Federation / Interwar, Domestic Carpenter Porch House w Arts and Crafts Influences
No. 13 (previously was no. 31) Hubble street is a single storey cottage constructed in timber framing, weatherboard and fibrous cement cladding with a hipped corrugated iron roof. The place has been adapted in the Inter-War period. The original verandah has been removed and replaced with a central porch. There are also additional windows. The front entrance has been relocated to northern side of the porch.
1910 “A BACKYARD AFFAIR” VENTILATED AT FREMANTLE. At the Fremantle Police Court this morning, Timothy Kelliher was charged with having, on September 30, In East Fremantle, used abusive language towards Amelia Anderson. Mr. J. P. Dwyer prosecuted, and Mr. Frank S. Unmack defended. Amelia Anderson stated that she resided at 31 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, with her husband, John Anderson. She first saw defendant on Friday morning last. , He came, on her front verandah. He made a complaint to the effect that witness's little boy had struck his little boy the previous day, and called him an opprobrious name. (reference)
1916 KILLED IN ACTION- Died of wounds in France on August 4, 1916, Private George McCreery, dearly-beloved second son of Mr. and Mrs. McCreery, and loving brother of Wilfred McCreery, 31 Hubble street, East Fremantle; beloved brother of Private Joseph McCreery, on active service; loved comrade of Private Frank Hopkins, on active service; and, most sincere friend of Miss Rose Clancy; aged 23 years 10 months. (reference)
1918 IN MEMORIAM. Died of wounds in France on August 4, 1916, Private George McCreery, dearly-beloved second son of Mr. and Mrs. McCreery, and loving brother of Wilfred McCreery, 31 Hubble-street, East Fremantle and beloved brother of Private Joseph McCreery (on active service). We miss and mourn you in silence unseen, And dwell in the memory of days that have been…Inserted by his sorrowing parents and brothers. (reference)
1931 DEATH On October 10 at her late residence, No. 31 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, Ellen Ann, the dearly beloved wife of Mr. William Ferguson Anderson, and fond mother of William; aged 63 years. Her end was peace. (reference)
1932 DEATH On July 16, at West Subiaco, Violet Rose, dearly beloved younger daughter of Violet and William Anderson, of 31 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, loving little sister of Joyce, Doris and Valmai; aged 3 years 10 months. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. (reference)
1909: Rosmanich, B.
1910 - 1915: Anderson, John
1916 - 1920: McCreery, Joseph
1921 - 1949: Anderson, William T.