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(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Death Notice
(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Death Notice
GARDINER.?On February 7, 1923 at her late residence, 32 St. Leonard's-avenue, West Leederville, Martha May (Queenie), the dearly-beloved, wife of George Gardiner, and loved mother, of Dorothy, Marjorie and George, and daughter of Mrs. A. McColl, of 19 Fairfield-street, West Leederville, and sister of, Mrs. W Holmes of North Perth, and Mrs. B. Passmore, of Perth and daughter-in-law of J. S. Gardiner, of 389 Oxford-street, Leederville; aged 34 'years.
A patient Sufferer at rest.
Dearly loved by all.
GARDINER.-On February 7 , at West Leederville, Martha May (Queenie), dearly loved sister of Mrs. William Holmes, and sister-in-law of William of Vine-street, North Perth: loving aunt of Irene, William, Lionel and Norma (deceased).
Peacefully sleeping

Family Notices. (1925, February 9). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31278819 
 
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(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Death Notice
(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Death Notice
GARDINER.?On February 7, at her residence, 33 St. Leonard's-avenue, Leederville, Martha May (Queenie), dearly beloved daughter of Annie and Neil McColl, and loving sister of Sarah, Jack and Kate; aged 34 years.
Our darling loved one at rest.

Family Notices. (1925, February 11). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 15, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31279212 
 
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(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Funeral Notice
(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Funeral Notice
GARDINER.-The friends of Mr. George Gardiner, of 32 St. Leonard's-avenue, West Leederville, and of Messrs. W. Zimpel, Ltd., Perth are respectfully invited to follow the remains or his late dearly beloved wife, Martha. Mrs. A. McColl, of 19 Fairfield-street, Leederville to the place of Interment, the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his residence 32 St. Leonard's-avenue, West Leederville, at 3:45 o'clock TOMORROW (Monday) AFTERNOON. Friends wishing to attend the funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train from Perth, and Fremantle.
DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Directors; 844 Hay-street, Perth. Telephone A8232.

Family Notices. (1925, February 8). Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved June 15, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58262373 
 
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(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - In Memory
(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - In Memory
GARDINER, ? In loving memory of our darling wife and mother Martha May (Queenie), who passed peacefully away at West Leederville on February 7, 1925. Ever fondly remembered. Five years have passed since that sad day When the mother we loved was called away, . She silently suffered and patiently bore. Till God called her home to suffer no more. You, who have a mother. Love and cherish while you may, You do not know how much you'll miss her, Till from you she has gone away. Inserted by her loving husband and children. Dot, Marge, and George.
GARDINER. ? A tribute of love to the memory of my darling daughter, Martha May (Queenie), who passed peacefully away at her - residence, West Lecderville, on February 7, 1925. In memory a constant thought, In heart a silent sorrow. - Gone from me, but leaving memories time can never take away. Loved, remembered, longed, for always while upon this earth I stay. Inserted by her sorrowing mother, Annie McColl, Mount Hawthorn.
GARDINER. ? In loving memory of our dear sister, Queenie, who passed away February 7, When all it still and silent, and sleep forsakes our eyes. Our thoughts are in that silent grave, where our dear sister lies.; Inserted by her loving brother, Jack, and sister-in-law, Florrie.
GARDINER. - In loving memory, ot our dear sister, Martha May (Queenie), who departed this life it Perth on February 7, 1925. God's greatest gift, remembrance. The years may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never, The memory of those happy days, When we were all together. Inserted by her loving brother. Jack, and sister-in-law, Flo, Narembeen.
GARDINER. ? In ever loving memory of our dear sister, Martha May (Queenie), who passed away at Leederville on February 7, 1925. Peacefully sleeping. No one knows how much we loved her, No one knows our silent grief, Only God, who called her from us, And we pray in Heaven will meet. Inserted by her loving sister, Kate, brother in-law, Bert, and family.
GARDINER. ? In fond; and loving memory of my dear sister, Queenie (May) , who died on Feb ruary 7, 1925. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving sister, Sarah, and family.
GARDINER. ? In sad. but loving memory of our dear daughter-in-law and sister-in-law, Martha May (Queenie), who passed away at West Leederville on February 7, 1925. Sweet is the word remembrance, As these few lines will show, You will always be remembered, dear Queenie, As the year may come and go. Inserted by her loving father-in-law, mother in-law, sister-in-law and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardiner, Mary, Sid and Jack.
GARDINER. ? In fond remembrance of our dear sister-in-law, Martha May (Queenie), who passed away at West Leederville on February 7, 1925. Beautiful memories of one so dear, We cherish ever with, love sincere. Inserted by her loving siater-in-law and brother-in-law and little nephew, Doll, Charl and little Arthur.
GARDINER. ? In loving memory of dear Queenie, who passed away on February 7, 1925. In our hearts your memory fondly lingers. Inserted by her fond sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Cis and Tom, and niece and nephew, Win and Bert.
IN MEMORIAM.
GARDINER. ? In loving memory of our - dear sister-in-law and aunty, Martha May (Queenie), who passed away at West Leederville on February 7, 1925. God has you in His keeping, We have you in our thoughts. Inserted by her, loving sister-in-law and niece, Hilda and Maise Walsh.

Family Notices. (1930, February 7). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 23, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32381494 
 
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(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Obituary
(Queenie) Martha May (Harrington) Gardiner - Obituary
OBITUARY
THE LATE MRS. M. M GARDNER
The funeral of the late Mrs, Martha May (Queenie) Gardiner, wife of Mr. George Gardiner, of W. Zimpel, Ltd., Hay street, Perth, took place on Monday after noon last, the 9th inst. The cortege moved from her late residence, 32 St. Leonard's avenue, West Leederville, and proceeded to the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery, where, in the presence of a very large gathering of relatives, friends and representatives of W. Zimpel, Ltd., the remains were interred. Ihe chief mourners were: Mr. George Gardiner (husband), Dorothy and Marjorie (daughters), Master George Gardiner (son), Mrs. A. M'Coll (mother), Mrs. W. Holmes and Mrs. B. Passmore (sisters), Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gardiner (father-in-law and mother-in-law); Mesdames T. Madigan, V. Gartner, H. Walsh, E. Cunningham, C. Anning, F. Langridge, J. Barrett, J. Gardiner, junr., and Miss M. Gardiner (sisters-in-law), Messrs. T. Madigan, W. Holmes, B. Passmore, V. Gartner, C. Anning, F. Langridge, H. Gardiner, J. Gardiner, junr., J. Barrett and S. Gardiner (brothers-in-law), Mr. E. M. Wilson (uncle), Misses I. Holmes, W. Madigan and Mrs. W. Wilson (nieces), W. Holmes and E. Cunningham (nephews), Miss Ivy Wilson (cousin). The pall-bearers were: Messrs. J. O'Dwyer, C. Zimpel, F. Guilty, Geo. Arnott, A. Porter, J. Hughes, T. Hickey, and J. Cronin. Amongst those present were : Messrs. G. Slater, H. Cooper, G. Cooper, W. J. Stewart, A. Blyth, Garry O'Neill, H. G. Sugars, F. P. Gulley (representing Parents and Citizens' Association, West Leederville), J. Wells, J. Cody, F. Kelly, J. Walker, L. Stephens, L. Walker, G. Bristow, A. Thompson, A. J. Cunningham J. J. Williams, M. Doyle, C, Anderson, R. Wilson, E. Smith, J. Kelly, Master Kelly (little George's pal), G. Russell, J. Garton, G. Bradshaw, R. Evans, J M. O'Hara, K. B. Johnston, W. Hedley., E. Horrigan, L. Brazil, M. Hodgkinson, R. Goodier, S. M'Clements, L. Brazil, A. Murray, Son Johnson, P. Elkington, Mesdames H. Cooper, T. Hickey, G. O'Neill, Carrier, Hilton, Tidey, Crannage, Williams, Draine, Faull, H. Snashall, H. Hamilton, J. Kelly, Misses Peggy and Rene Esler, and many others. Wreaths and floral tributes were received from the following: Her loving husband and Dot, Marj and George, her loving father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gardiner, Sister Sarah, husband and family, Tom, Cis and Winnie, Kitty and Bert Passmoie, Brother Jack and wife, Hilda and Maisie, Ray and Vin, Mary, Sid and Jack, Jack, Florence and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilson and family, Dolly and Charlie, Ruby and Bert, Maggie, Frank and Ronnie, Ettie, Rene, Ted and Will, Clara and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Holland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harnett and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. J Hughes, Ettie and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hilton and Mrs. Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. Gartner, senr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Sugars, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tippett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moss and family Ruby and Sylvia, Mr. and Mrs. A. P Mills. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wallis, Mrs. A. Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Briggs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Pereival. Mrs. W. Zimpel and family. Mrs. and Miss Potter. Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams. Joyce and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hartle. Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. L. McKay and family, staff and pupils of West Leederville School, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bougher, Mr. and Mrs. T. Hickey and Dorothy. employees of W. Zimpel. Ltd., Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and Stanley, West Leederville Parents and Citizens' Association, Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan and family, Mr. and Mrs. J Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and family. Mrs. Appleby, Mrs. Menzel and boys, and many others. A large number of letters, telegrams and messages of sympathy were received from many friends. The Rev. T. Secombe officiated at the grave side, and the funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son.

Family Notices. (1925, February 13). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 1 Edition: THIRD EDITION. Retrieved June 15, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article84302830 
 
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1888 - Descent at Maria Dorothea Hillbrick's Funeral
1888 - Descent at Maria Dorothea Hillbrick's Funeral
Mrs. Hilbrick. a well-known and much respected lady who die last week, was interred on Sunday. The cortege which followed the remains to their last resting place in the Harkaway cemeterywas very long. The buria; service, which was all in German, was conducted by Dr. Wankie. Is it not a shade disrepectful to the English speaking friends of the deceased lady and her family that all should have been said on a to them, unknown language! I understand that the sectarian prejudices and bigotry on the part of the head of the Lutheran Church in Melbourne be accountable for this. I am informed that on of our most popular local preachers was asked to take part in the service in English, but that the Lutheran body to which Mrs. Hillbrick had been identified refused to officiate if such gentleman participated. Is not this a rather ?? exposition of "brotherly kindness" and "love one towards another" Surely party feeling and not Christ must be at the bottom of such conduct.

BERWICK. (1888, June 6). South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1872 - 1920), p. 2 Edition: WEEKLY.. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article70031271 
 
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1888 - Lutheran Church's reponse to article of June 6th.
1888 - Lutheran Church's reponse to article of June 6th.
MRS. HILLBRICK'S FUNERAL.
To the Editor of the S. B. and A. Journal.
Sir--My attention having been directed to a paragraph in your issue of the 6th inst., in regard to Mrs. Hillbrick's funeral, allow me to state you have been misinformed in the matter. So far from the English friends of. the family of the deceased lady who attended her funeral having been disrespectfully ignored, the Church of England Minister of Berwick was expressly requested to attend and perform part of the ceremony in English. He was unfortunately unable to attend. It is true that the suggested ministrations by the representative of the so-called "Disciples" were declined. But I need not defend the Lutheran Church or myself against the absurd accusation of bigotry in connection therewith. That sect's well known dealings with, and position towards, all the other Christian churches are defence enough. Thanking you for inserting this correction, I am, yours respectfully,
HERMANN HERLITZ.
Lutheran Parsonage, East Melbourne, 11th June.

MRS. HILLBRICK'S FUNERAL. (1888, June 13). South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic. : 1872 - 1920), p. 2 Edition: WEEKLY.. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article70031292 
 
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1912 - Isabel Davy Death Notice
1912 - Isabel Davy Death Notice
DAVY.--On January 21, 1912, suddenly, Isabel, dearly beloved daughter of John and Jessie Davy, aged 3 years.

Family Notices. (1912, January 22). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 9, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23862349 
 
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1912 - Isabel Davy Funeral Notice
1912 - Isabel Davy Funeral Notice
DAVY-The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davy, of 12 Cowle-street, West Perth, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late beloved daughter Isabel to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The funeral is appointed to leave their residence, 12 Cowle-street, West Perth, at 2.45 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the funeral may proceed by the 3.30 p.m. train leaving Perth.
C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. 1288

Family Notices. (1912, January 22). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 9, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23862349 
 
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1915 - Announcing Marriage of Harold William Hillbrick & Daisy May Fischer
1915 - Announcing Marriage of Harold William Hillbrick & Daisy May Fischer
Ladies Section - Perth Prattle

Matrimonial
The following marriages are arranged to take place at an early date:
Harold William Hillbrick, Perth, to Daisy May Fisher, Perth

THE LADIES' SECTION. (1915, September 12). Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), p. 9 Section: Second Section. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57794810 
 
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1915 - Charlotte Jane (Wyatt) remembered by Harold William Hillbrick
1915 - Charlotte Jane (Wyatt) remembered by Harold William Hillbrick
IN MEMORIAM
HILLBRICH.-In affectionate remembrance of my dear wife and mother, who departed this life on February 10, 1914.
Inserted by her affectionate husband and little daughter, Edith.

Family Notices. (1915, February 10). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28583449 
 
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1915 - Harold William Hillbrick places a public notice
1915 - Harold William Hillbrick places a public notice
PUBLIC NOTICE

In consequence of certain malicious rumors which have been circulated in the Fremantle district to my detriment, I, HAROLD WILLIAM HILLBRICK, of CANNING-ROAD, PALMYRA BAKERY, hereby notify to all concerned that I am an Australian, born and bred, speak only the English language, and have never been out of the Commonwealth in my life. It is my intention to proceed against persons who circulate, false reports to the effect that I AM AN ENEMY SUBJECT.

Advertising. (1915, August 15). Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), p. 9 Section: First Section. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57793518 
 
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1915 - Percival John Hillbrick working in Boulder
1915 - Percival John Hillbrick working in Boulder
GREAT BOULDER FATALITY. (1915, September 28). Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916), p. 33. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article33596907

Percival John was working in Boulder in 1915 at the Great Boulder Mine. The article tells that Percival was a witness to a death at the mine and his testimony at the inquest.
In addition refer to death notice attached to Gustav Wilhelm Hillbrick dated 10th August 1915 which was put in the "Kalgoorlie Western Argus" by Percival and shows his address as 8 North Terrace Boulder. 
 
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1922 - Birth Notice - Arnold Clyde Ernst Hillbrick
1922 - Birth Notice - Arnold Clyde Ernst Hillbrick
HILLBRICK (nee Clarice Davis).---On January 24, at Nurse Hillbrick's (great grandmother), Meamhill, North Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hillbrick, of 11 James street, Fremantle a son (Arnold Clyde Ernst). Both well.

Family Notices. (1922, January 25). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28014210 
 
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1927 - Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham -Divorce Court Listing
1927 - Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham -Divorce Court Listing
THE LAW COURTS - TODAY'S LIST
Nisi Prius. At 10.30 a.m. in No. 1 Court, before the Chief Justice, Applications in respect of cases in the March civil list. In Divorce: Edward Joseph Cunningham (petitioner) and Esther Louisa Cunningham (respondent).

THE LAW COURTS. (1927, March 8). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32016791 
 
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1927 - Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham Divorce
1927 - Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham Divorce
A Wife's Desertion. ? In the Divorce Court yesterday the Chief Justice (Sir Robert McMillan), granted an application for a decree nisi, returnable in six months for dissolution of marriage. The petitioner, Edward Joseph Cunningham, said he was married to the respondent, Esther Louisa Cunningham in 1902 In 1905 he joined the Commonwealth light house service and was stationed at Point Moore and at Breaksea Island until 1916 when he enlisted. Up to that time his wife lived with him, but when he was repatriated, she declined to return to him, and, despite repeated requests, she had not changed her mind. She asked him, however, to take charge of the children, which, he had done. He knew of no reason why she should have taken the course she did. Corroborative evidence was given, by the petitioner's brother. Mr. H. Parker represented the petitioner and the case was undefended.

NEWS AND NOTES. (1927, March 9). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32017054 
 
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1933 - Lucy (Burton) Singleton Death Notice
1933 - Lucy (Burton) Singleton Death Notice
SINGLETON. ? On May 27, 1933, at Victoria, widow of the late James Singleton, who died July 2, 1928, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. Hillbrick (Walker-street, South Fremantle); grandma of Rupert and Arnold, great-grandma of Arnold Kenneth, and little Norma.
Sleep, dear parent, sweetly rest.

Family Notices. (1933, May 31). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32480524 
 
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1938 - Clarice Evelyn (Davis) Hillbrick - Divorce Petition
1938 - Clarice Evelyn (Davis) Hillbrick - Divorce Petition
She Wants To Marry Again
A decree nisi was made returnable in a month by the Chief Justice, Sir John Northmore, in the Divorce Court today because a petitioner, Mrs. Clarice Evelyn Hillbrick, wishes to marry again.
Mr. J. Hale, who appeared for Mrs. Hillbrick, asked that the decree nisi should be made returnable in December for that reason. She said that she married Rupert Percival Hillbrick in November, 1920, and they lived at Fremantle. In June, 1929, she secured a maintenance order , against him, but he had never made regular payments under the order. Since about March, 1933, she had received no payments.

She Wants To Marry Again. (1938, November 1). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 3 Edition: CITY FINAL. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article85013690 
 
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1938 - Death Notice - Emma Bramley (Singleton) Hillbrick
1938 - Death Notice - Emma Bramley (Singleton) Hillbrick
HILLBRICK.-On October 3. 1939, at the Fremantle Hospital Emma, dearly beloved wife of Percival John Hillbrick of Singleton. 20 Walker-street, South Fremantle, loving mother of Rupert and Arnold, mother in-law of Belle, and fond grandmother of Arnold, Kenneth, Norma, Thelma and Rupert; aged 60 years.

Family Notices. (1939, October 5). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 8, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article46428902 
 
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1947 - Percy Albert Gardiner
1947 - Percy Albert Gardiner
GARDINER Percy Albert -October 29 1947 at his residence Military Road Dover Heights dearly beloved husband of Annie and father of Thelma and Norman aged 61 years Privately cremated October 31, 1947

Family Notices. (1947, November 4). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 22. Retrieved June 10, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18048491 
 
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Arabella Louise Stiles - Death Notice
Arabella Louise Stiles - Death Notice
DEATH NOTICES STILES,? On March 9, 1939, at Strickland-street, South Perth, Arabella Louise, widow of the late Walter Lester Stiles (St. Kilda), and dearly loved mother of Walter, Arthur, James and Louise (deceased); loved grandmother of Winnie (Mrs. Ernie Smith), Erena, Nellie, Bell, Vera, Norma, Norman, James, Arthur and Ted; aged 81 years. At rest.
FUNERAL NOTICES STILES.? The Friends of the late Mrs. ARABELLA LOUISE STILES, of Strickland-street, South Perth, and widow of the late Walter Lester Stiles, are respectfully informed that her re mains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 10.20 o'clock TOMORROW (Saturday) MORNING. The Cortege will move from Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son's Service Chapel, 1023 Hay-street, Perth, at 10 o'clock. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Directors, Perth. Tel. B3232 and B3772. And at Mt. Lawley.

Family Notices. (1939, March 10). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 26. Retrieved May 19, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article83082177 
 
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Arnold Hillbrick - Monica's Wedding
Arnold Hillbrick - Monica's Wedding
Moinica, a best friend of Norma Hillbrick. Wedding Day and Arnold Hillbrick gave the bride away.
Isobell Hillbrick (nee Davy) Arnold Hillbrick, Monica.
Monica is a very good friend of Norma Jessie Hillbrick. 
 
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Arnold John Hillbrick
Arnold John Hillbrick
 
 
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Arnold John Hillbrick - Lumper Convicted
Arnold John Hillbrick - Lumper Convicted
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Wednesday 31 March 1948, page 16
WHARF PILLAGING. LUMPER CONVICTED. Three Months' Gaol. "Pillaging from the wharves has got to stop," said Mr F. M. Read, SM, in Fremantle Police Court yesterday when he sentenced Arnold John Hillbrick (44), lumper, to three months' gaol on each of two charges of stealing and receiving and unlawful possession. The sentences were to be served concurrently. In evidence Plainclothes Constable G. Johnston said that on September 1 last the USN stores' authorities had reported the theft of a pair of binoculars, valued at ?33, from the cargo of a ship discharging at Fremantle. Yesterday a search had been made of Hillbrick's home and the binoculars were found on his dressing-table. A further search revealed two one-gallon tins of paint, an alarm clock, a breast drill and three packets of vulcanising patches, reasonably suspected of having been stolen. The alarm clock was one of 300 which had been stolen from the wharf some months ago. Hillbrick said that the binoculars had been loaned to him yesterday, that he had bought the alarm clock and the vulcanising patches in a hotel and that he had found the paint "lying about on the wharf," and carried it away. He did not know how the drill got into his shed. Inspector G. Findlay prosecuted. 
 
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Arnold John Hillbrick - Three Men Charged With Stealing
Arnold John Hillbrick - Three Men Charged With Stealing
THE LAW COURTS

BALES OF WOOL Three Men Charged With Stealing The hearing of a case in which three men were charged with the theft of two bales of wool, valued at ?50, the property of the Australian Wool Realisation Commission was not completed by Messrs E. B. Arney and W. D. Robinson, J's.P., in the Fremantle Police Court yesterday when it was adjourned till next week. The men charged are William Henri (35), scour hand, of Grey-street, Fremantle; John Monagham (33), scour hand, of Walker street, South Fremantle; and Arnold John Hillbrick (46), lumper, of Walker-street, South Fremantle. A traffic constable stopped a car on the night of March 29 be cause it had no tail light. When he was npt satisfied with the men's explanation of how they came by the wool in the car, he ordered them to go to the Fremantle police station. The defence claims that Henri and Monagham found the wool alongside Naval Base-road. They asked Hillbrick, who had a car, to help them move it. They decided to take it to the Fremantle police station and were on their way when the constable stopped the car. Sgt. W. Harvey prosecuted, Mr. N. P Lappin appeared for Henri and Monagham and Mr. D. F. Walsh for Hillbrick. 
 
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Arthur Edward Hillbrich 1897-1924
Arthur Edward Hillbrich 1897-1924
Status: Located; In Loving Memory of
Arthur Hillbrich
Died 3-6-1924
Aged 27
 
 
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Arthur Edward Hillbrick - Killed on the Railway
Arthur Edward Hillbrick - Killed on the Railway
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954), Thursday 5 June 1924, page 16
KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.
Railway men found the body of Arthur Edward Hillbrick, aged 27 years, of Berwick, on the line between Narrewarren and Berwick early yesterday morning. Constable Delarue, of Berwick, who is inquiring, is of the opinion that Hillbrick was walking to the station to board a train when he was struck by an engine and killed. 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll - 1916
Australian Electoral Roll - 1916
Isabella Dobson - Sanford Street Geraldton - Housekeeper
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Dampier > Geraldton 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll - 1916
Australian Electoral Roll - 1916
Jessie Davy - 192 Claisebrook Road - Home duties
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Perth > East Perth 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1906
Australian Electoral Roll 1906
Alfred James George - Sailsbury Avenue, South Perth - Metallurgist.
Amelia Louise George - Sailsbury Avenue, South Perth - Home Duties.
District: Fremantle - Subdistrict: South Perth - Western Australia.
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1910
Australian Electoral Roll 1910
Elsie Hillbrick - 36 Hanover Street, North Perth, Western Australia
Occupation listed as Waitress
Division: Perth - District: Balcatta - Western Australia.
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1910
Australian Electoral Roll 1910
Gustav Wilhelm Hillbrick - Watchman at the Magazine munitions facility at Woodmans Point, Western Australia.
District: Fremantle - Subdistrict: South Fremantle.
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1910
Australian Electoral Roll 1910
William Edward Downing - Battle Street - Railway employee
Ethel Downing - Battle Street - Married
Mary Anne Downing - Battle Street - Widow
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1910 > Fremantle > North Fremantle 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Percival John Hillbrick - Wharf Labourer
Emma Hillbrick - Married
102 Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle Western Australia
District: Fremantle
Subdistrict: East Fremantle
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Ethel Louise Hillbrick - 9 Agyle Street - Home Duties
Herbert Ernest Hillbrick - 9 Agyle Street - Railway Employee
Norman Gustav Hillbrick - 36 Hanover Street North Perth - Bootmaker
Jessie Sarah (Neame)Hillbrick - 36 Hanover Street North Perth - Married
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Harold William Hillbrick - Doodalkine - Baker
District: Dampier - Subdistrict: Northam - Western Australia
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Percy Albert Gardiner - 7 Harwood Place West Perth - Fettler
Annie Gardiner - 7 Harwood Place West Perth - Home duties
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Perth > Balcatta 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
John Samuel Gardiner - Oxford Street, Mt Hawthorn - Engineer
Sarah Gardiner - Oxford Street, Mt Hawthorn - Home duties
Hilda Grace Gardiner - Oxford Street, Mt Hawthorn - Home duties
Rachel May Gardiner - 21 Oxford Street, Mt Hawthorn - Tailoress
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Perth > Balcatta 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Leslie George Gardiner - 200 Perth Street - Salesman
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Perth > Subiaco 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
William Edward Downing - Stuart Street Cottesloe Beach - Boiler-maker
Ethel Downing - Stuart Street Cottesloe Beach - Home duties
Mary Anne Downing - Stuart Street Cottesloe Beach - Home duties
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Fremantle > Claremont 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
John Cheesemond Davy - Sandford Street Geraldton - Turner
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1916 > Dampier > Geraldton 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1916
Australian Electoral Roll 1916
 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Leslie George Gardiner - 33 St. Leonards Avenue - Salesman
Martha May Gardiner - 33 St. Leonards Avenue - Home duties
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
Western Australia > 1925 > Fremantle > Balcatta 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Frank Evelyn Elliott - Labourer
Lavinia May Elliott - Married
19 Devinish Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia
District: Canning - Subdistrict: Swan - Western Australia
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 Record 1925 
 
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Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Australian Electoral Roll 1925
Clarice Evelyn Hillbrick - 11 James Street - Married
Rupert Percival Hillbrick - 11 James Street - Lumper
District: Fremantle - Subdistrict: East Fremantle
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 
 

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