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In the second half of this article, the author draws attention to the positive response with which a plan to establish a system of post office orders in the Western Australian colony had been met. After conceding that there were two or three members…

A photograph of the entrance to St. George's College. The residential college is opposite the University of Western Australia and was the first permanent residential college built at the present university site. The college was built by the Church of…

Taken from the West Australian, 15 June 1935, p. 2. Pertains to the aesthetics of the Perth City Skyline, which includes a number of Gothic architectural features, including a griffin, spires and a gargoyle.

An image of the Perth Town Hall.

Construction of the Perth Town Hall began in 1867, and the building was officially opened in 1870. Upon the order of Governor Hampton the Town Hall was built as part of a Public Works programme that utilised…

Images of neo-gothic features at the Anglican Chapel of St. Mary and St. George, including lancet arches, hood moulding and traceried windows.

About the Chapel of St. Mary and St. George:

The Chapel of St. Mary and St. George was constructed…

An image of the entrance to the Anglican Chapel of St. Mary and St. George, featuring its large traceried window, solid buttressing and twin towers.

About the Chapel of St. Mary and St. George:

The Chapel of St. Mary and St. George was…

An image of the exterior of the Anglican Chapel of St. Mary and St. George at Guildford Grammar School displaying its twin towers, its verticality, its lancet windows and the large traceried window above the entrance.

About the Chapel of St. Mary…

A close-up image of one of the neo-gothic lancet windows at St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral.

About St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral:

St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral is a neo-gothic cathedral located in Perth, WA. It was constructed…