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Title: Philip Hawkes' Spearwood vineyard, 1914
Imprint: Perth : Western Mail, 1914
Notes: Originally published in the Western Mail, 17 July 1914, page 23. Digital copy taken from microfilm at State Library of WA in 2018.
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Summary: Philip Hawkes and Alex Trouchet ran a successful poultry farm at Spearwood in its earliest years, around 1901. Later Hawkes transitioned to vineyards and remained in the district as a property developer. The land was around Market Garden Swamp.
Subject: Market gardens -- Cockburn region (W.A.)
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Spearwood
Spearwood -- Vineyards
Philip Hawkes' Spearwood vineyard, 1914

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