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i’hc Chancdhu (Hie Rev. A. CairciOn) presided at yesterday’s meeting of the Otago University Council. The following business was completed too late for inclusion in yesterday's issue ; - —Finance. — A schedule of receipts and expenditure for the month as affecting the general account was presented, the receipts amounting to £873 8e 7d, and the expenditure t<» £3,632 10s 4d. The pass book showed a credit balance of £232 13s lid, reducible on deducting outstanding cheques to an overdraft of £1,788 8s lid. The expenditure on the scholarship and prize funds account amounted to £25, and on the building fund amount to £656 10s 2d.— Adopted, with an instruction to reconsider the question of the granting of the Beverly Entrance Scholarship.

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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