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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 - 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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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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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 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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Bernice Cecilia Elliot - Robbed
Bernice Cecilia Elliot - Robbed
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Friday 1 May 1942, page 7
POLICE COURTS. PERTH. (Monday.-Before Mr W. J. Waliwork. SM.) Stole money.-For having on April 24 stolen ?6/10 and 25 cents in foreign currency, the property of Bernice Cecilia Gardiner, Lucy Margaret Goodridge (28) was fined ?3 and ordered to make restitution. Det-sgt S. A. Smith said that the girl had seen the complainant hide the money in a teapot and had later gone to Gardiner's room and stolen the money. He said Goodridge had admitted the theft when he questloned her. 
 
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Edith Hillbrick's Engagement
Edith Hillbrick's Engagement
MISS EDITH HILLBRICK
Only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hillbrlck, of Manning-street, Fremantle, whose engagement to Mr. E. T. Lee, of High-street, Fremantle, has been announced.
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902-1954), Sunday 29 April 1934, page 1
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58719007 
 
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Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham Divorce in Detail
Esther Louisa (Gardiner) Cunningham Divorce in Detail
WIFE'S ULTIMATUM
"GO FOR YOUR LIFE"
PREFERRED SINGLE LIFE AGAIN

Tell Ted he can go for his life and get a divorce if he wants to, but, so far as I am concerned, I'm finished with him, declared Esther Louisa Cunningham when representations were made to her to return to her husband, Edward Joseph Cunningham, whom she deserted some three years ago.
Cunningham, a tall, middle-aged man, employed in the Commonwealth Lighthouse Department, told the Chief Justice, Sir Robert McMillan, this morning, when petitioning for a divorce, that he had never been able to understand his wife's attitude. He had his suspicions, of course, but could offer no reason why she left him. He said they were married at Perth in 1902, and lived very happily together at the various lighthouses where he was stationed, notably at Point Moore, Geraldton, and Breaksea Island. They lived at the last-mentioned lighthouse for 11 years, and had two children, a girl born in 1903 and since married, and a boy born in 1907. When war broke out Cunningham said he enlisted, and his wife and children resided with her parents at Leederville. She was well provided for, and they corresponded regularly with one another. When he returned to Perth in 1919, however, he discovered that his wife had left her parents home, and was working as a cook at a timber mill, somewhere in the country. Her people refused to tell him where she was, and a letter which she left behind said that he could take the children, as having lived on her own for three years she found that Single Life Suited Her. Cunningham said he placed the boy in a boarding school and took his daughter with him to Point1 Charles Lighthouse, in the Northern Territory. They returned on holiday leave in 1922. His daughter married, and he managed to secure an interview with his wife, but she still refused to return to him, and so he went North again, this time to Cape Don Lighthouse. He returned to Perth again on holiday in December last, and endeavored to get his wife to change her mind. His brother saw her, and she gave him a letter, in which she wrote that she was perfectly content to "Paddle her Own Canoe," and had not the slightest intention of ever returning to him. In reply to his Honor, Cunningham saw that he had experienced no trouble whatever with his wife, and prior to him going away to the war they always lived on the most happy terms. He knew of no reason why she should have decided to cut adrift, but, of course, had his suspicions. Frederick Cunningham, a Government employee and brother of petitioner, gave evidence that when he interviewed Mrs. Cunningham on February 12 last, in an endeavor to bring the couple together again, she replied: "Tell Ted he can go for his life and get a divorce if he wants to, but, so far as I am concerned, I'm Finished with Him." In granting a decree nisi, returnable in six months, his Honor remarked that he could not understand why respondent had left her husband. As a matter of fact, he, said, he was not called upon to ascertain the reason, and it was enough for him to say that she had no just cause or excuse for her conduct. Mr. Hubert Parker appeared for Cunningham.

WIFE'S ULTIMATUM. (1927, March 8). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 5 Edition: HOME (FINAL) EDITION. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article83046467 
 
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Jessie C Davy - Engagement - 1933
Jessie C Davy - Engagement - 1933
ENGAGEMENTS.
Jessie, eldest daughter of Mrs. J. C. Davy and the late Mr. Davy, of 16 Frederick-street, South Fremantle, to Arthur Edward Roberts, of the motor vessel Westralia, only son of Mr. G. E. Roberts and the late Mrs. Roberts, of Bondi, Sydney.

Family Notices. (1933, July 16). Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), p. 3 Section: First Section. Retrieved June 17, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58699330 
 
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Jessie Sarah Hillbrick - WILLS & PROBATES
Jessie Sarah Hillbrick - WILLS & PROBATES
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 11 December 1927, page 17
Jessie Sarah Hillbrick, late of North Perth (died 18/10/27) to Herbert Ernest Hiiibrick of Leederviile, and Edith Jessie Dunston of North Perth
 
 
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John Cheesemond Davy & Family's Arrival in Fremantle 1910
John Cheesemond Davy & Family's Arrival in Fremantle 1910
On December 5, 1910 John, Jessie & Isabel Davy arrived in Fremantle from the UK aboard the Zieten GMS.
SHIPPING. (1910, December 5). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 6. Retrieved June 17, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article76829048

G.M.S. ZIETEN. The G.M.S. Zieten outward bound from Bremerhaven, was sighted from Rottnest shortly before 9 o'clock last night and was expected to make fast to the quay about midnight She will resume her voyage to the Eastern States some time to-day.
SHIPPING. (1910, December 5). The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved June 17, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article26297680 
 
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John Samuel Gardiner - Assaulted
John Samuel Gardiner - Assaulted
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Thursday 10 October 1940, page 2
POLICE COURTS. PERTH. (Wednesday.-Before Mr. W. J. Waliwork, P.M.) Salesman Imprisoned. -Herbert Campbell (37). salesman, was sentenced to three months' imprisonment to date from September 26 on as charge that at Perth on September 25 he stole a leather wallet containing ?13 in money, a motor driver's licence and a yearly tram pass, of a total value of ?14. from the person of Gordon Frederick Robinson. It was alleged that the theft, which the ac cused denied, took place in a lavatory at a city hotel. Gaoled for Assault-Two months' Imprisonment with hard labour was Inflicted on William Arthur Fleming (23), labourer, on a charge that at Perth on September 30 he unlawfully assauled John Samuel Gardiner. Evidence was given that the accused went into a hotel and twice bumped into some soldiers. A dispute arose, In the course of which the accused threw a glass. A soldier not taking part in the dispute was struck by the glass on the left forearm and had to be treated at the Perth Hospital. 
 
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John Samuel Gardiner - Bernice Cecilia - Divorce
John Samuel Gardiner - Bernice Cecilia - Divorce
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Tuesday 11 March 1947, page 13
DIVORCE CASES.
John Samuel Gardiner v. Bernice Cecilia Gardiner and David Partridge (co-respondent). Ground: Adultery. 
 
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John Samuel Gardiner tracks down Bernice Cecilia
John Samuel Gardiner tracks down Bernice Cecilia
Mirror (Perth WA 1921-1956) Saturday 29 March 1947 - Page 12
PARTRIDGE'S GROUSE TIME AS LOVEBIRD
When a gardener finds an unwelcome bird encroaching on his home lot and pirating the most treasured thing therein, he is likely to feel extremely un friendly towards the feathered one. And that's just how John Samuel Gardiner felt about the Partridge who poached oa his domestic domain.

Gardiner didn't need a trap to catch the bird who was causing all the strife. Partridge just took what he wanted back to his nest, and used only the flimsiest camouflage to con ceal her. When. John barged in one night with sleuth Colin Lennox on hie heels, David Partridge and Mrs. Bernice Cecilia Gardiner took things very calmly. They even admitted that they'd been posing as 'Mr. and Mrs.' for some time. Started Going Out It was the end or the trail for John, who married Bernice in 1933. Until 1936, he told Mr. Justice Wolff, they were quite happy, but in that year he had to work back . a lot. Several nights he came home late to find the children alone. His objections were brushed aside. From then on life was no garden of Eden, and in April 1939 they separated under a deed. In 1940 he enlisted, was discharged soon after his return from the Middle East in 1942. No Denials In January 1946 Gardiner went with Colin Lennox to a house in Wellington-fit. An inquiry for 'Mrs. Partridge' was answered by the' appearance of Bernice's head through a window. Inside they found Part ridge in bed with only his pants on. They didn't deny a thing. Next step was to lawyer Bill Elihick, who look Gardiner before Mr. Justice Wolff. Judge saw no reason why he shouldn't grant the petition, gave John his decree on the grounds of Bernice's infidelity. Partridge has the bill coming up. 
 
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Lee - Hillbrick Wedding
Lee - Hillbrick Wedding
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902-1954), Sunday 24 May 1936, page 3
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58817418 
 
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Len Gardiner Top Cricket Score
Len Gardiner Top Cricket Score
The West Australian, Thursday 11 March 1954 - Page 25
TOP-SCORER
* Len Gardiner, of Aquinas College, looked pleased after making top score of 57 In the Darlot Cup match against Hale School at the Aquinas around yesterday.
Gardiner, who is a diminutive batsman, made his runs soundly although a little slowly. He was playing in his first Cup match for his school. Last year he played in the second team. 
 
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Miss Sarah Sharp - Vincent Vally Ilford
Miss Sarah Sharp - Vincent Vally Ilford
VINCENT VALLEY, ILFORD. - A correspondent wrote : This unuaually quiet little spot was all alive on the 11th, when a private picnic and party were given by Mr. and Mrs. Sharp. It need hardly be said that the guests enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Great credit is due to Mrs. Sharp and her daughter (Mrs. Fuller) for their arrangements. Dancing began at 7 p.m. and continued till 12 o'olook. The hostess looked nice in evening dress. The eldest daughter (Mrs. Fuller) wore dark blue. Miss Sharp and Miss Ruth Sharp looked very nice in dark material trimmed with lace. Miss Sarah Sharp also looked nice in maroon and black lace. Miss Eames looked charming in black with gold jewellery. Miss Lizzie and Minnie Eames looked remarkably well in black with silver jewellery. Miss McAusland wore a rich brown dress trimmed with satin. Miss Howatt looked well in blaok with lace. Miss Fuller was becomingly dressed in dark brown with maroon velvet. Miss Bush was in dark blue. Numerous other ladies looked very nice.

Social and Society Notes. (1886, October 2). Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907), p. 34. Retrieved June 5, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71068202 
 
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Osborne Hillbrick - Motor Cycle Skids
Osborne Hillbrick - Motor Cycle Skids
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Saturday 4 December 1937, page 9
MOTOR CYCLE SKIDS. Two Young Men Injured. TOODYAY, Dec. 3.-Thrown from a motor cycle which skidded in loose gravel when turning out of Stirllng-terrace, Toodyay, yesterday, two young men named Eric Ferguson and Osborne Hillbrick were injured. Ferguson., who was thrown against a post, was badly hurt and the extent of his injuries is not yet known. His condition is reported to be serious. Hillbrick, who was pinned beneath the motor cycle, sustained a broken thigh. Both men were taken to the Toodyay Hospital. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Bendigo Fine
Percival John Hillbrick - Bendigo Fine
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954), Friday 24 September 1909, page 6
BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

At the City Court on Thursday, a man named Percival John Hillbrick was charged with having in his possession appliances used in the treatment of gold and having failed to register the same with the police, as required by the Gold Buyers Act. Accused said he found the quicksilver at the back of a yard in Brazier street, Eaglehawk. The pestle and mortar, known as a dolly, he had had for 12 or l8 months, and bought it for powdering carbide for his bicycle lamp. He did not know until a few weeks ago that he had to register the dolly. The Bench fined him ?10, with ?2/12/ costs. The charge of having gold in his possession was adjourned until October 4. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Bendigo Miner Arrested
Percival John Hillbrick - Bendigo Miner Arrested
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Friday 23 April 1948, page 15
ALLEGED COLD STEALING. A BENDIGO MINER ARRESTED. Melbourne, Friday.
Percival John Hillbrick (32), a miner of Bendigo, was arrested yesterday and charged with being found illegally in possession of gold, and with stealing gold from the Goldfield Consolidated Company's mine, and with having implements for treating gold which were not registered.
Hillbrick is a steward of the Miners Association, and recently took an active part in the movement when all employees took the pledge to stand loyally by the company and do all they could to prevent gold stealing. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Death Inquest
Percival John Hillbrick - Death Inquest
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Monday 25 March 1946, page 10
INQUESTS.
Suicide at South Fremantle. Percival John Hillbrick (71), of Walker-street, South Premantle, died at his home on March 5 from a self inflicted gunshot wound in the head. This finding was returned by the Acting-Coroner (Mr. W. F. Samson, J.P.) in the Fremantle Courthouse on Friday. The Coroner added that the deceased was depressed at the time of death. Evidence by witnesses disclosed that he had been in ill-health for four years and was suffering from an advanced heart disease, cancer of the-lip and dropsy in both legs. Dr. W. P. White, of Cottesloe, testified that Hillbrick would only have lived for a short period if he had not shot himself. Sgt. A. T. Rulfn assisted the Coroner. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Gold Theft
Percival John Hillbrick - Gold Theft
VICTORIA. STOLEN GOLD.
Percival John Hillbrick, a miner, appeared before the city bench at Bendigo on Monday charged with being in possession of gold for which he had failed to satisfy Sergeant McKenna that ho had honestly acquired.
Mr. O'Halloran, on behalf of accused, who pleaded guilty, stated that his client had been made the tool of another party. He had a wife and young family to support. Hitherto he had borne an excellent character for honesty and industry, and since his arrest had proved himself thoroughly repentant.
The bench, sentenced him to six weeks' imprisonment, and made an order for the payment of ?6 11s. costs. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Imprisoned
Percival John Hillbrick - Imprisoned
Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916-1938), Tuesday 23 September 1919, page 27
WHARF WORKERS IMPRISONED Perth. Sept. 15. In the Fremantle Police Court to-day, the eight Lumpers and one tally clerk who had pleaded guilty to a charge of having been in the unlawful possession of goods ranging from toothbrushes to rolls or cloth and silk, identitied as having composed portion of the cargo of the steamer Port Lincoln. recently, at Fremantle. were brought up for sentence. Each of the accused. Maurice McIntyre, Wm. Goddard, Samuel Sheldrake, Percival Hillbrick, Jas. Peterson, Arnold Rochester, Wm. Forster, Wm. Childsworth, and Alfred Ryan, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment. 
 
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Percival John Hillbrick - Man Found Shot
Percival John Hillbrick - Man Found Shot
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954), Wednesday 6 March 1946, page 3
MAN FOUND SHOT. Rile Wound in Temple. Found lying with a bullet wound in his left temple on the kitchen floor of his home in Walker-street, South Fremantle, about 4.30 p.m. yesterday, Percival John Hilibrick (70), was dead when medically examined. It is understood be had been in a serious state of ill-health for some time and had been under medical attention. According to statements made last night, the deceased's physician was summoned when Hillbrick was found on the kitchen floor in a state of collapse, presumably dead, about 4.30 p.m. A neighbour, lending assistance, noticed the wound in the temple and a 0.22 rifle, which was partially concealed by the body. When the doctor arrived Hilibrick was already dead. The deceased's daughter-in-law, Isabel Hlllbrlck, who had been about the house during the afternoon, had not heard a shot fired. 
 
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Rachel May Twezel (Gardiner) Gartner - Daughter
Rachel May Twezel (Gardiner) Gartner - Daughter
GARTNER.?On August 12, at Nurse Stockley's Private Hospital, Newcastle-street, Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gartner, of 175 Oxford-street, Mt. Hawthorn a daughter (Minnie Dorothy). Both well.

Family Notices. (1923, August 23). Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), p. 27. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44763176
 
 
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Rachel May Twezel (Gardiner) Gartner - Son
Rachel May Twezel (Gardiner) Gartner - Son
GARTNER (nee. Ray Gardiner)-August 28, at Nurse Stockley's Hospital Newcastle-street, to Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Gartner a son. Both well.

Family Notices. (1921, September 4). Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57976322 
 
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Rosemary McConnell Letter
Rosemary McConnell Letter
Western Mail, Thursday 22 June 1933, page 14 - Letter from Rosemary McConnell to Children's Corner conducted by Aunt Mary.

A BIRTHDAY PARTY.

Green Lea, Roadside Mail, Bruce Rock
Dear Aunt Mary,-Thank you very much for the pretty birthday card. I had a party on my birthday. I invited some school friends and their parents; there were also same friends of mother's. Altogether we numbered ten, so you see we were a happy family for that afternoon. I received some very nice presents from different friends. I am sending in some puzzles which 1 have solved. I am sorry that I am late with them, but I never have time lately for I have have to do some lessons at home every night as I am working hard to win a scholarship. I don't know whether I'll win it or not, but I hope I do. Both at school and at home the seeds in my garden are coming up. At home I have helped mother to put in some vegetable seeds which are coming up. Some peas which I put in just after the first rains have nice big leaves on them, and some radishes are also growing quickly. The turnips, lettuces, beetroot and parsnips are growing more slowly. I will close now, as I can't think of any more news. I remain your loving niece,

ROSEMARY MCCONNELL.

You must have had an enjoyable party on your birthday, Rosemary.-AUNT MARY. 
 
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Rosemary McConnell Letter
Rosemary McConnell Letter
Western Mail, Thursday 22 June 1933, page 14 - Letter from Rosemary McConnell to Children's Corner conducted by Aunt Mary.

A BIRTHDAY PARTY.

Green Lea, Roadside Mail, Bruce Rock
Dear Aunt Mary,-Thank you very much for the pretty birthday card. I had a party on my birthday. I invited some school friends and their parents; there were also same friends of mother's. Altogether we numbered ten, so you see we were a happy family for that afternoon. I received some very nice presents from different friends. I am sending in some puzzles which 1 have solved. I am sorry that I am late with them, but I never have time lately for I have have to do some lessons at home every night as I am working hard to win a scholarship. I don't know whether I'll win it or not, but I hope I do. Both at school and at home the seeds in my garden are coming up. At home I have helped mother to put in some vegetable seeds which are coming up. Some peas which I put in just after the first rains have nice big leaves on them, and some radishes are also growing quickly. The turnips, lettuces, beetroot and parsnips are growing more slowly. I will close now, as I can't think of any more news. I remain your loving niece,

ROSEMARY MCCONNELL.

You must have had an enjoyable party on your birthday, Rosemary.-AUNT MARY. 
 
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William Archibald Gardiner Family History - Orange, New South wales
William Archibald Gardiner Family History - Orange, New South wales
An article that appeared in the Central Western Daily newspaper on January 15, 1985. John Samuel Gardiner was one of the 9 sons of William Archibald Gardiner.