The University examinations commenced to-day in the Agricultural Hall. There are in all 140 candidates. The arrangements, which were highly satisfactory, include the providing of several Pasteur filters for the convenience of the candidates. These examinations have hitherto been conducted under the supervision of Dr Hislop, but this year that duty is being performed by Mr R. Donald, who has personally superintended the making of all arrangements. ANNUAL TEEMS EXAMINATIONS. The following further results are to hand:— „ BOTANY. Second class: W. M. Thomson, W. T. Simmons, A. N. Fell, J. Armstrong, Eleanor S. Baker, W. F. Browne, JM. Thompson. Third class; m! Holmes, W. H-Simps, n, J. C. S. M'Douall, D Golding, P. H. Mules, W. Waddell, M. J. G. hiast ZOOLOGY. First class: S. C. Allen. Second class: S. T. Brugh, J. H. H. Baillie, W. M. Thomson, E. J. D Hercus. Linda Fenwick, P. H. Mules. Third class: J. 6. M Leod. v In the list of the results of the examination in Saturday’s issue the following corrections should be made :—ln French, Chemistry, and Chemical Laboratory, Ivan Wansbrough should be Ivon Wansbrough, In Junior Latin G. H. Thomson should be bracketed equal with Bartholemew and Randle in the second class. In Practical Chemistry, third class, add K. A. E. Wallis whose name is printed as Walter in Genera! Geology.
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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS., Evening Star, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. Evening Star, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897
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