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Although some of Hawes' buildings are larger and more imposing Mullewa has the greatest number of Hawes' buildings of any town in the Central West.
There is the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the Holy Apostles St Peter and St Paul, the Priest House (now known as the Monsignor Hawes Priesthouse Museum) which stands nearby, the Mass Rock on the outskirts of town, and the headstone for Selby John Arnold in the town's Pioneer Cemetery. He arrived in the town in late 1920 and started building the church three years later.
It was here that Monsignor Hawes carved a simple altar in the rock and held mass for the local Aborigines.
This was not racism but a recognition that the Aborigines were unlikely to attend mass in the formal and very European surroundings of the church.
Bott survived until 18 September during which time he identified his attackers.
Inspections can be arranged by phoning (08) 9961 1166 Pioneer Cemetery About 1 km north of the town on the Mullewa-Carnarvon road is the Pioneer Cemetery.
Here is the only example of a Hawes' designed and constructed headstone.
The attackers were caught, taken to Perth and tried, found guilty, returned to the site of the murder and, watched by as many members of their tribe as the local authorities could find, were hung from a nearby gumtree.
The Church of our Lady of Mt Carmel and the Holy Apostles St Peter and St Paul The building which was mostly built by Hawes - he was architect, foreman and labourer - is an attempt to recreate a Romanesque church typical of the village churches in Italy and Spain.
The grave is on private ground and is marked by a single piece of stone on which is written 'In these graves lie James Rudd speared here at Butterabby 23 Sept 1864.