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VI. Candidates must, on or before the 20th of October, give notice

of their intention to present themselves for examination, and such notice must be given on a printed form which may be obtained from the Registrar, or, in the case of Local Centres,

from the Local Secretary. VII. Candidates who fail to give notice by the prescribed date may

be permitted by the Board to present themselves on payment

of an extra fee of 58. VIII. (a) A list of successful candidates, arranged in alphabetical order,

showing the subjects in which the candidate passed and the last place of education from which each candidate comes will be posted at the University and published in the report on the

public examinations. (6) Lists of candidates who have distinguished themselves in the

separate subjects will also be published. (c) Three prizes of the value of £10, £5, and £3 respectively will

be annually awarded to the most distinguished candidates in the whole examination, who shall be under seventeen years of age on the 1st of December in the year in which the examination is held, and the names of other candidates who have distinguished themselves in the whole examination will be published in order of merit. The award of the prizes and the position on the honour list will be determined by the aggregate of marks in not more than six subjects. The scale of marks assigned to each subject shall be published in the schedule of

details. IX. Schedules defining, as far as may be necessary, the range of the

questions to be set shall be published not less than twelve months before the date of the examination to wbich they are intended to apply.

Allowed 11th December, 1901.

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SYLLABUS FOR THE EXAMINATION TO BE HELD IN

NOVEMBER, 1904, AMD MARCH, 1905. 1. English LITERATURE. (a) Shakespeare. Merchant of Venice; edited by H. L. Withers (Warwick Shaker peare.

Blackie. ls. 6d.) (6) Palgrave, F. T. Golden treasury of songs and lyrics, book third

ed. by J. H. Fowler. (Macmillan. 2s. 6d.). (c) Milton. Lycidas. (d) To be committed to memory: Milton's Lycidas ; Gray's Progress

of poesy ; Gray's Elegy written in a country churchyard.

For Intending Medical Students. [Intending medical students are required to answer questions in grammatical analysis and parsing, in English history, and in general geography.

mans.

ed. by,

ser.

They are recommended to read Gardiner's Outlines of English history (Long.

23. 6d.) and Parkin's Round the Empire (Cassell & Co. Is. 6d.). Can. didates who pass the Senior Public Examination in history are not required to answer these questions in that subject, but all the subjects required for matriculation in medicine must be passed at the same examination.] 2. HISTORY.

Gardiner, S. R. Students' history of England, Vol. II, A.D. 1509–

1689, pp. 361–648. (Longmans. 4s.). 3. GREEK.

*(a) Grammar. Goodwin's School Greek grammar; new and revised

ell. (Macmillan. 38. 6d.), is recommended.
*(6) Prose composition.
*(c) Passages for translation from unprepared books.
(d) Aristophanes. Scenes from Aristophanes : The Clouds ;

Arthur Sidgwick. (Longmans. ls. 6d.).
Xenophon. Hellenica, Bk. I; ed. by G. M. Edwards. (Pitt Pr.

3s. 611.)
le) Greek History, from 431 B.C.-403 B.C.

*Candidates are warned that, however satisfactory their work may be in (d) and (e), it is impossible for them to pass if they

fail in the other sections. 4. LATIN. *(a) Grammar. Postgate's New Latin primer (Cassell. 2s.6d.) is

recommended.
*(6) Prose composition.
*(c) Passages for translation from unprepared books.
(11) Cicero, Pro Lege Manilia ; ed. by J. C. Nicol (Pitt Pr. ser.

Is, 60.)
Pergil. Aeneid, Bk. I; ed. by M. T. Tatham. (Arnold. Is. 6d.)
NOTE Teuchers are recommended to consult the following:
Vergil. Works ; with a commentary by J. Conington,

vo!. 2. (Bell and Sons)
Aeneid, Bk. I; ell. by A. Sidgwick. (Pitt

Pr. ser. Is. 661.)
Jeneid, Bk 1; ed. by T. E. Page. (Macmil.

lan. ls. 601.)
(e) Roman History, from 60 B.C-42 B.C.

*Candidates are warned that, however satisfactory their work may be in (d) and (e), it is impossible for them to pass if they

fail in the other sections. 5. FRENCH

(a) Grammar.
(6) Translation from English into French.

(c) Translation from French into English. 6. GERMAX.

(a) Grammar.
(6) Translation from English into German.

(c) Translation from German into English. 7. TRITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA, A

Arithmetic including the theory of the various processes; the elements

of mensuration, including the areas of parallelograms, triangles, circles, and the surfaces of spheres and cones; the volumes of parallelopipeds, prisms, pyramids, spheres and cones.

Algebra to equations of the second degree including surds and indices

the theory of quadratic equations.
No text-book is prescribed, but the questions set will be of the

standard of Ex. 1.70 in Tuckey's Examples in algebra.

(Bell & Sons. 3s.). 8. GEOMETRY.+

The substance of Euclid, Bks. I to IV. 9. TRIGONOMETRY.

Elementary portions, as the substance of Lock's Treatise on elemen

tary trigonometry, ch. I to XII. (Macmillan. 4s. 6d.). 10. PHYSICS.

Elements of light, heat, sound, electricity, and magnetism.
Text-book recommended :

Wright, M. R. Elementary physics. (Longmans. 2s. 60.). NOTE. Candidates should make experiments such as may be found in Worthington's First course of physical laboratory practice, (Longmans. 4s. 6d.), or in Gregory's Elementary practical physics

(Macmillan. 2s. 6d.). 11. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. Laws of gases.

Specific gravity and the modes of determining it. Barometer. Thermometer. Specific heat. Latent heat.

The elementary chemistry of the more commonly occurring elements and their compounds, based upon Remsen's Elements of chemistry, with the exception of ch. XXV and XXVI. N.B.- An intelligent knowledge of chemical principles will be re.

quired as far as they are explained in the above named text-book 12. PHYSIOLOGY.

Text-book recommended :

Foster and Shore. Physiology for beginners. (Macmillan.

2s. 6d.). Candidates will be required to show a practical acquaintance with the position, appearance, and structure of the most important tissues and organs of the vertebrate body, and may be called upon

to perform some easy exercise in dissection. 13. BOTANY.

Examination of typical species, deviations from the respective
types, and important structural peculiarities of the following
natural orders: Ranunculaceae, Cruciferae, Geraniaceae, Malvaceae
Leguminosae, Proteaceae, Myrtaceae, Compositae, Goodeniaceae
Primulaceae, Labiatae, Scrophulariaceae, Orchideae, Amaryllideae
and Liliaceae.
Text-books reconimended :

Groom, P. Elementary botany. (Bell and Sons. 3s. 6d.).
Tate, R. Flora of South Australia. (S.A. Education Dept

28. 6d. and 5s, net). + The examination papers in mathematics will

be set in general accordance with the recommendations contained in Teaching of elementary mathematics ; report of the Committee appointed by the Mathematical Association. (Bell and Sons. 6d. net.).

mans.

Questions relating to obscure characters, or those not readily determined without the aid of a microscope, will not be set. Teachers are referred to Dendy and Lucas's Introduction to botany

for such natural orders as are not found in Groom's book. 14. PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY.

Physical Geography.
Text-book recommended :
Thornton, J. Elementary physiography, ch. VI to XV. (Long

2s. 6d.).
Geology.

Questions will be contined to the undermentioned topics :

Common rocks, their composition and modes of origin.
Disintegration and denudation.
Rock-building (sedimentary).
Rock structures and earth movements, including joints, cleavage,

elevation and depression of the land, dip, strike, foldings,

faults, &c.
Springs and underground drainage. Saline basins.
Metamorphism; volcanic phenomena; earthquakes.
Origin of landscape.
Economic geology.
Text-book recommended :

Watts, Il'. W. Geology for beginners, ch. 1-IX, XI-XII, XV,

anıl XXII-XXIII. (Macmillan. 23. 6d.). 15. DRAWING,

Candidates must pass in a and b, or in a, c and d.
(a) Intermediate Perspective.
(6) Second Grade Plane Geometry.
(c) Second Grade Freehand.

(d) Second Grade Model. For the present the University will not examine in these subjects, but will accept the certificates of the Board of Governors of the Public Library, Museum, and Art Gallery of South Australia.

SCALE OF MARKS FOR CREDIT LIST AND PRIZES. English Literature 200 | Trigonometry

200 English History 200 | Physics

200 Greek 400 | Chemistry

200 Latin 400 | Physiology

200 French 300 Botany

200 German

300 Physical Geography and Geology 200 Arithmetic aud Algebra

300 | * Drawing Geometry

3001 * This subject does not count for prizes.

HIGHER PUBLIC EXAMINATION.

REGULATIONS. I. A Higher Public Examination will be held annually, in or about

the first week in December. II. Candidates may be examined in any five but not more of the

following subjects at one examination :

(1.) English Literature.
(2.) History.
(3.) Greek.
(4.) Latin.
(5.) French.
(6.) German.
(7.) Pure Mathematics.
(8.) Applied Mathematics.

(9.) Physics.
(10.) Inorganic Chemistry.
(11.) Biology, with either Physiology or Botany.

(12.) Physical Geography and Geology. III. The following fees shall be paid by each candidate on entering

bis name for the examination :-
For candidates who have

entered for the Senior Public
Examination in the current
or any previous year

0 2 6 for each subject.
Other candidates

0 10 0 In no case will the fee be returned, but if, not less than seven days before the examination, a Candidate shall notify to the Secretary of the Public Examinations Board his intention to withdraw, the fee shall stand to his credit for a

future examination. IV. Candidates must on or before the 20th October, give notice of

their intention to present themselves for examination, and such notice must be given on a form which may be obtained from the Registrar, or in the case of Local Centres, from the

Local Secretary. IVA. Candidates who fail to give notice by the prescribed date may

be permitted by the Board to present themselves on payment

of an extra fee of 58. V. (a) A list of the successful candidates in each subject shall be

published. (6) Lists of candidates who have distinguished themselves in

the separate subjects shall also be published. (C) Certificates shall be issued to candidates who pass in one or

more subjects.

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