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A hyperlink to an archived news article on the Miss Maud's website. On 13 May 2006 employees of Miss Maud's bakehouse, hotel, restaurant and pastry houses welcomed the Swedish Ship Götheborg as it stopped off at Fremantle Harbour on its journey from…

Plantagenet Wines have a winery near small rural Western Australian town of Mount Barker in the Shire of Plantagenet. They also have an office in the Perth suburb of Fremantle, where this photograph was taken. The banner depicts the company’s…

A view of Scots Presbyterian Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. The church was designed by Perth architect Sir J. J. Talbot Hobbs (1864-1938) and built by Petrie & Sons in 1890. It is a gothic style church constructed from limestone with…

A view of a flying buttress at the Basilica of St Patrick’s in Fremantle, Western Australia. Flying buttresses were one of the most notable developments of gothic architecture in the medieval period. By means of a flying buttress, weight from a…

An advertisement on page 15 of the Perth newspaper ‘Western Mail’ on September 8, 1899. The advert is for unsweetened milk made by Henri Nestle in the ‘highlands’ of Norway and sold by Preston and Co. in Fremantle, Western Australia. The…

In this article from The West Australian in 1937, the arrival of two clocks destined for London Court in Perth, Western Australia is announced. They were delivered to Fremantle by Mr H. Hope-Jones, managing director and founder of the Synchronome…

Undergraduate English Literature unit ‘Children’s Literature’ offered at the Fremantle campus of The University of Notre Dame (Australia). The unit features a number of texts that have aspects of medievalism, including those by…

In the second half of this article, an excerpt from the Geraldton Express discussing the Royal Commission into the penal system in Western Australia is reprinted. The Commission, it asserts, had already succeeded in awaking public opinion to the need…