jfljgX-ptASS honours. Km with first-class honours AND LITERATURE. Greek and Latin. ifßl —Connal, Benjamin Michel poster Thomas fachoineld irfa-Smitli, John Hartley. iffij—-.Nortlicote, Hugh (',%-CooH, ChaJ-lcs Frederick DenNorman Murray 0-Wikon, Joseph Vivian latin and English. -Hay, James . I(( iO_jU)Unon, Helen p-Edger, Margaret Lilian Horace , Innes, John liß3—Grossmann, Joseph len found i«i—Searle, Edith Ho wilt 1865 Koberfc Bo«'e, Thomas William ISS7—Gibson, Beatrice Esther MeeS, Alfred Richardson ÜBS—A]pers, Oscar Thorwald Johan. Ward, W r ilh'am Frederick iggg—Gibbs, Frederick Giles 'Lamb, Catherine Williams, Lilian Harriet jg9o—Plaii'te, Curtis Crow the r ]j9l Prosser, Janet Margaret ]j92—Henderson, Stella May jggj-Milner, Frank English and French. jjji—Bight, James_ 1835—Miuhollaiid, Jane 1896—Martin, Barbara; Mills. Clara Beatrice jj(U_'fl r ildmg, Gladys Julia ItOS—'Wilson, Edwin John 1911 —Garland, Myrtle IJl2—Malthus, Cecil Uls-Hardcastle, Dorothy Clare ]slJ_Riclimond,' Helen Macdonald latin and French. U9J—Eobison, George Gerald Stuart French and German. 1911— Tytheridge, Alan Courtney FRENCH. 1522—Harris, Gertrude Lauretta ENGLISH. 10—Johnston, Margaret G. POLITICAL SCIENCE. 18/9—Fitchell, Frederick. Hay, James. . 1883—Grossmann, Joseph Penfound. 1888—Weston, Thomas Shailer. ISoJ—Mcllraith, Jame3 Wordsworth. 191J—Macfarlane, Samuel George. HISTORY. 1514—Wilson, Joseph Vivian. 1915—Anderson,.Alexander Knox. Hickey, Mary Margaret. lSlfWlimsoll, Beatrice Ellen Tozer. Robinson, Stella Joyce. 1131—Holmes, Catherine Osyth.. 1522—Baker, Marjorie Ethel. Harrop, Angus John. r ' ECONoinos. ; iSl4—Condliffe, John Bell. Copland, Douglas Berry. 1521—Belshaw, Horace. MENTAL SCIENCE. i 1510—Holland, Dorrice Mary. 11913 —Lambie, George Sidey. | Parr, Stephen. 51914—Whitehead, Louis Grenville. I lilJ—Moore, Frederic William. 1 Hule, Andrew Kerr, s : I PHILOSOPHY/ ilfil—Paterson, Theodore. 1 MATHEMATICS. Herbert, William Henry. iw-Evins, William Perceval. ffis—Kime, Percy. i W—Talbot, Alfred George. I Speight, Robert. | j»s—Marshall, Joy Marriott. I w'—Hardcastle, Edward Edgington [ ®pßutherford, Ernest, i W-Brskine, John Angus, i M~i a 5 caßter > Geor S e Joseph. ' lano l - Alexander. ohn Kenneth Harold. | w"S?°P or > J°hn Sisson St. George W-Keane, Michael Cormac. I Walter Lawrence. I*^ a njMßter, John Gill.' > Henry Denman. lK U } ,b8 !, C1 J? 01tl M< ? rgaa | ®l4r-Ricjards, Henry Stokes | ftwios AND CHEMISTRY. I ta—Wilkinson, James Reeve. | , PHYSICS. | : Electricity and Magnetism. 1 George. I Ernest. I I ro'ffi c, -r olln Angus. John Sisson St. George r 18M ~Ki<lson, Edward, i 1,,, John Gill. ' Henry Denman. ■. David Charles Hami fe S £ nsen > Laura. I iSpCwkill. Francis Malcolm. ""Black, Donald Harrison. CHEMISTRY. : SHA Benjamine Samuel Ute"P aws °n, William Henry, George Joseph. Sadhil auX ' Ednumd Walter Lawrenoo. % r l ' m l' Arthur. Henry Geol- g©X° d > on ald Bannerman. Clifford Morgan. 'fcJr. Harold Vincent. v f^ 6W ) Henry Oscar. Pa™ r °-D J L' exan^Gr Donald, j : Robert Owen. i • natural science. ' Botany. [ Nina Agatha Rosa®ytes Mcintosh. Julia. Woodward. Charles Ethelbert. , Fl°ra Buchan. . William. ' w Edwa - rd William. I "2S-oi j'■ , Jean. Boag. dge, Doris Marjorie. iku Zoology. Charles. | Geology. Patrick. George. LITERATURE, op science. , Wff 5 Patrick. fttfhAflanJyS!' Ernest. , I T rl ? Edward- ' John Ernest.
1919—Cross, Bella, Dytes (Mrs McCnllum). 1922—Macleod, Donald Bannerman. DOCTORS OF LAWS. —Fitchett, Frederick. ISOo—lnnes, John. I^"—Trimble, 1899 Knight, Charles Prendergast. OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE Visitor: The Minister of Education. Chairman of the Board of Governors: Henry Dyke Aclanil, B.A. Deputy-Chairman of the Board of Governors: Jonathan Charles Adams, B.A. Rector (ex officio Chairman of the Professorial Board) : Professor Chas. Chilton, M.A., D.Sc., LL.D. Deputy-Chairman of the Professorial Eoard: Professor James Ilight, Litt.D. Dean of Faculty of Arts: Professor Arnold Wall, M.A. 1 Dean of Faculty of Science: Professor Clinton Coleridge Farr, D.Sc. Dean of Faculty of Commerce and Law: Professor James Hight, Litt.D. Dean of Faculty of Mental, Moral and Social Sciences: Professor James Shelley, M.A. Dean of Faculty of Engineering: Professor (P.H.) Powell. Director of Extension Work: Professor James Shelley, M.A. Registrar: Leonard Aubrey Stringer. THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Appointed by Iris Excellency the Governor-General.) George Thomas Booth. The Bev. .Samuel Lawry. Leonard Monck Isitt, M.P. (Appointed hy Members of Parliament.) Jonathan Charles Adams, B.A. John Joseph Dougall. Hon. George John Smith, M.L.C. (Appointed by Graduates.) The Very Rev. Walter Harper, M.A. William Brock, M.A. John Roberts Cuningham, LL.B. Arthur Edward Flower, M.A., M.Sc. George Mackenzie Lester Lester, M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. George Thorngate We3ton, LL. B. (Appointed by Teachers.) Christopher Thomas Aschman. Thomas Hughes, B.A. Luvrrenco Berry Wood, M.A. (Appointed by School Committees.) Henry Dyke Acland, B.A. Hugh Boyd. Charles Henry Adolphus Truscott Opie. (Appointed by the Professorial Board.) Charles Chilton, M.A., D.Se. (Rector). James Hight, M.A., Litt.D. THE PROFESSORIAL BOARD PROFESSORS. Thomas Gaire Roelcstro Blunt, Professor of French and German. ■; M.A., Oxford. Late Exhibitioner of Christ Church, Oxford. Diplome de 1' Alliance francaise. Appointed 1901. Robert Archibald Campbell, Professor of Civil Engineering. B Sc. (Eng.) New Zealand, A.M.I.C.E. Appointed 1922. Charles Chilton, Professor of Biology M.A., D.So., New Zealand; M.8., C.M., Edinburgh; Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen; F .L.S.; 0.M.Z.5.; F.N.Z.lnst.; Hon. Memb. Roy. Soo. N.SW.; late Research Fellow m Biology, Edinburgh. Appointed. Professor of Biology .and Palaeontology, -1903; Professor of Biology,
1910. John Bell Condliffe, Professor of Economics. MA.., New Zealand'. Late N.Z.E.F. Scholar, and Sir Thomas Gresham Research Student, Gonville and Caius' College,. Cambridge. Appointed 1920. Henry George Denham, Professor of Chemistry.- _ M.A., M.Sc., New Zealand, D.Sc. Liverpool, Ph.D. Heidelberg. Appointed 1923. Clinton Coleridge Farr, Professor of Physics. ' .„ „ • D.Sc., Adelaide; F.Ph.S.L.; F.N.Z. Inst. Appointed Lecturer in Physics, 1905; Professor of Physios,
1911. James Hight. Professor of History. M.A. Litt.D., New Zealand; F.11.E.5. Appointed Lecturer in Political Economy and Constitutional History, 1901; Lecturer in History and Economics, 1S08; Professor "of 'History and Economics, 1909; Professor of History, 1919. Edwin J. Pitman, Acting Professor of Mathematics. 8.A., B;Sc. Melbourne. Pereivai Herbert Powell, Professor of Electrical Engineering. M.Sc. Victoria. M.Eng, Liverpool, M 1.E.E., 'M.A.I.E.E.; late Fellow of Victoria University; late "David Row Memorial" Scholar. Appointed 1922. Charles Francis Salmond, Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. M.A., New Zealand. Appointed Lecturer in Mental Science, 1901; also Assistant Lecturer in Latin, 1907-10; Professor of Mental Science, 1914. Robert Speight, Professor of Geology, Palaeontology and Physical Geography. M.A.. M.'So., New Zealand, F.G.S., F.N.Z.lnst. Appointed Lecturer in Geology, 1903; Professor of Geology, 1921. James Shelley, Professor of Education. M.A'., Cambridge. Apiwinted 1920. Samuel Stede, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. B.Sc. (Mech. Eng.), New Zealand. Appointed 1922. Hugh Stewart. Professor of Classics. C.M.G.; M.A., Cambridge. Late Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. Appointed 1911;. Arnold Wall, Professor of English Language and Literature. M.A., London; 8.A., Cambridge. Appointed Professor of English Language. Literature, and History, 1898; Professor of English Language and Literature, 19C0. LECTURERS. John Christopher Bradshaw, Lecturer in Music. Mws.D., Manchester; F.R.0.0. : L.It.A.M.; A.R.C.M. Late Hargreaves Exhibitioner, Owens College, Manchester. Appointed 1902. Charles Ethelbert Foweraker, Lecturer in Forestry and Botany. M.A., New Zealand; F.L.S., Ap- ' pointed 1921.
Thomas "William Rowe, Lecturer in Jurisprudence, International Law, Komari Law, and Conflict of Laws. . LL.I!., Xe\v Zealand. Appointed 1922. James Morrison, F.1.A.N.Z., Lecturer T . lr L -Accountancy. Appointed 1921. John E' nest Purcha «. Lecttner in Education. WW' ea^an( i- Appointed OTHER MEMBERS OF THE STAFF. William Longings Andrews, B.A. Librarian. G. E. Archey, M.A. (N.Z,), Assistant i*ecturer in Zoology. Percy George Bamford, B.E. (N.Z.), Research Assistant in Engineering. Henry Dan Broadhead, M.A ~ Cambridge, Litt, 0. (N.Z.), late scholar, Trinity College, Cambridge, Lecturer in Classics. Guy Gawthorn C'alvert, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Demonstrator in Civil Engineering. Alice Muriel Flora Candy, M.A. (N.Z.), Assistant Lecturer in History. Thomas Walter Cane, M.A. (N.Z.), Assistant Lecturer in English. Ronald Alexander Cuthbert, B.A. LL.B. (N.Z.), Assistant Lecturer in Industrial, Commercial and Mercantile Law. Lisle Julius Darwin, M.A. (Adelaide), Assistant Lecturer in Mathematics. K. M. Gresson, L.L.B. (N.Z.), Assistant Lecturer in Property, Procedure and Conveyancing. H. H. Hanna, LL.B. (N.Z.), Assistant Lecturer in Torts, Criminal Law and Evidence. Alexander Gunn Henderson, 8.A., New Zealand, Assistant Lecturer in Journalism. Elizabeth Maude Herriott, M.A., New Zealand, Assistant Lecturer in logyDonald Bannerman Macleod, M.A., D.Sc., New Zealand, Demonstrator in Physics. Alexander Findlay Morrison, Lecturer and Demonstrator in Engineering. Flora Buclian Murray, M.A., New land, Assistant Lecturer in Biology (part time). Samuel Page, B.Sc., New Zealand, Demonstrator in Chemistry. Thomas Rogle Pollard, Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering. Walter Francis Robinson, A.M.N.Z.1.A., F.R.G.S., Lecturer in Surveying, Borough Engineering and Building Construction. Walter Herman Schneider, 8.E., F.S.A.S.M., A.S.A.S.M., BTp. Mecli. E., Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering. William Archibold Smith, "A.LA. N.Z., Assistant Lecturer in Accountancy. Alfred Sydney Taylor, 8.A., LLM., New Zealand, Assistant Lecturer in Property, Contracts and Conveyancing. Frank George Thomas, Demonstrate! in Mechanical Engineering. Albert Hamilton Tocker, M.A., New Zealand, Assistant Lecturer in Economics. . Jeffry Frank Dalziel White, BX, New Zealand, Assistant Lecturer in French.
FORMER OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE. CHAIRMEN OF THE BOARD OP GOVERNORS. Erom Until 1873 Joshua Strange Williams, B.A. .. .. 1875 1875 Henry Barnes Gresson, B.A. .. .. 1875 1875 William Montgomery .. 1885 1885 Frederic de Carteret Malet " 1894 1894 . Henry Richard Webb, F.R.M.S 1901 1901 Thomas Shailer Weston .. 1902 1902 Arthur Edgar Gravenor Rhodes, 8.A., LL.8... 1904 1904 Charles Lewis, M.H.R. .. 1907 1907 George Warren Russell, M.P. 1910 1910 Jonathan Charles Adams, B.A. .. .. 1918 1918 Henry Dyke Acland, B.A. MEMBERS OF THE FIRST BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Named In the Ordinance). From Until 1873 Charles Christopher Bowen 1875 1873 Rev. James Buller .. 1876 1 1873 William Patten Cowli- J shaw, M.4. • • 1876 1873 John Davies Enys, F.G.S. 1870 1873 Eev. Charles Fraser, M.A., F.G.S. .. .. 1880 1873 George Gould .. .. 1875 1 1873 Henry Barnes Gresson, B.A. .. .. 187(3 1873 Rev. William James Habens, B.A. .. 1878 1873 Hon. John Hall .. 1875 1873 Right Rev. Henry John Chitty Harper, D.D. 1890 1873 John Inglis 1884 1873 Walter Kcnuaway .. 1875 1573 Arthur Charles Knight .. 1875 1873 Thomas William Maude, M.A. .. .. 1876 1873 William Montgomery ~. 1897 1873 Thomas Henry Potts, F.L.S. 1888 1873 William Rolleston, "B.A. .. J875 1873 John Studholme . • 1875 1873 Henry John Tancred . • 1884 1873 James Sommcrville Turnbull, M.D. .. .. 1890 1873 Henry Richard Webb, F.R.M.S 1897 1873 Joshua Strange Williams, B.A. .. .. 1875 1873 Rev. William Wellington Willock .. .. 1873 FORMER PROFESSORS. Alexander William Bickerton, Professor of Chemistry. F.C.S.; Associate and formorly Senior Queen's Scholar of the Royal School of Mines. Appointed Professor of Chemistry and Physics, 1573; Professor of Chemistry, 1901. Resigned 1903. John Macmillan Brown, Professor of English Language, Literature, and History. M.A., 'LL.D., Glasgow; formerly Snell Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford. Appointed Professor of Cassics and .English Language and Literature, 1873; Professor of English Language, Literature, and History, 1879. Resigned 1895. William Michell Clarke, Professor of French and German. M.A., Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Certificate d'Etudos superieures Faculte des Lettres, Paris. Appointed 1890. Diod 1900. Charles Henry Herbert Cook, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. M.A., Cambridge; formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Appointed 1874. Resigned 1908. Arthur Dendy, Professor of Biology. D.Sc., Manchester; Associate of Owens Collego, Manchester; F.R.S. Appointed 1893. Resigned 1903. Sir John Francis Julius von Haast, Professor of Geology and Paloeontology. Ph.D., Tubingen; Hon. Sc-D-, Cambridge: F.R.S. Appointed 1877. Died 1887.
Francis William Haslam, Professor of Classics. M.A., Cambridge: formerly Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. Appointed 1879. Resigned 1912. Captain Frederick Wollaston Hutton, Professor of Biology. F.R.S., F.G.S., C.M.Z.S. Appointed JBSO. Resigned 1892. Edward Jcrmvn Mathew. Professor of English Language, Literature, and Historv. M.A., LL.B., Trinity Hall, Cambridg'e. Appointed 1595 Resigned IS9B.
William Perceval Evans, Professor of Cheniistrv. _. M.A., New Zealand; Ph.D., Gieasen. Appointed Lecturer J ]l Sound, Light, and Heat, -9Ud; Professor of Chemistry and Sound, Light and lleat, 1903; Professor of Chemistry, 'I9OO. Resigned John Percy Gabbatt,_ Professor of Mathematics and Natural PhilosoM.A., Cambridge: M.Sc., Manchester and Liverpool. Late Scholar of Pcterhouse, Cambridge. Teacher's Diploma, London. Appointed 1903. Resigned 1922. Robert Julian Scott, Professor in Charge of the School of EngineerMJnst.C.E., M.l.Mech.E., F.A.I.E. E, Appointed Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, 1888; Lecturer in Charge of School of Engineering, 1890; Professor in Charge of the School of Engineering 1894; and of the Department of blectricity, 1900-10. Resigned 1922.
UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS AND PJRIZEMEN. (Canterbury College Students), RHODES SCHOLARSHIP. 1915—Richards, Henry Stokes. 1917 —Ponder, Arthur Osborne. 1920—Richmond, Norman Macdonald; McCallum, Stanley Powell (Special Scholarship). 1851 EXHIBITION SCHOLARSHIP. 1894 —Rutherford, Ernest (Electrioity). 1895—Erskine, John Angus (Electricity). 1906—Denham, Henry George (Chemistry). 19] o—Stubbs, Clifford Morgan (Chemistry). 1930—Rowe, Eric Arnold (Chemistry). SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. 1878—Fitchett, Frederick (Latin); Hay, James (Latin); Wilkin- \ son, James Reewo (Latin). 1879 —Chilton, Charles (Mathematics) ; Oonnal, Benjamin Michael (Latin); Douglas, William Braddyl (Greek); Fidlor, William (Latin, French, Ment. Sc.); Foster, Thomas ScholfielcL (Latin); Grierson, Gertrude (English); Herbert, William Henry (Physios, Chemistry); Innes, John (English). 1880 —Chilton, Charles (English, Physics, Zoology); Connal, Benjamin Michael (Greek, English, Poi. S(0; Edg<)r, Margaret Lilian. Florence (English, French); Wilkinson, James Reeve (Pol. Sc., Ph., Ch., Geol.). 1881 —Cohen, Louis (English', Mathematics); Grossmann, Janette (Latin, English, Pol. Sc.); Grossman, Josepfi Pensonde (Latin, English, Pol. Sc.); Irvine, Robert Francis (Political Science). 1882—Cross, Henry (Latin, English, Poi. Sc.); Evans, William Perceval (Math., Physics, Chem.); Laing, Robert Malcolin (Latin, Frftnoh,) Botany); Purchas, Henry Thomas (English, Political Sc. >, Searlb, Edith Howitt (Latin, EnglisTi, Pol. Sc.). 1883—Haast, Heinricli Ferdinand von (Political Science); Kime, Ptrcy (Mathematics); Lamb, Robert (Physics, _ Chemistry); Rowe, Thomas Willkim (Latin, English); Rowe, Thomas William (Botany). 1884 —Inglis, Herbert McClelland (Physics, Chemistry). 1885—Craddock, William Henry Augustus (Latin, English); Pifccaithly, Ellen (Political Science). 1886—-Meek, Alfred Richardson (Political Science;; Talbot, Alfred George (Mathematics). 1887 —Mills, Aimee Eveline (Political Science); Smith, John Hartley (Greek, Latin); Speight, Robert (Mathematics); Ward, William Frederick (Latin, English) 1883 —Gibbs, Frederick Giles (Latin, English); Marshall, Joy Marriott (Mathematics); Turner, Joseph Hurst (Greek, Latin); Weston, Thomas Shailer (Political Science). 1889—Bull, _ Benjamin' Samuel (Chemistry). 1890—North cote, Hugh (Greek, Latin); Pemberton, Francis Augustine (Latin, English); Pemberton. Francis Augustine (Political Science). ■ 1891— Adams, Charles (Physics); Hardcastle, Edward Edgir.trton (Mathematics); Marshall, Patrick (Geology); Watson. Herbert Bernard (Greek, Latin). IS92—Bnnnister, John Edgar (Greek); Buchanan. Edgar Simmons (English, French); Marris, 'Willis Sinclair (Latin); Rutherford, Ernest (Mathematics); Sheard, Florence (Political Science). 1893—Buchanan, Alfred Johnson (Political Science); Craig, Christopher Albert (Mathematics) ; Dawson, William Henry (Chemistry); Erskine, John Angus (Physics); Hight, James (English, French). 1894—Craddock, Herbert Osbourne (Greek); Gray, Alexander (Physics); Lancaster, George Joseph (Mathematics). 1895—8e11, Alexander (Mathematics); Flower, Arthur Edward (Physics); Lawrell, Maud Edith (Greek); Mills, Clara Beatrice (English, French); Milner, Frank (Latin); Murphy, Timothy Ambrose (Political Science). IS9G —Craddock, Arthur Rainsford (Physics); Inglis, John Keni neth Harold (Mathematics); Low, Elsie (Botany). 1897—Johansen, Ernst Ferdinand Gabriel (Political Science); Maclaverty, Charles Wilfred Iver (French, German); Olliver, Margaret Florence Louisa (Zoology).
IS9S—Cooper, John Sisson St. George (Mathematics); Cooper, John Sisson St. George (Physics); Parr, Edward James (English, Frenc-h). 1899—Keane, Michael Cormac (Mathematics); Prideaux, Edmund Brydges Rudhall (Latin). 1900—Robertson, Struan Sholto Douglas (Mathematics); Scott, Walter Lawrence (Mathematics); Scott, Walter Lawrence (Chemistry). 1902—Wilding, Gladys Julia (English, French). 1903—Cook, Charles Frederick Denman (Greek); Cook, Charles Fredorick Denman (Latin); Kidson, Edward (Physics); Lancaster, John Gill (Mathematics) . 1904—Cook, Henry Denman (Mathematics); ~ Mcllraith, James Wordsworth (Politics,! Science) 1905—Kitchingham, Frederick Arthur (Political Science); O'Callaghan, Ada (Mathematics); Wilson, Grace (English, French). 1906—Griffin, Isabella Rachel (French). 1907—8e11, Norman Murray (Greek); Bell, Norman Murray (Chemistry); Cross, Bella Dytes Mcintosh (Botany); Williamson, Keith Hawthorne Cape (History); Wilson, Edwin John (French). 1908—Macleod, Donald Bannerman (Chemistry); Stubbs, Clifford Morgan (Pure Mathmeatics). 1909—Candy, Alice Muriel . Flora (Economics); Jackson, Edith Annie (Heat, Sound and Light); Leversedge, Helen Patton (French). 1910—Broadhead, Henry Dan (Greek); Broadhead, Henry Dan (Latin); Mulgan, Geoffrey William Douglas (History); Tytheridge, Alan Courtney (German). 1911—-Malthus, Cecil (English). 1912—Corkill, Francis Malcolm (Electricity) ; Marshall, Charles Stanley (Economics); Purchas, Alban Charles Theodore (Geology). 1913 —Richards, Henry Stokes (Pure Mathematics); Rowe, Harold Vincent (Chemistry); Wilson, Joseph Vivian (Greek); Wilson, Joseph Vivian (Latin); Wilson, Joseph Vivian (History). 1914 —Bell, Harold George (Mental Science); Hickey, Mary Margaret (History); Ponder, Arthur Osborne (<Chemistry) ; Watters, Jessie Hazel Annandale (Latin). 1915—-Hardcastle, Dorothy Clare (English); Richardß, Reginald James (Greek); Rochfort, Henry (Economics). 1916—Cocker —William Hollis (Economics). 1917—Page, Robert Owen (Pure Mathematics); Page, Robert Owen (Chemistry);* Richmond, Norman Macdonald (Applied •Mathematics); Schroder, John Henry Erie (Latin), equal. 1918 —Leonard, Kate (Applied Mathematics). 1919—Bruce, Noeline Marion Selwyn (History); Page, Alfred William (Botany). 1920—Bennett, Edward William (Botany); Black, Donald Harrison (Mathematics). 1921—Andrews, John Douglass (French); Harrop, Angus John (History); Hooper, Vera Lydia (Latin); Oldridge, Doris Marjorie (Botany). , 1922 —Beeby, Clarence (Philosophy), (equal); Cox, Percy Thomas (Geology).
COLLEGE WAR LIST, 191418. This list contains the names, of past and present students and members of the staff of Canterbury College- who were known to have been serving with his Majesty's Forces during 1914-18. Tho names of men who were killed or died while on active service are printed with an asterisk. ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE. Companion. Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Burnett Charters, D.S.O. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORD^R. Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Burnett C.M.G. 'Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Frederick Denman Cook Lieutenant-Commander George H. Dennistoun Lieutenant-Colonel Halbert Ceoil Glendining .Ma.ior Charles Ernest Hercus Maior Donald Sinclair Murchison, ' M.C. Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Treweeke Hand Newton Major Rayner Barrington Smythe Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Stewart, D.5.0., M.0., C. de G. (With Bar) Major Eric Norman Webb, M.C. Lieutenant-Colonel Claude Horace Weston, M.C. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS. Might-Lieutenant Donald Ernest Harkness MILITARY CROSS. Lieutenant Rex Clifford Abernethy Captain Frederick Noel Hamilton Beamish Lieutenant Guy Shuckburgh Collyns Major George Carlisle Dailey Major Donald Dobson Major Cuthbert William Free "Lieutenant Alexander Gray, M.M. Lieutenant John Alexander Douglas Iverach Captain Peter McCallum Captain John Llewellyn Charles Merton Major Donald Sinclair Murchison, D.S.O. The Reverend Stephen Parr, Chaplain, Fourth Class •Lieutenant George Basil Lee Porter Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Stewart D.5.0., C. de G. ' Major William Francis Tracy •Lieutenant Jqhn Endell Wanklyn Major Eric Norman Webb, D.S.O. Lieutenant-Colonel Claude Horace Weston. D.S.O. Captain Arthur James Wigley '
DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL. 'Lieutenant Frederick William Watson Quartermaster-Sergeant Donald Clyde Inglis MILITARY MEDAL. Lance-Corporal Matthew George Easton 'Lieutenant Alexander Gray, M.O. Lieutenant Walter Waddell Horwell Lance-Corporal Arthur David Mead "Sergeant William Wallace Simmers Private Cyrus W 7 ilson FRENCH DECORATIONS. Legion of Honour. Olief do Bataillon James Marshall Waddell, C. do G. (W'iijh double clasp.) Croix de Guerre. Herbert William Home Sams Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Stewart, D.5.0., M.C. Chef do Bataillon James Marshall Waddell LIST OF MEN WHO SERVED. *Abernethy, K. S., Lioutenant; Afyernethy, R. C., Lieutenant; Adams, E. C.; Adams, 11. AV.; *Adamson, F. V. t Private; Adamson, R. de 8., Private; *Aitkeu, E. B.; *Aitken, J. H., Private; Allardyce, A. It.; *Alley, E. 8., Captain; 'Ambrose, K. D., Lieutenant; *Amodeo, P. J.; Anderson, A. V.; 'Anderson, F. A.. Lieutenant; Andrew, L. C., Private; Andrews, J. D.„ Lieutenant; Archey, G.' E., Lieutenant; Arnold, B. E.; 'Atkinstfn, S.A., Captain. , 'Bain, A. C. W., Private; Bain, N. R., Corporal; "Baker A. K., Sergeant ; Ball, A.; Ballantyne, tj. J.; Barker, E. C.; Barker, T. D., Lieutenant; "Barnett, A. J.; Barrett, A. P.; Barter, J.; Bauchop, D. F., Eng.Lieut., R.N.; Baverstock, H. S., Beamish, F. N. H., Captain; Beattie, J.; Beattie, R,. J., Sergeant; Beaven, E. T., Gunner; Beaten, M. AV., Gunner; Beckley, R. J., Corporal; Bell, H. G., Lieutenant; Berg, F. N.; Bernau, E. H. L., Captain; Bestall, L. D."; *BisHop, A. W., Lieutenant; Black, A. A.; Blackie, B.; Blunt, B. G., Lieutenant; Bosselmann, V. C-, Lieu- • tenant; *Bowden, J. D., Lieutenant; Bowen, C. H. G.; Bowen, L., Captain; *Boyd, A. A. Sergeant; Boyle, C. A. P., Sergeant ; Bradshaw, G. 8., Private; Brailsford, S. F. J.: Bridgman, J. T.; Brown, C. M. Bevan-, Sergeant; Brown, F. V. Bevan-, Captain; Brown, Lillian A., Nurse; Brown, R. E. Bevan-, Sergeant; Brown, W. A., Sergeant; Burgess, C. W.; *Burnard, A., Lieutenant; *Burnett, N. P., Corporal; Burns L. A., Sergeant; Burrows, \V. M., Captain; Bush, L. L. T., Captain; Butt, C. C. Calvert, G. G., Corporal; Cameron, D. L.; Campbell, Anne D., Nurse; Campbell, J.; Campbell, L. 8., Captain; Campbell, R. A., Captain; Charters, A. 8., Lieut.-Col-onel; Checkley, G., Private; Ch'isholm, D., Lieutenant; Chrystall, PL. M., Captain; Chrystall, W.; Clark, J.; Cocker, W. H., Lieutenant ; Cocks, H. "B.; Collins, J. C.; Collins, R. J. G.: Collyns, G. S., Lieutenant; Oolthart, J • *Cook, C. F. D., Lieut.-Colonel; *Cookson, W.; "Combes, F. R., Lieutenant; Condliffe, J. 8., Sergeant; Corkill, F. M., Lieutenant; Cotton, _G. W., Driver; Cotton, R. 8., Lieutenant; 'Couch l man, y. R.; Craighead, E. O. A.; *Cresswell, G. H., Sergeant; Cristofanini, J.; Cross, A. J. M., Captain: Cuming, S. R.; Currie, D. E., Private; 'Currie, T. E., Trooper. Dailey, G. C., Major; Dalley, C. G., Private; Dalley, E. R., Private; Darwin, L. J,, Lance-Corporal; Davie, F. L.; Davies, —, LanceCorporal; Davis, G. C. C.; *Davis, P. G.; Deacon, R. V., Lance-Cor-poral j Denne, A. H., .lieutenant; D«nniston, J. G., Lieutenant; Dennistoun, G. H., Lieut.-Commr., R.N.; 'Derrett, T. LI., Corporal; Dickinson, J. C.; Doake, D., Lieutenant; . Dobson, D., Major; *Donn, J. M., Lieutenant: Donnelly, A. T., Lieutenant; Doubleday, W. H.; Dunn, L. R.: Easton, M. G., Lance-Corporal; Edgar, H., Lieutenant. / 'Edwards, E., Chaplain; Evans, O. E., Corporal; Evans, J. E.; Evans, J. M.; Evans, W. T. 'Fairbairn, W Lieutenant; *Farra, E. St. C.; Farrow, E. C., Private; Farrow, p. D., Lieutenant; Fendall, H. O.; Ferrier, E. C. A., Rifleman; Fletcher, R.; Florance, D. C. H.» Lieutenant; Foster, W. A.; Foweraker, C. E., Corporal; 'Fowke, L. M.; Free, C. W., Major; Freeman, LI. B. 'Gabites, C. D., Lieutenant; "Gale, R. J.; Garsia, C. W., Lieut.-Col.; Gee, L. W., Private; 'George, E. W., Private; Gerard, G. V., Lieutenant; Gibson, F. G., Major; GiUing, C. D. j Glendining, H. C., Lieut.-Col.; Godfrey, J. D., Private; Goodfellow, J. G., Lieutenant; 'Goodsir, R. K., Bombardier; Gordon, J. A., Sapper; Gordon, J. M., Private; . Gotz, G. E. H., Lieutenant (French Army); Gough, E. C., Private Grant, G. H., Sapper; Grace, L. W. H., Lieutenant; 'Gray, A., Lieutenant; 'Gray, W. M.; Green, H. L.; Gresson, K. M., Major; Griffin, C. J. F., Captain; Grigg, W. G., Chaplain; Guiney, A. H., Corporal,; Gurnsey, A.- G., Trooper; Gurnsev, F. W., Rifleman; Guthrie, D.; Guthrie, N.; '*Guy, R. W., Sergeant. j Haldane, J. R.; Hall, D.; 'Hall G. F. R., Lieutenant; Hancox, G. G., Lieutenant; Hanna, H. H., Captain; Hansard, G. K., Corporal; Harman, R. J.; Hardy, J. L., Lieutenant; Harkness, D. E., Flight-Lieut.; Hariey, W. C., Captain; 'Harper, E. T., Trooper; Harvey, E. T.,; Hawkins, H. A., Chaplain; Hawley, A. K.., Trooper; Hayman, B. F., Flight-Lieut,; •Henderson, L. A.; Hercus, A. F., Lieutenant, Herman, C.' A., Captain: Hill, G. D., Sub-lieuten-ant; Hoare, G. H., Corporal; Holden, J.; Holderness, D.. Lieutenant; Holdemess, H., Major; Hope, A.; Hopkins, B. P., geant; Hopkins, N., Lieut., R.N.; •Hopkins, H. P., Private; Horwell, R.; Horwell, W. H., Lieutenant; 'Houlker, J- Major: Howell, B. H. ;• Hughes, L • Hurdley, H . j'., Driver; Hutcfc sen, D. W. D., Lieutenant; Hutton, H. M., Lieutenant; Hutton, L. 8., Lieutenant; Hutton. "W. 8., Lieutenant; Hvde W. J Private; Inglis, D. 0. Q.M.S.; Iverach, J. A. D., Liefutenant; Jackman, C. V., Lance-Corporal; Jacobsen, A. R.; James, L. H.; "Jamieson, C.; Jebson, W.; "Jennings, L. S., Captain; Jermyn, J. A. Chaplain; "Johnson, C. G., Lieutenant; "Johnson, F., Private; "Johnstone, D.; "Johnstone, G. F., Lieutenant; Johnstone, M. Corrie-; Jolly, F. L. G., Lieutenant; Jones. F. A., Jndson. C. G.
Kemp, C. C.; Kemp, C. J.; Kemp, IT. G., Private; Kennedy, P.; Kidson, C. I.: Kidson, E., Captain; "Kimbell, F. L., Gunner; King, G. W., Lieutenant: King. H. W., Captain; King, W. B.; Knight, L. A., Chaplain. Lamont, G.; Lane, E. H.; Lane, H. W„ Lieutenant; Lascelles, W 7 . It., Captain; Lawrence, C. W., Lieutenant; Lawry, ]?. A. It., Major; "Livingstone, F. J., Lieutenant; Livingstone, R. H., Flight-Captain; Low, N. K. T., Sergeant; Low, V. 1 T., Sapper; Lucas, 11. N.; Lucena, H. L.; Lush, A., Lieutenant. *Maben, K. M., Lieutenant: *McAr- j thur, J., Corporal; *McCallum, J. G., Captain; McCallum, P., Captain; McCallum, S. P., Corporal; McCarthy, 11. C.; McDonald, D. J., Sergeant; *M(jGimpsoy, R., Sapper; McGregor, R.; *Mcllarg, L. H„ *Macindoe, G., . Private; McKay, R. A., Sapper; McKay, R. J., Major; *McKelvev, C. J., Lieutenant; *Mackenzic, A. N. D. K., Rifleman; McLennan, T.; McLeod, J. A., Sergeant; *McRae, A. P., Sergeant; Maguiness, S. M., Sergeant; Makin, W. K.; Maloney, J. K., Lieutenant; Mai- 1 thus, C., Sergeant; Manliire, C. G., Trooper; *Mansell, W. J., LanceCorporal; *Manson, D., Corporal; ( Mauger, E.; Marks, H. R„ Private; Mason, D. E.; Matthewson, F.j *Maurice, F. D., Lieutenant; Maxwell, J. E., Rifleman; 'Maxwell, J. W., Signaller; *Maync, G. C., Major; Mead, A. D., LanceCorporal; Meikle, E.; Menzies, J. L.; *Menzies, W. G., Sergt.Major; *Merton, A. C., Sergeant; *Merton, C. H.; Merton, J. L., C., Captain; Miller, W. R.; 'Mills, D. G., Private; Money, H. C., Chaplain; Monro, A. D., Corporal; Moodie, B. P.; Moor, C. T., Corporal; Moore, F. W., Lieutenant; *Moore, M. 0., Trooper; Moore, W. It., Lieutenant; Morison, W. M.; Morton, C.; *Morton, J.; Mor- 1 ton, W. A. 8., Sergeant; Moseley, C. E.; Mottram, B. R., Rifleman; Murchison, D. S., Major; Murray, A. *Nalson, P. S., Sergeant; Newton, C. T. Hand-, Lieut.-Col.; "Nicholla, J. G.; Nicoll, T. A.; Noonan, F. J. ! *o'Connor, D., Lioutenant; O'Connor, W.'; O'Donoghue, M. F., Lieutenant; Olliver, C.; Oram, H., Captain; Orbell, R. J.; Orr, M. H., Captain; *Overton, G. S., LanceCorporal. Packwood, F. J.; Palmer, F.; Parker, H. F., Flight Sub-Lieut.; Parkinson, G.; Parr, C., Lieutenant; Parr, S., Chaplain; Parsonson, G. F l ., Sergeant; Paterson, J. 8. 1 ; Paterson, S. L., Sergeant; Paterson, W-'D., Corporal; Patton, W. C., Lance-Corporal; Payne, F. G., .Corporal; Penlington, B. R.; Peters, J.; "Petre, R. J., Corporal; Ponder, A. 0., Lieutenant; "Porter, G. B. L., Lieutenant; Pratt, C. F.; Pratt, W. jB., Private. Quartermain, L. 8.. Sergeant; Quigley, C. V., Corporal. Ray, F. C.; Read, T., Rifleman; *Reese, A. W., Private; Reoves, E. W.; *Reid, E. D., Sergeant; Rendle, H. C. R., Lieutenant; Revell, G. A., Sergeant; Rice, E. D., Chaplain; "Richards, H-. S., Lieutenant; Richards, R. J., Lieutenant; Richmond, N. M., Lance-Corporal; Riddle, T. E., Chaplain; Ritchie, A. H.; Robinson, I. R., Lance-Cor-poral; Ronayne, P. H., Lieutenant; Roo, L. R. Corporal; Roper, M.; *Ross, H. M., Sapper; "Ross, J. W. T., Sergeant; Rowe, E. A., Corporal; Rowe, H. V., Corporal; "Rule, F. J., Corporal; "Rule, W. 8., Lieutenant; "Rutland, G. R.; *Rutledge, —Lieutenant; Butter, A. Sage, G. P.; G.; Sams, HL W, H.; "Sapsford, F. L., Private; Saunders, A. T.; Scott, M. J., Lieutenant; Scoular, A.; Sellar, R.' G., Lieutenant; Seymour, D. J. 8., Corporal; Sharp, W.; *Simmers,W. W., Sergeant; Sinclair, N. T.; "Skelton, W. G., Lieutenant; Skinner, A. H.; Smith, J. A., Quarter-master-Sergeant; Smith, T. D., Captain; Smith, W. 0., Gunner; Smythe, R. 8., Major; Spooner, J. K. C.; Stead, E.' F.; "Storey, B. H. G., Sergeant; Stewart, H., Lieut.-Col.; Stringer, C. A., Sergeant; "Sustins, N., Troopfer; Sutherland, R. A.; Sylvester, Si! J. H. •Talbot, A., Lieutenant; Taylor, C. M., Corporal; "Taylor, L. S., Private; "Thomas, G. A.; Thomas, M. J.; Thomas, R. W., Sergeant; Thomas, S. H., Sapper; "Thomas, W. G. A., Private; Thompson, C.; Thompson, F. H.; Thomson, L. F.; Thwaites, L. J. W., Sergeant; Topliss, R. H., Flight-Lieut.; Tracy, i W. F., Major; Twyford, A. G.' Vale, N.; Vincent, A. E. Waddell, J. M., Chef" de Bataillon (French Army); Walker, C. R.; "Wanklyn, J. E., Lieutenant; Watkins, C. C., Corporal; Watkinson, H., Lieutenant; "Watson, F. W., Lieutenant;- Webb, E. N., Major; Webb, H. K.; Webster, N. J.; Westerman, V. L.; Weston, C. H., Lieut.-Colonel; Weston, G. T., Lieutenant; Wigley, A. J., Captain; "Wilding, A. F., Captain; Wilding, F. S., Lieutenant; Wilkinson, H. R.; Williams, D. G., Corporal; "Williams, E. P.; "Williams, K. G.; Williamß, O. W., Corporal; Williams, R.; Williamson, E. A., Corporal; Wilson, C., Private; Wilson, D, G.; Wilson, G. E.; Wilson, J. V., Lieutenant; Wilson, T. F. G.; Withell, E. C. D., Lieutenant; Withers, A. J/ T.; Withers, R. L., Major. Young, C. L., Captain; Young, J. R., Chaplain.
GRADUATES* ROLL. The Roll of Graduates of Canterbury College is made up as follows: Faculty of Arts. 1 Doctors of Literature 807 Masters of Arts. 284 Bachelors of Arts. Faculty of Science. 7 Doctors of Science. 29 Masters of Science 37 Bachelors of Science. 16 Bachelors of Science on Engineering. Faculty of Law. 4 Doctors of Laws. 2 Masters of Laws. 1 82 Bachelors of Law. j Faculty of Music. 4 Bachelors of Music. - ' Faculty of Engine,erin*. , 50 Baohelors of Engineering. ( Faculty of Commence. 9 Bachelors of Commerce. Faculty of Agriculture. 3 Bachelors of Agriculture. Total number of New Zealand University degrees gained by Canterbcry College students, 1873-1923i; —838.
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