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Joseph Herbert Eales (1864-1957) was born in Devon, moving to Melbourne in 1887, and in 1897 to WA, where worked with C.L. Oldham on the prize-winning Fremantle Markets. He redesigned the Esplanade Hotel in 1903, adding the turret. He also designed the Pearlers/Terminus Hotel, 1887, and additions to the Catholic girls school and Federal Hotel. For the Anglicans he designed St Paul's Beaconsfield. Eales & Cohen designed the Swan Hotel, 1923.
St Paul's Beaconsfield
Esplanade Hotel with Eales's turret
Pearlers/Terminus Hotel, Pakenham Street
Tram barn, 1 High Street
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