No 50 (previously know as No 90) Hubble Street is a single-story cottage constructed in limestone and brick with a hipped corrugated iron roof. It is a fine and simple expression of the Federation Bungalow style. It is asymmetrically planned with an offset entrance flanked by a window. The facade features a full-width bullnose verandah supported on timber posts. All openings have brick quoins.
1917 Dear Auntie Nell, I am having another try for your prize, and hope I will succeed. I have succeeded in finding the answers to the Metagram, which was very easy. Hoping you and the sick children are well. I remain, your loving niece, DOROTHY POW, 90 Hubble -street, East Fremantle. Aged 14 years 3 months. (reference)
1925 First prize is awarded to Mrs. Taylor, 90 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, for recipe for PICKLED EGGS. (reference)
1925 Recipe- Jellied Fowl -Put Into a saucepan the legs, wings, breast and backbone of the fowl, add about 3 cupfuls of water enough to cover it, pepper and salt, and one tiny onion with 2 or 3 cloves stuck into it...This is a very delicious meal,Mrs. H. Taylor, 90 Hubble Street, East Fremantle. (reference)
1939 ROAD DISTRICTS List - Joseph Porter, of Fremantle, Engine Driver, as Registered Proprietor: and Mrs. Margaret Porter, of 90 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, as Owner. (reference)
1909 - 1911: Simes, Frederick
1912 - 1913: Dart, John W.
1914 - 1915: Williams, Robert. D.
1916 - 1917: Pow, Edward
1918 - 1923: Caldwell, Maurice W.
1924: Varian, William
1925: Taylor, Harry Samuel
1927: Devon, Samuel
1928: Gibson, Ernest
1929: Pyatt, Reginald
1930 - 1932: Bowen, John D.
1933 - 1949: Creighton, J.