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Ballarat Clarendon College Ballarat, Victoria

Reverend William Henderson opened Ballarat College on Wednesday 6 July 1864 when two seven-year-old cousins presented themselves at his church, St Andrew's Presbyterian. On the following Monday morning they were joined by three other boys to become the first students of the school.

Elizabeth Kennedy, the wife of another Presbyterian minister, came to Ballarat to live and in 1876 she began a cottage school for her children and the daughters of family friends. This was the beginning of what became known as Mrs Kennedy's School for Girls, later to become Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies College.

In 1974 Ballarat College and Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies College formally joined together to become Ballarat & Clarendon College, now associated with the Uniting Church in Australia.

The school history has been documented in two publications by Phil Roberts on 2004 and 2014 respectively - Golden heritage: history of ballarat and Clarendon 1864 - 2004 and a companion volume Ballarat Clarendon College: One hundred and fifty years. These books are available for sale from the school.

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1425 Sturt Street Ballarat Victoria 3350 (map)
phone
+61 03 5330 8200

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By appointment.

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Location

1425 Sturt Street Ballarat Victoria

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The collection documents the history and development of the school for present and future generations. It comprises both school records and museum items.

Greg McLean 22 February 2017 7:18 PM

Hi, I have received my great grandfather's (Robert Cameron) medal (9ct gold) for wining the 2nd Ballarat College Old Collegian Cup in 1891. Could you tell me more about the race/cup? Kind Regards Greg McLean

Ballarat Clarendon Administrator 28 February 2017 12:37 PM

Hi Greg, thank you for your enquiry. Athletic Sports carnivals were held annually at Ballarat College, often at the same time as old collegians annual reunions and always with some races exclusively for 'old boys'. From 1884 College Cups were donated by the Old Collegians Association for the outstanding athlete amongst present boys and past boys. Handicap races were run over 120, 250 and 440 yards to obtain the results. In the first year Thomas Thompson won the old boys cup. Robert Cameron entered Ballarat College in 1885. We cannot confirm his year of leaving but going by his age (Birth: 13.10.1871) we expect he would have left before 1891 so that would put him in the old boys category. Our school archive holds examples of Old Collegians Cups from this era. They were extremely ornate as you will see from examples catalogued to Victorian Collections. However we do not hold personal medals relating to the cups themselves. If you were able to forward a photograph of the medal's inscriptions I would be most grateful.

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494 items

494 items

Autograph book

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Black cloth-covered commercial autograph book with coloured pages

Historical information

This autograph record was compiled by Darren Pittard who boarded at Ballarat College as a junior 1948-49. Most entries originate from 1948-49 but the book also has entries from later years.

Inscriptions & Markings

Signatures and handwritten inscriptions through book

Trophy - Intermediate Athletic Champion

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Small silver cup with double handles with silver stem and melamine base; engraving on face of cup.

Historical information

Delia Faye Cowie boarded at Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies College 1956 - 1960. She was Vice House Captain of Cairns in her final year. A keen sportswoman Faye won this trophy at the Annual Athletics Day. Faye gained her Intermediate School certificate in 7 subjects and studied nursing after leaving the school. Faye also won 1960 Senior Championship and 1956 Junior Championship.

Inscriptions & Markings

Engraved on face: C. P. L. C. / INTERMEDIATE ATHLETICS CHAMPION / 1958 / Faye Cowie

Cigarette box

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Carved wooden box with hinged lid. Initials M.V.L scored on base. School emblem and colours across lid.

Historical information

Cigarette box presented to teacher Herb Godbehear, Master Emeritus - Staff Member 1929-70. Science and mathematics teacher, Deputy Principal 1958 - 1970 and sometimes Acting Headmaster. Herb married Old Collegian Mollie Miller who entered CPLC 1920.

Inscriptions & Markings

Initials M.V.L scored on base. School emblem and colours across lid.

Trophy

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Ornate silver candlestick stand; four claw legs, reindeer at centre of stand; two lidded candlestick holders (one with glass candle holder insert).

Historical information

Ballarat Clarendon College Annual Report 1990: Silver inkstand donated as a perpetual trophy for the most improved swimmer at College; donated by Mrs Doss Mooney (CPLC 1936) in memory of her father J W Clegg.

Inscriptions & Markings

Engraved on face of stand: B.S.C. / Won by / J.W.Clegg / 1904

Book

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Four books cloth bound; various sizes

Historical information

Books presented to the new Weatherly Library at Ballarat College in 1971 by Mrs Gladys Dalziel MacKenzie.The new Weatherly Library was opened in 1971 and its collection continued to be augmented by donation or bequest. Mrs Mackenzie Gladys Dalziel Weatherly was married to Eng-Cdr Harold Ponsonby Mackenzie, former Ballarat College school council member 1925-1946.. Her son, Alastair J Mackenzie was a member of the Ballarat College Council 1957-73 & Ballarat Clarendon College Council 1974-80. Alastair was significantly involved in the purchase of 1415 Sturt Street. This property was extensively renovated and opened as the Elsie Morison Creative Arts Centre in 1985.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate on flyleaf: Ballarat College Library / PRESENTED BY / G D MacKenzie / June 1971.....

Badge - Ballarat Clarendon College Year 12 badge

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Gold-plated badge with rectangluar name plate in black with gold lettering and schhol coloured crest hanging from name-p;ate

Historical information

Lapel badge given to all Tear 12 students at start of year. Instituted late 1990s.

Inscriptions & Markings

Name plate: YEAR 12

Photograph - c1895 Ballarat College Cricket Team

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Sepia-toned photograph, oversize

Book - Freedom's sword: a tale of the days of Wallace & Bruce

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Green hardback, clothbound book of 288 pages including 8 orioginal illustrations by O.J.Staniland. Front cover has embossed title and illustration.

Historical information

This prize was awarded to Clara May McKay who entered Clarendon Ladies College in 1894.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside front cover: 'Clarendon Ladies Colle / BALLARAT / First PRIZE / Geography - Class IVc / AWARDED TO / Clara May McKay / R. KENNEDY Principal / December 1894'

Trophy

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Small silver cup with two handles and lid on melamine stand; silver coloured plaque on stand

Historical information

Annual trophy awarded to the winning Year 7 & 8 team in the Royal South Street Society MARS debating challenge.

Inscriptions & Markings

On plaque: ROYAL SOUTH STREET SOCIETY / MARS DEBATING CHALLEGNGE / 2007 WINNING TEAM / Years 7 & 8

Book - Various

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Four books various size and covers

Historical information

Presented to school by J Coltman, Possibly old collegian John Coltman, Dux of School 1919, School Captain 1920, andcCaptain football, rowing, athletics

Significance

Example of ongoing commmunity support of the school.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate on flyleaf: Crest / Ballarat & Clarendon College / Library / Presented by / J Coltman...

Book set

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Set of 7 books with Ballarat College crest embossed in gold on front cover as well as a boxed set of three titles with ballarat Crest embossed in gold on box cover.

Historical information

School book prizes awarded to Harold Oscar Nevett (1902). Harold Oscar was born in Ballarat 3rd January 1885, the son of Oscar Horatio Arthur and Elizabeth (Dowling) Nevett. He entered Ballarat College 1894 after attending Ellerslie College III Class. Harold Oscar was Dux of the College in 1900. He went on the study Law at the University of Melbourne. He enlisted in England on 14th December 1915 and was awarded the Military Cross at Messines Ridge on 7 June 1917. After demobilisation in May 1919 he married Evelyn Kitson on 25 October in England. Harold Oscar died on 11 June 1940. Harold's brothers Arthur Hereword, Horace William and Ralph Dowling all attended Ballarat College also.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside 1/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / Logic / VI Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1901 Book plate inside 2/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / History / V Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1900 Book plate inside 3/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / English Subjects / Third Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1896 Book plate inside 4/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / Mathematics / IV Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1898 Book plate inside 5/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / French / V Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1900 Book plate inside 6/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / English / Fifth Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1899 Book plate inside 7/8 front cover: Ballarat College crest / Languages / Upper II Form / 2nd prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1896 Book plate inside 8/8 front cover of first book in set: Ballarat College crest / Latin / V Form / 1st prize / Awarded to / O Nevett / Christmas 1900

Book - Of sheep and men: a story of the flocks, the founders and descendants of Victoria's Western Plains over a period of almost 200 years in Australia's history

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Small hardback book

Historical information

Claud Notman served on the Ballarat College council 1958 - 1973. An old Geelong College collegian he wrote several books relating to the history of Skipton. This book indexes the families or individual associated with Ballarat College from its earliest beginnings.

Inscriptions & Markings

Handwritten on endpage: From Skips Bookshelves / 30/3/1992 / to the young folks of the future Handwritten on inside flyleaf: Claud Notman / 10/10/81 Handwritten on title page: For, the boys of today, / to learn of the, hard times / of years ago / Skipper / 24/4/1993 / Boys note

Book - Origin and history of the Holgate family

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Spiral bound A4 book; coloured illustrations, maps and graphs; 61p.

Historical information

Family history referencing old collegians George Holgate (1891), Stephen Holgate (1895), Harry (1896), Edward (1906), Robert (1908) and Thomas (1911).

Book - The Bentley ballads: comprising the Tipperary Hall ballads

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Blue calf-bound book with gold plate work on spine and borders of cover. Ballarat College school crest and motto inscribed on front cover. Six compartments on spine decorated with gold patterns; title inscribed in second compartment. Marbled leaf edges and end papers. .

Historical information

Book prize given to John Tanner (1887), Christmas 1885. First prize for History in the Fifth form.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside front cover: Ballarat College crest and motto / History / Fifth form / First Prize / Awarded to / J Tanner / Christmas 1885

Book - The book of noble English women

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Full calf binding with raised bands and Ballarat College crest and borders embossed in gold on cover and spine; marbel endpages; page edges have gold leaf; bookplate fixed inside front cover

Historical information

Prize awarded to Linda Whittle (DoB 26/5/1972; entered Ballarat College Girls' School 1887), for excellence in arithmetic; daughter of James Whittle, Chemist, 131 Sturt St, sister of Letitia(Kate), Louis Clarendon, Henry John, Samuel Unsworth, Arthur Walter; sisters Elsie Eleanor and Lilian May possibly attended Clarendon Ladies College. Letitia and Annie attended Ballarat College Girls School (names are embroidered on tablecloth) ; Linda died of tuberculosis, aged 23 and is buried in Geelong Cemetery. The school holds extensive family history records.

Inscriptions & Markings

Bookplate: Ballarat College crest / Arithmetic / Sixth Form / First Prize / Awarded to / Linda Whittle / Christmas [date obliterated]

Blazer pocket

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Brown wool blazer pocket with embroidered Clarendon PLC crest, Hockey 1955 and House Captain 1955; navy blue ribbon sewn to top of pocket.

Historical information

Beverley Wheeler entered the school in 1942; Bev was Walker House Captain in 1955 and a member of the 1955 Hockey Team. she received sports colours and was also a probationer.

Match box cover

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Metal match box cover with Ballarat College emblem fixed to top face

Historical information

Property of John S Coltman. John Coltman attended Ballarat College attended Ballarat College 1913 – 1920. A very high achiever John was Dux of College 1919 School Captain 1920 Captain of Cricket 1920, Captain of Tennis 1918 – 1920 Captain of Athletics and Football 1919 – 1920 Stroke, Rowing Firsts, 1919-1920. He maintained a long association with the school through participation in the Old Collegians Association. The match box may have been an Old Collegian's memento. John married Elvie (Price) Coltman. Elvie entered Clarendon Ladies College 1919, her childhood home ‘Dumbarton’ 1425 Sturt Street was purchased by the school and is part of the Girls Boarding House.

Inscriptions & Markings

Ballarat College emblem fixed to top face

Book - Memoirs of the court of England

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Red cloth bound book with gold lettering on cover; black library binding around spine. call number fixed to base of spine and white lettering.

Historical information

Donated to the Ballarat College Weatherly Library in 1952 by former student William (Bill) Jeffrey Bainbridge Elliot House | Head prefect | School Captain 1948 | Magazine editor

Inscriptions & Markings

Inside front cover: Crest / Ballarat College / Library / PRESENTED BY / W Bainbridge 1952 etc

Trophy - Old Collegians Cup 1927

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Medium silver rose bowl with flower support wire on painted wood stand

Historical information

Awared to Lachlan (Lockie) McLennan who attended Ballarat College 1917-1921; Son of Mrs A McLennan cnr Dana & Errard St Ballarat Lachlan married Marjorie (Thomson) ex Clarendon boarder. The Old Collegians Cup was an athletic award and highly prestigious. For more information about the Old Collegians Cup see Ring-A-Roo December 1993.

Significance

A prestigious award given to athletic champions and indication of the significant place of athletics within the school program in the late 1800's.

Inscriptions & Markings

Plaque on stand inscribed: Ballarat College / OLD COLLEGIANS CUP / Won by / L McLennan / 22-10-27

Framed artefact

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Framed wool football jumper in mount under glass

Historical information

Jumper belonging to old collegian John Birt (1954); John played in the 1954 Football Premiership team

Inscriptions & Markings

Plaque on mount: Ballarat College / Premiership Jumper / 1954

Book - Lamb's essays

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Dark blue calf bound book with school crest embossed on front cover; gold embossed title and decoration on front cover and spine; binding generally firm; some soiling and edge wear; gilt page edging and marbled end-pages; book plate inside front cover.

Historical information

Book prize awarded to Minnie Monteith for second class honours in her sixth form year. Minnie went on to obtain Dux of the school in the following year.

Significance

Minnie was both Dux of the school and Head Prefect in her final year at CPLC. This book is signed by Principal Elspeth Carson who lead the inaugural year of Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies College (previously Clarendon Ladies College).

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside front cover: Schhol crest / Clarendon Presbyterian / Ladies' College / Ballarat / Form VIa / Prize 2nd in form / Second class honours / Awarded to / Minnie Monteith / E Carson / Principal / December 1920

Trophy

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Small, plain, double-handled cup on wooden stand

Historical information

Donated in October 2003 by Sylvia (Selkirk) Davidson; Archives also holds Sylvia's 1924 Junior Championship cup. Sylvia (BD) attended CPLC 1922-1928.

Inscriptions & Markings

Inscribed on face of cup: CLARENDON PLC / SENR CHAMP / 1927 / SYLVIA SELKIRK

Book - The school across the road

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Historical information

John Anning MacLeod John was born in Ballarat as the second generation of Ballarat MacLeod’s, with his grandfather arriving in Geelong on the Hornet in 1857 as an 11 year old child with his 60 year old father John and mother Mary aged 37 years and 5 brothers and one sister. He grew up on the corner of Drummond Street and Mair Streets, opposite what became St John of God hospital, at his parents house of Dunvegan. John entered Ballarat College as a junior student in 1923. He received 3rd in Form prizes in both 1924 and 1925. His sister Margaret, attended Clarendon Ladies College. The household employed a chauffeur, a cook, a gardener and a ladies maid to care for them. In the 1930’s his father lost his fortune in the collapse of the jute future’s market so the staff were dismissed and he left Ballarat to go to Geelong College as a boarder. He was an officer in the Geelong College cadet corps and joined the Army as a private and rose to the permanent rank of Major after meritorious performance in the intelligence area of operations. He served in North Africa, in Palestine, Egypt, Moratai, the Philippines, Java and New Guinea. He was awarded his Military MBE by King George VI for exceptional devotion to duty and for brilliant coordination work amongst the allied intelligence team. During the war he met Mary Monica Carrol Bateman, a lietenant in the 2/4th Army General Hospital at a dinner party in Brisbane. The couple had four children, Hamish John Torquil born in 1945, Rory Hugh Alexander born in 1947 and twins Ian Donald and Katriona Margaret born in 1948. After the Second World War he worked for Lumley’s Insurance Brokers in London for a couple of years to follow up his accountancy training and then returned to Ballarat due to his father’s failing health and took over the management of John MacLeod and Co, Wholesale grocers and Merchants in Lydiard Street, Ballarat. The business had been started by his great grandfather and they produced the famous Sirdar brand of products and a special tea blend called Afternoon Cup. There was a spice mill in nearby Market Street and there they roasted peanuts, coffee and ground spices for packaging and distribution to the small corner shops who were the mainstay of commercial grocery. In the 1950’s John MacLeod and Co merged with James McKay and Sons to form McKay MacLeod Pty Ltd., wholesale tobacco, wine and spirits and grocery merchants who also manufactured the Sunny South brand of sweet mustard pickles, brewed vinegar and tomato sauce. He introduced the semi-automated system for extensions and financial records on the Bradma plates that saved staff the problems of sorting out the calculations for sales tax, miscellaneous charges etc. that greatly sped up the transactions at the checkout points. A new warehouse and office complex was built in Mair Street east up near Humffray Street, with the manufacturing factory on the opposite side of the street. They had a shop in St Arnaud and one in Geelong which was the local wholesaler for supplying to the corner shops of the greater Geelong area. With the development of supermarkets the demise of the corner store began and so the sales profiles began to diminish. He unsuccessfully stood for Liberal Party pre-selection for the seat of Ballarat in 1948 and served on the Liberal state finance and executive team for many years before resigning over the issue of conscripts being sent to Vietnam. He was instrumental in leading a group of Ballarat academics in opposition to the Vietnam war and publicly resigned from the Liberal Party over their foreign policy. John MacLeod saw the writing on the wall of the business in the early 1970’s and suggested that the firm restructured with focusing on tobacco, wine and spirits. His partners did not agree and so he sold out and retired to Barwon Heads. After a few years of golfing and surfing he became frustrated and joined SCORE, the Service Corp of Retired Executives. In this role he worked for ten years in the Geelong area solving accounting problems for Geelong small businesses and so helped Beaumont’s bakery back onto its feet. He worked gentlemen’s hours of 10 am to 3 pm which allowed him to have time for a round of 9 holes on the golf course at the end of the day and to have a surf before breakfast. He fully retired at the age of 65 and had ten years of voluminous reading of local library books before dying of burns at the age of 75. His war record has been documented in other archives at the College. He was a member of the Naval and Military Club and of the Barwon Heads Golf Club. He had good crafting skills and built a series of steam driven boats for his four children that used to be sailed at home on Lake Wendouree, Lake Learmonth and on the sheltered waters of the Barwon River. The boats are now being restored to operational order to be sailed by his great grandson Grayson Girardi.

Lapel pin - Clarendon College lapel pin

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Silver lapel pin with crest featuring uninscribed motto scroll and shield with lamp at top and open book and star on textured face

Historical information

Very early representation of Clarendon College crest. According ot the Argus Thursday 4 October 1934 the crest of Clarendon College was arranged by the Rev Robert kennedy and Mrs Kennedy who founded the school in 1876. the lamp of knowledge stand on a shield which contains a book and star. the book is the open Bible and the star a symbol intended to guide to way in the search for truth.

Significance

Unique item

Trophy - Junior Championship

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Silver sweet dish on silver stand with engraving on base

Historical information

Donated in October 2003 by Sylvia (Selkirk) Davidson; Archives also holds Sylvia's 1927 Senior Championship cup. Sylvia attended CPLC 1922-1928

Inscriptions & Markings

Engraved on base: C.P.L.C. SPORTS / 1924 / JNR. CHAMPIONSHIP / S.S.

Book - Scotland, Ballarat, Buninyong, Dean, Geelong, Horsham, Maclean and the Anderson, Brown, Charlton connection

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

A4 bound document with black spiral binding and clear plastic covers; includes colour and black/white images

Historical information

This document records biographicla and historial data pertinent to the life of one of Ballarat College's first students, James Campbell Brown who entered the school on Wednesday 6 July 1864 as a seven year old.

Book - The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Bound in brown calf with college crest embossed on front cover. Six raised bands on spine with gilt lettering on all but second compartment. Second compartment contains green calf with gilt lettering. Marble end papers, red/gilt edges, slight foxing on pages, slight detached spine, 758 p.

Historical information

This book was awarded to William Kerr Paterson for English Subjects as first prize in the fifth form in 1894. William enrolled in Ballarat College in 1891 (D.O.B. 5/11/1876). In the original register it lists parent/guardian as John Paterson, contractor, residing at 12 Errard Street South. It also states that previous school was SS.33, [subsequently known as Dana Street P.S]. William's brother David McMurtrie enrolled in the college in 1886 at the age of 14.

Significance

Presbyterian educators placed great value on a classical education matched with diligence in study. Book prizes were highly regarded and academic success admired. In the school’s early years prizes were ordered direct from London and had the school crest embossed in gold on the front or back cover. Many of the prizes given in early years were returned to the school to equip the Weatherly Library when it opened in 1936.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside front cover: College crest/ English Subjects/ Fifth Form./ First Prize./ Awarded to/ William Paterson/ Christmas, 1894

Book - England under Victoria

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Bound in red cloth with gilt and black illustrations on front cover and spine. Pages gilt edged, black and white and color illustrations throughout. Detached spine and pages, foxing on pages. Donation label and Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies' College stamp on second page, (see acquisition notes). 648 p.

Historical information

This book was awarded to Lucie Mary Marshall in 1890 as first prize in Botany. Lucie enrolled at Clarendon Ladies' College in 1882 at the age of 8. In the original register father's name is listed as Samuel, and under parent/guardian address is listed: Mrs Williams 5 Dana St Mrs Wright Armstrong St L. Edwards Mair St. It also notes that Lucie married and became Mrs. Walt Davies residing in Warrnambool.

Significance

Presbyterian educators placed great value on a classical education matched with diligence in study. Book prizes were highly regarded and academic success admired. In the school’s early years prizes were ordered direct from London and had the school crest embossed in gold on the front or back cover. Many of the prizes given in early years were returned to the school to equip the Weatherly Library when it opened in 1936.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book plate inside front cover: Clarendon Ladies' College,/ BALLARAT./ First PRIZE./ Botany Class I./ AWARDED TO/ Lucie Mary Marshall./ R. KENNEDY,/ PRINCIPAL./ December 1890.

Trophy - Verse speaking cup

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Medium silver cup with double handles on melamine stand; engraving on face and verso of cup.

Historical information

During 1944 - 1952 the school had an elocution teacher on staff, Miss Marjorie James. In 1945 the Clarendon Junior Verse-Speaking Choir came second at the Royal South Street Eisteddfod. The Junior School has continued to represent the school at South Street in Choral Verse-Speaking.

Inscriptions & Markings

Engraved on face: C.P.L.C. / Verse speaking / won by Engraved on verso: 1944 Remove / 1945 V B / 1946 III B / 1948 V B / 1949 IV / 1950 IV / 1952 III A III B

Trophy - Annual Challenge in Girl’s Hockey

Ballarat Clarendon College, Ballarat

Ornate bowl on wood stand

Inscriptions & Markings

Inscribed on stand: H P Berry / Perpetual Trophy / Annual Challenge in Girl’s Hockey