Lake St 259, North Perth








Mrs Mary Turnbull (nee Hall?) (deceased 1910) and Mr. Alexander Dobson Turnbull of Messrs. D. and W. Murray, Ltd., Perth
Mrs Mary Turnbull Jun 1910 death notice
Mrs Mary Turnbull funeral notice
Mr. Alexander Dobson Turnbull moved to 253 Hay Street and remarried
Mr. Alexander Dobson Turnbull Death record:
Age: 84
Father: Alexander D.
Mother: Mary
Registration District: Perth
Registration Number: 661
Year: 1962

Alexander Hall
(as Alexr Hall) Perth Street Directory 1910 pg 300

Charles E. Hall and Mary Kathleen Hall nee Carter
Mary Kathleen funeral notice Mon 14 Nov 1949:
Marriage Record:
Registration District: Perth
Registration Number: 399
Registration Year: 1910

HALL (John Alexander): Passed away at his residence, 259 Lake-street, Perth, on November 6, 1949, husband of Ethel May and father of Donald, dearly loved brother of Helen and Charles, fond brother-in-law of Mollie and uncle of Jack, Jim and Macs, aged 72 years.

Miss Helen Hall - Perth Street Directory 1947 pg 48: (page 47 for context)

25 May 1917 WOOLFORD (nee Clara Ford). On May 10, at 259 Lake Street, to Mr. And Mrs. R. Woolford late of S.A.-a son (Malcolm Kenyon).

1908 - Hall, Alexr
1909 - pg 323 Hall Alexr
1910 street dir - pg 300 Hall Alexr
1911 missing
1912 - Hall, Alexr -
1913 - Hall, Mrs M. pg 351
1915 - Hall, Mrs M. street dir pg 347
1916 - Waters, Wm H pg 216 ( for context pg 215)
1918 - Denning, Fredk W pg 220
1920 - Boxhorne, Louis pg 225
1924 - Hall, Mrs H. pg 230
1925 - Hael, Miss Helen pg 232 (section begins pg 231)
1930 - Hall, Miss Helen
1949 - Hall, Miss Helen

Social History




Research Links

Mr. John A. Hall

Mr. John A. Hall, Acting Surveyor General broke his leg after being elected president of the Civil Service Club (residing at 259 Lake St) 28 Aug 1937.

Wedding of Mr. John A. Hall and Miss May Hughes of Pingelly. Mentions that he was the Lands Inspector in that district. 17 Dec 1914

A 1905 report by Mr. John A. Hall of the Lands Department, on the Katanning Agricultural Area


WANTED, stylish Dressmaker by the day. Apply after 11 am., 259 Lake-st., off Bulwer-st.

Auction held here on Friday, February 22, 1918.

LOST, on Tuesday, 15th, between Glendower and Brisbane sts., Brooch, one ruby missing. Reward. 259 Lake-st.

Robert Washington Harper, the co-creator of a newspaper, "The Inlander," resided here Jan 1909. The Sunday Times called it a "turgid tripe-wrap, comprising a large quantity of ads, and a few pages of second-hand information," and accused it of shady business practices. -
At least one advertiser was taken to court after refusing to pay when the advertising turned out to cost much more than the advertiser thought it would-
Harper harassing a witness
09 Dec 1909: Harper loses appeal Thu
11 Dec 1909: When Harper lost the appeal, he apparently fled the country:
A depiction of Harper:

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