Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Little is known about Junor's early life. In his autobiography Naught to Thirty-Three (1944), Randolph Bedford mentions Junor several times, noting that he was employed by Bill (William) Maloney as his parliamentary secretary while Maloney was a Member of the Legislative Assembly for West Melbourne in the 1890s. Later on, Junor lived in Sydney with his wife Minnie, where he was assistant secretary to the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science at Sydney University. Junor drowned after falling from a ferry into Sydney Harbour. Dead Men's Tales was published by George Robertson in 1898; a novel, Richard Brice: Adventurer, was published posthumously by R.A. Everett in 1902.