fre e to deal s o le ly w th eases n th elt e a rly stages, aod m akn g t a sanatornnx l tru e sense o f the w ord. J H3ST0ECAL SOCETY. \ At a weu-atteodsd meetng ol members of *h2 R o ra l AnstraUaa U U to rc a] Socety as evenng Professor O. A. Wood, M.A.. t vtce- rasldeot ol the socety, gave ao exposton «r the varous desgns for the eatablstament o f a B rtsh colony n N ew Holland. Tbo wnnorary seeretary noboaoced tbe electon uf t n b e r s, noludlng Mr. J. W. Olarke. noelstast general tnanoger of tbe Naval Dock- l«rds Cockatoo laland. and Mr. Nathanel l s tm «rs. ot tb* Australan Club, as H*

23 MORNNG HEHALB, FRDAY, AUGUST.» v SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY, BEQUESTS l,250,000 AUGUST 6, f. V - LATE SR SAllUEL MCATJGHEY 000,000 FOR UNVERSTES CHURCHES AND CHARTES BENEFT Although no offcnl stntement has yet l>eef made avalable, t was ascertaned yesterday on relable authorty that tbe estate of Sr Samuel McCaughey, M.L.C., the famous paatorallst and phlanthropst, who-ded at North YAco last, week, wll realse over 1, Of tha sum; t s understood, practcally 1,250,000 has been bequeathed for edncatoual, relgous, und chartable ftrposes. The Sydney Unversty wn beneflt to] the extent o f nearly 400,000. and the! Brsbane Unversty w ll receve about 200,000. The snm o f nearly has been left to thfe Preahyterlan Cbnrch n New] South Wales and Queensland. O f ths snm about two-thrds w ll come to New South Wales, and wll nclude. 20,000 for the Roots College. Bellevue Hll, 20,000 for the Burnsde Presbyteran Orphan n o m «nt Parramatta, and 15,000 to snbflldse stpends of poorly pad mnsters. Provson has been made for psrt o f the last- mentoned amount to be allocated to certan country charges on propertes wbcb the late Sr Samuel McCanghey owned. A large snm. whch, t s understood, consderably exceeds has been beqneathed for the beneft of wdows and orphans of solders. n addton to those already mentoned, there are mportant bequests to educatonal nsttutons. ncludng 10,000 each to the Sydney Grammar School, the Cbnrch of England Grammar School (North Sydney), Cr.anbrook School (Bellevue Hll), Newngton College, and the Kng s School (Parramatta). The Sydney Hosptal, the Royal Prnce Alfred Hosptal, and the Royal Alexandra Hosptal for chldren w ll each receve r>000. whle provson has also been made for smaller affonnts to certan country hosptals. The Salvaton Army has bect+eft the laum of 5000, and provson has also been made for amounts to certan Presbyteran Churches n reland. Durng hs lfetme Sr Samuel M c C a u g le y performed many acts of exwards publc organsatons, and a number of the nsttutons whch beneft under hs wll have had prevous experences o f hs lberalty. O T H E R B E N E F A C T O N S T O T H E U N Y E R S T Y. eptlonal generosty, both prvately nnd to- The largest bequest prevously made to tbe Sydney Unversty was that o f Mr. John Henry ChalUs, formerly o f Sydney, who ded n Under hs wu 276,856 was pad to the Urfversty, to be appled for the beneflt o f that nsttuton n w h manner as the governng body thereof shall drect. - By a resoluton o f the Unversty Senate t was determned that the CnalHs Fund should be appled as a permanent protlson of ncome for educa- tonal uses. From the ncome o f the fund 7500 was appled for tbe payment of half the cost ot the erecton o f a new chemcal laboratory, and a fnrtber sum of 1200 was devoted to the erecton o f a marbl statue o f Mr. Challs n the Great Hall. The ncome arsng from the fond s now devoted to the malnteuanoe of seven ChaUs professorshps n the followug «uh- jeets; Anatomy, zoology, engneerng, hstory, law, loe and mental phlosophy, and modem lterature: also four Challs lectureshps n law, readers n law, and a lectureshp n mltary scence. A porton of the fund was nvested lu te erecton of the handsome buldng known af Challs House.n Martn-place. Another munfcent supporter o f thdn [versty was the late Sr Peter Kleol Ktssell. of London, and formerly of Sydney. n ls»5)rt he pre#;ented for the endowment o f the department o f engneerng, and eght years later he gave a,further , makng 100,000 n all. The second gft was nn extenson o f the frst, wth an addtonal oblgaton for the establshment of effldeut teachng n electrcal engneerng, and for the foundaton o f addtonal scholarshps. Other large gfts and bequests to the Unversty nclude 30,000 from Mr. Thomas Fsher. n 18S5. for the establshng and mantanng of a lbrary tn the Unversty: 6000 from Sr Wllam Mac- leay n 18SS to provde for the servces of a curator-for the collectons o f natural hstory whch he had presented to the Unversty; 7050 from Mr. Hugh Mxson Ln 1909 for the purchase o f the Aldrdge collecton of mnerals from Broken Hl; and 6000 n 1877 from Mrs. Hovell for a lectureshp n geology and physcal geography n memory o f her husband. t)t Spnfp Hornmg eral SATU RD AY, AUGUST GREAT BEQUESTS WLL OF SR SAMUEL MCAUGHEY rujlth ER DETALS An au tb o ru a tv o statem en t w as made a v a lable yesterd a y re gan H o g tbe bequests f o r edu caton al, relgoub. and ch a rta b le p u r poses m ade by th e la te S r Sam uel M fc au gh ey A num ber o f am ounts are specfc, but tha g re a t bequests, vl*., th ose to th e Sydney U n v ers ty, th e B rsbane U u ve rs lty, sold ers and th er dependents,, and th e *resb y terlan Church n N e w South W a le s and Queensland, are p ro p o rton s o f the resdue o f th e estate, and th e am ounts are, th e re fo re, con tn g en t upon the sum rea ls ed b y th e estate. T he e s tm ated valuo o f the e sta te s 1,750,000, and t s estm ated th at, a fte r c crtetn legaces, am ou n tn g to about 230,000, and the o th e r specfc bequests a re p ro vd ed fo r, the resdue o f th e estate w ll am ount to 1,394,000. T he specfc, and th resd u a ry bequeats based on th s e stm ate, fo r edu caton al, re lgo u s, and ch a rta b le purposes, m ay be sum m arsed as jfo U o w s : S ydney U n v e rsty Scentfc Researcl Need fo r Reference Fac ltes H o w nadequxte» th e accom m odaton a t th o Sydney P u b lc L b ra ry fo r th e ae- slatancs o f th o s e engaged n scentfc research w o rk w a s th e subject o! much com m en t a t a m e etn g o f th e Chem cal B o eetes held a t th e Publc L b ra ry B x- b btlod. E du ca ton D epartm ent, L ottu s- o tre e t. O tty, laa t n lg h l. A reso lu to n was ad opted h a v n g (o r ta o b ject th e speedy b ette rm e n t o f th e e xs tn g confluoua. M r. F ra n k L e v e r r e r w as n th e char, and b e d rec te d atten ton to tb e w e a lth of- valu a b le re fe re n ce m a tte r possessed b y th e P u b lc L b ra ry, but w b lc h lack ot space p reven ted Mr. K ou ld fro m m akng r e a d ly a v a la b le to students and scen tfc n v es tg a to rs. P ro fe s s o r J. R ead ts d tb a t t w ss r e g re tta b le th at ap p led chem lst-y was so lt t le understood by th e publc o ( Kevr S outh W a le s. But t was encou ragn g to see th a t th e young people w ere takn g ad van ta ge o f th e opp o rtu n tes (o r chem c a l edu caton w h ch w ere b en g made a v a la b le. T h e P u b lc rfb ra ry should he lt e r a lly a fund o f publc know ledge, and should h e a a p osto n to -to T - o ah a c c u ra te ly n fo rm ato n o a an y branch o ( scen ce or gen era l k n o w le d g e. T h r ft and effcen cy w ere th e w a tch w ord s o f a p rogresave p eo p le, and th s could be atta n ed only b y tra n ed speclau saton n a ll bran ches o f scence. T b e rem oten ess o f A u stra la fro m th e c en tres o f le a rn n g o f th e Old W o rld o n ly em phassed th e need th at ex* e ed f o r th e P u b lc L b ra re s n ths c ou n try h a v n g as com plete equpm ents as possble o f scen tfc books. H o r e fe rred to th e m p ortance o f re a d y r e fe r ence a a lb ra ry. f th e k n ow led ge t con tan ed w ere to b e o f re a l use to ttae - p ublc. S cen ce n e v e r sto o d s tll,.and th e re fo re tb e standard w o rk o f to-d ay w ou ld u a fe w y ears becom e sbs o lu le ly m slea dn g. H e moved th e fo llo w n g m o to n : T h a t a re p res en ta tv e com m ttee w a t upon t h e G overn m en t to urge the ncvcbsty fo r m o re com m odaus p re m ses, and fo r ao n creased gra n t to the P u b lc L b r a r y fo r h e purchase o f m ore p ero d ca ls and books. German Scence S o ld ers and d epeadcnts... Brsb an e U n v ersty... P res b yte ra n Church... Burnsde Orphan H om es... Scota C o llege, S ydney... Subsdes fo r P res b y te ra n m n sters stpen ds... S ydney G ram m ar S chool... N o rth S ydney Church o l E ngland O ram m ar School C ra n b ro o k Churcb o f E nglan d Gramm a r School... N ew lu gtp n C o lle ge K n g s School, P arram attre... T h e S alvaton A r m y T h e Bourke H o sp ta l to T h e U ran a H o ep tta l... T h e J e rld e rle H o sp ta l... T h e N a rra n d eja H o sp ta l... R o y a l Prtn oe A lfr e d H o sp ta l Syd aey H o s p ta l... [R o y a l A lexan d ra H o s p U l ,000 20,000 16,000 10,000 10, ,000 10,000 6,tKK> ,000 6,000 6,000 B.OOO O f th e sum o f 16,000 n cln d ed ta th e above Hat fo r suhsdlsnr P re s b y te ra n m tn- Jsters stpen ds, 10,000 w ll cp n s ttu te a ttobt; h a lf the ncom e o f whch w ll g o to w ards tb e n com es o f th e c lerg y m e n o l th e j P res b yte ra n Churches a t B o u rk e, U raua, [J e rlld e re, and N a rran d era, and tb e o th e r h a lf o t the ncom e w ll be pad to th e P re s b y te ra n A s s em b ly o f N e w S onth W a le s to a s s s t m n crea sn g th e stpen ds o f p o o rly -p a d c le r g y - m en o f th a t den om n aton n N e w S outh j W a e a : and 6090 s upon tr u s t to p ay th e n - fjco m e to th e c lerg ym e n f o r th e tm e b e n g o f th e T e s b y te rla n Churches a t G lo u gb w a ter, Hrqaghsbaue, an d Clough. C o n n ty A n trm, r e - f land. T h e H n lv e rs lty bequests a r e u n con d ton al. Tha p ro p o rton s o f th e re sd u a ry b equ ests are specfed aa fo llo w s : T h e resd u e o f th e e s U te (estm a ted a t 1, ) s d vd ed n to tw o equal shares. O ne share s d rec te d to b e held n tru st as to tw o p arts o f th e annual ncom e fo r th e U n v e r s ty o f S yd ney, and th e re m a n n g o n e-th rd o f th e annual n com e fo r th e U n v e r s ty o f B rsb an e. T h e oth er share o f tbe re sd u e s d vd ed n to (th re e p arts, tw o o f w h ch a re to be ap p led fo r th e r e le f o r aselstan ce o f m em b ers o f th e A u stra la n M U lta ry a \ N a v a! E x p e d tonary Forces who bave reprvod on actve serv ce abroad, o r th e w d o w s and c h ld re n o f such m em bers as m ay h ave b een k lle d o r ded, o f wounds n th e rece n t w a r. T b e re m a n n g th rd p a rt s d vd ed n to th re e p arts, o f w b lch tw o p arts a re to b e a p p led to w ard s th e ad van cem en t o f re lg o n n th e S ta te o f N e w South W aob, n aocorda n ce w th th e ) te n ets o f th e P re s b y te ra n Church o f A u s- tra lla, and fo r such g e n e ra l e d u ca to n al p u r- p osos o f th a t Church a s th e G en era l A s sem b ly m ay fro m lm e to tm e d eterm n e, and tb e re m a n n g th rd p a r t s to b o ap p led f o r the sam e o b je c ts n tb e S ta te o f Q u eensland. T he w ll w as dated F e b ru a ry , a n l S r Ssm ne] ap p on ted b s b ro th er. M r. J o h M Caoghoy. of Yarrabee, Narrandera jm r. M atth e w R obn son, a T o o ra ls a taton, B d n rkc, and M r. Jam es Ashton, M.L.C., o f Sydney, h s e x e c u tors end trustees. T he publcaton o f th e con ten ts o f 3 lr S am u el M C au gh eys w ll h as been recelve-1 w th deep g ra tlflc a llo n n re lg o u s an d edu -. ca tlo n a l "trc les. T h e c a th o lc ty o f th b b e quests w ll be re fle rted at. th e m e m o ra l s er- ve to -m o rrow m o rn n g a t S t. S teph en s Church, P h lllp -s trc e t, w h en th e p rea ch e r w ll [ b e th e R ev. P ro fe s s o r M a c n tyre, o f th e re s- b yte rla n Church, and th o lessons read b y th o R ev, F. T. P erk n s, o f C ra n b ro o k Church o f E n glan d S ch ool, and th e R e v. C. J, P re s c o tt, D.D., o f tb e M eth o d st (N e w n g to n ) C o lle g e. M r. E. E lh ott, n Secondng the m oton o n b e h a lf o f h e m anu facturers, refbrre-l.to th e w a y n whtcta tho G erm ans, b efo re th e war. used to sen d men to E n glan d to skm, th e cream o f scen tfc know ledge, w th w hch th e y retu rn ed to th e r own cou n try an d s e t to w o rk t o o u tstrp th e r to o tru s tn g sland com p ettors. T he G erm ans accom pushed m uch by tb e lr s ce n tflc lte ra tu re, a» d th e p eop le o f A u stra la m u st am at sec u rn g th e m ost rece n t aclentffe jou rn als, fo r research w o rk cou ld a o t b e c arre d on w th ou t fre e acoesa to such lteratu re. M es sra tt. J. Sm art, S. R ad cllffe. aad H. O. S m th supported tb e m oton, wbch as carred. O n th e m oton o f D r. G re lg-s m ltb H w a s decded th a t th e com m ttee to w a t on th e G overn m en t should con elst o f the preedenlb o r charm en e n d qfcers and cou n cls o f th e fou r chem cal o cletes. n am ely, the R o y a l S o ce ty aud ts ndustr a l secton, the S o cety o f Chem cal n d u stry. th e A u strala n Chem cal la s tu lu te, and tb e T ech n cal C o l l e y Chem cal S ocety. lul)t HonS etrar. j Y F K D A T, AT%U ST 1, a b s u r d l a w s. PROBATE DUT ON PATROTC GFTS. E S T A T E S A N D D P O C E. T h e an n u al re p o rt o f th e n c orp o ra te d L a w n s ttu te o f N e w South W a le s adopted at the annual m e etn g o f m em b ers yesterd a y re - 1(e rre d to th e fa c t th at th e C om m sson er o f.stam p D u tes requ red e xecu to rs o r adm lnls- ftra c e rs to d sclo se an d p ay p ro b a te d u tes 00 a ll g ft s o r con trb u to n s w h ch a deceased j p erson m g h t have m ade to p a tr o tc funds w th n th re e yeara o f death. RepresentatOQB bad been m ade to tb s P re m e r an d T re a s u re r (tb e re p o rt s ta te d ) to ssue such n stru ctlon a as w ou ld secure the 1re m o va l o f tb e oblg ato n, p on tn g o o t tb a t d u rn g th e e a c ly d ays o f the w a r n stru c to n s bsd heetj gv e n re lea sn g sold ers g o n g to th e fro n t fro m la b lty to atsftnp p ow ers o f a tto rn e y w b lch tb ey le ft behnd. The o n ly r e p ly re ceved w as h a t such g fts w ere la b le to p roba te d uty under tho Stam p u tla a A c t o f and tb a t s m la r la w «o x s.rd n a ll th e o th e r S la te s o t the C o m - n.cn w ea)t U w as a lso re p o rted th a t. n accordanc- w lb a d p s re exp ressed by m em bers a t th e 1913 {t.uual m eetn g o f the n sttu te to u r g e The un B raton o f th c d v o rc e la w s througoht A eru M a, re p res en ta to n s had been made to a ll tho r t b e r law aoclatles n lb e C o m m o n - weal-.h, and afl, w th th c excep to n o f t h a t o f W s r r n A u stralln, b ad exp ressed a p p ro va l of th e o bject. T he C om m on w oaltb A tto rn e y - G eneral w as now b en g roquosted to c on s d e r th e q u es to a o f u n fyn g tb e d vo rce law s th rou gh ou t the States. T n e coudcu re p o rted tb a t n r e p ly to sn n q n ry fro m th e L a w n s tlu te o f V u to rl. urtrlressed to them a t tbe tm e wben thn Fd.*ral Parlament w a s c on sd ern g th e qnea- P. o t t r e tr n g pen son f o r S r Sam uel G rffth, tb ey had exp ressed ap p ro va l o f the. n tp le o t g ra n tn g p ro p er r e tr n g n llo w - ftm v a to th e H g h Ctourt Judges vrheneve- th e s ta te o f the F r d e r a l fnances p erm tte d As a re s u lt o f th e corretpon d en co a le tte r had b een w r tte n to th e A e lln g P rm e M n s te r n form n g hm th a t th e go v ern n g bodes of tbe Auetralan >aw Spcetes were n f a v ou r a t th e p rn cp le (h a t adequate p en ccn s should b e p rovd ed to r Judges o f th e K lg h t upon tb e r rc tre m e n f. 30)! GREAT BEQUESTSy WLL OF LATE SK SAMUEL MUAUGHET. CHARTES.AND EDUCATON. t s u n d erstood th a t th e v a lu e o f tb e estate o f th e la t e S r S am u el M C augh ey s betw een 1,000,900 and 2.000,000. and th a t th e gre u le r p orton o f th o am ount w ll bo devoted to educ a to n a l and e h a ra b le o bjects. H s EJxcellenT th e G o vern o r-q cn era l haa n tm a te d hla n ten to n o f b en g p resen t on the occason o f tbo s erv c e to be held tn m em o ry o f th e lato S r Sam uel M Caughey n St. S tep h en s Church. P h llh p -s tre et. a t 11 o c loc k on Sunday m o rn n g n ext, and a s exp ected th at the G o vern or, S r W a lte r D avd son, w ll a ls o attend. S ev e ra l edu caton al n stltu to p s. ncludng th e ln v e r s ty o f S yd ney, tb e c t y hosptals,.and tb e w o o l and p a s to ra l a tercs ts. w ll be re p res en ted a t h c s erv c e, whch w ll be ro n dn cled by th e R ev. P ro fe s s o r M acn trre, {D.D. T h e Sen ate o f the E m o ry U n v e rsty, O eor- gla, U.S.A.. has fcon ferred-th e h o n o ra ry d e g r e J lof D o cto r o f D v n ty on th e R e v. C. J. P res -1 co tt. U. 0 (O xnm ). p resd en t and b ea d m a sterl N e w n gton Clege. j W D JTESD AT, ACOUST 6, 1S19. THE WEEK N LONDON (B T OUE SPECAL CORBBSPONDENT.) E m p U e S o l d e p e B d u c a t l o B. LO N D O N, Jan e 1 0 A t A u s tra la H ou se th s w eek a conferencu t>f e x p e rts la d scu ssn g th s educaton Bchemes f th e B rts h arm y an d th e E m pre forces. he con feren ce w a s c a lle d by S r H enry V ls on, C h e f o f th e m p e ra l G enera) S ta ff md t s atten ded b y m any men who a r t m lo e n t to th e edu ca ton al w orld, aa d w h «lee n th s p row em o f th e eduoatloo o f thr o ld t e r p o s s b lte s o f (h e b g b e s t v alu e t,ba Elmplre. F o r t s ap p aren t h a t o ;esult Of th e e du ca ton o f s old e rs as t h( je on d ev elo p ed d u rn g th e w a r s an D creast le s fre on the p a rt o f th e m en to ta k e un r e ffty courbea, an d th e c h e f c o a ce ra m Jls e o a fe re n ce a t A u stra la House has been ;o s e t up such rolaton a h lpa betw een th e u n - r e rs lte s o f th s c ou n try and th e u n v erstes of tho E m p r e eou ntrea o ve rs ea as w ll mako t p o s s b le to r students to change o ve r fro m one to th e o th e r w th o u t any loss o t statu s o r d sa d v a n ta ge o f a n y knd. T h e d lseu ty n {the w a y o f th le ta, chefly, chat o f a lte r n g (som e o f the hard and fa s t ru les as to ad m ss o n to and atten dance upon th e cou rses a t {O xford and C a m brdge, and th e frst d a y o f the con feren ce w a e d ev o te d m ore o r less to joxehange o f argum en ts on th s subject b y ro - p re s e n te tv e s o f th ose un verb lles and re - p res e n ta tve s o f the u n lv ergltle s o f o versea t m t r le s. T b e spok esm an fo r Canada, C ol- onel T o r y, p resd en t o f th e U n v ersty o f [A lb e rto, and o f th e K h a k U n v ersty, e sta b - Olsbed d u rn g th e w a r to r th e b en eft o f C ana* ]dla BQlders, d e a lt w th th e need fo r an m -.peral E du caton Bureau, w hch should e x s t ln Lon don, fo r the purpose o f d strb u tn g n fo rm a to n w h e re ve r la th e E m p re t waa d es re d by students w sh n g to be up to d ate jas to u n v ersty fa c lte s n eou n trla * o th e r than tb e r own, and totorm atton a lso as to {app on tm en ts a v a la b le aud as to the scholastc c a re ers o f m en lk e ly to be e lg b le for auch. C olon el T o r y em phaslaed tbe value o auch a burean a s n va rlo n s w sya a p o n t o f con ta c t b etw een the u n v ersty students of u e B rts h E m p re, an d b e «««supported b y felr D onald M a c A lls ta r, p rn cp al o f G lasgow U n lversu y, P r o fe s s o r R am say M ur, and Dr. H ll, o rg a n s n g a e c reta ry o f tbe a lrea d y ex- la ten t U n v e r s te s Bureau, whch. t s hoped, F l l p ro v e to h a v e been th e nucleus o t tha la r g e r o rga n s a to n now proposed. T h o p u eetloa o f n te rc h a n g e a b llty o f c re d t t o r teork done b y students tran sfe rrn g fro m OB) E m p r e u n v ersty to anoth er w as n troducoff jby ( p ta ln B. R. H olm e, o r Sydney, who to [the charm an o f tb e A u strala n U n v e r s tle r.comzdlttee o f th e a rm y educaton scbenfl- Captan H o lm e re fe rre d to th e g re a t nflux o f S tu den ts te th e u n v e rste s o t th s cou n try snce the e n d n g o f th e w a r dom non students am on g th e n um b er, and be went o to u rge th e need to r g re a te r fa c lte s o t tran sfe r o f students fro m one n n fverslty f o s o o th e r w th o u t lo ss to those students o f c red t fo r w o rk a lrea d y done. " A fu lle r academc brotherhood, w tb a consequent r e m oval o f exlb tln g ru les s g a ln s t re co gn ton \f {tm e spen t a t o th e r un lversltlef. w ae burden o f ou r re p resen ta tv e s ap p ea l; b \ t lb e w a s a t o n ce cou n tered b y th e M a s te r ( t f C orp us C h rlb t. C am brdge, who. remarklnp upon dlfflcu U les n th e w ay. sad th a t Cam-:, b rd g e w a s n o t p r m a r ly a p lace o t le a rn lrg - b u t B p la c e tb e c h e f v a lu e o f w h ch to H * stu d ent w as h ( resd ence th ere f o r th re o y e a r*. T h e M a s te r o f B a lllo l. to o, though j sym p ath etc, urged th e v alu e o f te rm * a t O x fo rd, s a y n g th at th e excuse o f O x fo rd th e v e r y r e a l edu caton a v a la b le th e re, th " h s to rc a l a n d o th e r assocaton s, and tb < n teracto n o f u n d ergrs d u ate t one upon a- oth er, and h e d oes n o t th n k t qn lto fa r ma g v e an O x o rd d eg ree to a student a fte r. =ay. (one y e a rs resd ence a t O x fo rd because o f? stu d e n t sta tu s a t an oth er u n versty. Otfte- m a tte rs. als o, w e rs dscussed, and p r o flu l; k rg o m e n l heard, and tb e con feren ce ts r - arded as o f con sd era b le value to th e 8tude::t m ovem en t. C o lo n el M agu re, D.S.O.. la te A.D.M.8.. d n vfo D 0 L r n a com m uncaton to lo s fbther, M r. O. F. M agu re, o f R a th v en. dt. M a rk B-road. R sn d w lek. states th a t he has poesed th e p rm ary axam ln atlon fo r th e lf R.C S. (L o B d o a ). and s now c o n ta u h tf hu stu d es n th e Lon don H osp ta l. b e fo re the w a r b ro k e out, waa on th e s U f l at th e M ed ca l S ch ool. Sydney U n v ersty.

24 310 O B T r A n Y. MR. H EN RY EO RD. O n" «f th e beat-know n flru res to r a l M o e a U o n p aasm a w a y o n l u r d a y. n th e porann o f M r. H e n ra h * w b o bad been {natnc.tor o f a g rcu ltu re a t th e Ryrtoey Tech ncal C o lle ge alnco fkw. ad- futlon lo con d u ctn g clara ea at G ra n rlllc. Me wae n harneae to th e laet. b en g at the eolle go tw o boura b e fo re hla death, from eerc b ra l h em orrbflge. n e p H «o f b a 67 yeare. he rem aned re m a rk a b ly a c tv e, and OB the prevous Saturday had conducted prunn g dem on atratlona fo r he studenta. n ad- d tto n to b en g p resd en t o f tho C ham ber o f A g rfe llu r e (b e n g re -ele c te d only w eeka a g o l. and a ntem ber o f th e c ou o e ot th e R o y a l A g rc u ltu ra l S o c e ty, a ls o a m e m b er o f h e e x e c u tv e and grou nd ro m m U te e o f th a t Boclety, ho w aa a t a ll tlm ea m o s t w lln g to c o -o p erate n sny m ovem en t whch had f o r ts o b je c t the advan cem eot ot agrcu U u rc. CHEMCAL SOCETES. \7 MORE UTERATURE WANTED. T h s le c tn re-b a ll o f tbb P u b llo U b r a r y E x b l- b lto a at th e E db calon D e p a rtm e n t was set ap art last n lgb t fo r ou r cbem Jcal s o cetes. T h e re was a la rg e atteudan ce. M r. F ra n k L e v e rrle r, K.C., w b o was a B a ob e lor o f S cence, preaded. T b e c ba frm ao exp lan ed tb a t tbe o b je c t o f tb e m e e tn g w a s to dtacuas tb e m a n n er m w h lcb tb e usefu lness o f th s P u b lc L b ra ry cou ld bs exten d ed n con n ecton w tb e cle o tflc and trad e lte ra tu re. S ce n tfc men and to- d u stra ltsts, be sad, w e re equ a lly n terested, th e m p o n a n c e e f te c b n c a l lte ra tn re d ea ln g w lb c h em cal* and c h e m s try b en g now fu lly reco gn sed b y s k lle d w o rk m en as w e ll a a by BClenlfc n v ee tlgeto re. P ro fe ss o r John R ead m o v ed an d M r. E. C lllo tt seconded tbe fo llo w n g resolu ton, whch waa c arre d u a an lm o u sly: T b a t a re p res eo tsttv e com m ttee w a t upon tb e Oo- vero m en t to u rge tbe n ecessty fo r m ore com - m odlon s lb r a r y pvemlbea, a o d fo r lo craasn g the gra n t to tb e Pu b lc L b ra ry fo r tb e p or- cbaae o f s ce n tfc p e ro d c a ls an d books.** A fte r speech es by M essrs. B. J. Sm art. J. B a d c lffe, and H. O- Sm th, t was decded, on tb e m oton o f Dr. R. G re lg-s m ltb, seconded by U r. S. P. S b ley, Chat tb e com m ttee should n clude tb s bon. s e c re ta r e s a o d oth er otsclala o f th e R o y a l S o c e ty o f N e w South W alea and ts n d o a trta l sec to n, th e A u stra la n C b em lca ) n sttu te, th e S o cety o f Chem cal ndustry fsydney s e c o n ), and th e S yd aey T ec b n e a l C o lle g e Chem sts* S o cety. H t yanf Ronuntr rraft. T U U : S D A V. A U G U S T STENCEK PLACE.Vl N WAR AND PEACE. RO PEStO R DAVD S VEW. F n reb err D avd, t t tb e R o y a l S o c e ty s fo o m s last n g h. waa p resen ted b y tbe prosl- n t o f th e a o clo ly. ro fe s a o r C, E. F a w a ltl, w lb th s C la rk e M em o ra l M ed sl aw ard ed lo hm hy tb o s o o le ty w h le he w ae a b sen t a l tle fron t. T b e m eda l, w b lrb w as entab- lsbod n m em o ry uf tb s U t e R ev. W. B ClBrko, the fn tb e r o f A u stra la n g e o lo g y, s aw arded fo r m e rto ro u s con trb u to n s to tbe te o lo g y, m jn e ra o gy, or nstu ru h sto ry o f,.\uslr.tna, and waa p resented to P ro fe s s o r! Davd n reoogd ot o f lla em n en t s erv lo es n tho feld o t A u stra la n gcolugy. j A ck n o w led gn g Ujg pr«*sentau0d. P ro fe ss o r O avd uad th a t tlm m a tte r o f sclenc n w u r] WAS to h U m nd an e x r e m e ly m p o rta n t o n e now n tm e o f peace. D u rn g th e w a r." be cou ln uet, th ere can b e no qu eston a t a ll tb a t n tb e e a r ly stages b oth our a r m y and uuvy w e re a t v ery scrcu s d sa d van ta ges as com pared w th th e G erm an arm y and n a v y fo r btj w a n t o f atten to n n p eace tlm s to a d efln te p laco fo r s le n c e n tbe S fh em e fo r lb s n aton a l d efen ce o f th e cou n try. Sclonc<- had n ot g o t ts p roper p la c e b t th e begn n n g uf tb e w a r n our D m pro. t w a s o u ly to- w a rd tbe end o f th e w a r b a t t began l e g e l lln to u s p roper p la re. N o w wo h ave the L v tg u e uf -Natons started. W<* h ope atl bwueve th at th a t L-ague U go n g to be n aplonda fa tt o r fo r (r y s a llb r v th e pdce of lh e wurw. 60 th a t t s lu ll n e v.r o gn ln be lquefed o r lused l h ln s o f w ar. R u t wc-. do but know w h ere th a t L eagu e la g u ln g to ] lead us; w e a ll know tb a t the g re a t bopvl n lb e lr:mvllhtf fu tu re U n tb e w h o le «f H " puople tb ru u fu ou t tbe K m p lr j aundnvl stru n gly tn geth vr. shu ulder to sbculder. and w # s h a ll su rely b a rtj tn- «s - m tlu t the w ar b»<! tn u fh t u- tu t sclon ec w ll bava-> a b e tte r p U c c thsn * t an y tm e n the pat. (Hc-ar, hnnr.l l.cless th s w h u l" n aton put forth, ts h o*t e ffo rts n th e Sam s p rt o f d e v n -. on lb t b os e who m ade th e "X trem e sat-rl- fc e dd wc shall h ot progroas. but m»y go flwwn. t s th e duty o f o l o f us to do. arh. ffn m d y lo day. our v e r y lcst tm tll wn on l>rogr<?; n OOr P stk m a l U fr. fo r th a t jalu v cun load to s tro o g lb, to fr-edott. o b d l.**! > 9 T O W N -P L A N N N G. T b e G overn m en t P r n te r forw a rd s os A b oo k let b y M r. John Sulm an on tho su b ject o f to w n -p lan n n g, u a afl n te fe s tln g an d practcal b oo k let, d ea ln g la sm p le fo rm w th tb a problem s o f tb e c ty. n an n trod u cton f e tha M nlstttr f o r L o c a l G overn m en t b e says:-- "B v e r y c tze n s v t a lly a ffec te d ; n on e a om tted fro m dan ger. A s w e understand tb o W om cm s o f dsease b e t te r to -d a y tb a n a t n y p revo u s e ta g e o f th e w o rld s h s to ry, w o {BOW th a t T h e w a ges o f th a slum s la d e a th ; ml w th th a t k n ow led ge w e have a re sp o n sl- U lly re s tn g on e v e ry on e o f us to fo rw a rd ;Hc uw m o vem en t fo r b e tte r v llla g e e, b e lt e r tow ns, b e t te r c te s, b e tte r hom es, m o re g a r - j leom and tree s, m ore b rea th n g spaces. T b o 9ooV m akes a n o th e r a tte m p t to d e s tro y tb a t fe tlv b o f A u stra la n to w n -p lan n n g th e 66ft road. t w as a le g a c y o f S r G eorge R e d b t ble W d th o f S tre e ts A c t. tb a t e v e ry ro ad w a a to b e fft w d e. T b e b e le f b as p erssted, s M n e a rly a ll cou n cls w ll ta k e n o th n g le ss, Af th e sam e u m e, tb e y requ re n o th n g m ore. M r. Sulm an p o ln U o u t tb a t tbe w d th o f m read sbould n o t b e a r b t r a r ly fxed, bog hond b e re gu la te d b y tb e p r o b le traffc. t m ay o o t b e enou gh f o r tb e m a n t b r o u rosto; t s u n n e ce ss a rly w d e f o r short* tt Aldon tul s tre e ts w h e re th e o n ly w h e ele d! tra ts e to th e trad esm an s c a r t." K A T.- A n r w f. Cherlw Wrevood U n j lau Bataol S Y D N E, T H U R S D A Y. A U G U S T 7, HEALTHY TOWNS. MODERN PLANNNG METHODS. MR. SXMAN S LECTLRE. T he thrd o f the seres o f lectures on Tow n P la u n lu g " by M r.-joh n Sulman (Syduey Unt- v ers t} E xtenson B oard), w as gv en a t th e U n v ersty last nght. T b e le ctu re r d ealt wth th s h ealth o t tow ns. T b e tendes-y o f m odern cvlsaton, M r. Sulman sad, was to con gregate a la rger and la rger proporton o l tbe people n the towns, and tbe health o f to w n -d w ellers was, th e re fore. a m atter o f v lu l m porwnce. Congeston (lu tn g tbe hours o f w ork n the d w o lln g ; lodstltuted the chef e v l to be com bated. O t equal m portance w as n atural lgh tn g and anshl. t was ap p alln g fro m a b cath pont o f vlem to re alse w b at a la rge p roporton o t c ty w o rk ers c arre d on tb e lr dutes by a r t fca l lgh t. T o-d ay, os hc re su lt o f n resolu te attack on th e d rn k trade, o f tb o glv u g o t good physcal tr.lnng to the w h ole populaton, and the adopton o f oth er w se measuros, th e Swede* w ere a sound race, pbyaloally th e fnest n E urope, nnd tb e r to w n p eo p le w e re even fner then those o f the country. T he exp erences o f Lctchw orth, P o r t Sunlght, end B o u rn vllle Were m ost encouragng. L v e rp o o l bad spent con sderably o v e r a m lu on ste rln g, te a rn g down slums snd bou sng tb e people, w th ex- re llc n t reaalts. A tow n o f any ssc should bo provded w th a perm uucn t supply o f pure w a te r and an underground sew erage. T b e collecton and dlaposul o f garbage was an m portant fac to r. t each h ouseholder w ere suppled w th a sm p le n cnerator, and com pelled to use U, a gra ve d anger to h ealth would be overcom e. Bxhausted qu arres and c la y or shale p ts w ere often flled up w tb rubblsb, and they should be taboo f o r bnld ln g s te s- A n abundance o f p lan t lfe was tm p o rtact n roaln tsa n g p urty o f atm osphere. On the queston o f tbe p erm ssble dcnsuy to f populaton, the le ctu re r sad th s depended upon m any factors. n tbe resd ental secton o f suburbs 60 persons p er a cre (o r U dw ellngs) could be housed under (a r ly h ea lth y condt- tluus. T he sze o f th e sllo lroen t w as o f ltt le m portance as lon g as the to ta l m em bers o f persons p er acre dd not exceed tbat lm t. T he w h ole s u b jec l-o f h ealth n (o w n s resolved fts e lf nto tbe qusston whch was o f p aram ount m portance m oney or men? A prevou s lectu re by M r. Sulman, n tho la rge G eologcal Lectu re T heatre, aod attended by o v e r 150 etudents. d ealt wth the c vc survey, vz., B d agnoss o f the con dton s o f town lfe. BO th c t a tow n plan may be prepared on absolu te data and m stakes thus be avoded. A.<(o w tb tbe djtercnt knds o f towns, p o ltc a l cap tals, com m ercal csn tres, ports, m ant- facu rln g, znnlog. aud a grcu ltu ral tow ns, and. ln ajly. pleasu re resorts, fh e la e t part o f the lectu re d ea lt w th tho d vson o f tow n s nto d strcts, BO tb a t th e d fferen t requ rem en ts o f tow n lfe wond be fu lly mat, and would not s p o l one anoth er as th ey do a t present. SCENCE & NATONAL DEFENCE. LNKNG UP URGED. PROF. DAVD S STRRNG SPEECH. TE CLARKE MEMORAL MEDAL Tho future a fu ll of perl to m y mnd. t s the great duty of all of us to put out from day to day absolutely our very heat efforts, to aee that -we ensure the sold progress of our naton along- lnes that w ll lead to strength, freedom, and peace. P ro fe ss o r D avd closed a v e r y m pfanalve speech la s t n gh t w th tb ese w o rd *, n a c k n o w led gn g th o presentaton to hm b y lb e R o y a l S o ce ty o f th e C la rk e M em o ra l m edal, wbch had been aw arded to bm b y th e s o c e ty w h le b e was absent at the fron t. T h s m edal, whch was establsh ed n m em ory o f R ev. U. B. C la rk e, (h o fa th e r o f A u etrala n geolog y, s aw ardc4 fo r m ertorou s con trbu tons (0 the geolog y, m n eralogy, o r n atural h sto ry o f A u strala, and was presented to P ro fe se o r D avd n recogn ton o f b s cm ln eft s erv c es n the feld o f A u strala n geolog y. P ro fe ss o r C. E. F a w s tt. n h an dng the m edal to P ro fe ss o r D avd, sad f th s w ar had been produ ctve o f any good, then t aus p e r haps the g re a te r recogn ton wbch scted late had ofatnned at th o war, and they hoped also, a fte r tbe war. P ro fe ss o r D avd bad bad tbe good fortu n e to ren der serv c e to tbe m p e ra l and A u strala n fo r c e s n b s ow n subjoct. end fro m w h at th ey bad beard snce hs retu rn, he w o rk was v ery much s p p re ca ts d. (.Ap- plnuse.) P rofesn or D avd, who was w a rm ly welcom ed, rad he wae d eeply g ra te fu l to tho m em bers for th e r v e ry Knd thought n c on ferrn g upon blm th s m pdal~q nc o f the bgbe.l h onors wblcb a r y occn tlfr w o rk e r n A u stra la cou ld hope to attan. H e was a lso v ery g ra te fu l fo r w hat had beeu eald about the em al p a rt b e had been a b le to p lay n try n g to en ls t the sym pathy o f lb e publc w th scence. H e f e lt s tro n gly th a t n eth er n th e O ld-country n o r n tbs c ou n try dd the p eop le p ro p erly a p p rec a te th e m m ense value, and e sp ecally a k n ow led ge of. neleuce for th e n aton al progress. T h s had. been a tm e recen tly o f propaganda- T h ey heard a gre a t deal d n rln g th e w a r o f p ro p a ganda. and t wfe h e d u ty o f a l] o f them, t heem ed to hm. to d evote not on ly tb e lr beet e ffo rts lo work n tb e cause o f aclence, but to try and convnce th er fello w -m en lo help and su pport scen tfc w orkers. -Amongst those o f (h e past, one n atu ra lly a t once th ought o f tbe g r e a t man n whose m em ory th s m edal had been gven. W at and See Polcy. D urng the w ar they beard a gre a t deal o f (b e,vat aod s o e " p olcy. t w as Mr. C la rft s b eltet th rou gh ou t tb e w h ole o f b s lfe to -go and seo, and th e resu lts they saw n th e m m ense m onum ental s o r k w hch <ke ae- rompllshed. He bas W t there a precous ber- t*ge ll h s w od dcrfnl " * - T h e re could b e n o queston, p roceeded P ro fesso r Davd, th at d urn g the e a rly stages o f the war both our arm y and n avy w e re a t a very serous dsadvantage as com pared w th tbe Germ an arm y and o «v y, fo r w ant o f h avn g n peace tm e a d efnte p lace fo r scen ce n tha, scheme uf n atonal defen ce o f the country. S cen ce dd n ot g e l ts p roper p lace a tbe begn n n g o f the w ar., t was only tow ards the end th a t aclence began to g e t t * p ro p e r place. N o w that tb ey had g o t the Leagu e o f N aton s be hoped t would be a splendd fa c to r tn rry sta n sln g peace. W e do not know exa ctly where ths was gong to lead u*. hnt we dd, k n o w ttaal our g re a t hope fo r the m m edate futu re was a our own people throughout the whole B rts h G m pre s lsu d ln g s tro n g ly shoulder to shoulder. L e a s o n s o f th e W a r. P ro feseor- ta vld went on to urge thtft we should b oron gh ly learn the lessons th e war had taught, and the fo lly o f not h avn g gven aclence ts p ro p e r p lace n tm e o l peace. ] C hem stry, pbyse*. m edcne, engneern g tcp eclu lly engneern g and to s lesser e *te n l ge o lo g y and the oth er scentflc branches, such as agrcu ltu re should a ll have a d efln te place, n our Bcbeme of natonal defence organsaton.. te tbonglm t woe tbe duty o f (b e R oyal S o ce ty, am on gst oth er prcpagonda w ork, to ta k e sw eet counsel w th tb e naval and m lta ry auth ortes, and pont out to them th at they bad a specal axe to grn d n ths m a tter, f w e were to be re a lly assured o f the efs ceory o f delen djn g ourselves and p reservn g our free* (lorn, wc should h av* flcence p roperly repre- sen ted as p a rt o t our n a v a l and m U ltary d «- fence n tm e of peace. T h e S a c rfc e. feel v ery stron gly about ths late w a r." sad P tofen sor Davd, feelln gh. " n A u sw a- ln w e have lo st som ethn g tke young lv es n o rd er th at w «m gh t he a fro e naton. Those o f us to whom t has been p erm tted to su rvve are n very Bolcmn duty bound, when w e tlk o f that splendd sacrfce, to put ou( ou r utm ost effort n tbe way o f advancng know ledge. W e need to dodlcate ourselves fro m day to day to our sm ple duuee. esjecaly th ose engaged n ecen tlfc vesenrcb. n ttae same sprt o f sacrlflce tb at tbose young f e l low s who bave gv o o tb e r lves, and those hundreds ol oth er fated to survve. T h l* was our solem n duty. P ro fe ss o r Davd re te ra te d n concluson, now peace bod come. Mome thought Jt wa* go n g lo be e asy and com-1 fo rta b le f o r us, but uoleas tb s w h o le naton pur. uht Us b est e ffo rt n Just tbat sam e s p rt o f d evoton ag those who made th e supreme oacrlore. we sou ld nut progress and w e m ght g o under. f anythng h a v e done n m y lle -tlm e bas n nay w ay eucouraged o r nspred anybody else to tr v and w o rk tu tb e sam e d trectloa. he added, (hen that w ll have beeo to me a gre a t rew a rd. (Lftud applause.) Onr A d elad e correspoadent tela- gv&phs th at th e Sonth Au atralttn G overnm ent has sppobted Mr. MCoy. Dtrs< - t o r o f Educaton la Ttsm sn ls, to act n a sm lar capacty s South A u strals, a t 10t0 s year., M ss M urray t reslgfjn g 1» m the au ft o f the Ooulburn H gh School, to ta ke ad- vantagb o f a ra vs U ln g»choat*hlp aoa hy h er a t th e Sydney U n versty exam lna- tlona. She w ll b e succeeded b y Mas K. Murphy, o f the Bowral D s trc t j Scbool. P rofessor Davd waa laat n gh t preaen l- ed by tb e R oyal Socety w th the C lark* M em orel Medal, wblch h&d been s v e rd e d to hm by tbe lo ce ty w h llo he was absent a t th e fto n t n rw o g n lto n o f h l» aev- vces n tha flold. T he modal wa* establshed n m em ory o f Rev. W*. B. Clarke, tb e fath er o f Au stralao geology. C b c d p o u e H o r n u g lrraq, P K D A T. A U C r t js T S M r. W. T. M ccoy. B.A., D re c to r o f Educaton n Tasm an a, has been apponted to m s m la r postod n South A u stra la, a t a sa l- :a ry o f 1000 a year. n successon to M r. M. M. H aughon. B.A., w ho resgned n M ay laat n consequence o f a nervous breakdown. Mr.. M cc oy s 62 years o f age. and a B ach elor o f A r ts o f tb e S ydney U n versty. R e was for gxyrors an n sp e ctor o f sch ools n N e w Sonth ecaptald M alcolm P n la yson, o f th e A.A.M.O., a S ydney U n v e r s ty gradu ate, who served fo r o v e r th ree y ears a t tbe fro n t, bos been appon ted house surgeon a t tbe B radford R oyal lo frtn o ry. Y o rk sb re. H e s a son o f Mr. R o b e rt P n la yson, o f W o llon x o n v T T t a r : R e g s tr a r o f tho " J S y d n e y sn ce 1882, re ach - e a n s 62nd y e a r a fe w d a y s ago. H e w a s»» r n a t T a h a a, T a h t, S outh r. A eon o f th e la te R e v., Joh n UarfT, o f th e L o n d o n M s s o n a ry S o c e ty, h e a r r v e d n A u s t r a la n 18«. S T D N E Y. T H U R S D A Y, A U G U S T 7, 1919 SCENCE A N D THE NATON n urgng that our system of natonal (tefencc should bo offdently nterljnked wth tbo fullest scentfc knowlwlgo. Professor Du\Ml s preachng to the converted. There wn be no dlascnt from hs counsel that wo should thormgul.v lenm the lessons (he war has faugftt. am that wc should lealse lhe folly of not havng gven scence Us rujxt place \a tmes of pence. Clenstry." declares Profess}!- Davd, r>hr8k*s, racflcn, er- gloeerng >eswcally engneerng am to a lesser e.vtonf geology lunl the other seentc Tauches. such as ajrrjeulfre. should al have a deffc.aoe.ln our srhene of natonal defence orgmlsaton." T h e n d v u u ta g es (b e G e rm a n s u fh s ed l o th e e a r le r s ta g e s o f t b o w a r e x e u p lfy (h e w s d o m o f m a k n g th e m lt a r y nnd n a v a l a n u ns scc u tq ca H y w s e a s posk ble. t w a s n o t th a t t f e fjernns w o re n h e r e n tly m o re s cj en fl o r n v e n tv e n d e ta l ta n otlu r n a to n s, b u t th a t th e r w n d s w e r e m o re o p e n ( o lh e n e w e a m w g. a m h a t th e y w e r e m o r e e a g e r fo a p p ly tb e lo g c u f o cfeu ee to tho n ee d s o f w o r k an d w a r. T h e y dd n o t ft t a lo th e a n ju e n du.vlry, n o r n v e n t fh e a e ro p la n e, n o r b d th e frs t d r g b le, n o r demse th e m eth od f o r th e fx a to n o f ln gen.d t< r n v e n t th e m aeb ln c* gu n. n o r m n k e fh e lrsf p r a c tc a b le s u b m a rn e, n o r p ro d u c e e lh e r tb e th e o ry o r pra«*u ce o f w r e le s s te le g r a p ly b u t h e y w e r e n o t o n ly m o re w lln g t o nvq b e s e a m o lh e r th n g s f o r fb e r speejn l p u rp o s e s, b n t tb e y w e r e b e tte r a d e lo d o s o. W e mj).*!, th e r e fo r e, g o b a c k o f th e a c tu a l s e c n llfle n u o o r n ven l<-r. n n d th e jn d lv d u a l d s c o v e ry o r d e v c e, f w e w s h t o u n d ersta n d jx st h o w s c e n c e a n d u v e u to D c a n.vlejd th e r b e s t resu lta lo th e c o m m u n ty. W h u t w a s th e s e c re t o f G e rra a o y s c a p a c ty to g e t a h e a d lu tb e u se o f tb u g a jd c s o f w b c b s h e d d u o t n v e n t? O f c o u rs e, fh e u p -to -d a t e n c s» n th e m J llta ry s p h e re a a r tly e x p lc a b le o n th e o b v o u s fa t t tb a t P r u s s a lo o k e d u p o n th e m U lta r y a r t a s e s s e n ta lly a b ra n c h o f s e lo n c c. X o lb n g W as teu) g o o d f o r th e s o ld e r th e b ea t th a t s c e n c e a n d n v e n to n e e ld d o f o r b lm w a s n o t to o g o o d, a n d -w hat th e s o ld e r a s k e d f o r h e go t. Bnt tb t system would not have een possble- except on a co-relatve development of ndustral, commercal. an<} fnancal systen). The Oerman naton was organsed for the arts of war, because t waa organsed for th-* arts of peace, the mltary strength had ts roots deep down n the ndnstral strength o f Germany. t woow be utterly unsdenflflc, however, to a.<?sume that that capacty fo r economc organsaton wa* an accdental growth. t was no accdent; t was the tcal result of the German capahty for work, for thrft, for real" educaton, and for Uw and order. t s clear, therefore, that f we wsh to nterlnk srlencp and nventon wth our sjwtom of defence, we must endeavor to nterlnk t. frst aud foremost, wth onr arts of leuce, and that to acheve that end wo must contrlve n some way to nduce a change tn onr natonal temperament. Our oomrounty mnst leam to work more c fflc le D tly. and mn.vt leam to re.allhc thc value of tetter economc curgansatlon and the scentfc worth of the preservaton of uddslrlal law and order. W e need a renascence of the natonal mnd. Unless we can make ndustry and commerce from barbaran rads npon prodnctve eflceney, we can gve no gtarsut* for tbe development of scentflc research or nventve skll. f wc can secure ndustral low and order, and manfest to the world a natonal temperament favorable n nnutm-tlvr effceucy. the whole scentflc nventve capacty of the to productve effceucy, the wh world wll harness tself to the waggo* o, rc.sources.

25 311 S r D N E Y. F R D A Y, A U O U S T «. 1S13. y SC E N C E A N B T H E C O M M U N TY Trofppsor n.nvm hss tho advanta of a hghly favorable opportunty for lls demand that the clams and the value o f scouce j shall be more adequately recognsed by the j people of Australa. Cvlans have heard and read enough tc approeate the lessons of the war, though they have not receved so vvd an tnpresson of the cuse$uodces o f neglect as those who took part n Ue flglung. They realse now how great were the odds n favor o f a naton whch had de- Toled tself to the pursut o f knowledge and bad appled ts knowledge to the man ends of Us polcy. They know tlw t thousands of lves would have been saved f scence had been treated wth the same respect n England as n Germany before the war. and f durng ta earler stages scentsts bad been gven a smlar place n! mltary councls. To-contrast wth tbe proof of waste and delay n other dlree- Uous there s the record o f one department n whch research had been steadly pursued, and ts teachng followed. Mod- j cal scence prepared the armes n such a way that dsease was almost entrely elmnated. Medcal men offered ther servces wth such results that wounds were healel whch under earler condtons would have been fatal, thnt nervous systems were recu- peratetl after an unendurable stran, and that blnd and crppled solders were ftted to take ther owu part n cvl lfe. Tbe le5»- sou of those facts w ll not be gnored f t s emphassed by teachers so well qualfed as Professor Davd. The fruts of a scentfc tranng can nether be bought nor u-, provlsed. The naton whlcb underrates or gnores sooee o normal tmes must fal u a crss or pay a runous prce fo r ts defence. Xor. as Professor Davd poutel out, " l l these conclusons lose tholr valdty f the League of Natons s establshed or f wars are abolshed for ever. Scence must be gven ts place f a naton s to make the be.st use of ts owu resources and to overcome ts ndvdual defects. t s the only protecton aganst waste, whether of materal or of lal>or. t s esseutal to any scheme of defence, but none the less essental n every form of organsed ndustral and poltcal lfe. t Ls one o f the best gromds for hope a the present atmosphere o f nsanty that the oatons who have suffered by the war have recopmsed the need for a better standard of knowlwlge am for tho more general applcaton of ts fruts. Pmssa sot the e.x- ample a century ago. when n the day of her humlaton she foundml the Unversty of Berln. Tho Alles have sufferetl more n vctory than rrussla dd n defeat, nd they have set themselves to gve better opportuntes for educaton am mproved means of research. Au.strala has not endured an nvason or a dslocaton of ndustry-. but she has lost what she could afford less thnn any other country, the lves of sxty thousand men physcally ft and con- Ftous of the duty of every ctzen to hs fellows. Whle she was losng them she was acqurng new responsbltes, and the prodnetlvty o f her ctzens was dmnshng. The need of the applcaton of scence Ls therefore as urgent n her case as n that of any other country. Waste, o f effort must ] be reduced, the loss whch ths generaton aud the nest have suffered must be r e - placed, the specal problems of a country ; wth trodcal possessons and a tropcal ; constlue must be examned by ts owu ob-, servers on the spot. Te need for re.search and of ls practcal applcaton are rocog- nsel u tbe Bureau of Scence aud ndustry. and by the nsttute of Tropcal Me$ll- cne at Townsvlle, n addton to the State Department n these nsttutons on a lmted.ocale Australans can nvestgate ther own prolv lens for themselves. n poltcal, socal, and economc controverses we are content to reproduce the passons of other couatres. Au electon may turn on the wrongs of reland. a strke mny be fomentol by the doctrnes of Latn Syndcalsts, by nn echo of tbe Kusslnn revoluton, orby a smoulderng resentment at the treatment of unsklled labor n Amerca. Scence, fortunately, can attack the malades of Australa wth Aus- tralan data. n the nsttutons now aval- ] able there s some scope for research w hch contnuous and freb from the nterrupuous of pupls or poltcan a. But the respons- bllty for extendng the acentlfle sprt rests wth the unverstes a.s weu as wth Governments. Governmeuls may make a rule that scentsts are consulted, nnd that means of nvestgaton are n ther hands. t s for the uvcrstle.$$ to see that the teachng s ndequate and that dsnterested research ts both encouraged and rewarded. An especal responsblty at the present tme rests en tbe Unverstes of Sydney and Queensland. Tbey have recered hnge gfts from the MCaughey estate, and, lu Sydney at least, the Unversty has. n return for a grant, undertaken to tran large numbers of ondergradoates wthout fee. n these two clreumstances there s an opportunty aud a danger, rhere s an opportunty to app. these gfts ntensvely, to gve «uallfetl stu- denb stndy unnterrupted by teachng, to eqnlp them wth the best oppl- ances obtanable, and to allow them go on wth ther work, not carhg whether Us results can he 1 measured n modpy, There s a danger lest ovety student shall seek tbe most remuoru- ] th e professon and shall seek t only because t s remuneratve. Such a sprt hus been notced aud denoumel n the well- endow «unverstes of Amerca. t s just us luncul to tbe communty aa the prewar contempt for knowledge n Englan«l. t lends to deterorate professonal standards and lo»ro<luce a class of men as borwl nml 1 dssqtjslled as the unsklled lalmrer o f md- Ole lfe. The l»e.st antdote to t s to be fnud fn tbo sprt and the example o f such teachers as rofessor Davd. WA! SERVrE. D O C TO RS A S S O C.ftT O N S. A m eetn g ot m edcal p ra c tton e rs who h ave aerred oversea w ll be b eld on W ed n esd ay even n g next, a t a t th e B.M.A. lb ra ry E llja b o th -stree t, fop th e purpose o f e s u b lls h n g a unon o f retu rnnd m edcal o ffcers n N ew South W ales. Jn M ay o f tbs year a s m lar m eetn g w as held n M!- bourne. aad resu lted n tb e form aton o f the R eturned M edtcal Offlecrs A s socato n o f V c tora. T b ls s o c e ty has a ttra cted a la r g e p ro porton o f th e m edcal o fflcers w h o have re - lurned fro m a c tv e s erv c e, and la p ro vn g a Vr.uablo nstru m ent fo r c on servn g a cam a radere am ong them. T h e need f o r a s m la r m ovem ent 1s fe lt n th s S tate. S ev e ra l p ro m n ent d octors w ho b ave d stngushed w a r records are a c tn g as conveners. C.MVERarrY APPUCAT10X3 h wrtng, enclosng reference*, sre nrtcd lor Poston ot M a JlXlOU CLkKK, abcot u a dyal HOSPTAL FOR WOMEN. PADDlNCTOT. jlt. >r APPLCATONS a n njrted ler the poston of KESDENT MCOCAL OEPCEB of the above HospttaL Jnnlor to Oept.SOh. s 1M> per sfnua. and Seoor t o March Sht, at per a n n u m. W A L T E K S O S E R Y. S e t r e t a y. BewvolBt Softetv o f N.S.W.. Thoroaa-rtrret, d tr. QUESTON OF ETHC Remarkable Controversy B.M.A. ACTON GKOSS NJUSTCE DONE A m o et sero u s n ju s tc e h as b een d on e b y th e K th lc a l C o m m tte e o f th e B..M.A., w h ch exp an d ed m eats B r tsh M e d c a l A s s o c a to n. A s a -e«u lt 01 correa pon d en ce, ru fe b s o r D. A. W e ls h. M.D.. o f e y d n e y U n lv e r a ty, has been p ra c tc a lly c o m p e lled to re s g n fro m th e S y d n e y brunph o f th e B.M..A.. an d t h as b eeo a s g e ttea to h m t h a l f he re sg n s h s m e m b ers h p u f th e b ran ch he m u s t s m u lta n e o u s ly cease to ba a m e m b e r o f th e B..A. T o r e c o n s tru c t th o c rc u m s ta n c e * w h c h h a v e eacl to th s rem ark u bje a c ton, t B n ec e ss a ry to r e c a ll th e f a c t th a t th e n lu e n za p p ld em tc w a a r a g n g v o lo n ly n F e b r u a r y. F r o fe a s o r W ela n w a s n v te d b y th e G o v e rn m e n t to b e a m e m b e r o f th e M e d c a l C o n s u lta tv e C o m m tte e w b c h a d v s e d th e M n s tr y a s to th e s te p s w h jc h s h o u ld b e ta k e n,10 fg h t th e p a n d e m c. P r o fe s s o r W e ls h w a s fu rth e r m a d e c b a lrm a n o f a s p e ca l c o m m ttee w h c h w a s c o n s ttu te d to tr y to d s c o v e r th e o rg n o r cau se o f th e ou tbreak. T h r o u g h th e colu m n s o f " T h e S u n P ro fe s s o r W e ls h w a s a ls o a b lo to g v e a d v c e d rec t to h u n d red s o f th o u s a n d s o f p eop le as to th e b es t w a y to c o n s e rv e th e r h e a lth d u rn g th e p a n d e m c. F o r th a la t te r a c to n h o h as b een cbnaured b y th e E th c a l C o m m tte e o f th e B.M.A. T h e f a c t lh a t h s a x tc le s w e re o f m m e n se p u b lc v a lu e, a n d th a t th e y w e r e a p p ro v e d, n o t o n ly b y th e G o v e rn m e n t o f th e S ta te, b u t b y th o p eo p le o f th o S ta to, h a s g o n e f o r n o th n g. F o r d a rn g to h elp th e p eo p le to h elp th e m s e lv e s. P r o fe s s o r W e ls h h as been tr e a te d w th g ro s s n ju s tc e. A R T C L E S O N M A S K N G F r o m th e o u tse t o f th e e p d e m c P r o - fbskor W e lsh w a s a p r o ta g o n s t o f m a s k n g a n d o f o th e r re g u la to n s. N o t f o r tb e frs t tm e h e e x p re s s e d ha op n o n s n p rn t. F o r m a n y y e a rs h s n a m e h as b ee n fa m la r to th o p e o p le o f S y d n e y aa th e w r te r o f m o s t n fo r m a t v e a rtlc to s n th e d a lly p ress. W h e n tb e e p d em c b e c a m e sero u s " T h e Sun a t o n ce e n ls te d b s s e r v ce s, a n d m m e d a te ly h e c a m e n to c o n flc t w th o th e r m e m b e rs o f h s p ro fesso n w h o h eld c o n t r a r y o p n o n s. T h e trou b le w th th o B.M.A, o r g n a t e d n a le tte r ad d res s ed to th e E t h c a l Bub- e o m m ltte e o f th e B.M.A. b y D r. S y d n e y Jam eson. On F e b r u a r y 12 th a t g e n tle m a n w r o t e to th e S U l-c C n S lt** d e c la rn g th a t P ro fe a o s r W e ls h h ad feen g u lty o f a b rea ch o f e th c a l con duct, u a sm u ch a s b e h a d su p p lem e n te d hla n com e b y n d u lg n g n p rv a t e p ra c tc e. S u b se q u en tly D r, J a m e s o n w r o t e an a r tlo le o r le tte r th e d ffe r e n c e s th a t b e tw e e n tw e e d le -d u n l a n d tw c o d le - d ee to th e "M e d c a l J o u rn a l, w h c h w a s p ro m p tly re p rod u c e d b y a n e v e n n g c o n te m p o ra ry, w h e re u p o n P r o fe s s o r W e ls h w r o t e to D r. J a m es o n, th a t h a v n g " a lv e ly sen so o f y o u r k n d n ess t o m e w h e n fr s t c a m e to A u s tr a la. h e p re fe rre d n o t to e n t e r n to a n y c o n tro v e rs y - D r. J a m e s o n r e to r - ted H N ot o n lj d o f a l,to aee a n y w s d o m n th e ca u s e y o u a r e a d o p tn g n a d v s n g th e u se o f m a sk s, e v e n n th e s tre et, to c o m b a t an e p d e m c w h c h s so m ld a g to be p r a c tc a lly n e g l- g b le. b u t c a n n o t see e v e to e y e w t h l y o n m a tte rs o f p ro fe s s o n a l e o n - J d u c L Ths la t t e r a s p e c t o f th e case salng to d e a l w t h th ro u g h th e S u b -c o m m tte e o f th e B. M. A. F L A G T O U S O F F E N C E A w e e k passed. D r. S y d n e y J a m es o n th e n w r u te to th e s u b -o o m m ltte e d e c la r n g th a t P ro fe s s o r W e ls h wua e n g a g e d n c o m p e ttv e p r v a te p ra c tc e c o n t r a r y to th e te rm s o f th e C h a r o f P a th o lo g v. A n d, h e ad d ed. "Q u te a p a r t fr o m th e b r e a d s o f o u r lo ca l r e g u la to n s c o n c e rn n g la y p ujlcaton s. t s. 1 m a n ta n, a m o s t re p reh e n s b le a c to n nn th e p a rt o f th a p ro fe s s o r tu a p p e a r n th e p u b lc p res s on m a tte rs c h e fly o f techn cal an d academ c m p o rta n c e., as such d sc u s so n c an b e o f b u t lt t le n te r e s t l o th e ll-n fo rm e d m e m b e rs o f th e c om m u n ty, a n d s d e g r a d n g to o u r p ro fe s s o n n so f a r an t h o ld u p to rd c u le o u r e ffo r ts to m a n ta n a h gh e th ca l cod e o f h o n or.,. A n o ffe n c e such a s th e one a c c u s e P r o fe s a o r W e ls h o f h a v n g com Tntted, s a ll th e m o re fla g to u s w h e n t s c o m m tted h y a m a n o c c u p y n g h s h gh s ta n d a rd. L L -N F O R M E D P U B L C " W h a t th e E th c a l C o m m tte e th o u g h t o f t h e d e s c r p to n o f th e g e n e ra l p u b lc a.s "ll-n fo rm e d * m e m b e rs o f th o c o h m u n lty ", a d v c e to w h u m th ro u gh th e p re s s w o u ld b e d e g r a d n g to o u r p ro fe s s o n. s n o t o n re c o rd. B u t th o c o m m tte e w a s e v d e n t ly le ft s o m e w h a t n th e d a rk a s to w h c h c h a rg e D r. Bydnee* J a m es o n w s h e d t to pass ju d g m e n t on. t, th ere fo re, d e c d e d to ask h m " f bo d es re d th e E th c s C o m m tte e to d ea l w th th e q u e s to n o f P r o fe s s o r W e ls h p ra c ts n g, o r, m e r e ly b e n g n p ra c tc e, w t h th e q u e s to n o f h s w r t n g c e rta n s g n ed a r tc le s f o r th e la y p ress. M o s t p eo p le w o u ld e x p e c t D r. J a m es o n w o u ld h a v e fo r m u la te d h e a s s e v e r a to n s a lr a td y r.ude, b u t h e d d n o th n g o f th e katl. g o t r g h t d o w n to w b a t t s n ow o b v o u s w a s a n n o jn g lm rg h t th ro u g h..h e w r o te. " c a n n ot under-, fta n d h o w thn c o m m tte e c ou ld h a v e m s u n d ers to o d m y a c to n n th e m a tter, T h e o n ly p o n t u p o n w h c h w s h a d e c s o n fr o m th e c o m m tte e s a s to P r o fe s s o r W e ls h s c on d u c t a s a m e m b e r o f o u r a s s o c a to n c o m m ttn g a b rea ch o f ou r re g u la to n s r e g a r d n g n ew sp a p e r corresp on d en ce. D r. J a m e s on w e n t o n to a d d. "P r o fe s s o r W elsh s e n g a g e d n p r v a te p ra c tc e as w e ll as a c tn g a s P r o fe s s o r o f P ath o lo g>. an d u n d e r auch c rc u m s ta n c e s shou d b e d e a lt w t h by o u r a s s o c a to n n th e s o m e w a y as a n y o th e r m e m b e r w h o c u ra m lts b rea ch e s o f o u r re g u la to n s r e g a r d n g e th c a l lo n d u ct n p r a e tc e." DR. W E L S H S R E P L Y T h e s u b -c o m m tte e n v t e d P r o fe s s o r W e ls h o s ta te h s s d e o f th e case. P r o fe s s o r W e ls h re p le d th a t h e c ou ld n o t d scu ss ha r e la to n s w t h th e U n - 1 v e r s lty w t h th e c o m m tte e, b u t th e e x - te n t o f h s p r v a te p ra c tc e h as been [ f a r l y de*crl>ed ty D r. Jam es o n, tb a t th o c rc u m s ta n c e s n w h c h h e h ad w r tte n fo r th e d a ly p res s w e re s u f- lc e n tly knu w n to th e c o m m ttee, an d th e ven ts w h c h la v e caused D r, Jum bsu n s m n d to b ecom e n llaraed a g a n s t m e a r e b e tte r k n o w n to y o u r com m lttc Q th an th e y a r e to m y s e lf.* T h e c o m m tte e th e n m e t an d d ec d e d tb u t P r o fe s s o r W e ls h h a v n g a d m tte d r r v a t c p ra c tc e, w a s a m e n a b le to tu le 1. M e d c a l P u b lc a to n s, a n d h ad " a c t ed u n e th c a lly n w r t n g slgne<l a r - t d e s on d seases a n d th e r tr e a tm e n t n th o la y p ress. R e c e v n g th s u o t-, flcajon. P vofer sor W d s h w r o t e r e s g n n g m en Tb ersh lp n th e b ran ch, w h le r e a ln n g m e m b ers h p n th e B.M..4., a cour-e w h c h th e c o m m tte e c u r tly n - rorrned h m w o s m p o ssb le, sn ce re - s lr- a t lo n fro m th e b ran ch c a rre d w l r e s g n a to n fro m th o a ssocato n. H e re th e m a tte r re a ls a t present, and t a nconcevable tbat the B. M. A. w h e n n fo rm ed o f a ll tb o fa c ts, w ll le t t s ta n d H ke th s a n d re w a rd a m an f o r g e n e ro u s p u b lc s e rv c e re n d e re d n a lm e o f g ra v e s t p u b lc p erl, b y a c en s u re n s t g a t e d b y a n o th e r m e m b er o f t b e p ro fe s s o n w h o s e c on d u c t fr o m th a f a c ts n o u r p oseeeso n s n e x p lc a b le. D u r n g th e e p d em c a r tc le s a p p ea red n o u r m o rn n g an d e v e n n g c on tem p o ra re s w rtte n b y m e d c a l m en, w h o d s g u s e d th e r d e n t ty b.v a d o p tn g p en -n am es. D r. J am eso n s o w n a r tc le n th e " M e d c a l J n u rn a l w a a rep rod u c e d n th e la y press b e f o r e. l w a s a v a la b le to th e p ro fe ss o n th ro u gh th e "M e d c a l Journ al. A N O F FE R T O "T H E SU N F u r th e r, t m a y sou n d n co n c ev a b le, h ut D r. J a m es o n h m s e lf b ro tg h t to th s o ff c e a lo n g a r tc le o r le tte r n w h c h h e v o le n t ly a tta c k e d th e v e w s 1e x p re s s e d b y F r o fe s s o r W e ls h a n d th e a d v c e g v e n to th e G o v e rn m e n t b y th e M e d c a l C o n s u lta tv e C o m m tte e. H s a r tc le w a s so w o rd e d a s to be, n o u r o p n o n, so s u b v e rs v e o f th e p u b llo weul. a n d w e d ec ln ed to p r n t t. Y e t D r. J am eson, h a s te n n g h m s e lf to g e t n to p rn t, haa w th o u t d s c lo s n g th s e ss en ta l fa c t, s u c ce ss fu lly c h a rg e d P r o fe s s o r W e ls h w th "d e g r a d n g o r p ro fe s s o n, an d s e c u re d h s u n d es e rve d cen s u re by th e E th c a l C o m m tte e. P u b lc o p n o n w ll r e g r e t th e p r e c p ta te a n d u n fa r a c to n o f th e E th c a l C o m m tte e, an d p u b lc o p n o n w ll n o t d ly s ta n d b y a n d p e rm t P r o fe s s o r W e ls h, w h o a c te d n th e p u b lc n te re st, to b e HO ll-tr «u tc d. N o r d o w e b e le v e tb a t t h e B.M.A.. w h e n a p p rse d o f a ll th e c lrcu m saw ces, w ll cen su re P r o fe s s o r W e.sh fo r w r tn g f o r th e la y p ress, a cou rse w h c l he hud fo llo w e d f o r y e a rs w th o u t an.v p ro te s t fro m th e a s s o c a to n. T h e p u b lc w lt lo o k t o th e B. M A. tp r g h t th e w r o n g d o n e w t h th o le a s t p o s s b le deja.v. " P o u r e n u o u ra g er les a u u e s s n o t ls m o tto. STOP! READ! THNK Cbf pntp Sormff gtrar. r M O N D A Y. A t p U S T 11, r ANTARCTCA. D R. C O P E S E X P E D T O N. fme. H U R L E Y N V T E D TO JON. A fo th e r e xp e d ltloo to th e A n tarctte rego n s h ss been form ed, and s to -d a y la an advanced stage as far as the organaaton s concerned. <, T h e exp edton w ll be know n aa the B rts h m p e ra l A n U rc U e E xp ed ton. l U lead er b en g Dr. J. L. Cope, F.R.G.S. D r. C opes nam e s j w e ll known n con n ecton w th A n ta rc tc re - search. H e accom paned th e la s t S h ock lelo n e xp e d ton as surgeon and b o lo g s t to tb e R o s s S ea party, and w as one o f tbe seven su r- T lt o rs o t tha p a rty o f n ne m arooned a t Capo E va n s b y tb e b rea kn g aw ay o f th e A u ro ra fro m h er m oorn gs n 191B. T h e y w e re rescued b y S hackleton a fte r experlenooa th a t w e re a lm o s t daastrous to the w h ole party. D r. Cope ts a t p reaen t n Lon don lo organlso and ra se funds fo r tb e exp edton, whch n ec e ss a rly w n c ost a g re a t deal o f m oney. t s expected th a t t h «exp edton w ll le ave N e w Z ealand Jn June o f n ex t year, and tb e W h ole p rogram m e, as a t present con tcm - p U te d. w ll occupy a U years. T h e ob je c ts o f th e e xp ed ton a re to ascertan tb e p oston and e x le n t o f the m ln cralo - tlcal and o th e r d ep osts o f econom c v a lu e ; to obtan fu rth e r evd en ces o f tbe d ltrlb u tlo n u d m grato n o f w hales, and to c rea te a B rltlsb ndustry; to n ve s tg a te th e m e te o ro lo g c a l and u llm stlc con d ton s o f th o R oss Bea a rea and o f C a p e Ann, E nd erby Lan d, n jon n ectlon w th th e r e ffe c t on s m la r con - to n s n A u stra la sa and South A frc a roap ec- t v e ly ; and to crcu m n avgate th e A n ta rc tc o n tln e n t and to e x p lo re tb e n te ro r b y m eans } f a e ro p lan es. T h e exp edton w ll estab lsh T neteorologcal stato n w th n tbo A n ta rc tc slrcle. Contnuous oommudcstlob w ll be m antan ed w th th e cen tres o f c lrlls a to n b y m eans o f w reless. Mr. H u rley, o f Sydney, who accom paned th e dawsoq and tho Sh acklcton exp edton s aa botographer, has been n vted by Dr. Cope to oln tb e new e xp edton n th e sam cap acty,»ut la not y e t n a p oeu on to g v e a d efnte nsw er. * o n ly re ce v ed th e cable fro m Dr. Cope la s t weolf. "O n e wants a llttlo tm e to thnk o v e r a proposton th a t means s t loost llx years* absence from clt lls a tlo n, rem arked M r. H u rley last even ng. H e sad th a t Dr. Cope had a ll th e q u a ltes o f a good lead er, n d w as a b rlla n t s c e o tls L M r. U u rlew ta te e th at th ere s a trem endous fu tu re nr h e A n ta rc tc and u b -A n ta rc tlo regon s. T h a t uture le s n th e e x p lo tta tlo n o f the h a rv e st o f the s e a T b e w ealth o f th e A n ta rc tc e on tl- lent an d tb e slan ds o f th e su b -A n ta rctc n >11 snd o th e r p roducts la enorm ous. n raan o deposts alan e th e slands o f the sub- A n tarctc a r e as rch ns an y n the w orld, and r e a v rg n fleld. A u stru lan s w ll w ake ap som e day to th e m m ense p ossb ltes th at la y to th e south o f them. A s an nstance o f the a c tv ty on th e South A m erean s d e o f th e A n ta rc tc, M r. H u rle y m en ton ed th at fro m Boulh G oorglu alon e last y e a r tbe exp o rts o f W hale o l exceeded T h e fam ous shp T e r r a K ora, whch has jcarred sev era l e xp edton s to th e A n tarc tc, (ton. by Dr. Cope fo r hs exped-. EDUCATON M R. J A M E S S P R O P O S A L S. OLD ZOO STE. u o pen n g a n ew school a t South U u rst- v llle on Saturday the M n s te r fo r E ducatou and L ab o u r and lu d u stry (M r. Jam es) sad t would be n ecesaary n th e n ear fu tu re to m ake p ro vso n fu r unem ploym ent. T radea- men o u t o f w ork n th er own p artcu lar Hue c ou d atten d techncal schoola tu m p ro ve tbem sg lves n o th e r d recto n s. A ltb u u A h e re bad been som e crtc sm regard n g the e sta b llslu n e o o f b gh schools n prefereou e p r m a r y acboos he, aa M n s te r con tro lln g fh * departm ent, f e lt th at h gh schools w ere necessary. n a fe w w eeks nneteen addl- tlo n e hgh sch o o ls would be establsh ed n th e country. {A p p la u se ). T h e g r e t t trou b le a t th e p resen t tm e waa t h f want o t m oney. t w as jubt aa tg h t aa ever. H * a lo m o n t.fo r th e y e a r waa m.0 )0. H o had so fa r sp en t 378,000. N e x t ye a r, f b e was n o ffce he w ou ld bo com pced to ask f o r n. H e hoped to estabsta sch ools fo r m e o ta ly d e - B cen t chldren. o m p u lso ry ed u a llo n fo r th e blnd w as b en g p rovd ed fo r. n ha opn on, under o x ls tln g c on d tlo n, chld ren w ere la k c n a w a y to o aoon fro m schools. T he age o f 14 yeara w a s to o e a r ly fo r a.hlld to s ta r t w ork. lo G reat B rta n and A m erca tho fxed age was S years. H e ntended to ra se tne standard n p referen ce to n creasng the ago. t was a lso proposed to estabsh n gh t hjgh schools. W th a v e w o f k eepn g n -wth tb e ohtldren a fte r le a v n g school, t w as a le o proposed to cctab lsh soea] rluhs. n th s w a r m any o f the te m p a o m now n e xsten ce would be rem oved o r subetadtallt reduced. (A p p lau se). T b e p resent h t* o f the S ydney G rls Hgh 3hool. M r. Janes contnued. was 1# w o r? d.n>w South. W a le * fo r edu caton al purpoe-s. T he ste o t th * old Z oo. on tb o o tb e r and. was deat n e v e ry way. t hsd been vested n th- Educaton D epartm en t, p lan * w ere read y, aad he a n t cp a ted a s ta rt b en g m ade w th th r h r t sch ool h uu dlngs n tbe c ou rs * o f * montb. T w s h, added M r. Jam es, that tb pum o w ll ta k e th s statem en t a * d efnte. A s M ns te r fo r E ducaton. do not ntend to lo t * s te." RjlHmrauatl Tagore s a pros* pwt. as Ar. Gl.sm. the lernry Mufs- ter for K.\te ml Afflrs, states. But le fatnous ulun wrter s some- thtog more. Before the Sydney Unlvcr»ty agree* to the snggektfon of.t buaylfody o f the Mllraune Unversty that Tagore shoukl be nvted to vst.australa and leetnre. t would be well fyr the Chancellor and hs executve to read Tagores "Katonalsra, to acquant themselves wlh Tagores *pee«-he8 n the U n t«l States durng the fnal stages of the war. aud to ascertan why even dffdent-yaukees brauled hm pro-german, and deplored hs senlunents. Tagore a.s a prose poet s neproachable. but Tagore as a propagandst 1>eut upon fomentug unrest n nda,.nnd burshug up our Empre, s no more welcome than he oler agtators f*ou oversrab whose presence s afflctng us wth ludustrlal turmol. M r. W. H. F o rre s t, B.A.. L U B., Com m ls- la o o er o f Stam p D utes, has been offered, and has accep ted, the p o s lto a o f as s U ta n t o f fce r to th e Crown SoUctor.

26 312 DEATH OP DR. S. C. WH.LS. EDUCATON DEPARTMENT S P.M.O. Dr. 8. C. W tlls p rn cp a l m edcal offlcer o f f th e EMuraton D epa rtm en t, ded yesterday a fte r- noon at h s hom e, N e u tra l Bay, a fte r eleven d ays lloesb o f pneum onc nfluenza. H e le a v es w d ow, but no chldren. D r. tvlljs, w h o ta s 47 years o f ag e, gradu ated a t S ydney L n lv e rslty, a «j a fte r en ragn g n p rv a te p ra o tlc e h ere w en t to S o glan d. w h ere he to o k ha K.R.O.3. and D.Pb. degrees- R e tu rn n g to Sydney, h e Joned th e P u b lc H ealth Departm ent fl yeara ago, le a v n g th a t d ep artm en t fve y e a rs slnco to ta k e up th e p oston o f F.M.O. o f th e E du caton D epartm en t. n th s p ost. D r. W llla dd ezc o e d n g ly valu a ble w ork. b u lu n g up a fne o rgansaton n th e face o f m a n y dlfflcuules. S Y D N E Y, W E D N E S D A Y. A U G U S T 13. ll*- j LANGUAGES AT THE UNVERSTY. NEW PROFESSORSHPS PROPOSED. TOE M CAUGHEY BEQUESQ. T h e U n v e r s ty S en a te decded a t ts la s t m eetn g that, "n v e w o f th e s tren gth enn g cf the fnances throu gh tho m agn fcen t b equest of S r Sam u el M Caughey, and o f the fa c t tb a t a now n a t e w ll e lected soon a fte r th e re- ; turn o f th e U n lverb tly m en fro m the fro n t, hy th «end o f O ctober, th e con sd era lon o f the propoaals fo r the su b dvson o f the C h a r o f Modern Lterature be deferred untl next vear. 11 w a s ala o docled t o s a k P ro fe s a o r M accal* lum to p ostpon e h s con tem p la e d re tlre m o n t from th e C h ar o f M odern L te ra tu r e u n tl th s m a tte r bad.been d e a lt w th. P ro fe s s o r M acc alu m has been C h alls P ro- (esr or o f M odern L te ra tu r e a t th e U n v o rsty fo r m ore th an 30 years. F o r a tm e b e has been n c h a rgo o f tb e te a c h n g o f D n gllsh, F ren ch, and Germ an. T h e re has been n o sepa ra te p ro fe ss o rs h p f o r a ay o t th e se la o gu a ges; e x tra o rd n a ry aa t m ay seem, the U n lv eraty o f S ydney has n e v e r bad a p ro fe ss o r o f E ngls h! O f course. ProfesEOr M acc alh m tns not been w t h o u t aesstan oe, -and capable a s sstance a t th at. n E n glsh, th ere h as been A s - s s ta n t-p ro fe e s o r H o lm e, w h o s at present. ho-wever, n E nglan d on w o rk connected wth th e eaucntloua courses w hch are b en g g L e n am ong h c A.T.F. n th s w o rk he s a c tn g as tho re p res en ta tv e o f th e Au strullan Xnlversl- tes, and at t h f b egn n n g o f thn y e a r -Mr. ; A. J, W a ]d o "k, B.A.. w as apponted U-cturer ; n Englsh. N o Clftr o f rtfrmsh. n Fren ch and Germ an P ro fe ss o r M accalum ts asblsted by Asssttnt-Professor G. G. -Ncholson, w h o, h ow ever, V c te d as chef cen sor t ths S fa fe d u rn g a g re a t p a rt o f th e w a r; hy 1M r. C. J. B rennan, whose sch olarsh p la re c o g n sed n E u ro p e s s w e ll a s thlr cou n try; and b y M ss G lad ys M arks. But none o f th e assls-, ta n profewors h as had th e fu ll resp o n sb lty o r aalary o f a professor, fo th at th e super- vso n o f th e w h ole o f th e clafsee n th e th ree ] lan gages, to geth e r w th m any lectu res and m uch o th e r w ork, has falle n a ll th s tm e upon F to fe e s o r M accalum. P ro fe ss o r M acc alu m s a ls o Dean o f the F a cu lty o f Arta. l would be Jja n l to fnd an yw h ere an o th er man w th e th er th e w ll o r the a b lty to un dertake such a tnasr o f w o rk and resp o a s b lfty. t has, o f oouree, been c lea r f o r som e tm e ( that ths sort of thng cottd not g o on for Jong. T h e re are now m ore than 900 students n the. F a c u lty o t A rts, aad a la rgo p ro p o rton o f (hem atten ds E og lsh le ctu re *. But tb e. d ea b&s! been CO po.stpon a n y su b dvson o f tb e Char o f M odern L te ra tu r e, and the n reatlon o f any n ew c h a r o r chars, u n tl P ro fe ss o r M accal- lum.- rc lre m en t. T h.tt agan th e U n v ersty a u h o r lle s h a v e n a tu ra lly done th er b est to postpone, alth ou gh th e P ro fe a s o r h m Felf bgs fretn en tly b rough t th e m a tte r up. Tn ge t a good m an fo r an y C h a r or C h ar* th a t mght be created would n ot be dffcult, but nobodv wnnta to lo r e P ro fe s s o r M accalum. Beasons for TostpoDemet. T w o thngs have c on trb u ted to th c d ela y, lack o f fund*, and th e w ar. Tt l-s true that S ydney U n vereltj- re c e v e s a E o o deal o f su p port from the. G overn m en t, and hae a good p rva te endow m ent ae w e ll. But th e needs o th e new and g ro w n g departm e.nts have been K eat, and, as th n gs have w o rk ed out, the o ld e s t F a cu lty A rts has n ot th n g lk e the e xten t t m ght h ave. W th tbe end n g o f the w-ar. h o w e ve r, and the M Caughey becuest th e crcu m stan ces becom e e n tre ly d fferen t. t was u n d erflo o d som e ltt le tm e ago th a t P ro fe ss o r M acc alu m was to re tre at the end o f th s y e a r, though he m gh t st! J do a certan am ou n t o f le ctu re w ork at tlw U n v ersty. t w a s suggesred that C h a r* should bo c rea te d, one o f them a Cbar o f E nclsh. and th a t a p p lca to n s should be n vd od fro m B rta n and AusU-aln, though, no doubt, th e p resent asftatant p rofftm ors. who b n ve acted lon y and capably, w ou ld have a s tro n g c lam to appon tm en t. WOMEN S COLLEGE EXTENSON..OL SA MACDONALD WNG. M r. E d m u n d M u r r a y N o b le, th e w e ll-k n o w n S y d n e y U a rra ter. w h o d e d yeaterd a y. w an n h la 56th year, l e w a s a n a t v e o f th s S ta te, an d w as e d u ca te d a t th e U n v e r s t y o t S yd ney, w h e re he s ecu red h s B.A. a n d M.A. d egrees, su b se q u en tly g o n g to C a m b rd g e U n v e r s ty. H e w a e c a lle d to ;he E n g ls h B a r o n M a y 16, an d jh o r tly a fte r w a r d s w a a a d m tte d to Lhe N e w B outh W a le s B a r. A t on e p ero d o f h s c a re e r M r. N o b le w a s c o n n e cted w th th e o ffce o f M essrs. D a n r e y a n d C h ap m an, s o lc to rs, b u t he d e c d e d to f o llo w tho h g h e r b ran ch o f th e le g a l p ro fesso n. M r. N o b le le ft a w d o w. H e h ad n o t b een n g o o d h e a lth f o r s o m e ye a rs. J a d ay; and an oth er extenson was the fee d n g cen tre attached to the B radford scboola, w bere wholebomo snd adequate m eals w ere suppled : to tb vhlld ren at a coat o f 24td a meal. When < the lectu rer saw these schools, n 1916, 10,009 cblldror bad been fed n the month o f N o v em ber. T h e lectu re covered n d etal the estab lshm en t and operaton o f the baby hosptals, w e lfa re clncs, fo r eye, ear, th roat, and lung d seases, opeu-ar schools fo r delcate cblldren, and specal school. fo r physcally d efectve chld ren, a ll o t w h ch w ere under the c are o f tb e m u n cp alty fo r the beneft o f the cltdens. T he subject w aa one n whch a b g secton o f tb e Sydney publc s n terested, and a large g a th ern g attended th e lecture. ~ T b r f v t n t v T H o a n n s T h e L o u sa M acdonald fund fo r th e c.xtensloa! o t tb e W o m en s C o llego s m e etn g w th th e p ractc a l support w b lch th c p ublsh ed subscrpto n ls t dlbcobes. T h e c o lle g e s n ow bo crow d ed th at ts w o rk s sero u sly h am pered. T h e p lan o f th e cot-pleted buudng show s accom m odaton fo r : 150 students, but o n ly th e frs t a e c loa. w th ; bedroom space fo r 26, has been com pleted. Ad- dlu ou s o f a te m p o ra ry n atu re bavo beon made* so that 45 students are crowded n. W h en th c n ecessary 6900 has been c ollected th e G o vern m en t g v e * a subsdy. T h e re s no c ga la to u, h ow ever, to p erm t th e G overn m en t ; t o ta k e tb e n ta tv e. T h la m akes the r e f epon se o f th e p eo p le to th s a p p ea l the m ea* r sure o f publc a p p rec a to n and sym p ath y wttg ; th e m ovem ent- ; f e ve ryon e wbo s n terested w ll con trbu te to tb e fund th e X ulsa M acdonald nag w ll soon be bult. T h e C h e f Ju stce has con- e en ted tu act &8 e u lr m a n to th e fund. Cheqnee m a y be sen t to the hon. trea su rer. M r. J. T. W alker. Y a ra llg Cham hsrs.. TLCATONS wm oe 25th of ALGLSr. for tlw lomowug Let-Urfcn«pb:-U, Kffr..r U w ; at a sosty at M per onatua; *od (g Le*al nervrewuoft at a salrey o a.au per autum. H. L U.tKbr, Wuden and a vttor. jycln ARY FQBCB3~Q F n E TOMMONWSALTH." ROTAL MfLTASY COLLEOR ANKLAh EX.AkNATON. 1. t a n*tft«d for nlormhcn that tho Annual Ex- amnauon for entrucr o tw Royal Mltary O ou m wll commence on 20th October, fc Appleatona of ntendng canddztea mart be tor- wardn n wtflclent tmw to reach Dstrct Ueadqun- ten, V.:tnra Uarracka, Faddngwn. (a) n the ra * «. OaaHdalM uud«18 yeare of age by 6th SopUnbw, 1B19. (b ) n the caae of Csoddatea over 19 yean ot (tge by srth AvguM, S. Attenton» nvted to the followng smadnmu to Onllrge Bcgulatlou: (a) UECULATOSS BOYAL VTLTARY 0<«LEGE. () Par. 6 (d) H.O. 78 of re cuddatea beng of Brtsh orgn or descent. ( lu) sr. 8 M.O. 3d& of 1831W8, wlloh yrwdts { tbat ax of the Tscondea allotted annually for > Canddates under 19 yean of age wul, under tbe randtons aentloned th«-en, be set apere, n rewct of the State or rertdence, for the aots of jh-raoos who hare been ujs actve aer- vce abroad la ttae Royal Australan -Navy, tbe Australan mperal rorre. or the Naval aad Mltary ExpedtoBOy Force durng the present War. PaeaU or gaardlata ut a cotddate com. perng for one of tlcae vacances mast furnsh a certflcate that ttae canddate s competng for such a vacancy. (b) ttegllatldns FtUt THE ENTRANCE EXAMLVATON. (J) Part 1, pars. 4, 8, and 19; Part 2, par. 1, M.O, 2S1 ot.sps, regardng amendmcnta lu Ceometrcal Drawng. (l) Part. psr. J4. and Fort 2, rtc. 6 M.O. 1» pf 6lrh)19, re nclusoa ol Japoneae as a Modm () 1 \ par. 4 (t ) f.o. 1S«of re- Conddates beng of Brtsh Orgn or descent. 4. Servre n Senor LAdeu doea not render a Canddate ovw 10 yeare of age tgble to enter the College under Hecton ls of Defence Act and Royal Ull- tary LoUege, Rsgulnton fl (l), 5. Ooplea of togulaonb. Byllataua, etc., can be obtaned on applcaton to u m H C l HEADQrAJlTEBS. Vctora Borracka, PadSlngtort. WAtXAGE BROWy, U.-OoL. Asst Adjutant-Oeneal. TREGOYD GARDEN PARTY, y TO nonou V S TN G N O TABLTE S. S r W lla m and Lady Odlleu yesterd a y a tte r- noon, gave a garden party a t th e r resdence, T reg oy d, MosmaD, n h o n o r o f V sco u n t and VacountcBB Jellcoe. T h e re could be no m ore d ea l ap ot f o r a garden p a rty than tb o b eautful gronnds surroundng th e home o f tb e C h ef Justce and L a d y Cullen, and yesterd a y s fo reta s te o sprn g w eath er added to the enjoym en t o t an o u t-of- d oors eolerlnnment. T b o gardens, wblch a r e th c k ly gro w n w th n a tve tm b er aud vegeta.ton, slop e dow n to the w a te rs edge fro m th e la w a s n fr o n t o t th e b uldng. n tersected w th n atural g u llc * and, arcam a. And n th e b r lla n t sunehne m ade a j pctu resq u e e e t to g to th e b rg h t d resses w orn by narty ot the guesta. T h e host and hostefs re ce v ed th e r v s to r s On tb a law n, and refresh m en ts w ere dapessed lu m arquees erected a t va ro u s ponts o f van - ta ge brough tb o frdcbs, and a t s m all ta b les, c osly arran ged n Fholtered nooks: w h le a retu rn ed sold ers band added to th e p lea su re o f th o g s h e r lo g w th a program m e o t popular selectlona. T h e aftern oon w as spen t n chatter and n e n jo y n g the beautes o f th e grounds. T he Govfernor-General an d L a d y H e len Munro F ergu son w e re p resent, attondefl b y Captan Duncan..Ady J e llc o e cam e w th th e State G o vern o r and l< d y D avdson, aud w th them w o re tb e G o vern o r o f Tasm an a (S r F ra n cs N fw d e g a ts ) and M ra. Shave. M ajo r Lam b and Captan D Apce w ero tn attendance. A m o n g th e o th e r gu ests w e re ; Arch b sh op W rg h t and tbo M sses W rg h t. Sr TTom as and L a d y Audersun S tu art, S r G eorge and L a d y F u lle r, L a d y Anderson, la d y MaUUnd, the L a d y M ayoress o f Sydnoy, S r Thom as and J.*dy fu gh cs,.lady Cook. L a d y B a rto n. L a d y O ogblan and M ss Coghlan, M r. and M rs. W. O. l>ayon and M es r.«.yton, M rs. Joh n Hughes a s d h e r daughter, M sa Randal C a rey, M rs. T. RoJn, P ro fe ss o r D avd and M rs. and Mss D avd. P ro fe a s o r a n d -Mrs. D ave s, Judge B a ck house and M re. Backhouse. Judge Coheu and M rs. Coben. M r. Jusk-v H a m lto n and Mrs. K a m n o s, M r. Ju s tc e C u rlew ls and M rs. Cur- cw s, M r. and M rs. Augustus Jam es, M rs. D. R. H a ll. Sr. and M rs. John G arland, M re. R ch, P aym asler-c om m an dcr Cannng and M rs. Cann n g, th e ofqcere fro m the N e w Z ealand aud th e Sydney, M rs. A lfr e d L e e and b e r daughters. M rs. E verard D gb y, M rs. Ma. K u lgh t, Mra. Bd- w c rd K n o x and th e M lsecs K n o x, ls s R o w S cott. K abbl Cohen and M rs. Cohen, th e P rer- dent o f the M ethod st G eneral Con feren ce, the CTafrrflD o f h c B a p tst Unon. R e v. P ro feasor M acn tyre, Dean T alb ot and Mra. T a lb o t, Mr. and M rs. G eorge Hkrp. M rs. K H. D. W Tlte, M rs, H u n gerfo rd, th e D re cto r o f E du caton and M rs. Board, M rs. M accalum. M ajo r and Mra. O M a lly K eys, aa d M ss W n deyer. CHLD WELFARE. W - E D N E S D A Y. A U G C S T V., U n J -P >r 12 A t a m s sto g o f tbe senate o f the v e rs ty on Monday, le ave o f ahaen -- fo r : nodths, on account o f ll-h ea U b, was granted f to Dr. B, Coon, fu ll-tm e dem onstrator n tha d ep arm en t o f anatom y; and D r. A. N. St. G. H. B u rk U was apppjnted p erm anent dem ons tra to r n thn departm ent o f anhtomy. UNVERSTY. ENLAGEMENl OF SC.OPE OF TRANNG. THE MCADGHEY BEQUEST, T h e p recse m rthoda o f applyng the magnf- oent bequest o f S r Sam uel M Caughey to lb e U D veraty o f Sydney have n o t y e t been d e cded upon. t a to be tbe subject o f nqury and re p o rt: but th e bequeat so strengtbeuf the floanees as to m ake possble tbe enlargeqeut o f th e scope, o f U n v ersty tran n g. T a k n g chfp n to consderaton, tbs S enate ) o f th e V n vera lty. a t l u m eetn g on M onday,! c arre d a resolu ton, a t the nstance o f the rh«n<-ejjor. u rgn g th e Goverszse&t to m a k* m m edate p rovson fo r auch butldgs as the p resent needs deaand, as w e ll oe fo r tbe tu rth ot accom m odaton whch th e creu tou o f n ew Chars w ren der necessary. A n oth er resoluton was as fo llo w s ; T h a J n th e m ean tm e th e varou s facultes be re - qu ested to oqu jre n to and report, tbrnugb tba P ro feasorlal B oard, whose recem m eqda- tofs gye to be subjooed, upop tbe beat metbo o f applyn g tbe bequest e f 8r S»m\e., M Caufttey fo r the purposes mentoned n tb s p revo u s rsporls. o r any oth ar branch o f Bn>- v e rs ty expeadture rlthla the term s o f th e b equest wbch m a r co m a e t) la e lf l e them. Oorrespondenc w a* read from Mesara. Mac- sam a ra.aa d Smth n o tfyn g th e bequest o t la te S r Sam uel M C a u gb ry to tbe UnversO. lt w a s reaflved that a le tte r a p p rs d a v c Of the beqobt be forwarded. T b e n qu ry w h k h th e varous faeultlcs have foeeo requested to m ake ae possble avenues fo r th a applcaton n t the baquest w llj nclude schem es w blch have been brought forw arn fro m tm e Lo Um e for the cjaeaslon o f U n v e r s ty teachng. T h e follo w n g resolu tons were agreed to at, a m eetn g o t tha senate o f tbe U s lv ers fty on M on day; Thut, n v ew o f th e stren gtben tog o f th e ftnancea through the m agn lflceat bequest o f S r Samuel M C s u fe ey, and o f tbe fa c t th at a n e w sen ate w ll b e lo e u d soon a fte r the retu rn o f tbe U D veraty man from th e front by thf end o f October. tb e conaderatnn Of th e propo.ae f o r the aubdvuon o f tba Cbalr o f M odern L te ra tu re be deferred u n tl next, y e a r." "n a t, fn th e m eentm c, P rofessor M accalu m be n vted to poapone he c o q te m - p lated retrem en t un tl th s m a tter b os been d e a lt w th. "T h a t b s E xcellen o y tb e G overn o r be requested to ssue the n ecessary p ro- elanoatlon undar th e A c t d ssolvng tb e senate a s n o w oonstltuted. such dssoluton end the n ew electon consequent thereupon to be held on N ovem ber 10. l8 ts." VOlEN S UOLLEGEr KXTENSroX APPEAL FUND, T h e appeal fo r 6000 to Drovde f o r an ex-;; ten son to the WumcnB C o lld g. a t tho Syd-l n y ln w r s lt y has now been launabed, and tha frst llc t o f subbcrlbt-rs w be found w here n -tb a eauv T b e bou. aa«retar>. 1 whom cheques U * y be forwarded, a M r. T. W alk T. o f YaraJla-chsm bcrs, DW P tt-a tre e t. Thu propyaed new buldng w ll uumueoorale tb e valuable servces rerrlurcd a t th e n o L le ge by tbo ex-prln?lpal..mas Lousa lacd on - nld, and w ll aucuomodats about bb addton al pupl.. T o a v e r t msunderstabdjng as to th e fnancal ppaltlon uf th e college. t may bcl, mentoned th at t dues n ot beneft u u d «r tta<* recen t nunlfcent bequest o f S r Samuel McCauKhey to h c U u veralty, T b e <9llege «t present cannot c o m fo ru b ly accnmrnodate the exatu g studpots. aud Us councl S, oblged to d efer o r refuse applcants, although! th e onl.v hope o f p U cn g the lo stlta tlo upoul a sound fuancal boes s by ncrpuslng the numhf-r o f students. T fo llo w n g fgures w ll show how much th e war hoa emphaaaed th e d es ra b lty of h gh er edueatop fo r wom en: Tho U n versty, o f Syduey opened ts d egfera to wom en n; W ; n 16W the number o f wottpu atusnl.? wtb 51; n tolm t had ncreassd by flo; m «10 they numbered onl.v 156; hut n th s ysarj cap women Jkre au eadlng lecture *. { y r ltg by m o N. te W DKAX Dl NKWCASfflY* B R A D F O U D M fx C lp A E SC H E M E. V o d e r th e auspces o f tho N a to n a l Councl } o f W om en, a le ctu re w as gven a t th e Conaerva- toru m H a ll M onday even ng by M r. C. Jnara- jadasa, who s v s tu g Sydney n connecton w th th e Theoaophlcnl Socety. T h e le ctu re r w as ntroducod b y M r. A. W. G reen, p resd en t o f the State Chldren s R e le f B oard, who streaaed th e v ta l necesbly, n ow at th e close o f th e w ar, n w hch ao m any U v e h ad been lo s t, o t p u ttn g fo r th e v e r y e ffo r t fo r th e p reserva to n o f n fa n t aud chld lfe. M r. Jnarajadasa, whose address w as llu s-, tra te d w th a sere s o f excellen t and h gh ly tn- s tru etlve lan tern sldes, gave a m n u te de- h crpton o t the system o f chld w e lfa re adopted n B radford (E nglan d), under the d lrecllon o f tb e m u ncp alty. T h s schem e, w bch was a lm ost e n tre ly c arre d out by wom en ofllealh, em braced egh t fee d n g cen tres, w h ere expec- n n t and n ursn g m oth ers could ob tan a t s m nmum cost o r free o f a ll coet f unablo to pa.v the k nd o f m eals th a t would keep them { and th e r nfanta n heau h w h le under the, c are o f the c h ld w e lfa ro orga n l*atlon, As p a rt o f th e uchomeb th e re w ere m a terafcy hom es, w h ere th e p ero d o f seknoss and con- vpescenee could be o fla o ed a t th e ra te o f s T e s te rd a y th e R ov. H o race C ro ly, M.A., d e fn tely accepted tbe apprntoent o f Dyao of N e w c a s tle n suvceason to the R e v. H. K. Arcbdall. H e hus been rector of 3t. Thomaa, N o rth Sydney, fo r th e p a a s x years, and boa been successful n ra sn g largo suma of m on ey f o r th e re sto ra to n o f tfe Cburcb. H e waa educated at the M elbourne Gram m ar School and T rn ty OoUege, where ha hcm llc n ly, R upertaw ood, and W arden s Efholar- shp*. n bs frst y e a r arts ho w as LBv«-r- s lty E xb tu D cr flrs t-c la fs n L o gc, and n bs second y e a r non au otler frst, and thu E xh bljon o L o g c aud Phlosophy, le ro- oluded lls U n versty course by ben g plu-ed flrst n th e tlrs class a t th e fnal hououra [exa m ln atfo n, w th th e fnal sthojarsljp n t!" S chool o t LogU- and M ental aud.moral FhlosMphy., Mr. tjr o tty also bald Offce as P rele c to r o f T rn ty C o lle g } and n U(7 d ollvercd the annual address on th e subject o f "d e a ts and AustraJlRn d ea ls. Ho was accesslvely curate o f A l l Sants. St. K lh a, headm aster o f A ll B ln U G ram m ar School, and vca r o f vanho*. n l!>12 he was called to the m- por.ant " " r e o f t-ofers. H el g ra t. but re fused, and the m llo w u p year o-cau n -c to r o f S. T bom as. N o rth Sydney.! l,abl y e a r he w as ro lle d agan to lh e lv n g o f 8. Johns. Tburok. Atelbourne, but sgslw refsod. en lstn g m m ernately afterw drd s ff, th s A -.F.. whprw he was chaplan to tho rtlt B a tta lo n n France. A fte r the a n n la tc e b e becam e aaaocstcu w th nshop Lnng n tha work nf the edufatlnn servce, from whcl he haa re ce n tly rsturned. l)t Hornff ffralta. TH U nsd AT, ACGUST H, SOME LESSONS OF TH WAE. V \ \! f T N T E H -ln n E r r Y MATCH. xtwdda. _ - -- BECONSTEHCTON. (BY H. N. P. SLOMAN.) Whether th e w a r w U l p ro ve to h ave been fou gh t n v an or uot, dependa on how w e faca th e problem a o f rncon sructlon. M uch has been d estro yed th at m u st be b u lt agan, and m uch h a* been d estro yed th at on hope* w ll n ev e r b e recon stru cted n ts old form. D d preju dces have been sw ept a w a y by the w ar, and w e have tbe gre a t ad vantage today o f a p ra c tc a l free d om o f ou tloo k th a t would h ave been m p ossb le g e n e ra lly fvo y ears ago. But recon stru cton d ep en d s on the s p rt o f th ose w h o undertake t, and we m u st n ot be con ten t to leave t to th e State, fo r the B tate, perhaps necessarly. s apt to lead publc opn on by fo llo w n g t. T he returned s old er, then, roust c o-o p erate actv e ly w th e v e r y oth er class n th e com m unty la :bls g r e a t task, w h le the State standa by, le a d y to h elp n e v e ry possble way. N ow, w h at s th e flrat n ecesety fo r recon- Jtructlon? t s th c la rd e sl th n g fln th e w orld Tor tb e A n glo-s axon to do, to thnk. n teu ectn a lly, w e are th e la z e s t and moat dls- lo n est p eop le n th e w o rld ; we h ate to thnk nr ourselveb, and w e n stn ctvely dstrust >loaa w ho tr y to tb n k fo r ua. W e have only to nstance tb e loos use o f a te rm lk e Bol- b evlsm b y p eo p le w ho could g v e no clear tccount o f ts m an p rn cp les. O ur n tellec- ;ual d sh on esty s th e k m azem cn t o f the?*rench, who a re a fe a rle s s ly lo g c a l people, n d who, consequently, w ll, am sure, solve ;he m any problem s o t recon stru ctlcn fa r m ore sally than we shall. F o r those o f us. who b ave been n th e A rray, th s task o f thnkng s h ard er even than t waa b efore, k s t o f ub nd t v e r y hard to con cen trate; for srlgln al th n k n g on gen era l subjects has been.crow ded out by th e n ecessty o f d ev o tn g a ll o u r e n erges o f m nd and body to p u rely n lt l- ta ry m a tters, w h ch f o r us n tb e humbler ranka has v e r y la r g e ly m ean t th e carryng o u t o f ord ers w th care fu l exsetnesa. But, hard ae t la. t s th e frst ta sk w h ch wo raurt tackle. W e m ust a p p ro acho n r problem s wth a p e rfe c tly open m nd, rem em bern g th a t an DStltutlon s n ot bad necessarfly, because t s old, an y m ore than t s re ce s sa rtly good, because t la new. n no feld s th e n ecessty fo r c lea r thnkng. not on the p a rt o f p oltcan s on ly, bet o f e v e ry ctzen, m ore u rgen tly necessary than n tb a t o f n tern ato n a l affars, and here th e w a r has helped us v e r y m a terally. f a L eagu e o f N a to n s la to w ork, e v e ry naton, e v e ry n dvldnal, m oat have accurate knowle d g e o f con dton s and problem s n dther c on n trles, and sym path y w th th e r notonal asp raton s. T he b a rre r o f langu age la a d ffcu lt one to pass, b n t m ost o f us n France m anaged to g e t a d eeper n sght n to French con d ton s o f lfe and natonal deals, than w ou ld have been pnsslbls fa AnatrallB, from con versaton s carred on. often w th a very d e fe c tv e vocab u lary, w ltn fw r b lle t lady or h er dan gh ter. H e re n Au strala, t a partc u la rly m p o rta n t that w e should understand Japan, her m e n ta lty, and h er d ea ls as w e ll as the m atch al con dton s o f her n aton a l lfe, and y e t. how v e ry fe w there a re w h o learn enongh Japanese even to read a new spaper, o r to b o flh lc to ta lk to the n atlvee on a r t s t to th e country! n comm erce 11 s th e Japanese who learn s B ngllso and BO s ta rts w th a b g n ta l advantage. r. fa cannot speak Japanese. A f» l u th w a r h M done much to draw the p a rts o f tb e Em rtc* ckhhr u g eth e r. \

27 3 The )#Bg!l»hnan and th e P rlto n fro m o v e r-»sa * b a n fou gh t sde b y sde fo r th e eaoo M c * L T h e surface rtfferencos o f m ann er and ootlooh. w h ch bulked ao la r g e b efo re fo r dhrercnces a re alw ays m ore n o tc ea b le than eln tlartlea h ave dw n dled to th e r p roper nflgnlfeance, and each haa learn ed to ad- m lr* and re sp e ct w h at s good n th e oth er. nstead o f c on c en tra tn g on p o tn u o f d ffe r ence. and s ee n g o n ly w h a t s bad. T he old atttnd e s llln stra ted b y th e re m a rk o f a w ell-know n Canadan b e fo re th e w a r: " know n o th n * w orse than th e p aro ch a l and bom ptlons c o lo n a l, e xc e p t th e gn o ra n t and snpercflotw E nglsh B an. T h e n ew adm raton and resp e ct a re reflected n Qenera! B rdw oods speeches and G en era l an H am lto n s w r tn g s ab o n t tb e exp lo ts o f A u stra la n troop e, w ho recn ro cate to tb e fu ll th e c ord a l fee ln g s o f such le a d ers. f th ese fe e ln g s a re w d e ly h eld n the P oralnlons and n E nglan d, as th n k they tnusl be a fte r th e retu rn o f th e sold ers, th e BrttlBl Empre ehonld form a nucleus, around wheh a L e a gu e o f N a to n s m a y u ltm ately form, even f th e tm e b e n ot y e t rp e fo r H n an e fle c tlr e form, \na t w e need, then s clear, h onest, n form ed th n k ln e on a l ques- tlons o f n tern al. m p e ra l and n tern aton a l p olltlce, fa r, ndeed, rem oved fro m the o ld K tm opsbere o f p a rty p o ltcs and seflsh d p lom acy. A g re a t man sad seven yearn ago and the w ord s a re tru e r to -d a y th an when tb ey w ere s pok en : "T h e d u ty o f th s age for you and fo r m e s the h ard est th a t can be requred. A ll p rogreas s by sacrlflce, and each age g v e s lt» n ea re st and deareat to the age th a t s to ome. Our duty, our s a c - rflce. la -to la y a ld e w ork, enjoym en t, passon, and to th n k. W th o u t tb s th e re can be no T lslo a, and w th ou t vso n a p eople pershes. * A WAE D O C T O R S. ASSOCATON FORMED.. A n assocaton to b e known aa ttae Socety o f R eturn ed M ed ca l O ffcers o f N t " South W ales was form ed u a la rgely -a tteu d e d m oet- lo g o f retu rn ed m edcal olqcera, w bcb was held n th e lb ra ry a t th e B.M.A.-b u ld n g last nght. M ajor R. S co tt S k rvn g p resded, a n d n a ab o rt o pen n g address outlned th e rcasons w h ch m ade th e form a ton o f such an, lorganu aton n o t only, d ea lrab le but necessary. t w a t d ecded th a t tbe m em bershp o f the socety th o u ld be open to m edcal offcers who bad ret rn ed fro m s errce oversea, and to hdm m edcal students w b o served abroad, and hadalnee retu rn ed to qu alfy. The ob je c ts o f the s o c e ty a re: (1 ) T o p ro mote n o d a l ntercuuse am on gst mombers, and to m antan s erv c e trad to n s and fren d - jsbpa; r2) to nsure assstan ce, as fa r as pos- stble. fo r th e N e w Soutb W a le s m edcal offcers who h ave been dsabled as a resu lt of th slr w ar acrvcea. and fo r depcndfenls o f those offlcers who have ded on s e rv c e ; (3 ) to p ro mote th e n te re sts and forw a rd th e w e lfa re o f the m ctabers. t w fs re so lv ed to h old an annual reunon dlffter. d u rn g the frst w eek o f each. October. Su rgeon -G en eral S r N e v lle H ow se, V.G, K.C.B., K.C.M G.. w as e lec te d p resd en t of h e s o c e ty, and th e o th e r o ffcers elected w ere as fa llo w s : V lc-p resld en ts. S r A le x - auder JttacGormlck, M ajor R..Scott S krvn g, C olon el T. F la srh, Colon el M organ M artn, C.M.O.. an d C olon el R eu te r E. R oth. D.S.O.. C.M.G.; jo n t hon. s ec retares. L lou ten an t- C o lo n d H ugh R. G. T o a te and L teu ten a flt- Coloncl C. E. W asscll, D.S.O.; hob. treasurt, M ajor W lfr d V ck ers. D.S.O.; cotem lttep. Surgeon C «n m tn d e r Brennand, M a jo r A rch e Aspnall, L leu ten an t-c oo n el C. ftv. Thom pson. M.C., D.S.O., M ajo r R.. F u rber, D.S.O., Lleu - (.enant-coonel G. B ckerton B lackburn, C.B.E., Leu ten an t-c olon el H a m lto n T eb b u tt. D.S.O, M ajor E. H. B u rktt. and C olon el Beaston., V.D.. C.M.G. llh e la s t tw o b en g c ou n try men.a * b ers). - T he fo llo w n g ap p on tm en ts w e re con a t a m e etn g o f th e E x e c u tv e Counell yeste rd a y: M r. L. T. D e er as C h ef n spector. PubUc S e rvc e B oard ; D r. G. W. W ad d ell as P a rla m en ta ry D ra ftsm a n ; M r. N. de H. R o w land as A s a a u n t P a rla m e n ta ry D raftsm an: M r. M. ; Hudson as M n n g S u rveyor. M nes D ep a rtm eot: D r. S. P. P ark n son as Q overn - raent M edcal Offlcor a t C o opern ook: Dr. K. H. rg reve as G overn m en t M ed ca l O ffcer a t Con- d ob oln : and M r. S. A. T h o ro e ll as nspector undm* lc V n e and V e g e ta to n D seases an> F ru t P os ts A c t and F r u t Caees A c t. tv D X K Y. T H C R S D A Y. A L G C S T W AR MEMORAL. RECORD OF AUSTRjVLANS. The F e d e ra l G overn m en t has d ecded to com p le a w a r re co rd.o f A u strala n s w b o served or volu n teered fo r s erv c e n th e w ar. T he s erv c e o f those who le ft A u s tra la and took p a rt a c tu a lly n th e w a r n th e A u strala n m peral F orce o r N a va l and M lta r y E xp edton ary F o rc e s h eld n Base R ecords, and further n fortn atlon s n o t requ red. R estdent o f N e w South W a le s, o r n th e cases o f th oee who b ave ded th e r n ex t-of-k n, who have volo a teered fo r a c tv e s ervce but w ere m e d c a lly re jec te d o r re ta n e d by nstru cton s fro m th e C o m m o n w eallh G overn m en t; e n ls te d m en d sch arged o r ded n Aus- ra la b e fo re em b a rk ato n ; troo p s and nurses m gaged b y th e G overn m en t fo r s erv c e w th m p e ra l F o rc e ; persons re sd e n t n A u strals who have served w th th e fo rce s o f G reat B rtan, n d a, or ttm D om n on s; aod persons resdent n A u s tra la w b o have en gaged n the A u slralla n T ra n s p o rt S e rvc e o r as m erchant seamen n v es ses o p e ra tn g n European w aters, should fo rw a rd to D s trc t H e a d qu arters. W a r R ecords, V c to r a B a rrm ks, Sydney, fu ll p artcu la rs o f d ate and p la c f o f enlstm en t, m e d cal e xa m n aton, actu al ser- Tlce, f any, o cam p n A u strau a o r e ls e w here. and n th e eases o f th ose re je c te d w th out s erv c e, d a te and p lace o f en ls tm en t and r&jectlon..;vpph caton fo r nclu son n tb e reco rd should be accom paned b y c ertfe d cop es o f dla- charges o r o th e r docum ents, such c ertfcates to be sgn ed by Justces o f th e peace, a rea ofllfs rs, o ffcers or e-ofllc erb o t th e A.l.F. or A.M.F., m n sters o f re lg o n, seh ool m asters, o r m em bers o f th e N ew South W a le s P olce. P erson s resd ent n Au strau a w h o have en gaged n tb e A u stra la n T ra n s p o rt S ervce or as m erchan t seam en n v es se la o p e ra tn g n Buropoau w a te rs should also fo rw a rd c ertfed copes o f dscharge. W b e re d ocu fn eotary evd en c e does n ot exst, a s ta tu tory d e q ra to n should be forw arded c on v ey n g a ll p artcu lars. OPTCAL NDUSTRY AND THE WAR, U nder the auspces o f th e n a tlu te o f O p to m e trs ts o f N e w South W a le s, a le ctu re was g v en last n gh t n th e E du ca ton A s s em b ly j H a ll by M ss J. L C o M le y -B a tt. O.B.B.. on T h e recen t d evelo p m ents n tb e o p lc s l ndus- try that b ave been m o vn g s e c re tly d u rn g tbe w a r. T h e lectu rer, who w as an n s p e cto r under tb e B rtsh M u ntons D ep a rtm en t (o p tc a l s octon ), showed how u n p repared B rta n was a t the outbreak o f tb e w a r n th>! m a tte r o f o p tca l supples fo r th e a rm y and navy, b en g dependent m a n ly upon fo r e g n sou rcea G e r many, H o llan d. B elgu m. F ra n ce, and A m erc a. n an n te re s tn g w a y she to ld o f tb e m m ense work th a t had been done o B rta n w th o u t sde m a rk e ts out off. n th e m anu fah ure o f scen tfc nstrum ents w h ch th e fgh tn g fo r c e s could n ot do w th ou t, e s p e c a lly n re g a rd to d n e a l th erm o m eter, p rsm a tc com passes, perscopes, and lenaes, b rg h te n n g h er rem ark s w th m any n cd ents show n g tb e ro n d to a s under w h ch th s w o rk waa produced. T h e re was a la rg e atten dance o f m em b ers and th e r fren d s, who accorded M sa C o a s le y-b a tt a very hearty vote of thanks, THE VENS OF W EALTH.,F C T f.p K A T T H E CNT\ E R S T Y. "C om m erce JB th e lfe -b lo o d o f a cty, ah! fnancal h ea lth depends on th e freed om o f ts flow. T he h ea rt o f a c ty m ay b ea t s tro n g ly, but f th e a r te re s are choked th e w h ole body p o ltc w lv su ffer and fn a lly decay. H e n c e rapd, easy, and cheap tran sp o rta to n o f both goods and p eop le s o f v ta l m p ortan ce. W th these words M r. John Sulm an com menced th e fou rth o f th e V e rn on M em o ra l course o f 20 to w n -p la n n n g lectu res a t the U n versty la s t e ve n n g to an audence o f e ager students. H e proceeded to show th a t m ost m p o rta n t clu es poaaessed a c cess b y v.ater, and thoae th a t had n ot, p ro vd ed t. aa, dd M an ch ester by a can al 85«4 m le s lo n g a t a c ost o f 17,000,000; or m p roved t, as dd H am - burg and F ra n k fo rt, th e la t te r 300 m le s fro m s ld e s o f Boston h arb or and th e Bush T e r - nlnal, Y o rk, show ed how shppng, ato r- [a g e, m anu facture, and ra la g e w e re b en g com - ; blne by the Am ercan s to tne g r e a t ch eap enn g,!und speedn g-up o f produ cton, and s u gges* 1 to n * w ere m ade b y th e le ctu re r how S yd ney. M elbourne, and th e o th e r A u stra la n c te s roud fo llo w su t. T he con geston o f goods traffc n our s tre ets w a s b ecom n g a sero u s p roblem, but th e underground goods s e rv c e o f C hcago showed a solu ton w h ch w e m ay h a v e to adopt. F assen ger traffc by w a te r w as touched on. and rn d-on load n g f o r the busy fe r t e s, aa n la rge j c te s lk e N e w Y o rk and San F ra c r s c o, a d v o- cated. T b e ab solu te and m m e d a te n eed o f tb a c ty ra lw a y and Us suburban e xten s o n s w a s Btressed, as the psaaenger truffle had fa r o n t- - grow n the pobslblltea o f the p res e n t tra m servce, w hch should act so a fe e d e r to e lc c - trca lly -o p e ra ted ra lw a y ln es, n stead o f c om - p etn g 88 t dd n m any e f the n ea re r suburbs. n sm allk r tow ns, w h ere th e tram a con verged on th e cen tre, a lo o p o r b e lt Hue w as suggested so tb a t tra n sfe ra cou ld b e e a s ly effected. A s tow n p lan n n g am ed a t sp re a d n g th e p eop le o v e r suburban a rea s and re le v n g th e con geston o f ttae cen tre, qu ck, easy, and cheap tran st was e s s e n ta l: and th e le c tu re r su g gested tb e p osatblllty o t raod a-rnll ln es to ttae m o re d stan t suburbs; w h le, to reduce cost, be p on ted out th a t f by som e adju stm en t o f w ork n g hours, th e m o rn n g and e v e n n g rush \ could be spread o ve r a lo n g e r p ero d, much! econ om y and con ven en ce w ou ld resu lt. T b a veh cu lar traffc on tho roads w as a lso d e a lt w th, m o to rs ben g accep ted as th e a lm ost u n versa l moans o f tra n st o f th e fu tu re. T h e le ctu re r re fe rre d to th e p o s s b lte s o f a v a ton and tb e p ro vso n o t aero d ro m es as p a rt of an up-to date town -planner s work. n t e r -u n v e r s t y f o o t b a l NE. EXECUTVE APPONT MENTS. DR. WADDELL AS PARLAMEN TARY DRAFTSMAN. : A m on g th e a p p oln tm eu ts confrm ed at a m e etn g o f th e E x e c u tv e Councl yesterd a y w o re tw o w h lcb had been re fe rre d to b efo re th e t o f Dr. O. W. W a d d e ll as p arlla m cd tary d raftsm an, and M r. X. d H. R ow lan d as as- Bstaut p a rlls tn e n ta ry d raftsm an. O th er a p p on tm en ts n clu de: M r. M. B. Hudson as m lln g s u rv ey o r. M nes D ep a rtm en t; Dr. S. P- P ark n so n, as Q ovsrn m en t m edcal o ffcer a t (C o o p e rn o o k : Dr. K. H. G re ve, as G overn m en t m c d lfa l o fflc er a t C on dobolln; M r. S. A. T h o r- n e ll aa n sp e ctor under th e V n e and V e g e ta - to u D s ea se s and F ru t P es ts A c t an d F ru t C ases A ct. SYDXKT BJAT.S BRSBANE. d>on* taowed Up G e e : three-quarters, Fowlw. V. Orennnff, johnatonr *!»««us S d. J J * " " ; h.r.. b.s:> L l t.1. ; through, but s faulty pa*» * ym, nd score. The local - Osllcn, to Jacobs, to X O rth j P to M w?"; S l e r, «> drbbled the bsll doro the the extra bumped ba way UnlveTBty 3, Qownslatd nl. n.aklnb the For nterference,,ke U r. Quecnetnd jw to a 8 kck juat toe lo «l contnued to p w. *ca!. Lswton PCt weght. DOW k T t the ball obtaned and " N S S b o,? ts rc o m c r. xraden mtacd nteroepud a = «. K r h? f. w. y lne, - t Jacobe toterceptm a to Notlvlng. nude a fne " "? -!!r b a o k sndjacob* ran over, who. wben Rydner». Brsbane D. MTarthy added th«+hsu gc.»nj "tter B m lm sparkled up at tm# w n * «ce lle n t W y k and ** ntercepted» tarlc. and Taw. to". Jdncy 30. Brsbane m u A t th e frs t m e etn g o f th e m w ; P lc -"te d oouncll o f t h e A u a ra la s la a C o rp o raton o f Publc o m m a n ts. N e w South W a le s branch. M r. G. M ason A lla rd nnd M r. F. N. Yarw ood w e re e lected presd en t nnd v cc -p res d c a t re - a p e e lv e ly f o ; tu «eoe ulog year.. y l)t j? Dup H o rn m a JStralh F R D A Y. AUGUST S SOME LESSONS OF THE WAR a EDUCATON. (B T B. H. p. SLOMA2U f C lear, b oa ea t th n k n g on tb e p a rt e f the w h o le com m od ty s. n our d em ocratc S ta te o» to -d a y. m ore essen tal than e v e r b efo re, h ow are w e to ensure th at e ve ry boy and g r l s equ p p ed fo r ths ta sk? T h e answ er to tbs qu eston bas been gv e n n the fo llo w n g words n a re ce n t b ook: " P r o m P la to and A r s to tle dow n to tho la tes t trea ts es on R econ stru c- to a... a l a lk e com e round to educato n aa th e k eyston e o f ttae arch o f p o ltcs. T h e fnal appeal s to the soloolm aster.... A s a re o u r schools, so w ll be our P a rla m en ts land our C v l S e r v c e." T h e enorm ous p ow er o f edncatton can n ot be b e tte r llu s trate d th an by the exa m p le o l G erm an y. Bsm arck wshed to change th e cha ra c te r o f b s p eo p le, lu m oad th em to b s ends, and fo rg e them n to a w llla g weapon o f bs selfsb ly ag greaalve Jam bluon. H e knew th a t b e cou ld n ever do jthlb by c od scrlpu on ; be knew th at t could o n ly be done n one w a y ; so he o rgansed ea - b o ra te m ach n ery to ensure th at n e ve ry odu- c a o n a l e ea b ls h m eo t a the Bm ptre. frum, p rm ary v lla g e sch ools to tbe g re a t u o v er- s llee, tb e tw n deals, th a l m gh t s rg h t *n d th a t th e end Justflus tb e means, sboald b e n- cesaanty ncuoatod; n fact, the n a rrow es t and m ust arro gan t Chau vn sm was made th e corn e r-s to n e o f th e uatuual educatou. aud any teach er wbo refu sed to teach tb ese le a - sons w a s rem uved. b e re su l we b ave a ll, seen ; n a sngle geo e ra tlo n tbe soul o f th e : p eop le w as changed asd debased. f o d u c a -. to a, w ben p rosttu ted to so base a use. could! produce such wonderful results, surely t s uot to o much to hope th a t the d elb erate n cu l caton o f the n obler deals o f socal s e rv c e lan d en gbten ed dem ocracy, o f h oneet w ork and honest th ought aod re ve re b c e fo r truth, w h e re ve r t m ay be found, would n a e lo g le gen era to n h ere n A u atralla have a t le a s t e q u a lly m arked reaults. f such s the p ow er o f educaton, t would seem o b v o u s that e v e ry th n g depends on ttae teach ers, wbo should re tbe v ery b est men a v a la b le. n ths cou n try a c lllte s fo r edu- oatob a r e w th n th e reach o f a ll; but w b at steps a r e taken to secure the b est e»eb and.women as te a c b e rs f A salary s offetwa whch lootnpares u u favou rab y w th tb a t o f a slaugb- term ao a t tbe a b a tto rs. T b e work s and m ust b e s ren o o u s and e x a c tn g : no e g h t- hour day s possble fo r th e con scleotlu u s te a c h e r under present c o n d ltlo m. T b e tran - la g s lo n g and c os ty ; th ere s not even sucal rocognltlot o f the teach ers bouourable work. T ra v e l, so essen tal fo r anyune wbo teaches laaclent and m odern snguagos or h sto ry, s h op elessly out o f the reach o f tb e rank and Ole of teachers. They can only buy tbe bouks necessary to enable them to keep sbreaa of modern research n th e r subject a t the p rce of porsonal sacrflces. And what bave they to look forw ard to n old age? A penson m s erab ly nadequate fo r the b arest n ecesstes o f lf e a fte r 23 or SO years w ork at a salary whch m akes t m p oealble fo r a m arred roan t o save, n s p te o f these condtons, tb e r rocord o f serv c e lo th e tom rou n ty baa been a splen dd one. T h e y have oot spared th em s e lv e s : th e y have w orked tll they have broken down under a stra n whlcb should n ever have beon put upon them. T h e r sole rew ard bas been th e gra ttu d e o f th e r pupls and the c o n scousn ess o f duty w e ll and tru ly done. T h e, w ar has brought hom e to p eop le n E nglan d ( and. hope, to p eo p le n A u strala, th a l th s s ta te o f thngs s a n aton al d sgrace, s od {.rouvt be rem eded, w h a tever t coats S a la res m ust b e v ery la r g e ly ncreased, honrs muat be s h o rter, elasses s m a lle r and pensons ade- quate. t must be poeshle to snggcst to tbe rght knd o f boy o r g rl th a t th ey sbould e n - (e r th e teach n g n rofrsston w th ou t h avn g to fep e a t to the n atn rt n f self-sn crlfce. as a t present. T he com m u n ty must re co gn s e the p ro fe ss o n o f the te a c h er as one o f tbe m p o rta n t, f n ot th e m ost m p ortant, branches lof tb e P u b lc S ervce. N o man can produce h ls b es t w o rk f he la ove rs tra n ed, and an m provem ent n th e te a c h e r s con d lton s and prospects w fll r e s u lt n a g re a t m p rovem en t n th e q u ellty o f h s w ork. N o clsbs o f w o rk ers has show n a fn er s p rt under w ar con d ton s than the teach er. Teachers h ave w orked short-banded o ften w th la rg e r clasas; and low as th e r sa a r le s w e re b efo re, th ey h ave e th e r n o t beon ratsad a t s ll o r to sn e xten t b op elea sly p sd equ a te to m e et tb e n creased c ost o f lv n g. T h e p os to n o f th e te a c h er n N e w South W a le s ts tn m a ry w a vs even w orse thnn n E n glan d, w h ere th e p rn cp le o f the eah b a tl- psl te rm h y whch e v e ry s»v e n y e a rs a te a c h e r s rv e n a term ff on fu*l nsv s otten. though n ot un lverssg v. re ro en se d, and w h ere, on the w h ole, pensons a re le ss n ade- eunte. T h e w ar haa. t hone and b e le v e, done mnch to open p -fro le s eyes to th e nlara# o f th e teach er, fo r th e y «r «h ertn n ln e to r e a ls e h s m p ortance lo tb cou n trv. th at fs. to h rase!ves. P rfv s t b nefnctlot>s to odnra- tlon. so cotnraon cw such n gonerotrs s ca le n Am rlca. and sd ra re h h rtn fn A u streu a. esn d o v rv much fo r the cans ov th teach r. fn r fs r - s e c r p r vst (n dlvd u ols lk e th» s fe P»r Ssmn 1 M ct en eh ev n*ns1lv r e a t * o sron a l neccshftlcb befor tb 8 *«t s ren d v fo sn*nd m o n ev non tb «m. A n y p cop e gets th e P lc a to n, as t ge ts th e govern m en t, that ft d eserves. C b t lg u n t p R o r n u a 0 tv a m. R A TC R U A T, AUGUST US,»» T H E D N rv E E S T T O P S Y D N B Y WTeo n the Unlveraty of Sydnoy waa ncorporated by an Act whch forth ta objccto to be "the advancem «t o f rcllelon and moralty and the promoton o f nscfnl knowled{;c. Jte foundcre can soarcdly bare foreooen how sw ftly the academc acorn would become a mghty oak. The ortgnal estababment was o f :three cb&ra and the orgnal ncome a modest f)000 a year, but tbe geoeroelty o f prvate rtzena and endowmenta from the State bare enabled onr UoverBltff constantly to ncrease the range of ts scrv and now, to crown ta progresa, bas come tbe magaacent bequest from tbe late Sr Pjnuel McCaughey. So vast are tbe op- portonltlcs o f derelopmeat prorded by ths that the aenate baa determned that the responsblty o f decdng upon to use abould rest wltb a new senate. n normal condtloas the clectoa would bave been held laat year, but so many members of convocaton were away on actve servce that the vote would not bave been representatve, and tbe electon was postponed by A ct o f ParUament; w ll now be held n November. Another reason for entrustng tbe handlng o f the bequest to a new senate s that the exstng one came nto beng n somewhat pecular ercnmstances. The electon o f 1918 was the flrst held under the Act whch substtuted perodcal electon for Ufe-nomlnaton n the case o f ten ordnary members. Many graduates felt Justly ndjguant tbat men wbo bad served the Unversty long and faltb- fuuy should be forced thus summarly and unceremonously to submt themselves to electon, and by way o f protest aganst the churlshness o f tbe measure returned n a sold block all the om membera who were canddates. But ths consderaton longer apples, and tle r u lt of tbe forthcomng electon abould be tnteresttng. The new senate w ll have a task more agreeable than has fallen to any snce the Cbal- Us bequest was receved, yet the pleasura w ll be tempered wth perplexty. The dlflculty wll be not to And a use for the money, but to make t meet the Unversty s m ollfarou and pressng needa There are varous ways n wheh t can be proftably spent, n the strengthenng and subdvbon o f exstng chars, n tho provson o f ncreased facltes for post graduate atudy abroad, nnd n tbe fouuda- ton o f new chors. Each has ts advo- catgs; each s mportant bnt the frst la [perhaps the most mmedate necessty. The.work of the Unversty s at present handcapped by the fact that tbe teachng staff hus to cover fur too wde a range o f snb- jects And to nstruct far too great a number o f students. To take some concrete e.vmpfps: There s one char for the whole of Law ; there s one char for tug- whole o f the vast feld o f Modern Ltera- tnre. and bntancos o f sucb anomales Could be multpled. n aome departments t hns become neces-sory to hold the chtsaes n three shfts, and ths mposeg a most grevous burden on the unfortunate lecturers. When the ordluory routne of tachlng, examnaton, and admnstraton, s so ntolerably exactng. t s humanly npo»v- «lble for the staff to engage n tbe o r a l work -whch la, after al, not ths least part o f a Unverstys functon. n consderng the requrements ot exstng chars we would not compare ourselves wth the ancent fnd wealthy foundatons where the provson s on a scale wheh :we could not hope, and need not wlah. to j emulate. The amlogy to our Unversty both n pont o f the number of ts stndents land the part t plays n the communty, s rather to be found n such notversltes,as those o f Glosgo-w nnd JLnobester; f we contrast ther equpment wth our own n hstory and modem languages, to menton tw o deoartments at random, we can better realse Sydneys starved condton. The clams for the strengthenng of exstng chars are ndsputable; scarccl.v less nrgenl s the need for the establshment o f more travellng scholarshps. t s generally re-,cognsed that a post gradnate coorse abroad s requred to turn academc promse nto fnlfllment; t makes all the dfference between tbe brllant student and tbe genune scholar, and ths truth apples not only to the Sydney graduate but to the graduate o f any Unversty n the world. t \ not merely that he puts tbe copng-stone on hs learnng,-but h< acqures a hew pont o f vew and broadens hs utellcctual j horzon. Y et Sydney s woefully defcent n travellng scholarshps; they nrc fe w n number, and, wth rare exceptons, fnade- quflte n amount Many a student o f slg-, nal promse bas been condemned never to realse the best tbat la n hm, smply through tbe lack of any opportunty to perfect hs tranng m another scat o f learnng. The owlgatlotj to remedy ths state!of affars nnd to releve the ovepstrnlncd departmenta s so great that tbe establshment o f new chars mght wer be post! poned except n so far as t la nvolved n the subdvson of exlstjpg chars. We should all lke to see onr UnversUy wden ta scope, but the correcton o f loog-atan ng Anomales should precede the embarkaton upon new esterprses. t wll be noted that among the varous purposes to whch the bequest may be devoted no menton bas been made o f buldng. Ths s n matter on r.hlch Unversty opnon HC-m* to be unaumons. There s no nestlo

28 o 314 t h t bnudnr to n a re s a n ry; f o r y e a rs p a»t r n v e r s lt y aecom m o d a tlo n ban b een t a o d to tb e D toont: U to n o w q u te nsu tfcen t, as S r W Q au C u llen has told ua lu hto re c e n t ap p ea l, an d w th tb e M cc n n g b ey h equf-st th e need f o r fu rth e r»rotstt»n has >e-n redouble*?. B n t f t to atcu etl. w th jjrttloe. th a t th e G o v e rn m e n t shou ld us- an m e th e d n ty an d le a v e th e U n v e r s ty fr e e to a p p ly ts w n d fa ll t o th e pssenttol d e v e lo p m e n t o f ts teueh ln g. f th e n com e o f th e b eq u e st h as to b e d e v o te d to buld- n ff t w ll h e y e a rs b e fo re th e U n v e r s ty g e a a n y p ra c tc a l b en e ft fro m f. and m <-nnwhlle th e o p v o rtn n lte s f o r e x ten d n g tl. L " r e o f ts»ervh *o w ll b e w a sted. T h e U n v e r s t y o f S y d n e y has n o reason to b e flsban ed o f ts re eo rd n h e past, b n t S r R am n el M c C a u g h e y s le g a c y hss] e n a b led t to lo o k fo r w a r d to an era o f e v e n g r e a t e r u s efu ln ess and o f e v e n g re a te r!ln flu en oe on th e c o n n m ty, A s th e bend- m a s ter o f Je G n m m a r S ch ool h as p ol»te<! o o t n o o r colttnns, h o?nprene n eed o f m o d e m tm e s s n a tlo u a l e e a r th n k n g an d e d u ca to n. T h e U n lv e r a ty h as a lw a y s s o n g h t t o d o ts p a r t to w a rd s th e con sum m a to n o f tb a t d e a l; t to n o - n a p ort tlo» fo con trjbn te m o re e ffe c tv e ly thar e v f. SUYlE LESSONS OF T l E W A R. SOCLU. SERMCE. r r r n. n. p. slo x -.*.) A n e tra la le * n yo u r band* now. ] T ou b Are a mucb b lagcr task fa c n g vou than tbe A u atrallan force n Vracv. a o l a t Ansae bsd. t l tbe aame gre a t task really, but tbe A..P. ouly began t. So w rtes Captan C. R. W Bean n the open n g paragraph o f bs.: rln g book. " Y<.st- Hunda, Australan*." A thk)k v b lc b must t " read b y e ve ry cu en of tbe CommonweaUb. n tbe cawrytog out at tbla task wo need to atudy carefu lly a ll thu leasoqt w bch wu cao draw from lho cxperl- Got.- o f the w ar. and plau to apply tbum tn the days o f po e. f w e are to realse tbe p n ten U alt"* o t Ots gre a t country aod ntake t th e d e a l dem ocracy on ln e* whlcb w ll serve as a model to Uu. rest o f tao world. n ttae f l n t place we taav* learned tbat tb ln g * mpobstbte n a <nmnunt7 wf e ve ry man s w orkn g and w ork n g bon to the v e ry beat o f bs ab lty not for s elf but fo r b s sde. Sucb a com munty! ated n Pran ce, com posed ol men from w, part o f th " E m pre. Surely % ought t o l jsaay to.rp tu u ve tb s s p rt b er* and novr,\ P Roe tlmu. d.. HtruUu. \n a r r;ts n g fe rtlu o f resource, a v e rv a tlllty greater tbau that o f the ancent Athenan, were esp ecally char- a e te rtot. o f tbe Au elralan sold er n war.j! Those gu a llte * s tll exst n peace, f o n ly the Anstralan ctzen w ll put them s t tbe dsposal o f tbe Stat-. UV must re alro our A lg M d u ty to devote, some part o l our energes a B A b lltles to tao servce o f ttao communlhf e ve ry sngle man and e ve ry sngle woman ou Jo M m cth ag, f thoy w ll, fo r S u te or mun*- ctp elu y UT townshp. Ttae w ar has shown ns.<ore c le a rly once agan that the whole s ter t >: be part; that ttae DterosU ot ne whole are l.-.d- -d tbo n leres U o f each la- -dhrdual. Surely lb «*"* o f a class war and ever-em phass o f clasa-consftlousneaa arc t:ully narrow conceptons, wbota an n ever delude those who form ed part o f an vrm y ou a c lre rvlce. N.-.-r.t n ot clase olldarlty to what w e need n peace as n w»..- T here must be and bone leader r raust be trusted, m t m ost b able (.-7 re ly on those they lead. n tb e army, as consttuted n tha war, every man hud h..-banco o f rtolng lo postons ot trust O ld ro«pu:;"rt» ty: m-sn w "n ) Judged by a v ery hurd rtandard, and tbose who faled wero ru th lessly dscsrded. 10 s w bat we need n peace, equ a lty o t opportunty, genune equalty o f opportu nty, startn g n nfaacy un.» cblldbood. p uttn g tbe best edu. -3 aud the Uost h eathv surroundlnga w tbln the ncb ;Z all. But f a man s neoltent., r«egb b U CTn ranlt be must go. T b r man gftao w tll not w or\ bla b est for ttao commonuy..sb cth er ho bo a m ner o r a man o f nherted )l w esu h. s a dang>-r to the com munty. l f «-veryone works h onestly, then evoryode w ll f o e able tc bave bs eharo o f lesure. Hut every vtnd work mu be recognl. -- the hrad-worker. the arts t, the w rter,. *s t e 0.vek s called them, work.- -* fo r t\e eom- k su slty, and as e sm n tlal t., w e lfa re sa re mner or the mason for man does not lve 1. <y bread alone, and a naton, whose gp lru al, fe to stunted. s doomed to go down n Ue truggle w th other natons, whose.-.n-ronnd d evelopm ent s more advanred and com plete. t bas often been argued tbat. tauman nature b eln g w b at t s, m e n w U! n ever work th er est. excep t fo r th em seltc*. fo r tb e lr own rn a te ra l bcncat. T he w a r has refuted ths ttrgn m eb L T here w ere hundreds o f theusands < VCB atra n ln r eve ry n erve and rskn g rh «lr v-s a hundred tm es a day fo r an deal. Mrhy should not the same th n g occur n ;<«acet A ll tb at s needed 1* tb at tb e deal A D t b efore th " -cople should be a nntale deal. R :fk b t h " }..L-S.cB tto ro u g b ly understsmf, V P d Arc eotbcsaatlc to spend them selves to tlsld. And what deal could be n obler than A «t o f thc servce o f th e eom munlty? E lt- & }D ahp o f no mean Com m onwealth doet not D e re y con fer rlgb ta and prvleges on th"#o wfao h are H ; t lsp les dutes, ss w ell, and those who ehrk the dutlea hsvo no rgh t to the prtllegoa. T h caa dcae. tbe -Jty of c c r y mnn to Sferre h n fellow s, as w<-ll as h. r>f must be tbe corner-ston e o f the na- t; 1 educaton. W rery chld muat leave fcd ool rthed w tb entbuslasm for socal v e*, and -oulpped w th th e knowlcdp.- n<t3- J s t r - to m *d e r Huch aervce o o t m erely rf- f fecnt to C n tsrlal stru ggle o f lfe. T be lncclcat1>n sucb lde=1s w ll r ". mpar, tb e m a teral efl-lency o f a naton, but w * _ nob see.0 t tba We do not r-ake e P lency.the vole end n nor schools, as w affdon e n C ertu u-y. w th the ro s u u that we a ll know;» w e rscst not confuse nstructon w th M n c*- Mod. OtTT dftnocrsry must be an educated and nlghtened dem oeracy; w e must be able to s r v o f ourselves, as cas sad o f ttao best derao-racv th at h sto rr eaa show as. b y ts t le * » g fu te v m s n : "W e regard a mao. who 1 takes.00 tt c r e s t fn publc affvlra. not as a h arralae h t an a u te le M ebaraclcr. xnd f l e f e * C as are rlgnatora. we a re a ll -o o n d judges o f polloy. W «e e ru n ly cannot say* t >-day. and. m rtll w e can. t s fu tle S to tat of th " abohtloo of secret dplomarv - f and p< t e a l ntrgue. W s have learn t n a the sv-t.wl o f w a -.be m n oru nce o f co-ope- rallon w tw een the varo u s arm s o f the scr-. vce ; O e r and o v e r a n t n wo waned th r 1- " vs*t»re- o f thn M e llo n betwesn ttae Germa-; a r tn v r - and n fan try A a l n nesce tb fs co- o r " r f» l. n 1. eneww a n e A tta l th o flft ttm «* suts o f ts shsencft are unhanptlv not (jutte * BO m n.fdlfttoly ohvloaa. The ntercatn of * tho pro.ucer o f raw m aterals, o f the arftat. lo f the nanufscmrer. o f the tranennrt worker. and o f the doctor are ndlssohblt bnndd np t towether. n th e m odem w orld evervon e s e depefadent on everyone else; the tm * nterests u o f one c la w can n ever c.«h w th those o f >f an y oth er c la w n thc coromunlty, where sj e are w o rk ln r t o - tbe common good. There J are rr e s t and f-n lt problem s n ratsn e for jj Bontlon. but thcv tr e nn rr c e le r or more dhacnt tban tboee whch have rs«<- sncceas- jfo lly solved d nrto* tbe war. f f e S tste n r e lv npon the honest co-ou»rftton o f all clashes. Or d w th the sptrtt o f socal servce. end devoton to a rre&t deal, w e may surely fo c " thc fftnre w th a w e!l-gron n d d ontlm - J01>.T THEOLOGCAL FACLXTY. y The closn g lectorc o f tho frst unted sesson n connecton w tb th e Presbyteran, M ehpdst, and C on gregatooal oburtatee was gven a t S t Andrew s C ollege yesterday a fte r noon by tha R ev. John O. Vl taeen. preadent of the UetUodst Conference. The presdent ot the Jon t Facu lty, ttae R ev. P rn cp al G. W. T hatcher, M.A., was n the char. T b e otb er members o f ttae Jont Facu lty w ere on the platform, and there was a large and represen tatve ga tb crln g o f tbe m n sters and memb ers o f tbe th ree Cburcbes. T be theologcal Students o f the three colleges w ere p resent n force. The topc cbosen fo r ttae addreaa was T h e M ssonary N ote n Preachng.* The lecturer ponted out th at ttae cen tral p lace to the lfe and a c tv ty o f the Church belonged to m ssonary enterprse, and that ths dea prevaled n ttae e a rle r centures o f tbe Chrstan era. From tbe tm e o f Constantne, a change look place, w th the resu lt tb a t ttae progress o f Chrstanty had been serously retarded. Emphass was lad upon th e fact that, as the m n ster occuped the prem er place o f leadershp n the Church, bs a lttu d e tow ard mlbslona must la rgely d eterm ne t h e, m ssonary concepton and a c tv ty o f ta el congregaton under h crc. T he books of D. M ott, ttae report o f ttae 1310 Ednburgh Conference, and ouor authortes were quoted n support ot thla poston. The speaker then passed on to show tb at th e m ost effectv e method b y whch thc m n ster could* usually exercse hs mjsblonary leadershp was through hs p ulpt nbtnctlons and appeals. Tho n te llgent and enthusastc pre- s en lstlon o f th e m ssonary clam and problems n the p t would awaken nterest, a t tra c t and n spre the hearers. A stron g appeal waa made fo r more earn est and forceful preachng, and fo r a m ore frequen t use of the pulpt n m ssonary w ork. A cordal vote o f thanks was passed. A fte r the lecture the Jont F a cu lty entertaned the gueats a t afternoon tea. rjm * tvlvetont C APPWrkTlOSS sre nvltfld for s l* c n, R r a to OKOLOUY. Comrocncto* ssury» y**v, Mr cent, lor eodvwnent swuram* under Unlverd rchene. Coom of lutles and ccmdhlon* of sppomt. neol msy be obttned frow th- Res.r.r-re of any of 1 toe AustJallsa snd New Ztale.l n\«rsu*». r. W. 8. CLKBRAB grfw ART. ; BEOSBAE. phb APPUOATONS tre nvltert lo e a UtCTTRER BOLOOY. Comracntnf Wary A4«) t }-m. 71 p e r c e n t, fu r e n d o w tu e u t awuraoee u o d e t h e Uavwdty Mtoeme. OoplM of dutes and oondttons of appont lu h* ;..re>#d front the Kogtstnrs of a r m lu s U ll S m ZeaU m d U a lv e n ltu s. r. w. a. otnbbab s ttw a b t, RgGSTBAB. LEST WE FORGET. TO THE EDTOR. S lr. - A PCTU.M o l m e s y d o -y rsl-.ndar w ll vausc d on e aurprlse. fn«* m ma o f many con sld crt-lc regret that thosp wh-- aff responsble fo r the ls«ue o f thle offlcjal publcaton have already T orr otna * R o were the m ll who. havng qutted the ranks o f ther T asrn m tes o fght for our H tertles. have now returned and arc enttled lo bo remembered those who wen t." Judglns from the names o f these who occupy rosltlon s on the senate, one can hnrdly attrbute thla omlsstoo to sn fa?!«re h r and ye t to vgard U as ntentonal m ght do an njusucp to th er wcl-known be that sm ld the w ealth o f unlaterm t ««RfatlstcB. w th whch ths year s calendar Bbouuto t would be prejudcal to the reputo- tlon o f le students tu unduly cm phasro how hadly our U n versty com pares w th such Unverstes as Oxford and Cambrtdg*-? A s a graduate one fnds t hard to b eleve that ths can be the r " ««o n ; but what w ll tho P- ",,.xton. j H t?untp r n n g ft ra lb. TUESDAT, AUGUST 19, MS- Hm -ry"- flrst tody.,fcmsvdnet U n versty, to t o g Bcbojnrahlp at the Sydney.1 O T O P rl?.. s s Sfctool KoPPm lm - LEGAL NOTCES > m r n m m APP LC A T O N t m S e WMle after fourleen days ffs,*,b* o h# oarmcular* o f ther F S!y ] STUDY OF S C K N C C O X r a R E K C E O P E N E D W O R K N. T H E S C H O O L S. y WOMEN S COLUMN. ) THE WOMEN S OOLLEOE ASD THE HATONA LFE. A largely-attended conference, am ed at fos.erlng the study o f scence, and r e p r e p n u -, ut# o f sclenasto aad others nteresw d. was opened n the Assem bly H all o f the bducaton, Department last n gh t by the M nster fo r 1 Educaton (M r. Jam es). T he c o n f e r e n o e l, ba contnued to-nght and conclnded on W ed- \ n lh L T o-nght ttae subject wul be 1 "Scence and ndustry.... l The M nster fo r EducsUpn, n openng m e conference, sad t w e* lb# outcome o f a aug- g u tlo a U; the P rem er upon tale return from Franc-! that they should consder the o t teleneo teachng n our schooto. _Ona of,t,«l «W M Ot u w» r w «. tt a t press on wth educaton a t fa s t aa pom m e. f we fe ll behnd n educatoa then our naton must to ll behnd. (Applause.) He tho nature o f tha, scence toachlng to lho scbools. aud to cu otlag ttao large number of chldren v re recevng nstnotlon tn aclence. be taousfct t that proereaa was beng made. The \.% was to nculcate n the chld a love o f ure. and to nterest hm n fbe.ordnary phenomena, a fo u n d t and thos leqd ttae chld on to that further nqrry whch would lead to an n afclentlfc ubjedto generally. Hrory sctaml, be thought, should have attached to t a laboratory and workromq. whore *tt*ra DOald l» d ealt w th n a practcal form. Edu- ; o r ought te deal very mttcta toe arts as weu as wth scence. n A u a trtll* we were v ry much be tod n research work. (A p p u n a e ) W e wanted a great deal more money set asde, so that tbose n our mdst w ltb the. e cesa ry a b lty abould be able to devote lh em so to «to that work. ghose phases o X ; that were broadly useful m re c to r " 100 Board. C.M.G.). to dealng wth scle-ace a o d j educaton, eald that 98 per cent, o f the pnpua n S s q o r y sobool0 wlthto the department gnd w lto o u tlt. w e r r s t a V lfl* w m e branch of rolence*,w lth the object p j*sk r y cuulvat- log oaftoln habts of thtmght as a prollmtoa. asd o f layng a boogd fcundatlom tor sbould school s c le o w U techncal j sem e s cletrm c men thottght that boys should leave the secondary school* wth a k n o w l gt o f the applcaton o f the sclonce they had b «n. learnng to varous typo* o f todostry. But t wna not the buslnee# o f the secondary schools to teach lechncal sclouce. (Applause.) Tf t were ao. they would bave a bey able to annly hs knowledgo only to one o r two drec- r to n s: hs would be U cklng th e necessary gen - eral ground work. f ever there was a tm e, wta"d stoftou al theores should be looked af J rresp letlve trf the tradtons o f the 0 was n th l* V w e ru The boys f e d f s ra o f tha -present y had to ba quaufod S face a» e» o f t a t f f new condluona. (A p - pu use.) f there ad one th n g more thank scothv-r that wo had to emphaalae n our f ohoola to-day t waa that we ahould turn boy out o f our schools ft to adjust hm - w lf to tho demand* that socety bad to make. pon hm not m erely demands o f the ndus-. ru l world, but to e bgger feld, the b gger 1 let o f crcumstances to whch ba had to adust hlm sell (Applause.) Ueutenant-Cotonel (P ro fessor) Davd sad. -Aslr greaeat need was not m ore good stu- lents a l too U nversty, but m ore room. (A p - plansa.) T b e sou) o f sclenee was rcm srch. and the endowment 01 further research -cbolarshlps and fellowshps waa o n e, way n whch th l* State could taelp sclenca lo general. (Applau-u.) H lal strong plea was {h a t some arrangem ent could be found for studscs to lake not o n ly say a scence Uke chcmary. but to fnd some room for one of the natural scences geology, to r nstance, whch waa the bass o f a ll sound geography. The teachng o f soology,botany, and geology ahould be stmulated, especally to the country R rr.<s. (Applause.) H * advo- t cated an a fr ;c r } board lo assst ttae depart- J m eat n consecuon wth tbs project to stmu- fl late to e study o t scence. (Ap p lause.), rrofesfor Carslaw stld t w aa ne use send- \ ng reaearuta bcholsrs to tbe Unversty un- j less they gave them research- professors free to carry out th at wqrk. Agan, they had p ractcally no research buldngs. The buld- ngs w ere overcrowded. Many o f them wore, unsutable even lo r elem entary tea-hug. Others tawng part n tbe dsrusbton ncluded, Dr. K esteven, Dr. D srnell 3mtth. Mss Brew- ster. Dr. O stoud. Mx B. J. Sm art cbanbon ot ttae S ocety o f Chemcal ndustry, and Mr., Launcelot Harrson.!k. - - W h at a the value to the com munty o f a c ollege fo r women to connecton w tb tho UD lversuy? W h at s the jusuflcatlob for tbe S late subsdy o f pound fo r pound oa all m ooey up to 80,000 spent os permanent buldngs; and fo r ttao pnbllc appeal for funds to add to tbe buldng now ben g made ao confdently by the Lousa Macdonald Comm em oraton Conunttee (W om eas College E z- tenson Fund? Advocates o f tbe e elle ge system clam that, although tha U n v m t y s tbe apex o f our educatonal system, the value o f the tranng receved there s gre a tly noreased fo r w6mea as fo r men by resdence n c ollege durng the U n versty conrsc that ths addtonal gan makes for broadness o f culture and good c tzenshp, and s so m portant, and so (ar-, reachng n ts effects tbat t fu lly jottlfea oftsatanee from publc fuada and prvate generosty. T hs answer can on ly be teetad by ezanha- tng the place the wom ens college flls to ttae educsuonal, snd th# n a t lo u l Ufa o f ttae oom-. munlty. n. tb# flrst place, the eollege a a jv ery necessary part o f our setaeme o f demo-- cratlc and n atonal educaton, for t a o b - ; Tloua that to be rn ly natonal, educaton must be read ly avalable to *11 wthn to#: bounds o f the Stato. S o tu ry lfe n a bosrdlng-hocse s unttalnkabl# fo r a young grl student, and to th row open U n lveraly lectures to women w thou t provdng an offcal re sdence where country grls fnd a com fortable home and wse gudance would be a mockery to a ll buk those who lved wthn etay dstance. The recen t extenson o f the bursares system, by whch awards ore made to grls to cou atry H gh schools, on ly emphssuet the need o f the colle ge from ths ohvlous p ractcal sundpolnt. But n th e second place s college s far m ore tbsw a m ere boardng-house for stndrnls. T h e founders and benefactors.o f these colleges o f Newnham snd Olrtoa, and S om ervlle and to e C ollege H a lls have done mhch fo r th er cou n try." sad tlp flrst p rts- clpal o f our c ollege a t the openng o f toe buldng. "T h e y bar# gven back to women studonts th# Joys o f lfe as w e ll aa o f learnlsg, aad have created centres of s old arty forces that make for unon n an age o f dlslntegnte tlon. T he old tes are loosealng perhaps mare then others tbe trad lteea l bonds o f fam ly unltyv and paternal authorty. Surely tt s w ell that the women o f tbe future should tae traned to know w h al true unon mesne, anf to foel the pr-reges and responsblty of ben g a m em ber o f a corporate body. The Btndents share n fu ll the benefts o f the U nv ersty. but have n addton tbe advmnta«ds o f c o lle g e lfe. t s a true democracy of talsn t country-bred grls mx w th town-bred. holders o f scholarehps w th daughters ol the wea.lthy, students o t arts w th students ol m edcne and sclenee. actn g and reseu n g ea each other, dscusng all thng# to heaven and cnrth, and layng the foundatons o f a broad cnlture as w e ll as npeclalsng n one partlcu- ;la r hrsnch o f knowledge. And the stlmulns of thle lfe s as varrd as f t s ntense. The result on tbe work o f the students ts seen n the annual examlnauon lsts. From the frst a bare pass s sn excepton among 1 college students, and the number o f honottfs, prses, and scholarshps ganed by them s qute rem arkable. The result on the charaeler o f the studenta s much more subtle, and hard lo defne. N evertheless t s the m ore m port- Jnnt T here s n th e frst p lace the qute lu- ralcu lable tollnence ot such a p rncpal as tbe W om ens C o l l e has h a d - * fne scholar, wth knowledge broadened by resdln g and travel to m any countres. and. to addton, a woman o f wde sympathlt and a source o f nspraton to alt hey students- T h ere 1* agan tha nfluence o f envlronm enl N e t lens educatve are th# deta ls whch f o r a part o f tbe corporate Hfs o f the stodents the orderlness and r e a - ty n eressary n a household o f 46; ttae need ot sacrfce o f self, and o f mutual eo-oferatloh fo r the common good, the realfsatlon o f the fact th at prltlagps mply dutes, end that ndvdual acton n varably leaves a m ark for good or 111 on to e lfs o f to e eom muntr; above all, the prde n belongng to ttae college, and the endeavour to lv e up to ts t dltlonn *11 these thlags develop :? a CR.*!>Dntp H ornm ff btrarj. M O X D T. A C O U S T 13, SURVEY SCHOOL. A..F, EDHGATONAL METHOD. P E R TH (W.A ). Saturday., The staff and personnel o f the A..F. Survey] School arrved n Adelade on Frd ay by the transport Norman. Tb# school form a one of the many succesaful organlsatona under the educatonal scheme o f the 4--F. R epat- rla llon and Demoblllaaton D cpartm enl Thq course commenced at Southampton on March 10 wth Capt. R. Gllespe as O.C.. and CJaptr*- L. S. F crrer. D. S, Mulley, and F. H. N toatrurtor*. A ll are lcensed survnv, AnstrsHs. Col- Sr P harle* Close, ot Brtsh Ordnsnc# Surveys, afforded otx-\ tunlues n th " study o f Brtsh e t S j f - \ oecallt applcable to pxtenelvs topograpbl\\ SSnreys. The students, numberng aboutr. from all ttae Slstos o f the ComroonwerR, and representng almost e ve the forces were fo r the most p art men who had com pleted th er practcal experence UR<Jrt artcles, ard had gnor abroad before R * ; tog. T h " course of natron on was arranged to prepare them for tb esanln atlon on ther return to Australa. j, dard reached has more tann justfed the s- f SM o f favourable certfcates to each rtudent. T h " school embarked oa the horm an on July «.1 Plymounth. and w h "4 t throughout to " voyage to the character o f the student and ft her fo r ttae respod sblltles o f cftltensbtp. H ow ths good nfluence pe.*meates th m gta toe eom mnnty la seen by glancn g a t thd post graduate w ork o f tbe c ollege studenta. A lrea dy tbe condton demanded b y the bulletn. to e», th at f State aded t should afford "a n educaton calculated to beneft nrt ly the ndvdual but the commntrtor of whlcb the ndvdual s but an atom, bas been fulflled, and a fne record o f.servce, both to E m pre and State, has been estsbtaad Am ong war w orkers. Dr. Ormlston was decorated by ttae K n g e f the B elgu n s for bravery and d evoton to duty durng tbe retreat from Antw erp: M ss M. Arm strong was alrarded tbo C rox de Guerre fo r b ravery durng tha bom bardm ent e f the bosptsl n whch she served Dr. D s ly ell worked n Servla vrtth Lad y W lm borne s unt; Dra. Bourne, H om ll- ton-brow ne. Cordngley U ttle, and BttfkloB held ap p V ntm enu n multary hospltsls d tbe Unted Kngdom, the CoDttaent, and p t ; and tbe lastnam ed was recently sent out n Charge o f 9f0 women and ctudren to the transport Os.erley. Msa M ontefore was adm nstrator n the Au xlary Land Army. n addton th ere w ere to Prfnco tw o m ltary massage nurses, * V.A D., and other old atu- deota dong aotd toougb less spectacular war work. A t home ttae graduates hold peslttens on the staffs o f the unversty, tb * hosptals, and tbe publc lb rares. Others are conooeted w th movements d ealng wth the rellgtots. poltca l, and aoral wettore o f the naton. But t a to wom ans tradton al rote as teacber e t the com ng gonbratoo th s her polgdtlsl nfluence s so g re a t F o r very many of tbe graduates m arry snd b rn g up famluce of th e r own. and many o f the rs a o ln d e r take UP the proteseoo o f teachng. T b e re o re a t present oe lo ts thsn 84 old stndents on the staffs o f tbe H l Schools e f N ew South Walea and the.drsm m ar Schools o f Queensland, besdes nae la p rvate and Uborch schools. The m poru n ce e f thta fsc t ean hardly be over estm ated w u s nfluenee on the fo r maton o f natonal ehsractor, fo r these teachers are not solated todlvldusls; they remala part ot a lv n g corporate body. Ttaroagb the prncpal, and the Old Studeats* Uaot, thoy keep to touch w th tho lfe frem whch tbey drew th e r nspraton, whch to ts turn 1s e ve r grow ng sad wdenng. The tradtons bf the c ollege grow year by year. Old studeats travel and b rag back new deas. By maspl holarabps and eoncasslpns the c ollegt KoUn J.L r.to* TO. torrallnn B c o o t o u u «u u <.uut-sblfub m e COCgS dents dsembarked. The M tero Austra ron, to tersu to and nternsuoaal rela- Btndenlfl w ll return home tlonshlpa. so that t tends to become the.kfa -GoBArn Rtntea w ll contnue n o.r o t >. voyage oo tbe Normow...of tbe State, but o f an totarnatonal fello w shp o f learnng. - f r ; \.1

29 M CCAUGHEY BEQUEST TO THE D N lv E R S rry Mone Badlf Needed Overcrowded Clauroomt Pos- lble Exteatons T h e sp le n d d b e n c fs c to n to th e S y d n ey U n -.e t -ty p ro v d e d b y th e w U c l th e la te S r S am u el M c C a u fh e y w ll as- 81st th e U n v e r s t y n m e e tn g w h a t h a v e : been re co g n s ed as v e ry pressng needs. [ -o r a lo n g tm e p ast th e U n r e r s ty has been c ra m p e d n a c c o m m o d a to n. T h t n u m b er o f s t u d e s - h as n crea se d n a ll a fp a r t.c n t * o f th e urtjver:$ty v e r y con - c d e r % v n th e la s t fv ; o r sx years. an d n a c a rcely o n e d ep a rtm e n t s th e a c c o m m o d a to n p ro v d e d f o r tre- classes 1 j suffee t. T h e M c-dfcal S c h o o l s abort : o f ro o m s t o L cet th e n crea sed n u m b er of stu d en ta: th e apace f o r the P *c u ln - o f Arts s qute nadequate ; w h le tl)e V aroo«s ce n ce depart.-nents p re w o r k n g unde v e ry g r e a t d ffcu ltes o w n g to th e c ro w d - jn g o f the students, and the w a n t o f lab o ra to r y space. H a lf-a -d o z e n n e w C h ars h a \ c been e stab lsh ed n th e last seven ly e c r a w th o u t an y n crea se n th e a ccom - f m o d a t o n w h c h th e n e w claaftcs requ re. Expanson Desn-ed. t s n o t k n o w n vhcth er th e M c - tc a u g h c y b en e fa cto n s h a v e a n y c o n d - U on a a tta ch e d to them, a lth ou gh t a m d e r s t o o d th a t th e U n versfr w ll h a v e The b e n e ft o f o n ly th e n te re st o n th e m o n e y ; but th e re can b e no d ou b t th at t w ll a ffo r d th e U n v e r s t y th e o p p o r- ; te n ty o f v e r y c o n s d e ra b le e xp an son. A p a r t fro m a c c o m m o d a to n, th e re s stll j a d e n n n d f o r n e w d ep a rtm e n t! o f te a c h n g. U d ep a rtm e n ts c a ll f-- -..J d lto n a l : profe%-!ors an d lectu rers T h - S ch o o l X r.f T conom ca, f o r e xa m p le,,;h c h s r - w n g r a p d ly n th e n um b er o f ts students, has on e p ro fe s s o r h ere, w h e re as m u n v erstes o f a % ;la r s ze n o lh e s ca*--"*res th s d ep a rtm e n t w o u ld h a v e th e b crv c cs o f s even o r e g h t p ro fe ss o rs o r lectu rers. A d d to n a l C h ars, to o. a r e c a lle d for, as, f o r e xa m p le. A n c e n t H a to ry. S o ca l Scen ce, F re n c h, a n d G erm an. M o r e - : E n g n e e rn g S c h o o l and * th e M e d c a l S c h o o l r e q u r e s e v e r a l add- : to n a l p ro fe ssors, w h le n a ll d ep artm en ts m o re le c tu re rs are n eed ed. T h e r e a re 2600 stu d ents a t p resent at th e U n v e r s ty, w h c h m ean s an n crease o f 600 s n c e last y e a r, an d un less th e n ec e ss a ry e x ten s o n s a r e s o o n - m ade, n th e o p n o n o f M r. B a r ff. th e U n v e r s ty R egratrar. t m a y b ecom e n ec e ssary to re je c t n te n d n g students. Present Expedents. T h e fo llo w n g s, a fa r sam p le c f som e o- V s h fts th e s ta ff a p u t to n o rd er * >.red m ere s ttn g ro o n. f o r som e o f tle r classes. T h e P r o fe s s o r o f A n a to m y, f o r n s t a n c e,. stated r e c e n tly : " T h e rc- su lt o f th e e x tra o rd n a ry g r o w th. th e U n v e r s t y h as been to re n d e r th e a c c o m m o d a to n o f th e d ep a rtm e n t h o p e les s ly n a d equ a te n n e a rly e v e r y d re c to n. T h e la r g e le ctu re ro o m, k n o w n as th e V e s a la n T h e a tre, w a s equ p p ed t o accom m o d a te c o m fo r t a b ly 145 s tu d enta; b y s a c c e w v r f m m edents n the w aj* o f c los n g up seata oavcucxb n m e w a y o r C lo s n g up s ea ta a d d T :: e x tra ones, d sp en s n g w th s u c l ga n gv.-ay p ro v s o n as seem ed n o t n dsv p en s a je. -t,- h a v e b ee n a b le to p ro vd.- a. v uccn a o e to p ro v jo spacea. A t th e p res e n t tm e hc,vc to fj.d r o o m som eh ov n th.j lectu rer? area und n th e re m a n n g g s n g w a y s fo r Bome 20 m o e ch a rs o r s to o s placed. w h e n th e c - : h as assem b led. K o w th e c o m n g frs t y. a r o f 250 o r so 1» t o be d sp o se d o f. s a p ro b le m s o fa r u n solved. - P o s s b ly w e m a y succeed b y p a c k n g t h f tw o rem a n n g n a rro w g a n g w a y s w th s to o ls. Grotxly Orererow4ed. " T h e d flc c tn g r o o m, to o, w h e re o v e - *00 stu d ents a r e -.rpposed v:. rd tnd a v th re e h o u rs a d a y n s x a c tr.r and c f;. r r t h e r u n p lea sa n t w o rh, * hal%-_ y g r o s s ly overp TO w ded, T h e m p o rta n t s tu d y ro o m f o r m o u n ted p rep a ra to n s c n n n o t a t o n e tm - c o m fo r t a b ly accu..- m o d a te m o re than a sm sr r t o t.r t c n c f th r s e w h h o u g h t t o spen d a p a rt o f th e r tn r.e n t. C o rre s p o n d n g ly n a d eq p a te are a ll tb e s m a lle r acces so ry ro o m s n th e U e - p -tm e n t L a b o r a t o r y, ro o m s f o r s to ra g e f* * * tr e a tm e n t o f th e a n a to m c a l sub p re p a r a to n ro o m s, w o r k room, c lo a k r o o m an d la v a t o r y a c c o m m o d a to n, Tronble Everywhere. F r o m th e o th e r d ep a rtm e n ts o f t t - m c d x a l 5 rh oo l on e hears o f sm l tr o h1e. A m o n g o th e r asp ec ts o f t P r o fe s s o r o f P h y s o lo g y c o m p la n s t h O w n g to th e w a n t o f a d equ a te te a c h r-, ro o m s tb e sam e te a c h n g has to b e r«?. p ea ted a k s n an d a g an, an d th e room - thu s n o c c u p a to n fr o m m o rn n g la te n th e d ay. t s thus p o s s b le to p ro p e rly c lea n u o beta... classes. 3 nd A> v e n tla te th e ro o h l F u rth e r, t s m p o ss b le to o u t a w a y th appar-tu s used n a p re c e d n g c lass be fo re th e n e x t f o llo w n g c la s s ; w b e re th hem cal w o r k s b e n g d o n e n tht fo r m e r th e (corosve fum es are m ost des tru c tv e to th e d e lc a te physologr.a. s p n aratu s an d m a cro p e uaad n th e la tv-. (th s m o s t e s p e c a lly n tb e U c h a e ltr T e r m )..T h e la r g e classes d o n o t a llo w [, stu d ents g e tt n g a rcasortfl ; atn ou n t o f th e d e m o n s tra tve tm e :.n p r a c tc a l c la s s o f th re e h o u rs th e fr h o u r s a lm o s t c o m p le te ly ta k en up w t d ld a ctp n s tru cto n an d dc;..;:sstraton-. to th e w h o le class. W t h a c lass o f 5f! to 60 stu d e n ts th e n d v d u a l stu d ent can ge t a t th e m o s t an a v e ra g e o f t w r m n u tes o f t h e d e m o n s tra tv e tm e, and th s s c le a r ly n o t su fb cen t n such sub as h s to lo g y, a n d p h y so lo g k -n tb e ft.s trv w h e re n d v d u a l a tte n to n :r trery n e c c «a r y. Psycholojkany Wrong. T o m y o p n o n a p lass o f th re e hour4* d u ra to n s p s v c h o lo g c a llv w r o n g. D u r n g he la s t h o u r th e stu d e n t s a tte n to n he? m e n ta lly tred an d th ; ajph es th o u g h p erh a p s ;n a lesaer d e e t o th e d em o n s tra to r. n th e cases o f p h a rm a co lo " lx ;c;ry?n d hot.;,v th e sam e o f d*f- :.-uues p res e n t tb e m se lv es w h ls t t:; r t - r * o rg a n c.-r.d a p p led c h e m s trv, w h o - e p o s s b lte s f o r usefulness can- - n o t be e x r.t g -»r e l. s n an c een w orr.e n rc d!-." nt. W th o n t e n te r n r n to de- t m a v be s -d th a t th ere s a r lv e n ecesm ty f o r th e *n m edatc r >n o f Rn o rg a n,-, c h e m s try leq- t-re rk ea tre, sea tn g b e tw e e n 100 an d 15P l-:t.dfnfs. n n a s n?. t ; n te re stn g n o te a ls o th a t th e U n v erst clflsscv b o ta n y. e th e ls - c 8 t o f a n y U n - v e r s ty n th e B ttk b E m p re. : Ohl tb Bequest Much Needed. Vrom the above t w ll be qute fvdcrf tb a t thd le fn to th e. -!P be better used than n provd- ne svtable extensons and m wldenn. he thefttre of educatonal enterprse b chars for subccta n ot alreadv.urht. Sr Samuel McCaughey* o r th " e UnversR y r f n the comprchen..vencs,! -rf,c ddsstnton, o! th e t > m ro ts r o - n w r r o w (M o n r t a y ) s h o n ld. o f root n te r m t to all who take am m- 1 n lha TJnTcraHv. A BRLLANT SCHOLAR Mss Katheen Murray, B.A. M se K a th le e n M u rra y. B.A.. -wbo le a v e s S yd n ey (o r E n g lan d, en ro u te f o r P a rs, on S a tu rd a y n e x {, b y tb e O rm on d e, has had a b r lla n t schclastt c r :e e r. W n n n g a s ch o la rs h p, sh w e n t to th o S yd n ey G r ls H g h S ch ool, an d fro m th e re passed to th e U n v e r s ty. D u rn g h er cou rae a t th e la s t-m e n to n e d n sttu to n, she g a n e d th e F a r fa x p r s e fo r g e n e ra l p ro fc en c y a t tb e U n v e r s t y s e n o r e a - m lo a tlo n, p a s sn g w t b b o n o rs n F re n ch, E n g lsh. O erm an, L a t n, s n d m a th e m a tc s, an d p ro x. see, m e d a l f o r m od ern h lslor.v. T h s c a rre d w th t th e Y a r a lla S ch o larsh p. D u rn g h e r fr s t y e a r she ga n ed th e G a r lo n S ch o la rsh p f o r F re n c h and G erm an, an d w on tb e sam e p rz e a t th e exaraa. a s c a r la t e r. n h e r th rd y e a r she g a n e d th e U n v e r s t y s p e c a l h ro n se m e d a l a t g ra d u a ton. M ss M u rra y a ls o g a n e d th e Jam es K n g, o f rra w a n g. t r a v e lln g s ch o larsh p a t th e S yd n ey U n v e r s ty n [ TDt SpBurp Konus fctralc. W K D N B S 5 D.V Y. A U G U S T 20, W O. rsttee-ttnvellsrtt VTOMEH S SP0FT8. LAW N TENNS. RqBl n ruhbws snd ect, Sydney UnverBty wat AdfUMe ywt>rduy whou csm o were taken nto uj- culsdon. The second d*y P ~ v s A r r SJSL. u th»y w. «both ther ru bet*. M» n n ; t - h a r f PYumd trokra were very attrsctv. snd, 9luahl«. They were u«$dc wth toe Uhtr down the lne or acroee court, ther drtomon H l«y< vne cho-en cm ent Her psrtnw * same WM marked by good Kbblag. asety. and actvty K r R < «had much hard work to do at the ta,- om h e ( t f n d dd l well. The e>- SLpon. left-.»rcd rfrlre. *e r * «revere o-e u ever. H -r partner, Mra Hardy, whoa* m b- w a # ha -.n?tau by an njured ankle. rohe.ve.1 ne.uly H o» M t M n 0. W.1 * (Ad.l.W rt, lj!-!; R on o «t (S.) b» t V n e. W J.h.nd <B.) l «t to V n e. B»l- <S.) tnn. M. W.1M. G,.?. - n.t,bn,, 8. r. n» s. R n 7 r S " o. 5 t? " e o f r S l W o. P n v n V t, t t v - no TK E Y. " R T. r n r - r ; Mra n c k P " * New South Wales goal, J.!. : Off drte pullrd BrHbtne up early n the bah pow M r: but very Hm Spark got the ball from aome, Z rl h n r- nst. and eho made cne aeores equal.! Melbourne P»tt auy amount of dash nto therr! «5 e? T f o r to * V» t o r part of toe flrrt half toe fr>e!ade grla were rtrrmoun y drfendng ther M l. q7,>re waa *ome excttrmwt when t waa thought that Artellde hal ecrrvl. hut the hall went <ralslde th,5 e Wrhho-Ware waa the flrrt to rore for MrSournr tb aool helne ht frr>m a dlfflenlt ang> h t ol half trrv Altoovgh Adel.d dd not a w fv» *.-r, thr P l«v waa up and down flem. w and Saltau obtaned the oo.er r SYDNKT V BRSBANE. A te. one goal a l. Mre Tesm e (Sydaey) asd Mm Spark (Brabaa). n c v - MaMs Turkey, Coomhea, lamnton. Rlnl- mtmb, T «n e. Beverdge. Morgan, Bellautne, naes. Cnn, Gordoo. Catchpoole. Martn, lajrd Fonter, MoUh, Brklck. Brown. Shpley, and MELBOURNE v ADELADE. Won by Mehuume. 3 goals b ntu Masa Webbe- WuT, Brown, and jeltau,u Kl jsnd Mrlhonne; M w «Atkns, Brown, Adams, Atoton,.Saltan, ftvehholvare. lughea, Brathwate, Taggart, Glbert, snd Syne. Adelade: M a*«macghev. Stanton. Adama, Coult- hard. Cape, Oant, SomrrvUle, Cock, Kleeman, SflTman. aad Orbb. On Th rwlat jftem oon Sydo y wfr play Melbourne at oclock; and Adelade wu l play Brsbane at 8 Oclock TO T K A y WOMEN.. STATE SCHEME. M r. Jam es, M n s te r f o r E d u ca to n, s ta te ye a te rd a y th a t tb e v o c a t o n a l tr a n n g ( w om en w a s b tjng e x t e n s v e ly c a te re d f o r a te c h n c a l c o lle g e s u v a ro u s p a rts o f tb< S ts te. T h o e n b je cta ta u g h t w e re w o m e n b an d c ra fb. d o» e a : lc seen ce. a p p le d a r t an. a r c h te c tu r e, BantaUcn. and a e lo n ce and a g r l n ltu re. n a d d to n, tl-.e r e c e n t d ec so n o th e U n v e r s ty S en a te to p ro v d e f o r s d «-g rc( n d o m es tc s ce n ce op en ed up a n o th e r m eans fo r th s class o f tralu u g. n th e s u p ero r P u b lc s ch o o ls (d o m e s tc s ce n c e and c o m m e r c a l) p ro v s o n o f a m ore e le m e n ta ry c h a ra c te r was- m a d e f o r g r l s f frqpa 13 to 15 y e a rs o f a g e. n tb w o m e n s h a n d c ra ft c la s s e s, aa d th e M n s te r, p ro v s o n s mad foy tr a n n g y o u n g w o m e n e th e r to u n d ertak e b o ta e d res s m a k n g o r to e n g a g e n tb e c a lln g f c r a l r e - lllo o d. T h e cou rs es n c lu d e d res s m a k n g, la d le s ta lo r n g, m lllfn e ry, w h ts w o rk, and a s p e c a l cou rae fo r busness w o m e n. T h e o r d n a ry d ressm s k n g cou rso. w h lc b, lk e la d le s t a lo rn g, can b e c o v e red n tw o ye a rs,»- elu d es p r a c tc a l w o rk, c u ttn g, an d d es g n n g. F<# s tu d e n ts wtp do n o t d e s r e th e f u ll cou rs es a rra n g e m e o ts a r e m a d e f o r th e ta b ln g o f such s e c to n s as w ll be o f s e r v c e to them. U n d er th e s p e c a l p ro fe s s o n a l c ou rs e f o r b u sness w o m en, such* s u b je c ts as d e s g n n g, w o rk ro o m m a d a g em ea t, b o o k k e e p n g, and b u yn g a r e un d ertak vn. n a d d to n to rrh lch le ctu re s on tb o h s to r y o f c os tu m e and t x - tle a used f o r w o m e n s and c h k lre n a c lo th n g a r e gv e n. A n u m b er o f y o u n g w o m e n a tte n d th e d o m e s tc s c e n c e d e p a rtm e n t f o r a p r e p a r a to r y cou rse b e fo r e e n t e r n g updn th r e s p o n s b lte s o f m a n a g n g e h om e f o r tbecq Belves. S p o a l c o u rs es o f n s tru c to n a r e a ls o p r o vd e d f o r n u rses who a r e re q u re d to p ass n n v a ld c o o k e r y to b ecom e e lg b le f o r a d m s son to th e A u s tra la n T ra n e d N u rse s A s s o c a to n. U n d er th e s a n ta to n c o n rs e p ro v s o n s mad f o r w o m en to q u a lfy as fa c to r y n s p e c to rs. S ta te c h ld re n s r e le f n s p e cto rs, h e a lth v s to r s, an d s ch o o l nursos. A n o th e r m p o rta n t phaae o f th d e p a r t m e n t s a c tv te s, added th e M n s te r. a th p ro v s o n mad f o r th a w a rd o f s ch o lu r- Bhlps fro m th dnm.* tc HCtene s ch o o e to th e tr a d e s ch o o ls and te c h n c a l c o lle g e s. These s c h o la rs h p s c an b a v a le d ofc n th a r ts tc tra d es and n ro o k e r y an d w o m e n s h a n d lern fls. and e n t tle t h «h o!d e -s to th re e y e a r s f r e e tu to n and a m o n e ta r y g ra n t to c o v e r c la s s re q u stes. Ther s a ls o p r o v s o n f o r th e a w a rd o f s ch o la rs h p s to s tu d en ts o f th e g r l s h gh and s e c o n d a r y s ch o o ls w h o b a v e p assed th e n te rm e d a te c e r tfc a te e x a m n a to n. r SCENCE. v RELATON TO NDUSTRY. JPKOYEMENT OF WORKNG CONDTONS. T R e 3 c «R = e C o n te re n c e w a s c o n tlr a,4 n g h t. th a a a a.o b ly b a ll o l th e D c p a r t e o t U r. P e t e r B o a rd. C.M.G. D - r e c t o r o f E du ca ton, w h o p re s d e d, n tro d u c ed M r. A. R. H e c to r, g e n e r a l m a n a g e r o f B u r - roughs, W e llc o m e, h a d Co., c h e m c a l jn s n u fa c - tu re rs, w h o d e lv e r e d au a d d res s o n S ce n ce and n d u s try.. M r. H a c to p sad n th e s c o o ls tb o c n e m a to g ra p h w o u ld b e o f v e r y m u ch O T e e r s e r v c e th au d ry, s c e n tfc ja r g o n. T o o m u?h tm e w aa w a sted n le a r n u g m e re te c n - n lca l te rm s. E v e r y s te? w h c h w o u ld m a k e s ce n ce m o re w d e ly k n p w n a o d b e t t e r u n d er s to o d w a s a s te p a th e r t g h t d re c to n. T o th s e n d th e y cou ld n o t h o v e a n y th ln s b e t te r th an tb e k n d e rg a r te n s y stem, w h ch G e r m any a t lr t t t f s tc r e d an d th e n r e je c te d b e- au se t d e v e lo p e d n d v d u a ls m. A d a y s h o u ld s e t a p a r t la th e s ch o o ls f o r th e m a gn et, u.-th e r d a y f o r on e o f th e p h y s c a l s enros- O u d oor dem on straton s w e r " o f mor-: s c h o o l c h ld re n th a n th o s e n th e s c h o o l ro o m s, an d t -would b e e a s y t o s u p p le m e n t th e p re s e n t n a tu re stu d e s b y h a v n g e le - m e rta ry scence etu dts. T h e s ce n ce o f T nanngerren t w a s on e o f te e.-lobt m p o rta n t phaacs o f s ce n ce. M r. H e c t o r w e n t on to say. A k n o w le d g e, o r r a th e r an a p p lc a to n o f sce n ce, w o n ld e n a b le e m p lo y e rs to m p ro v. w o r k n g ro n d ltlo fts w th o u t h a v n g r to r e s o r t to th e A r b t r a t o n C o u rt. D r. G r e j S m th o p e n ed an n te r e s t n g d ls - en&bon w h ch fo llo w e d M r. H e c t o r s ad d ress. D r R. K.. M n rp h y suld th a t th e y m u st h a v e te e h n lc n H y tr a n e d w o rk m e n f th e y w e r e to k e e p p a c e w th o th e r c o u n tre s n th e m g h e r b r a n c b w o f p ro d u cto n an d n d u stry. H o c o n clu d ed b y o fle r ln g th e fo llo w n g s n g g e s - tlo n s : T o b r n g aboxtt * c lo s e r an d m o re e fb c le n t c o -rp e tm to n b e tw e e n s c e n c e s n d t e - d u s try t w ll b e n e c e s s a ry <1) F o r th e G o - T c m m e n t to b u ld an d e q u p a t t e e S yd n e y T e c h n c a l C o lle g e an n d uatraj c e n t ls t r y b u ld n g, fu lly eq u p p ed w t h th e m o e t m o d e ro a p p la n c e s ; C2) to r a l «: th e s ta tn s r f t e c h n e a l c o lle g e s n a ll re s p e c ts to th a t r f th e b e s t te c h n c a l u n v e r s t e s o f E u ro p e o r A m e r c a, so th n t w e m a y tu rn o n t men r f a d e - a u a te tr a u n g and a b lt y to m a n ta n and d e v e lo p nur n d n s trca to th o f u ll u t ls a to n o f o u r n a tu ra l ro v o n re e a ; (3 ) to m m e d a te ly m a k e a v a la b le s u fflc en t m o n e y to e q u p th p ro s a n t n d u a tra l la h o a te ry. W ln s u t n g to r th e p erm a n en t b u ld n g s f o r w h c h ths e q u p m e n t -would b e a v a la b le ; (4 ) to b rn g a b o u t a g r e a te r c o -o p e r a to n b etw e en th e e m p lo y e r. e m p lo y e e, an d te c h n c a l c o lle g e s tc th e end th a t th e o m p lo y e e m a y r e c e v e som e d a y lg h t tn stru tlon an d b e re w a rd e d n p a y f o r s n s fe c t o r y o ro g r e e s n h s d p lo m a cou rse? a t th e T A»-.nlcal C o lle g e ; (6 ) th a t th e e d u - ca to n o f th e b eys fo r p rep a ra to n to e n - tran ce to a d plom a eoursa a t th -Technca UC o lle g e and e m p lo y m e n t n an n d u s try s h a l, K on ss broad Jnes as posrble. \ tllter-torretlsttes SrORTS. 1 L A l T N T l T > m S., _ T rem ttxm Adelade and Syrtwre Ln ten lar t t the- CnlveTSJty 0»a1 m the - wn tsma hockey cwnpetjuota for womej -lenta. W Uwn tennu eontett wat won by Melbe.rne, Ade- nwde ertablltoed a lead n toe lawn tenn.x fbol one rubber o f a r.gl«and four of d «J* ta be r ls y rf to-day. Tbe whmng team w ll meet Melb<wrn«u»-Tnorrow t 1* cnrtomtry for tbe botm t T t a v e toe bye. but the Sydney player* waved th* rght, aa t wte dlfflcult for the Melbourne playen to he on the openlw day. Mra Reed (Addalde) b t*t Mra Noeworthy (S yd n ), * M a rrl» (Adelade) loet to M 3«Hardy raydngy). k l B o U e o (Adelade) beat Mho Buta tsydney). AdeUde l«wle by 1 robbers 4 seta S games to. tubu r * ret. «, Hoekey; Menworm. «; Brlsban*. tf. Sydney, * ; : vfelalde S Y D N F T, T llt S D A Y. A T. V S T. f " SCENCE & THE FARM» WANTED, A NEW POLCY. HOW W E LAG BEHND. PROF. W ATTS APPEAL. T h e S ce n ce C o o fc re n c e a t th e E d u ca to n D e p a vtn e u t, -whch c am e to an end la a t n g h t, d e a lt n th a t s ttn g w tb s ce n ce a s a p p le d tq a s r lc u lu r e. T h e c h e f s p e a k e r w a s P r o fe s s o r W a tt, o f th e C h a r o f.\grlcuu u r a t th U n v e r s ty, l e slow ed n d e t a l h ow f a r Ans tr a la g b eh n d o tb e r c o u n tre s n th s m a tte r, an d m ade a ver.v b tro tg a p p e a l fo r r-e O g -»-.u u b y th e p u b lc and tlu G o v e rn m e n t o f th e u rg en t ueod to c a tc h up. H e m o v e d ; T h a t hf tm e s o p p o rtu n e fo r a b o ld a n d c om p re h e n s v e p o lc y o f a g rc u ltu ra l e d u ca to n an d rese a rch, an d tb a t a c o n fe r e n c e shou ld b e c on v en e d o f r e p r c e e n t a tlv r s c..th e A g r c u ltu r a l and EJducaton D e p a rtm e n ts, th e P u b lc S e r v c e B o a rd, an d th s U u lv e rfllty, t o fra m e euch a p o lc y, w h c h shou ld nclndctr B t t e r fa tlltle s fo r th e t c - h -? vf a g r c u ltu re n h v p rm u r y : l -rc o n d a r y s c h o o ls n c o u n try d s t r c t s ; Tho r a s n g o f th s ta n d a rd o f te a c h n g n e x s tn g n s ttu to n s b y n c r e a d n g tte tr eq u p m e n t aud s ta ff; G r e a te r en cou ra gcoa en t f o r a g r c u ltu r a l te a c h e rs an d re se a rch w o rk e rs b y th e p a y - l e n t o f a a la re s m o re a k e e p n g w t h th e Y m p o rta n c e o f h e lr w o rk to tb e S ta te ; and A t t r a c t n g n o th e r w a y s th e b es t y o u n g b ra n s o f th e c o u n try to th e stu d y o f a g r h cu ltu re a n d c o g n a te p ro b lem s. Poston o f tle W heat-grow er. P r o fe s s o r W a t t spok e o f th e sero u s s tu a to n o f th e w h e jt-g r o w ln g n d u s try. F o r th e la a t fe w y e a rs o u r fa rm e ro had b een p ro d u cn g w h e a t w t h o u t a n y p ro ft a t a ll. M a n y o f th m bad g o n e o u t o f hn!?, and th a t v a s a s e ro u s m a tte r f o r ns. T h e redu ced c o s t o f freght aud the wor l-wld demand for foods tu ffs w o u ld, h e boped, g v e tho w h c a t-g ro w e ra th o lr nr. >rl«c a g a n. B u t w s e an d s ym p a - t h f t l r le g s la to n n th e n te re s t o f h * fa rm e ra w a s n eed ed, a n d a ls o th e h elp n g h an d o f scen ce. t w a s tru o t h a l a g r lr u ltn r e wa< m o re a b u st- = n ess th a n a scen ce, aud th a t som e o f Ua a s -, p e e ls c ou ld o n ly bo le a rn e d on th e fa rm. B u t n th e la s t s e v e n ty y e a rs, d u rn g w h c h th e a d o f s ce n ce had been n vo k ed, a g rc u ltu re h ad m a d e m o r o p ro g re s s th a n n a ll th e p r e r - o u s c e n tu re s. T h e fa rm e r w h o h ad n o t le a m e r w b a t s c e n c e h ad to teach h m ab o u t fa r m n g w a a b a d ly h u n d lca fp erf. A g a n, fh c o u n tre s n -fthleh a g rc u ltu re h ad m a d e h g r e a t e s t atrtd ek o f n tr y e a r? s e r e th o s e w b ch h s d a p p le d s ce n ce to t th e m ost. H e sp o k e o f th e ach te ve m e a c a o f scen ce n G e rm an y. D e tm a rk, an d A m e rc a. T h e p eo p lo o f th e U n ted S ta te s r e a ls e d th a t m o n ey ap ent on a g rlcu U u rn l e d u - j e a tlo n w a s a w s e n v e s tm e n t. D d w o? fn p ro p o rto n to tb e p o p u la to n, N e w S o u th W a le s shon ld h a v e 315 U n v e r s t y S tu d en ts o f s g r c u U u r e d o n g th e f u ll eou rse, w h e re a * w e a c tu a lly h ad 29. W e hould h a v e 50 atu d en ts g ra d u a tn g y e a r ly, lo s te a d o f fou r, a n d w shou ld h a v e a g rc u ltu re ta u g h t a t SO h g h s ch o o ls n s te a d o f three- Mo"-Dv«-.r, o u ly o p er c en t, o f th e s e A m e rc a n.t a d u a ea fe.lled to fe t r r n to a g rc n ltu rp - S3 p e r c en t, o f th em b e- <;3Jno fa rm e rs, and th e r e s t b ec a m e a g rc u ltu ra l te a c h e r s and re s e a r c h w o rk e r*. B rta n a c e m ed to b e m a k n g a g r e a t e ffo r t n tb d r e c to n o f a g r c u ltu r a l edu caton. C anada w a s a h e a d o f us. an d h e h ad h e ro to ld, o n go o d a u th o rty, th a t o w n g t o h e r s ystem o f a g rc n U u ra l te u h - n g n th e ach o ols tb e b o y s cou ld n ot n o w b e d ra g g e d a w a y fro m th e farm ; T h e A u stralan A grcu ltu rst. N o t, sad P rrfp fsor W a lt, th at our a g rcu l tu r e o r ta te a c h n g o r p ra c tc e shou ld b» beltt le d. T h e p rm a r y p ro d u c e rs o f A u s t r a la w et aa e ffc e n t as a n y s m la r body n th e Wrtrtc c o n s d e rn g th e h s t o r y o f th e r ndust r y and t h e r o p p o rtu n te s. N o r w e re th e y so a lo w n ta k n g up n ew th n gs, o n ly th e y had to b e sh o w n th a t tb e n e w th n g s rrou l p ay. B u t th e fa rm e rs o f.\ u s tra lfa m a st n o t ho a l lo w e d to fg h t th e r b a tt le s w th o u t th e a d o f sce n cc. T h n k w h at t had don n th e w o o l n d u stry, fn d a ry n g, n w h e a t-g ro w n g - M r. F a r r e r. h o d c ra rc d, a s n g le s ce n tlu c tnvmst- g a to r. h ad added 1100,000 a y e a r to «h t e lu e o f a j r p ro d u cton, an d ou r A g r c u ltu r a l D o - p n rtm e n t h ad d on e good w o rk. B u t h o w m u ch rv m a n c d to ho d o n e! O ne w ou ld th n k, s e e n g h o w m u ch w o rth w h le Jt o b v o u s ly w a a. th a t G o vc rn m rn ta w o u jd v e -wth on e a n o th e r n m a k lg a g rcu ltu ra l gra n ta, and th a t tb e pu b llo w ou ld n s st uport (h em. B u t th e y d d n o t. T h o m o to n w a s c a rre d unanm ou aly. SCENCE PUBLCTY. C.OPAGN AMONG BUSNESS MEN. TRBUTE TO TECHNCA. COLLEGE. " \ p u b lc ly ca m p a gn n th e n te re s ts o f S ce n ce. a s th e D r e c t o r o f E d u ca to n h a p p ly ra llp d t, e l o s p rn g o n t o f th e S ce n ce C o n - g rc k s a t t e E d u ca to n D e p a rtm e n t w h c h caxnft to a n end la s t n gh t. T h e s u g g e s to n upon w h c h th e c a m p a g n 1«Lo be fou n ded oam e fro m D r. G. E llo t t..spesjr n g, n o t o s a s ce n tfc c h e m s t, h e s ad, b n t afl a le p r e a e n A t v e o f th e c u m m e rc k c o m m u n ty. r.d on.* or th e la r g e a t e m p lo y e rs o f la b o r n c h e m c a l an d p h a rm a ce u tca l w o rk s n tb e? ta te. he w s h ed to th a n k th e T e c h n c a l C o n ejse an d th e U n v e r s t y, b u t e s p e c a lly th e T e c h n c a l C o lle g e, f o r h e lr n a gm fc en t w o rk. B u t t o u gh t to g o fu rther. H e proposed the fo r m a to n o f an e x e c u tv e c o m m tte e to p rotch th e g o s p e l o f te c h n c a l e d u ca to n to sucb n s t ltu - tlo n a as th e C h am bers o f Com m orc and M an u - fat.tu rea. th e F a rm e rs a o d S e t tle r s A a a o c a tlo n and S0 on. w th th e o b je c t o f g e tt n g th e w h o le c o m m u n ty n s y m p a th y w th tb e m o v m n fta t T b e m e m b ers o f th ese b o d e s. s a d h o, a r e m o s t d e p lo ra b ly g n o ra n t as to th e td v a n ta g e s, o f s ce n ce n c on n eotlo n w t h n d n s lr l" ; T M a t w e m u st do s to te a h th em, an d g e t th e r v o t e s beh n d us, D r. E l l l o l f * m o to n w a s.tftcondcd b y V r. s - fre d S te p h e n, w h o m ade a p o n t o f th e v a n o f an appe-1 to t " - Y* Mdren. and earrlr-d. aw ths. c o o m.tc s s to b e e le c te d n e x t U on d ay-

30 NATONAL RESEARCH COUNCH A t th e n v u t lo h o f th e R o y a l S o c e ty o t L o n d o n th e R o y a l S o c e ty o f N e w S ou th W a le e s n ta tn g th e fo r m a to n o f a N a to n a l R e- s e a rc h C o u n c l lo r th e p ro m o to n o acentttc nnd n d u s tra l re s e a r c h n A u a tra lla, w h c h w o u ld le n d s u p p o rt to an n te r n a to n a l R es e s rc h C o u n c l, a lr e a d y fo r m e d n G r e a t B r t a n and E u ro p e. T o th s end a c on fe ren c e r l l be h e ld o n T h u rs d a y a t th e R o y a l S o c e ty s H ou se to fo r m u la te a w o r k n g sch em e. A U tb e K o y a l S o c e te s o f A u s tr a la s a, th e U n n e a n S o c e ty o f N e w S o u th W a le s, tb e A u s tr a la s a n A s s o c a t o n f o r th e A d v a n c o m e n t o t S ce n ce, an d th o C o m m o n w e a lth n s ttu te o t S ce n ce and n d u s try h a v e been n v t e d to aend rc p r e a e n ta tv e s. NTER-UNVERSTY SPORT. T E N N S M ATC H E S. Dndw th Buxplcet of the nter-unlvenlty rnfons, the tennu flxtuwe were rasuned yesterday at the Sydney Unverdy Ovth the eompetlnjf yla yeq be- bta from the Sydney and Brsbane UnlTerdtle*. The wnners, at the conclndcn of the 21 rubbenu w ll p l* r the wnners of tbe AdelaldMrbcnrne m a t at Melbourne n Ort (ther. The scores w frct Snslea "VVatt f-ydney) b «t Davdson fbrshane), : Qunn fsydnnj) beat George CBrlahane), : Barber (Q.) beat retbenger (Sbdney). 8A *1. Forth fsydner) bert Gwhorn (Q.), 6-0: MDonaM fsvdney) beat Fraser (Q.), 6-3. M : ftark (Svdncy) heat BfllefQ.), 6-2, -1; W att (Sydney) beat -Yaaer (Q.). bothlm.-north and MlVmald (Sydney) beet.davdson and (Jeorge (Q.>. «.*. 7-5; Watt and Qnnn (Sydney) heat Bftrber and Graham (Q.) fl; CJeroenger and Stark (Sydney) beat Borbonr and Braham (Q.), l-t, 9-3; Stark and Clemenger (Sydney) beat Davdaon and George (Q.). fl-6. «-3. Women s Double*. Ml*»e» Mercer and Cfoner (Melbourne) beat Kssee Sama and Noeeworthv (Sydnev), 9-3, A 6 : Maaes Mercer snd Oromcr beat Mwes Rosa and Hardy (Sydney). 9-2, 9-5; MSraes Saltan and Bvles (Melbourne) beat Mlaset Sama and K onworthv (Sydney) S : Mraea Rom and Hardy (Sydney) beat Mlaeee Saltan and B y l«(helbnarnr), 6-5, 9-4. Che Jlptnrp JHonung fnah. rn U R S D A Y, A U G U S T 21, W 19. LAWH TETnS. ytf.r-untvbrstt COhTEffTS. W th tbe commenoement o f the match between Syd- nrv and Brabane fntverrtra y e r t y at the tn - verstv Oral, the annual competton for the NaH Cup waa rrauroed after a l*p*a o f over (m t year*. Great ohangw n the pcrsome) o f onreersty t «< have naturallv ohcurrt durng hree year*, eo that t waa not rorprang that all tbe home- playera were takng part n toe competton tor the flrrt tme, and, m were the Queenalandera, a* Brsbane Unversty had; not codpeed before.., Sydner Unlverety had an almort nnnterrupted aenw o f vctores ywterday, the aoutary sucee* of toe vrltor* beng ganed by Barbour n toe nnglea at toe expenm o f m e n g e r, who won the flrat aet hut djd ro t fnsh well. A p rt from th* rubber, B n e l e won only one other sel, n whch Barbour also had a harc. for t waa won wth Orahara from Cleoewer and Stark. n tha match Barbour appeared weary, and he a probably stale oa the rom lt of playng th ro D the nteralate match and ebamponsl lumenr ac Brtana lart week. H* partner, has a good Amercan eemce. a powerfully bult man, haa a good Amercan servce. 710 ) such power he ahould emoah well, but he ms- tmerl many yesterday. The effort o f the other Brrttane men hardly broogbt the reward they merted. For nstance, Davdson and George dd some very good work n l>oth tber mhbers of dooblea, but they juat faled U> aeeurr a set. Por the home team, Alan Watfc wnner of toe last sdoola champonshp of New South Wales, and Qunn, who haa represented. Qneensland aganct Mew South Wales, seored beavly, each wdnnmg tw o mhhers o f ongtea and. n partner Rhtn. one o( doubles, wthout losng a set. altugh opposed n doubles to the ctrdnrrst Brmbane par. By wnnng eleven rubhera yeaterday o f the twenty-! one. of whch tbe contcat eonafat*. Sydney Unversty! aotually won the match; bat the remanng tes w ll ; M! ulayed to-day. Goe o f Che most nterestog o f 1 theae w ll he between A. L. Morto and R. Barbmr. whch la to b «at SydncT Unversty team w ll go to Melbourne early n October to meet the wnaer of the match b etw en Melbourne and Adelade, whch w ll take place at as early data. n tbe oompertlon fo r women stodente, Melbourne UnverstT eaubllshed a lead of three rubber* to one n dooble* from f>dney yestsdav. Mmes Mercer and ; Ornmer wnnng both ther lubner*. Results: STDNEY UM lveeslty v BRSB.kNB UNVERSTY. Bnglea. A. W att Gdney) beat EMrdson rrrfsbane, 6-t, SA. R. n n yd oev ) beat George (Brsbane), 62, 6-S.. Clemesgcr (S dn ey) lots to Barbour (Brsbane), A- * North (Sydney) beat Graham (Brabane). 6-8, 6-0. W. MDonald (Sydaey) beat Fraaer (Brabane). 6-8, 6-1, A. W. B. Stark (Sydney) beat Dole (Brsbane), 6-2, 5- Ȧ. W att ( d n e y ) beat Fnaer (Brsbane), S. R. ({ n n (Sydney) bent Bale Brsbane), 6-0, 6-1, Double*. Olemenger-l»(ark (Sydney) beat Barboor-Graham (Brabane), 6-4, 4-9, 9-3. Watt-Qulnn (Sydney) beat Barbour-Graham (Brabane), 16-1, 6-9. Sorth-MDonald (Bydney) beat Davdaon-Georae (Bralane), 6-J, 7-o. Clencneer Stark (Sydaey) beat George-Dardaca (Bra- Kydney Vnveraty leads b v 11 robben 23 eels 163 games, to rubber 3 sets S g a m «. BTU4F.N-S MATCH. Melbourne Unversty v Sydney Unver«ty. Mmes Merrer-Crotner (M eb o w w ) beat Mlaera Moa-. \vrthy- rana (Sydney), 9-2, 6-4. Haaes Wrtcer-Cromer (Melbourne) beat Mbnea Ross- Banv (Sydney), 4-6, 02, 6-3. U MU.<«s LyleS alu u (Mefboume) lost ta Uwea Roaalrd v ( d n e y ), Maaea Lyle ta u (Melbourne) beat Uraee Nosworby* 1 Tuna (Sydne.v), 6-1, 4A, 6-?. MelbcmrQe Unversty leads b y t rubben 6 seta 51 games, to 1 rubber 4 aeu 38 gamea. SCENCE. y APPLED TO AGRCULTCRE. NEED FOR CLaSER TNTTY. T b e t h r d s e s s o n o f tb e c o n fo r e a c e c o o - v e n e d b y tb e M ld s te r f o r E d u c a to n t o c on * s d e r tb e Q u eston o t s tm u la to g tb e atu d y o t s c e n c e n t b s S la t e w a s tb e m o st l lu m n a tn g o f tb e tb r e e n t s tr e a tm e n t o f tb e q u e s to n, a n d p o s s b ly th e m o a t d e fn te n ts re s u lts. T b e r e la t o n o t s c e n c e t o a g r c u l tu r e w a s cj a m e d h y P r o fe s s o r W a l t, M.A,, B.Sc., to b e e v e n m o re m p o rta n t th a n th e r e la t o n o f s c e n c e to e t h e r e d u c a to n o r n d u s tr y. an d c e r t a n ly - tb e v a lu a b le c o n trb u to n s to t b e d ls c u s s o a m a d e b y str-ta le a d e r s o tb e r o w n sp h eres as P rn c p a l H. W. P o tts. P r o fe s s o r D a v d, P r o fe s s o r J. D o u g la s S t e w a r t and M r. J. H. M a d e n to m e n to n o n ly a fe w o f t h e s p e a k e r s g a v e c o lo u r t o th a t v e w. n n tr o d u c n g th e s u b je c t. P r o fe s s o r W a t t m a n ta n e d th a t, n o r d e r to s o lv e o n r fn a n ca l p ro b le m s, t o b r n g a b o u t eo lcle n t r e p a tr a to n, an d to m a n t a n th e p rea e n t s ta n d a rd o f lv n g, s g r lc n lt u r a l p ro d u c to n m u st b e asslsled n e v e r y p o s s b le d r e c to n. A n d o n e w a y o f d o n g th s w a s o s tr e tc h o u t t o th e fa r m e r th o h e lp n g h an d o f s c e n c e. A s n d c a t n g tb e, n e c e s s ty f o r th s a s s s ta n c e b e n stan cetl th e p r e s e n t c r t c a l c o n d to n o f th e w b e a t g r o w e r, w h o b a d o o t r e c e v e d a l v n g w a g e ; d u rn g t b e p a s t tw o o r th r e e y e a r s, an d as a r e s u lt 2000 fa r m e r s w e r e g o n g o u t o f w h e a t- g r o w n g. T h e r e m a r k a b le a d v a n c e a n a g r c u ltu r a l p r a c t c e w h c h h ad b e e n m a d e fo th e U n t e d S ta te s, G e rm a n y, D e n m a rk, and o th e r c o u n tre s, w e re t b e d e fn te re s u lts o f s y a t e m a tlc e d u c a to n, an d A u s t r a la m ust b e p r e p a r e d t o la u n ch o u t o o a b o ld sq d p r o g r e s s v e p o lc y, f she n te n d e d to r e ta n h e r p la c e. But th e r e w a s n ee d f o r a g r e a t e r r e c o g n to n o f tb e w o r k o f th e s c e n ts t b o th b y th e G o v e rn m e n t an d tb e p e o p le g e n e r a lly. F a r r e r s w o r k h ad, n fas o p n o n, n c r e a s e d tb e y e ld o f w h e a t b y. o n e b u s h e l p e r a c r e, an d bad ad d ed 00,000 a n n u a lly to th e p ro d u c to n o f th e S ta te s, an d y o t. n s p t e o f th s, n su fflc len t fn a n c a l s u p p o r t w a s g v e n to o th e r re se a rch w o r k w h c h m g h t b e o f m m e a s u r a b le v a lu e n p ro d u c to n. H e t h e r e fo r e p ro p o s e d, T h a t tb ts c o n fe r e n c e s s tr o n g ly o f o p n o n th a t th e p re s e n t s a m o s t o p p o rtu n e t m e f o r a b old an d c o m p re h e n s v e fo r w a r d p o lc y o f a g r l-! c u ltu r a l e d u ca to n an d re s e a r c h, an d u rges th a t a c o n fe r e n c e b e c on v e n e d o f r e p r e s e n t a t v e s o f th e A g r c u lt u r a l D e p a r tm e n t, th e E d u ca to n D e p a rtm e n t, th e P u b lc S e r v c e B o a rd, a n d th e U n v e r s t y o f S yd n e y, to fra m e su ch a p o lc y. T h s p o lc y s h o u ld n clu d e (a ) B e t t e r f a c lt e s f o r th e te a c h n g o f a g r c u l tu r e n th e p r m a r y an d s e c o n d a r y s ch o o ls n c o u n try d s t r c t s ; ( b ) th e r a s n g o f the s ta n d a rd o f to a c h n g - n e x s t n g n s ttu to n s b y n c r e a s n g th e e q u p m e n t an d th e s ta ff; ( c ) g r e a t e r e n c o u ra g e m e n t f o r a g r le u ltu r a l te a c h e r s an d re s e a r c h w o r k e r s b y th e p a ym e n t o f h g h e r s a la r e s m o re tn k e e p n g w th th e en o rm o u s m p o rta n c e o f t h e r w o r k to th e p r o s p e r ty o f th e S t a t e : (d ) a t t r a c t n g n l o t h e r w a y s th e b e s t y o u n g b ra n s o f th e coun-1 t r y to th e s tu d y o f a g r c u ltu r a l a n d c o g n a te ] s c e n tfc p ro b le m s. ; T h s w a s s ec o n d e d l y P r n c p a l P o tts, and h e a r t ly e n d o rs e d b y m a n y s p e a k e r s, a o d c a r r e d u n a n m o u sly. ] t w a s a ls o a g r e e d th a t th e frs t r a l o n an y fu n d s w h c h m g h t b e m a d e a v a la b le b y thp F e d e r a l o r S ta te G o v e rn rn e n t f o r th a pu rp ose o f re s e a r c h w o rk r.hould b e d e v o te d to th ose s u b je c ts w h c h h a v e a d r e c t h e a r n g o n the p rm a r y p ro d u cn g n d u stres. T h e c o n fe r e n c e d ec d e d to n t a t e a p u b l c t y c a m p a g n n th e n te r e s t s o f scen ce, aud th e c h a rm a n, M r. P e t e r B o a r d, M.A.. n ten d s to c a ll a su b spqaen t m e etn g to c o n s d e r th e p ers o n n e l o f tb e c o m m tte e to und e rta k e th a t w o rk, SCENCE RESE.ARCn. y NTERNATONAL COUNCL. A t th e n v t a t o n o t t h e R o y a l S o c e ty o f L o n d o n, th e R o y a l S o c e ty o f N e w S o u th W a le * s t a k n g s te p s t o fo r m a n a t o n a l re s e a r c h c o u n cl f o r tb e p ro m o to n o f s c e n tfc and n d u s tr a l r e s e a r c h n A u s t r a la. T h s c o u n cl w l l le n d s u p p o r t to a n n t e r n a t o n a l R e s e a rc a "C o u n cl a lr e a d y fa r m e d n G r e a t B r t a n an< E u ro p e, an d to th s end a c o n fe r e n c e w ll be h eld o n T h u r a y a t th e R o y a l S o c e ty s H o u s e to fo r m u la te a w o rk n g s ch em e. A l l th e R o y e l S o rj e tle s o f A u s t r a la s a, tb e ll ln n e a n S o c e t y o f N e W S o u th W a le a. th e A u s- tr a la a a a A s -v o c a to n f o r th e A d v a n c e m e n t o t S c e n c e, an d th e C o m m o n w e a lth n s t t u t e o f S c e n c e a n d n d u s tr y b a v e b e e n n v te d to send r e p r e s e n t a tv e s. T 3g3), FRDAY, AUGUST 22 THE c n e m a ; a n d THE CHLD. THE LURE OF THE MOVES. (F T R K T. A. ftvelj-known SOLCTOR S DEATH. ; M r. D o n n e lly F s h e r, a w e ll- k n o w n S y d n e y s o lc to r, d ed a t b s re sd e n c e, A rth u rs le g fa,; N o r t e S yd n ey, y e s te rd a y. H e w a s n b s 7hth, y «a r. an d had b ee n n f a lln g te e a ltfa f o r e o m e! lm e. M r. F s h e r w a s s e n lo f p a r tn e r n th e ] flr m o f F s h e r an d M acan sb, o f G e o r g e a n d K n g s tre e ts. H e w a s a g rs n d s o n o t W. C.! W e n tw o r th, b s fa th e r. H r. T. J. P ls h e r, a S ydn e y b a r r s te r, h a v n g m a r r e d T h o m a sln e W en tw o rth, d au g h ter o t th e fam ou s s ta te s m an. B o rn n e a r S yd n e y, tb e la t e M r. F s h e r re> o e lv e d p a rt o f h s e d u ca to n n E n g la n d, and ( c o m p le te d t a t S y d n e y U n v e r s t y, w h e r e h e g ra d u a te d M.A. H e w a s a d m tte d a s o le l-,t*>r lo an d bad s n c e p ra c ts e d c o n tln u - o u s ly n S yd n e y. H e w a s a p ro m n e n t F r e e - m a son, b en g a p a s t g ra n d m a s te r, an d scted ja s r e p r e e e n t a tlv e o f th e N e w Z e a la n d b od y h ere. M r. F s h e r w a s a w d o w e r, h s w t s h a v n g d ed som e y e a r s a g o. H e s s u rv v e d b y tw o son s an d one d a u g h ter M r. A r th u r,h lsh er. m e m b e r o f th e frm o f F s h e r and tm a c a n s h..mr. F s h e r, lc e n s e d s u rv e y o r, o f >S yd ney. and M rs. O. J. L v n g, o f M elb o u rn e. > T h e fu n era l w ll ta k e p la ce to -m o rr o w.. B.Jl. ). Tt s o o t s o m u ch t e e p d a n d ( h e rfn e m a th a t tr o n b le n a s th e c M e m a an d th e chld. N n e t y p e r c e n t, o f t h e c h ld re n n t e e e e - m e n ta r y s c h o o ls b e tw e e n t e e a g e o f 8 and U y e a r s a t te n d th e p c t u r e rh o w. T M s u tb e f a c t d ed u c ed fr o m t h e e z h x u a t v e e v ld e n d e e x a m n e d b y th e B r t s h T o m m asu n o n tb e C n e m a. A u s t r a la n c fa lld rn u r e n o t ra s ; k e e n o n th e m o v e s th a n th e B r t flo. l e t p o s s b le to g a u g e s o m e th n g o t t e nau- e o c e o l th e c n e m a u p on th e h e a r t an d m n d o f t h e c h ld? S o m o w e e k s a g o t b e p re s d e n t o f th e S u t e R e le f D e p a r tm e n t n N e w S outh W a le s g a v e b y n o m e a n s an s o la t e d t e s tl- n u n y. an d h s s ta t e m e n t s h o u ld p e ro e : to th e m a r r o w o f d e c e n t th n k n g m en aud w o m e n, e a p e c la lly w b e n p o n d e red fr o m th e p o n t o f v e w o f t e e t e r r t e e r e v e la t o n s r e c e n t ly m a d o b y d o c to rs, b o t e m e n a n d w om en, a n d s o c a l w o rk e rs. T h e s e n d c a te e v l s w h c h a r e la s t n g a n d p a n fu l, th e r e s u lt o f lo o se n es s a m o n g a num b e r o f c h ld r e n a n d y o u th s u n d e r 13 and B y e a r s o t a g e. t s r e a lly m - posable to speak planly. W e d o not presu m e to s a y th a t lu e n U u en ce o f t h e p ctu ra p a la c e s w h o lly r e a p o n a b l* f o r th e s e e r l a T h e n d ffe r e n c e an d c r a s s g n o r a n c e o f m any p a re n ts a r e m a tte r f o r n c r e a s n g a m a e m e n t an d c o n c e r n. T h s w a s m a d e a b u n d a n tly m a n fe s t a t a c o n fe r e n c e th a t m e t a n d stu d ed th e «e q u e s to n s s o m e y e a r s a g o a t S y d n e y U n l- v r r a lt y. w h e r e e v e r y s e c to n o f th e b o d y p o ltc a o d s o c a l n te r e s t e d to o k p r a c t c a l p a r th ro u g h t s re p r e s e n t a tv e s. T T o le e s o r D a k u. D.Sc., a n d D r. E v e r t t A tk n s o n, C o m m s s o n e r o f P u b lc H e a lth ot W e s te rn Au s tr a la, c o n jo n t ly n a b o o k p u b ls h e d n 1918, la n e u t th e ta c t th a t "y o u o K g r l fla p p e r s o f S to 14 s o d u p a u r d s w e r e a llo w e d t o g o o u t a lo n e to s p e n d tn e e v e n n g a s th e y lk e d. - W h a t s h o u t t h e r p a re n ts? a s k th e W..A. e x p e rts. D o th e y b o th e v? Bom e e v d e n t ly d o n o t. T h e y th e n w a rn e d t e e A u s t n lta n e o m -.m u n ty a g a n s t t e e d a n g e rs o f th e p c tu re su w. T b e y c e r t a n ly had g o o d re a s o n to do eo. S n ce te e n, p e rh a p s, c e r t a n p e rs o n a l c le - m en ta h a v n g b een g o t rd o f. th e p c tu re Qlms a r e a lt U e m o re d ec en t, b u t a d v e r t s e m e n ts a n d c r c u la r s an d w r tte n s u g g e s to n s * -57*. r e s p e c ts. T h e s e c e r t a n ly b e le s o m e p la tu re s. T h e y a r e m e a n t to d r e c t ly a p p e a l to th e s a la c o u s m n d ed T h e B rts h C o m m s s o n o f e x p e r ts w a s u n anm ou s n s u m m n g up th e e v d e n c e p re- s eo te d, th a t a c e r t a n c la s s o f p c tu re o ro - c om m o n e om -p la ln t an d a d o tt o d ly vll te n d e n c y w a s t h e su g- g e s U re n e s s o f th e s e x flm. T h e r e s J o m a n n e r o f d o u b t th a t t s lo w e r n g th e s ta n - d a rd o f.r e v e r e n c e f o r w o m e n an d m o th e rs! r O uw be o l M n r e d. 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The w h ole range o f sc. w as c o v e re d b y e e le c t ln g vsro u s s p e c a to lo o k a f t e r th e n te r e s ts o f e a c h b r a n c T h u s th o se a p p o n te d a r e a - t e m p o r a r y b and w ll ta k a c h a rg e o f m a tte r s u n tl m e e tn g o t th e A u s tra la n A s s o c a t o n f o r j < A d v a n ce m e n t o f S ce n ce, j he h e ld n H o t te January, The p o ltlo n w ll th e m o re fu lly d e a lt w th. A B R L L A M S C H O L A R Teachers Fne Record M r. A. H. M a rtn. M.A.. f r s t a s a s ta a t B la c k fr a r s P r a c tc e S c h o o l, w a s c e n tly a w a rd e d by th e U n v e r s t y S en a tx th e J a m es K n g o f r r a w a n g t r a v e l l l n f s v h o la rs h p, to e n a b le h m t o p ro e c c u P h s fu r t h e r s tu d e s uoroaxl. H e le a v e s f o r A m e rc a b y th e N a g a r a, an d p ro p o s e s to e n t e r th e X n lv e r a t y o f C o lu m b a. 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G ro o m, raaln s ta t e m e n t o f w h a l haa b ee n a c c o m p lls h e a b y th e D r e c t o r o f th e n s ttu te, D r, G el- tn tly, s n c e h U a p p o n tm e n t l o J u n o, T h e d r e c to r h ad v s t e d e a c h o f th e S ta le fl w t b a v e w to s e c u rn g t b e r c o -o p e r a to n. a n d t e e fo llo w n g had been a c c o m p U sh e d, o r w s n ow g o n g o n ; Q u een slan d. T h e G o ve rn m e n t a g r e e d to o - o p c r a te w th th e a d v s o r y c o u n c l lo a sche.r f o r th e e r a d c a to n o f p r c k ly p e a r. T * r e p r e s e n ts an an n n al e x p e n d tu re o r 8D0>H 4000 b y th s C o m m o n w e a lth an d 2000 vaoh b y Queensland and N e w South W a le s. N e w S ou tb W a le s. T h e G o v e r n m e n t a g r«-4 to Jon n tb e sch em a a g a n s t p r c k ly t a g re e d to fnd 1000 p e r an n u m f o r ffof y e a r s t o c o -o p e r a te w t h th e n s t t u t e n )n - v e s U g s tn g th e w h t e a n t. b lo w fly, a n d o th e r.p e s t s. C o -o p e r a to n w a s p ro m s e d b y th e N.S.W. F o r e s t r y C o m m s s o n e rs n r e s e a r c h w o rk c o n c e rn n g fo r e s t p ro d u c ts ; b y t b e j d u - r a to n D e p a rtm e o t. o n v e s tg a to n s n to ta n - <n ln g, y e a s ts, an d b re a d m s k n g ; b y tb B s rd o t H e s U h and S y d n e y t e lv e r s t y, n n q u r e a l ro n ee rn ld g w o rm n o d u les n b e e f; b y th e A u s tr a la n M nseum n S yd n ey, te n v e s t g a t l n s l m a r n e b o lo g c a l p ro b le m s ; a n d b y t h e t r a m -,1 w a y s w o rk s h o p s, n re g a r d t o t h e e l e c t r e a lll s te rls a to n o f m lk and cream. V c to r a. T h e h ea d s o f th e D e p a r tm e n t o A g r c u ltu r e a r e c o -o p e r a tn g w t h th e n s tt, tu te. m o re p a r t c u la r ly n r t l e u l u r a l r c s ea rch e s a t M ld u ra, n th e g r o w n g o f c a s to n ee d a n d te t h e m p ro v e m e n t o f s e e d g e n e r a lly S ou th A u s tr a la. T h e D r e c t o r o f A g r lc u l-!t u r e an d th e D r e c t o r o f th e C h e m tc a t D e p a r t- m e n t a r e c o - o p e r a tn g w t b tb e n s t t u t e t a n v e s tg a to n s a t tb U n v e r s t y la b o r a t o r e s. W e s te rn A u s tra la. A la r g e a m o u n t o f n v e s t g a t o n a l w o rk b e n g c a r r e d o u t [ j o n t l y b y th e G o v e rn m e n t a n d t e e n s t llu t o. T h e G o ve rn n ed t h as o ffe red 6000 a n d 85 a c r e s o f s n d to w a rd s a fo r e s t p r o d u c t s l a b o r a to r y. Th n v e s tg a to n s p r o c e e d n g a f f e c t c s y s, w h e a t, a n d.th e p ro d u cts o f v a r o u s n - dustrjes. T a s m a n a. lo v e s tlg n tt o n s a r e p r o e e e d ln g t e0 - o p a r «tlo n w t h O eve rn m e n t o f B c l l k

31 SECONDAKy SCHOOL TEACHEES. V J T b e frs t cen fer«b o e 6 f tb e S econ darr Scbool T ea ch e rs Aseosatteu o f N e w South W a le s was open ed lu th e b oa rd ro o m a t V lc k o ry s- cham bers la e t n lft. T h e preaden t o f th e j a a s o la to o, M r. R. P. H ard y, waa ta the cba r. M r. H ardy, n the cou rse o f h s preslden- ta! address, sad tb a t a lth ou gh the agenda paper dd uot c on tan a a n gle m oton con-1 cernng oalartes. tbe present remuueratlou Was n et a t a ll com m ensurate w th tbe g re a t! outlay o f tm e, mbney, and e n e rg y necessary fo r th e qualfleatlod o f a H g h sch ool teacher. T h e M n s te r f o r E du ca ton (M r. Jam es) sad h e alw ays regarded second ary educaton ms qu te as m p o rta n t n th e syetcd asj p rm ary educatkm. t w aa th e lnk b etw e en! the p rm ary scb ools and th e professon s. An yth n g w hch h elped to push a lo n g th e H g h sch ool system and he r e r d e d th e con feren ce o f secon d ary teach ers a s o se should be encouraged. T b e con feren ce w ll resum e ts s ttn g to m o rro w m orn n g a t th e F o rt-s tre e t G rls U g h School. v t)t S fa lh. MONDAY, AUGUST 2S, SECOXDAEY TEACHEES EXAMNATON SYSTEM DS CUSSED. sr DOU5 1.. M» -» * A *, U V h nl unon d n n e r 0 h e m em b era o t hs w o rk e rs p resent n S ydney m e t ProfcBSor on th c r.-sults o f eap od tlon Javl.l w a s n th e Dr. H unter, porson n el Hanuam. and Lascro n ; M essrs. C lose, H o rle y. Hannam. A r o f «- w h llo thc w o r t e r s nc TlU yaro,, o r» H u.w e ll and «c M. nnd htossrs. H ed ley. HU. Choel. An neresung and the as to future \rtnrctc? t-atobs n the vslu e o f ocean ograph o n V es u g a u «. Sohbern t">cead. T h s annual con feren ce o f School T ea ch ers * - 1 S e W alea w as contnu ed on 8rfw rd a>, a t tn ( N " r l f l A «7 ) PrfcMded. 1?. " o m S f n a. Bupervslng com m ttees S. f»nct o f tho n term ed ate and toa vln g c e rlln Jtcs e*am ln atlon a should re c e re rem unera- lo n fo r th e r servcea. T O a t up to und u clu d lo g»uc<m d -yc»r. 30 Chr spnntp ;ornm5 fetafo. WE1DNBSDA.Y, A U G U S T 27. low e c t t o e s. l( "T h a t UP to and n clu d n g secon d -year,, ~ popllu.o u ld He tu o.m a u lu u m f o y p s O T c m v k e s t y n r r c a o b o a r d m lted to en y one Claes... O...re J S..rytruREB e. gyda-b TlRf lt r & E S. 5? DNVEBSTY ETTBSSOjr BOARD. A ConK of THRlE LEOTTrEES on ROMAN PUVATE LFS wn be gven by A.SSSTANT PROFKS.SO]l?. A. TODD UbTOS HALL at the Unversty, TUESDAYS. SEPT. 2., and S, AT 8 P.M. The Taetnres wn be COPOUSLY LANTERN SLTDKS. MODELS, and MENS FROM THE NCHOSON MUSEUM. Leoturea, 1. FBJCDH- Jk. TODD, SecRday. LOUSA MACDONALD -7 MEMORfAL. T he com m ttee o f the Lousa M aodooaw Com m em oraton Tum has b o m n form ed th at th e sum o f has been g v e by th " W a lte r «.T»d E lza H a ll T ru s t tow ards m e etn g the c o s t o f b uldng a n ew w n g to th e W o m en s C o lle ge. : llte d to an y one casa. " T h a t th e M ln a te r be ucffld. to a p p o n t a yom m ttee to c on s d e r th o re c e n t EngW eh r e p ort on tb e uolftcaton aad s lm pllea U o n ot feraram atlcal te rm n o lo gy, w th a v e w to t s k eoeptan ee n th e sch ools o t th s S ta te. A le n gth y d scusson lo o k p lace o v e r th e f o l- : lo w n g m oton, w b ch w ag d efea ted by 48: Vlvoes to 30; " T h a th e n te rm e d a te c c rtlfl- ( h at* e x a m la a to s s sbou ld b e abou ahed." Mr. M urphy sad th a t draatlo re fo rm was (needed n th e system o f edu ca toa. W b a t 68 needed w * a the develp p m an t o f tb e aulnd and soul o f the old, am unless te a c h ers dd th a t th ey w ere go n g to becom e m aro cog s n the axautlnatlod machne. Mr. S co tt aad b e d d n o t tb n k exa m n a to n s w ere n co m p atb le w th good teach n g. T h e re whs n o harm n te s tn g p u p ls to fnd out w h eth er wuat h r y k n ew waa good. t w as one th n g to h avo an d ea l and an oth er th n g to c a r r y t out. T h e re w o re m any avenues o f em ploym en t fo r whch th e c erth - c a ts w as demanded. Mr. C s u tellu sad t w a s a tra v a s ty to say th a t a te a c h er who w e n t throu gh a tra n n g eollflge le s t a ll hts d ea ls. t w a s a ll v ery w e ll to k nock a th n g aw ay, but w h a t had th ay g e t 10 p u l Ja ts place? T h e fo llo w n g offce-b ea rers to r th e ensun g year were elected: Presdent. M r, -W W llam s (N o rth S yd n ey); vc-j-p m edou ta, M ss Cohen (F o r t-s tr e e t, M r, R. F. H a r v e y (N o rth S yd n ey); secretary, M r. A. H. F ra s e r (P o r t - stru-et); aud trea su rer. M r. W. M K la a o n ( F o r t -aupet A Oonwe of THREE LECTURfS m * ROMAN PKVATK LFE AS5BTAR TpB nw s Q R F? A TOOO. tlnor HALL et tb* Unlvrttf. PESDAYSSEFT B. nd S S 3 f V KraoSo" > u S a m,.. SODD, SeezetBTT. " U N l V E B S n V o Y " T fd N E T, *Thc 1MU»W 1 Lectorc to ABCHrrECn r e. P r o f«# «.J}lT<5r>AY. BebtWBbe,0 U rte t. el Resfetrar. - E V D B -C! XnOUO Bell." AU Tvtod T t N r r a a a r r S T s r r a Cbt #BXnn? JRonntg cralh. m la slon ary w ork. _ o r the FEQFESSOR OE weefa* Frofrssor LKSLB WLKSSON. rjt.r.b.0, WB be rfren on THUEaDAY. fafav eu..t.wfay. TO..., rw a on tuksday o the UNOW h x t j, a t Y E T Y. H e Chancellor wfll presde Al nterefted n tbe lobjeet are nred to bo w o Ucketa of odmjbdon beng teontoy. H. B. BARFTF. Warden a-wt Btrhtor, T C U SD A.Y, A U G U S T 2f, THE PROPER M E TH O D u : )t D.onmg jtrnrj. F R D. V Y, A U G U S T tjjh v e r s t y s e h a t e. Sena : Pt the methods of repatraton whch are adopted hy the Uuver- s l t» o f Australa agaldst the cumbrous crcumlocutons of the Department whch s charged wth that natonal duty. n favour of the solders Sydney ffweepa away the Regulaton requrng matcnlatlon. t abohshes lees for parts of the courses, and only charges half-fees for other parts. Where t la requred t caps thla wth a lump sum annually, whch s ether treated as a loan, free o f nterest and securty, or where the crcumstances warrant t as 9 gft. Melbourne gves reduced fees, end a consoldaton of eubjeets, whch s an enormous help to those men whose degree depends on ther own unaded efforts. Brsbane by far the poorest o f all has cut down ts already.ow fees to vanshng pont. Provded w at canddates can show that they are up j to matrculaton Ptandnrds. they are exempt fforu the usual entrance examnaton. These measures are tbe fruts of two great polces. The frst s the.lust and generous-one of makng good to the defenders of the country the years they have lost. The second la the tvlsp one of takng steps to secure for wsterty that Australa s best brans shall be gven the best poselblc chance. Even from tbe most sordd pont o f vew these polces wll repay th ) Commonwealth a thousandfold, and they are beng put nto effect wthout htch, wthout red-tape, wthout delays, aud wth a complete absence of those rrtants whch, are nseparable jl from the methods of the Department- alsts. b o w n g. rster-unlvkasttȳ Y R.4CK. V CRRWS KOR SU-H D -tt T b, M.b.T O,. m v - y jo S ";.?!,!, A t. : Y - t S C U f J- :? s svfassnsv n c o m t a x. VfrfbS SS-Ss* S fk - O u f.. b K ;. t o h.» n.! ; u v s a M " U : r " r " r d t o B s Fltthun;. S S f l,,,, < K J - C E N T E - E T H Q U X r a j, T O T H S e M t OU o e. 7 th e tcom e N e w South m p ose th e su p ertm p,.,. su p ertax o f f a b o u t 2d n th e n other words.t begns Ooverameut, and emhs t r th e -w a r. th ou gh t -hch has upou ts purac, M a o r E. A. Southee.of O x fo rd U n \ vera ty. and a R h o d es s ch o lar fro m S y d n ey U n v ersty. w,a am on gst thoec n th e laat B rth d a y h o n o rs lst a w ard ed th e O.B.S.. an d he w m en ton ed n d espatches (t a ly ). M a jo r Southce, B.S c., B.S c. a.g. (S y d n e y ) has also had M.A. c on ferred upon hm by O x fo r d U n v ersty. H e s w e ll k n rw n n our w o rld o f ath letcs, p a rtcu la r!} ss a R u gb y p layer, jum per, ro d cprr.tcr. and hae alao represented O x fo rd agan st C am brdge. T O T H E E D T O R O P T H E H E R.A LD.!..Sr. n v e w o f th e fa e t th a t th e rece n t e arthqu ake h ag a coa sd e ra h e accntfe a - tercb t m gh t 1 h «a llo w ed to trespa ss a ltt le on yo u r Bpaoc w th a re q u ea l ad d ressed to th e p u b lc n gen era l and to toa ch ore n p ar- 1 tc u la r. n o rd e r to n veb tgate th c cha ra c te r 1 and aouree o f * n e a rtb q u s k e n fo rm a to n Js ; d esred on th e fo U o w ln g p o n ts-*- (1) W a s th e earthqu ake g e o e r a lly f e lt hy e ve ryon e n th e d s trc t? (21 W aa t f e lt by p eop le m o v n g ab ou t out o f d oors? 13) W a s t f e l t o u ly by p e o p le a t r e s t n -, d oors? (4) W a s t p oa slh U to eatm a te th e d lre e tlo u j n whch th e eh a k a g took p la c e? S) W as th e earthqu ake accom paned b y any sound? (6 ) W «s th e sound heard b e fo re o r a ft e r thc shook waa te lt? 17) W aa th e re an y dbtrhance o f m ovab lo ob jects, such as, doors, w n d o w s, c ra e k lo g of c eln gs? j (8) W as th e re an y d fstu rh an ce o f fu rn tu re, beds, tables, e tc? " W as th e re an y m o vem en t o f suspended. auch Of c b a n d elfere? W a s th e re s n y s to p p ag e o f c lo c k s by dem ands fro m or emal, a supertax o ludcrous j fgures r e fe r p7drs Act m ako com p A raon ; k em enhoded >... m o v e th a t th e auper- m lg h t b e hold S n e to r d or on e-, (ta x. t t "na t a T and that tho latter j fou rth o f nclude m o re p eo p le wu h- M T n - S r u n r S a e h o th fa s te r and h gh er H. S. C A R S L A W. T h e TTnlverBlty. A St h e a v TJR o f TO T H B E D T O R O P T H B H E R A L D. e r.~ M r. John B. Naah Btuea n yo u r ssue o f lo -d a y th.t the B rts h s o v e r d.h-ee years ago was at a derount (>f 12 c«ntjl 317 T l E C l. N K M. X A N D T H E C a o. n ; y beds, tables, \ 191 W as t A h je u ts. Bucl (101 W ss tw e RhOfk? 1111 W as t TO T H B E D PTO R O F T lfe H ek a LD.!S c, n cr4u cem o t m y a rtc le under th e above h ea aq ; much la Bau <4 w n at U. n o t n t; aud th c a r lt * should he read n con ju ncon w th ou* DrevoQ sly apuearnr n tu-se colum ns, n w h ch the m erltf ut th cnuum w v c en,jha, aaed. M r. Lota B ro w n challcugeb m «to m p o rt an y Hm n to Au atrallu o ( a sord d su tu re wheu Bueb a rg d ceusorahlp as a t p rosen t exsts. d ecln e. T h s c h a le o g * la «Quo trbu te to my reuu s aud 13 th e Cotom on- w e a lth C en sor Boahd ae t a t p resent xss. P e rs o n a lly one has been so ard en tly busy e n d ea vo u rn g to k eep th e "h o t a tu fl" o f " a sordd n a tu re " out. th a t one m uat refu se tu undo W ork b y now ry n p to g e l t a. la to-d uya laauo waa am azed to had a c h a llen ge trq m the s e c rc w ry uf th Com m on- w"alth Crsbr Board, w llclrn shed n to p rn t d rec tly h e a r tc le h a j (tome under hla n>- toe.. H a d ho c a re fu lly conaldered an d un- deratoud tb e atatem en t. a p art o f w hch h «quotes, ho w ou!( h ave thanked p e pateal uf w a rn n g to s h oot me. N o one know s b ett r tb an M r. Tow n sen d th a t photographs o f an u- descrlba blo n ature have been taken n tn s S ta te w th the n te n to n o f h avn g them n flm s e xh b te d, on th e screen. Thanks to the (toosora, as the a r tc le p o n ts out, roq(;t?ra "a r o n o t a llo w e d to h a v e e.xlbftcd d ("? fp u h U c gaze a ll th c fru ts o f th e r d o, ; S But M r. Tow n sen d know s that "t h e l.-t cen aor w h o docs h s d u ty e Bouutcces r r-.cum vented, nasm uch as som e o f theee arcd* p ctu res have appeared and been ad\- r- tscd n.certan p ero d t la. n re c e p t c t sumeroub com plalu ta wo havo gon e to th.t C h ef n sp ecto r o f PoHbe und to the C U f S ec re ta ry o f th e S ta te, w ho rep resen t th e J"? on thaa* m a tte rs, aud We are to M h a t n eth er th e pulce, tb e cen sor, n o r th e la w o f th e lad h as an y p ow er w h a te ve r to deal \th thf3 abuse. H e n c e the atatem en t th at "to -d a y vc fnd even th e hbn eat c en sor elrcum vontnd. n Eome g la rn g, d sgracefu l w ays the p eop le o l th l* S ta le h ave no p ro tecton e th e r throu gh th e p olce, tho cen sor, o r tho law, fo r app.-r- eatly they have not the Requste power. W e th e re fo re ask ed to r new leglb lao n, ar (sonsequcntly a b ll w a s d rafted w th th e stuaton. M y cou ocu has a lrea d y a ked the? C h e f S ec re ta ry to re ce v e a d en ota ton t -J ts e lf and kndrpd bod es who w ll urae T-> Bpeefly en a ctn g o f a la w to ena ble tle tensor, p olce, and the C h e f S ec re ta ry to protetto h tf chld rey and a ll lo ve rs o f decen cy fro m th S evlj, f o r a t p res e n t, "a p p g re u lly th e y have n o f th e re q u s te p ow er. M r. Tow nsend w ll s e # th a t no reflecto n w h a te ve r w a m ade c» or meant for Tls partcular work. The ohjeet of C rt M - n T w a s th e re an y o ve rth row o f m n vah le ob- j>rta. such as a (a ll o f p la s te r, rn g n g o f W as th e re an y fa ll o f chm neys o r crack-. tn V o f w a lls o f b u ld n gs? The w r te r w ou ld be g ra te fu l to re c e v e re -, n le s to such qu estoofl n re g a rd to th la o r, Ln V o th e r earthqu ake w h ch m ay su b aequ m tly, o c u r and fo r an y o th er n fo rm a to n b ea rn g, nn th s BuhJePt. T ea ch e r*. bocbu«e o f h e tr V r a n ln g and sppchl fa c lu tle s fo r o b ta n n g such n fo rm ato n, would be a b le to ren d er p a r- O c u la rly v a lu a b le asalstance. 3 R R o a T V== m. etc., LE O. A. C O TTO N, D epa rtm en t o t G eolo gy. U o T c r e lty o l Sydney. a n d th a rd u rto g S rt h o m a a H ughes s. 7 s, r e u r : x?» r o n «f S S e 4 " n. " r S ; e c n f ; t c r e U c a. tbrougl. t e p ro p er c p.e l lh e " " " T b, re ce v ed, l o» c t o.l 1 nm. etc. 0. H L L a O N. [T h e re t. no d m M t b. t M r. N a.h T b o m a, H ughee, vrhom h e quoted, m eln lorm od. A B r m.h e o v r T «l!». " f " tbo counter o t k N ew V ort eetebllehm ent l o de, w ll b a v e Juet aa r *. 9, ",? p ow er ae < d o lla r. S«eote, w h c h c o n < * ; « th e n o rm al e x c h.n g e v a lu e o r a " o v e r lg n WJat w e re a t a dscount u N e w Y o rk, 13 c n t* th re e y e a r* ago. f S r Thom a s H ag h e s n v s t, and 74 (toum ac- rordln g to la te s t cables, a re b lls o t e x rcaeed lu term s o l e te r m m o p e,. A b o u t lb e v a lu e o t tb e g o ld B r lu.b M v e re lg b tb e re g ao room for oontroveray. Edtor S.CH. J h M? Uthec, B.Sc.. thff 1913 P holar. has boon crea ted O.B.K. H e w H despatchea f o r hla s erv c es w h le fc.o b U.a to * - C a p ta S to rk p y, w h o s tle o n ly V. C. t h V the n v e rs ty has p rc(lce«. lm.s y o t to get ls l f e pass f o r th e T o l. M r. M cn to s h 1 ha.h done m o re f o r m e tm n th e U n v e rs ty, aftys C a jt. Ptnrkey (w h o n te rru p ted h s la w course fo g o t o th e w s r. an d s n on- assocate tn M r..h s tc e O w e n ), T le U n v e r s ty c row d, seem to he n selffc lut, oltsflpsed b y th c m oney g r e e d., th e v e ry sen ten ce ho quotes was to strength D h fs bauds. am g ra to lu l to h m fo r hta chaj-a leu ge. and h ope th e m ora l fo v te s o f th e com - m u n ltv w n a r s e and demand th o legsla to n th a t w ll m ake t m possble fo r t. to he th a t th e fe n e s t conaov can b e cjrcu m veu teajf ABSATOW D E A N S. S ec re ta ry th e C ou n cl fo r C lvtc and M o ral Aug. 28. Advawem CBt, 5 Y U N B Y, M O N.Y, S E P T K M B E R 1, 19Hn r, W oolu u u gb, f m onths ago. by che B runner M on d c X b r u b - " e - s ; b. e? W e. l J fn clu ra n W e s t AustraUft. POPULARSNG M U. TUTORAL CLASSES SCHEME. CHTCH MUSC USUALLY BAD. S ydney s behnd M elbourne n one e f f e c t a t least. n M elb ou rn e m em b ers o f th e W o rk e rs Edtf calo n a l A s e o e a to n have th e advautago M " musc tu to ra l classes under th e gu dance o f M r. G b son T ou n g. A m o ve s n ow a fo o t to b rn g to S ydney,ths p rv le g e. A n d on S atu rd ay m em bers o f ba W o rk e rs E du ca ton AssocaJsn o f N e w South YVale*. and otlura n terested, w e r* a d d r e s s ««by M r. G b son Young on tho ad van ta ge o f m u sc culture. M r. Ycrb ru ggh ep, n n trod u cn g M r. Y<>.r.e.J sad th a t a g re a t deal o f m usc w a s s tll Ql--- UDderstood and b e em pbaelnel th e m portaacr o f b rn g n g m u sc to the p eop le th c w o rk n g : p eo p le and b o w ou ld s o t be s ats fed un tl th a t had been ach eved. G v n g a sh o rt h sto ry o f m u sc n tm es, he d rew a p a ra lle l b etw een ft tw eotjeth c en tu ry an d th e tm e stoolos, to th e d sadvan tage o f th e form er wondc-red f to -d a y tho entry o f M arabal n to P a rs w ou ld b repreaen lod hy m "..< k -, n o ld en tm es. Thousands o f y e a rs lcnt;*-. rh p eop lo w ou ld say, lu re fe rrn g to L cen tu ry, w h a t a bentght-d a g e th a t.r.ts: < few p eo p le to -d a y w o re acquanted w th mus=c n ta h g h er branches. H e v.-.a3 plofe.-cd see, h o w ever, th a t th e m odern tren d <*f caton, e s p e c a lly o f dem ocracy, seemed to low ards m a k n g a v a la b le tho advantage. m u sc t o e ve ry o n e.,\ n aton could not m uscal f o n ly a fe w p eo p le c u ltv a l h gh er b ra n d es. U e pon ted o u th a t thv Br.. x_.fa- fa.,.fafa*»,- n - of Thrrt forrn"r.. a n b a l f - * n gn or yra tv o. ly to d ra w a tte n to n l o th o fa c t th a t the Rrrtlal lab o r p a r ly n s ta tn g ts p os t-w a r edu.< )"«p olc y, had g v en much prom n en ce to mu O u r record s to -d ay o f o v o g a o f p a a," con tnu ed M r. V arb ru ggle o, " a r e» - tr e ly based upoh w h at hus been le ft to us h y poets, scu lp tors, p an ters, and m ueolaus. W " do n o t k n o w th e rc h ban kers o f T hem lstortea lm e : b u t wo k now w h o m a d e,b e a u tfu l s<mfr- tu re, w h o w rote b ea n tfu l p lays, and w ho <on- poaad h ea u tlfu l m usc. T h a t!e > t should be. A n d C w e c a n nduce th e peop l th o wcrkera to ta k e a re a l n te re s t n mu#l w< sh a ll h a v e dono w h at la the luty o f a r tat tow arrla a o o m m u n lty." (A p p la u **.) ConalderahJp la u gh te r fo llo w ed an obsorva to a o f M r. VerbrugghoTT thnt th e mupl- n thc cbu rch vs w aa usually ba-?. " W h op* t< ren fldy th a t, h e added. M r. Y o u n g.--obsa- q u en ly g a v e a v e r y n terestn g account o f th e ; gro w th o f th e W o rk e rs E du raton a l AraorJft* tlon tu to ra l clasees n mualc. and looked Mr Sydney to e m u la te th e exam ple o f M elb o u rn e [ and thus reap tb * benefts o f a study o f m u 3 M r V e rb ru ggh e a (v lo lln and MltM D. G lbb (p U n o ) p layed B p eth ovens s o n a U N o. S F, w h (!h M r. Y o u o g shortly e x p lalu cd to M au den ce. A le cu rp tte b y.mr. T ou n g on " "h * m u nlty S ong R o o k, waa fo llo w e d Lj p resent, rc n dorln g, under tn- gudance o f Young, a numbor o f folk Bongs. A n o th e r m e e tn g w ll be h eld L" Uc Ponw torlu m to -n gh t.

32 3 1 8 NTER- VARSTY, EGHTsT MELBOURNE BEATS SYDNEY. WON BY THREE LENGTHS. A fte r a lapse o f fve y e a rs th e lo te r-s ta te e rs te s ro w n g ctutnploasblp w as re rlt ed tu rday last, under d eal coodu ons. G reat w a s m anfested n th e e ve n t by ro w n g lb e steam er K o ree, w h ch fo l d e d the race, ben g d en sely packed, w h lst.. o f r r a ft dotted th e courae, p artcu - ly fro m C a b a rta to th e flnsb ng ln e at Alonum ent. On th e om clals launch w e re : Com m ander D u m rrs q, C aptan Cum berlege, Judgo B a rkhouf". M essrs. Q. * D o lo ltte. H. B. M annng. J. W h tn g (preadent. M elbourn e U n v ersty Club), N. J. M D onald. M. F fu h a d ln g e, J. W,.Her.ra-p, W. 11, Savlgny, W. T. C oyle, E. E. fk ea.-y. V. H ornm an, G. V. P ortu s. A la n R am - Lsay. R. B. F ltsh ardtnge (coach o f th e Sydney U e e w ), C. D onald (coach o f th e M elbourne c row ), and m any oth ers p ro m n en t n row n g and v a rs ty crcles. T he offcals w e re : S ta rter, M r. G. R. M *Ken - e ; um pre. Mr. W. J. F u rlo n g : ju d ge, M r. T. 4 ) O N e ll; tm ek eep er, M r. W. K e rr. T h e ro m m ltlee con ssted o f M eesrs. T. M. B a rn ett, W. P.. lt a llu m. H. R. R. G re ve, and R.. Lu d ow vl, hon. secretary. The race w as contostod o v e r lh o ebsm p on -,Bhl cou rse on th e P a rra m a tta n v e r, fro m Abe R yde B rd ge to RearlcB M onum ent, a dslan ee o f 3 m lea 1«7 yards. B oth c rew s crea ted favoraw e m prebsoos as th e y ln ed up fo r the s ta rt, th e Sydney crew lo o k n g, p erhaps, a shade h ea ve r than th er opponents, w h o sat th er b o a t w e ll, and looked a fne egh t. T he crew s w e re aa fo llo w : M elbourne (c o lo rs, blue and b la c k ): K. H. H ad ley (b ow l, lf.3; F. T. G am ble (2 ) : F. R, G ale (3), 12; H. 8. T bom aa (4 ) ; K. F..Ybom elh y (5). 12.2; O. S. W o od (6). H -3: F. C. H- R oss 7), 11.10; A. Spow ora (stro k e), 11.1: T. H a rrs (cox). Sydney (colors, w h te, blue and go ld fa c n g s ): R, H. Lu d ow cl (b o w ), 10.10: H. T. Chennall (2 ), 11.C; L. L. M S ta y (3), 11.8; W. P. -MCallum (4 ). 11.7: A. D. M organ (5), U.13; H. F. W lso n («), 11.7; W. A. Stand sh (7). 12.4; T. M. Burnet (s tro k e), 11,8; H. R. R. G re ve (cox ). The Bace. A t th e gun, both crew s g o t a w a y sm a rtly to a good s ta rt, and k ep t le v e l fo r th e frs t doxet s trok es, when th e M elbourn e b oa t began to d raw aw ay. T h e v s to r s w e re ro w n g a sp le n dd length, w t h a good s old catch and a c rsp flnlfh. w h ls t th e lo ca l e r e w appeared a b t slu ggsh. S h o rtly a fte r th a s ta r t No. 3 n th e M elbourn e boat lo s t hs su dc. but regan ed t c le v e r ly and p ck ed up hla strok e n cely. T he V c to ra n Btudents had the sou lh ern shore, sjd c c rln ln ly m ade th c m ost o f t. fo r once tb e y g o t the load they k ep t t. and w e re n ever aerobly exten ded. T b e S ydney c rew appeared to be n ah n g th e r sldes a g re a t deal, w th th resu lt th a t th e r re co v ery w a s n o t n ea rly so e ffe c tv e as tb a t o f th e r rv a ls, w ho k ep t a n ce K n g th, and dd som e v e r y n ea t b lad e w ork. P assn g U b r a P o n t th e v s to r s h ad a le a d o f h a lf a length, whch, by ro w n g n ce ly to g e th e r, w th a good sw n g and n ce clean fnsh, and p u ttn g p len ty o f»a a p n to th e r w o k, tl.e y n creased to.1 length when passng R yde. H ere both c rew s settle d down to t, and passng Y a r a lla the aou th em oarsm en hsd n- creaf-ed th e r lead to tw o len gth s, much to the d elgh t o f th e V c to ra n su p porters aboard th e ofllcal launch, who w e re surprleed w th th e fne e xh b ton o f the v s tn g crew. T he m le was. dvcred n 5mln. 25V4sec., w th the Sydney, c rew show n g als o * o f trn g ; but passng M ort-; lake th e blue and gold m ade a sp rted daslt asbtfted g re a tly by th e e x c e lle n t s te ern g o f G tlc v e, th e lo ca l cox. whch enabled them to reduce M elbourne s lead by h a lf a length. M e l bourne k ept g o n g as s tro n g as e ve r, and s p rn tn g ag an d rew aw ay, passn g Putn ey w th w o lengths to thc good. A t Half-way. T he ra ce had b een p p rogreaa 9mn. 8V4s c. when th e h a lf-w a y m ark w as reached, and pusslbg T ennyson th e V c to ra n s w e re g e ttn g ftn h e r ahead than ever. W h en opposte A b - b ctsfo rd S ydney h t up a go o d dozen o r tw o, but w e re unablo to reduce th e gap betw een th e tw o boats, and th e v s to r s now had the ra ce w e ll n hand. R o w n g s tro n gly, tb ey fnshed c o n fo ra b ly. d efe a tn g S ydney by th ree length s. T m e. 19mlD. 34,(4sec. A t S e a rle s M onum ent, th e fnsh n g pon t, the w n n ers w e re gv en an o va to n, and th e r coach. Mr. C. D onald, a v e r y succeasfnl V c toran oarsman, wae the recpent of many con gratu laton s. T h o lo sn g c rew -as also lo u lly chsered, and r g h tly so. to o, -or tb ey certanly rowed a good race, and hung on gam cv tll th e end. fornua JjtraR. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER T W O L A N G U A G E FRENCH ANT) ENGLSH. GOVERNOR S.MPAHTATATY. L a s t n gh t b s E xcellen cy tb e Governor. Sr W a lte r Davdson, attended the specal m eetng o f the n s tltu t da C on versaton Francalse, whlcb was held a t tbo G rls H gb School Castleruagh-atreet. M. Carapana (Consu l-g eneral (or F rance) presded, and M r. J. D. P tg e ra td, Legon o f Honour. M n ster for Justce, Dr. R eu te r Roth, who w o re a French decoraton, and Afr. D. L e v y (S peaker o f the L e g s la tv e Assem b ly) w ere am ong those present. The p resd en t o f tho n stltu t. M r. A. C. Aucher, who fought fo r hs cou ntry n the Franco-Prussan war, and who w o re the Legon o t H onour and Franco-Prussan w ar decoras. d elvered an address n French on the annexaton and restoraton uf Alsace-Lorraln *. The speak er concluded by payng glow n g t r butes to Clemenceau, Llo yd George, and M arshal Foch. A v o te o f thanks, n French, was proposed b y Mr. J. J. Dennehy, and seconded b y Mr. D. Levy. ReHpondlng n Englsh, M r. A u c l r sad that th e r dstngushed guest. S r W a lte r Davdson. n one o f hs publc speeches had expressed tb e hope th a t Elogtsh would som e day be the on ly language spoken throughout the world. H e dd not ag ree w th hs Gxcpllcncy. (<Applanse and lau gh ter.) T ak e aw ay tbe French language and Erance ts e lf would be e xtn gushed. d th s regard he w as glad o f tbe opportu n ty to pon t out that the recen tly sgned P ea ce T r e a ty w as n French. (A p plause.) t was on ly snce the outbreak ol the g re a tes t o f a ll w ars th at Frenchm en w ere estm ated a t th er proper value outsde o f France. H s E xcellen cy, a fte r apologsn g fo r the absence o f L a d y Davdson, sad he waa sorry th at any w ord s o f hs had been n terpreted aa th expresblon o f hs opn on th at Engllah w a s the on ly language whlcb should be spoken. T h e y could accept hla assurance that b " had no n ten ton o f go n g fa rth e r tban sayn g th a t th e com m erce o f the w o rld feo u ld h e beat conducted n Englsh. n lteratu re, n the arts, and n th e scences Fren ch bad a w cu -w on feld, from whch t conld not be dsplaced. (A p p lau se.) T h s acknow ledgm ent on hs p art would, b e hoped, satsfy M r. Aucber. (A p p lau se and lau gh ter.) N o w that the w ar w as o ve r th ere could.he n oth n g b e tte r than m p rovn g th e r know ledge o f Fren ch, w h le the Fren ch p eople m proved th o lr knowlcrtge o f E n g lsh (A p p lau se.) W h le ls te n n g to M r. Au ch er a excellen t d scourse he was rem nded o f a com plm ent whch was pad h m self on one occason a fte r ; he had spoken at a s m la r gath erng. HeU w ag told th at an y Englshm an could understand hfs F+euch. God Save the K n g was played a t the comtnencerocnt and at the cloao o f tho proceed- SCaENCE STrU D EN TS. TO T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R A LD. S r, T he lato S r G eorge Red was fa r- seen g enough to aave our V arsty gates opened to e ve n n g students tn A r a W h y not open them also to students proceedng to a d egree n flelence. Then the com pa ratvely em pty a v rle crto ra l and vetern a ry laborato re s o f th e U n versty w ll probably soon be flled. f w e are to com pete n d u strally wth A m erca. Germany, and o th er natons we must.tra n a s arm y o f scleotlats. who w ll enter o u r fa c to re s and m prove ndustral methods o f producton. O ur scleotlfle socety, the Lln n ean S o ce ty o f N ew South W ales, s ab reast o f th e Uroes n h avn g adm tted scen tfc wom en to a ll ts p rtvlleges. ncludng on woman to a M acleay R esearch scholarahp. T h e R oyal Socety, on th e oth er hand, w th ts c e n tra lly stuated and e a s ly accessble lb ra ry, has n ot so fa r amended ts consttn- (tlo n so as to ad m t wom en to membershp. :and see n g th a t ttae s o c e ty receves an annual G overn m en t gra n t t s about tm e ths was done. y -When m v la te fath er demonstrated. n sptes o f much oooosltlon. that our coastal w aters could be successfully trawled, h s chef object was to establsh a nursery fo r Au stralan- b o rn seamen, nn opnon whlcb Adm ral «r d Jellcoe hae 20 yeara la ter emboded n hs rep o rt Just lusued. A scen tfc aftjunct to onr tra w lx ndustry, namely, a m arne aquarum. ncludng research laboratores, has, not ye t been fonnded. and so our marne flora and fnnna. ncludng tbe Plankton, r e man com pa ratvely unknown. n B rtan th " ffsblnv ndustrv produced 16 zrllon sterln g n 1P13. flnrelv such an ndustry s worthy o f scen tflc stndy h ere n ths country. am. etc., Sept. 1. S A R A H 1TN 13. A t a racewng o f the Senate C n v e rs lty the d egree o f M aster o f wae con ferred n absenta upon Ebenc ] exander Sambrook, M.D. P ro fe ss o r W oolnough (g e o lo g s t) has - sgned ns a p p oa trcn t at the W estern AuL_ tralan U n versty. X a s t year P ro fessor W o o l nough fornsh ed a specal report to Brunner, Mond. and Company. E nglsh alk a l manufacturers. on the adtall p oselblltles o f W estern A u strala, and. n response, to a cablegram, he stbseguently went to England to dscuss tbe m a tter w th them. A LEOTUBEE S EX PLANATON Mr. E. S. Jerdan w rte s: J Yon reported on Thursday a protest from M r. R. C. la y lo r. o f the W.E.A.. at Batburst. aganat what he called th " csn- Eorahp by tbe C b ef Secretarys D epartment. o f a lecture to have heen dellvcre«l by m e a t the request o f the Councl o f tbe M orkers Educatonal Assocaton. t appeared to m e th at your report mght lead (o mteoonatructlon o f my part n tbe m atter. would be gratefu l f you would afford me space my an explanaton. T be lecture whch was desred to gve was n DO sense propogandlst, but was desgned by the W.E.A, to be a purely academ c exposton and crtcsm o f Bolstevlam, w th the o b ject o f stm ulatng n terest n tbe W.E.A., whose ams ara e n tre ly educatonal. The prohbton m gh t seem to gv e the lecture. n vew o t the oontrovrrslal nature o f the subject, a rcutous m portance whch s not jnatfled., personally, bave had no communcaton w hatever w th the C hef Secretarys Department, and tbe queston o f tha pro- bblu on. to th e m erts o f whch do not ntend to snter. s. e f course, entrely the ooqcera o f Um Covaetl et tbe WJ1.0 Mr. D. Stewart, general secretary tba W orkers Educatonal Assocaton, bas beon nformed by the ( e f Secre- U r y a Departm ent that perm sson has boen granted for Mr. B. S. Jordan to delv e r hla lectu re on B olshevk Doctrnes a t L thgow on an y Sunday tb at s eoa vtn leo t. GREAT BEQUESTS J SP LENDD M UNFCENCE Sr S. M Caughey s Lberalty 300,000 to fjdney TJnrersty T b S u n w a s th s a lte r n o o n cr fl<«[ b ly n fo r m e d o f th e p t n c a l bequests, u n d er th o w ll o f th e la t o M C a u gh ey, M JxC. B lr S am u el T h o g r e a t e s t b oq u est s to -th e Un-j v e r a ty o f S yd ney 300,00a. T h e n e x t g re a te s t s t o th o U n lvert s ty o f B rs b a n e 200,000. T h o th r d n m a g n tu d e s th e -. b.. qu o rt t o th o P re s b y te ra n C h U T r ; 150, T h e n c o m e t h e S y d n e y G ra m n m r Sch ool, th e N o rth B y d n ey G rarttm Sr S ch ool, a n d S c o U C o U ege 10,000toa:j. A f t e r th e sch o la s tc tn a tltu to ak feo bequests to th e p rn c p a l publh h dsp lw ls o f S y d n e y 5000 each. 1 M r. Chas. A. V van, o f O e e a s tre e t. W o of-. nbra. has just receved c l l f e e o tlfy to g that b s e ld e st soo. P rv a te P. J Vvan, o f lb " rom B o n w "alth L a w Offlce. Sydney, has passed M s B.A. dcgrac, a- th faeoours, at Oxford. Ths w ll la te r be con ferred on blm a t Sydney U c lv e ra lly, o f whch be s ao LL.B. G N G S R C H O O T MASTER. T h e R ev. Edward M organ Baker, who succeeds th e lat R ev. J. A. Pattlnson as p rn cp a l o f th e K n g a School. P arram atta, was b orn n E ngland on Au gust 12, 1874, so tb at he s Just 45 years of age. He came to Austr a la n ea rly egh t years ago. * e was educated a t O xford, havng graduated ft C olloge. and taken hs B.A. degree n 189«mnd M.A. d egree n T H E R E V. E. M O R G A N B A K E R. A t school Mr. B a ker w as Rugby foo tb a ll and ; crck e t captan, and h older o f the ath letc eham ponsbp cup. A s a "fr e s h e r " a t O xford he secured hs "B lu e " fo r R u gb y foo lb all, and played fou r tm es a gan st Cambrdge. r t te f he represen ted E ngland n a ll nternatonal m atches n 1896 a o d 1896, and also played a gan st W a le s th e fo llo w n g year. A fte r ben g ordaned, h e worked n tw o curaces lo Brm ngham and W olverham pton.. lo A p rl. 1907, he re ce v ed an appontm ent aa v c a r o f St. A n d rew s a l W olverham pton. Tow ard s th e ond o f 1911 he relnqushed ths post, and a t th n vta ton o f the Archbshop o f Brtsbano le ft fo r A b trala. Upon arrva l he becam e frst warden o f St. John s Collego n tho U n v ersty o f Brlsban. whch poston he held u n tl hlfl new appontm ent. H was a m em ber o f th stuff o f the Church o t E ngland G ram m ar Scbool d urn g a porton o f the w a r p e ro d. y N Captan C. R. W bu rd. o f the A.A.M.C., served fo r th ree years a t the front, s been appon ted bouse p hyscan a t the tradford R o y a l n frm ary. T orka h re, EngUDd. x K a u a K.nH e s s th o n ly son o f Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Wjlurd, o f Jenolan Caves. T b. P T m. who, a, t o t. P o s tm u rt.-.g m ra l U tr. W»b t o r n o T O H.u a t b. S t. t. r r, d». r. * T t» t e r d.y. t Bpont t t o a ftr m o o n n t b. C a o ll.m.ln. tn c L H. r.tu ra.d to Jlelbonr.. U. t. M a jo r H aattnga W lls, M.B Ch m J B o f M r. H e n r y WTUs, s rc tn rn r 4 B aovc. H e has been s r f r ~ r. " M r. John P e ll, o f M essrs. John Co., retu rn ed to S ydney yeeterd a y by th e tn ra fro m an extended trp abroad w «accom paned hom e by Sapper John F e ll,w M frs t assfatan t W a r Chest Commsso a c tn g n t t c ap acty w th M r. Budden la t e r l s t e d f o r actv e servce. T he Ml jp o ll a lso accom paned Mr. P ell. THE FNSH.

33 r f c LAW SOCETT. 3 H E APPEAL FOR UNVERSTY. THE r h e e le r e o th and val d Q oer o t tb e S ydney V k lt e m t y l «r S o c e ty w a s b eld la s t n g b t s t lh a B u rttd gtoe Cafe, G e o rge-s tree t, e lty. M r. [ffostlce Ferga so Q (V c e -C b a n c e llo r tb e T7nl- e r l l y } presded. W t b hm a t the head u b le r a r «V r. G arlan d (M n s te r t o r Jn stlee aa d S tto rn ey -a en e ra l. M r. Justce H a rve y, M r. A s t c e S ly, Judge C u rlew ls, Jndge B rsseo * 4 e a, an d L e u t. EL V. lt c h e ll, le c tu re r a t th e L a w ScbooL d g v n g th e to a s t o f th e trn T e rslty, M r. V rla n d sad th e S ta te had g o o d reason t o be p ro u d o f ts U n T erslty. T h e G o ven u n ent had d on e l u fa r share to w a rd s th e s u p p o rt o f th e U n v e r s ty Judged b y o rd n a ry standards, h u t f Judged by A m erc a n standards h e had t o ad m t lh a t t bad not. T b e (Governm ent ta eo gn la ad th e m e rts o f th e appeal w b c h the C h a n o e llo r bad m ade, and h e h ad p o n ted out th a t now th a t th e U n v e r s ty m en w e re r e tu rn n g fro m th e w a r th e re w as a s ta te o f eon sestlo Q vrbch d em a n ded m m ed a t* re lle t. T h e U n v e r s ty a n tb o rltes cou ld re s t assured tb a t th e S ta te w ou ld d o ts b est to see th a t fle U a v e r s lty w ou ld b e a b le n th e fu tu r t to e a r r y o u t ts h gh functons. A te r r lflc clap o f th u n d er outsde syn ch roo- t e d w th th e applau se w h ch g re e te d M r. G a rla n d s statem en t, and caused p ro lon ged taogfater.. M r. G arlan d w e n t on to s a y th a t m en w b o, h a d th e ad v an ta ge o f U n lv a rs c y tra n n g ah ou ld do tb e r p a rt n th e c v c lf e r f th e B ta te as tb e y had done t n tbe g r e a t w ar. < C h e ers.) T h e la t e S r S am u el M C s u g b e ys B n n flcent g ft w oold, h e added, enable tbe KTnlveralty to do ts du ty s tll m ore eo cently. e n d p ro b a b ly n du ce o th e r p lou a d on o rs to com a fo rw a rd and e m u la te b a exam p le. (A p - u s e. ) M r. Ju s tc e Fergu so n, resp o n d n g t e th e to a s t, sad be w as p lea sed to n o te th a t ths w a s re co g n s n g n a v e r y suh- t a s t a l w a y th e c la m s o f th e U n v e r s ty fo r h elp. W h a te v a r m o n ey.the G o ra m m en t found th e y cou ld r e s t assured th a t t would b e too B t tle, d ChtUforna th e c on trb u to n w a s h q o a l to a d o lla r a head o f th e populaton. M r. Justce H a rvey, n p ro p o sn g th e U n l- e r a l t r L a w S o ce ty, alln d ed to th e gra du al M evelop m eu t and n crea sn g uscfnlneaa o f th e o c le t y 8la.ce t s fou n d a to n l o 1902, s ta tn g th a t tb e re w e re n ow 1 la w students, o f erhom w e re m em b ers o f th e soc e ty. H e hoped t h e tm e w a s n o t ta r o ff w h e n th e atten da n ce «t le ctu re s o f a n le g a l p ra c tto n e rs w ou ld h e - requ red, b rn g n g a th e a r tc le d c le rk s BS w e ll. (A p p la u s e.) H ls H o n or e on p ratu la ted D r. G. W. W a d d e ll kud D r. N o n n a n De H o rn e R ow lan d, gradu ates «f th e la w school, on th e r a p p on tm en t as r l l m e n t a r y draughtsm en. T h o s b tw o gen tlem en respon ded n a happy MMa. M r. J. A. F ergu son re p le d to the toast. P ro fe s s o r P ed en p roposed "T h e M em bers o f th o S o c e ty w h o h a v e served n th e W a r, " and s ta te d th a t m o re th a n 190 m e m b ers served t tb e fro s t, aud r lr t u a lly on e n e v e r y tw e w a a e th e r k lle d o r wonnded, w h le on e n w v e ry tl r e e w on h gh d stn c to n. T h e re spon se to th e to a st w a s m ade h y L e u t, M t- e h e ll. C a ptan a to rk e y. V.O., an d th e r r e m a rk s w e re su p ported h y Judge R rssenden. Judge C u rlew a proposed " T h e B a r, * and Che resposae was made by Mr. B bvb, M.L.A. m e js-pantp Horma StraC. W E D.N E S D A.Y, S E P T E M B E n 3, W n. LA W SOCETT. t h e T a p p e a l f o r UNU ERSTY. 7 THE T h e e lev en th an n uel dnn er o f th e S ydney T fu v e r s lty L a w S o c e ty w a s b eld last n gh t a t "th e B u rln gto n C a fe, G e o r g e -s tr e e t, c ty. M r. Justce F ergu so n (V tc e -C h a n c e llo r th e U n v e r s ty ) presded. W t h h m a t th e h ea d ta b le w e re M r. G arlan d (M n a te r f o r Justce and A tto rn e y -G en e ra l, M r. J u stce H arvey. M r. J u s tc e Sly. Judge C u rlew ls. Judge B rssen - den, an d Leut- E. M. M ltc b c ll, le ctu re r a t th e L a w School. n g v n g th e to a s t o f th e U n v e r s ty. M r. G arland sad the S ta te had g o o d r e a s o to b e, proud o f ts U n v ersty. T h f G o T y n m e u t had.dodo ts fa r shre to w a rd s th e * support o f.th e D n lv e rs lty Judged b y o rd n a ry standards, h u t f ju d ged b y A m erc a n stan dards h e h ad t o a d m t th a t t had n o t. T h e G overn m e n t re cogn s ed m e rts o f tb e a p p ea l w jlc h th e C h a n c ello r had made, an d he b ad p on ted o u t th a t n ow th a t th e U n v e r s ty m en w e re r e tu rn n g fro m th e w a r th e re w a s a sta te o f e o n g e s tlo j w h ch dem anded m m ed ate re lef. T h e U o v ev B lty a u th o rte s cou ld r e s t asanred th a t tb e S ta te w o u ld d o ts b est t o see th a t th e U n v e r s ty w ou ld b e a b le n th e fu tu re to c a r r y out-fflts h gb functons. A e rrfftc clap o f th u nd er o u tsd e syn rbron - tsed, w lt b th e ap p lau se w h ch g re «te d M r. O s rla n d s statem en t, an d. caused prolonged, Saugfater. g M r. G arlan d w e n t o n t o s a y th a t m en w h o t a d th e ad van ta ge o f U n v e r s t y tran n g should do th e r p a rt n th e c v c lfe o f th e B tate as th e y had done t n th e g r e a t w ar. (C h e e rs.) T h e la lo B r S am u el M C a u gh ey s tn u nftoent g f t wou ld, h e added, enable the U n v e r s ty to d o lft d u ty s t ll m o re effcen tly, n d p ro b a b ly nduce o th e r p ou s d onors to com e fo rw a rd and e m u la te hls exa m p le. (A p plause.) M r. Justce F ergu son, resp o n d n g te tbo to a st, s a d h e w a s p lea sed to n o te th at tho G o ve rn m e n t w a s r e c t n ls ln g n a v e ry sub- Btantlal vay th e c la m s o f th e U n v e r s ly f o r h elp. W h a te v e r m o n ey th e G o ve rn m e n t found th e y cjtuld rent assured (h a t t w ou ld b e ton ltt le. n C a lffo rn s th e c o s tr fb u to a was e q u a l t o s d o lla r s head o f tb e populaton. M r. s u s tlc o H a r v e y, n p ro p o s n g th e U n l- v e n r t L a w S o ce ty, a llu d ed t o tb e gradu al d ev elo h m e n t aod n crea sn g u sefu ln ess o f th e o c e t j sn ce ts fou n da ton n sta tn g th a t th e re w e re now 1 la w students. o f w h o m jv e r e m em bers o f th e s o c e ty. H e hoped th e tm e w a s n o t f a r o ff when th e atten dance a t lecu rob o f a lt le g a l p ra c tto n e rs w ou ld h e redujrcd, b rn g n g tn th e a r tc le d clerk s ma w e ll (A p p la u s e.) H s H o n o r c o n rratu lsted Dr. C. W. W ad d ell n d Dr. N o rm a n De H o rn e R ow lan d, gradu ates «{ th e la w scb o ol, on th e r spp otn troen t as F a rlm k n ta ry d rau ghtsm en. Thoa tw o g en tlem en resp on ded n a happy v e n. 1 M r. J. A, F ergu son re p le d to th e toast. P ro fe h so r P ed eu proposed T he M em bers of th o S o cle tt w h o h avo served n the W a r. " and ta te d Tthat m o re th a n 190 m em b ers served t th e fr o n t, an d v r tu a lly on e n e v e r y tw.> w a s d lfb e r k lle d o r w ounded, w h le on e n e v e r y th re e won hgh d stn c to n. T h e r e spon se to th e to a st w a s m ade b y L e u t, M lt- e b e ll. C a ptan S to rk ey. V.C.. and th e r r e m a rk s w e re au pp orted b y Jndge BrlSBenden. Jndge O u rlew s p roposed T h e B a r." aad th e respon se w g t rade b y M r. B a vn. M -L.A. C l)t ;&!)bnlp R o ru fjrfllh. F R D A Y. S E P T E M B E R S. n R. B.M., B. s V M a jo r H astn gs W ls. M.B., Ch.>. son o f M r. H e n ry W Jlls. s re tu rn n g fro m F ra n ce on tb e S ev r. # has b een s e rv n g w th the A u stra la n A r m y M a d lcs l C orp s fo r th re e y e a rs., ARCHTECTURE. SYDNEY N THE EAR.Y DAYS. ft J A C Q U A E E O R D E R. V tk B S o n. n ha n au gu ra l a d d ress a t th e S chool o f A r c h te c tu r e. S ydney U n v ersty, pad a trb u te to G o ve rn o r M a c qu are s B ld o g.act o f 1S13. Phe le c tu re r re fe r r e d to S r C h rs to p h e r W re n, w h om he d es erb e d an o u r g re a te s t B rtsh a r c h lte e t." S r C h rs to p h e r W re n bad d ec lare d : A r c h te c tu r e has ta p o llt la l use. P u b lc b u ld n gs b e n g th e o rn am e n t o f a cou n try, t esta b lsh e s a n aton, d raw s p eop le and com m erce, m a kes th e p eo p le lo v e th e r cou n try, w hch passon s th e g re a t o rg n a l o f a ll g re a t a c to n s n th e C om m on - w e a lth." Tho sam e n ote, P ro fe s s o r W lk n s o n w en t [pb, s stru ck n G o ve rn o r M acquare s B u lld- [Trtg A r t. M acqu a re w a s th e p a tron o f tha S r C h rsto p h er W r m o f N e w S outh W a le s F ra n cs H o w a rd G re en w a y w ho s c red ted Wth som e 250 bu ld ngs, a ll b ea rn g th e stam p o f hla gen us. H a E x c e lle n c y G o v e rn o r M acqu are deem ed t e xp e d e n t and h g h ly n ecessary fo r th e o rn am en t and m p ro v e m e n t o f the lo w n o f S ydney to e n la rg e tho s tr e e t s and sven ues. H e o rd ered th a t fhe p aln gs or p alsad n g on each s tre e t w a s to b e o f a un fo rm h e g h t o f 4ft. and put up n a neat, regu la r, and d u ra ble m ann er. M *o q u a re fu r-, th e r d rec te d tb a t n o p ers o n should e r e c t an y j house o r d w e lln g n th e lo w n o f S ydney w th ou t p rev o u s ly o b ta n n g hs p erm sso n th rou gh th e a c tn g su rv ey o r, w h o had a p lan o f the to w n m ade o u t and a p p ro ve d h y hs K xceh en cy, w th n strn cto n s re s p e c tn g tha s e v e r a l p arts w h ch th e G o v e rn o r d eem ed m ost p ro p e r to m p ro ve. H s E x c e lle n c y tru sted tb a t th e n h a b ta n ts affec te d b y th o se re gu la to n s would y e ld a re a d y and.ch eerfu l obed en ce to the o rd e rs p ublsh ed, on accou n t o th e g r e a t b en eft th e p u b lc a t la r g e would d e rv e fro m them, an d th e a d d to n a l c o n v en ence and o rn am en t th tow n w ou ld a c - qu re b y th e r b e n g c a rre d n to c o m p le te 1effe c t. P ro fe s s o r W lk n s o n d ec la re d th a t a n y num b er ot good b u ldngs w o u ld not m ake a good c ty. T hat, ha d, w a s n ow h ere m o re e v d en t than n Sydney. H e r e," h e con tnu ed, a r e u n rv a lle d s te s an d an n crea sn g num b e r o f b u ld n g o f g r e a t m e rt, b u t s ca rce ly an m p o rta n t b u ld n g tb a t s a d e q u a te ly sted, and s c a rc e ly a s te th a t s w o r t h ly accented. T h a t n o t th e fa u lt o f th e s rc h - te c U (e x c e p t th a t f o r a p ero d th e y a llo w e d th em selves to b e ousted tr o m t h e r le g tm a te ro le as tow n p la n n ers ), b u t o f th o se w b o fa le d to an tcp a te, d e v elo p m e n t b y c o m p re h en sve p re-p lan n n g. T h e re m ust b e a g r e a te r breadth o f v ew, m o re lo o k n g ahead apd ac tn g ahead, m o re w o rk n g fro m th e la rg e to the sm all n stvad o f v e e -v c r s a. ProfcBRor W k rso n sad th a t th e stu d ent should ho made fa m la r w tb th e m a sterp eces o f th e past, n v o lv n g n q u ry n to an d ap p roeatod o f th e p recs e p ro b le m s w hch th o lr c rea to n solved. T o lg n o re th e past, as som e w ou ld have us d o, w o u ld b e as m ad aa to gnore the future. " W e must. tae contnued. "s te e r a cou rse b etw e en a rc h a e o lo g c a l s t e r lt y and th e n o v e lty w h c h s an arch y, p rodu cn g w o r k w h ch, n th e w o rd s o f G. P. W a tts, w ll b e n e th e r o r g n a l n or coped, but re c o g n s n g tr a d to n and ad d ng som eth n g w h ch m a y b ecom e th e tra d to n o f th e fu tu re. M r. Ju stce F ergu son occu p ed th e c l r. MR. BR.ADDON. AND THE AGENTS-GENERAL. QUESTON OF STATUS. T h e P r e m e r (M r. H o lm a n ) announced y e s te rd ay n tb e L e g s la tv e A saem b ly, n regard to th e c o n tro ve rs y re p o rte d to h s v e a rse n b etw een th e S ta tes A g e n ts -G e n e ra l and the F e d e ra l a u th o rte s n Lon d o n. n c on n ecton w th m m graton, th e r e c e p t o f a c a b legram fro m the A g e n t-g e n e ra l f o r N.S.W. (S r Chas. W ad e). T h s w as to th e e ffe c t th a t n J an u ary la s t the B rtsh B oard o f T ra d o o ffe red each S ta te space fo r an e x h b to n o f tm b e rs. T h s o ffe r waa aeqepted. T h e C o m m o n w ealth su b sequ en tly s ta te d ts R te n tjo n to e x h b t fo r A u s tra ll. W e n form ed th em tb e c a b le gram p roceed ed, o f th e a b o v * a rra n gem e n t, and d e ta ls b f w o rk p ro ce ed e d cm t f a v bass. n Ju ly B raddon and «l ( c h, a c tn g under som a vagu e a u th o rty o f P r m e M n s te r, asked: A gon ts-g en erat to con sder qu eston o f c o o pera to n. am on g o th e r th n gs, re gard n g tm b er e xh b to n. W e m e t. and a g re e d to dscuss m a tte r la t e r on, but w h le m o e tln g p en d n g th e y, u nknow n to us. mado a g reem en t w th su b ordn ate o fflc er to r e v e rs e arran gem ents v l t h B oard o f T ra d e. T b ls step p ossb ly re s u lt o f m lsu D deratandu g, but A g en ts -G e n e ra l refu sed re cp gn sc au ch r r e g u la r procedu re. N o e vd en c e B ra dd on s acto n had F s h ers c o n cu rren ce; n o ev ld e n ce o f r e lato n sh p h otw een B radd on and F s h e r. D ange r o f eonfunon fro m m u ltp lc ty o f au th o rte s. T o a v o d th s, w e h ave n fo rm ed B raddon n eg o ta to n s m o s t be w th F s h e r u n less B ra d don o ffc a lly ap p on ted su p ersede h m. "Y e s te r d a y th re e A g e n ts -G e n e ra l m e t B ra d don, a t b s requ est, to dscuss e m g ra to n, he h n tn g a t fn a n ca l assstan ce. W o stated em gra to n w as S ta te fu n cton, but a lw a y s read y to re c e v e su ggesto n s fo r e ffe c tv e c o opera to n. B raddon s la te d no p ro p o s a l to m ake, but w sh ed to k n o w S tates* p o lc y. W e re p le d ap p lca to n s shou ld b e m ade to S ta te G overn m en ts, w ho possess la tes t n fo rm a to n o f p olc y, p resen t and fo tu re. W e h a v e gv e n Braddon s e v e r a l chances p u t fo r w a r d ta n g b le proposal, but wtb no result. 1 see no advanta ge fa rth e r m e etn g. T h e P r e m e r w e n t on to s ta te th a t h e had com m uncated to th e P retn o r s o f th e o th e r S ta tes th e te x t o f th e m eseage, an d bad asked th em fo r an exp resso n o f th e r v e w s on tho s tu a to n w h ch had a rse n "T h e H o u s e," he added, w ll b e k e p t n form ed o f tb e la t e r d ev elo p m e n ts n th s m a tte r. L e u te n a n t-c o lo n e l C. V. S n g le D.S 0 so* o f M r. H. O. S n gle, o f W a n d oo n a W oa retu rn ed le s t w eek by th e M o rva d a, a ft e r fou and a h a lf y e a rs acth re s e rv c e n E g y p t a n l P alestn e. A t th e la s t m e e tn g o f th e S en a te o f th e n lv e r s lt y o f S ydney th e d eg ree r f M aster?; c o n fe r re d n a b s e n ta upo M r. E W n e z e r A le x a n d e r aambrook. M.B., an th e fo llo w n g a p p o n tm en t* w o re m ade to e «w vmw>uucus w ere m b w * c - lu res h lp s n th e F a c u lty o f L a w ; R o m la w M- M m.a.b.c.. M r. M. L. M auc allua, B.A. (S yd.j, (O x o n.): le g a l n te rp rcfa to n. M r. P. H a ln ; b a. (S y d.), B.C.L. (,0x00-). v > A X A P P K A T j. T O T H E E D T O R O F T H E H E R.\ L D, S r. W ll yo u k n d ly gra n t m e spa ce n y o a r colu m ns to p lea d fo r th e students n tb o fortfaeom n g m e d c a l exa m n aton a t th e U n v e r s ty, O w n g to th e nfluenza e p d em c a g r e a t num ber o f students w h o v o lu n te ere d t b e r s erv c es con tracte d th e d sease, and- som e o f tbem h ave been le ft n an e x tre m e ly w e a k con dton, and to t a lly unft to c a r r y on t b e r studes, and th e re fo re unable to do ju s tc e to tb e m se lv es a t the exam naton. M y o b je c t n w r tn g th a le tte r s to b rn g th s fa c t under th e n o tc e o f the p rofessora, w th th e h ope th a t a lt t le lenen cy " l l hn show n n w h a t s re gard e d w th th e g re a te s t dread l y th e m edcal student. vb.. the» lv c voce, am lh a t th e reco rd fo r (he perod o f th e r ttu d en ls h lp w ll he taken n to consdcrnt am. e fr A a m n n N r s M o a e B. j A U S T R A U A A N D U.S.A. T rade an d K n sh p AN ANTUBRTSH ELEMENT TYPCAL AMERCAN SKETCHED By H. y. Braddon, Australan Trade Commssoner to U.S.A. (B a log th e substance o t hs speech delvered a t Sr Charles W ad es luncheon) L O N tm D N, J u ly 14. A s th e f r s t C o m m s s o n e r a p p o n t e d b y th e C o m m o n w e a lt h G o v e r n m e n t o f A u s t r a U a t o tb e U n t e d S ta te s, m y w o r k w a s la r g e ly n ta to r y, a n d n c lu d e d th e fn d n g o f e u lta b le o ffc e s a n d s ta ff, a ls o th e a e tt ln g u p o f r e c o r d a y sto m s, a n d s o on. w a s t o b e th e s o le c h a n n e l o f c o m m u n c a to n f o r th A u s t r a la n g o v e r n m e n t, a n d th o y le f t t to m y (J ls cre to n h o w f a r 1 o p e r a te d o ff m y o w n b a t, o r th ro u g h th e B r ts h E m b a s s y a t W a s h n g to n. w a a t o f a c lt a t e tr a d e b e tw e e n t b e t w o cou Q trefl, a d v e r t s e A u s t r a U a ftl th e S ta te s, p u rc h a a o m a t e r a ls f o r t h e G o v e r n m e n t, m a k e re p o rta o n v a r o u s s p e c a l su b jec ts, a s s s t A u s t r a la n s, s e e t o o u r s o ld e rs v s t n g th e B ta te s. a n d s o on. v a te d C h c a g o, F a n F V a n c s c o. 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N e a r ly fv e m llo n o f s o ld e rs n E u ro p e o r u t h o m e n c a m p s, w t h a o m e t w e n t y - fv e m llu o n s n a ll (a g e d t s t o 45) on t h e m u s t e r r o lls. n e v e r y d re c to n o n e s a w t h e a g n a o f a g g a n t c n a to n a l e ff o r t w e ll u n d e r w a y, n sh p c o n - s tru c tlo n, m u n to n s, a v a t o n, ga s. [ f o o d s u p p le s, a n d fn a n c e. 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T h a t t h e la r g e e x p a n s o n o f A n s t r a a n - A n e r c a n tr a d e tn t h e la s t t w o o r th r e e yeu x s w a s t o s o m e. e x t e n t d u e to u n u su al c a u s e s a r s m g o u t o f t h e w a r ; us, f o r n s ta n c e, 4he c e s s a to n o f s u p p le s fr o m t h e U. K. a n d e ls e w h e r e. T h e r e fo r e t w a a a l - w a y s d ff c u lt to s a y w h a t e x a c t ly, w a a l k e ly to h a p p e n w h e n o ld sou rces o f su p p ly reopen ed. T h e m a t e r a l re s o u rc e s o f th e S ta te a r e a lm o s t llm t a b le, a n d o n ly s o m e J o u rn e y n g a c ro s s t * b g s p a c e s b r n g s t h e s e r e a lly h o m e l o t h e m j ln a to n. W a t e r n e v e r y d r e c to n, r v e r s, la k e s n d c a n a ls c y p e c a lly g r a te fu l t o a n A n s t r a lla n e y e. C o a l a n d «o rea n, la b u n d a n c ft..,..,., A b e n o rm o u s n te r n a l m a rte t, w h c h 2. 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A u s - t r a la w o u ld w e le u m o e x p a n d e d ; t r a d e w t h th e U n t e d S ta te s n.th o se d re c to n s. e n a b le s th e m to s e t u p b g jo n t s to c k [c a p t a l c o n c ern s, a n d t o f r e e ly s tu n - d a rd ls e (a n d so c h e a p e n ) construot-yh. A ls o o n e re q u r e s t o v s t A m e r k a to s e n s e th e r v e r y r e a l a p p r e c a t o n a t a n y ra t a s r e g a r d s th e g r e a t m a jo r t y o f t h e r o U u ea ted c la s se s o t th e B r t a h w a r e ffo r t. f e w o f h e lr s o ld e r s h a v e re tu r n e d w t h " g r o w ls a n d n p la c es th e s e g r u m b ln g s a r e a p t to b e p u rp o s e ly e x a g g e r a t e d. 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H e m o v e d : T h a th o tm e s opportu n e f o r a b old and com preh en sve p o lc y o f ag rlcu U n ra l edu ca ton an d research, an d th a t a c o o e r- etkje shou ld be con ven ed o f re p rea en ta tlv cs o f th e A grk -u tu ral and E du ca ton D e p a rtm en ts, th e P u b lc S ervc a B oard, and the n v e r s ty. to fra m e auch a p olc y, w h ch shou ld n clu de: B e tte r fa c lte s f o r th e teach n g o f a g rl c u ltu re n th e p r4m ery and secondary j sch o o ls n c o u n try d s trc ts ; T h e ra s n g o l th e stan d ard o f teach n g n o x sttn g nb tltutton s b y n crea sn g th er equ p m en t and s ta ff; G re a ter e oc o u ra g e m es t fo r ag rcu ltu ra l te a c h ers a o d re se a rch w o rk e rs by tb e paym en t o f s a la re s m o re n k ee p n g w th the m p o rta n ce o f h e lr w o rk to tb e S ta te: and A ttra c tn g n o th e r w a ys th e b est young b ran s o f tb e c ou n try to th e study o f agrl- cu h u re and c o g n a te problem s. P o s t o u o f t h e W h e a t - g r o w e r. P ro fo s s o r W a t t spoke o f Ue serou s stur.tlon o f th e w h e a t-g ro w n g n du stry. F o r the last fe w y e a rs ou r fa rm e rs b sd been producng w h eat w th o u t a n y p ro ft a t a ll. M any o l them b ad go n e out e f b usness, and tb a t was a sero u s m a tte r fo r us. T h e reduced c o s t o f fr e g h t and th e w o rld -w ld t demand fo r fo o d stu ffs w ou ld, be hoped, g v e th e w h e a t-g ro w e rt h e r o ld p rc e agan. B u t w s e an d sym pa- thvtc leglplallon n tho nterest of the fsrm er. w a s needed, and a ls o th e h elp n g hand o f scen ce. t w a s tr u e th a t a g rc u ltu re w a s m o re a bus- BOSS th a a a scleace. an d th a t som e o f ts ss- p ec ts cou ld o n ly be p srn ed ob th e farm. But n th o la.t s ev en ty y e a rs, durn g w h ch the a d o f scen ce bad b een nvok ed, a g rcu ltu re 1 j had m ade m o re p ro g re ss th an n a ll th e 1 ous re n to rle s. T h e fa rm e r w h o had n o t learn sdl ; w h a t scen ce bad lo teach hm about fa rm a u was b a d ly handcapped- A g an, th e cou n tre ll w h ch a g rc u ltu re had m ade th e greatestv s trd es o f s te y e a rs w e re th ose w h ch bad ap- j p llfld scen ce to t th e m ost. H e spok e o f t t e a c h ev e m en ts o f scen ce n G erm an y, D esm a rk, ; e nd A m erc a. T h e p eo p le o f th e U n ted States re a lu o d th a t m on ey s p e n t o n a g rcu ltu ra l edu- ca to n wan a w s e n vestm en t. D d we? n p ro p o rto n to th e p op u la to n. N o w South W a le s should h ave 816 U B lve ra lty stu d ents o f; a g rc u ltu re d on g th e fu ll cou rse, w h ereas w e s ctu a lly had 2. W e should h a v e 50 students gra d u a tn g y e a rly. n stead o f fou r, and w e should h a v e a g rc u ltu re ta u gh t a t 80 b «b! sch ools n stead o f th ree. M o reo v e r, o n ly 6 per c en t, o f th ese A m erc a n gra d u a tes fa le d to retu rn to n grlc u ltu re ; 65 p er cent, o f them be- : cam e farm ers, and th s r e s t becam e ag rcu ltu ra l teach sra and re ss a rch w o rk e rs. B r u ln seem ed to be s M k o g a g r e a t e ffo r t n the d lre:tto n o f a g rcu ltu ra l edn eaton. Canada w a s ahead o f us. and he bad been to ld, o o good au th orty, th a t o w n g to h e r s y stsm o f a g rc u ltu ra l tsach- n g la th e achools th e b oys could n o t now be d ra gg ed s w a y fro m th e fa rm s! T h e A o c t r a l a n A K T c a lt T r a t. N o t. sad P ro fe ss o r W a tt, th a t ou r ag rcu l tu re o r t? to a ch ln g o r p ra c tc e should b e belttle d. T h e p rm a r y p rodu cs rs o f A u dtralla w e re as effcen t a s an y s m la r b od y n the w o rld, ceo s td erln g (b e h s to ry o f tb e r lodus- r y aod lh a r o p p o rtu h lte s. N o r w ere th ey eo s lo w a ta k n g up n ew M ygs. o n ly th ey had to be shewn th at th o s ss r th n gs would pay. B u t th e fa rm e rs o f A u s tra la m ust not be *1- ; lo w e d te ftgh t th e r b a ttle s w llb o u t tb s ad o f s U *o «e. T b lo k w h a t t had d on e n th o w o o l. B d u stry. to d a ryn g. n w b e a t-g ro w jn g. M r., F h rre r. h " d eclared, s s n g le s ce n tflc n yest- 1 g a to r, bad added ClOO.Mb a y e a r to th e v a lu e r o u r produ cton, and o y A g rc u ltu ra l D e-. p s r t m e o t had done go o d w» k. B u t how much r e o u ln e d to b e d on s! O oe would th n k, seen g h ow tauch w o rth w h le t ob vo u sly was. th s t O ovm ld ra ts would v e w th o s e an oth er n a u s h s f a g rlc u ltn ra l gra n ts, and tb a t th e pub? lr w s q M tnalst u poa them. But th ay dkl not. T h e a o t o :! wns c a rra d ucaolm oqaty. ra p ta n R. G. D ow n n g, M.C., B c ( s g r ) j has been apcpln ted sctlng-sen Jor e x p e rlm ry ( t a lle t. and Leu ten an t C. O. H am bltn. B. (a g r.). a s e sla n t-b lo lo gls t o f thrcd epartm en t o f A grcu ltu re, B oth these young o ffcers have been tran ed as scen tflc cadets under th e d «- p a rtn e a t. and each had a b rlla n t sch olastc c a re er a t S ydney U n versty. S h ortly a fte r th e o u tbreak o f th e w s r th e y en lsted n tbe A..r.J and o n ly retu rn ed fro m a c tv e s erv c e w th n th e past fe w w eeks. S Y D N E Y, T H U R S D A Y, A U G U S T 28, UNVERSTY BULDlNGSy PROPOSED GOVERNMENT V GRANT. Mr. R yaa yeaterdfly aalted. tn tbe T - g l«u t v e Councl, w h eth er the C oyern m ent proposed to m eet th congcstlod a t Sydney U n verb ty, n v e w o f th e C h an cellor o f tbe U n verb ty c a ll- n r a tte n to n to thc need fo r ncreased buld-, * M r. G s rlaod rephed th s t a b ll h fe c n d rafted, to m ake t o h lgatory fo r th e G o v ern m en t to p rovd e 50,000 a y e a r o r sx yea rs to be expended n th e erecto n o f the necessary buldngs. ON THE WESTERN FRONT. PROFESSOR P A T D W T H T H E MNERS. A d ed b y a s ere s o f n te re s tfc g lan tern v e w s. P ro fe ss o r D avd entertan ed a W au dence n th e C h rs t Church H a ll, m t S treet, la s t n gh t, w th a le ctu re ft o t lt l. W th th e M ners on the W es te rn Fro n t. T he v etera n g eolog st, who was plauded. related n d e la l m any n terestn g p erson al rcm nlbcences o f h s exporlencob t th e m n ers, and a t tm es aroused h s h eyrere to enthualafo b y th e re la ton o f deeds or h erosm, som e o f w h ch he sad w ou ld 1 e n hstory, by men o f th e com pany to ch h e w a s attach ed. H e a lso p sld a h gh tr bute to M r. 0. W. B ran. C h ef E le c trc a l E n g to eer f o r R alw a ys, o f w hom he aad th e M nng C o rp s n ev e r had a b ette r frend, T h e lectu re w as gv en t y p erm sson o f the D epa rtm en t o f R e p a tru to a, and th e proceedy a r c to b e d evoted to th e S oldlera C h e e r - W Fund. CVC PRDE. - V ACSm tla S CHEF CTES. m e d c a l RESEARCH WORK! TWO STEDENTSHPS O F F E R E M E.BO U RN1:. W ednm day. T e A d s tra d m H gh C om m lm lon er n London has cab led to e P rm e M n s te r s offlce tb a t the R o y a l S o ce ty, B u rln gton H ouse, L o n d o **,, ton s retu rn able h y O ctober 31 f o r tw o F o r - lo a studentsh p * o f *>0 P " a re oneo to both eexos. tenablo fo r th re e years, n th e frst n su n eo. o r a to ta l o f s s y e a rs on atudentahlps a re fo r dta m edcne, m provem ent n the tr tm c n t o f dssave and r e le f o f human snffcrlng. C anddates m u st b e o f BdUsh n a to n a lu *, One hears so much about th e defects o f our cltlcb, th at t s refresh n g to learn th e re 1* an oth er sde lo the subject, as M r. John Sul- M D m ade clear n hs lectu re last even ng at the U n versty. P ro m the a rllett tm es tow n d w e llers have found the necessty o f som e c en tral open space, w h ere they m ght m eet, and n atu ra lly the chef publa buldngs w ere bult around the area. Tha form ed tbe c vc 1 centre, the vsble m anfestaton o f cvc prde, whch s a m arked characterstc o f alm ost a ll nsodb but our own. Am on gst our cousns, the Am ercans, sad -Mr. Sulman. e ve ry tow n o r c ty o f an y n- p ortence possesses ts cvc plannng com m sson. volu n tary bodes o f lead ng ctzens, who fnd th o money to prepare a scheme o f rv lc m provem en t lo be w orked up to and carred - out as funds perm t. Mr. Sulman llu strated hs lectqre by a large number o f sldes, show ng th e cvc centres of tbe M ddle Ages, and the Renassance n E urope, and those proposed n the Unted S tates and G reat B vtaln a t tbe present tme. T u rn n g to th e p ossbltes o f our chef ctes, h e sad. A delade, H obart, and Sydnoy w ere tb e most p rom sng; B rsbane and P erth next and M elbourne last o t all. n Sydney th e la r e a around Hyde Park and.macquare S treet, n atu ra lly suggested ts e lf, and by sldes and ; d escrpton tbe lectu rer ahowed b ow the acheme prepared by the councl o f the T ow n P lan n n g Assocaton throe o r fou r years e go, snd e x h bted at the A d elad e and Brsbane c on fer- eoces, m gh t be c arre d out a t the mnmum o f cost and the maxm um o f convenlenre t m ust be rem em bered, he added, "th a t tb e re s a p ractcal as w e ll ea an aesthetc ade to the ouesllon. the p roper correla ton o f pub- 1 le b uldngs ben g e n m p ortant fa c to r!u! eronom lc and effcent governm cm nt. C vc p rde s, th erefore, to b e enconraged, as t s the source o f a ll c vc progress. * 1 A m eetn g was held yesterd a y a fte rn o o n a t St. A n d rew s Cath ed ral C hapter H ouse, fo r th * ; purpose o f launchng the P ea ce T h a n k sgvn g e ffo vl T h e S w te G o vern o r presded. T h e season o f Synod o f th e D ocese o f f*yd- ney. h eld n Septem ber, 1917, reso lved tb a t a t, to e close o f tbe w a r a P ea ce Tbanh R gvng Fund be eetablsh ed. T b * o b ject e f th e fund 1* to rase C8&.000 fo r (11 U e foundaton o f p rofess orsh p s a t M oore C o lle ge; (2) bursares fo r can ddates fo r H o ly Orders, p referen ce beng g v e n to U n v e rsty gradu ates o r o f th ose who h a v e m atrcu lated, and d es lr* to c om p lete tb e lr u n v ersty courae: (3) th e m p ro re m e n o r ac- qu atlon o f land aod b u ldngs o f M oo re C olle go, as a frst charge, and to e rem an d er o f th * allo tm en t to be fo r gen era l purposes o f the c o l l ; (4) tran n g o f wom en fo r the w o rk o f [ th e Church, and to assst th e fund fo r sp e ca l, re lgo u s n stru cton n publc schools.. Arch deacon M artn w a «appon ted as com m sson er. M essrs. J. M. S a n fe and W. E. Sbaw, hon. la y treonurers, and S. S co tt-y o u n g hon., la y aecretary. T h e G o vern o r spoke o f hs own b ro th er, who w as V tcar o f St. Jam es, B eth n al G reen, and Who made a p on t o f k eep n g a th e o log ca l stud en t at Oxford. H e conuaended ths exam ple to anyone n the gat>erl (> H e had read that H p er e * B t o f A u s tra llh deem ed tb e m e lv e s C h rsta n s, but on ly 20 p er cent, e v e r w e n t to church. n N o rth A m erca, h o w eyer. w h e re the T la t e r Bghts a re lon g, cold, and dark, people d es re aom e p lace o f reunon. T h e c h u rc h th e re opens t «doora and m akes ts e lf tba p lace o f soc a l reunon, and the c le r g y becom e thc socal leaders. "T o u h a r t dlfflcn ltes h e r e." h e ctmtlnued. "a s yo u have a p erfe ct outdoor c lm a te, and y o u r p eople h a v e advanced v ew s oa eq o a llty, s od show udw llngncss to scc ep t reotra ln t. Y o u r c lerg y m u st have sp eca l tran n g to ena b le them to becom e th e s o c larsa d ers o f th er p e o p le." Archbshop W rg h t m ored T h a t thla m e etn g o l church peop le, ben g codvlqccd th a t tbe w e ll-b e n g o f the Church o f EoglBnd n ths d ocese depends la r g e ly on tb e effcen cy o f th e m n ls ty, p led ges t s e lf to do a ll d ts p ow er to help to forw a rd th e appeal whch s n ow ben g m ade fur , fo r th e b e t u r tra n n g o f tbe c le rg y and oth er objects. T h * A reh b lrto p re fe rre d to M o o r* O o lleg e as h avn g done g r e a t %ork. but t had beeo starved. n th e last tb re e y e a rs th e colle ge bad g o t n to d eb t to th c tu ne o f about Mr. S. a c o tt-y o n n g uptm fted th e m o to a, L b V h W3S carrltrd unanm ously. A rrbd eacon M artn rep o rtel th at alrea dy eeon has been con trbu ted tn th ree weeks. Subscrptons am ou ntng to LTA) w e re prom sed a t bc m eetn g. F o llo w n g a re som e o f thr. a o o u n u : W. H. Shaw 10W. gad S r :nhael H ord ern. M f? *rs. J, M. Sandy, H. 11. tcnlrcn. Bosh. M m er. and R od n ey > n m r., ffoc each. 1 S Y D N E Y, T U E S D A Y. S13PTEMBBR 9, 19U. WOMEN S COLLEGE. EXTENSON FUND GROWNG. Nearly half the moofey requred for the buldn g o f the n ew w n g o f tb W om en s C o llege. n m em ory o f ts la te p rn cpal, M ss M acdonald, has now been rased. T h e sum am ed a t s 15000, lo whch the G overn m en t w ll add an equal sum, and H7D0 b oa s tll to be collected. T b o w n g s m ore b ad ly needed now than e v e r; there has been re ceved alrea dy so m any applcaton s fo r w ou ld-be resdents o f the e o lle g r n ext y e a r that t looks SB though l l w ll be puaslble to fll the w n g long b efore there s a w n g to DU. Hundreds o t le tte rs are beng sen t out n v tn g subscrptlods, and the responses have, BO far, been v e ry encouragng. But th a t 2275 b wanted a t the e a rle st poselbl m om ent. B U n. D N G A N D A R C H T E C T U R E. 7 TRANNG THE C LE R G y AM TO RASE 25,000. W DOCESAN a NK-OFFERNG. CAN ARCHTECTUHE BE t a u g h t? T t e au e.llo n w h T O er taught a aubwared n th e afflrm au m g h t be e p e e le d - 6 r tho th e Char o t A tch le ctn to a t the h n lv B ltt o t Sydney. n hh naugnral addreaa la s t» e e k. P ro te ee o r W Ulnaon aad; T he devclonm ent o t archllectuea n p actee la e e n tn g e n t upon tho progreaa o t tho academ e w o rk o t tho o ch oola 11 u.ed to bo ooto.led th a t aa archlteotnro s a h ae art. tem n erem on t and lo elln g. t taught, and that, th crefere. a ll schools w e re a deluson and a snare, th at great a rch lte c U are beaven born genuses, who requ re no On tb e o th er hand, som e sad th at a ll that waa requ red wea an engneers tran n g, th s m odern arch tectu re s p ractc a lly engneerng- A th rd group * e «n e d content w th thngs as th e y haa b e e n - a muddlng along, chance sb- soclatod, exsm n sllon s optonal, w th ou t currcu la or 0 eflnte courses o f am satsfed th at n E urope and Am erca, w e are on tbe tru e road, and t s ntended to conduct a c o u w b w ed on the practce o f e x s tn g schools «t may be found sdvlssb le, to* the specal clr- cumsuncee ot ths c o u o t " A rch tectu re e overs.t wde feld, no par raust be neglected. On the one hand.» thorough groundng n scentfc prncples and th e dc- ta ls o f m odern w ork are «f other, the enooursgem ent a r lu tc sense. Some bent tow ards one sde, some to other- m ust buld up tho defcency, and am a t tuts- tng out e ""lc n la thoroughly rrooecw, p o s «s s s d o f fne t «t e «o M s e w. broad sym pathes, fu ll o f m agn aton and d ew, sannorted by th e p ractcal com m on t** sklled con sru cor. organser, and supervsor. S Y D N E V, S A T D K D A Y, S E P T E M D E R T " UNTVfRSTf r 8Y»fE T k P r l. - H ~ <u>ptpmh r l<hb. for wth * thorongh K te c s l Efaxmc-rte of h - t o W.B uhl B.gWhw. b Y D N E Y, T U E S D A Y, S E P T E M B E R N v m r o r VsYDSfEf-: pollmtfcm? wll be w h e d up to Tuesdxy, the 8Pth - r SoptcTlKT, from gvntlpmcn -q":;«ed to hold U rr portloo nf.erfurer and DemanBtnWf tn the Drpart-, xorot of ChemEtry. Pe Lecfarer ppolntr wll be. vqutred to dckole hk whole tme to Uoverrlv dutle*, w d c r thr Urn. Uo* r the ProfeMor of Chemshy- Oatneadng a U rr. SSO, mhjtct to the protom of tbe.n-w Komh Wales 8u>enutnuatl0B A c t be apr sntnent wll date from tle rt r March, JW>. urt-er putnolan may U obtsned from the wdep- rgtced. y! E. BABEP. We y en and Beg-trar. f 01E LM V E R S rff" Applkston wll be rorelved up to Taesday, the SOtb of September, from gentlesen qallfled to bold tw pwtnn-uf Lecurer aad Denvnatretor a the De-, panmeet of Geology. Tho eetvrer apponted wll be Tequho (o dvtote hta whole Use to Unvendty dutes, wder the fawtructton* of the Prrnwoc r Geology.. Oorrnneaener mlsr.v. tsso. nbjpct to tbe provdodb at tbe New South WaUe SuperenouetCT Act. Tbe p. wolntmenf * ll.hue fmm the lat r Jwnny, MW- Frtler fktuculun caay be obtsfned from the under, tened. H. R. BARP7, V x rfe and Reghtm. E W Y v w L s T? y b r b v d n b t. AppleatOfa wll be receved np to Tuaday, the oth r September, from gentemea quajoed to bold tbe poetoq r Lechrer Denonstnlor n the Da C rtment of Pbyloloty. The Lecturer appohted wfll.t»*.tu»ted to devote hta whole tme to Unverrtal P b j under the nstrucona of the Prreswr of Commencng o lajy. 3». anbject to the protron! r the hew South Wales Suprnnnuatoa Art. The appontment wll date from tbo 1st of Novembea -Pur- tber partcuan may be obtaned from tbe umlendgned. L E. m R KF. -, Wacn and Qegstnr. Weptber 6th. _ Lw rve R drrr A w H T O m «11 h. n o rtm l»p. TonAw. t t. toth of Reptomber, trorn gwueme. qualfed to bold j the poston of Lectnrer and Dnnonalrator n tbe D p a r e n t of Eleotrcol Fjrmcerfng. The Lo-tunw ap-. rotated wll be requred tn dcvoe h* whole tme to LDverstr due, under the r.-.:nrt(w rt thf.t staunj *p>fe.«or of Klecrlul Engncerug. O-t. mendns «U r v, 3»<>, subject to the pto d-, nf tl. Wevr.qnah Wale* S. erannnatnn Art. The nppnu-.tj went wtll date from tlmr rt o( Noverjh--r. rfe tlclam may be obuued from the on.5endpned. * L E. BARX. -. Warden and Begtatrsr.f T l - E S D A T, S E P T E M T le R 9, FRST OF TS - * -AN EXPERMENTAL SCHOOL (B T r. J. HE.NRY.) T h s school a t B rghton-le-s an d s w ag fou r ded tw o ye srs ago by.mr. P e te r Board, D re c to r o f E ducaton, who b eleves th at th e n n - culum o f P u b lc sch ools n vo lv es tb e expen dture o f an n ord n a te am ount o f tm e upon p u rely th e o retca l educaton, an d w bo wshed to dem onstrate th a t f o n ly h a lf the o rd n a ry tm e w ere d evoted to th e o retca l nstru cton, and th e re s t to "s u b je ct nstruc* tlon, c hjdrn would g e t on as w e ll p gen eral educaton, w b fle t a t th e sam e tm e rscevtn g a p ra c tlc a! obje c tv e educaton. Mr. B oard p ers o n a lly (esgned th e scbonl upon m od el a rch te c tu ral lnes. t 1 a on e- sto ry butdlng. stan d n g n fou r and a bat at cs o f land, and bus scrommodatlob. fo r ab ou t 450 pthtls- T h e conspcuoub fea tu re fro m an outw ard nspecton a th s t t seems b u lt o f glass. n v s tn g th e sch ool sc- com panod M r. 8. H. Sm th. n sp ecto r u t C oo- lm s to n Schnels. w b o s b roth er o f the c ele b ra te d Dr. G ra fton E llo t t Smth- W e w ere re ce v ed b y Mp. P e rc v a l B. Cox, B.A., who bas been headmaster snce tbo scbool was founded, and who conducted ua through and spent a cnupte o f h o u rs n fu lly e xp la n n g and do- m o n tra ln g the m ethods. On e n tern g w as surprsed to fnd m yself n a gym nsfllum T h e cen tre o f th e school con ssts o f ll large h all, w tb a ta n -b a rk floor, p le n tfu lly p rovd ed w th a ll sorts o f gym nastc applan ces. O penng o ff thc gym n a el m. on each sde, arc a num ber o f clasjrooms. so uonstructed th at th e r outer w a lls con sst o f a sere s o f g la s s panel wndows, swung to open outw ards to a rg h t an gle, -so th at e v e ry room s open to tb a r. T b o doors b y w hch the room s arc cnt r«l fro m thc gym nasum s re con stru cted on s m la r prn cp les, so th a t when both d oors and w n d ow s a re open th e a r bas an u n ob stn clcd crcu laton rgh t throngh th * w h o le b nldlng. whch s thu* con verted nto w h a t s p ra c tc a lly a huge op n-ar flh d. K or a c erta n porlod n arh day the chldren a re a llo w ed lo e x e rc se on the bars, sw n gn g o r b o rzo n ta l ladders, aud oth er gym nastlo s p - pllancea. A num ber o f th p u p ls perform ed gym n B stlr evo lu to n s n a capable and grach - fll m anner. T b e e xercses a re conducted n sueh B w a y as to n crease the m uscular and chest cap acty o f tb rb lldren and develop th e r pb.vslqne ge n era lly. Care s taken that no b ov o r g r l shall occupy an y d ep artm ent o f tb gytonattm exnlusvnly. so th a t w h lst tb ey becom s ta r p erfo rm e rs oth ers n o t so tyofl- cen t h ave to stand and w at. D u rn g th * m orn n g sesson th e srh ool U la r g e ly devoted to the th e o retca l n stru ctlorf osa alv.ln an o rd n a ry prm ary v.ehool. T h afternoow sesson s devoted ms ln ly to sub- ect teach n g. t has been fv D d.th a t tbs mnd o f a blld becom es ra p R y exhausted, tnd tb a t a fte r a certan perod frf applca ton ts re ce p tv e p ow er falls. f th e chld s s e p t a t m entaf e xercses to o long, h s work becom es n ot o n ly u s clessl but actu ally njurou s to h t* m en tal developdlpt. T b e ob- je e t o f th s sch ool s to cease js en ta l e xe r- clars b efo re tbe p ero d ft e rlu u ston com mences. and to s w tch the p p n o o te e x e r cses w bch d ev elo p th e r m uscular system and. th e r p ow er to co-ord tn atc th m nd to th * hand, th e eyes, s n the an. Thus certan boys a t on p ero d o f th e aftern oon w n he set o gardenng, oth ers w ll bqf taught varlona handcrafts assocated wth r o j n t r y. d raw n g to scalc-x rom actu al objecfs, sm ple tn w ork, and e le m e n U ry b larfcsm hlng, and se forth. A fo r g e w th ro ta ry b llo w s s pro. vded. T n e g rls a re taught d offestc econnmy n ts varo u s groups, and o n «(O la ss was b e n g tau gh t bnw to make tbe m ost sp p etsln g. dshes by vsrtoua w a ys o f c oo k n g e g fe. and at tb e sam e tm e gv en p racton n form aton re gard n g tb e m a rk e t prces and food vslu es o f the m a terals used. The artlclet cooked are fo r s a l" to th e pupls, eth er f o r nneb o r to u k e home, and th e applancea OUde b y the boys a re also fo r aale. F rom th eoe v aro u s" sources a f a r retu rn s reeetved, whch goes to w ard s the upkeep o f the erhortl. Tb g ttls b1»6 have a m odel laondrv. and a rc ta u gb t to w asb and ro n th e r clotbesfa... t (

35 "ne m eet a ttra c tv e d ep artm ent s *be M n o t o rt. t..l<asa-«u tn end ren n f from f to 7 y e a rs dlhportlng th so M lvea as f n p lay, but a ll th e tm e learuldk the elem en ts o f noatnesa and ord er, faov to dlstngutft cotours, and becom e a r- nrtomed to speak and b eb ave to each oth er n a coorteou s m anner. T he room looked lk e a h uge nuursery. T he lady o ohargo played on the pano, aod th e chld ren marched around w th steps co-ord n ated to the tuna, thne le a rn n g p ra c tc a lly to understand w b a t rhythm masns. W hen th s tnaslc ceased ths chldren w e re d rected to «t out puzsle and eolou r-boaes, and tb e lt t le to ts arranged th em selres o n m ats o o tb e floo r and commenced to fx th e varo u s colo u r schem es to g eth er o r to m ake up puzzle p ctu res from tba m lflcellaneous c ollecto n o f p eces o f w ood a t th er dsposal. t w as qu te n sp rn g to the eagern ess and happness exh bted by ]th e chldren n th s d ep artm en t. T b e stro n gest m presson T re ce v ed durng tbe T lslt w as tbe eagern ess w hch the chld - ren d splayed n fo llo w n g tbe subjects ta n g h t [T h e fa rt th at, n a school a lm ost e n tre ly a t- tended b y w ork tn g-class chld ren w th a ro ll o f m o re than 409 pupls, th e avera ge d a lly attendance s o ve r 90 pe# c e n t o f those enrolled. la th e b est possble tc stm o n a] to ts p opularty. K o oth er la rg e p rm a ry school n N ew South W a le s can b oa st such a hgh d a ly avera ge attendance. Tn fact, the m - prcsaon g o t was th at th e chld ren a t the school, nstead o f feg n n g stcknesq, w ll. f slrk, p reten d to be w o ll tn o rd er to ge t to school. ; One dlflculty, h ow ever, s th a t th s ty p e o f school s exp ensve to run. t c osts TO p er cent, m ore than an o rd n a ry p rm ary school fo r the sam e nnnbor o f pupls. t s, how ever, an exp erm ent w h ch n attra ctn g th e atten ton o f edu caton sts fro m a ll o ve r Australa. And le, ndeed, th e o n ly scb o ol n f ts knd n th e w orld. t a the dream o f Mr, B o art th a t th s ty p e o f school s h a ll even - tn a lly supersede the o rd n a ry prm a school, land should ths occur N e w South W a le s w lt have good cause to con gratu late h ersef oa the Rcentlfc thomghnpsa w th whch h er.drecto r o f ednraton has studed ju venle ychology. THTTRSDAY, SEPTEM BER 11, p n g U N T V E f S n r O P S Y B N T O NOnOB k hereby gven That HOBDAY. N O V a lw a Toth, fam been proekmw n the "Oaaette by the Oorenor a* the day on whlc* jnembets of the e*kt- tog Senate dall rrtre. and the Vtcanree created by mch retrement toall be flued s accordance wh the of the UnTerslty Amendnet Act UlS. On tbat dky there w ll be as Electon of Ten Pel- towa by ttae Graduates of ttae UnTersty. Under ttae bylass so perrea wll be elgble for eecckm mlcn he name atall bare been comanm- cated to the Segntrar under the banda of two qualned vrtm, not earler than Monday. Seprembar» t h, nor Uter than Monday. October 3th. n toe etsnt of more tban ten canddates brng pro- S std, the electon v fl] be conducted bv ballot ot e cndnates votng personally, or by vong papws transmtted hrongb the poat, a prarded by bylaw. Ttae Ballot wll be taken at the rooms of the Royal Socety, EHaabeth-ftreet, on HOhDAY, BOVEHBEB UU). oxnmeodg at 10 am., and closng at 6 p.m. VOTTOQ mr POST. Bylaw 18 (d ) prordee aa fo llo re -A t any tme after the notauatlon of the day of electon, aad not Uter than the thrd day before the day of electon, a duly fpalfled voter wbo derrh to vote by post mav apply n wrtng for a votng paper te the RegstrV. and therenpon the Eegstar shall forward the rotng paper to nto applcant as soon as posrble. Al votng p p e n ttbdsmtced by po«t fc accordance wth tho bylaws, aad recctsd at the Dnfrerty not later than R m. on the day of electon, wll be counted n the _ QTTALFCATTOVS O f VOTERS. _The Unversty Amendment Act. 191S, 9 0 Any e le c t of Fellows by tbe gradnatw of the OnTerntT toall be by ttae folow W prama of the m of twenty.one years, namely: f t ) Fellows. (b) O f f l deekred by ths Act to have tbe SSdK, (e ) Qfvdurtee keeptag tber name* n accordance wth; w bylaw n that behalf on the Regster of the r S l l *.. Tha Un- Drtrree of Uaster or Doctw. (d> Bftchelofs ar rl other person# wbo obtnn any cerrbcate whkh the Senate by brlaw declara to be equvalent to the Derree ofbachelor n. E. BART, W e n and Becbtrar. C ;r S ponrp H o r jfjrraa. SATURDAY, S B TE M B E R 13, 101!). W a r d. R)T»tenbcr 8, at Oxford, Knjdand. c. and Ht». F. of Sydney, " - w 1? MU. of Qcnkatta.. Mar n»n * SYDXEY UyVEESTY. J e le c t o n o f sen a te. T he ftrnt te c tlo a o f m em bera o t th e Senate o f the U n v erelty u f S ydney eloce 1913 w ll be bejd. accord n g to O a e tte " p roclam aton, by the O ovorn or, on M onday. N o v. la, ou whch date m em bers o f the e xs tn g S enate shal retre. On th e sam e d ay th ere w ll be an electo n o f 10 F e llo w s by the gradu ates o f the nlrersty. A m e etn g o f women gra d u ate* o f th e S ydney V n v fr s lty s ca1r>( fo r Thu rsday next at 8 p.m.. a t S ta n w ay House, K lr g - e tr e r t. to select a rand d ata s r th e U alvcraltj a *p M e e leo - * * n v v V DOt k u e r th a s T erw e - L,n *.r - d O-fcb.r. - n. (knuemen qoauaed,th Peutun ef F R o r f c «O f t O P H B W a h l «be apfwrted tea a perod of sevca be re-appotmcd. kjaty ac the rau v f..<1) per mmto, w tbw t p m k n. Be wu aot %lowrl to rugae* to ortbary ftdtn g lardral pm.. >.ut MtMC eoaflw tauaelf CO such eomultng T.""*, «< thv Seaat*. wll not rterffv.rfb hk t.nlvefkty dute. He wll be. tnl tu nter upon h l d a tl«cm the 1st ot laruh,. LrtlOT nfontatlob may be obuwd from the tm- T a E. BAWT. y adec and BrFrtnw f x v u f c r r f Ok»ftooa -;du be receved up to Tto-aber. from Oentleroen qnaufled to brfd u ot JCCTL EER X HATKM.tTlCa. Ce*. sary ESJo prr tmwsa, rw kr by atmtau AM, up to a marvnu of per a.. v t to the prrr-rfm ef the.sew SoU jptabnnaoa A.-. Tbe.cr v p a r a l A U tto m n Appled Uatbe-: wll be e s p e r t o to c\n»do~t ckssra n vnn- us lvh t lw dav. wll he lequrrd vr upon bs la H-".-*;. 3, rorthm, ru.s- mey bs efcfctaa* f j r - - H. a : OLD SY DNEANS. GLOROUS PART N THE WAR. W E L C O M E 1 0 S O L D E t S. A t th e annual sm oke c o n c ert and reunleu o f th e O ld Sydnolans U n o n la a t n gh t, aa enthusastc w elcom e w a s exten d ed to L e u tenant H. N. P. Slom an, M.C. (h ea dm aatert, Leu ten an t W a lte r M. M arks, B.N.V.R., U eu- tcn an t-c olon el H. O. C a rte r. D.S.O-. sad <>thet old boys o f th e Sydney G ra m m ar S ch ool, who have returned ro m a c tv e aervoe. n th t absence o f th e presden t, M r. R. J- D la fk, M.L C.. who s n Queensland, the rlc e-p re s* dent. M r. H. A. R ssen, w a s n th e ch»l-. O w n g to llla e s s, Mr. A.. S. Lucag, M.A-. was unable to be p resent. M r. F ra n k ln (h eadm aster o l th e M elb ourn e G ram m.*r (School), and h ls b roth er, who a an n stru c to r a t th e R o y a l N a va l C o le g e, w e re p res e n t ua gu ests o f tho unon., M r. R u ssell announced th a t th e m em ortft fund w as grow ng. (A p p la u s e.) t sto o d at about n cludng th e eub»crlpu <<a ot S r Sam uel H o rd ern M r. H. V c a rs. 500: M r. J. O. F a lr la x, 500; M r. " m. V c a r., 250; Mr. L u d aw lcl, 1» ; M r. O o r- rlon V c a r., 30; anj M r. K «e. S o w lm. J0- Y l f o r w. l M "T D «H ead m aater and O t r.r Old S jd n o lan a.- M r. K uaaall utsa d a t f e l m ust n ever- fo r g e t th e good th a t had been done n th e p «. T h e y m u st n e v e r fo r g e t those who had m ade th e SRcrfces, and t rested w th th e old b oys o f tha sch ool to put up som e fltttn g m em o ral o f the th ose who fou gh t and th ose who f e ll n the g re a t w ar. (A p p la u s e.) T h a t m em ortal would s h o rtly be b u lt. (A p p la u s e.) T be 5000 n s g h t w as n o t m ore than oue-slxth o f w h a t waa needed. M r. Som an to th e G ram m ar S chool 18 m ouths b e fo re th e w ar. H e cam e to Bydney a you n g m an. ann. ss fa r as th e S ydney G ram m ar S chool was concerned, an untred m an. M r. S lom an hsd a d ffcu lt task n fo llo w n g th e la t e M r. W e g a ll, w h o w as p re-e m n e n t n b la g eu era-, tlon W hen M r. Slom an v o lu n teered he w a s; rejected on accou n t o f h s e y e s g h t, but w en t to E ngland and dd n o t r e s t u n tl he had th e opporsunty o f a c tv e s e rv c e t e th e Oed- H e aerved n -Franco w th db tln ctfon and.1, V nwvmrtor. W th glo ry. (A p p la u s e.) «e w as and he won th e hgh d stn cto n o f tb e M ll- > ta ry Cross. (A p p la u s e.) N o w b e w a s hack, no lo n ger a strs n ger, but an n te g ra l part o f th e school. (A p p la u s e.) H e had f-osw ered the same ca ll and had fe lt tha p u ll o f th e sam e trad to n s as tb e o th e r b oy s o f th e school. (A p p la u s A ) t w as no m ean r e cord th a t 1800 old Srtnelana volu n te ere d, anrt tw o hundred o f them earn ed d ecoraton s. t w as no mean sacrfce th a t 280 o f th e m had pad the fnal prce of vctory. An old boy had ju s t com e back to tb e shores o f Au s- tr a la who proved to b e on e o f th e gre a tes t c a v a lry loaders o f m odern tm es, A n o th e r o ld b oy had planned th e successful atta ck ou V llle r s Breton n eu x. (A p p la u s e.) T he Old SyrtnelBDS U n on hoped to m ake tho m em oral w o rth y o t the fa lle n and o f th e lv -. ng. (A p p la u s e.) T h e to a st h a v n g h een drunk w th m u *lc:l honours, M r. Sloman responded. l e hop.-d th a t b efo re n ex t y e a r tb e y w ou ld h ave a m em oral w o rth y o f those w h o had (a le n. T h endow m ent fund w ou ld b e used n a v e r y largo d egree n g v n g th e m a sters o f th e srh o.d an adequate salary w h le th e y w e re w o rk n g, and w hat was ju s t as m p o rta n t, an a d e q u a f: penson when th e r w o rk n g lf e w aa o ver. (A p p lau se.) T h e y should n o t fo r g e t th ose who had durng th e w a r c a rre d on n a q u e t w a y th e w o rk w hch had to be done a t hom e. Leu ten an t W a lte r M. M ark s and L cu ten an *- Colonel H. O. C a rte r. D.S.O., a ls o responded. T h e fo r m e r spok e, o f th e trad to n s o f th e school lo yalty, honou r, va lo u r, resp e ct fo r women, and n.o ry tlln s th a t w a, -worth h o M ln j dear w h e re ve r the old boys w en t. (A p p la u s e ) A m u scal and e lo c u to n a ry p ro gram m e w as con trbu ted t o h y M essrs. A lb e r t Ooosscne. T ed W rg h t Dr. W. C. R. H ough. B a rry, and A rn o ld R. M ote. T h e la t te r s th e oompoe.dr o f the m usc o f th e sch ool song, R a lly Roun.l the Fla g. Boys. (Dr. K a tfo A r tllll has retu rn ed to S ydney j fro m a c tv e s erv c e, a fte r h a v n g spen t 4ft years w tb th e B rltfs b R ed C ross an d Royal A rm y M ed ca l (jo rp s n F ra n ce, E nglan d, and E gyp t. n con n ecton -wth tb e S ydney D n ve ra ty W o m en s U n on a m e etn g o l tb e F a c u lty o f :A rts w a s b eld on Thu rsdstf n tb e h sto ry lectu re-ro o m a t the D n ve ra ty to read and dscuss th e c on s ttu to n o f th e n ew ly -fo rm ed, A r ts S ooety. T h e c on sttu to n, w h ch has been draw n up b y M r. L e e and s c o m m tte e o t A rts nndeeraduates, p ro vd es f o r both o rd n ary and h onorary m om bershlp. O rd lh ary fm em bers m ay b e an y student, w h e th e r m a trl- dulated o rlu n m a trlc a la to d. n atten da n ce a t lectu res n th e F a cu lty o f A rts, as w e ll as a ll graduates n A r ts o f a n y u n v e r s t y w h a tso- ; ever, and the p ro fo s so rll and teach n g s ta ff o f tb e F a cu lty o f A rts. H on oray m em bersh p shall b e con ferred b y a gen era l v o t e o f tho socety. T b e " A r t s Journ al w ll b e n co r- jm rated n tb e g p cc ty a l th e end o f th e year. ltoc a m o f th e o rga u ls a tlo n a t o h old re g u la r m eetngs a t w hch p ap ers o o su b jects o f gen e- -ral {m e r e s t w ll b e read, fo llo w e d b y gen era l dlseuealooa T b e n au gu ra l m e etn g w ll b e.held e a rly n n ex t term. P r o fe s s o r.m&c- Calluxn, th e Doan o f th o F a c u lty o f A r ts, w bo s tbe patron o f tb o A r ts B o c lfty. w ll d elv er tbe open n g speech. T h e d ate -wll b e posted later, a fte r n om n aton s h ave been re ce v ed fo r tbe com mtu-e. to com prse tw o gradu ates, one e ven n g student, and y e a r rep rcsen ta- jttcb n tb e F a cu lty o f A rts, j A n essay com p etton s b en g o rga n sed t e ad o f tho funds o t tb o A u strau an Studcntaf c h rls a n Unon. A n y man. w M nan. o r c h ld n A u stra la m a y taka p art. The s u b je c t w ll be "A n d ea! S ch ool: T h e Scbool to w b cb should lk e to go. T h e ra w ll b e no re stro -,o n aa to the leurttt pr m ethod o f trea tm on t. Any hook m ay b e conauued. b u t a ll ob lg p tlon a mu8t be acknow ledgntl. E n tre s w ll close on m ecem b or S, T h e la tes t d a te for <-evlng.essays a t th e varo u s u n lro ra tc s -wll he Janu ary E n try form s a r e o b ta n able from tbe hon. s ec re ta ry, n.d. C oach n g lassoclatlon. M an n ng H ouse. S yd n ey O n vc r- [s ty. S cbolarahps and b u r? a re «w ll be w ard ert fo r th e b es t essays p ro p o rto n a te to be an m b er o f e n tre s receved. C a stlere a g b -jtree t. a W elcom n g th e _ o f th e e v e n n g,,m r a O. A. YN ood sad th s t both M lsa M acdonald and H s s W lla m s en tered npon offce when tb e c o lle g e w a s m a k n g a pabllc appeal fur funds then to r tb e o rg n a l buldng, now fo r th e new w n g. A n e x c e llen t m uscal p rogram m e w aa o o otrb u te d b y M U s E lsabeth B n c. M lsa O Connor, aod M rs. C r e a A m on g th oee p rea en t w e re M rs, H. OrocQ. M rs. E. F u b a rd ln g *. M r a E. G rffla, M M H e rb ert (s e c re ta r y ), M ss D aphos A r m strong, * -.a n d M ss Hnder. S Y D N E Y. M O N D AY. S E P T E M B B! THE ENGNEERS* DUTY. HS WORK ON LFE PROBLEMS. PROGRESS AND PRODlCTON. A ft e r a lap se o f fo u r y e a rs th e S r P e t e r N lc o! R u s se ll S ch ool o f B n gln eern g a t th e U n v e r s ty o f S ydney ren ew ed th e h o ld n g ol th e annual dnn er on Saturday n gb t a t tb e F re s h P o o d aad c e Com pany s room s. K n g S tre e t. A la rge g a th ern g w as p resd ed o v e r b y M r. C. O. C rane, w h o re ce n tly retu rn ed fro m tb e fron t, a fte r th re e yea rs s erv c e w th th e R o y a l F ly n g Corps. T h o se p resen t ncluded o fe s s o r D a v d (w h o w a s accorded a rem ark a b le recep to n on a r r v a l accom paned b y c re s o f "G o o d O! D g g e r. fro m th e un d ergrad uates). M r. J. tavaser (C h e f R a lw a y C o m m sson er). M r. J. J. K ln g -S a lte r [ (m a n a g e r o f C ockatoo D o ck yard ). P ro fe s s o r W a rren, o f th e E n g n e e rn g School, M r. D. F. H a r rc k e (p res d en t o f th e E n g n e e rn g A * * soc a to n o f N e w South W a le s, M r. P. P. K n eesh aw (p resd en t o f th o E le c trc a l A s socato n o f N ew South W a le s ), and others. T o a s ts n s len ce w e re drunk to th e m em ory o f S r P e t e r N. R u s se ll and o f m em bers o f tha sch ool w b o had sacrfced tb e r lv e s on a c tv e s erv c e. A s a c om plm en t th e to a st o f "T h e V s to r s. * p ro p o sed b y M r. J. P. T v e y, w a s g v en flrst. K r. J. F ra acr (C h e f R a lw a y C o m m sson er) sad ttae e n g n e e rn g p rofesson bad been s tra n ed to U utm ost (o p res e rve c lvlltaatlo n. (H e a r, h ea r.) T he G enp gn engn eers asp red to d e s tro y c v ls a to n and -to re p la ce t w ltb k u ltu r" o r G erm sn evlla a tlo n. Thank God, th e A lle s possessed engn eers w b o cou ld m eet. and b ea t, th e G erm ans, h g h ly tran ed as th e y w ero. TTere w ae n ot one con trva n ce n tro -! duced h y th e O erm an e n gn eer but w as b e tte red j a t a la te r stage b y h s B rts h com peers. (H e a r, h ea r.) [ M uch had been done b y engn e e rs d u rn g the. la s t fv e years, but th e r task fo r tho fu tu re j w a s g o n g to be n fn tely gre a ter. C vlu sa-, tlo n h a4 to be resto red to tho n ew c on d to n s j w h lcb bad com e n to th e w o rld o w n g to the w a r. t was th e p ro vn ce o f th e e n g n e e r lo c rea te som ethn g th a t w ou ld o ffset. n som e m easure, th e g re a t ncrease n th e c ost ot lv n g, due to th e demand and a rg h t damsnd o f a ll p eop le th rou gh ou t the w o rld f o r b ette r con d ton s o f lfe. P rodu cton m u st be e ffected a t a lo w e r c o s t than b efo re. Ne-w m ach tn ery would b a v e to b e c rea ted to enable p rodu cton to be n creased a t a g r e a te r ra te tb a n b efo re. T o th e undergrafuates he sad : H o n o r you r p ro fesso n b y your fu tu re a c to n. M r. D, P. J. H e rrc k s (p resd en t. E n g n e e rn g A s s o c a to n ) n h s r e p ly re fe rre d to th e fo r - m a tlo o o f a C om m on w ealth n sttu te o f E n g neers. A t p resent tb e engn eers w e re much d sn te gra te d, an d con sequen tly bad no force. T h e n sttu te w a s wanted, and on th s p o n t th e re "was a unanm ous opn on la N e w South W a le s, T b e p resd en t o f th e E le c trc a l A s s o c a to n M r. K n e e sh a w ) added th at to r so b m tm e th e y had been try n g to buld up busness w th th e.east and n d a n (h e e x p o rt o f tbe m anufac- tures o f raetal. U n fo rtu n a te ly th e re p o rts re - celved show ed th a t tb e opnon n th e E aat was t t th e A u stra la n w orkm an s m o tto -was G ood cmough! f w e wshed to buld up an bbusneeg o u r w orlonen m ust b e edu- G ood «lerport ca te d up lo a b e lt e r standard. T h a t w a s the p ro vc e o f the e n g n eern g graduates. T h e to a st o f the "E n g n e e rn g S ch o o l f e ll to M r. K ln g -S s h e r. who re fe rre d to the estab lsh m en t o f shpbuldng on a c om m erca l scale n A u stra la, tho succcs o f whch, b e sad, dspanded UPoa tb e solu to n o f tb e n d u strcl problem s. H e bopod, l) tho fu tu re, to see a C h a r o f N a v a l A rcb lte cth r establlbhed a t the U n v e r s ty. H e th ou ght the sx m ontha shop jw o rk. p ro vd ed b y th e B n gln eern g School, was to o short. H e spoke as one who had been "th rou gh ths m ll. " Essentals o f a good engn ee r w e re a know led ge o f physcs, m e ta H u rgy, scen ce, busness apttu d e, and a b lty to handlb men. H e should a ls o know how to p la y the g a m e." T b e tank, whch p roved such a s u r- p rs e to the G erm an s n tho w a r w a s o rg n ated b y b s o ld c h e f n th e B rts h A d m ra lty. ; Gn M onday eve n n g th o old stn den ts o f th e!womcn s C o llege e n terta n e d th e n ew p r ln o l- pal. M m W lla m s. _at th e E n ten te R u o g Ctet Rd of Go-Slow. P ro fe s s o r D avd a ls o joned n tbe to a st, and th a n k ed them f o r tb e dem on straton o f good- -wu- an d affactton. (C h eers.) A lt e r r e fe r r n g to th e great. W ork done n con n ecton w th n v e n to n d urh g th e w a r by S r R ch ard T h re- fa ll, a fo r m e r p ro fe ss o r a t the U n v ersty, P r o fe s s o r D a v d sad ba hoped, w th M r. K n g - S a lte r. to see a th o ro u g h ly effcen t sch ool a t t e U n v e r s ty fo r tb e teach n g o f n a v a l arch l- tectn re. n the w o rk o f th M n n g C orp s on lh% w e s te rn fron t, th e s ts g g e rn g b low d e lv e r e d,to Lu d e n d o rff a t M esalnes w as th e re su lt o f c» - ta n e xp erm ental plant, fo r w h ch M r. F ra s e r and Sr. 0. W. S ra ln w o re respon sble. (C h eers.) R es ea rc h w a s the soul o f p rogress t e e ve ry de- p a jlm o a t o f E ducaton. T h o y w ere n o t y e t p ro - p y equpped fo r resesrch. and a lo t m o re. tr a v e lln g ctaolarsllptf w e re a-anred. T h e n - j d u s tra outlook m ean t an enorm ous lo ad fo r th e e n g n eern g p ro fe ss o n to take up. H o w j w e re w e go n g to lq u d a te ou r w a r d eb t o f ? t waa a ll v e ry la r g e ly th e r*n - j d erln g as effcen t as p ossble o f a l our ndua- tr e s throu gh acrn co, p a rtcu la rly th rou gh th e en g n eer, th at w e w e re g o n g to m ake our cou otr> prgjbtvbs. W e m ust n ot o n ly a tte n d to th e m a te re l sde o f p rodn otlon. T h e g r e a t need a t p res e n t th rou gh ou t th e n du stres o t th s cou n try w as to g e t rd o f th a t w ck ed busness the d ea u f go n g easy the! ca canny, th e laxy strk e, W c needed to produce w th e v e ry m uecle and fbre th a t we cou ld. T h s c ou n try the h o le B rts h Emp re had mado a m gh ty and sacred sl-rtfoe n Aho WOT, and t was w on d erfu l to fe e l we w e ro a b le to m eet agan, a fre e p eo p le n a fr e e country, and th at t w as p ossble fo r us to w o rk out our own destn y. n m e m o ry o t th o s e who made th e suprem e sacrlfee t w as n p to e v e rj-o re to d evote th em selves unsoflsh ly to th e b ettern eu t o f our fello w -m en. e a r J h en r.) T h e k eyn o te o f th e e x p eren ce d u rn g th o w a r m gh t b e tum m ed up n tw o -wbrbv - "C on radeth p and tncrfrc.* A com rad esh lt» lk e th a t seen a t th e fro n t w a s w u ated hsra. A t th s U n v ersty le t them keep to g e th e r, and e v e r y d ep artm ent w o rk n harm ony. L e t the w h o le en rn e e rn g p ro fe ss o n w ork as one g re a t w h o le, und t would m ake a glo ro n s e ffo r t to - r e s to re and p ro m o te o n r ndustres, w h la ; m a k n g th e p ro fesso n second to aon e o tbs Com m oaw ealth. P ro fe s s o r W a rren, w h o respoadv:!. sad 188 had e n lsted (ro m tb e G n gld cern g S ch ool. 38 had ded, and 44 bad re ce v ed d ecoraton s. A stlsth n t-l ofes B or J. P. Uuduen aad th ere Was n ecessty f o r m ore care fu l n v es tg a to n n re g a rd to chem cal en g n e e rn g anrt a v a to n, and t behoved th e U n v e r s ty to p ro vd e m ean * to e n a b le ths research to ba c a rre d out. { T h e Toacbtn g 8 u f f " and " T h e G radu ates" w e re o th e r (o asts honored. STATE E D U C A T O COMPULSORY STANDARD. MORE HGH SCHOOLS. MNSTERAL DFFCLLTltS. T h e M n s te r fo r E ducaton (M r. Janee) dpped d ee p ly n to tb e dffcu ltes whch beset b s dep artm ent, d u rn g th e cou rse o f hs [m arks a t th e open lpk cerem ony on Bst:rday- n connecton w th th e n ew aldtlnnn to the H ab erfeld P u b lc School. H e sad much o f pu b lc m p ortance, even though th audence conssted n the m an o f chldren, who p ro b a b ly } fa le d to grasp the valu e o f much that h «M n s te r sad. T h e re w ere v e r y fe w adulu j p r e s w L T b e p ro vso n o f b gb «c )» o l», an agreu K u ral c o lle ge, accom m odaton, h a lf-tm e, schoolng, th e teach n g o f scen ce and a r t. th e lenvug a g e o f sch ool-ch lld ren snd tb e r com pu lsory standard o f educaton, as w e ll as o th e r problem s wer m a tte rs d ea lt w th b y the M nster. M r. Jam»B sad tae bad tra v e lle d round tbe cou n try n o rd er to understand tb e condtlors and crcumttadceb o f the peop le, so that h t could m ore e ffe c tv e ly d evelo p a p olcy whch w ou ld m ake N e w South W a les advance to edu- j caton. T b e m ore th e p eople deteanded tbe m oro be w ou ld be able lo dem and, and the uore lfe peopl would get. T b e tm e bad ar- t r lv e d fo r (b e reco u sttu tn g o f ou r socal.-on- d lo n a T h e re w as unrest a ll round, and t wa w ere to a v o d th e revolu ton w h lrk waa : s trrn g o th e r p arts o f th e w o rld * would have to p lace th ose w b o w ere to govern N e w Soutb W a le s n a poston to go v e rn t p ro p erly. T h e n orc educated tb e pop ulatou was th e m ore capable t w ou ld be to go v ern tself. W th o u t m ore m oney new s ch o o ls could not be p ro vd ed, and he bod com e p retty n e a r l y j l to tb e end o f b s te th e r n expendtu re. * C hldren could g o fro m th e kln d ergu rten t th e u n re rs ty o r techncal achools, and up.to tb e tm e th e y mado a s ta r t n lfe t was a good th n g to p lace «1! chldren on the sam e fo o ln g. n th e p rm a ry and seethe sam e foo ltn g. n th e p rm a ry and s ec- on dary sch ools and tecb u lral c o lle g e s chldren \ l had tb e o n oo -tu u y to study an y subject w b frh w ou ld ft tb em fo r som e avocaton. W U h ttae exc-optob. perhaps, o f physcal educaton, our sch o o ls h eld (h e r ow n w th any system n tba w orld. Arts and Sceneas. t w as n ot o n ly necessary to p ro vd e o blld ren w tb edu caton w h ch added to tb e r m a te ra l adtantages. H e wanted a lso to develop th o lr aoual and d om estc BtoresLs. A ll th e u allons tn tbo f r o o t ra n k w e re gon g o fo r the teach n g o f th e a r ts and scteuces and p rovld lu g fu rth e r edu caton a fte r th e sch ool a g e has ended. Y8e aro tr y n g to d ev elo p th a t d ea n N e w South W a le s, sad M r. Jam es. " a a 4 h ope b efo re lo n g to e su b llsh a p roper tran n g n m usc, b egn n n g w th th e p rm ary sch o o ls and lea d n g up to ttae G o Q «e rv a (o rn m." t w as p a rt o f tb e p rogress o f a naton, whrh ] could n ot b e met- m e rs y b y m a te ra l educaton, t was the d rea m ers who saw tbe th n gs whch th e p ractc a l m en c a rre d out. H e had U> con sd er tbe ou t-back p eop le m oro than th ose o f th e m e lro p o lu when he had m o n ey to spare, as tb e d fflcu ltes o f edu cattoa n th e eou n try w e re so v e ry great. An oth er m p o rta n t queston w as th e ra sl o f the a g e to r c h lld re a le a v n g sch ool. ta had been passed b y th e B rts h P a rla r jll m akn g the le a v n g age 18 years. H e w a s (l as :jra d f that w as attem p ted te A u strala t lo u ld ] cause a lm os t a revolu ton. j H e proposed to latro du ee a bffe to p ro vd e th a t a c h ld s edu caton s h a ll notta coaae u n tl tt reach ed a certan standard, aud th s m gh t be equal to the a g e o f 18. T h e y could e th e r stay a t school, h ave tm e o ff from th e r em ploym en t, o r contnue th e r educatou a t tb e n g b t con tnu aton schools. T h a t meaot a fu rth er d evelo p m ent o t tb o con tnu aton GChools. K o n e y S c a r c t y. j The m an d ffcu lty w th regard te a ll scbem ea o f educaton -was th o w ant o f m on ey, T h * G overn m en t dd n ot barn suffcsn t m oney te keep the sch ools n rep a r, and t could n ot \ p osebly k ee p pace w th th e-ex p an son o f tb e, populaton n p ro v d n g RChooo. T b s was*: due to th e f a jt th at schools "had b e e n, llo w e d! years ago lo fa ll p to «.rrebr. A l Kome ttchoolb ch ld ren b od bad to be turned away o w n g to lack o f accom m odaton. f ths s la t«o f a ffa rs w en t on th e y w ou ld have to reso rt to h a lf-tm e edu ca ton - som e atten d n g n the {Baornlng and tbs o th era n the aftern oon. H ow could he spend m on ey o a playgrou n ds when,he j u ld n o t And m on ey w th w h ch to buld sch ools? A g rcu lru ra l e du ca ton o the past bad been n eg lec te d n th e cou n try d strcts, and ha w o n ld lk e to see ao ag rcu ltu ra l colle ge ta bllsh ed te a c en tra l d strct. [ t had been su ggested th a t a h gh orhool m g h t b e establsh ed te the Aeb feld dstrct..ths w as not lk e ly. t had been p ra e tc a lly decded to p ro vd e one a t H ornsby and another lat C rem o ro e MR. J. X. TAYLOR. RETRES FROM PUBLC SERVCE. L a s t n gh t t w a s learn ed from M r. Oarla>d. A tto rn e y-g en e ra l, th at Mr. J. M. T a y lo r bad accep ted le ave o f aboence fo r th e balanc- o f th e p res e n t year, p rep arato ry to r e trn g from th e p u b lc servce. Mr. T u y lo r w as a m enber o f th e old Puh4 le S ervlcs B oard, th e th ree m om bers o f whch w ere rem oved subncqusnt to th e recep t r.f th e re p o rt o f M r. O. Mas$jn A lla rd, actn g as PubUc S e rvc e R o y a l C om m lasloaer. The o th er tw o m em ber*, M essrs. W ls h lr* and Hanna, w e re retre d lo st year, hut M r. T a y lo r n om lu a lly reta n ed hs poston. H e bss n ow decded to r e tr e w th all bs rlgla. w b k b n clu de exten d ed leave o f absen ce untl th e end o f h * (c rm o f offce (D ecem b er 5 L and c e r U n gra tu te s n resp ect M h s m any y ears o f ervlc e. n v e w o f M r. T a y lo rs re tre m e n t, th rre w ll now be no need fo r hm lo b e rrp re *e n (»a b y connsel a t th e B ar o t ra r lla n e n t, as wka proposed and san ctoned sst w.o k. stes J

36 322 EMPRE m EDUCATlOj AUSTRALAN SUGGESTONS A T T rro E AT OAMBEDQB (F r o m C o n n d e n t) lo N D O K, Ju n o 14. T h e w h o le w o r ld m a y b e d esro u s o f m o v n g o u t o f t s p r e - w a r KTOove, f t h a s n t b een fo r c e d o u t a lr e a d y, but n o t do th e E n g ls h U n lr e r e lt y don. H e w ll «u y w h e r e h e w a s f o r a ll tm e, o r so lo n g aa h e h a s t h e fls a l V o r d. T!)o h a llo w e d c a lm o f C a m b rd g e an d th e b e a u tfu l p r e c o s t y o f O x fm d m e a n m o re to h m th a n th e rtturch o f E m p re. O n e la fo r c e d to such a c on clu so n { r t e r n o tn g th re c e p to n a ll s u g s es - O on s o t r e fo r m m e t w t h a l th e E m - > l r o O o n fe ro n c e o n E d u c a to n w h ch w a a ro u g h t to g o t h e r f o r t w o d n y s o f th e r<re.fent w e e k n A u s t r a la H o u se. t h a d b een c a lle d f o r b y G e n e ra l E ll H e n r y W ls o n, th e fa m o u s C h e f oc th c G e n e ra l H ta ff a t th e W a r O f fce. w h o w s h ed to h a v e aom- d s c u sso n o f e d u c a to n a l p ro b le m s, p a r tc u la r ly th o se r e la t n g to h g h e r ed u c a to n. w h c h h a v e p ree e n e d th em - s o lv e s to th m p e r a l E d u c a to n C om - m jtte o f th W r O ffc e la th e lg h t o f th e exp erlen t} w h c h haa b een g a n ed th ro u g h p o s tw a r e d u c a to n a l w o rk n th e v a ro u s a r m e s o f th la c o u n try nnd th e D o m n o n s. Unversty nterchange t w ll b e r e c a lle d th a t A u s t r a la n a n d C a n a d a n d e le g a te s to th e C o n g re s s o f U n lv era tfe a o f th e E m p r e h eld n L o n d o n a y e a r o r t w o b e fo r e th e w a r. fo u n d th e m s e lv e s up a g a n s t a o fc n ta l w a t o f g r a n te w h e n e v e r tf.v v o Q u re d to p ro p o s e a n y re a lly c ft e c tv e n te rc h a n g e s a s b e tw e e n u a l- \ trsltjes. T h e y c e r t a n ly, la r g e ly th ro u g h th e ttth tru m en ta Jlty o f B lr J a m e s W. B a r- ntl, o f M elb o u rn e, w h o w a s o n e o f th e a c t v e r e fo r m n g s p rts o f th e jg a th e r n g. s u c ce ed e d n o b ta n n g th e fe ta b js h m c n t o f a b u reau, b u t th e p u r p oses f o r w h c h th e y d e s re d th e b u reau w e r e a lm o s t e n t r e ly w h ttle d w a y. T b s w e e k th e D o m n o n s rep rea en - j t a v e e e n d e a v o r e d to g e t s o m e o f tlo s e th n g s f o r w h c h th bu reau u ld le un e fte ctve m e d u m. T h e y fo n d ly m a g n e d tb a t th e w a r a s d a l-, tered th e m e n ta lty o f e ve ry o n e, en la r g n g t b e m p e r a l o u tlo o k a n d m a k n g n u m b e rs o f th n g s p os s b le n U n v e r s ty lr e w h c h w e re p re v o u s ly m - potlhle o p tb e s co re o f tr a d to n, d lf- tlcjty. a n d t m u s t be c o n fes s ed, o b - tc s e n e rs, T h e o b tu sen ess, th e y fnd, re m a n s ju s t o s b efo re. Ardent Australan lo fo s s o r K. K. H o lm e, o f S y d n e y L n v e r s l y. w a s. a s c h a rm a n o f tb e O d n n ;s tra tv e c o m m tte e o f th e A u s -.ljjan T n lv e ra tle a n L o n d o n, th e Ucnc-sm an f o r th o C o m m p n w e u U h a t n c g u tb e ru g. : s o n e o f th e a r d en t g ro u p o f A u s t r a la n d o n s w h o lu v e beeu h u rd a t w o r k n th e n t e re s ts o f e d u c a to n n th e A.. F. s n c e th e to m n a o n o f h o stu e s free d th em fr o m th a o rd n a ry ro u n d o f m l»- My d u lfes. H e m a d e a d e te rm n e d b d to o b ta n \ull f u. o o f U n v e r s jt y m e n o f th e h llru K n g d o m f o r a s c h e m e w h c h a d m t o f th e lu te r c h a u g e a b llty c r e d j f o r w o r k a lr e a d y d o n e b y s U C e n ts w h o tr a n s fe r f r o m o n e n - [V trst.v to a ju o c r w t h n th E m p re,. l l v c;-n len-efl th a t th e f a c t o f m c trc u - ( l a t - V..OU d tv o -y w h e r o h o.d go o d few,.4 lm -s u to U u v e s lu e s, l. a t a d m s -.fa J lo.- g r a n te d n a n y Un-.<. 10, t u n d t e u d u a te s o f o tle r L. A.. n th e E m p re, u n d th a t T v s trc lo n S a s y stem? * h o U d V n a n u r a to d u a d e r w h c h d v n. a l- n tu «u a y f o r h g h e r d eg ree a sju a u -.L r r a u t e d n U n v e r s t e s o u t s d e h j tn tl d K n g d o m to g r a a u a u s <Vt a n y B c tls h U n tv e rs lty. Cause of Unty Profc : r.--. f ;H h s.a t th e m o - m um. C a u m n J lo a e sk>ke w tlh r.otu- gh tto rte o f th e f a c t th a t U n - v. j. : n th e U n te d K n g d o m h a v e tu...v4 b c m -t.lv e s t6 b «o v e rc ro w d e d d n -q t.*- ucl..<t.lj-aton p e ro d w th eludculs fr o m th e D u m lu o n s a n d A m e r u a. b u t h o p o n ted to a n a n o m a ly J-Tt tr.o ftc t ta t w h le w a r s e r v c e w a s to r ln.> tlm s b e n g rltgarded a s s u ff- vh U Q u a llfc a t n, tra tn c u la tj o n w a s H ot n*-r. u f u t a n y tm e, a q u a lfc a ton lo r a d m ls a o n o r g ra d u u to n o f thft.e v s lo r s. "1 k n -»w, satd P r o fe s s o r H o lm e, n n m.b t {..th n g to n e, th a t th e d lffe r - *Tt h s to ro -l ;{t:d lo c a l c o n d to n s o f tl.o n t "! K n g d o m rn v err.tea, a s c. - r p ru j l m a ln tu n a n c o o f fu ll a n o r ;,m y. or*, c o n fd e ra tlo n s th a t w ll g v fv -jn w o n th e r s u p p o rt o f o u r cdm - tzyoo.a ju c» f m p e r a l u n ty. B u t t h l U o k<v>~tbe D o m n o n s a r e a w a t - f a u Chrr c a ll to a fu lle r a c a d e m c b n -th e rh Od. -mrt th o y a r o n o a m e u t. : V b v 1v a su s o f t ly s p o k en w a s m e t b>- s e v e r a l rn lv c -rs U y lg h t s w t h a n o n l- r " u m u. M llll w o «q u te un- U s la k H b lv. a lb o t. n «c**;,;. n o t h e lp a d m r n g th e x tr «m e u r b a n t y o f h fe s dun*. Perod of Resdence C a m b r d g e, f o r n sta n c e, v o c e d fts wtsts s :> le f t "a s y o u w e r e," th r o n g h P r E. C. P e a r c e. M a s te r o f O orp u a H e p u t t th s w a y, th a t C a fr :-g e w a s nn* p r m a r ly r. jlh c o f le a r n n g o r? p la c e o f e x a m n - t w a a ft p la c e w h e re y o u lv e d f o r th r o e y e n rs. T h a t, b e s a d, m g h t soueut ft b a n a l w a y o f p u tt n g t, b u t ( t o th o a e W h o h a d b een th ro u g h tb # m ll t w a s c le a r th a t th e g r e a t v a lu e o. b e n g a m e m b e r o f a T n lv e r e u y lk e C a m b r d g e o r O x fo rd w a a n o t th * M a t u f lt:tru c to n e x t r a c te d fro m tl le c t u n t o o r th o r e a d n g d on e, b u t th e a m o u n t o f c -lu c a tlo n r e c e v e d fro m tk e pe<»«rs w t h w h o m a m a n m x e d. D r. P a o rc tt d d n u t th n k th n t a t C a m b r d g e th e y wouks e v e r le t fa m a n O ff w t h le sa th a n t w o y e a r s re s l- T b o t s t h e a t t t u d e th e A u s tra U a n P a t v w a l t y m o a w U h a v e t o c o m b a t, o a lr e w U l a ll f c lk w h o h a r e a n d e a. t h e E m p e la th e g r e a t e s t u n - OBTUARY. M R. H S H R Y L E W S M A X T E D. Mr. H enry L e w s M asted. B.A.. ded a t a*s resdence. Ham pden Avenue, N eu tral Bay, on, Saturday m orn n g last, fro m nhuenza costra-t- cd about a m o o tb ago. T h e son o f th e late H e n ry M a le d, sen or ofllcer o f the Bankruptcy Court, he e n tered the publc servce lu 1194 as a c lerk n th e State C hldren R e le f Uepa,.- m ent. w h ere by assduous atten ton to duty bs gra du ally progressed, u n tl n 1916 ho was apponted c h e f losp evtor o f tb a t departmcat. O f atudous h a b t be read fo r th c Bar, but! UQfllabls b ca lb neceealtaed a cessaton o f the close KpplcatloQ needed to c o m p e te bs, course, and he confned h s trele ss energy t jj b s offcal w ork, w h lrh w a s clara clerlsed by con tld c ra b le lte ra ry aad o rga n s n g ab lty, T h e funeral took place a t R ookw ood Cem e te ry yesterda y aftern oon n the presence o f ha wdowed m oth er and M ss Anne M axttd, tauut. Mrs. S pencer.maxted, Mesars. W a lk er and P ck ern g (b ro th srs-n la w ). M r. A. W., G reen presd en t o f the S ta te Gblldron R e le f D e p a rtm e n t), Messrs. j. s. Cre&gh. J. V. Con- n olly, A. J. T u rn er F a rm H om es, M ltta gon c. W. H. M tch ell, and a la rge number o f the staff o f th e deportm ent- R ev. Archdta-jon M arln, o f St. C lem enl B, M a rrlc k vlle. wrh whom Mr. M axtod s late broth er. Spencer M ax ted (k lle d n acto n ) was a s s o c s rd as ouraca, conducted the bural s c h o o l o n t h e o j STE. MR. JAMES DETERMNED. "UNREASONABLE OPPOSTON, j f M r. Jam es. M n ster f o r 23ducatlon. has bla w ay a grlb hgh school w ll be b u lt on the, old Z o o ste. 1 Durng th e roars o f b s rem arks s t the H aborfeld Publc School o Saturday, Mr- Jam es re fe rre d to hs p ro ject, and to th e oppo- sflcm tb a t had been arouaed. T h e re w ere eom e people, sad th e M nster, w ho objected to the provlsoq o f hgh achools, and stated th at our chld ren w ere b en g tou w e ll educated. t seemed to hm th at the opposton to thu G rls H gh S rh ool ben g p laced m the old Zoo ste was unreasonable. (A p p la n s ) T he ground had been taken aw ay fro m tb e people, fo r many T ears. N o «- l l was to be usod fo r the tran n g o f on r fu fu rp cltleen s. H e dd n ol understand th e opposton. ". ntend to go on n my de- termlnnttob tn buld th e s ch o o l." added the M n tse r, a d t w ll ta k e sem etbln g p retty s old to stop t. " lapplauee.) DE. BRSSENDEN. RESGNS DSTRCT COtuT JUDGESHP. M r. Garland, A ttoraey-g en eralgls fatcd last n lgh l that Dr. Oylssondhn, LL.D., h *s resgned th e p oston rfecentlv accep ted by hm on the D s trc t C o u rt Bench. t s understood that Dr. Brssenden, wbo has had fou r years actl% m lta ry servce abroad, has decded to retu rn to the practce o f bs professon os a b arrster. Alth ou gh be had accepted th e Judgeshp, he hsd n o t com m enced d uty on the Bench. A t the tm e o f hla apponraent. the n egotaton s fo r whch w e re made b y cable, th e choce o f ao em nent ft law yer w as m m t favou rab ly com m ented upon n le g a l crcles. H t Hornmg StraE, T H T K S D A T, S E P T E J E E E S, AMAZNG SPEECH. ATTRBUTED TO UNVERSm LECTURER. BR SB.ANB. W ednesday. n th e A s s em b ly yesterd a y M r. B lphlnstone m oved the ad journ m en t o f th e House to d s cuss thc re p o rt o f a speech b y T. C. W lth erby. le ctu re r n tb e U n v e rsty o f Queensland, at a m e etlg held under th e auspces o f the W orkers* E du caton al A ssocato n (an assocaton subsdaed by th e S ta te } on S ep tem b er 13 laat, and whch speech con traven ed tb e p ro vso n s o f th e C rm n a l Code. W hen on e o f tb e u n v ersty staff, he sad, m ode use o f tbeae le ctu rm to spread re vo lu to n a ry d octrn e s and to urge sed ton, as w as undou bted ly done, t waa hgh tm e atten ton w a s called to th m att r and steps w ere taken to b rn g th e gen tlem an concerned to book. Tho le ctu re r sad t e was out to conv n c e th e n te llg e n t but y e t unconvnced p o r ton o f tbe rom m udlty o t h e need f o r the w o rk e rs lo turn to re vo lu to n as th e r one su re h elp to pow er. T h e exsten ce o f the.w.v. a n : h o s e w ho thought w th them w a s the m oat e n cou ra gn g sgn fo r th fu tu re. t m..adt th..t th e w ork er w a s w o rk n g to the fu lle r re als aton o f the o n ly means b y whch he could a r rv e nt pow er. " do o o l c are a w h eth er the r vo1ut*n com es about p ea ceab ly o r by b loo d ab ed." tb * speak er declared. n con cluson. he sad ; "A n d f th s revo lu to n c o s t thru sands o f lv es he would say wbat a r e a fe w thousand lves, a n y w a y? " Ho (U r. E lp b ln a to o e ) thought no man lo hla sane m om ents could rosgln e an yth n g m ore re v o lu ton a ry. T h s s ort o f th n g was the natural c o ro lla ry o f eve n ts o f tb e past few years. H e e o n.a s te d tbe redhnt refe re n ce s by the A g en t-g e n era l e le c t as to tb e m p ortance o f m.lu tan tn con sttu ton al govern m en t. He m a ln U ln ed th at h waa Justfed n d raw ng th atten to n o f th A tto rn e y-g en e ra l and th U n lverb lv Senate to th e m atter, so that th p ro p er s lap s m gh t be taken. A ft e r le n g th y debate, n w h ch Mr. H a r tle v w.ld h had th * a u th o rty o f M r. W lth e rb y lo den y that he had sad "w h a t a re a fe w thousand lv es, a n v w n y," M r. E lph n stone w th - «*w th> m oton. " f e d e r a. sesson MR H Y. BRADDON S LONDON WORK. J ) M E LB O U R N E, W ednesday. Aaked n the House o f R epreaentn tlvea to day f w h a t cap acty M r. H. Y. Braddou «actn g n London, th e P rm e M n ster sad that M r. Braddon. d urn g a b re f s U y n London, w a s apponted n an h o n o ra c a fe - cty to assst n the busness sde of the Comm on w ealth London A gen cy n regard to ( ) the expanson o? trade between A u strala and E u rop e: (2 ) ad vertsn g A u strala ; (3) p ro te c tn g and prom otn g Q overnm ent com m erc a l con tracts. Mr. Braddon. added M r. Hughes, s lea v n g fo r A u stra la on Septem - M LHughes stated, n answer to questons, that the B rtsh Governm ent prom sed to advance 600,060 fo r fo s te rn g th e treatm en t o f s p e lle r n Au strala. N o allo tm en ts o r p ro m ses bad been made to any person o r frm n connecton w th tha m atter. t waa announced th a t the London Bellng agency o f the Au stralan W h ea t P oo l com p rsed th e fo llo w n g : John D arln g and Son. A W. W a lk e r and Co., D a lg ety and Co., touls D reyfus and Co.. and B erry. B arclay, and Co.. re p res en tn g varous co-o p eratve com - panlob. T h e com m sson pad them waa th re e -egh th s p er cent, f.o.b. v alu e o f sales, but th e y w e re on ly rem unerated fo r neccbsary servces when sales w e re n egotated d rect by th e Governm ent.. Tho Councl o f the A lle d and Assocated P ow ers has not y e t settled fnally th e term s o f tbe m andate, sad M r. H ughes, when asked fo r p artcu la rs o f the A u strala n and Japanese m andatea o v e r th e P acfc slands. T he M n s te r fo r th e N a v y sad th at 13 g ft shps w e re to be re ce v ed fro m B rtan one flo tlla le a d er, flve destroyers, and sx subm arnes. T b e d estroyers had n o t ye t le ft E nglan d, and t had y e t to be decded w h eth er th ey would be m antaned n com msson. T he annual c o s t o f a submarne, ncludng d ep recaton, w a s about 30,000. T he M n s te r fo r T ra d e and Customs sad th a t f persons tn S ydney w ere chargn g 4Jd p er lb f o r sugar, as alleged by M r. R ley, t f e y bad n o rg h t to do so. H e would have n qu res m ade m m edately. The M n s te r f o r T ra d e and Custom s stated th a t the ponlton n regard to re frgera te d r tonnage h as m proved. T h ere.was g to tal of ] 40,000 tons avalable for October, whch would re le v e tho c xle tm g stuaton, and f a sm lar,! allo tm en t could be securea lo r th o succeedng "m o n t h ha thought th ere would ba no great d lfq c u lty n lftn g th e b ulk o f th e produce 1requ rn g shpm ent b efo re th e end o f the year. T here s no truth w h a t e v e r the report that th e M n sters fo r R ep atraton and D e fence h ave been apponted to accom pany tbe A u strala n delegaton lo the W o rld s Labour Con feren ce n A m erca, sad tb e P rm e M n-. ster. lo reply to questons n the House. t was announced th a t o f tbe made avala b le to local govern m en t bodes, w h erew th to e m p lo y retu rn ed solders. 454,439 had been ap p led for. T h e applcaton s numbered 962, o f whch 295 cam e fro m New South W a l e S Y D N E Y. F R D A Y, S E P T E M B E R 19, GTlol hub w ll be CLO«f> t_ JbelweM the bouv ot 9.0 a.m. and 12 r.jon, TC-UA\, f b o A Y 19th SetVmbtr. E. BABfT. W txen aod feyrtrar. cu t S-gnup Ho-mmj- Jjralb. W E D K E S D A Y, S E r a E M B E R. 17, 1 9» - MEnCAL REP.ATRATON WORK. M E LB O U R N E. TUCBday. Un to June 80 Ue R ep u trlalo n D epa rt m ent had apponted <40 local m edcal offlcers to g v e trva m en l to dtocharged nurses, 8»!-. d lers and salors fo r d lsablh tles arsn g from w ar Borvee- n m etropoltan srea s treatm en t w ll be gv en by th e R ep atraton offcer a t tached to the State branch. T h * local m edl- -c a l o fflcers are d strbu ted as fo llo w s : V lc- to rla 114. N.S.W. 1«5, South Au strala 106, 1Queensland 49, Tasm an a 38. W estern A u s tra la 31. A lto g eth er 720 leca eon m ttecs have been apponted, and e ven n a lly th ere s to be a t leaet one m edral offlcer fo r each lo ca l com m ttee d lstrlcu n th after-w ar. _... _.fa u.<l1 Kv favtoanffc-! lo ca l com m ttee u s m c u m tu o u r. m edcal scheme, chem sts w ll, b y arra n ge-1 ment w th the Pharm acbutlcat S ocety, dlsnf nta>7 c Bn Bln-. mpn w th the P h a rm a w u c a o u c n y. «.» - pens p rescrplo n a fre# o f charge, and s u p p ly such loton s or d refslngs as are r e q u r e j,, tl)t HonuS ltralh, F t l U A Y, S E F T E M B E B 39, 1»1». SCENTmC BEEAD-MAKNG An n te re stn g lectu re on scen tfc bread S L te tr s H a ll la s t nlgb t. under the auaplccb used n th e bakehouse th a t w a s opened at lu h precson the condtons unde*jvhh.b ye ast abould be made and used form resu lts n m akng bread. _ S educaton of those engaged t A a UAH necessary lo rable them lo maat b re.d - H b» - M t c r «c,n o m y. and to on lorc* lesooos o f eleanllneas aod hygeus. S Y D N E T. S A T U R D A Y, SE P T B M B E n DPLOMA OF JOURNAL m V NVERSHY OF LONDON COURSE. T he S enate o f the U n v ersty o f London has n sttu ted a dplom a fo r journ alsm, to be aw arded by exam n aton to students who hav* fo llo w ed a prescrbed course a t ths U n versty. T h e suggeston fo r tbe establsh m en t o f ttae cou rse cam e fro m the n s ttu te o f Journalsts. T h e sen ate decded to ad opt the dea, a fte r a con feran ce w th tbe B oard o f Educnton and tbe A p p on tm en ts D upartm cn t o f the M nstry o f L ab o r, la r g e ly n tb e n terests o f d em oblsed BOldlere and o f re lea se d w a r w ork ers who propose to fo llo w, on grou nds o f specal a p ttude, the p rofesson o f journalsm. Adm sson to th e course may, h ow ever, also be ganed by m a trcu la ted atudente o f tbe U n v ersty over 17 y e a rs o f age. o r even by thoae who have not m atrcu lated, f tb ey a re o f adequate educato n a l oroflclencjl A com preh en sve currculu m o f mndern or c u rre n t know led ge s lo be combned n the cou rse w th n structon and practce n w rtn g fo r th# press. Shorthand and ty p e w rtn g w ll n o l bo ncluded n the course, but studonts are expected to becom e p ro fcen t n both e a rly n th * cou rse. T b e re a r e to be tw o secton s to the currculu m. Tt w ll be com pu lsory to study BngHsh com poatlon snd w r tn g fo r the p ress, and to take le ctu re courses n the gen era l h sto ry o f scen ce, the h sto ry o f p o ltcal deas, and tb e p rn cp les o f crtcsm, wth p ractce n th e r a p p lca to n. n th s oth er seetlon th e student w ll h ave th e choce, o f th ree o f th e fo llo w n g bran ches o f k now led ge: E n g lsh lte ra tu r e and c rtc sm, h lslo ry. one m odern lau guage. o r tw o n specal cases, p o ltca l scen ce, ecoqom lce, htolngteal scence. p hyscd -ch em ral scen ce, phlosophy, and psychology. n d eterm n n g th e re su lts o f the exam nato n s fo r tho dplom a, w hch w ll be held annually, th e frs t n 1931, th# exam ners w ll ta ke n to con sdera ton th e profcency and progress shown th rou gh ou t the perod o f tmnlng. T h e gen era l arran gem ents fo r the couree are to be con tro lled by a JouTnaHsm com m ttee, o f whch P ro fessor Sr Sdn ey L e e, F.B.A., h as been ap p on ted charm an. Professons, Trades, Etc. UNVCaSTY OF ; t c w 8VD.SEV. A m JC A n O S S wol be receved up to T U a U T, Uw 90th o September, rtns Uentemen qualfed to hold the PoBttm ot LEtrrLRRR LN MATUBMATC8. Oom- mencng saajt, SO per annuw, rbdng by Annnel n- oemedte of 20 up to a maxlbun of 000 pet aanwn, subject to the provaobs of the New South walet Super- anauatou Act. The Lecturer apponted should have rpecfal quechtotkt n Applte<l Mathematoe. Be wll be evperted to conduct Ulsase n the Kvrtlg» well as s tbe Oa.v, and wld be requrol to enter upon he dutes o M a 102(1. Further partcuure ruay be ehtoced from the tenderrtgned. rp u B H. a B A B F T, Warden aad Begstrar. STY W rfdney. V N - OHAn OF MEDCNE. APPl.K A nons u be jcoelved, net later than YBO- NaO.AY, the 22n<Lpf O-fe.er. from Ocllcncn onalfled to hold the Petton of PKDFLSHOU OF MlDCNB, The Prresgnr wll be app-rd for a per<xl otse-.eo yeara. but may L-e mpp.-ntrd. Halay et the rate of A90U per annfn, Ttbo.r fcneton. Oc wll not be allowed to egaec n "-Lnar.x Utng medcal pracdre, but nwt cenflno bnuelf to such <T>nKulllng pr«<!o«at, n the opnon of hc Senate, w ll not nterfere wfth hh Un- vendty <ltea. le wll be ntpecfed to e o «r upon hs dte on te lt of March, PD. Frthra nfonhos may be obtaned fm n the undersgned., a E. B A B F F, Wardm and HegtstAr B f N E T : fjn T E *N D E asnt A P P U ra n o v S wll be receved up to l(*dh,v, tbe» t h of.september, from grn tlcm «qmllfled -t hold the pe«tfon of fecturer and Demonrtrator n tke De- partaent of Klcctrcal Kaglnefrlng. The lecturer apponted wll be reqtre<1 to lfvnte hlx whole tme to Unverety dutes under the nstructons of the Audtant- Profettor of Tlecrtreal ErBnecrne. lary. JSO, wth anwwl ucremrnu of M. up to a roatrrem of 800 per annum, subject to tbe provxlonj f he Vcw South Wale* Snprrannuaton A ct The ap pnlntnent w ll dote from the let of Novcnher. Further pardculars tray be obtaned from the undenlp. H, T. RAKFF, Sopfember 6th. W (rn_and yrradrar. ftovev. r v n K Rsrrr A P ru C VTftVS w ll he receved up tc Tuesday, the [80th of fron rendetnen qualfed to bold tbe porton of Leetrrer and Perooartmtor n the 0-part- ment of Phyaloloxy The lecturer apponted w ll he r of the New South Wales Bprrsnnnfon Art. The p-, pontment wll date from the tt of Voverbcr. Further j pertrulatr mav be obtaned from the»--» " n. R BARFT., September Pth. Worden and Rerrtrar. T H K VTYER.NJTY OP and Reel w Je y. APP.rATTONR wm be receved up tn T.eeday, the 8htJl of Sertember, from eentlenrn qnlfled to hold the podtloo of LectTfr and Demonstrator o the Oerert- men of Geology- The lecturer apponted wll be requred to dwote hs wbol" tme to nlvenlfv dutlm, nnder the tnatructlona of the Profewor of GeoloaT. Cnm- roenclnr wury. 3fO, wth anrmal nvensenta rt!*>, up to a tnartmttn of 600 pra annum, aubjeet to thy prortdon* of the New BoutJ Wale* WpeTmwuatKx Art. The appotnbnent wfll date from the tt rt JanusTT, l"m. F-rther t»tlcn l«fs n»*y be obtaned,frorn the undertgned. H. E. B A B P F, Septembrt. Wardvn and Rorlrtnr. rp n _ o r APPTTGA novs wfl V rechvm «p f h T r o f 3 r e r and Demonftrator n tbe DeparL - n - m W r v The lerturer apponted *111 be r»" r. : TO., rt the New Smth B jlro Puperanmottcm nftntment wll date fn>«fhe of The apelntment wll.ute fn>«..- to. W.T.* 19!»- Ftrther partlmlsrs may h* obtaned from the TTwlmfecd. Rpptember._ r j T H E UXrvTRSTTT -a QTTYBVSLAVD. APFLXrATONf ar* nvted for a U ft m tt O TO btolooy. CommencnK Raary. 400 a»*er. cent- Rndowmeot.Awuraaee S d e r tb e n tv * «7 rvrote rt t>nue» and Ooodttnna of Appoteb- mst be obtaned from th# Reglvfrara ef AustralUn and New Zealaod n d - rttes. T. W. S. OCMBftAF. RTEWART. RrtrUtnr.

37 rpn * Ql.-E?WfcA9l»: v < A P ru rtt m N -S aw frvltjd ter # T T T C «ta rrolxxjy. roumfflrnr ral*t, «0 a yrar. \rm.th [ pvt rent tet KraJrermrot A * r w > «under n > lt «««r. chwne. OoTro rtf <tat1ra end cwndttcww of sppelntment may, be JbtataM ftwn the Refftet«ra of any of tbe An. OTlan and New Zm x] Dntrrratlra rr. j frtar. S r O N E Y. T U E S D A Y, S E P T E M B E R ». THE SOUL V " SCENCE AND FRUT. NEED FOR HGHER RESEARCH. (E. K. W 0 L S T E N H 0 1 J 4 B.) Follow n g upon tbe re cen t Scence C on ference. a l w h ch ProfCBBor W a t t m ade a etrodg appeal fo r an e n e rgetc p o lc y o f eclcnufc a g rcu ltu ral edu caton aod researcb lo whch be em braced fru t tu tu re, t saeue aa opp ortune U m e to ca ll a tte n to n to th e lamedtable absence o f h gh er research whch exsta n ths branch o f a g rcu lu re. T h e S ta te A g rcu ltu ral D epa rtm en t has a aplendd s ta ff o t capable c u l tu ral exp erts, w h o a r e o f m m ense p ractcal asbelance to thu n du stry; h o l these and p rf- Tate ow n ers b ave tm e and scope to study the eff<;leocy o f lab or savb g equ p osn t for the p ra c tc a l produ cton aud m a rk etn g o f the vxretub o f fru t th at now exst, a leo tbe many n cd ental o peraton s whch m odern fru t oulture dem ands, such an th e te s tn g o f sol- w ork n g m p leoen ta. p e s t c oq rou n g, fru t handllug. aud processn g um cbnery. A ll th s huge ndustry, w th ts m ulttude e f d lflcu ltes, n fa c t th e w h olo o f the attsn d- anc problem s w h ch e x s t frum tbe m om ent that th e young tree com es to lte to the tm e that ts fr u t s on th tahlo o t tbe home, can be b eu eflcla ly nfluenced, sm plfed aud con trolled by tbe crcatud o f new v a re te s and the m pro vem ent o f v a re te s now under cu ltvaton. T o the p eo p le who buy a doaen apples fro m the fru tere r, ths reads lk o an abaurdlty. the gro w er tuows th a t t s a c lea r tru th whch he darse n o t hope to sec realsed. S ysteuatc pom ology and p lan t b reed n g are qu te a dstn c t and sepajtte study fro m p ractcal fru lt- gro w la g. T he s tru ggle to produce batter and m ore fr u t s a great w ork, and on r men m ay be a ll th a t tb ey should he, but th ere s a dour beyond w h lcb they cannot g o ; h e r w o rk s con fned lo a war agan st a ll th e lls and w eak - aesses to whch our p resent v a re te s arc subject. T h e tr u th s th a t by the s cen tfc breedng o f fr u lu, w hch would also em brace aom onca- lure, classtflealon, d en tfcaton, and sele e- lou, p reaen t weaknesses and d efec ts could ba b y d egrees d efea ted hy scen tfc statons a t fra c to n o f th e c ost that t now takes annually to keep our fru t fll fo r human consum pton; and-, a b o ve a ll. t would be b e te r fru t, m a gn e fr u t bred to re ss t dseases and grp ater m m unty fro m n sect pest and fro st n jury, and ro o t stock tb a t could be crea ted whph w ou ld h a v e a doarab e affnty w lh vare te s lh a t requ re sp e ca l cultu re, also lh at would sut o u t m m ense sol v ara to n. T h e r e c t qu alty o f th e fru t could be n - ftucbced and e ve a tu a lly flxed, n o t on ly n re gard to ts ed b le m provem euts, but to w th stand rou gh tra n st and s to ra g e to a d egree not a t p ree e n t possble, and t c e ra n V would help LO m ake tw o fru ts g ro w w h ere a t fte - eu t th e re s o j l y one. T h e nfluence o f such w ork reach es so fa r, and prom ses such v ast com m erea l p oss b ltes.» a to m ake t n ex t to m possble to caou a te ta v a lu e to ft young country. F ru t a Just aa much a neoessty as w arm th, bread, aa d laeau f o r a d et w thout»t would soon fnd us a v e ry s c k ly p e o p la t seem s th a t scen ce le d o a g som a v ery sp eca l p lea d n g thees days, but fe w w ll ls te n "there r e n on e so d eaf as those w h o w ll n o t bear. s t th a t w e h a v e no one w th lo t U t lv o t t abould n o t need cou rage am on g those w h o { could h a v e th le w o rk d on e w lh th e m ere stroke o f th e pen. f t s p oltes, n the sacred name o f com m on sense b ave w e not a p o ltcan w b o c an see th a t f such a work w ere estab lsh ed b e w ou ld stand a fa r chance o f a b lock v o te from e v e ry fr u t n terested e le c to r? And f n ot p o ltcs, tben t m ust be th e selfsh, n co n sd erate stupd ty o f those w h o b ele ve th a t cou n try n terests aro w e ll a b le to take c a re o f tb em selves; perhaps th ey cguld f th ey bad an o p p ortu n ty. t can- pot bu th a t a l publc m en a re obsessed w th th etr c ty s greatu esa; som e th e re m ust bo who know aad fe e l that th e fa b rc o f th e r c a lr e buslnsss s as w th ln g f s o t c lo s e ly n terw oven w th th e p ro sp erty o f coantry lfe. A p ractc a l w o rk n g schom e oould be outlned w th ou t d ffcu lty: t w ou d m ean estab lsh n g a t le a s t th ree b reed n g staton s, one n each zone, fo r trop c a l, s em -tro p c a l, snd tvm p erate Eone fru ts. Theae stato n s m u st not be con fused w th exp e rm e n t orchards as tb ey now e x s t: th ese «r e lo te s t th e c om m erca l possl- b m M o f our p resent sols, and as such would be o f -use to p ro ve th e v a r e te s e v o lv ed a t the b reed n g statons. T heae orchards a t p res e n t dabble n th e te s tn g o f chance seedln gs o f doubtful p a re n ta g e; t s a costly, w astefu l, and o ften fu tle p ractce. T b e y could be re le v e d fro m an y o f ths w ork, thus a llo w n g them to con cen trate upon th e r le g lu m a te operaton s. t s n ecessary to re a ls e th a t such sta to n s cou ld o o t show resu lts w h ch w ou ld b e. re fle c lo d n h e n du stry a t OBce. F r u t takes y e a rs to d evelop, t s re a lly a lf e w ork, but t w ou ld be a lfe w e ll s>enl ( of th e ab lest and host o f men, to be able to le a v e an n h ertan ce such as s p ossb le fro m such research. M ere a b lty s n ot enougb. A ccu ra te s ce n tlflc app lcaton and judgm en t n tb e r w d e st sense a re needed, but t waom a p ers o n a lty w th an onthuslasm nnd a lo v e o f sclenco fo r w h a t t can do. T m e m ust cotqt fo r naught, f o r N a tu re n h er v a g a re s does not reco gn se an egh t hours day. O a refa lly chosoo a rea s are w anted, eultsbls h lm ogs p e rfe c tly equpped and w e ll staffed, surh an n etlutlon w ou ld need money. t would cost ab ou t on e-ten th as much as m any past p u b lc w o rk s th a t could not be o n e-ten th as use fat. T h e re ahould n ot b e one orchard lst who w ou ld not w elcom e th s w ork, nu con feren ce o f fru tgro w ers sbould m eet w th ou t a demand fo r U n au gu ra too, sod o s r U n v ersty would e v d en tly. fro m P ro fe ss o r W a tts rem arks, supp ort an y advance calcu lated to anslst; also our em bryo S ta U aod F e d e ra l n stltu tss and com m U tcos o f acencs and n du stry could w e ll afford to consder such w ork. f s a m lflfortuns th a t tb e educaton and o p p o rtu n te s n th s young cou n lry have not bens such as to lead us to exp ect th rg h t man to e x s t h ere, but much haa b eea done n oth er c ou atres, th e w o rld s open tu nqu ry, anrt, no doubt, tho qu altes w anted could b {O U la - A d ff(-ren? cou ceptlon o f the valur- n ftss n crtj fru r know ledge to h a t whllh n ew e x s l j l n our publc serv c e w ou ld be n ere-sary. t v o u ld be fu tle to look fo r the rgh t m an at b s valu otlon, S om ethng m uat be done to a le v la to th s tru g g fl th e o rchard lst n ow h a s, agan st h ea vy odds. ottacrwu e n tm e to com e m any could not afford to c a rry on. T b e p o s - Hon s serous. T U E S D A Y, S K l T E M B E R W A FACULTY OF D n N lt Y. proposalt ejectfj). M E L B O U R N E. Monday. A proposal to am end th e U n v o rsty A c t n re la to n to the d vln tty p rovson s ao th a t the U n vorsty m gh t be fre e to n sttu te a fa c u lty o f d v n ty f. m th e fu tu re. t w a s deem ed desrab le to do so. w as b efo re th e U n Lversty cou n cl to-d ay. Mr. Justce H ggn s. n opposng th e m oton. salo th a t a t p res e n t th ey had the confdence o f th e chnrches and sects. W ere th ey to d ep art fro m lh a t p o lc y? Dr. B rd ge sad th at th e p eop le o f tb e S U t e d e sred tb a t no publc m on ey should b e ap p led to re llg o u t n structon. T he qu eston was one o f publc p olc y w h ch P a rlla ro cn t should deed. Th m oton w a s n esatved. Df, W. E..Agar has been appon ted to th!? Char o f Z o o lo gy a t th e M elb ourn e U n.u r -y l n BuccessloT to ro fesso r S r B aldw n S pencer. EVENNG COURSES N SCENC D ebarred" puts n a p lea fo r e ve n n g d egres coursea n scence a t th e U n v ersty. T o date, th e B.Sc. course o n ly m eets tha needs o f one porton o f those possessed o f a n atu ra l apttude f o r a sclenu flc c a re er, vs., for those w h o a re n. the fortu u ate p o s to n o f b en g able to attend th e day cou rses because tb ey are n ot econ om ca lly handcapped. T h ere are qute a number o f person s n th e com m unty who are fuh y qu alfed to e n te r upon tho d egree courses n scen ce, w th th e p ro s pect o f becom ng valu a ble m em bers to tho State, but cannot Lake up th e day cou rses because th ey have to secu re n o t on ly tb e r own means o f lv elh o o d, but h a v e oth e rs dependent upon tb em as w e ll. Such w puld g la d ly aval th em selves o f the scen ce even n g cou rses, and ventu re to assert th a t f th e au th o rte s w ll on ly ffte cven u g scen ce a tr a l th e y w ll 1» m ore thau g ra tfed a t tb e respon se. S Y D N E Y, W E D N E S D A Y, S E P T K H n E H #. ARCHTECTS DNNER\ THE f;d :caton of th e PUBLC. T h e frst annual d nn er o f the N e w South W a le s n a tu le o f A rch te c ts snce th e b egn nn g o f tho w ar was hold la s t n g h t n P ara House. T h e presd en t o f th e N e w S outh W a les n sttu te. M r. A. F. P rtc h a rd, was n th e char. O u hs rgh t w as tb e P rem er, M r. H olm an, and on hs le ft th e p resd en t o f th e F e d e ra l Con feren ce, whch open ed yesterd a y. M r. H. YV. Tom pkjns. who s a leo p resd en t o f tb e V c - to rla u n attu lo. T h e re w e re alsu p resent the oth er d elegates to the con feren ce, ProfeH sor W lkldson. o l the C h ar o f A rch te c tu re a l the V n lv c rs lty, and re p res en ta tv e s o f th e M aster B u lders A ssocato n, tfac R o y a l A r t S o cety, and tb e S ocety o f A rts ts. P ro p o sn g "T h e S ta to P a rla m e n t, M r. E r nest S co tl spoke o f th e good w o rk th o G overn m cn t had done d u rn g the la s t 18 m onths, l th e frst p laco th e re w a s th e c re a to n o f the Char o f A rch te c tu re. A lr e a d y o v e r 5> stud ents w ero ta k n g ad v an ta ge or n. T h en tb ere was the re co g o tlo n o f tbe a r c h te c tu ral p ro fe s son by the O overn m en t n c on n ecton w th the State bousng schem e. Thou gh th e s te o f the W h te C ty v a s h ea lth y, t w as n o t qu to such as they would lk e lo a v a l th em selves of. T h e y had asked tb e G overn m en t f o r a b ll f o r tb e re gs tra to n o f a rch tects. T h s ehould ra se them to a standard equ a l to th a t o l th e m edcal p rofesson. Mr. H olm an fe e ln g ly ack now led ged th e toast. M n sters o f thf C ro w n w ere ge n e ra lly, he sad, trea ted as under suspcon u n tl th oy had proved the c on trary. A t th e p res e n t m om ent one o f hs coloagu es w as b en g tr e d b y a ju ry o f new spaper m en f o r h avn g th e e ffo n tery to own p ro p e rty w hch he bad re g s te red n the Lands T tle s Offce, (L a u g h te r.) t w s s no w o n d er f p eople w b o had to w ork n a b uldng lk e P a rla m en t H ouse w sh ed to h a v e som e th n g done (o r a rch tectu re. T h e re w e re am ple reasons fo r b e le v n g th a t th e frs t a rch te c t n N e w South W a le s w as a con vct. A n d t w as qu te certan tlm t a uu m ber o f b s aaccessors ought to be c o n v cts! (L a u g h te r und applause.) T h e dea o t e a U b lls h ln g a c b a r o f arch tecu re had been, n ot to edu cate the a rc h te c ts o f the S tate, but to edu cate those w h o w ou ld be th e clen ts o f the arch te c ts o l th o fu tu re. (A p plause.) T h e y hoped f o r a b e tte r educated b od y o f c tzen s and o f m u ncp al le g s la to rs, p eop le who woftd b ette r uudorstond th e d fferen ce b e tw een a cath ed ral and a wondbhed. (L au gh te r.) T he G overn m en t rea ls ed th a t th e re w ere s tll oblgaton s unfulflled. T h e b ll fo r th e rega- ra tlo n o f a rch te c ts w ou ld c erta n ly b «n- troquced tb ls sesson. (A p p lau se.) T h e futu re of s o u lfty was la r g e ly a qu eston o f tb e futu re o f tbe hom es, and th e G overn m en t d ee p ly ap- preelated the assstan ce o f th e n s ttu te o f A r ch tects n th e b u ld n g o f S u t e bouses. (A p - v lslttn g F e d e ra l d e le g a te s " w as p ro- posed by Mr. H. C. K e n t and re p le d to b y Mr. Tom pklaa. Cl)t Sylnrp Homa brraky W E D N E S D A Y, S E r T E M B E P Dr. F. M, G ella tly. D re cto r o f th e nstl-\ t n U o f S rlence and n d u stry, w h o cam e on a v s t to S ydney a w eek * g o. s d an gerou sly H of pneum oulc nfuensa. ALCOHOL. CLASSED AS A FOOD. rtofessor CHAPMAN S OPNON U n d er th e au spce* o f th e C tzen s R g h ts and L q u o r R efo rm A ssocato n, P ro fe ss o r H. O. Chapman, M.D., o f S ydney U n versty, d e lv e re d a lecture on th e d e te tc valu e o f a lc o hol. a t K n g s H a ll, la s t nght. Dr. B ra d y was n tho char. P ro fe s s o r Chapman sad th at up t l l 0 years a g o alcoh ol had n o t been con rd ercd as an yth n g but b en efcal to th e human d e ta ry system. B y means o f lan tern s ld e dagram s and graplm th e le ctu re r showed th e nfluence o f a lc o h o l on tb e system. f taken n sm all qu an ttes, b e show ed th at alcca o l dd n o t n te rfe re w th the d lgea ton. H e d eclared th a t a looh ol m ust be ranked as a food, ae t p ro duced h ea t and energy, p erfo rm tn g th o sam e d u tes as fa t su b su nces, sucb as butter. THE SUN. WEDNESDA DEATH OF DR. GEUATY Dstngushed A u stral! VCTM OF NFLUENZA T h e d e a th o c c u r re d e a r ly th s m o m - H n g a t K u r r a b a P o n t o f H r. F. M. G e lla tly, D r e c t o r o f tb e F e d e r a l B u re a u o f S ce n ce a n d n d u s try. D r. U e ttn tly a r r v e d n S y d n e y fr o m. M e lb o u rn e la a t S a tu rd a y w e e k, a n d t s b e le v e d th a t h e c a u g h t a c h ll w h le travellng n a tralza Though not feeln g w e ll, h e a tte n d e d a lu n ch eon g v e n b y th e n s ttu te o f Jou rn a lm ts o n th f o llo w n g T u e s d a y, b u t n e x t d a y h e h a d t o g o to b ed. O n T h u r s d a y h s c o n d to n h a d b e c o m e m o re serou s, an d o n B a tu rd a y t w a s fo u n d th a t h o The Lftte Dr. F, M. GeUatly w a s s u ffm n g fr o m p n e u m o n o V n flu - «k z t, fro m th e e fe c ts o f w m ch h e d ed. T h e la t e D r. O e lla tly w a s a d g tn - g u s h e d A O B tra la n w b o w o n h ls w a y to a poblthm o f h g h re s p o n s b lh ty h y jm a n y fln e q u a lte s o f c h a ra c te r. H e w a a b orn a t B a lla r a t, V c to r a, n N o - v em b e r, 1872, a n d w a a th e e ld e s t son o f M r. J a m e s G e lla tly, o f S y d n e y. H e w a s e d u ca te d a t e K n g s S ch ool, P a r r a m a tta, a n d a t a n e a r ly a g e to o s m p J o u rn a lstc w o rk, n w h c h p ro -.tesslod h e a c h e v e d a n e x c e lle n t rep u -.ta to n on a c c o u n t o f th e b rea d tn o f hla k n o w le d g e a n d th e sou n dness o f h s (m eth o d s. M e a tta n e d th e fn a n c a l.ed to rs h p o f th e "S y d n e y M o r n n g H e ra ld, w h c h h e re ta n e d f o r tw e lv e ye a rs, up to th e tm e o f ns a p p o n t m e n t to th e F ed e ra l servce. V T lle c a r r y n g o n h s a rd u ou s Jour- s a U s tc d u U e s D r. O e lla tly fo u n d tm e to s tu d y f o r th e bar. a n d h e q u a llfle d,as a b a rrs te r, th o u g h h e n e v e r p r a c tsed- htnajlv h e a c h e v e d th e r a r e d s -" tn c to a o f q u a lfy n g f o r th e d e g r e e o f D o c to r o f.aw B a h g h d e g r e e w h tc h up to th a t tm e h ad o n ly b ee n w o n a t th e S y d n e y U n v e r s t y b y D r. R o s e b y, M r. J u s tc e S.v, a n d th e C h e f J u s tc e (S r W lla m C u lle n ). 1! T h e la t e D r. O e lla tly w a a a g r e a t f a - v o r lte a m o n g w o r k n g Jo u rn a lsts, a n d th e r c o n fd e n ce n h m w a s m a n fe s te d w h e n b e w a s a p p o n te d c h a rm a n o f th e a d v s o r y k o a rd n c o n n e c to n w t h th e A u s tra la n J o u rn a ls ts A s s o c a to n a r b tr a to n a w a rd. W h e n h e g a v e up Jou rn alsm h e w a a s e n o r v c e -p r e s d e n t lo f th e X e w S o u th W a le s n s t t u t e o f.j ou rn a ll8 ts.,a n d a m e m b e r o f t h e W a r S a v n g s C o m m tte e. S o m e y e a r s a g o th e la t e D r. G e lla t ly w a s c lo s e ly a s s o c a te d w t h th e P r m e M ln ls le r (M r. H u g h e s ), an d th e y c o l la b o r a t e d n th e w r t n g o f a book, w b ch, h o w e v e r, w a s n e v e r p u b lsh e d. S3)t funtp Hormtg Strate. T U U n S D A Y, S E P T E M B E R 25, 1910., by s d e w th ts host, th e blow fly, f o r euurftosa c e o tu re s n E ngland w th ou t ra dleatter vbh" fly. G ranted th s t th s new p ara ste v a s h" s a ts fa c to rly acclm atsed, and Btandvy; bred and released. t re m c lss to w h eth er t can a c h ev e ad yth og lk e e S W b jh Uon. T w o w asp p ara stes s re a lr c a n r b e lr f used n N e w South W ales, one o f tlcm f # fv e years past, w th ou t b rn gn g about vun- tro l, much less e rad ca to n, o f.the h o?t llktt t s n ot probable, n nature, that an y paru st, specu-l w ll w b o lly d ostroy (b e host FpVtCeJft on whch ts own exlslfcnce depeurt*, A g an. P ro fp fl*"".,efroys p a ra ste a jr p a re n tly atta ck s on speces o f fly. YV exp e ct as much, as m ost n ara*ll.-.2-e * specfc h osts. But upwards o f h a lf a <lur (t speces b f fly are m p lca ted as sbucp puatg la- thla cou n try. W e bave no p ro o f fh a t t h parastt w ll a tts c k any fly o t b ttu specfc h o st; and t s h gh ly mpgbnhn th at t w ll atta ck a ll ou r sbeop pests. P ro fe ss o r T fro js parnslto m ay do a ll th a t s clam ed (o r t. and m ay th en b» rgh tly, acclamed as an admrable dscovery n sccu-;;, But u n tl t has proved ts w orth n the RfsV* n A u stra la tt w ou ld be Just as w e ll not to ; hope f o r a n y s m p le smd nexponsve panacea fo r our s b e cp -fly tr o u b le a And w e shall be w e ll a d vsed to c a rry on the stead y w ork on thla m p ortan t probl tn whch w * h ave alru ad j begun n thla uountry. 1 um- etc..v SepU 22. L A U N C B L O T r DOCTORS RESO t h e NEWCASTLE D T E. ;,, -NE W C ASTLE. W ednesday $ m eotn g o f tba board o f drectow sm cr th e jo sto n whch has arsen th Pogtf m em bers o f th o V d lc a f Board on account o f the board o f dr* cors* appoln m cn t or D r. G ardner to the h o n r r S l u wthout thelp br-»ng r S suuod..mr. A. A. Rankn, charm an o f the p lu l com m ttee, occuped the char. k S S ln f K mnnts had been m ade n tb e p ast w th o M referen ce to the.medcal Board Ths 7 Te quoted n stan ce* to e jo the M edcal Board had alw ays been consultofl A t b, la. t m cetlds,, h.. Dr. n a r d o.r...p p o n to a. h, was a w.p f. p tb, hut sent a teleph on e message sayln x the pontract should be subm ttetl to t e Medl W* "Ot have bv [u n d erstood. expressed re g re t that a d f- Rference had arac. an.1 sad that to put thng* rg h t th ey should rebcl.l ths m oton of provlous m eetng. M r. Lyn e. v ce -p res d e n t o f the house com-> m u leo, sad, as Dr. G ardner had been actlng Tot so long.» e d S not thnk t was necessary to p lace the m-tv te r b efo re the M ed cal Board -Mr. Blu ndell, a m em b er o f tho corom m esb th F M edcsl B oard w o re ou a par. B oth w ere d rec t acton. Dr. D oyle. M.L C., appealed to tb e b o a d l o f d rec to rs n ot to contnue n c on flct w l 3 th e.medcal Board. H a thought th e board «droctors. f th e y stood on tb e r rgh ts pow er to do an yth ng, but th ey could>,a S run a b g h o sp ta l w th ou t cou rtesy Mr. A lle rd ce, an o th er m em ber, sad he n a * surprsed a t the presjon t try n g lo jn te r- fe re w th the decson o f the last m eetn g V. H w as adjourned, m em bars o f th.medcal B oard to be n vted to dscuss th * matter n conference wth the board o f -tors. >, P l r E - F X N G C O M M S S OX. j NEW CHARMAN. H S H O N O R.w D C E H O LN. n v e w o f tb s resg n a to n o f Judge munds fro m th e charm ansh p o l the N eco s* sary ConTnodltes (nm rolsflon o w lo g to he- nc unable to m th a t offl n eonjunrlrtu w tb h s fttn er o fp tla l dltf-s, (h s porfto-. w tl s h o rtly b ec o m» vacan t t s reports as c erta n th a t Judge R nln. who s n ext la s e n o rty to Judge Kdmunln un th e.\ rb ltrflt U o a Bgnch, w lu ra ostvs tha a p p o ln ta a a u ROFESSOK LEFROY.; DSCOVERY. N T O T H B B D T O R O F T H B H K R A l.d. S r,~ T h e com m uncaton (ro tn yo n r London corresp on d en t n th U m o rn n g* laaue re gard n g P ro fe s s o r Ma.xwell L a fro y a d sc o ve ry o f a moans o f e rad ca tn g th e *h eey-fly p ost n A u strata m a y ra se hopes n c erta n b reasts, but tt w ou ld bo w e ll to g o c au to u sly b efo re acoep tn g th a o p tm ls llo fo r e c a s t a t ts taco B re fly, P ro fe ss o r L e fr o y haa fou nd a p sra - s lt e - n o t specfed, but p ro*u m a bly > w a s o t one speces o f b low fly (a U o n ot a p lfle d, but stated to occur n A u s tra la ) w h ch la d e- stru ctlvs to l u h o st under la b o ra to ry o o a - d lu o n a T h e re fo re the trou b le w lh shoep- fltea can b o banshed (ro m A u s tra la n flv o years a t sn u U cost. T b s s ffu th e n fo rm a ton can n from your correspondent s ;**Bu* w ou ld p o n t out tb a t th e p a ra s lu. bo t new o r "o d. m uat k a v * e x s te d s t e D R F. M. GE L L A Y DEATH N SYDNEY. DRECTOR OP SCH3NCE NSTTUTE. Dr. F ra n c s M ephan O ellb tly. D re cto r o f tb la s t lt n t * o f a c len ce and n d u stry. P n a w a y a t N o rth. Bydney at 4 o clock yeat m oron g. Dr. G e lla tly con tracted pneum onc nflu, a ll t l l s o v e r a w eek ago. p ro b a b ly on b s fro m M elb ou rn. and. alth on gh he p essm an unu su ally ro b u s t c on sttu to n, h e w t e l ab le to re s s t th e p r o g r o u o f tb e d s e M, ( h s e o a d tle a ra p d ly becam e crtu cal- w a s 4d y e a rs o f ago, and s snn rlved by! w fe, fo r m e r ly M U s Agnes M ary Jon **. BOB*, and th re e daughter*. H # p>ren *s ( u rvlt o hm. A w d e e xp e ren c e n JosraaaB, on tho c om m erca l sde, and an adv

38 edocatloq. p ro T ld ea Dr. G e lla t lr w th an e x -j ccllu n t m en tal equ p m en t f o r th e re tp o n s b e poston o f U lr e e te r n f to e n s ttu te o f 8 c le n c «and su u stry. to wbk-b b «w a s appon ted b r th e Com m on w ealth O o vera m o n t n A p r l la s t gr. T b o scop e? th* w o rk c arre d on by thej ttote fa ta r-n a e b a js, a n d b s outstandng. U tss w e re ap p led w th g r e a t e a e rgj la ts orga n lb ston and d evelo p m ent. T b e m an o b je c t o f tb o n s m u to s tb e H tla to n o f cctentlb c resoa rch lo c on n ecton w th, o r f o r tb o p ro m o to n o f, the p rm a ry o r second-; o r y u d o s trlrs o f tb e CommonweflCh. A vas w a o o n t o f d e ta l w o rk bas been o T o lv ed n p la c n g encn.an u n d ertak n g upon a frm) n ro lv jo g, a s t does, tb e establsbm od b la b o ra to res a t d ffe r e n t c en trm tb * C om m on w ealth, tb e p rom oc M and ut] satn< v t e x s tla g nsltuu ods. anl th e buldluk up o f tb e m ost con p ctcn t staffj a v a lla b lo fo r tb e c a rry n g o u t o f tbe r«h s earch es. B y h ard w o rk and n u c l fto ftv e llln g n d fferen t p a rts o f th e C om m on w ealth. Dr, G e lla tly accom plshed] a g re a t d ea l n a sh o rt space uf tm e. Uon- c u rre n tly n ve s tg a to n s b a r e been c a rre d ou8 n va ro u s dlrertlu ob, som e o f whlcb h ave ttre a d y y e ld e d m p o rta n t reauus, as has l»,eg n o u n!ro!a tm e t o tm e o s p eecb es d e ly e r- ed by Dr. O e lla lly b efo re tb * Cham ber o f C om m erce and o th e r budtea. A CDDBlderut)on w h ch R r. G ejlau y lo s t n o opportunty t o em phaslae, and oue w b cb he kept" c o a a ta n tly b e fo re b ra n e sta b ls b n g th e \.ork o f th e lu a tlt u tf o f Sclenr.t> and l a - duatry a a ra p d ly anu e ffe c tv e ty as, p ossble, w a s tb e lo fltca ce w b lcb t,»)o u ld b a v e n p la c n g tb e n d u stres) o f A u s tra la upon an equal, am. lf p o s s b le,- advau tageou s b ass o f c om p e tton w th those o f o tb e r cootrles. f t w sa p ro vjd ed th a t n S lg cap u clty o f D re c to r o l th e n s ttu te, Dr. G c lla ll ahnuld u t os cha rm a n o f an cx- *>vutva cou u cl o t th re e, tb e o th e r tw o m e m b ers b en g s c teo tu ts. tbus le a v n g hm th e c o o n e crn g ln k b etw e en s ce n ce and ndustry. P r to to hjs a p p o n m e o t as D r e c to r o t the n s ttu te o t B clea ce and lu d u stry. D r. G e lla tly had been fn a n ca l e d to r o f tb e S ydney M o r n n g H e ra ld f o r o v e r tw e lv e ye a rs. H e.;<s.1 He- N>r o f L a w s o f S yd ney U n lveraty. and a b a r r s tc r -a t-la w o f tb o N o w Soutb W a le s la r o f ab out seven y e a rs standng,.but bad n ev e r p ractsed. H e w a s a n a tve o f B a lla rn t. aud w as educated a t th e Church o f E ngland luar Sehool, B H llarn t, th e K n g s S cbool, tt*- m a tta. and th e Sydnoy U n lv e r- %ly. l a to.-.l t,a jo n ed th.- N e w South W a le s F o re s trv r-f-pftf.bent as a fo r e s t cad et under tbe a 1 Johu llnlc nrowp. and n ths cap acty bo h elp ed to c lea r, gru b, b nrn ott. and p lan t tb o G o sford S ta te N u rse ry, a fte r - w r:t9 p rfn rm ln g s m la r s e rv c e s f o r th e JllUfcy j jt b y p la n ta to n n th e W y o n g dts- t.u t. S h o rtly a fte rw a rd s h e e n tered jo u rn a lsm f on-d th e S ydney M orn n g H e ra ld ", tmff n JtSS. and. w th a s h o rt n le rvn d urn g p a r t o f w bch b e w a a a m e m b er o f th e Sydney a e tu a rla l s ta ff o f th e E q u ta b le L f e A ssurance f?ocrty o f th e V n te d S ta tes, b e rem an ed On t "H - ra d a ta ff tll la s t yea r. n 19". upon, l... r. r m r tll o. Mr. P eter Proctor, v h n a e ; ;uc,- tn h had b een f o r 10 y c a s, *r- G< a.ly cam e fn a n ca l e d to r o f th e ".ydn->y Jlorn u K H e ra ld. t w aa whte, b o ld n g th t a p ro ln tm e n t tb a t he e n tered th e law sch ool o f th o U n v e rsty, an d b e to o k th c o f B a c h e lo r o f fows (D L.B.) n T h *?ano y e a r he p ro ce. dtml to G re a t B rta n and E u ro p e, rctu rn tn g a fte r a to u r oxtcnftln g o v e r x m r-jth s. v a tb o U n ted S ta te s. W h le r rn n m l he had th e advantab o f m e e tn g H t «r a l..ftllnguahfd ffe a n c la l jo u m a lla ta, n clu d ng r l r (T fo rg e r...n, f o o t *dlt >r o f th e.=»all»t. and M r. H a r tlp y W lth e re, n ow,, e,lte r n f th e "K con on H l K aeh o f heae [ E vn tletn-n < l dfr>-;.f p frn d e f tftr. w a r v a g fsj tal a d v se r to dc B rlla h G overn m en t. SHwUy a fte r bs retu rn, t>r. G e lla tly w aa 1 r:r.n>-d to th e P a r. - tftr r an fn t e r r a b e d e - jl tertnlbcd to read f o r th e d o g ree o f o c to r o f T.aws,,-.- 1 n H sucreoarul n t a k ln c h a t d g r r c, hf,- r.o»t:d»a f«p red eceoso p b e n g ) Dr vfad.lr-u. upcn wl.nm t w a s r o n fe rre d n f t> fn r a e la e d fn r D r. G - l l a t l r w a s a s e v e re u T ftc o f -rcjtuccl J-- - o f v eo tu re a w h ch n«.kod.. te. - B. mn t nr to <r;x )rl nf p,blc ;» r r y, a n l, n nhtv nst -: cr. b had th e!s a tb «c!-»a < { \ W o;: hat hs Jndgraant, waa vnnrtrm -d n rn b scqu en l w o rk n g o f ju e com ptb ltt-.jg.-f %-Ufy.h tod w a rs ed th o p co p e. Am onjr vr.j-tlrr. c o n rrlu jlo n s to l rr.f<;7 h y Tr. G e lta t y w fb h a t- Med n o r (!r ;!;r fotl- : w rc th rm o f,n rrl.lf-l >pc on H gh Kl fh * f - o r no r* ( ftrrjarlon. apd fh» tb lrd n l l t b j " f s W a r!- a la. T h e th ree g e ea -O P C T cd rs the ( o u,e SsTdney F M lo r a d t ( n n» > *, >» o r M.m - tm e a vc -! >» tt o; t h N -.V.--.utth W a le a n s ttu te J o o r o flu " -, -h A rn.p 0 f t h r V, w.«,oth V a l e P --rd o f AKcc. and a g.tfder o f the W a r Kuv.cx Cnurj. f» f vh l pjacn fh J «m o rn n g a t Btor H ll! ry. MW l:-u R N K, W ed n e«d sy T h e M m d n l* *. M r. H urhc!., to -d a y, b ah af o f to-- r>--(frol fd n lv ry, sen t a jgrttn o f -on dolrn cr fn Vrp. O pl.tlt, H r lh a hr ft*, (b f n fy f - f ortmonw ath lo s t a h g h ly pul. s.-rran t SCENCE ANT),rM);STEY H t 0nrmt> Hornng fttralh. m l D A Y, S B P T E M B E K 2S DR. F. M. GELLATA FUNERAL, AT GORE lu L L T he la r g e and rep resen tatve ga th ern g a t tb b u ra l o f Dr. F ra n cs Mephan C e lls tly. D re cto r o f tb e C om m enw ealtb n stu q te ot Scence and ndustry, a t tb o Gore H U C em e te ry yesterd a y m orn n g w as tb e la s t sm ple trb u te to a man whose nam e w ll alw ays H v * affectjonatejy n tb e h earts o f those am ong whom b e m oved. A b o u t ll m th ere w a s juat [that q u et charm th a t endeared hm to troops Of gen un e fren d s. O n ly a few yards fro m b s g r a v e s tb e la s t re stn g- place o f M r. P e te r P ro cto r, who w as Com m ercal E d to r o f tb e "S yd n ey M ornog H e r a ld " m any y ears ago. w h en you n g 0 «1 - la U y w as b s assstan t, p ro r to becomjog h s successor. T h e r p erson al assoclatorf w as a lfelu D g one. "T b e C om m onw ealth, sad tbe R ev. R. H. W augh, M.A., o f tb e N e u tra l B ay P res b y-j[ tera n T?.-jreh,,n offlcatu g. "a th e p oo rer fl fo r h- UDtlm el passn g aw ay o f Dr. Ge-jl la tly. T h s U r g e g a th e rn g reflects tbefl genune esteem n w hch be w as betd. H a l was a m an o f h ru lan t gfts, and on w b o s o j snnny. gen a l d lsp o sllo n won fo r blm mauyu fren d s n a ll classes o f th e com m unty. T h e re w a * h s m llla n t U n v ersty career, tbe d stn c tv e p lace tb a t be occuped n journauam. and tbo h gh poet fo r w bch tb e Com m onw eau b G overn tn eu t bad cboeen b lm a w o rk w b ch he w aa assduously d e v e lo p Log, and to th e b ro a d ly useful reau lts <Ml w b lch he w as lo o k n g fo r w a r d w tb such n - te r e s t Tbe Com m on w ealth bae lo st a good servan t, aod e ll th ose w bo knew hm a d ea r fren d. Our sym pathy go e s out lo th ose w b o b a v e been s o suddenly b ere a v e d by h s d eath hs aged parents, ha w dow and chld ren, and oth ers n bla fa m ly c r c le." T b e c h e f m ourners a t the g ra vesd e w ere M rs. G e lla tly (w d o w ), h e r daughters. V v a and D o ro tb y. and h er son. R o s s e ll and L n d say, M r. Jaa. G e lla tly (ta fh e r, M r. Arth ur G e lla tly (b ro tta er), M rs. Stone s ls te r-ln -a w ), Mr. A rth u r Jdnea (b ro th e r -n -la w ). M ss G et- la tly (c o u sn ), and M r. R. P a r r (M rs. G el- la tly s com la). O thers a t tb a gra ve s d e ncluded Mr. O. F a rfa x (re p resen tn g John F a rfa x aod Sons, Ltd., p ro p re to rs o f the "S yd n ey M o rn n g H e r a ld " and "S yd n ey M a ll ), m em bers o t th s S y d n ey M o rn o g H erald staff, M r H. C. D ad sw ell (re p res en tn g M r. W. u. Gon- ley, O cn orol M an ager). Mr. J. M acgrego r (re p resea tn g M r. C.* Brunsdon P lotcb er. E d to r o f th " fc r a ld. " and tb e e d to r a l staff), M r. H. K. W lla m s (F n an c al E d to r), M essrs. C. T beak ston e. P erc y S. Allon, G. M a rr Thom pson. A. P. Cooper, X. B. W llk lo, J. E. D avenp ort. R. J. D. M Callum, A. M lle r. A. H. Stuart, E. Downey, R. 0 H end erson, and A. T. Shakespeare, (re p r e s e n tn g th e U to ra ry a ta ff), and th e f o l lo w n g oth ers, r p r*s e n llo g oth ar branches o f th c H e r a ld, as.w e ll at e x-e m p lo y ee s : M essrs. A r th a r Cooper, J. K. Sm all, C. B. ; R ch ards, A. Sem plo, J. R. F egg. Geo. Brow n. W lson J. B a le y, and W. S ton ley H a ll. O thera! r s nt w e re Captan N eagh (rcp rca en tn g hs P re m e r, M r. H o lm a n ), M r. T. W. H oney md M r. T. W. S pencer (p rea d en t a o d hou. le c r e u r y re s p e c tv e ly o f the.new Soum W ale* u a tltb te o f Journ alat*. o f w h ch Dr. fl ; n * lly w a s an x-vlee-presm u n t), P ro fe s s o r [j Jouglas S tew a rt, P ro fe ss o r W a tt, Mr. P. L e - [.c r rle r, snd Mr. F. B. G u th re (re p rrss n tln g * vp Tfew South W a le s A d v so ry Councl»f :h o n s ttu te o f S cen ce and n d u s try), M r. T C. F a u lk n e r (re p res en tn g th#.a n stralla n J lo u rn a lsta Asaocatton and th e N e w S outh * W ale: Jwurnallata Board o f A d vce, o f whlcn a t t e r b o d y Dr. G e lla tly w a s flra t cjalrm ao). dr. H. W. P e ters (c b e f o f staff. " D a lly T e l- - fr tp h ). M r. 0. W. Tod d (" W o r ld s N e w s *), M essrs. A. A. DunnlcllT and E. F u rley ("D a J ly T e le g r a p h "). M r. Boht. N a ll, M r. H. r. T a p c re ll (E d tb r. "E v e n n g N w * >. M r. J.! S ell ("S u n ). M r. J. H. E arnsbaw (re p res en t- ng th shppng papers!, Messrs. J. R. W a l lace aod G. W h tn ey (S yd n ey and U-lbourn r u b lls h a g C om pan y), M r. H. P. W lla m s and W. T. A lb e r t ("T h e r t o d " n ew sp ap er), P ro fe s s o r Peden. M.L C., g n d M essrs. W. M chla. and A. E. G gn ey (re p ree n to g the Lodge A th en aeu m ). Mr. M. P. W ard (M essrs. W. t:. W o rd and Co.. Y o r k -s r e e t), M r. E. (,\llen (C o u n try Preees A s s o c a to n ). M r. W. H O M a lle y W ood (S avn g Rank C o m m ssloo er). M r. ft. M m a (acrefsry. R o y a l E xch an g.). Mr. ;C. W. B rd ge, o f M altand (P ro fe ss o n a l P h o to- g ra p h e re A s s o c a to n ). M rs. B. Lan g, and M essrs. Jos. Uulh E rn es t B la ck w ell. Geo. G le s, Carlton Boyce. H. C. M tch ell, A. M ae-, QHsso. R. H. K, W ood, A. W. Jone*. and H. H a fg e Am on g th e w rea th s th a t wer< lad on the. g ra v e w - r c Dotfcud tok ns fro m John F a rfa x an d ftoas. -fd., fro m th# mploye«r«n tb«d ffe ren l tepnrtm onts o f th e "R yd n ey M orn n g H e v jd," "O l. C o rc ra d ta." "D a ly T elf-p rap h." th P re m e r (M r. H o lm a n ), M r..n s d M rs.. K. W lularas, M r. and M rs O. J. B eevc. M r. and Mra. R. J. D. M ccaum. the -Dermmoawaallh Tfcntltut o f 8 cf«acfl and n- d ta try. tb e C fp O trv P re s s ASftpslstJon o f N -w S w t b T a tes, W pn sbp fol M t.-r... ST.\TE ORGANSATO: As.ss-nxn t h e NSTTUTE. Ob next M onday even n g th ere w ll b e an m portant con feren ce n th e assem bly room o f th e s u t e E du catoa-b n ldlsga, fo r th e p u r pose o f con sdern g tb beat w a y n w h ch tho acentlfc n sttu tons o t N e w South W a les con c olla bora te w th th * Federa l n sttu te o t S c ence and ndustry, o f whch th e late Dr. F. M. G e lla tly w as the lrf d rector. M r. Jam es n v te d to the conference held on A u gust 1ft. and 21. reprea en latvp s of th e scen tfc s ocetes o f Sydney and those o f th e State, as w e ll as rep resen tatves of tbo Cham ber o f Com m erce and Cham ber Menuf.Tctures;. n o rd er th at som e d efnte organsaton m gh t be developed fo r th e purpose o f not o n ly contnu ng tbo n te re st n sclantfc study and k vcsg atlo n. but also tb a t these m ght b e m ade perm anently useful to th ndustres o f tb e State, an nfluental com m ttee was appon ted, con sstn g o f the fo llo w lo g ge n tle - n ; Mr. P e te r Board, D re cto r o f E du caton (to a lrm m ): Mr. R. D. W a tt, P rofe ss or o f A g rcu ltu re. Sydney U n v e rsty ; Dr. M urphy. L c ft u r e r n C h em stry a t th e T ecb n cal C o l le g e; Dr. G reg Smth, h onorary s e c r e tu r o f the n du stral secton o f th e R oy al S o cety; Mr. P. W. S teel, m anager o f th e General Chem cal Co.; M r. 0 B. H ector, p resden t of the tudubtral secton o f tb e R oyal S ocety; Mr. B. F. Fsk, charman o f Au stralan W re less, L td.; M r. B. J. Stuart, channan o f the S o ce ty ot Chem cal n d u stry; H r. J. N angle, superntendent o f techncal educaton: M r. P. Eastaugfa. lectu rer, Sydney U llv a ra lty : M r. P, B. 8h(-aslone, e le c trc a l branch o f tb e R aj - w ay Jp artftou t: and M r. S. H. Smth. nspec- to r o t contnu aton schools. T h ls com m ttee has held several m eetn gs snce tb e adjournm ent o t tb e conference, and tbe re su lt o f th e r d elb erato n s w ll be placed b efo re tho m eetn g on M onday evenng, when a defnft proposal w ll be n e fo r th e fo r m aton o t a State organsaton, represen tatve o f exlb lng scen tfc and n dnstral nstltutona aad socetes, fo r tho purpose o t c o-op eratn g w lb. and c o-o rd n a tn g lh e w o rk o f, the p ro posed F ed era l M>sttute o l Scence and ndus-. try- n tl o vork o t ro con stru clo n E ngland, Franco, and Am ercn sclene nvfgrlgatora are p erfo rm n g alm ost as m p ortant a part as they dd d urn g th e actv e p rosecu ton o f th e war. "S c e n c e." a m em ber nf tbe com m ttee sad yesterda y, s ab solu tely essen tal n tb o d e v elop m en t o f Au stralan agrcu ltu re and m anu factu rn g ndu stres, snd scentfc n ve e tl- g a to n alo n e can rem o ve tb e obstacles whlcb a re s t present re ta rd n g tb e developm ent o f theso ndustres.. M ao r A la n H olm es a Court and G a V 1 D ssrth ; o f the A.A.M.C.. who w ere t b 1 on th e staff o f tbe Sydney H o sp ta l p ro r lo S n latln g: retu rn ed t o Sydney, accom paned by th o lr w ves, by the K ato o m b a y?aterday. M a jo r H olm es a Court, w ho has been aha* * on m lta ry duty snce th e outbreak o f th e w r. receved a decoraton fro m the Fren ch G o vern m en t C l e. e o n r p H o r u s J J f r a R l. MONDAY, SEPTEMREE 22, j M«Kd aduoo. and edcrt r th* late lohn MelRon aod thl late Mm. Vro. * wred M yean. TL.P. WAK MEMORAL. - SYDNEY GR.YMM.YR. SCHOOL. T h e W a r M em ora l Fund w h ch tb e O ld t Syd neaos Unon has establsbed n o rd er to ( conunem orate, a lo n g both useful and fttn g. llace, th e B ervlcea a t tb e fr o n t o t tb e o ld b o y o f th e Sydney O ram m ar S cbool, s b en g eo* th o s la s tlc a lly ta k en up. O v e r tooo o ld boya b a v e passed through tbe achool d urn g tb e la s t h a lf cen tu ry, and t w fll o bvo u sly be dlflleulc f o r tb e com m ttee t o g e t n to touch w th m any o f them on account o f th e r m ovejf m en ts ta r and wde. f. th o re fo re, tb e com m tte e a unable to m ake a d rec t appeal to them, tb e y are u rged to h elp tha m ovem ent, aa d th u s exp re ss ta n gb ly th e r apprecaton o f th e old school s splendd p a rt n th e w ar, by g e ttn g n to touch w lth.tb e unons h ea d qu arters. 341 M ocqu are-e treet. T h e m oney so fa r subscrbed s n o t to b e ; a llo w ed to rem an d le p en d ng ts d efn te a llo tm en t to th e one o r o th er on dertakngs whch, w h le s erv n g s e b la o re m cm orlas, W ll ten d t o ncrease tb e sch o o l s usefuloesa. o r th s sum 1000 has been p n t nto tb e P eace Loan, and other amounts w ll follow. P o r to n o f tb e fund s to be ap p led to» m em oral w th n th e school, b earn g tb e names o f a ll the o ld w h o volu n teered. T h s w ork s n band, and d urn g tbe w eek tbo actu al form o t tb e m em o ral w lt be decded, uptm, A m o n g tho la tes t sub scrb ers to tho fund are Mr. W. Vleorx aad M r. Chss. Ludow cl, 100. T h e old boys gen o rally a te ra lly n g around th e m ovem en t w th an cntbualasm and w h ole- h e a rte d n o u whch a re an au gury (o r ts.sue- «««..V BUFRE lle COUBT.y ACTNG JUDGE MAY BE a p p o n t e d. UR. RALSTON S NAME v MENTONED. t 1* nderrtood th * t t e l r,» e r «c «o f the a e rrc e # o f M r. Justce P rln g (s en o r Pulsue J u d ge) fro m th * ord n a ry w o rk o f the Supremo C ou rt lo th e conduct o f the W h ea t R oy al Com- m sson w tll n r c e a lta * the appoln tm ont o f an S DOCTORS RESG7. NEWCASTLE HOSPVa L. K B W C 0 T T L E, Bur day. { T b e m em bers o f tb e m edcal board o f tha N e w castle H o sp ta l have sent a le tte r o l r e sgnaton to the boar! of drectors of tbe nsttu to n, and h ave CTtercd ap ro te st aganst th e m ann er o f th e ap pontm ent o f D r. G ardlo er to th e m edcal board. T h e dootora con cerned a r e C olon el Beeston. Drs. Dunlop. N tck soo. L e slo, A llen, E w n g, 1 H a rrs, P oth crd ge, M organ, Crotbers, and G rvcs. Dr. G ardn er has f o r som e tm e been actng h o n o ra ry m e d cal odccr o f th e bospjtal n p lace o f Dr. H o rs ta ll. w bo has heen on a ctfva servce. D r. H o r s fa ll, on retu rn n g fron. tb * fro n t, ten dered h s resgnaton as h onorary m edral offcer, and D r. G ardn er a p p llt. for permanent appontment n bs place. Thc app lca to n came b efo re lb e board o f d rectors a t ts m e etn g on T u esd ay la s t, and Dr. G ard ner w as apponted. T h o m em bers o f th e m edcal board protest agan st tb e a p p on tm en t o t D r. G ardner by th e board of d rec to rs w th ou t th e r beng consulted. T h e m a tte r w ll b s dscussed a t a sp eca l m e etn g o f th e hoard o t d re c o r s on T u esd ay sgh t. OBTr.AEY. m k..t o h n m e l t.o.v. U r John M.lllo., M,.-.,. n-kuown and h lkhly-rcepeutod b arrl8 ter-a (-l.:w. acu a t ha resd ence a t.mosrran on Satu J y nlgn. H o w a s assocated w th Judge H j-don n con n ecu on w th th e L a w CohBoHdoUun Cnm- m leslon o f N e w South W ave <u>m? J cs nqo, and recem Uv-, was charmnn o f tho P rn ters W a g e s Board. M r. M elllon was con sdered one o f tho m ost KrllBnt cb o lara o f St. K lld a Houeo, n ow St..MoyeuB C o lle sc. N o rth Sydney, and waa call* 2 10 ho B a r about 00 years ago- T h c Uccea. od was BU accom plshed m uscan. H e G s r -. vvp d b y a w d ow and four chlldr.-a. Hs ctdcpt son, a fte r th ree years a c tv e sc-rvlcoj n F ra n ce w th th A..F., s expected to a r r v e n Sydney w th n a fe w day:. DUTCH AHSTOE TO AUSTR.YLA. FOE EDUCATON AND TR EL. A u stra la, a ccordn g to v a to n tr. c; the slands, le bound to becom e exceed n gly popula r am on g to u rsts and h ollday-aeek r-? now t b a t th e w a r haa ended. D u rn g recnt m onth* th ere has been a m arked nflux <>( D n rh c U - 2ens fro m J a v a and S ngapore. are m pressed w th th e attra cto n s tb o tlln a te and the volu m e o f busness tran sacted n the c h e f A u strala n ctes. M r. H. W es trtc k, a re ce n t v s to r fro m ] Java, says th at b e. lk e oth er H ollan d ers, bad no con cep ton tb a t A u stra la wtm so ad m ra b ly w e ll o ff as she w a s n n atu ra l?eautlca, ao ftte d fo r v a s t expanson n th e comm rcal aodse. and so favou red w th regard to her.clm a te. "T b e custom am ong th e Dutch resden ts a t Java has h ee n," sad M r. W cstrlck. " t o g o fu rth e r a fe ld tban A u stra la f o r lo ll- days, because A u s tra la w as lt t le knowu to th e m a jo r ty o f them. Dutch parents have sen t th e r chld ren elsew h ore o order to fnsh o ff tb e lr edneaton, because o f tbs want o t k n ow led ge con cern n g A u strala. Now, tb e ro appears.to b e an aw akenng. T be war., 1 suppose, s respoxmlble. B e fo re tha w ar Dutch s ettle rs n Java and o th e r slands, n o rd er to e n jo y a b r e f re sp te fro m tbo trop cs, usually w o n t back to tb e r cw u coun- tr y o r to A m erc a, b u t tb e d earth o f shppng) and th e subm arne m enace du ru g th- w ar. c o m p elled th em to lo o k lo th e o rc o f A u s t r a la t baa been a re ve la to n tu all w ho b avo v s te d e th e r Sydney, M elbourne,,or A d e la d e to tee how w e ll estahllsb- your [publc and p rva te n sttu ton s a re, bow fa r advan ced you a re n your m ethods <- handln g traffc. Q ute a num ber o f m y.lends have bad th e m presson d sp elled t t a t tb s s ac ou n try o t b oom era n g-th row crs am lttle else. fnd t as easy to e n jo y m yself h ere as e v e r t waa on tb e Contnent. M r. W es trlck added th a t A u stra la s popula r ty w ou ld tp e n as tbo a d v a n g c s o f our edu caton al system s becam e b e tte r k n o w. H e h ad no d ou bt th a t num bers o f D u tch parental w ou ld, nstead o t sen d ng tb e r rhldrcn- abroal to be educated, n vo lv n g lo n ger Jour aod ad d to n al expense, send them t> Am) S- 11a. EONBURGH UNHERsto ROLL OF HONOR, M a jo r John El. M ack o n fe w r te s tr o r the U n v e rsty o f E dn burgh, Ju ly 24: * l t s propoeed to reco rd th e p a rt placed by (h e U n v e rsty o f E dnburgh tn tb o war <r tbs p u b lca ton o f a r o ll o f honor a o d w a r cord. A s m all com m ttoo, con sstn g o f th c rrr.clpat. S r A lfr e d E w n g, S r Ln dovlc G rant, P rofessor ln rv c y L ttle jo h n, and Jamea lk * r # re spon sb le. w th M a jo r J. H. M aeken zle a.. Jtor. t s ntended th a th c valum o should nclude photograp h s and b og rap h U al d r u ls nf (hone groduatsb aod alu m n whe bavo gv e n ther lves, and a c om p lete lst, w th d ata o t h ose who b ave served, to g o lb e r w th report u w ar w o rk done n eonncclon w fth th e U n v c". ty n ta va ro u s d ep ortm en ls. "D u rn g thu w a r much n form aton b n : been a ath ercd b y S r.urtovlc G rant (secrtm ry of th e U n v e r s ty ), and t s now sought to brng up to date and coraploto th e colle c to n uf tbe d ata re qu red. T h s s a m a tte r o f some d ffcu lty p a rtc u la rly n the case o f there who h ave fa lle n, m o re e s p e c a lly f h e lr relah ves lv e o u t o f Scotland. T hc p arll-u lh rs d slrod a rc nam e, address, fach ly, y e a r nf entr, d e gre e. m em b ersh p o f olflrer tra n n g orpa, sch ool, d ato o f b lrtb. branch o f rogtla.* t v co o r o th e r w a r uervtcc, rank, p ro uohnr and.h o n o rs (w th d a te s ). H fforte n re b en g made to h ave lb e volu m e read y fo r pnbm atjon e a rly n ex t y e a r."

39 ( 5 f B o n u n S A T U R D A Y. S K l> T K Y tn -:t 27, fllo. E N X O U E A G TN G H S T O E T C A f Acrrs. For th people had a mnd to work. consttutes tbe secret of soccess of a certan naton at a crtcal perod of ta hls- tury. l " as after daaatrous war and; ttlp. Tho day of rer-nnstncton came. l was exponent to rebuld ther captal Jty. Tly work waa beku, bat the work- era wcro dscouraged and hndered by oemfes. Towevcr, under wse and nsprng leadershp tbe task was renewed, and.gvowed Rr-hevcmcnt gladdened tber ramla. ar.d he hlstorlau reeonls thnt the.arcomplslmet was due to the fact tlat j"w e returned every man unto hs work, po bult we the wal, for the people had a : mnd to work. Tlls also for us s a da.».r reconstructon. We may happly not be (Ttled upon lterally to rebuld our walls, but the foundatona o f our future prosperty need nttentoo, aud perhaps rebuldng. fe sr nlwya wastes, costa much, and pro-; ( :ces lttle. Hence the call s not only fur producton, but reproducton. Because,.f tbe latter ndubtable need some Bplrt j jet dsconged and pessmstc. But tb jl crpples effort nd dsprts olhers. t s 1fatal atltnde of mnd and mn.st be fought A wpjl-nfonncd Amerlcuu wrter nforms.0*$ thnt even n the Unted States ths Wndng pesslrastc sprt s exhbted. He hughs nt t, snd rdcules t. f (hs un- Mark-lke Tapley sprt can ever be jus- lecd. t s surely less Justfable n eome n. tous than othera. However, a careful Rurvoy o f htatorlcal facts where a brave p.vtple have had to face reconatrucllon n crtlenl crss Phon]d bansh ths unhcro Bltn e. Durng the years mmetately fo lowng the N.ajoleonlc wars, England w certanly confronted wth a colossal reco.strcctve task and burden. The count T7JS embttered, by general dstress, lnte» ed by bud harvests. The people, steell Tber fttces, gnpped wth the gant and connercd. Whatever our troubles, they arc R >t comparable to thers. n 1S30, a tenth of the net ncome o f the people of Englaud W.S nworbed n payng the mere nterest ol the natonal debt. The workng mau, had tl) spend no less than three-quarters of -s wages on bread. By pluck and heroc effort coudltfons gradually vastly mproveu, What must have made the burdcna harder lo bear was the exlstonce of tbe pesslml.=$tlo achool. the "apostles of complant and de- spdndency. who prophesed hnnkmptcy for tho whole naton. Macaulay was oblged to say of ths whole perod: * W e may have heard of nofhng but falure, we have seen nothng but progress. The secret of tle progress was, despte nt the outset the; problem o f uaemploymeht. thnt the people tad a mnd to Work. And work done created work to be done. Farmers were.tmc to lutrodnce mprovements n agrcul- re* whch changed the "o le face of tbe country. New Qddstre.s came nto beng f. rw.-rded by new nventons. Ecnmme r.\ edom was developed nnd better condl- -ns of labour. By ndustry the ncome, m yhe people waa doubled, and the cost of; UN cnornously rcdtcel. fefeth the wls-! < >ra of aftor events, we recognse now that the jroductlon of the w.tlth was not always evenly dstrtmtod. t s from the years consepent to fevaterloo that we have the ncpent war o f the classes, tbat so-lal *h fe whch s stll and ncreasngly onr g-p.uest obstacle to prepress. t s man-.t to-day n strkes and other methods whch conslltute fhe greatest foe straddb g M-rss the jmfh of our general prosperty, mnderlg rfhqn.stmeto. Could we but bave udmtraf peace. Aercns task.after her Cvl War was ggantc. The hstoran fackeuse comples that the States lost n that wars death roll no loss than -«0.000 men. t haa»een e*=tuatcd that the campagn to both Cdos (-(mjolutly cost not less than, 1-l.y.0,WH).«)0 atorlg. fefeen he great ctft nules were (llslmuded fley-were snost mwlltely alsorlm-d n reprnduc-( t c lubjur. Xley turned wth reewed eaevg)- to (he developuut of ther great, tontnent, cs >«2ally n Hgrcnltnre. They! bult ralways rght acn>s.s ther country,! ren. alldugl Amerca fop nwllle madel (be nlrtake of«beng ovcr-optlmac. and u 11 delmhd tlcnsclves for a short H*rlo«by a merely vsonary prokporty. a too. rrpd and H-rllous mouetnr) lucreus<f.and slfferod ncconlngly. yet the of\hc trs and Srlj)es cnrut from cxmjrenve. H, cmtued from the crcble wtl vtalty uudmn!»l»**d. Her people hnd the mnd to work, and despte the trllmlnunn, n Thrteen years after the close of the war she ebc(*d her natonal debt by no less t.hum tlmn uaxmk*1,090 sterlng. Nccen- Kty fccemos (le mother of lvedtlon n all b.-sc crlcnl perods, and n Amerca electrcty was mule to pay trbute, na steam n-d rallwnya wero n England. Much of b e work Amerca dd then flwall* out dong here n Australtt. Wth enten>rl«c Hul wse methods we can attan n lke success. Another e v e n more strk ng luustcatlon s JEorded us by M r 11. D. W alsh. e n g ln e e r-to -c W e f and rfw k w e r Sydney H s rb o n r T ru st, has retlrs d fro m t h * eervce, o w n g to ll-h ea lth. L A T R D R. O K L L A T. r. MELDOURTTE. F rd a y.* W hen the Selenes aul ndustry B l l was h - fnr? the Houss o f R -p re s cn ta tlv ea to-d ay. Mr. A. S. R od gers sad (h a t a ll men-e-*, w h eth er supporters o f th:* M l ar not. f d t deep and, k-en rcsre* at the dc.th (%f Tr. O o lla tly. LU- r o to r o f the Burrau «d.->.-»th. v M c b m tfh hsttpned»: Mr- h,?-* work n hs now p ostrn, was a f t ouc lo the yon g n st- fk and th e naton e c n ru lly. Mr. RotHtera s rem arks w ere receved hy a chorus o f "h e a r, h e a r" from a ll p arts o f (h «House. Mr. K en n eth J. T on kln g. re cen tly o f tbe offce o f M essrs. J. S t o a r t - o m and C o., " cltors, has heen appon ted w n o c U te to A c tn g Justce R alston, w h o Commoaoes hs dutes on the Supreme C ou rt Bench on M on day next. M r. T on k n g la n hs second y e a r as a la w studant a t S ydney U n T erslty, and turlng hs frst term had th e d stn cto n o f w nnng tbe W gra m A le n sch olarsh p an d th e P tt C obbsu p rze fo r c on sttotlo n a l law., t t * Walter T runs oan nareun*...jwphlp toouw n tbe h a ta et the Warden and B e gl*t»r» «t W a."m MW. Hwr Publc Notces. Q U U u s v B a s rn OnCff s ber;by glvm that MONDAY, h O V U B M loth, bra bren nrocwuea n the Utzette by me Gorcroor u tbe luy ou whch nerab««ol the ng Senate shall retre, and the vacanaea by auch retrement ehall *< flled n accordance *1 he provuoo of the Unvcret* Amendment Act, J912- On that day there " l l be an electon of Ten «* kres by the Uraduate. o( the fn h w dty. Code* the bylawa no person wll be ehphle r a lecton UDee K nanu ahall hare beep to the Regtoto un--r Ue hands of Torrt not earu.r than Monday, *eptember 2Wh, nor later than Monday, October 13tb. p < lrf*u rlt ( o n * wlu "con*durt«l b* bau- - g a te a rotng personally or by otr..- mtted through the poet aa prorldwl oy byuw. The ballot wttl be tekea at the n o w of the Sorrty, EUzabctb Bfrert. <«Monday,.voveml e URh, eobunendng at! > n.m., and cloabg t a p-m- VOnVC BY POST. ByUw 18 («f) provdes aa follows; At any tme fle Dotflraton of th.- day o( eleckm. «d not than the Ulrd day before the day of flwlfed TOler who derres to vote by lawa and receved at the m rvew y not Uter tha. s on the day of electon wlu be counted n the QTTAt.rPFflONS OF VCrTH The Tnveraty Amewment Art 1. And electon of Fellows 1 Cntver.ty * a ll he by the fo!l. n g peraons of the age of twenty-one years, namely: fsrtata declared hy ths Art to rteht. anrt prvjlega wthn th«unlverst> aa Mnstm acd Doctor*. f f b e C l - o n % (d Bachelor* and all other any cert l l t e the currs to be.alent to the Degree of Bacbe S T D N E T, S A T U R D A T. S B P T B M B B K j THE WDE HORZONS OZ SCENCE. Lon don : on stsh lfvand n 1917-lS the m p e ra l Stndl s C om m ttae o f th e U n v eray o f London arran ged a course o? nne lectu res a t K n g s C o lle ge. T h e sp e ca l object o f th ese lo ctu res w a s " t o b rn g becor* th e pnbuc the c lam s o f lo o lo g lc a l aclence to rc-cognltlon on term s o f e q u a lty wth oth er departm ents o f le a rn n g." Each o f these n ne addresaes waa d elv ered b y a frst-cla ss authe- r7. and to geth a r th e y certa n ly do con sttu te a clam th at can n ot lg h tly be p u t asd e fo r tha m portance both fro m a u tlta ra n and an educatonal pon t o f v e w o f b lo l< «y. P ro fe ss o r Doudy. lu hs n trod u ctory lectu re, "M a n s A c count w th tbe D ow er A n m a ls." ad m ra bly aa tea th e case fo r th e lo o lo g s t. T a k n g the aeld o f econom cs, he p o m s out la v o r k whch had been done and a b en g tuvfcsllgaung b e destru ctlou eels. A m on gst th e aevaa o r e g h t p rn cp a l trbes o f n sect e n o u le o f w h eat, lc e, etc., C m. S, f l» a. o.e. r t., d w t t * - t t p o n w g out l b» t s r e. t (. m l l., o l L o m t o r. p w ls ll.d by o v e r -. M O l»» M o - > man, too, proud m an. deftlncd to g o th e w a y o f th e dnosaurub. " f. h ow ever. n * lo th e end o f our teth er, w h a t nft-b JudelDS hy past exp eren ce. t w ll be Jm e u n s S S l a e d o W t o f th e baman rano ts e lf, whch w ll b egn onct- o p ara tlv ely bumble fahldn, and. to ll and pans, buld up a new clvllta a tlo n. and flnalu- reach a le v e l a ltt le h gh er than th a t B c u r o. crossn g the com m only accepted * f r o e " says P ro fe ss o r B ourne, " t h a t e vo lu to n n fcnmalb and p lan a depend# upon a ra t o o f S c r a p e o h gh as to lead l o u n restrcted com petton am ong th e n dvd u als o f a *nd n consequence o f a s tru g g le *or k U w n c e WUb extn cton o f th e le ts tu an d su rv va l Of th e flu eat, no lo n ger com m ands tb e u n lvsr- assent o f x o o lo s ts - n deed. t baa been serou sly underm ned b y the recen t y e a r a " B u t f O w t bs so n th e lo w e r an m als and n plan ts, n m an U w D arw n an th eory holds good. "M a n doea com p ete, and b tte rly and lo the d eath w th hla own knd. - t s tm e." w e are told, " t h a t man s et about to obtan th e sam e m a stery o v e r l»l 8 elf that he has lo n g ago o b u ln e d o v e r tho beast* o f th e feld. T h e frat step U Uxe c o n u o l o f the b rth -ra te, w h o u w hch r e rfrlc tlo n o f c o m B e tlo * ta ta p o s s tb le." T h e n ex t step u feo tarn the mporunce of tobertancu. " t s, says Frcrfehscr Bourne, "a n un attaln - able d ea l, but 1 w ou ld w sh to see e ve ry man aod every woman nterested n ths fam ly pedgree. o f whlcb a record should be k e p t n e v e ry housebad. t should be a source o f prde to be ab le to pon t out Bsftfral gen era ton s of h onest servceable m em bers o f the com m unty, none o f whom had e ver brought d scred t on the fa m ly name. shonld be a m a tte r o f solctu de tb at no tanfc n oth er w ords, unfavorab le factors, should be ntroduced by m arrage, and pubjg And Jam lly opnon should dtsconrago the trasemlsston pf auch tants, physcal and m ental, as the records m gh t show to exst. K o th to g but good, aod g re a t gocxl, could resu lt fro m #M A an aw akenng o f n te r e st and rssp o u lb m y. f th s s zo o lo gy, e vd en tly zoolagy e gon g to U k e us a ll far. H o w ever. Mr. Hogan, o f the B rtsh M useum, n th e n ex t lectu re b rhtgs ua to e arth agan, fo r he s on ly bent on p ro vn g th at besdes a rra n g ng exh b ts fo r publc o fo rm a lo n o r am usem ent -the staff o f a m odern museum has m- o o r u n t fq e tlto behnd the aceuee n etudy. c la s sfca to S f rasearcb, and ednoaton. One w sh es be could g e t M r. R egan to re p ly to tbe re ce n t ontburst o f a fam ous Ehglsh n atu ralst, th a t f a ll the raoat vauabe and b ro fu l brds and a n l e *d l,tbe earth pershed w th n, a fe w aotow. yea rs, and lsjcame n c t, t would O kb ae a m u lttu de o f jnuseutm. are bdd n g aglfnst each othdr fo r ju r fe e t sp e cmens, P rofeaa or Thomaon, ( A b s W e e n.la JM a f and th e W eb o f L fe, " r e s q m ««th e h lgffeat plane o f theae gddrefses. T b * w eb o r lfe s. rou ghly P e a k * 4 h a t n u r-r e a to n o f anhnal and v eg - e la b te.w e w ffc e x ls ts n orm ally n an y gv en tra c t «f t t e e arth s surfsce. t s -a d elcate h alance f o r moa, as tt-.tbe elaascal eases ot th e n troducton o f rabb ts n A u strala o r the m ongoose n Jam aca, can and does, som etm es pu rp osely, som etlm ea gn orantly, upset the b a l ance and tbe w eb o f lfe haa to readjust ts e lf anew. H o w n trca te thla n te r-re la to n s we m ay learn from a fe w exam ples o f alm oa t lo ca l h story. " t seem ed lau dable ndeed, says P ro fe ss o r Thom son, " t o n trod u ce E uropean trou t nto Tasm an an stream s, when tb ey bave prospered and been proftab le. B u t th ere 1* a lw a ys a ta x to pay. T he trou t have beea le v y n g to ll on th e dragon fles and already, as M r. T llly a rd te lls us, som e e h a racerlata Tasm anan sp*- ces a re becom ng are. A trou ts stom ach may bo found cram m ed w th o v e r a score o f dragon fles. But dragon fles lv e on n sects w hch th e y catch on th e w n g, and m any o f tbeee n sects are n jaro u s to crops and trees. So The n troducton o f trou t to Tasm an a means a ta x on farm er and fru tg ro w e r. " V e r y s u ggestve o f the w h eels w th n w h eels s tbe case o f a scale nsect ntroduced n to C a lfo rn a a lo n g w th som e yotm g lem on trees fro m A u strala. t becam e a pern cou s pest d efy n g c on tro l, but waa eve n tu a lly m a stered b y m p o rtn g fro m A u stra la one o f ts n atural enem es a lady bug. T h e alm oat com plete elm n ato n o f the scale le ft th o lady hugs to d e n turn. N ow adays p rotected colon es o f scale and lad y bugs a re kept n readness to c on tro l future outbreaks o f the p ests. H e re s y e t an oth er case fro m the M u rra y R ve r, w h e re eorborants w ere denounced as fsh enem es ajtd d estroyed ruthlessly. t wes th e found that th e corm brants had k ep t down crayfsh, eels, and oth er creatu res th a t p rey upon th e spawn and f r y o f the ed b le tsh. Thus, says P ro fessor Thom son, th e gn o ra n t m assacre o f the corm oran ts made fo r th e m povershm en t, n ot fo r th e m p ro ve m en t o f the ftsblng. " T b e obvons m o ra l s that man sbould get a t th e fa c ts o f tbe web o f lfe bnfor. not a fte r, he baa recou rse to d raatlc m eaa rrs o f n lo rfo re n ce w th the w eb o f lfe. And so o f n sectvorous brds and even snakes. Mhh Ko e * bln d ly to w o rk k lln g bs fren d s and ha foes. F n a lly th A berdeen p ro fessor sum up: " T f we aro to p ers s t and advance n c v ls a to n w e m ust p ay m ore herd to th * weh ol lfo,. to a ll th * q u eer junctons n m r ln es of.om m m lralfonp. cannot p lay tho gam e w th ou t ohserung tho ru les, and th e ru les tn- cldo a reco gn ton o f the web o f lfe. W s a ra p arte o f a system. P ressn g hard and n- onslderately to a p ra c tc a l end m ay mean (e m p o ra ry v c to r y and fnal d efea t. N oth n g lv e s o r d e * to ts e lf. t s n ot th e frst nor th e second coosoquenca o f a m ove th at counts,, but tb e sum o f consequences. PrSteRSor W ood Jonas, n a d eeply n te re stn g stu d y o f th e "O r g n o f M an," dlscuseas th e j A u stra la n skull unearthed n 1881, but only, p ro p e rly descrbed b y Dr. S. A. Smth, o f Syd- o y U n v o rsty, n th e present year. A s fo r the fa r-re a c h n g m p lca ton s o f th s d scovery le t us b ea r the P ro fe ss o r o f.anatomy n the tn v e ra lty o f Lon don : "T b o p ro gen tor o f (h e T a lg a man camo w ltb hs w fe, he cam e w th he dog. and w th hs d og s w fe, and he m u s t have dona tbe journey n a seaworthy boat capable o f tra v ers n g th s m gh tes t p orton o f the ocean w th b s consderable cargo. B e- sdes th s lv n g freg h t, and th e food and w a te r necessary fo r th e adventure, he carred o th e r thngs ha c arre d a know ledge o f the boom erang, o f t b b ass o f a totem system, and va ro u s oth er c u ltu ral fea tu res a ll b ea rn g a stra n g e BUggestlon o f v e ry d stn ctly W es te rn o rg n. Beyond a ll th s, and to n crease our w on d er, th s man has alrea d y ra c a lly d ffere n tated ha was an "A u s tra la n and ho and.$d w th ha d om estcated dogs n tb e P le s to c en e o f thla n ew w orld, alm ost th e frst D uth erlan an m al to break n upon a te rrto ry aed a fan a n ot v s te d agan b y B u theran m am m als untl th e a r rv a l o f Captan Cook 5Ct)t SJOntp Honmff fetan. MONDAY, SEPTEMBKH 2», M E. J. F. ABCmEALD.. v < T h e P erp e tn a l T rn stee Company, L td., e x cncora and trustnea o t th e estate o f th e latw. M r. J. F. Arch b ald, journ alst, aupplles a syn opss o f h ts w ll so fa r as t t rela tes t o ch a rta b le and publc legaces a o d bequests. T h e te s ta to r bequeathed to the truotaea o f the N e w South W a le a K atton a l O a lle ry th e plo- tures G lb ert P o t te r s Pcaco, s elf-p o rtra t o t tbe lato F ra n k S ton e. R.A head o f Charlea P em b erton, th e O h artlst ag tato r. Certan,n com e fro m the e s ta te s to b e vested n the tru eteos o f tbe N e w South W ales N a tlo o a l A r t G a lle ry te p ro vd e ao annual prse, namod a lt e r th e te s ta to r, fo r p o rtra t p an tn gs by A u stralan a rts ts. O th er bequests are f o r tbs ro llo f o f d stressed A u strala sa n Journalsta. fo r cancor research, Xor endow m ent funds o f th e Sydney H o sp ta l and th e M elbourn e H o #«p tal. and f o r a brhnze m em oral com m em oratv e o f A u stra la an d F rance h a v n g fou gm Bde b y Bde. - U-" A E S m U la N AECHTTEOTS. A l th s» n n o «llm..t lo e, ( ths U t m A ( C a - c ll o f th e A u st.-a ll«a n eth u te* o f Arcb tocta th a f l a l ma o l fsu rn o d eolrtlor a r c h t v t s at.1 d r a fa m o a lo r em ployqcn t n connecton w th re p a tra to n, w a r torvlce hom es ac h o x n g S Q o B w e re ooaslderod. and t w a* decded to B ake a a tro g p ro test to th e Prm e M n ster re gard n g th e sclo n o f th e fevar Sor- v ce H om ag O om alsaooer n w th d ra w n g tha com petu lon s fo r th e desgns foy th s homea A p am p h let lasned by th e (3om r.onweauh Bank, e n ttle d " A a r S ervlc * H o ne, and H o w to G e t O n e." w a a exam ned b y th e couha e ll. and tb e d esgns contaned thflr e w cro a d v ers e ly com m ented rgon, and a resolu ton passed fo r transm lbson to th e govt-rn or o f tbe bank oa th s m a tto r. M r. L. Labourn s S m th. B.E.. o f AdeaJde. w a s uoanlm oualy eloo ted p resdent, and M r. H. W. Tom pk n s, o f M elb oorne,»s c r e ta r y artreasurer fog th e cu rren t year. T he c o t a a ll* perm an en t! ad d ress waa flxed a t th e R.V..A. room s. 67 S w a n sto n -street, M elbourn e : --- MEMORAL PLAYNG GROUNDS. s.c.e :g.s. o l d b o y s.""" T h e respon se o f th e old b oys o f th e S y d n C hurch o f E nglan d G ram m ar School to th * r a l nf E m p re s to b e perpetuated n th e form o f m em o ral p la y n g grounls n t N orthbrdge. T h o grounds, w h ch com prse o v e r SO acres, la d out n fo o tb a ll, crlrfret, and tean ts areas, w e re fo r m a lly open ed on Saturday. A m em o ral ta b le t n th e rtubhouse w a s to h a v * been onvou ed b y B lr Thom aa Dfbbe, an c ld fren d o f th e sch o o l; b u t o w n g to hls ll- ness th e cerem o n y w aa perform ed b y Mss Dlbbs- T h e re could b e no roore fttn g m em o r a l th an th e p la y n g felds, she sad. They w ou ld be au n ce n tv e to tb o boys to p la y tb e fam, as th e r old b oy s had p layed t on th e : feld o f b attle. T h e Arch b sh o p o f S yd n ey (D r. W r g h t), who s p resd en t o f th e sch ool, sad th a t th e play- lng felds w ero a p eace o ffe rn g on b eh alf o f th ose who lo ve d tb e sch o o l to com m em orate [the splendd s erv c es th e old boys o t the scbool had ren d ered d u rn g tb e w a r. The (School had sen t o v e r a tboussnd old b oys to the fr o o t ; a h gh er p ercentage, he beleved, th sn an y o th e r sch o o l n Anatralta. Tba m e m o ry o f th o s e who had fa lle n lv ed w th them to b e an n sp ra to n f o r thb fu tu re, show ng w h a t th e y h ad to lv e fo r, to bo w o rth y o f such leacrflce. C olon al M oeeley, w h o epoke o o b eh a lf o f the o ld boys, sad that, alth ou gh tbe A u strala n s w e re sad to lack dscpln e, h e bad n e v e r know n them to fa l w hen they w ere placed on \ t b e r hbnonr. T h a t s p rt had been b red on tho p la yn g felds. A ro ll o f honour, con tan n g th e namea of o ld boys w b o had e n ls te d was ssued to comm em orate th e occason..4y-j>net. M O N D A Y S E P T E M B E R to ART AND JOURNALSM. anrt L a Porou se. P ro fe ss o r W ood Jones a r r v e s a t the concluson th at man s no p a r venu o f tb e Sm an trbe. B e s ra th er "a n e x tre m e ly a n cen t type, dstngushed chefly toy th e q u a ltes o t hts m nd, and th e e xs tn g T r m a e s are ttae fa lu res o f hls ln e, hs m ls- gutded and brutsh collaterals rather than ancestors. Tn case o f m lsapprehenelou. P ro fe ss o r fevood Jones s s tro n g language about P rm a tes has no eccles a s tc b ea rn g w h a tever. Dr. L e lp e r and P ro fe ss o r N ew stead a re ab sorbn gly n te re s tn g n th e r trea tm en t o f such v ta l S o o lo glc a l subjects as b lllh a rza, sleepn g etcknes*. snd oth er reeu lts o f asec-t nfecton. H o o k w orm w e have n Queensland, and lu 1913 R o c k e fe lle r endowed w tb a boadrert mulou d o lla rs th e R o c k e fe lle r S an ta ry Com m sson, w h ch snce 1909 bas been n v e s lg a tls g the n road s o f book w orm a th * southern S ta te * o f A m erca. Tbts s th e e a rth -* a tn g dsease w th ts m any aad sequ elae o f N o rth e rn Queensland, w h ch # beng studed by th e n s ttu te o f T ro p c a ] M ed cn * a t Cooktow n. P ro te ss o r P u s n e tt dscusses the futu re o f th e scen ce o f b reed n g, m ean n g th * b re*d n g o t w h e a t as w e ll as the b reed n g o f th * s tra n g* beasts th a t he ca lls "b e n n y eoeks. "h en n y bens, and "c o c k y c oc k s": and P r o te s o r H erdm an s, lk e hs con freres, exceed n gly w e ll-n fo rm ed and fa r-s gh te d ab ou t th * w ealth o f tb * sea. One m lgb t g o on (o r m any pages eooceron g th e am ount o f n te rts tln g and curous know led ge fre e ly brough t fo rth n these n ne ad d resses. n w h ch th e A u strala n exp eren ces o f s e v e ra l o f the learn ed au thors appears, d erved [d u rn g th er \ *lt h ere w th th e B rtsh Aseo- ca tlo n n T h e y do suffce to p ro ve th e n n tfonal m portance o f soo lo gy and th * v a re ty and phllobophl> b readth o f b e acqu rem ents o f th e lead n g B rts h x o olo gs tt. (O ur copy from tb * A u stralasan P u b lsh n g C o m p sjy.) LATE J. P. ARCHBALDS "L L, FRANCO-AUSTRA.AN MEMORAL. The w ll o f th * late J. F. A r-h b a ld apponts th e P erp e tu a l T ru s te e C o, Ltd.. as executors a a d trustees. T o the N e w Pouth W a le * K a to n a l G allery th e fo llo w u g p ctu res nre bequeath -1: Gllbvrt F o s te rs Peace": the s e lf-p o rtra t Qt th f lalo F ran k Stone, R.A.; tho head Of C h arlee Pem b erton, th e r h a r s t ag H aor. T h " testator au th orsed h s troa te es to d lvld r bla r«sl4 o a e tla t t n 50 equal shares. T h e A r c h b a ld P r l * e. F v e o f thesa shares s re to b * bold upon tru st d u rn g a p ero d em bts,-!) g tb e lfe o f b e s u rv vo r o f th * o-vea lea -r> m entlonvd b y nam*. aod SO year% a fte r th * n c o m * s to be pad to the tru s te es o f tha N o w Soutb W a l N a to n a l G a lle ry to provde an an n ** p rls* to be s ty le d "T h s Arch b ald d a e, fo. th e b est p o rtra t p re fe re n ta lly o f sum* man t-r w om an d stngushed n art, letters, scence, ur. p o lte s p an ted by an y a r ts t resd ent n Aus- ra ta a la d u rn g th e 12 month# precedn g the < fxed by ths tru stees (o r seedn g n tb * p ctu res T h e run --3 w ll b * v» tb r.g k to : exhlott euch w n n n g pctu re n he g» l. T * fur a n c e o f n ot mnr# lhan tv o rnouh- f-d;u the d ate» o flxed. f durng any such 12 m ontbs > o o x - n g p ctu re sh a ll, n h opnon o f Tb tru eees. be panted w o rth y o f b en g awardct a prse,, then the n com e h a ll b e ccu u U ted and n vested, w th lb erty to h> tru stee* to p jr - ehase any p o rtra t th a t may b u "e won any p rls * BO gven. T b e zhbued o r durchsaad p rze must b ea r a lab al eadoraed " T a e A reh l- g a ld P rs e.

40 S2o t B o r n n j fcatt:ut>ay. SK»TKM nk U D. tl f E V C O t J R A G N G n S T O E C A L F A C T S. For the people bart a rald to work. cr.nattutcs tbe secret of socoesa of a cer- tala uutlon at a crtcal perod of ts hstory. t was after dlsastroos war and exle. The day of reconstructon came.,tt was expedent to rebuld tbelr captal cty. Tbe work was l)egun, but tbe workers were dscouraged and hndered by eemtea. However, tnder wse and nsptr- ug leadendp the task waa renewed, and crownod achevement gladdened ther «*uls. nrd -the hstoran recons tbat tbe a-couphshment waa duo to tbe fact that we returned every man unto bs work. Po bult we tbe wall, for the people hud u mnd to work. Ths alao for us s a da.» >r rc<-onstncuon. W e may happly not be nllcfl upon lterally to rebuld our walls. lmt the foundatons o f our future prosperty vf-d attenton, and perhaps rebuldng. U ar always wastes, costs much, and pro* d:ces lttle. Hence tbe call s not only for producton, but reproducton. Because [ jf t)c latter ndubtable Deed some sprts :se dscouraged and pesstmstc. But th jl crpples effort aud dsprts others. t s f (fl tal atltode of mnd nul must be fougbt. ja well-nformed Amereat wrter nfomh (US thot even n tle Unted States ths, bladng pe.sslralstlc sprt s exhbted. He lugb.s nt t. and rdcules t. f tha un- ;Marfc-llke Tapey sprt can ever be jus- tjed. t s surely lesa justfable n aome m. tona tban others. However, a careful «v;rvcy o f hstorcal facta where a bravo p.*opo have had to face reconstructon n erueal crss. hould bansh ths mhen aftltu le. Durng the yeurs mmedately f lewlnfc the Napoleonc wars, England j-crtuny confronted wth a colossal n Btraclvc task and burden. The coun!w?< embttered by geuoral dfstrcsa, nt k d by bad burvests. The people, 8tecll.. " er faces, grappled wth tho gant and jconnnerhl. Whatever our troubles, tbey are r..t comparable to thers. n 1820, a tenth G the..-t ncome o f tho people of England w.s alrsorbd n payng the mere nterest or thc natonal debt. Tho workng man ha. lo spend uo less tlmn three-quarters of hs wages on bread. By pluck and heroc rondltona gradually vastly mprovea. What must have made the burdens harder to boar was tbe exstence o f the pessmstc -chool. (he apostleff of complant and dc-.<!r>udery," who prophesed bankruptcy tbe whole naton. Mncnnlay was oblged to aay of ths whole perod: We may bave henl of nothng bnt falure, we have seen nmhng but progress." The secret o f the progre- v.xa, despte at the ontset the, prohkn of uemploymeft, that the people hull a mnd to work. And work done creaod work to be done. Farmers were to ntroduce mprovements n agrlcul- r.- whch changed tbe whole face of the ntry. New ndnstres came nto beng f rwjrled by new nventons. Economc t. -dom was developed and better condl- f uk nf labour. By ndustry tbo ncome the people was doubled, und the cost of :>1 enormously reduced. _ Wth the wls- >m of after events, we recognse now that ll. producton of thc rf-altl wa.s not al- vraya evenly dlslrlnted. t s from tbe ye ars conseqnent to Waterloo that we luve the ncpent war o f the classes, tbat socfal rfe whch s slll and ncreasngly onr ;; ralest obstacle to progress. t s munl- clt to-day n strkes and other methods.heh consttute the greatest foe straddlfje thc path o f our genenl probjerty. hlud«rlng recenstraeto. Could we bu ;:ve ndustral pence. Amercas task after her Cvl War was gh.nllc. The hstoran fackenzle com- r-*:-. thnt tbe States lost n that wars roll uo less than -.O.OOO men. t has n estmate that the campagn to both. :d - <«>tjomy cost not le.ss than.1.,sk,o)n.(oo sterlng. When the gfeut rnes were dsbanded they were <?! ( humedotely absorbed n rrodue-. nm.r. They turned wth renewed ergy to the development of ther great -!ucd, esj> -Jally n Hgrb-ullure. Thcyl nllvvjys rght cro.ss ther country, Men, altlougl Amerca for awhle mudel msjkv u«>beg over-optml.stlc, und. debdel themselves for a short pcrlol.y a merely vsonary prosperty, a too Lpd Ml Hjrllons monetary lucreasrt.fnd kuffcrod accordngly, yet the <ople of \hc : S atnl.trpes learnt from e-xperlem-e. ; -:.:, L-.- from the crucble wth vtalty lurdtr-- Hl. Her people had the mnd w. T-. and despte ll»e trbnlatlon. n,, V after tlu* close of the war r.l - ndu. -.1 her lutlonnl debt by no le.ts a sum lma A2H<M)bb.K)0 sterlng. Neees- rty U.tmes tbe mother of nventon n all these eru<-n1 perods, nnd n Amerca elee- ;trl«-ty WB made to pay trbute, ns steam?=d ralways wore n England. Much of rhe wnrk Amerca dd then awats om [dong here n Australa. Wth enter tl»f j.d wse methods wc can attan a ; ;» success. Another e v e n more strkng Ulustratott s afforded us by M r 11. D. W alsh. e n g ln s «r -o -c U e f and co m - Elr=;-:.ncr S ydney H arbour T r o t, has r*ltr*c fro m tba s erv c e, o w n g to lll-h ea ltb. SWM FOR HEALTH General Roth s Advce HEALTH W EEK LECTURE ClrU, f yon w a n t o b e b e o n tlfa l arrm. B oys, * y o n w a n t <o b e m anly, w lm.. K ve ry b o d y. f y o n w n n t f o b t keat-tby, aw lm. T b a t was tbe subsu nee o f w hat D rtga- der-o a aeral R. B. R o lh to ld th os* w b o attended a t ths T ow n H a ll lo -d a y to b ear tb * frst H ealth W ee k lecture. S lttns e asly on the ed g* o f a ta ble, tb * O eneral mlled rcasea rln gly a t hs audence, apologsed f o r n flctn g h m s e lf upon them a t a tm e wben m ost p eople w ere th n kng o t lunch, and opened h t lectu re b y te lln g them som e n ten sely n tm ate thngs about th em selves and th er com poston and tho p ro cots o f oxdaton o r com buston whlc-b roost o f us call lfe. E a s e a n d D s e a s e Then, ge ttn g o a to b s subject, wblch rcas Swm m tng H ealth, and L fe Sav- to g," be sad; T be heahhy person fee ls at ease. T he unhealthy person fe e ls uneaey. T b e re TOO have tb e d lffrren ee betw een esse and dsease." H e recom m ended swm m tng as a h ealth and beauty gver. N ea rly nl w m m e r * h a v e anrt. TThUe. e la e tc akah, f r e e fro m b lem tsh es," h e anld. T he process o f lv n g, he w en t on. r e sulted tn the form aton o f a nuuber o t waste substances w b lcb had to be g o t rd o f by tho skn, lungs, and kdn eys. O n e n F v e U n f t A s an o.vample o f the gen eral n ogle t o f health, he told th em th a t n connec- llo n w th the u n verea l tran n g, on * n Hv* o f the boys had to be tu rn ed down from onuses whch w ero p reventab le. U e reconuneadetl swlram lng on c- conut o f ts s llm u la ttn g e ffe c t on th * skn, lungs, and kldne.vt. t a ls o d e velop ed the cheat. T he sw m m er has a ty p cal chest, h e sad, v e ry much lk e a b o le r m a kers- O n t l e B e a c h e s On the beachee. sad G eneral Roth, w ere seen som e roagnlflcent ap edm cu? o f men and wom en. T h e surflng un- don btedly c o a trltu ted lo h e lr d evelo p - m en t. TTnfll w e k td m x e d n rfln s f e w mro hnd a n y d ea o f w h a t a w e ll- d ev elo p ed w o m a n w a * lk e, an d f e w w o m e n h ad»ee n. a w e ll- d e - v e o p e d mun. But now be sad the m xed publc sw lcm ln s w as h avn g an ed u ta tcn a l e f fect, and lead ng to a b e tte r choce o f mates. On tha bftaohes men and wom en saw tha deal o f the oth er sex, and bad t n m nd wben m arryn g. A fte r tbe lectu re M a jo r C ooke-r ussell. secretary o t the S ta te A d v so ry Councl o t Sports n con n ecton w lrh tb# D efen ce Departm ent, and M r. tv. H. W a lk er, s e c reta ry Of the R oy al L ffe S avn g S ocety, gave an exh b ton o t lf e savng. To-m orro w s lectu re a t b a lf-p a a t 18 w n b e b y P ro fe ss o r L. H arrso n oa "P le s und DJsoaso. rae WroE HORZONS O F SCENCE, v - j r t b u r u en oy, u.» f c o n s N w n d f e n the m p e ra l S tu des C o m m ttee o f the U n v ersty o f T-ondon arran ged a cou rse o f nne lectu res a t K n g s C o lle ge. T h e s fe c U l o b je c t o f th ese le ctu re s w as to b rn g b efo re the publc th e clam s o f s o o lo gle a l scen ce to recogn ttlon on te rm s o f e q u a lty w th oth er. dep artm ents o f le a rn a g.- Each o f th ese rone ajdresses w a s d elv ered by a frst-cla ss autho- rlly. and to geth e r th e y c erta n ly do c on sttu te a c lam th at can n ot lg h tly be p u t asd e fo r th e m portance both fro m a u tlta ra n and an educ aton al pon t o f V ew o f b olo gy. F r o fe a w r Deudy. tn hs ntroductory lecture. Man s Account w th the L o w e r A n m a ls." adm ra bly th «C M >. o o lo s l. T. k l «t t o Held o t e co o o m lm, h «o o lm o out la ta e w ork watch had booh doue and s h cln s "o h o * lv ea tls a tln s the d es ru c tlo o» r " accts. Auonsat tho e c e h o r e g h t rtbos o t n sect en o tn le l o t w h eat, r le t, etc.. P o tes a o r D e n d, Soda one tr e h d lr tt* * e. e c h a K l.f- w hch M r. P ro g g a tt. o l ou r U ep art- Bcnt 01 Agrculture, haa the ra va ges o t b low fly n sbcep. And aa tj h ono b rlet addroba 11 was tb e e u lh o r * 1 u. Buramon b elo re ua th e h O M lely H U e a u j the n n n ltely gre a t, T o lea a o r D eu d y o lo S s ly pon tng out th a t g re a t la ra.llee o t ahcleh t modbtera porlahod b y o v e r-a c la H a a tlo n. a uan, 100, proud m an. d estn ed to go tho w ay o l th e dlhosaurus. - t. b o w ev e r.» e s re eom - tes to tbo end o t ou r teth er, w h at Dfe.-e JudKng by paa qxpertence, U w ll be Jome un speclallscd ob shoot o l th e human race ts e lf, w h ch w ll b egn onct- m ore n a com t,* r * tv e lv b um bl* faflhldn, and. w th n fnte, S e Mco.5 Y,rT u? 7 : p r o t «B o u r - r : r z o ; m r - s r r crossn g the com m only accepted th e o ry o f e v o - fu tlon a. exp ressed Rod n T ooth aud C la w." r n e " says ro fe s s o r Bourne, th a t e vo lu to a n a n m a l* and p la ro a depends upon a ra to o f S crom * so h % h as lo load to u u r e s t r lc com petton am ong the *n d n consequenco o f a stru ggle V lth e xtn cton o f th e less M and o f the ftte s t, n o lo n ger com m ands al assent o f -o o lo g ste. n d eed, t has been s ero u sly underm ned b y the recen t years. B u t f fe t be so to b ej o vro r anm als and n plan ts, n m an tb e D arw n an th eory bolds good. M an d oes oom pete. and b tte rly and to th e d eath w U b hs own knd. " t s tm e." w e a re told, "t h a t «a n set a U w t to obtan tb e aam e m a stery o v e r h m s elf tb at he has lo n g ago obtan ed o v e r tho beasts o f lb * feld. T b e frst step la th e con tro l o f tbe b rth -ra te, w th ou t w h ch re s trc to n ol com petttton ts m p o ss b le." T h s n ex t ste p U learn th e m p o ru n c e ot nbertanco. T t le. says P ro fe se o r R ourne, "a n unattan a b le deal, but w ou ld w sh to see e ve ry man and e v e ry woman n terested n th * fa m ly p ed gre e, o f whch a record shonld be k ep t s e ve ry housebuld. t should be a source ul prde to be ab le to p on t out several g e n era tlo a s of h onest s ervcea b le m em bers o f tbe cum m unty. none o f w bom bad e ve r brought d sc re d t on Lbe fa m ly name. should be a m a tte r o f s o lctu d e th at no ta n t, n oth er w ords, unfa v o rab le factora, should be ntroduced by m arrage, and publc And.fam ly opnon should dlsconrago the traasmshlm pf such u n ts, physcal and m en tal, as the records m gh t show to exst. N o th n g but good, snd g re a t good, could re su lt from utb an aw ak en n g o f n te r est aud resp ojm k b ny. th s s zo o lo gy, e vd en tly zo o ls g y le gon g to take us a ll far. H o w e ve r. Mr. B egan, o f tbe B rtsh M useum, n the n ex t lectu re b rn gs ua to earth agan, fo r he a o n ly bent on p ro vn g th a t besdes a rra n g n g oxfeblts fo r publc n form aton o r am usem en t the.staff o f a m odern museum has m- " o r t a n t fa y ttfe s beblnd the ecaues n study, c la s s fc a tlfe f research, and educaton. One w sh es be could ge t M r. R egan to re p ly to tbe rece n t outburst o f a fam ous E M glb n atu ra let, th a t tl a ll lb e m o at valu able and b U f u l brds and a a fe * ls W. t h e earth pershed W thn a fe w s c vea rs, and % c a m e t - s a l f, t w ou ld beeawee a m u lttu de o { m U seutm vare b dd n g agan st each othdr fo r jn ffe c t s p e cmens. P ro fe se o r Thom son, o f A b ew een. n. M an and th e W eb o f L f e, re f(q «f the hlgfest plane o f th ese qddresses. T h e web o r t e s, ro u ghly p e a k l» ; l f c a» to s r-re a o n o f anhnal and veg- e t a b l«.w e w M c e x a ts n o rm ally n an y g lv e a tr a c t «f b e e y t h s surface. t s.g d elc a te balan ce fo r as to.the c lasscal eases o f the n trod u cton o f rabb ts n A u stra la o r the m ongoose n Jam aca, can and does, som etm es pu rp osely, som etm es gn o ran tly, upset th e bal- ance and the w eb o l lfe has te read ju st ts e lf new. H o w n trc a te ths n te r-re la to n fs we m ay learn fro m a fe w exam ples o f a lm o s t lo ca l h sto ry. t seem ed lau dable ndeed, says P ro fe s e o r T hom son, to n troduce European trou t nto T asnaulan stream s, when th e y have prosp ered and beeu p roftable. But th ere s a lw a y s a tax to pay. T he trou t have been le v y n g to ll on th e dragon fles and already, as M r. T lly a r] te lla us. som e c h a ra c te rs tc Tasm an an speces h re becom n g fe r e. A trou t s stom ach may be fou nd cram m ed w th o v e r a score o f dragon r.l«. B u t dragon fles lv e on n sects whch thdy catch on th e w n g, and m any o f these n sects a re n ju rou s to crops and trees. So th e n troducton o f trou t to Tasm an a means a ta x on farm er and fru tg ro w e r. " V e r y s u ggestve o f th e w h eels w th n w h eels ts the case o f a scale n sect ntroduced n to O a llfo rn la a lo n g w th aome young lem on tree s fro m A u stra la. t becam e a pern cou s p eat d e fy n g c on tro l, but w a s e ve n tu a lly m a stered b y m p o rtn g fro m A u s tra la one of l u n atural enem es a lady bug. T b e alm ost c om p lete elm n ato n o f the scale le ft th e lady bugs to d e n turn. N ow adays p rotected c olo n e s o f scale aud la d y bugs a re k ep t n read n ess to con t