Victorian Turkish Baths Picture of the Month for March 2012

Max Wilson's Turkish Baths:
11 Pier Street: Perth: Australia, c. 1925

Perth
< Image State Library of Western Australia 2011

There seems to have been two Turkish baths in Pier Street in the early 1900s so it is not known if the advertisement transcribed below refers to Max Wilson's establishment or not. The owner may have changed, or the street number may have changed. Any further information from anyone with access to the appropriate local directories would be much appreciated .

 

TURKISH BATHS. Modern equipped
hot rooms, shampooing and cooling
rooms; a necessary luxury for Perth &
Goldfields residents; hydropathic
packs, steam, sitz, vapour, electric &
mustard baths for rheumatism, sciatica,
lumbago, liver and kidney complaints
&c., hot and cold plunge baths; hours,
8am to 8pm; Sundays, 8 to 12. For
ladies and gentlemen. Lady attendant; T
Lovering, hydropathist & masseur, Pier St,
Perth (opp Savings Bank)
Telephone 1050.

Wise's Western Australian Post Office Directory (1904)

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