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THE following is the list of candidates successful in the competition for the Whitworth Scholarships, 1887:—James Whitaker, 21, engineer student, Burnley, £200; John Calder, 20, mechanical engineer, Glasgow, £150; John Smith, 22, carpenter, Belfast, £150; Nicholas K. Turnbull, 21, mechanical engineer, Glasgow, £150; James C. Talbot, 23, engineer, Southampton, 150; Arthur F. Home, 25, mechanical engineer, Moreton-in-Marsh (formerly of Glasgow), £150; Edward J. Duff, 23, engineer, Glasgow, £150; Robert N. Blackburn, 20, engineer apprentice, Liverpool, £150; William Thomson, 20, engineer apprentice, Glasgow, £150; William W. F. Pullen, 20, engineer apprentice, Cardiff, £100; Edwin Griffith, 20, engineer apprentice, Glasgow, £100; Frederick C. Tipler, 23, assistant chemist, Crewe, £100; Thomas H. M. Bonell, 24, analytical chemist, Swindon, £100; Richard J. Redding, 22, metallurgist, Plumstead (Woolwich), and Arthur W. Sisson, 25, mechanical draughtsman, Lincoln (equal), £100 each; Arthur H. Abbott, 22, engineer, Great Yarmouth, £100; George Hough, 23, engineer, Wolverton, £100; Harry G. Christ, 19, engineer apprentice, London, £100; Harry D. Griffiths, 21, engineer apprentice, Cardiff, £100; Denholm Young, 24, engineer apprentice, Edinburgh, £100; Benjamin G. Oxford, 20, engineer apprentice, Liverpool, £100; Bernard H. Crookes, 21, engineer student, Liverpool, £100; George. J. Wells, 23, engineer, London, £100; John Eustice, 23, engine fitter, Camborne, £ 100; Augustus H. H. Bratt, 24, engineer, Plumstead (Woolwich), £lOO.

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