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A memorial stone commemorates the Labour Party`s win in the 1904 federal election.

In 1904, W. H. Carpenter, MHR, the first labour representative for the Fremantle district in Federal Parliament, laid a memorial stone to commemorate the Party`s win in the 1904 Federal elections.


Address:Collie & Packenham Streets, Former Trades Hall , Fremantle, 6160
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -32.057021
Long: 115.745711
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Government


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 23rd January, 1904
Left Side Inscription

Fremantle Trades Hall

The foundation stone of this building was laid on 26th March, A. D. 1901 by the Right Hon Sir John Forrest P.C., G.C.M.G., D.C.L., M.H.R. Federal Minister of Defence.

Labor Omnia Vinci

Joseph P. Allen C.E. Architect
Claude R. Spurr        Supervisor  Mount St. Fremantle

Right Side Inscription

This stone was laid by W. H. Carpenter M.H.R. 

First Labor representative for Fremantle Division in the Federal Parliament

January 23, 1904

Source: MA
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