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3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
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She Studies Needs Of Native Women (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 27 August 1949 [Issue No.22,547] page 17 2019-11-13 00:38 of Caulfield. was in Melbourne
her headquarters In ' Port
A B.A. of Sydney 'Univer
position of -research officer for
She has found her Job of
CHE visits native villages to
."One of the main objects of
: "The men of the territory are
being educated to a- certain
standard, , but no country will
educated to .the slime standard
, as its men.
,. be broken down with women
'because their home ties are so
great,". - ) . -
Miss Cunningham says, -was a
bach.an Amerlcanbrought to
was to make . each- group
of natives literate. In their
known, languages . among ' the
different' tribes.
. Mt. Hagen area- was' chosefl
for- the experiment because It
Is very, thickly populated, most
of the people speaking Melpa.-
the .. psychological . principle
of association of Ideas — draw-
"As an experiment It was
of Caulfield, was in Melbourne
her headquarters In Port
A B.A. of Sydney Univer
position of research officer for
She has found her job of
SHE visits native villages to
"One of the main objects of
"The men of the territory are
being educated to a certain
standard, but no country will
educated to .the same standard
as its men.
be broken down with women
because their home ties are so
great."
Miss Cunningham says, was a
bach.an Amerlcan brought to
was to make each group
of natives literate in their
known, languages among the
different tribes.
Mt. Hagen area- was' chosen
for the experiment because It
Is very thickly populated, most
of the people speaking Melpa.
the psychological principle
of association of ideas — draw-
"As an experiment it was
To Study Natives (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1948 [Issue No.22,133] page 9 2019-11-13 00:31 Idueellenel rteeereh among
native wemen ef New Guinea
llei ahead of Mlaa Lealey Cun
ningham, ef Caultleld, who
will leave of the weeh-entl to
take up petition with head-
quarlctt at fort Meretby, I
Educational research among
native women of New Guinea
lies ahead of Miss Lesley Cun
ningham, of Caulfield, who
will leave of the weekend to
take up a position with head-
quarters at Port Moresby,
To Study Natives (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 29 April 1948 [Issue No.22,133] page 9 2019-11-13 00:28 MIm Cunningham will be
senior research aaslalant In the
monwealth appointment Ahe
)uia Accepted for two year.
Educated at PLC. Melbourne,
Ml Cunningham i a Bachelor
of Aria of Sydney University,
Bho did the flrat year of her
In 1044, and then transferred
Jeot. , ..
Bho waa In rosldenco ftt
Women's College, Bydney, and
edited It magar.inn. Bbe also
played crloket for Bydney Unl-
Vm1ss' Cunningham Is the
younger daughter of Dr, and
Kirs K. B. Cunningham, Her
father Is dlrootor of tho, Aus
Rosen rch.
Miss Cunningham will be
senior research assistant in the
monwealth appointment she
has accepted for two years.
Educated at PLC Melbourne,
Miss Cunningham is a Bachelor
of Arts of Sydney University,
She did the first year of her
In 1944, and then transferred
jects.
She was In residence at
Women's College, Sydney, and
edited Its magazine. Sbe also
played cricket for Sydney Unl-
versity. Cunningham is the
younger daughter of Dr. and
Mrs K. S. Cunningham, Her
father Is dlrector of the Aus
Research.
UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE. PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC. SEPTEMBER. COUNTRY CANDIDATES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 30 October 1908 [Issue No.16,734] page 9 2019-11-13 00:18 (1): Ella M. Tuck. Piauo-rGrado III.— Obtained
lienors (1): Irene Ulta-Moso. Passed (3): Dorriln
(1): Ella M. Tuck. Piano-Grade III.— Obtained
honors (1): Irene Ulta-Moso. Passed (3): Dorriln
News from Round and About. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 12 October 1905 [Issue No.41] page 4 2019-11-13 00:08 Pupils of the. Cobram nchoo! wore very
Pupils of the. Cobram schoo! wore very
Hero, There, and Everywhere. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 25 February 1915 [Issue No.8] page 4 2019-11-13 00:03 completed her courso at tlio Teachers
now relieving at Nicbolls' Point school,
at the Training school, Krrol-street,
much sought aftor, as only, the best of
and they are chosen by Dr. Smytno,
completed her course at the Teachers
now relieving at Nicholls' Point school,
at the Training school, Errol-street,
much sought after, as only, the best of
and they are chosen by Dr. Smythe,
Cobram Church of England Flower Show and Meadow Fete. AN ATTRACTIVE EVENT. TO BE CONTINUED NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 30 April 1908 [Issue No.18] page 4 2019-11-13 00:02 Alice Gregory and EUa Tuck equal
Beat "written Copy of '""'The Apostle's
Creed" <by child under 10)— Ella Juck l,
Snccial--Collection of 30 Post Cards— L.
Gcdye 1, EU» Tuck 2. . . ,
Alice Gregory and Ella Tuck equal
Beat "written Copy of ''The Apostle's
Creed" (by child under 10)— Ella Tuck 1,
Special--Collection of 30 Post Cards— L.
Gcdye 1, Ella Tuck 2. . . ,
Cobram Presbyterian Sunday School Anniversary. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 28 July 1910 [Issue No.30] page 4 2019-11-13 00:00 Miss Tuck's clues — Roy Morelaud 1, Muriel
Ross 2, Dorecii Admins 3.
Miss Tuck's class — Roy Morelaud 1, Muriel
Ross 2, Doreen Admins 3.
Here, There, and Everywhere. (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 7 November 1912 [Issue No.45] page 4 2019-11-12 23:58 Mr and Mrs 11. Tuck, uf Cobram, was
successful in pas-dug the University
exam i nation conducted at Mouroopnii
mi 18th October for the pianoforte,
Mr and Mrs H. Tuck, of Cobram, was
successful in passing the University
examination conducted at Mooroopna
on 18th October for the pianoforte,
Here, There, and Everywhere (Article), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 5 November 1908 [Issue No.44] page 4 2019-11-12 23:55 Aliss Ella Tuck, a pupil of Airs R,
Miss Ella Tuck, a pupil of Mrs R,

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