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05-July-2004 (Kent Watson)
05-July-2004 (Kent Watson)

Photographs supplied by Kent Watson / Father Ted Doncaster / Bryan Hardy

The Midland Town Hall clock commemorates those who enlisted from the district, and those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.

Three marble plaques are located in the entry porch to the clock tower area and four honour boards are displayed on either side of the stage in the auditorium.   Two of the marble plaques list the names of those who died in World War One, the names are inscribed in black and ornate carvings run down both sides of each of the plaques. The third plaque is long and rectangular in shape with inscriptions also in black.

The Memorial Clock erected in the dome of the Midland Junction Town Hall was unveiled by the Governor of Western Australia, Sir Francis Newdegate on the 18th November 1923. The Governor and Lady Newdegate were met by a guard of honour under Captain Hugo Throssell V.C.
The West Australian (Perth), 19th November 1923.


Address:Great Eastern Highway & Old Northern Highway, Midland, 6056
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -31.889528
Long: 116.001864
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event STart Date:04-August-1914
Actual Event End Date:28-June-1919


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 18th November, 1923
Front Inscription

Soldiers Memorial
1914     1918 


This memorial clock and these tablets erected by the citizens of Midland Junction

In honour of those who fell in the Great War.  
1914 - 1918. 

M. A. Wishart    President
R. F. Browne     Secretary
C. F. Secombe  Treasurer

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Unveiled Nov 18th 1923

Plaque :

In honour of Fallen
Great War 1914 - 18 

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Source: MA,WMR
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