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The following are the positions assigned to the New Zealand students at the supplementary examinations in connection with the winter session of Edinburgh Univereity : Chemistry.— First-class honors, Alfred G. Talbot, Nelson, 2lst; seoond-class honors, William Young, Wellington, 47th.

Practical Chemistry. First-plass honors, William Young, Wellington, tied with six others; AG. Talbot, 24th. Anatomy. First year students, A. Q. Talbot (medallist) tied with four otheis for second place; second-class honors, William Young, 44th, Practical Examination on their own Dissections. First year students: Second-class honors, W. Young, 74th. Institutes of Medicine.—First-class honorp, E. H. Alexander tied for eighth place; secondclass honors, W. F. Bauchop and T. G. MackelJar, Otego, tied for 83rd place. Juniors: First-class honors, S. A. GAbbs,£th; secondclass honorp, R. Lamb, 58th.

Materia Medica.—First-olass honors, E. H. Alexander, 14th, Second-class honorp, W, F. Bauchop, 40th; Sidney A. Gibbs, 58th; L. Bowman tied for 61st; F, T. Forster, Christchurch, tied for GSrd. Midwifery.—Second-class honors, James Fitz feiald, Dun'din, 34th; F, J. Kicoll, Lawrence, 2nd ; R. V. Fulton, Dunedin, tied' with three others for 57th.

Practice of Physics.—Junior!: James Fitzgerald, 16th; Herbert M. Inglus, Chtistchurch, 31st.

Passed First Professional Examination—William Fitzgerald. Passed in Chemistry and Practical Chemistry.—A. G. Talbot. Passed in Botany and History.—W. D. Elliott, Dunedin.

T. M'Kellar (Otago) passed in three of the subjects for the seoond professional examination.

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"OUR BOYS" TO THE FORE., Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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"OUR BOYS" TO THE FORE. Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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