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Herbert Richard Sleeman

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Herbert Richard Sleeman (1872- )

1922 A.B.S.M., M.I.M.M.,M.A.M.M.E., Min. Engr., Gen. Man. and Attorney; b. 1872; s. of Richard Henry Sleeman, R.N. Ed.: Royal Naval Sch., London. Training: Ballarat Sch. of Mines; Associate as Min. Engr. (B.S.M. ); matriculated with honours London and Melbourne. Career: Occupied various positions as Mangr. of Gold Mines, 1899 to 1906, in South Africa, West Africa, Egypt, etc.; 1906 to present, in charge of Whim Well Copper Mine and other mines in West Australia, also some consulting work. Pubis.: Numbers of papers and articles for 'the technical press and the I.M.M. Clubs: Constitutional, Mining and Metallurgy, Perth (W.A.).

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