[BT tklsghaph.—PSßSS ASSOCIATION. 3 WELLINGTON, Thursday. . The results of tie New Zealand University law professional examinations held in March ' were made available to-day. The following candidates from "the Auckland centre have" passed sections in the subjects specified. The subjects are -denoted as follows: — Contracts; 2, Property L; 3, Property II.; 4, Evidence; 5, Criminal Law; 6, Torts; 7, Procedure.
W. H. M. Adams, 2, 3; A- J. Billington, 4, 5 ; J. F." Boylan, 1; O. G. Bramwell, 7; £. B. Brown, 3, 4, 5 R> H. Busoomb, 1, 2, 4; S. A- Cleal, 6: A. Craig, 5, 6; O. 0. Edmonds, 1, 2 : W. M. Elliot, 4, 5; R. J. Fisher, 3, 4; H. J- C. George, 2,- 3} H. Y. Gregory, 1; H. M. Hammond, 7; EL W. Harold, 7; B. C. Hart, 1, 2; J. B. Jordan, 1, 4, 5: J. A. Kyd, 4; N. F. Little, 3; H- R. Malcolm, 5; J. H. V. Mi(psill, 1, 2, 6: N. -T. McLeod,. 3, 4; A. C". Newcombe, 2; 0, E. Nicholson, 7; A. W. M. Ohlson. 1. 4; E. M. D. Ohlson, 2, 3, 7; C. N. O'Neil, 4, 7; J. H. Parr. 4: C- M. Rattray. 3; N. H. Raw son j 5, 6; W. J. Robertson, 5.7; H. G. Rote, 1, 2; L. F. Rudd, 5.: W. J. H. Sims. 5; J. P. Soniers, -4. 6; W. J. Spring, 1, 2, 4; A. M. Steadman, 2, 4: M. P. Stewart-, 1, 6; A. Taylor, 2. 5; E. L. Thwaites, 6; A. L. Tompkins, 4, 5 : H. R. A. Vialoux, 6: C. B- Wake, 4y W. G. Watkins, 3, 4, 7; G. ¥. M. White, 2; R. N. White, 5; C. S- OWoods, 3, 7 W. R. Worslev, 1, 2; L. T. Wylie, 2, 3, 4, 7; AR. Gorrie, 3.
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