The Governor of Victoria, Sir Henry Winneke, opens the competitions and attends a celebratory centenary dinner at Craig’s Hotel.

Also in attendance is Miss Elsie Berry, a winner for Speech and Drama in 1903 who formally donates her gold medal to the Sovereign Hill Paul and Jessica Simon Gold Museum.

The Ballarat Courier and 3BA donate inscribed silver trays to winners as a special Centenary Gift, and Ballarat City Council donates a Centenary perpetual trophy for the School Music Section, which is won by the Ballarat and Clarendon College Orchestral Band.

A Souvenir history of South Street, The First One Hundred Years, is published and written by Mr E T Lewis.

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