Mr Rupert Noel BEALE (1889 - 1942)**
- Date of Birth: 24/12/1889
- Place of Birth: Summer Hill, New South Wales, Australia
- Date of Death: 28/09/1942
- Place of Death: Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
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|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||10 May 1941||28 Sep 1942||1yr(s) 4mth(s) 19day(s)|
|Member for South Coast||10 May 1941||28 Sep 1942||1yr(s) 4mth(s) 19day(s)|
33rd (1941 - 1944)
Political Party Activity
Qualifications, occupations and interests
Auctioneer and publican. Educated at a state secondary school; carpenter; employed as an auctioneer and salesman in brother's business, J.H Beale & Co., 1910 until 1911, and on own account as Rupert Beale & Co., mercantile broker, c1910 until 1915; in partnership with brother, A.B Beale, dairying near Aberdeen, 1915 until 1916; bankrupt in 1922, discharged in 1940; employed as a manager at Muswellbrook from 1921 until 1923; publican in Sydney and Newcastle from 1926 until 1935; manager of Beale and Still, real estate agents and financiers in 1934; managed Bellevue hotel, Tuncurry, 1935 until 1938; secretary of Brighton Hotel, Kiama from 1938; president of Aberdeen Primary Producers' Union; honorary secretary of New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association.
Local Government Activity
Alderman of Aberdeen, Kiama.
Son of James Henry Beale, builder, and his wife Margaret McPherson. Married Esther Green c.1916 and had issue, 1 daughter and 2 sons. Botany cemetery from St Andrews Church of England Cathedral. His son, Jack Gordon Beale, was also a Member of the Legislative Assembly.