Historical information

The Ballarat School of Mines Students' Magazine in 1905 was an unofficial journal edited by the students.

Physical description

Twenty-eight page booklet known as the Ballarat School of Mines Student's Magazine. Contents include: A jaunt to South Australia; Tests for the Assay Lab; Huntingdon-Heberlein Process; Slag Calculation; Electrical Laboratory; Hydrochoric Acod-Phenolph-thalein; Ballarat scientific Society; James W. Hawthorne; Maryborough Excursion; Prof Alexander Purdie; School Dirge; Compound Engines; Sister Institutions; Trafalgar, Acrobates Pymgaeus, Pigmy Flying Phalangerobituary for Alexander Purdie, Electric traction, Estimation of Fat in Milk by the Babcock Machine, first Ballarat School of Mines Annual Dinner; Crytallography

Images include; Electrical Laboratory; Professor Dawbarn; James W. Hawthorne; Ballarat Rowing Eight on Lake Wendouree (H. Valentine, W. Pearce, W. Figgis, L. Seward, C. McGennis, D. Don, R. Nevett, M. Gaunt, N. Buley).

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