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EDUCATIONAL.

VICTORIA COLLEGE DEGREE LIST. PER PBESS ASSOCIATION. Wellington, June 2. At a meeting of the Senate of tho New Zealand - University, held in j "Wellington to-day, various degrees wero conferred. Thoso in connection with Victoria University College- were as follow :— - Master of Arts. Bert. Newman Thornton Blake, Arthur Ernest Brockett, Mary Crawford Clachan, Edwin Thomas Cox, Hugh Mahon Foley, Edward Fitzgerald Eagar, "Worrier Heine, Mary Boyne McKenzie, Henry John Nightingale, Ellen Pigott, Kenneth Ross, Ehzaboth Maggie Shirer, George Sainsbury Struck. Bachelor of Arts. James Robert Cuddie, Hilma Elvira Fogelberg, "Williamina Milne Gill, Arnold John Graham, Gladys Mary Hammond, Charles Nelson Haslam, Doris Cowles Hunt; Frederick Maurice Kempthorne, Chloe Ruth Lehndorf, Joseph Stanley Marsden, Helen Mary Mcl lor, Mary Edith Elizabeth Murray, Edward Percy- Neale, Esther Mary North, Lemoine James Pilkington, Albert Hamilton Tocker, Rae Lena Zin'ian. Bachelor of Science. Natalie Constance Bowen Allen, David M'Leod, Mary Catherine Terry. Master of Laws. James Christie, George Craig, Harrietto Johanna Vine, Henry Williams. Bachelor of Laws. Cranleigh Harper Barton, Claude Anstice Brown, Kenneth Sholto Caldwell^'Cyril Geoffrey Edmund Harker, Cyril Guy Lennard, Oswald Chettle Mazongarb. John Alexander Scott, Thomas Edward Yond Seddon, Archicald Burnett Sievwright, Alister M'Lcan Thomson, Ernest Bolton Tus-. tin, Henry Van Staveren.

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EDUCATIONAL. Feilding Star, Volume XI, Issue 2734, 4 June 1915

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