Historical information

In 1902 Andrew Anderson was President of the Ballarat School of Mines. Part of his report states:
'As in former years many of the students have come long distances, from England, India, South Africa, new South Wales, Queensland, West Australia, South Australia and Tasmania'. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the year 1902.

Physical description

8 page booklet relating to the Ballarat School of Mines in the year 1901. It includes information on:
the deaths of Dr R. D. Pinnock, Mr Abraham James and Mr Robert M. Serjeant, Opening of new buildings as a mining laboratory by th Hon J. B. Burton, Minister of Mines - among the visitors was the Acting Prime Minister the Hon. Alfred Deakin and a statement of receipts and expenditure