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The Anglican Church of Australia. - in Western Australia
The population of Western Australia rose in 1857-1875 from 13,368 to 26,709, while the Anglican clergy increased from 8 to 17 and the number of churches from 14 to 28 with 9 new rectories. Although 59 per cent of the population claimed Anglican allegiance in 1875, more than three-quarters of clerical stipends was paid by the government. [1]
WHEN Forrest became Premier there were fewer than 50,000 people in Western Australia; today (1947) there are over half a million--and Perth is home to 272,000 people.
The reading by Governor Robinson, on October 20, 1890, of the Proclamation of the Royal assent to Responsible Government marked the close of the "Cinderella" period in Western Australia's history. [2]
Parishes and Anglican Communities - Diocese of Bunbury
State Library of Western Australia. - Search
090300PD: St. Alban's Church, Marradong and congregation, ca. 1916
090301PD: St. Agatha's Anglican Church, Quindanning and congregation, ca.1915
090304PD: St Nicholas' Church, Australind, ca. 1912
St Mary's Anglican Church, Busselton - Heritage Tree
Arthur River, WA - St Pauls Anglican also Arthur River - by mingor.net
274831PD: St. Paul's Church, Arthur River, 14 June 1960

St John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church - Dale
Holy Trinity Church, York, Western Australia, ca. 1920. - Wikipedia®
Western Australia, Historical Societies

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Montage of portraits of 36 Western Australian men - Flashback series
John Wanstead Burdett Wittenoom M.A. (1788-1855) - (1)
Matthew Blagden Hale DD (1811-1895) - (19) | 025419PD: 5 of Bishop Hale's children
(18) Mr. Joseph Hardey, who conducted the first Methodist service
(20) Bishop Salvado, who founded the Benedictine Mission
Charles Owen Leaver Riley OBE (1854-1929) (21)


  1. Mathew Blagden Hale
  2. The old-timer of buggy and penny farthing days would have difficulty in recognising Perth's Changed Face (1947, November 6). Western Mail
    (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved June 28, 2021

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