Kai Tiaki : the journal of the nurses of New Zealand, Volume II, Issue 1, January 1909, Page 18
The thirteenth bi-annual examination under the Nurses' Registration Act took place on the Ist, 2nd, and 3rd December. Fifty-four candidates sat for the preliminary examination, and forty-five passed. The names appear alphabetically. Muriel Allen, Kate Bertram, Theresa Butler, Eleanor W. Chappell, Margaret W. Cherrie, Violet M. Coates, Mary Collins, Mary C. Duncan, Mary Eaddy, Emily Edwards, Lilian Fairhall, Viva Farmer, Monica Gillin, Nellie Grace, Edith A. Harris, Ethel Harris, Louisa Higgiuson, Muriel Kirk, Barbara Maberley, Veronica L. Marrotti, Lucy C. MacLeod, Louie Alexa McNie, Jane Miller, Mary Nicholson, Rose Palmer, Mary M. Park, Marion Petrie, Eileen Ryan, Winifred Scott, Norma Shepherd, Alice Smith, Ruth Smith, Camilla Steele, Winifred Stubbs, Mary Sutherland, Bertha E. Taylor, Edith M. Tebbutt, Lilian R. Wallis, Eva P. Walsh, Ida Westmeat, Annie Wiestall, Agnes Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, Charlotte E. Whyte, Mary Worthington. Fifty-one candidates sat for the final examination, and forty-four passed, and are noweligible for registration. A nurse from one of the provincial hospitals headed the list. Marion Stuart, Blenheim ; Ruth Every, Dunedin, and Mary L. Craig, Wellington (equal) ; May S. Williams, Wellington ; Jessie Torrance, Dunedin, and Jean Cormack Dunedin (equal) ; Agnes Stephenson, Auckland, Mabel Pownall, Wellington, and Alice M. Clark, Auckland (equal) ; Cora Anderson, Thames, Mabel Brent, Dunedin, Margaret Davis, Palmerston North, Florence Mellsop, Aucklanel, and Carrie Young, Auckland (equal) ; Margaret Thomson, Dunedin ; Ada Smart, Dunedin ; Ada Jackson, Auckland, Jessie Walker, Auckland, Clare Temple-Brown, Nelson, and Margaret Lane, Auckland (equal) ; Jessie Black, Dunedin, and Lilian Kissel, Christchurch (equal) ; Mildred Ellis, Wellington, Amy Sandry, Christchurch, and Kate Ferguson, Southland (equal) ; Fanny Wilson, Wellington ; Henrietta Every, Christchurch, Margaret Graham, Waihi, Lilian Cross, Dunedin, Ruby Wood, Christchurch, Mabel E. Jamieson, Palmerston North, and Ethel Southall, Wanganui (equal) ; Elizabeth Reid, Gisborne ; Winifred Lamb,
Thames, and Matilda Jary, Christchurch (equal) ; Mabel Meek, Southland, Estelk McKay, Greymouth, and Fanny ShirtlifT, Nelson (equal); Isabel M. Wilkinson, Wellington; Violet Austin, Hamilton; Olava England, Nelson ; Mary A. Eaddy, Gisborne ; Marion Brown, Riverton ; Ivy Foote, Wellington. The examination of the midwives trained m the State Maternity Hospitals, the Medical School Maternity Hospitals, and those institutions authorised to train m conjunction with lectures at the St. Helens Hospitals, was held on 3rd and 4th of December. Twenty-four candidates came up for examination, and twenty-two passed. the candidates from the St. Helens Hospitals and the Medical School Hospital passed. Two nurses from St. Helens, Dunedin, headd the list, and one from the Medical School took the third place. A. M. Chapman, St. Helens, Dunedin ; C. Hunter, St. Helens, Dunedin ; J. Robertson, Forth St., Maternity Hospital ; E. Stothart, St. Helens, Dunedin, and K. Noonan, St. Helens, Christchurch (equal); E. Ellis, St. Helens, Dunedin ; E. Whitehouse, St. Helens, Wellington ; L- Anstell, St. Helens, Wellington ; E. Clemon, St. Helens, Dunedin, and E. Sturgeon, Forth Street Maternity Hospital (equal) ; E. Gault, St. Helens, Christchurch ; Isabel Siedeberg, St. Helens, Christchurch, and T. Leaven, St. Helens, Dunedin (equal) ; A. Johnstone, St. Helens Auckland ; N. Jensen, St. Helens, Wellington ; W. Norman, St. Helens, Auckland ; G. Campbell, Salvation Army Maternity Home, Wellington ; C. Smith, St. Helens, Auckland ; M. Worthington, St. Helens, Christchurch ; G. Joseph, St. Helens, Christchurch ; M. Perston, St. Helens, Auckland ; A. Hei, St. Helens, Christchurch. We hope to publish m the April number of Kai Tiaka, with the questions, and possibly some of the best answers, m each examination, some comments from the examiners. The second examination of mental nurses was commenced by the Inspector-General m December, but the oral and practical portion of the examination not yet being completed the results will not be ready for publication until April.