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PROSPECTING ON lIARRWOOD RUN. An adjourned meeting of the University Council was held tbis afternoon to consider the above matter. Mr F. B. Chapman was present to advise the Council; Mr Hoaking on behalf of the runholder, Mr Pogson (»ho w<s also present), and for two prospectors whose claims had been "jumped." A long discu'sion ensued, our report of which is held over. PROFESSOR BLiCIT. A long letter was received from Professor Black asking the Council to reconsider their resolution of August 15, 1888, which declared him guilty of a grave en or and of an act of discourtesy in his aicoptance of the office of president at the meeting of a scientific body at Sydney. Dr Stuart spoko in favor of the rescinding of the resolution, but after some discussion full consideration of tho matter was adjourned till next meeting.

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL., Issue 8004, 5 September 1889

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. Issue 8004, 5 September 1889

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