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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1869.

28 December 1869, Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), page 2

…The Hartrick Family Abraham Standish Hartrick Abraham Standish Hartrick photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Birth: 4 June 1854, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Abraham attended the Walhalla School and was in the Fifth Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Mary Ann Watkins on 13 February 1882 at the Gore Street Registry Office, Fitzroy, Victoria Mary Ann was born on 2 March 1865, in Diamond Creek, Victoria, the daughter of Tracy Watkins and Caroline Gittoes . Mary and her siblings William and Caroline were amongst the first pupils of the Diamond Creek State School which opened on 1 July 1870 ( Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing the Nillumbik Historical Society). Mary Ann died on 6 October 1945 at her residence in Balnarring, Victoria, aged 80. She was buried at Crib Point cemetery. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October…

…McCALLUM, solicitors, 94 Queen street, Melbourne. Sources: Birth: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; place from QAIMNS H to O Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 4 September 1900 p7 Notes: London Gazette; QAIMNS H to O Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Will: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Arthur Standish Hartrick Birth: 1862, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Arthur attended the Walhalla School and was in the Second Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Ada Ashmore in 1885 in Victoria Ada was born in 1867 in Melbourne North district, Victoria, the daughter of William Ashmore and Ann Carey. She died on 31 December 1944 at her residence, 89 Willesden Road, Oakleigh, Victoria, Australia, aged 77. She was buried on 2 January 1945, in Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria. Ada's grave is located in compartment D section 1 grave 63. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 HARTRICK. — On December 31, at her residence, 89 Willesden road, Oakleigh, Ada, the dearly beloved wife of Arthur Standish Hartrick, and loved mother of…

…Marriage: Ireland Marriages batch M70206-8 Notes: Rootsweb WorldConnect (willperf) ; Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 May 1904 p1 ; exact place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Burial: Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) George Standish Hartrick George Standish Hartrick c1934 at the gate of his house at 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria. image from Tim Hartrick Birth: August 1858, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: George attended the Walhalla School and was in the Third Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married (1st): Elizabeth Stiggants on 29 June 1881 in St John's Church, Anderson's Creek (a.k.a Warrandyte), Victoria. George Hartrick is recorded as a bachelor, aged 23, born in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, the son of George Standish Hartrick, a mining manager, and Mary Matilda Syms. He is a miner, resident in Anderson's Creek. Elizabeth Stiggants is recorded as a spinster, aged 19, born in Andersons Creek, Victoria, Australia, the daughter of Henry Stiggants, a miner, and Miriam Houghton. Elizabeth was born in 1861 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, the daughter of Henry Stiggants and Miriam Houghton. She died on…

…10.30 a.m., arriving at cemetery at 2 p.m. Sources: Birth: year from Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick; exact date and place from Helen Pillerine Parents: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records Jane (Hartrick) Symonds Birth: 1856, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Jane attended the Walhalla School and was awarded a prize in Geographical Drawing in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Samuel Symonds on 15 April 1878 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a Warrandyte), Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 April 1878 p1 SYMONDS — HARTRICK.—On the 15th inst., at Warrandyte, by the Rev. A. W. Cresswell, Samuel, third son of Edw. S. Symonds, Esq., Under-treasurer, to Jane, eldest daughter of Geo. S. Hartrick, Esq., late of Walhalla. Children: George Standish Symonds (1879 - 1958) Harry Stace Symonds (1880 - 1963) Frederick Heatley Symonds (1882 - 1962) Hilda Marjorie Symonds (1885 - 1951) Edgar Bell Symonds (1892 - 1964) Samuel Victor Symonds (1897 - 1924) Death: 28 August 1942, in a…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 Death: Western Australia Death Index (1907/107); exact date and place from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 William Hartrick Birth: December 1859 - Janaury 1860, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: William attended the Walhalla School and was in the Second Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Death: 17 November 1875, in Walhalla, Victoria, aged 15 years and 10 months The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 HARTRICK. — On the 17th inst., at Walhalla, William, the beloved son of George Standish and Mary Matilda Hartrick, aged 15 years and 10 months. Sources: Birth: Age at death; place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 William Lionel Hartrick William Lionel Hartrick image from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p22 Mr. L. W. Hartrick, ringmaster at the…

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Family Notices

8 October 1945, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Mary Ann Watkins on 13 February 1882 at the Gore Street Registry Office, Fitzroy, Victoria Mary Ann was born on 2 March 1865, in Diamond Creek, Victoria, the daughter of Tracy Watkins and Caroline Gittoes . Mary and her siblings William and Caroline were amongst the first pupils of the Diamond Creek State School which opened on 1 July 1870 ( Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing the Nillumbik Historical Society). Mary Ann died on 6 October 1945 at her residence in Balnarring, Victoria, aged 80. She was buried at Crib Point cemetery. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 HARTRICK .—On October 6, at her residence, Balnarring, Mary Ann, dearly beloved wife of the late Abraham, loving mother of Nellie (Mrs. Sandford), Willie, Elsie (Mrs. Oliver), Polly (Mrs. Neville), Clarice (Mrs. Stockdale), Abraham, and Florrie (Mrs. Grant), late of Warrandyte.—At rest. HARTRICK .—On October 6, at her residence, Balnarring, dearly loved grandmother of Joyce, and great-grandmother of Margaret and Lorraine. —In God's care. Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5 MRS. MARY. A. HARTRICK Mrs. Mary Ann Hartrick died at her residence, Balnarring, at the age of 80 years. She was a resident of the district for 32 years.…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (1366/1882); Mary Ann birth Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; Mary Ann parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Mary Ann death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 ; Mary Ann burial from Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5…

…Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (5683/1917); Joseph birth from WII Nominal Roll ; Joseph father from West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Victoria) 4 September 1928 p2 ; Joseph mother from England Marriage Index (4Q1878 Guisborough vol 9d p917) and Rootsweb Worldconnect (iloilo999) ; Joseph World War II service from WWII Nominal Roll Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

…Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (entry no. 27); exact date and place from Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 12 January 1906 p5 Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing ref 19114/1964 Burial: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

…Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (444/1920); place from IGI (member submission) ; Peter birth from Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (25872/1890); Peter parents from Rootsweb Worldconnect (googsey) ; Peter ocuupation from Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; Peter death from Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery with place from Rootsweb Worldconnect (googsey) ; Peter burial from Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery ; place from Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery…

…Parents: World War I attestation papers ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: World War I attestation papers ; Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (7357/1910); Grace birth from Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (32461/1892); Grace death from Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (09627/1982) with exact date from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records ; Grace cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Occupation: Miner from Warrandyte Gold Soundscape Trail and www.ictcsociety.org ; Tram conductor from The AIF Project Notes: War service from World War I attestation papers and The AIF Project ; World War II Nominal roll Death: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records ;…

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MRS. MARY A. HARTRICK.

11 October 1945, Standard (Frankston, Vic. : 1939 - 1949), page 5

…Watkins citing the Nillumbik Historical Society). Mary Ann died on 6 October 1945 at her residence in Balnarring, Victoria, aged 80. She was buried at Crib Point cemetery. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 HARTRICK .—On October 6, at her residence, Balnarring, Mary Ann, dearly beloved wife of the late Abraham, loving mother of Nellie (Mrs. Sandford), Willie, Elsie (Mrs. Oliver), Polly (Mrs. Neville), Clarice (Mrs. Stockdale), Abraham, and Florrie (Mrs. Grant), late of Warrandyte.—At rest. HARTRICK .—On October 6, at her residence, Balnarring, dearly loved grandmother of Joyce, and great-grandmother of Margaret and Lorraine. —In God's care. Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5 MRS. MARY. A. HARTRICK Mrs. Mary Ann Hartrick died at her residence, Balnarring, at the age of 80 years. She was a resident of the district for 32 years. A family of five daughters and two sons survive her. The funeral was to the Crib Point Cemetery. A service was held at the home conducted by Rev. B. Crisp, who also read the burial service at the graveside. The pall-bearers were Messrs. J. Stockdale, R. Neville, A. Waldron, L. Grant, C. Speers, H. Butt. Coffin-bearers were Messrs. A. S. Hartrick, C. Temby, H. Speers, N. Speers. Messrs. Hector Gamble and…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (1366/1882); Mary Ann birth Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; Mary Ann parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Mary Ann death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 ; Mary Ann burial from Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research and Ray Watkins recollection from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Victoria Death Index (14583/1927); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 11 December 1930 p1 Burial: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell…

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ANDERSON'S CREEK COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. (Before Mr. Smallman, P.M., and Captain Selby, J.P.) OLD AGE PENSIONS ACT.

13 March 1903, Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), page 5

…Neville, A. Waldron, L. Grant, C. Speers, H. Butt. Coffin-bearers were Messrs. A. S. Hartrick, C. Temby, H. Speers, N. Speers. Messrs. Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral arrangements. Children: Elizabeth Ellen Hartrick (1882 - 1964) William Hartrick (1885 - 1981) Elsie Maude Hartrick (1887 - 1950) Mary Matilda Hartrick (1892 - 1975) Clarice Hartrick (1895 - 1963) Abraham Standish Hartrick (1897 - 1974) Florence May Hartrick (1899 -  1975) Occupation: Miner. Abraham's early mining life was one of hardship, but he eventually struck lucky, made a substantial amount of money, and worked his way up to mine manager. Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 ANDERSON'S CREEK COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. (Before Mr. Smallman, P.M., and Captain Selby, J.P.) OLD AGE PENSIONS ACT. Constable Parsons v. Wm. Watkins. —To show cause why he should not contribute towards the support of his mother, Catherine Watkins, at present receiving six shillings a week under the Old Age Pensions Act. W. Watkins (sworn) stated he was a married man with four children, residing, is his own house on Crown lands; had a horse and dray, and carted wood into Melbourne ; made after paying horse-feed, some 16s a week. He, with his sister (Mrs. Hartrick)…

…Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing ref 19114/1964 Burial: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

…china doves Mr S. Sandford—Bag of salt ,, J. Hutchinson—Half-dozen knives ,, W. Hutchinson—Clock ,, Perry—Jardiniere and vase Mrs Johns—Jug and glasses Miss [?]. Sloan—Handmade cushion Miss H. Sloan—D'oyleys Mrs J. Blair—Silver jam dish ,, C. Blair—Fruit stand ,, Schlichting—Silver-mounted salt cellars ,, Wyatt—Pair urns Miss Wyatt—Teapot Bennie Brothers—Handsome tea set Mrs Bennie—Fruit stand Mr & rs Till & Mr Gould—Dinner set Mrs Boucher—Fruit bowl Miss D. Hawkes—Sugar basin ,, Kirkwood—Rose bowl ,, Amstee—Half-dozen glasses Children: Rose May Oliver (1908 - 1996) Clarice Oliver (1910 - 1995) Occupation: In 1903 Elsie was "occasionally in service at 7s per week" ( Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 ) . Notes: Elsie is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1914: Richmond North, Victoria (p106 #6327) 1919: Collingwood, Victoria (p51 #2984) 1924: Collingwood, Victoria (p51 #2990) 1931: Clifton Hill, Victoria (p28 #7702) 1936: Clifton Hill, Victoria (p77 #4585) Death: 1950, in Parkville, Victoria, Australia, aged 63 Cremation: 31 January 1950 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Elsie's remains are located at Tristania, wall 2BB niche 753 Sources: Birth: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 Marriage: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 Occupation:…

…Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Occupation: Miner from Warrandyte Gold Soundscape Trail and www.ictcsociety.org ; Tram conductor from The AIF Project Notes: War service from World War I attestation papers and The AIF Project ; World War II Nominal roll Death: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records ; place from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Birth: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (27577/1911); exact date from World War II Nominal roll Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Notes: War service from World War II Nominal roll ; militia service from Ancestors of Ian Watkins…

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DELAY IS DANGEROUS.

25 April 1907, Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), page 3

…Mrs. Watkins was not receiving the maximum rate. Mr. Berrimnan, a commissioner, had originally granted the 6s now being paid. In the following advertisements for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, which ran from 1907 through 1914, Abraham is referred to as the manager at the Excelsior mine (near Walhalla), but we know that by August 1907 the family was in Warrandyte (near Melbourne), and obviously doing well as they invited over 400 guests to the marriage of their daughter, Elsie. The increase in fortunes over a four year period seems astounding, but is perhaps what drew so many to gold prospecting. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 25 April 1907 p3 DELAY IS DANGEROUS. We all remember the pretty story of the little hero who saved his native village in Holland by stopping with his hand during the whole of a dark, tumultuous night, the gentle ttrickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so, the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dyke and flooded the village. Similiar danger threatens us here in Sale. Hundreds of backs are aching, yet people are neglecting this warning. And it's so easy to check kidney disease if taken in time, then don't delay. Read…

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ANDERSON'S CREEK COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. APRIL 20TH, 1896.

1 May 1896, Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902), page 2

…posted on receipt of price by Foster-McClellan Co., 76 Pitt-street, Sydney, N.S.W. But,—be sure you get DOAN'S. In Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12., we find that by 1908, the family situation had improved substantially: At the end of that year his family would have had a bountiful time with the ₤28.1s.7d received on Christmas Eve as well as ₤52.6s.1d obtained over the next month. Newspaper reports of that time indicate that all of the family were accomplished musicians, giving concerts to raise funds for various charities in Warrandyte. Notes: The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 May 1896 p2 Arthur Hogan v. Abraham Hartrick.—Unlawful assault. The plaintiff stated that he was inside the hall after the concert in aid of the widow and children of the late John Jones, when the defendant struck him over the eye, and on going out of the hall used very bad language to him. Henry Squires, a witness for the plaintiff, stated that Mr. Hartrick had charge of the door for both concert and ball. After the concert several people came into the hall; I went and collected from some of them the hall fee. The plaintiff when asked made some evasive answer;…

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Family Notices

11 December 1930, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…before them for similar conduct he would be placed, at all events for a time, where he would not have the opportunity. Abraham is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1903: Walhalla, Victoria (p6 #393) 1909: Ringwood, Victoria (p10 #564) 1914: Dromana, Victoria (p2 #1725) 1919: Dromana, Victoria (p12 #681) 1924: Dromana, Victoria (p16 #931) Abraham's nephew, Ray Watkins recalls that "As a lad of about 8 or 9 years old we visited them twice - from what I can remember my uncle Abe was a real old grump." Death: 11 December 1927, in Balnarring, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 11 December 1930 p1 HARTRICK. —In loving memory of my dearly beloved husband, Abraham, who passed away at Balnarring, December 11, 1927. —Until we meet. HARTRICK . — In loving memorv of our dear father and grandfather, Abraham Hartrick, who passed away at Balnarring, December 11, 1927. Just a memory, but oh, so dear; Cherished for ever, with love sincere. —(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, P. and R. Neville, and Gwen, Jean, Joyce, and Ray.) Buried: 13 December 1927, in Crib Point, Victoria, Australia Sources: Birth: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; known to be sibling of Henry and Jane…

…Death: Victoria Death Index (14583/1927); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 11 December 1930 p1 Burial: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell…

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Family Notices

12 January 1906, Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), page 5

…Parents: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; known to be sibling of Henry and Jane from list of guests at wedding of daughter Elizabeth in Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 12 January 1906 p5 Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (1366/1882); Mary Ann birth Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; Mary Ann parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Mary Ann death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 8 October 1945 p2 ; Mary Ann burial from Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research and Ray Watkins recollection from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Victoria Death Index (14583/1927); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 11 December 1930 p1 Burial: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell…

…attended three years without missing more than two days, and also Matilda Schult who has not missed more than three days in the same time. The former girl is only 12 years of age and is in the upper sixth class, and obtained a total of 897 marks out of 1000. Matilda Schult has made exactly the same total for the fifth class. The children, after singing a few songs and giving three cheers for Mr. Andrew and the teachers, broke up for the holidays. Married: Edward John Sanford on 27 December 1905 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, Australia Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 12 January 1906 p5 WEDDING AT WARRANDYTE. SANFORD-HARTRICK. A very stylish wedding took place at Warrandyte on Wednesday, 27th ult., Miss Nellie Hartrick (eldest daughter of Mr A. Hartrick), being united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr John Sanford (eldest son of Mr. E. Sanford), both of Warrandyte. Judging by the crowd assembled at the church it was a very popular event, as every available space was taken up. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Raymond, of Doncaster. Miss Hartrick (cousin of the bride) played the Wedding March. Showers of rice met the happy couple on leaving the church. The wedding…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (entry no. 27); exact date and place from Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 12 January 1906 p5 Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing ref 19114/1964 Burial: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

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Family Notices

13 November 1926, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 17

…1945 p2 ; Mary Ann burial from Standard (Frankston, Victoria) 11 October 1945 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research and Ray Watkins recollection from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Victoria Death Index (14583/1927); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 11 December 1930 p1 Burial: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell Abraham Standish Hartrick Abraham Standish Hartrick photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Birth: 25 July 1897, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Married: Amy Marjorie Sutton on 11 September 1926 in St Bartholomew, Burnley Street, Richmond, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 HARTRICK—SUTTON.—On the 11th September, 1926 at St. Bartholomew's Church of England, Burnley street, Richmond, by the Rev. G. Gilder Abraham Standish youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartrick, of Balnarring, to Amy Marjorie youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late William Sutton, late of Mulgrave (present address, 125 Burnley street, Richmond.) Amy was born on 21 August 1905, the daughter of William Sutton, and died on 11 September 1989, aged 84. She is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1931: Richmond North, Victoria (p56 #3283) 1936: Richmond North, Victoria (p56 #33021) 1942: Richmond , Victoria (p168…

…Parents: Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (6907/1926); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy birth from Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; Amy father from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy death from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Occupation: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (23518/1974) - Ian Watkins gives an exact date of 26 September 1974 which is incompatible with the cremation date of 23 September from Springvale…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (6907/1926); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy birth from Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; Amy father from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy death from Ancestors of Ian Watkins…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (6907/1926); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy birth from Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; Amy father from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 13 November 1926 p17 ; Amy death from Ancestors of Ian Watkins…

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DECISION SET ASIDE.

25 August 1922, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

…November 1926 p17 ; Amy death from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Occupation: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (23518/1974) - Ian Watkins gives an exact date of 26 September 1974 which is incompatible with the cremation date of 23 September from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Ada Blanche (Hartrick) Letner Birth: 11 October 1885, in Victoria Baptised: 20 September 1889, in Victoria Father: Arthur Standish Hartrick Mother: Ada (Ashmore) Hartrick Married: Lewis Harris Letner in 1914 in Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 25 August 1922 p11 DECISION SET ASIDE. At the South Melbourne Court on July 11 Ada Blanche Letner charged her husband, Lewis Harris Letner, a cabinet-maker, with having left her without means of support. The Bench made an order for £2 a week, with £2/3/ costs. Letner appealed to General Sessions, and both yesterday and the day before Deputy Judge Leon listened to much argument and some evidence upon the question of which side deserted. The pair, it was shown, had lived in a boarding-house, and as the result of a series of quarrels, Mrs. Letner went away. Deputy Judge Leon held that there…

…Marriage: Victoria BMD; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 25 August 1922 p11 Death: Victoria BMD Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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Classified Advertising

19 January 1945, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 15

…side deserted. The pair, it was shown, had lived in a boarding-house, and as the result of a series of quarrels, Mrs. Letner went away. Deputy Judge Leon held that there had been no desertion, and he set aside the verdict of the lower Court, Mr. Lee Cusman and Mr. Scott Murphy engaged for Letner, and Mr. Gapman and Mr. Fraser for Mrs. Letner. Death: 1964, in Victoria, Australia Buried : 16 November 1964, at Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Ada is buried in compartment O, section 18 grave 28. Addresses: 1945: 143 Tooronga road, Glen Iris, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ) Sources: Birth: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 ; place from Victoria BMD Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Marriage: Victoria BMD; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 25 August 1922 p11 Death: Victoria BMD Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Adelaide Louisa Hartrick Birth: 1883, in Walhalla, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Education: Girl's Central High School, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Notes: Adelaide served as a nurse in the First World War. She was a trainee of the Homœopathic Hospital,…

…Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria. Ada's grave is located in compartment D section 1 grave 63. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 HARTRICK. — On December 31, at her residence, 89 Willesden road, Oakleigh, Ada, the dearly beloved wife of Arthur Standish Hartrick, and loved mother of Blanche (Mrs. H. Letner), Norman, Frederick (deceased), Cassie (Mrs. W. Smith), Oscar, and Ella (Mrs. T. Trimble), aged 77 years. ... HARTRICK. — The Funeral of the late ADA HARTRICK will leave her residence, 89 Willesden road, Oakleigh, THIS DAY, at 3.30 pm., for the Springvale Cemetery. T. RENTON. Oakleigh. UM1404. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ADA HARTRICK, Late Of Willesden Road, Oakleigh, Married Woman, Deceased. — After fourteen clear days Ada Blanche Letner, of 143 Tooronga road, Glen Iris, married woman, and Norman Standish Hartrick, of 70 Moore street, Moreland, plumber, the executors appointed by deceased's will (dated 6th April, 1941), will APPLY to the Supreme Court for PROBATE of the said WILL. EGGLESTON, EGGLESTON, and LEE, of 143 Queen street, Melbourne, solicitors. Children: Ada Blanche Hartrick (1885 - 1964) Norman Standish Hartrick (1888 - 1959) Frederick Hartrick Cassie Hartrick : Mrs W. Smith Ellen May Hartrick (1898 - 1973) : Mrs. T. Tremble Oscar…

…Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Norman Standish Hartrick Birth: 13 June 1888, in Victoria Baptised: 20 September 1889, in Victoria Father: Arthur Standish Hartrick Mother: Ada (Ashmore) Hartrick Married: Eva Amelia Beveridge in 1913 in Victoria, Australia Eva was the daughter of Alexander and Mary Ann Beveridge. Eva was cremated on 19 March 1980 at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Her remains were scattered on request. Occupation: Plumber Death: 1959, in Victoria, Australia Cremation: 20 February 1959, at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Norman's remains were scattered on request. Addresses: 1945: 70 Moore Street, Moreland, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ) Sources: Birth: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 ; place from Victoria BMD Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Marriage: Victoria BMD; Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Occupation: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 Death: Victoria BMD Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Percival George Hartrick Birth: 1883, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Occupation: Merchant. Percy worked for the Australian…

…Occupation: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 Death: Victoria BMD Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

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24 April 1945, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Parents:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6…

…'"Romany Lass" very tastefully. As Mr Hartrick had to catch the train to Cowwarr that night, the Chairman explained he would sing the song set down in the second part, and he then gave "The Sleeping Camp." Mr A. Clarke, who also seemed a favorite with his mates, sang "East and West," and was warmly applauded. Mr G. H. Bennett, M.L.A., not being present with his gramaphone, his place was ably filled by Mr Crosbie who sang "The Absent Minded Beggar,"' which closed the first part of the programme. Death: 23 April 1945, in Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia, aged 83 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p2 HARTRICK.—On April 23, at private hospital, Glen Iris, Arthur Standish, loved husband of late Ada, and loving father of Blanche (Mrs. Letner), Norman, Fred (deceased), Cassie (Mrs. Smith), Ella (Mrs. Tremble), and Oscar, aged 83 years. Buried: 24 April 1945, in Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Arthur's grave is located in compartment D section 1 grave 63. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 HARTRICK. — The Funeral of late Mr. ARTHUR S. HARTRICK will leave our chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern, THIS DAY (April 24), at conclusion of service commencing at 1.45, for Springvale Cemetery. DRAYTON &…

…gramaphone, his place was ably filled by Mr Crosbie who sang "The Absent Minded Beggar,"' which closed the first part of the programme. Death: 23 April 1945, in Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia, aged 83 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p2 HARTRICK.—On April 23, at private hospital, Glen Iris, Arthur Standish, loved husband of late Ada, and loving father of Blanche (Mrs. Letner), Norman, Fred (deceased), Cassie (Mrs. Smith), Ella (Mrs. Tremble), and Oscar, aged 83 years. Buried: 24 April 1945, in Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Arthur's grave is located in compartment D section 1 grave 63. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 HARTRICK. — The Funeral of late Mr. ARTHUR S. HARTRICK will leave our chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern, THIS DAY (April 24), at conclusion of service commencing at 1.45, for Springvale Cemetery. DRAYTON & CARSON. Sources: Birth: Age at death; exact year from Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 16 December 1902 p1 Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 with Ada last name and year from Victoria BMD; Ada birth from age at death with exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada death…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p2 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Death:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

…22 November 2011 p19 ; Herbert death, burial from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 April 1954 p17 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Norman Standish Hartrick Birth: 13 June 1888, in Victoria Baptised: 20 September 1889, in Victoria Father: Arthur Standish Hartrick Mother: Ada (Ashmore) Hartrick Married: Eva Amelia Beveridge in 1913 in Victoria, Australia Eva was the daughter of Alexander and Mary Ann Beveridge. Eva was cremated on 19 March 1980 at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Her remains were scattered on request. Occupation: Plumber Death: 1959, in Victoria, Australia Cremation: 20 February 1959, at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Norman's remains were scattered on request. Addresses: 1945: 70 Moore Street, Moreland, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ) Sources: Birth: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 ; place from Victoria BMD Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Marriage: Victoria BMD; Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

…Ian Watkins Death: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Norman Standish Hartrick Birth: 13 June 1888, in Victoria Baptised: 20 September 1889, in Victoria Father: Arthur Standish Hartrick Mother: Ada (Ashmore) Hartrick Married: Eva Amelia Beveridge in 1913 in Victoria, Australia Eva was the daughter of Alexander and Mary Ann Beveridge. Eva was cremated on 19 March 1980 at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Her remains were scattered on request. Occupation: Plumber Death: 1959, in Victoria, Australia Cremation: 20 February 1959, at Fawkner Memorial Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. Norman's remains were scattered on request. Addresses: 1945: 70 Moore Street, Moreland, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ) Sources: Birth: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 ; place from Victoria BMD Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Marriage: Victoria BMD; Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Occupation: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 Death: Victoria BMD Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Percival George Hartrick Birth: 1883, in…

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NURSES FOR THE FRONT.

28 June 1915, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 8

…; place from Victoria BMD Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p14 ; Australia Births and Baptisms batch C00343-6 Marriage: Victoria BMD; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 25 August 1922 p11 Death: Victoria BMD Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Adelaide Louisa Hartrick Birth: 1883, in Walhalla, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Education: Girl's Central High School, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Notes: Adelaide served as a nurse in the First World War. She was a trainee of the Homœopathic Hospital, and went to the front in July 1915 ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 28 June 1915 p8 ). She served on the hospital ship Sicilia. Adelaide became a staff nurse, and later sister, in the QAIMNS (Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service) and QAIMNSR (Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve) and was mentioned in dispatches on 16 March 1916 by General J. G. Maxwell, commanding the force in Egypt, for her service on hospital ships ( London Gazette 20 June 1916 p6183 ). In August 1918 Adelaide was awarded the Royal Red Cross, 2nd Class, in recognition of "valuable services with the British Forces in Mesopotamia" ( London Gazette 23 August 1918 p9967 ). Adelaide was…

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Family Notices

5 April 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Adelaide became a staff nurse, and later sister, in the QAIMNS (Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service) and QAIMNSR (Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve) and was mentioned in dispatches on 16 March 1916 by General J. G. Maxwell, commanding the force in Egypt, for her service on hospital ships ( London Gazette 20 June 1916 p6183 ). In August 1918 Adelaide was awarded the Royal Red Cross, 2nd Class, in recognition of "valuable services with the British Forces in Mesopotamia" ( London Gazette 23 August 1918 p9967 ). Adelaide was affectionately known as "Addie" Death: 4 April 1944 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 HARTRICK.—On April 4. Adelaide Louise, of 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, second daughter of the late John Standish and Florence Hartrick, and loved sister of Edith, Lionel (deceased), Laura, and Frank Cremation: 6 April 1944 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Adelaide 's remains are located at Agonis, Bed 38 rose 12 Will: dated 17 January 1938. Probate applied for by her sister Edith in May 1944. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 ADELAIDE LOUISA HARTRICK. Late Of 23 Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Spinster, Deceased.—After fourteen clear days Edith Mary Hartrick, of 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, spinster the executrix…

…Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 4 September 1900 p7 Notes: London Gazette; QAIMNS H to O Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Will: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Death:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Will: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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1 May 1944, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 10

…services with the British Forces in Mesopotamia" ( London Gazette 23 August 1918 p9967 ). Adelaide was affectionately known as "Addie" Death: 4 April 1944 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 HARTRICK.—On April 4. Adelaide Louise, of 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, second daughter of the late John Standish and Florence Hartrick, and loved sister of Edith, Lionel (deceased), Laura, and Frank Cremation: 6 April 1944 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Adelaide 's remains are located at Agonis, Bed 38 rose 12 Will: dated 17 January 1938. Probate applied for by her sister Edith in May 1944. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 ADELAIDE LOUISA HARTRICK. Late Of 23 Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Spinster, Deceased.—After fourteen clear days Edith Mary Hartrick, of 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, spinster the executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated 17th January, 1938, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. WILLIAM S. COOK & McCALLUM, solicitors, 94 Queen street, Melbourne. Sources: Birth: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; place from QAIMNS H to O Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 4 September 1900 p7 Notes: London Gazette; QAIMNS H to O Death: The Argus…

…Will: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1936 p11 Aquariums for Schools AT State school No. 773, Glenhuntly road, Caulfield, one of the teachers, Miss E. M. Hartrick, has a 12-gallon aquarium, mounted on a travelling carriage, for exhibition in several classrooms where nature study is taught. This is a capital idea, which might well be adopted in other schools. Notes: Edith acted as the executrix of the estate of her sister Adelaide in May 1944. At that time her address was 23 Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Victoria (the same address as Adelaide at her death), and she was a spinster ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 ). Edith was affectionately known as "Mollie" Death: 1957, in Chatswood district, New South Wales, Australia Sources: Birth: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: New South Wales Death Index (10189/1957) Education: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 9 December 1910 p9 Death: New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10189/1957) Elizabeth Ellen (Hartrick) Sanford Elizabeth Ellen (Hartrick) Sanford photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Birth: 27 December 1882, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, which Nellie attended from 1893-5, achieving academic excellence and being noted for having missed only two days…

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GIRLS' CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. ANNUAL PRIZE-GIVING.

4 September 1900, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 7

…Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 4 September 1900 p7 Notes: London Gazette; QAIMNS H to O Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 April 1944 p2 Will: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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Family Notices

2 January 1945, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Arthur attended the Walhalla School and was in the Second Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Ada Ashmore in 1885 in Victoria Ada was born in 1867 in Melbourne North district, Victoria, the daughter of William Ashmore and Ann Carey. She died on 31 December 1944 at her residence, 89 Willesden Road, Oakleigh, Victoria, Australia, aged 77. She was buried on 2 January 1945, in Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria. Ada's grave is located in compartment D section 1 grave 63. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 HARTRICK. — On December 31, at her residence, 89 Willesden road, Oakleigh, Ada, the dearly beloved wife of Arthur Standish Hartrick, and loved mother of Blanche (Mrs. H. Letner), Norman, Frederick (deceased), Cassie (Mrs. W. Smith), Oscar, and Ella (Mrs. T. Trimble), aged 77 years. ... HARTRICK. — The Funeral of the late ADA HARTRICK will leave her residence, 89 Willesden road, Oakleigh, THIS DAY, at 3.30 pm., for the Springvale Cemetery. T. RENTON. Oakleigh. UM1404. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 ADA HARTRICK, Late Of Willesden Road, Oakleigh, Married Woman, Deceased. — After fourteen clear days Ada…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 with Ada last name and year from Victoria BMD; Ada birth from age at death with exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 ; Ada burial from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records with correction of year from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 with Ada last name and year from Victoria BMD; Ada birth from age at death with exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 ; Ada burial from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records with correction of year from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 with Ada last name and year from Victoria BMD; Ada birth from age at death with exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 ; Ada burial from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records with correction of year from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 Occupation: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p2 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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ANDERSON'S CREEK POLICE COURT. MARCH 19TH, 1894. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Capt. Selby and Wm. Hutchinson, Esq., J.P.'s.)

23 March 1894, Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902), page 3

…1941), will APPLY to the Supreme Court for PROBATE of the said WILL. EGGLESTON, EGGLESTON, and LEE, of 143 Queen street, Melbourne, solicitors. Children: Ada Blanche Hartrick (1885 - 1964) Norman Standish Hartrick (1888 - 1959) Frederick Hartrick Cassie Hartrick : Mrs W. Smith Ellen May Hartrick (1898 - 1973) : Mrs. T. Tremble Oscar Hartrick Occupation: Police officer. Arthur was Mounted Constable No. 3780 in the Victoria Police Force. After 36 years service he retired as Sergeant 1st Class in 1922. We find mention of Constable Hartrick in various newspaper articles placing him in Andersons Creek in 1894 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 23 March 1894 p3 ) and Mirboo North in 1895 ( Traralgon Record (Victoria) 25 June 1895 p2 ). In August 1898 Arthur transferred from Mirboo North to Heyfield. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 22 August 1898 p3 HEYFIELD The "Gippslander" says:—Last week the local constable, Mr Hartrick, and his wife were entertained by the choir and members of St Mary's Church congregation Mirboo North, the occasion being their projected departure to Heyfield, Constable Hartrick being about to be transferred to that station. The entertainment took place in the church, but the very short notice given and the fact that it was bitterly bleak and…

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The Traralgon Record, PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY & FRIDAY MORNING. "It is not given unto mortals to command success but we may do more deserve it." TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1895.

25 June 1895, Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Vic. : 1886 - 1932) , page 2

…and LEE, of 143 Queen street, Melbourne, solicitors. Children: Ada Blanche Hartrick (1885 - 1964) Norman Standish Hartrick (1888 - 1959) Frederick Hartrick Cassie Hartrick : Mrs W. Smith Ellen May Hartrick (1898 - 1973) : Mrs. T. Tremble Oscar Hartrick Occupation: Police officer. Arthur was Mounted Constable No. 3780 in the Victoria Police Force. After 36 years service he retired as Sergeant 1st Class in 1922. We find mention of Constable Hartrick in various newspaper articles placing him in Andersons Creek in 1894 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 23 March 1894 p3 ) and Mirboo North in 1895 ( Traralgon Record (Victoria) 25 June 1895 p2 ). In August 1898 Arthur transferred from Mirboo North to Heyfield. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 22 August 1898 p3 HEYFIELD The "Gippslander" says:—Last week the local constable, Mr Hartrick, and his wife were entertained by the choir and members of St Mary's Church congregation Mirboo North, the occasion being their projected departure to Heyfield, Constable Hartrick being about to be transferred to that station. The entertainment took place in the church, but the very short notice given and the fact that it was bitterly bleak and cold, operated against there being a large attendance, nevertheless those present enjoyed the programme…

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING.

19 September 1898, The Maffra Spectator (Vic. : 1882 - 1920), page 3

…(1888 - 1959) Frederick Hartrick Cassie Hartrick : Mrs W. Smith Ellen May Hartrick (1898 - 1973) : Mrs. T. Tremble Oscar Hartrick Occupation: Police officer. Arthur was Mounted Constable No. 3780 in the Victoria Police Force. After 36 years service he retired as Sergeant 1st Class in 1922. We find mention of Constable Hartrick in various newspaper articles placing him in Andersons Creek in 1894 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 23 March 1894 p3 ) and Mirboo North in 1895 ( Traralgon Record (Victoria) 25 June 1895 p2 ). In August 1898 Arthur transferred from Mirboo North to Heyfield. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 22 August 1898 p3 HEYFIELD The "Gippslander" says:—Last week the local constable, Mr Hartrick, and his wife were entertained by the choir and members of St Mary's Church congregation Mirboo North, the occasion being their projected departure to Heyfield, Constable Hartrick being about to be transferred to that station. The entertainment took place in the church, but the very short notice given and the fact that it was bitterly bleak and cold, operated against there being a large attendance, nevertheless those present enjoyed the programme of sacred songs rendered by the choir. Afterwards the company were regaled with refreshments and the Rev. A. E.…

…and cold, operated against there being a large attendance, nevertheless those present enjoyed the programme of sacred songs rendered by the choir. Afterwards the company were regaled with refreshments and the Rev. A. E. Britten, in presenting a handsomely bound book of songs to Mr Hartrick, commented in well-chosen words upon the valuable services Mr and Mrs Hartrick had rendered to the choir during their sojourn in Mirboo North. Mr Hartrick suitably replied thanking those present for the beautiful gift. During the evening the choir rendered some anthems very creditably, and solos were given by Messrs Hartrick, Burchell and Gordon. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 19 September 1898 p3 MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES. A. S. Hartrick, constable at Heyfield, applied for position of Inspector of Nuisances — Resolved that he be appointed. In January 1901, Arthur exchanged stations with Constable Maher of Cuninghame ( The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 10 January 1901 p2 ) . The Coburg Leader (Victoria) 24 April 1909 p1 There was a laugh created in the Brunswick Court, on Wednesday, during the hearing of a charge of assaulting the police, preferred against two men named Wheeler and Phillips. The defence entered was that the accused did not know that complainant, who was in plain…

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THE Maffra Spectator. Published Every Monday and Thursday THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1901.

10 January 1901, The Maffra Spectator (Vic. : 1882 - 1920), page 2

…Hartrick, commented in well-chosen words upon the valuable services Mr and Mrs Hartrick had rendered to the choir during their sojourn in Mirboo North. Mr Hartrick suitably replied thanking those present for the beautiful gift. During the evening the choir rendered some anthems very creditably, and solos were given by Messrs Hartrick, Burchell and Gordon. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 19 September 1898 p3 MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES. A. S. Hartrick, constable at Heyfield, applied for position of Inspector of Nuisances — Resolved that he be appointed. In January 1901, Arthur exchanged stations with Constable Maher of Cuninghame ( The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 10 January 1901 p2 ) . The Coburg Leader (Victoria) 24 April 1909 p1 There was a laugh created in the Brunswick Court, on Wednesday, during the hearing of a charge of assaulting the police, preferred against two men named Wheeler and Phillips. The defence entered was that the accused did not know that complainant, who was in plain clothes, was a constable. Counsel for the defence was strong on that point, and elicited from the defendant Phillips that Hartrick had never said that he was a constable. In cross examination Sub-Inspector Dungey remarked, "I suppose your usual custom, when a civilian accosts you,…

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News and Notes.

24 April 1909, The Coburg Leader (Vic. : 1890 - 1913), page 1

…and Mrs Hartrick had rendered to the choir during their sojourn in Mirboo North. Mr Hartrick suitably replied thanking those present for the beautiful gift. During the evening the choir rendered some anthems very creditably, and solos were given by Messrs Hartrick, Burchell and Gordon. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 19 September 1898 p3 MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES. A. S. Hartrick, constable at Heyfield, applied for position of Inspector of Nuisances — Resolved that he be appointed. In January 1901, Arthur exchanged stations with Constable Maher of Cuninghame ( The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 10 January 1901 p2 ) . The Coburg Leader (Victoria) 24 April 1909 p1 There was a laugh created in the Brunswick Court, on Wednesday, during the hearing of a charge of assaulting the police, preferred against two men named Wheeler and Phillips. The defence entered was that the accused did not know that complainant, who was in plain clothes, was a constable. Counsel for the defence was strong on that point, and elicited from the defendant Phillips that Hartrick had never said that he was a constable. In cross examination Sub-Inspector Dungey remarked, "I suppose your usual custom, when a civilian accosts you, and you are muddled with drink, is to 'stoush' him?"…

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News and Notes.

6 May 1910, The Coburg Leader (Vic. : 1890 - 1913), page 1

…civilian accosts you, and you are muddled with drink, is to 'stoush' him?" "Oh, no," blithely responded Phillips; "but when a man in plain clothes says he is a constable; and tries to put you out of a pub., you resent it." This "give away" provoked a general laugh, and Mr. Dungey sat down smiling. The penalty of £7, in default two months' imprisonment, inflicted by the Brunswick Bench on Wednesday on the men who assaulted Constable Hartrick in the Victoria Hotel, will, it is to be hoped, have the effect of deterring others from making a nuisance of themselves. The Coburg Leader (Victoria) 6 May 1910 p1 Senior Constable A. S. Hartrick has been transferred on promotion for duty at Russell street. As a constable Mr. Hartrick has been well known and respected in Brunswick during his stay of eight or nine years. Possessed of rare tact, good sound common sense and a generally kindly, courteous manner, he has been throughout the time popular with his superior officers his comrades and with the general public and he leaves behind him a record of duty efficiently and satisfactorily done. He has many friends in Brunswick who will be glad to hear that the "Senior" will still reside in…

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886.

2 April 1886, The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), page 2

…Possessed of rare tact, good sound common sense and a generally kindly, courteous manner, he has been throughout the time popular with his superior officers his comrades and with the general public and he leaves behind him a record of duty efficiently and satisfactorily done. He has many friends in Brunswick who will be glad to hear that the "Senior" will still reside in this city. Notes: Arthur was an inventive man, gaining notice in the newspapers in 1886 for a self-registering rifle target, and in 1900 for an adjustable clump sole, the latter of which he attempted to commercialize. The Horsham Times (Victoria) 2 April 1886 p2 M R . Arthur Hartrick, who is of a mechanical turn of mind, has recently been setting his brains to work in Yarrawonga to invent a self-registering rifle target, and the Mercury understands that success has crowned his efforts beyond his sanguine expectations. The invention has been tried at the local butts before a number of competent witnesses, and has created quite a sensation. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 4 April 1901 p3 THE PATENT ADJUSTABLE CLUMP-SOLE. A GIPPSLAND INVENTION. It will be remembered we referred some time since to a remarkably simple yet extremely useful invention (an adjustable clump sole)…

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THE PATENT ADJUSTABLE CLUMP-SOLE. A GIPPSLAND INVENTION.

4 April 1901, The Maffra Spectator (Vic. : 1882 - 1920), page 3

…gaining notice in the newspapers in 1886 for a self-registering rifle target, and in 1900 for an adjustable clump sole, the latter of which he attempted to commercialize. The Horsham Times (Victoria) 2 April 1886 p2 M R . Arthur Hartrick, who is of a mechanical turn of mind, has recently been setting his brains to work in Yarrawonga to invent a self-registering rifle target, and the Mercury understands that success has crowned his efforts beyond his sanguine expectations. The invention has been tried at the local butts before a number of competent witnesses, and has created quite a sensation. The Maffra Spectator (Victoria) 4 April 1901 p3 THE PATENT ADJUSTABLE CLUMP-SOLE. A GIPPSLAND INVENTION. It will be remembered we referred some time since to a remarkably simple yet extremely useful invention (an adjustable clump sole) by Constable Hartrick, formerly of Hayfield, but now of Cuninghame. This invention has been taken up by his friends and others who see that there is money in it, and patents have been secured throughout the world. The patent is now about to be exploited, it being the intention to form a company to be registered under Part 1 of the "Companies Act, 1890" as a Limited Liability Company, having a Capital…

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THE CONCERT.

9 February 1900, Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Vic. : 1886 - 1932) , page 2

…Arthur for which he applied for patents include " A book marker usable also for advertising purposes ", " A device for minimising the concussion or jar in the heel of boots and shoes ", " An improved automatically compensating rail principally useful for hurdles and fences for jumping purposes ", " An improved adjustable save-all candle grease catcher ", " An improved combined rabbit proof fence and trap ", " Skeleton outer soles for boots and shoes " and " Improvements in floats to facilitate connection and disconnection of fishing lines " Arthur was also a noted amateur singer. The Traralgon Record (Victoria) 9 February 1900 p2 THE CONCERT. A most enjoyable concert was given in the Mechanics' Institute by the members of the team assisted by Mr A. S. Hartrick, of Cowwarr, and Mr. A. Allen, of Sale. The only drawback was that the house was not a good one, for while the front seats were fairly well filled, the back were almost empty. Mr P. P. Serjeant, president of the Traralgon Cricket Club, occupied the chair, and the programme was opened by an overture on the piano, by Mr. J. Powell, who also played the overture in the second part, and a l the accompaniments…

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Family Notices

16 December 1902, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 16 December 1902 p1 Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 with Ada last name and year from Victoria BMD; Ada birth from age at death with exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada parents from Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Ada death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 ; Ada burial from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records with correction of year from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 January 1945 p2 Occupation: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 24 April 1945 p2 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…Parents: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick…

…Parents: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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Family Notices

23 April 1954, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 17

…Joseph Stockdale in 1917 in Victoria, Australia Joseph was born on 18 June 1898, in Warragul, Victoria, the son of Thomas Stockdale and Hannah Langstaff. He was a telephone mechanic. Joseph served in the Second World War, enlisting in the Australian Army on 5 May 1941 in Albury, New South Wales and was discharged on 17 Janaury 1947, posted at that time to the Signals 3 Lines of Communications Area. At enlistment, his residence was in Wodonga, Victoria and his next of kin was Clarice Stockdale. Joseph, who was known as "Joe" was an avid golfer, tennis player and cricketer. West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Victoria) 4 September 1928 p2 TELEPHONE EXTENSION. The continuous growth of telephonic communication at the Warragul exchange, has necessitated the installation of a new and larger switchboard, which will operate 400 separate lines. The new board is being erected in the room previously occupied by the inspector, which will be a great improvement, both for the operators and the public, who have business with the postal officials. The complicated work of joining up the new lines to the switchboard, is being carried out by Mr. Joseph Stockdale, son of ex-Cr. Thomas Stockdale, of Lardner, who thus comes back to his old town and district, on…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (5683/1917); Joseph birth from WII Nominal Roll ; Joseph father from West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Victoria) 4 September 1928 p2 ; Joseph mother from England Marriage Index (4Q1878 Guisborough vol 9d p917) and Rootsweb Worldconnect (iloilo999) ; Joseph World War II service from WWII Nominal Roll  …

…as “Doctor Halley” because he always wore a stiff white collar and tie. In later years Bert’s son, Ray, worked with his father in the blacksmithing business. With the disappearance of horse transport and the introduction of mass-produced machinery, the need for the craft of the rural blacksmith swindled away. After the smithy closed down, the building stood empty for some time until it was finally dismantled to make way for the building of the panel shop in the late 1970s. Herbert died on 22 April 1954 in Balnarring, and was buried at Crib Point cemetery on 24 April 1954. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 April 1954 p17 NEVILLE, Herbert John. —On April 22, passed peacefully away at Balnarring, beloved husband of Polly, loved father of Gwen, Jean, Joyce and Ray; beloved father-in-law of Harry, Jack, and Charlie, devoted grandpa of Pam, David, Helen, Marie, Kay, Lorraine, Margaret, Gwenneth, Midgie, Neville,  and Evelyn. —A wonderful husband and father. ... NEVILLE . The Funeral of the late Mr. HERBERT JOHN NEVILLE will leave his residence, Lane road, Balnarring, TOMORROW (Saturday), at 3 p.m., for the Crib Point Cemetery. Notes: Mary was known as "Polly". She is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1914: Dromana, Victoria (p2…

…Marriage: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Victoria Registrar of BDM (3091/1911); Herbert birth from Western Port News 22 November 2011 p19 ; Herbert occupation from Western Port News 22 November 2011 p19 ; Herbert death, burial from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 April 1954 p17 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery…

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THE DRAW

15 June 1934, Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic. : 1885 - 1954), page 2

…lines to the switchboard, is being carried out by Mr. Joseph Stockdale, son of ex-Cr. Thomas Stockdale, of Lardner, who thus comes back to his old town and district, on a very important mission. Many of our readers, who remember the stirring times and wordy battles in the Shire Council, when ex-Crs. Stockdale and Strickland were taking opposite views of the road policy, will be glad to learn that the old veteran is still in good health, though not as energetic as formerly, and that all being well, he and his life-long partner hope to presently celebrate their golden wedding. Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Victoria) 15 June 1934 p2 During the week end the members of the W.G.C. [Wodonga Golf Club] took the opportunity of presenting the club secretary (Mr. J. Stockdale) with a golf bag as some recognition of the work he has done for the club. For the past few seasons Mr. Stockdale has showed marked zeal in the affairs of the W.G.C. and has not spared himself one iota in furthering its interest. The presentation was made by Mr. F. F. Whitbourn, the club president, who spoke in glowing terms of the activities of their secretary and what they meant for the club. The recipient, who…

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CAR OVER BANK PARTY HAS NARROW ESCAPE

25 July 1930, Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic. : 1885 - 1954), page 3

…thought behind it. He appreciated it considerably. He frankly admitted that his heart and soul were in the progress of the organisation, and he expressed the wish that members would see the club go on to bigger and better things. Joseph is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1924: Dandenong, Victoria (p10 #9247) 1931: Wodonga, Victoria (p10 #3038) 1936: Wodonga, Victoria (p34 #1976) 1942: Wodonga, Victoria (p38 #2212) 1949: Wodonga, Victoria (p38 #2494) 1954: Wodonga, Victoria (p52 #3094) Notes: Clarice was injured in a car accident in July 1930 when the tourer driven by her husband rolled. Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Victoria) 25 July 1930 p3 CAR OVER BANK PARTY HAS NARROW ESCAPE While returning from a dance at Yackandandah at an early hour yesterday morning, a car driven by Mr. J. Stockdale, senior telephone mechanic, of Wodonga, turned over about two miles from Yackandandah. In the car were Mrs. Stockdale, Mrs Admans, Mr. Len. Haney, Miss Nicholls and Miss Sedgwick, of Wodonga. The members of the party had an enjoyable evening and were proceeding homewards at a reasonable speed when the car, without the slightest warning, left the road and turned over an embankment about 20 feet deep. What did happen exactly no one knows,…

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Advertising

14 June 1932, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Daisy Miriam Ruth (Hartrick, Thompson) Mumford Birth: 1886, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Married (1st): Gordon Kingsley Thompson in 1906 in Perth district, Western Australia, Australia Children: Vernon George Thompson (1906 - 1928) Victor Kingsley Thompson (1910 - 2001) Married (2nd): Ernest Edward Mumford in 1928 in Perth district, Western Australia, Australia Ernest was previously married to Mary Ann Harkness on 29 August 1904 in Perth, Western Australia, and had two children, Mavis and Glendolyn. Mary Ann died on 22 March 1927. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 June 1932 p1 IN THE LOCAL COURT AT PERTH. No. 3928/1932. Between DAISY MIRIAM RUTH MUMFORD, Plaintiff, and ERNEST EDWARD MUMFORD, Defendant. To: Ernest Edward Mumford. Take notice that, a Plaint has been entered and a Summons issued against you in the above Local Court by Daisy Miriam Ruth Mumford of Canning-road, East Fremantle for the sum of £24 and costs for maintenance and an Order has been made that the publication of a notice of the entry of such Plaint in "The West Australian" shall be deemed to be good and sufficient service of the Summons upon you. The summons will be…

…1977, in Inglewood, Western Australia, Australia, aged 91 Cremation: Daisy's remains were buried in the Hartrick family grave in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. The grave is located in section AA gravesite 0006. Addresses: 1915: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( World War I Nominal Roll ) 1916: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 August 1916 p1 ) 1920: 229 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 23 July 1920 p6 ) 1932: Canning Road, East Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 June 1932 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Marriage (1st): Western Australia Marriage Index (1906/87) Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Edith Mary Hartrick Birth: 1879, in Walhalla, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Education: University…

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Family Notices

26 October 1918, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…your solicitor at the time and place abovementioned such order will be made and proceedings taken as the Magistrate may think just and expedient. Dated this 13th day of June, 1932. T. A. HANNAH, Clerk of Local Court, Perth. This notice was taken out by MESSRS. PARKER and ROE, of 19 Howard-street, Perth, Solicitors for the abovenamed plaintiff. Death: 7 September 1977, in Inglewood, Western Australia, Australia, aged 91 Cremation: Daisy's remains were buried in the Hartrick family grave in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. The grave is located in section AA gravesite 0006. Addresses: 1915: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( World War I Nominal Roll ) 1916: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 August 1916 p1 ) 1920: 229 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 23 July 1920 p6 ) 1932: Canning Road, East Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 June 1932 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Marriage (1st): Western Australia Marriage Index (1906/87) Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Marriage (1st): Western Australia Marriage Index (1906/87) Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records…

…months. Two police officers have been assigned to the place on Sunday, but complainants pay that they spend Sunday drinking in a saloon. No arrests have been made." Mr. Hartrick's family reside in Perth, and up to two years ago he was employed at Messrs. Sargood, Butler, Nichol, and Ewen. Then having a mind to travel and see the world, he went to U.S.A. and got a good position at Sargoods. One of his brothers, from whom the above cutting was obtained this morning, is employed in the Treasury. Death: 11 October 1918, in New York, United States, aged 35 The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 HARTRICK.—On October 11, 1918, at New York. U.S.A., Percy Geo Hartrick, son of Mr. Geo. Hartrick, late of Subiaco, and brother of Mrs. Daisy M. R. Thompson. 44 Hampton road, Fremantle; aged 35. By cable. Census: 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : George P. Hartrick is single, aged 27 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Australia. He immigrated to the United States in 1905. Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Occupation: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5 ; Western…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Occupation: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5 ; Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 7 September 1901 p60 Death: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1…

…Death: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1

…Francisco, California, and lists her occupation as "graduate nurse". She states that she emigrated to the United States arriving in Seattle, Washington, on 9 February 1917 aboard the "Princess Victoria" from Vancouver, Canada. Occupation: Nurse. Rosina was admitted to the Army Nurse Corps as a 2nd Lieutenant in 1922, and assigned to the Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco ( The Pacific Coast Journal of Nursing January 1922 p174 ) Death: 12 February 1967, in Alameda, California, United States Buried: Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo county, California, United States. Rosina is buried in section 2E site 2398-B Census & Addresses: 1910: Seattle Ward 4, King county, Washington 1918: 432 Summit Ave., Seattle, Washington   ( declaration of intent number 11656 ) 1920: King county, Washington 1923: 720 Jones St, San Francisco, California   ( naturalization petition ) 1930: Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, California Sources: Birth: California Northern US District Court petition 5361 Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 Marriage: In 1930 census Rosina is unmarried, in her father's death notice at The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 she is listed as Mrs. Ball (Oakland, California) Occupation: naturalization petition ;…

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Family Notices

2 August 1916, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…expedient. Dated this 13th day of June, 1932. T. A. HANNAH, Clerk of Local Court, Perth. This notice was taken out by MESSRS. PARKER and ROE, of 19 Howard-street, Perth, Solicitors for the abovenamed plaintiff. Death: 7 September 1977, in Inglewood, Western Australia, Australia, aged 91 Cremation: Daisy's remains were buried in the Hartrick family grave in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. The grave is located in section AA gravesite 0006. Addresses: 1915: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( World War I Nominal Roll ) 1916: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 August 1916 p1 ) 1920: 229 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 23 July 1920 p6 ) 1932: Canning Road, East Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 June 1932 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Marriage (1st): Western Australia Marriage Index (1906/87) Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death…

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NEWS AND NOTES.

23 July 1920, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 6

…taken out by MESSRS. PARKER and ROE, of 19 Howard-street, Perth, Solicitors for the abovenamed plaintiff. Death: 7 September 1977, in Inglewood, Western Australia, Australia, aged 91 Cremation: Daisy's remains were buried in the Hartrick family grave in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. The grave is located in section AA gravesite 0006. Addresses: 1915: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( World War I Nominal Roll ) 1916: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 August 1916 p1 ) 1920: 229 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 23 July 1920 p6 ) 1932: Canning Road, East Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 June 1932 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Marriage (1st): Western Australia Marriage Index (1906/87) Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board…

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MUMFORD—HARKNESS.

10 September 1904, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 41

…Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2…

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Family Notices

31 March 1927, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 2

…Marriage (2nd): Western Australia Marriage Index (1928/939); Ernest first marriage from Western Australia Marriage Index (1904/1572) with exact date from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 September 1904 p41 ; Ernest children from first marriage and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records…

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PRESENTATIONS.

20 September 1913, Fitzroy City Press (Vic. : 1881 - 1920), page 2

…and Mary Ann death from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 31 March 1927 p2 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Edith Mary Hartrick Birth: 1879, in Walhalla, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Education: University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Edith was studying pure mathematics at the university in 1910. Occupation: Teacher. Edith was a teacher at the Bell Street State School in Fitzroy, Victoria in 1913 when she left to teach at the Alfred Crescent School, also in Fitzroy. She was a teacher at State School 777 in Caulfield, Victoria, in 1936. Fitzroy City Press (Victoria) 20 September 1913 p2 PRESENTATIONS. There was a very pleasant little function at Bell-street State School last Wednesday afternoon, when occasion was taken to mark the departure of two members of the teaching staff, viz. Misses Edith Hartrick and Daisy Grattan. The former is leaving to take up a higher position at the Alfred Crescent School, North Fitzroy, and Miss Grattan crosses the road to assist at the special school in Bell-street. Miss Fleming (head of the school), on be half of the teaching staff and scholars, handed to Miss Hartrick several articles which are useful on a lady's dressing-table; and to Miss Grattan…

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AQUARIUM & AVIARY NOTES

7 March 1936, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

…Fleming (head of the school), on be half of the teaching staff and scholars, handed to Miss Hartrick several articles which are useful on a lady's dressing-table; and to Miss Grattan was given b handsome silver hot water-jug. Miss Fleming made a neat little speech, in, the course of which she expressed the regret felt by herself and the children at the departure of two such efficient and popular teachers as Misses Grattan and Hartrick. The ladles named made suitable responses. Miss Rose Nigan succeeds Miss Hartrick, and Miss Lilian Crellin takes up temporary duty in place of Miss Grattan. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1936 p11 Aquariums for Schools AT State school No. 773, Glenhuntly road, Caulfield, one of the teachers, Miss E. M. Hartrick, has a 12-gallon aquarium, mounted on a travelling carriage, for exhibition in several classrooms where nature study is taught. This is a capital idea, which might well be adopted in other schools. Notes: Edith acted as the executrix of the estate of her sister Adelaide in May 1944. At that time her address was 23 Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Victoria (the same address as Adelaide at her death), and she was a spinster ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 May 1944 p10…

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UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. ANNUAL EXAMINATION. NOVEMBER, 1910. RESULTS.

9 December 1910, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 9

…Education: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 9 December 1910 p9 Death: New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10189/1957)…

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AFDERSON'S CREEK STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.

27 December 1895, Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902), page 3

…as "Mollie" Death: 1957, in Chatswood district, New South Wales, Australia Sources: Birth: Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: New South Wales Death Index (10189/1957) Education: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 9 December 1910 p9 Death: New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10189/1957) Elizabeth Ellen (Hartrick) Sanford Elizabeth Ellen (Hartrick) Sanford photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Birth: 27 December 1882, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, which Nellie attended from 1893-5, achieving academic excellence and being noted for having missed only two days of school in three years. The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 AFDERSON'S CREEK STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL DISTRBUTION OF PRIZES. On Friday last, the 20th inst., the annual distribution of prizes took place at Anderson's Creek State school. The Chairman of the Templestowe Board of Advice, Mr. A. Andrew, presented the prizes to the successful scholars. Before doing so he gave a short address to the scholars, in which he praised them for the excellent work done during the year, and hoped the prizes would encourage them to greater things. He said a first-class education was given at the State schools if parents liked to avail themselves of it. Competition was now…

…Observer (Victoria) 12 January 1906 p5 Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing ref 19114/1964 Burial: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Elsie Maude (Hartrick) Oliver Elsie Maud Hartrick photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Wedding photo of Henry Nuson Oliver and Elsie Maud Hartrick photo from Dianne Gething Birth: 4 December 1887, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, Victoria. Elsie is noted as being in II. Class in 1895 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 ) and in III. Class in 1896  ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 January 1896 p5 ). Married: Henry Nuson Oliver on 24 July 1907 in St Stephen, Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, Australia. I love that the gift of the mother of the bride to the newlyweds was a cow! Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 OLIVER-HARTRICK Our Warrandyte correspondent writes: — One of the largest weddings ever celebrated here took place at St. Stephen's Church of England on Wednesday, July 24th, the contracting parties being Mr. Harry Oliver and Miss E. Hartrick, second oldest daughter of Mr.…

…Roll ; businessman - The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Death: Western Australian Death Index (1939 Fremantle 1790); The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Cremation: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 ; memorial location from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Will: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15 William Hartrick Birth: 24 August 1885, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, Victoria. William is noted as being in IV. Class in 1895 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 ) and in V. Class in 1896  ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 January 1896 p5 ) when he won a special prize for composition. Grace Johanna Meta Protz photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Married: Grace Johanna Meta Protz in 1910 in Victoria, Australia Grace was born in 1892 in Fitzroy North, Victoria, the daughter of Edward Max Ulrich Protz and Mary Nielson. She is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1914: Abbotsford, Victoria (p1 #2401) 1919: Barkley ward, Victoria (p22 #1253) 1931: Ferntree Gully, Victoria (p50 #2928) 1936: Walhalla, Victoria (p7 #370) 1954: Carrum, Victoria…

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ANDERSON'S CREEK STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.

1 January 1897, Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902), page 5

…roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing ref 19114/1964 Burial: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Elsie Maude (Hartrick) Oliver Elsie Maud Hartrick photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Wedding photo of Henry Nuson Oliver and Elsie Maud Hartrick photo from Dianne Gething Birth: 4 December 1887, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, Victoria. Elsie is noted as being in II. Class in 1895 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 ) and in III. Class in 1896  ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 January 1896 p5 ). Married: Henry Nuson Oliver on 24 July 1907 in St Stephen, Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, Australia. I love that the gift of the mother of the bride to the newlyweds was a cow! Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 OLIVER-HARTRICK Our Warrandyte correspondent writes: — One of the largest weddings ever celebrated here took place at St. Stephen's Church of England on Wednesday, July 24th, the contracting parties being Mr. Harry Oliver and Miss E. Hartrick, second oldest daughter of Mr. A. Hartrick. The ceremony was most impressively performed by the Rev. Mr. Raymond. The church was…

…Australian Death Index (1939 Fremantle 1790); The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Cremation: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 ; memorial location from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Will: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15 William Hartrick Birth: 24 August 1885, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, Victoria. William is noted as being in IV. Class in 1895 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 ) and in V. Class in 1896  ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 January 1896 p5 ) when he won a special prize for composition. Grace Johanna Meta Protz photo from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Married: Grace Johanna Meta Protz in 1910 in Victoria, Australia Grace was born in 1892 in Fitzroy North, Victoria, the daughter of Edward Max Ulrich Protz and Mary Nielson. She is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1914: Abbotsford, Victoria (p1 #2401) 1919: Barkley ward, Victoria (p22 #1253) 1931: Ferntree Gully, Victoria (p50 #2928) 1936: Walhalla, Victoria (p7 #370) 1954: Carrum, Victoria (p62 #3694) Grace died on 30 April 1982, in Bentleigh, Victoria, Australia, aged 90, and she…

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OLIVER—HARTRICK.

2 August 1907, Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record (Vic. : 1902 - 1917), page 5

…Hartrick photo from Dianne Gething Birth: 4 December 1887, in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria Father: Abraham Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Ann (Watkins) Hartrick Education: Anderson's Creek State School, Victoria. Elsie is noted as being in II. Class in 1895 ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 27 December 1895 p3 ) and in III. Class in 1896  ( The Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 1 January 1896 p5 ). Married: Henry Nuson Oliver on 24 July 1907 in St Stephen, Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, Australia. I love that the gift of the mother of the bride to the newlyweds was a cow! Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 OLIVER-HARTRICK Our Warrandyte correspondent writes: — One of the largest weddings ever celebrated here took place at St. Stephen's Church of England on Wednesday, July 24th, the contracting parties being Mr. Harry Oliver and Miss E. Hartrick, second oldest daughter of Mr. A. Hartrick. The ceremony was most impressively performed by the Rev. Mr. Raymond. The church was very prettily decorated with arches of wattle blossoms and a beautiful wedding bell was hung close to the altar, over the bride. The bride was given away by her father, and wore a very handsome dress of cream silk and a beautiful…

…Marriage: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 2 August 1907 p5 Occupation: Evelyn Observer (Victoria) 13 March 1903 p5 Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Ancestors of Ian Watkins Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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SOCIAL BREVITIES

10 August 1916, The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter (Moonee Ponds, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), page 2

…; Peter ocuupation from Ancestors of Ian Watkins ; Peter death from Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery with place from Rootsweb Worldconnect (googsey) ; Peter burial from Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Notes: Electoral roll research from Ancestors of Ian Watkins Death: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery ; place from Ancestors of Ian Watkins citing Ewen Mitchell Burial: Australian Cemeteries: Crib Point Cemetery Frank Standish Hartrick Birth: 1890, in Tuena district, New South Wales Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Married: Isobel Jarvie McNish on 8 July 1916 in St Stephen, Philip Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter (Moonee Ponds, Victoria) 10 August 1916 p2 On Saturday, 8th July, a quiet wedding was celebrated by the Rev. John Ferguson at St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Phillip street, Sydney, when Mr. Frank Standish, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrick, Elsternwick, was married to Miss Isobel Jarvie, second youngest daughter of Mrs. Erickson, Greenvale and the late Mr. John McNish, Ascot Vale. The bride took with her many handsome presents from her personal friends; also from the nursing staff at the Base Hospital, St. Kilda road. Present address: "Elswick," Upper Pitt street, Kirribilli, Sydney. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 HARTRICK—McNISH.—On the 8th…

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Family Notices

5 August 1916, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 13

…Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter (Moonee Ponds, Victoria) 10 August 1916 p2 On Saturday, 8th July, a quiet wedding was celebrated by the Rev. John Ferguson at St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Phillip street, Sydney, when Mr. Frank Standish, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrick, Elsternwick, was married to Miss Isobel Jarvie, second youngest daughter of Mrs. Erickson, Greenvale and the late Mr. John McNish, Ascot Vale. The bride took with her many handsome presents from her personal friends; also from the nursing staff at the Base Hospital, St. Kilda road. Present address: "Elswick," Upper Pitt street, Kirribilli, Sydney. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 HARTRICK—McNISH.—On the 8th July, at St. Stephen's, Philip street, Sydney, by the Rev. John Ferguson, Frank Standish, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrick, Elsternwick, to Isobel Jarvie, second daughter of Mrs. Ereckson, ???vale, and the late John McNish. Present address, "Elswick," Upper Pitt street, Kirribilli, Sydney. Isobel was the daughter of John McNish and Mary. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 August 1950 p11 MRS. W. H. PEATE, who recently returned from England, gave a lunch at the Pickwick Club yesterday in honour of Mrs. Frank Hartrick, of Pymble, who will leave in the Orcades on Saturday for…

…will stay with her daughter, Miss June Hartrick, who was a dietitian at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and is now attached to a London hospital. Isobel died on 6 April 1959, in Wollstonecraft, New South Wales. Death notice HARTRICK, Isabell Jarvie.—April 6, 1959, of Wollstonecraft, wife of the late F. S. Hartrick, of Pymble, and dearly loved mother of Margaret, June and Alison. Occupation: Businessman. Frank was the managing director of Taubmans Ltd. Death: 30 October 1949, at his home on Mayfield Avenue, Pymble, New South Wales, Australia. Frank committed suicide by hanging himself from rafters in his garage. The Sydney Morning Herald 1 November 1949 p13 Hanged In Garage Mr. Frank S. Hartrick, 59, managing director of Taubmans Ltd., was found hanged by his wife in the garage at his home in Mayfield Avenue, Pymble, on Sunday night. Mrs. Hartrick had been out in her car and she found her husband's body hanging from a rafter when she entered the garage. Mr. Hartrick returned from a business trip abroad a few weeks ago. He had been in bad health. Will: dated 6 February 1948. Probate was applied for by Isobel Jarvis Hartrick, the sole executrix. Sources: Birth: New South Wales Birth Index (Tuena 34216/1890) Parents: New…

…Marriage: New South Wales Marriage Index (Sydney 9013/1916); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 ; Isobel father from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 ; Isobel mother from New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10565/1959); Isobel death from New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10565/1959) with excat date and place from death notice…

…Marriage: New South Wales Marriage Index (Sydney 9013/1916); exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 ; Isobel father from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 ; Isobel mother from New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10565/1959); Isobel death from New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 10565/1959) with excat date and place from death notice…

…Death: New South Wales Death Index (Chatswood 25756/1949); exact date, place and manner of death from The Sydney Morning Herald 1 November 1949 p13 Will: The Sydney Morning Herald 15 November 1949 p14…

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This Week In Town

17 August 1950, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…Ascot Vale. The bride took with her many handsome presents from her personal friends; also from the nursing staff at the Base Hospital, St. Kilda road. Present address: "Elswick," Upper Pitt street, Kirribilli, Sydney. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 5 August 1916 p13 HARTRICK—McNISH.—On the 8th July, at St. Stephen's, Philip street, Sydney, by the Rev. John Ferguson, Frank Standish, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrick, Elsternwick, to Isobel Jarvie, second daughter of Mrs. Ereckson, ???vale, and the late John McNish. Present address, "Elswick," Upper Pitt street, Kirribilli, Sydney. Isobel was the daughter of John McNish and Mary. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 August 1950 p11 MRS. W. H. PEATE, who recently returned from England, gave a lunch at the Pickwick Club yesterday in honour of Mrs. Frank Hartrick, of Pymble, who will leave in the Orcades on Saturday for twelve months' abroad. While in England, Mrs. Hartrick will stay with her daughter, Miss June Hartrick, who was a dietitian at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and is now attached to a London hospital. Isobel died on 6 April 1959, in Wollstonecraft, New South Wales. Death notice HARTRICK, Isabell Jarvie.—April 6, 1959, of Wollstonecraft, wife of the late F. S. Hartrick, of Pymble, and dearly loved…

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Advertising

15 November 1949, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…Will: The Sydney Morning Herald 15 November 1949 p14

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MINING INTELLIGENCE.

24 September 1867, Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), page 3

…in Melbourne on 2 September 1855. They settled first in Ballarat and then in Walhalla where George was a mine manager for many years. In 1864 he was manager of a gold mine in Costerfield, Victoria, the Longfellow's Gold Mine in 1867, and was manager of the Empress mine in Walhalla which opened in 1870. In 1881 he was a mining manager in Andersons Creek, Victoria ( marriage certificate of his son George ). Many more details of his life can be found in Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 24 September 1867 p3 LONGFELLOW'S GOLD MINING COMPANY (Registered).—The mining manager, under date the 14th inst., reports that at a special general meeting of this company, held on the 12th inst., the proffered resignation of the general manager, Mr Hartrick, was accepted, but a new agreement was arranged and entered into between the company and Mr Hartrick by virtue of which he resumes the general management for twelve months certain. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 23 August 1870 p3 Empress Gold Mining Company (Registered). — According to appointment this company's crushing plant was christened on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. The preparations in the shape of…

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Family Notices

20 May 1904, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…). Many more details of his life can be found in Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 24 September 1867 p3 LONGFELLOW'S GOLD MINING COMPANY (Registered).—The mining manager, under date the 14th inst., reports that at a special general meeting of this company, held on the 12th inst., the proffered resignation of the general manager, Mr Hartrick, was accepted, but a new agreement was arranged and entered into between the company and Mr Hartrick by virtue of which he resumes the general management for twelve months certain. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 23 August 1870 p3 Empress Gold Mining Company (Registered). — According to appointment this company's crushing plant was christened on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. The preparations in the shape of a good supply of champagne, wines, beer, &c. were upon the usual liberal scale peculiar to the Walhalla mining companies. The band was present under the leadership of Mr Gorman, and enlivened the proceedings considerably by playing several fashionable airs in their usual style. Mr Henry Rosales came forward to the engine platform and bade the guests who were assembled a hearty welcome, informed them that the first item on the programme was…

…but happily they were now surmounted. He could not allow this opportunity to pass without stating that the shareholders had paid their calls like bricks; they also had to thank the Bank of Victoria for the invaluable assistance rendered by that corporation to the Empress Company. He had now a most pleasing duty to perform, and that was to propose the healths of Messrs Hoey, Graham, Matheson, and Roberts, who had all done their best, and had each performed the share of work allotted to them like men. Death: 18 May 1904, in Nazareth House Nursing Home, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 May 1904 p1 HARTRICK.—On the 18th May, at Ballarat, George Standish Hartrick, formerly of Walhalla and Bendigo, aged 75. A colonist of 53 years. Buried: 19 May 1904 in Ballarat New Cemetery, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, aged 75. George is buried in section 8 grave 44 Sources: Birth: Age at death; exact date and place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Baptism: Rootsweb WorldConnect (willperf) Parents: Father from Ireland Marriages batch M70206-8 ; mother from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Education: Rootsweb WorldConnect (willperf) Marriage: Ireland Marriages batch M70206-8 Notes: Rootsweb WorldConnect (willperf) ; Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 May 1904 p1 ; exact place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds)…

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Family Notices

31 August 1901, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 9

…the son of George Standish Hartrick, a mining manager, and Mary Matilda Syms. He is a miner, resident in Anderson's Creek. Elizabeth Stiggants is recorded as a spinster, aged 19, born in Andersons Creek, Victoria, Australia, the daughter of Henry Stiggants, a miner, and Miriam Houghton. Elizabeth was born in 1861 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, the daughter of Henry Stiggants and Miriam Houghton. She died on 5 August 1901, at "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia, aged 39, after a three week illness, and was buried on 6 August 1901, in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 HARTRICK.—On the 5th August, 1901, at "Wellesley," Subiaco, W.A., Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of George Hartrick, second daughter of H. and M. Stiggants, Warrandyte, Victoria, and sister of H. Stiggants, S. J. McGill, and R. S. Crooks, aged 39 years. The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 HARTRICK.-The Friends of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, are respectfully invited to follow the Remains of his late beloved Wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Congregational Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his Residence, Wellesley, Subiaco-road, off Coghlan-road, Subiaco, at 3…

…Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE HARTRICK are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday) at 2 p.m. BURTON BROS., Undertakers, Main street Lilydale 'Phone 11. Census & Addresses: 1892: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 ) 1907: "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 ) 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : G. Hartrick, head, is widowed, aged 52 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Ireland. 1911: Ymir riding, Kootenay, British Columbia 1934: 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Marriage certificate ; exact month and year from 1911 census Parents: Marriage certificate Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place…

…Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4…

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Family Notices

6 August 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…in 1861 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, the daughter of Henry Stiggants and Miriam Houghton. She died on 5 August 1901, at "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia, aged 39, after a three week illness, and was buried on 6 August 1901, in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 HARTRICK.—On the 5th August, 1901, at "Wellesley," Subiaco, W.A., Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of George Hartrick, second daughter of H. and M. Stiggants, Warrandyte, Victoria, and sister of H. Stiggants, S. J. McGill, and R. S. Crooks, aged 39 years. The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 HARTRICK.-The Friends of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, are respectfully invited to follow the Remains of his late beloved Wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Congregational Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his Residence, Wellesley, Subiaco-road, off Coghlan-road, Subiaco, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. The half-past 3p.m. train from Perth stops at Karrakatta. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Undertaker and Embalmer, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan-street, Kalgoorlie. Tel. 137. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 August 1901 p63 THE LATE MRS. HARTRICK. The funeral of…

…Creek (a.k.a. Warrandyte), Victoria, the daughter of Henry Stiggants and Miriam Houghton. She died on 5 August 1901, at "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia, aged 39, after a three week illness, and was buried on 6 August 1901, in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 HARTRICK.—On the 5th August, 1901, at "Wellesley," Subiaco, W.A., Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of George Hartrick, second daughter of H. and M. Stiggants, Warrandyte, Victoria, and sister of H. Stiggants, S. J. McGill, and R. S. Crooks, aged 39 years. The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 HARTRICK.-The Friends of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, are respectfully invited to follow the Remains of his late beloved Wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Congregational Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his Residence, Wellesley, Subiaco-road, off Coghlan-road, Subiaco, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. The half-past 3p.m. train from Perth stops at Karrakatta. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Undertaker and Embalmer, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan-street, Kalgoorlie. Tel. 137. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 August 1901 p63 THE LATE MRS. HARTRICK. The funeral of the late Mrs.…

…Victoria, the daughter of Henry Stiggants and Miriam Houghton. She died on 5 August 1901, at "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia, aged 39, after a three week illness, and was buried on 6 August 1901, in the Congregational section of the Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 HARTRICK.—On the 5th August, 1901, at "Wellesley," Subiaco, W.A., Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of George Hartrick, second daughter of H. and M. Stiggants, Warrandyte, Victoria, and sister of H. Stiggants, S. J. McGill, and R. S. Crooks, aged 39 years. The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 HARTRICK.-The Friends of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, are respectfully invited to follow the Remains of his late beloved Wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Congregational Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his Residence, Wellesley, Subiaco-road, off Coghlan-road, Subiaco, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. The half-past 3p.m. train from Perth stops at Karrakatta. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Undertaker and Embalmer, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan-street, Kalgoorlie. Tel. 137. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 August 1901 p63 THE LATE MRS. HARTRICK. The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hartrick, wife of Mr.…

…Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4…

…Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4…

…Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 Marriage (2nd): Marriage certificate ; Rose birth from baptism certificate - The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 February 1879 p1 has the date as 30 January 1879; Rose baptism, parents from baptism certificate ; Rose education from Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose career from A Bit of History and Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose death from death certificate with exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 ; Rose cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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THE LATE MRS. HARTRICK.

10 August 1901, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 63

…H. Stiggants, S. J. McGill, and R. S. Crooks, aged 39 years. The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 HARTRICK.-The Friends of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, are respectfully invited to follow the Remains of his late beloved Wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Congregational Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his Residence, Wellesley, Subiaco-road, off Coghlan-road, Subiaco, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. The half-past 3p.m. train from Perth stops at Karrakatta. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Undertaker and Embalmer, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan-street, Kalgoorlie. Tel. 137. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 10 August 1901 p63 THE LATE MRS. HARTRICK. The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hartrick, wife of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, took place on Tuesday afternoon, in the Congregational portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery, and was attended by a large number of friends. The chief mourners, were Mr. Hartrick (husband), Masters Percy, Victor and Cecil (sons). The pall-bearers were Mr. F. D. Good, Mr. P. Collett, Mr. F. Hawley, Mr. J. P. Wade, Mr. J. Brebber, Mr. E. Berry The following sympathisers sent wreaths:—Victor and Percy, Daisy and Rosy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Coultas, Mr. F. J. Huelin, Mr. and…

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OBITUARY.

16 August 1901, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 3

…Mr. J. Brebber, Mr. E. Berry The following sympathisers sent wreaths:—Victor and Percy, Daisy and Rosy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Coultas, Mr. F. J. Huelin, Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Shotter, Mr. Edmondstone, employees Messrs. Sargood, Butler Nichol and Ewen, Mr. A. Edmondstone, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stronach, Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall, Miss Colls, Mr. Bailey Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Cowell, Mr. S. Bremer, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Campbell, and Mrs. M. D. Meityre. The Rev. Mr. Ernest Davies officiated at the grave, and the funeral arrangements were carried but by Mr. Donald J. Chipper, of Perth and Kalgoorlie. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 OBITUARY. The many friends of Mr Geo. Hartrick in Benalla district will regret to hear that that gentleman's much beloved mate—namely, his wife—is dead, news of the sad event reaching the E NSIGN from Subiaco, a suburb of Perth (Western Australia) on Wednesday morning last. In the words of our informant (the deceased lady's son, Victor), "she breathed her last on Monday, 5th inst., at 5 a.m., after an illness lasting three weeks to the hour. She was buried the following day in Karrakatta cemetery. Death came very suddenly. My father called me before the hour named to go for…

…Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4…

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Family Notices

2 June 1920, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Elizabeth Hartrick (1896 - 1979) Married (2nd): Rose Ada Walker on 29 May 1920, in St John, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia George Hartrick is recorded as a widower, with three living and three dead children. He is aged 62, born in Ballarat, the son of George Standish Hartrick and Mary Matilda Sims. He is a clerk and resident at 3 Paxton Street, E. Malvern. Ada Rose Walker is recorded as a spinster, aged 41, born in Bendigo, the daughter of Arthur Frederick Walker, deceased, and Mary Campbell McPherson. She is an artist and resident at 3 Paxton Street, E. Malvern. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 2 June 1920 p1 HARTRICK—WALKER.—On the 29th May at St. John's E. Malvern, by the Rev H. R. Hewett, George, son of the late G. Standish Hartrick, to Rose A., daughter of the late A. F. Walker, of Bendigo, and late Mrs. Mary Campbell Walker, of E. Malvern. Rose Ada Walker from a Christmas card c.1900 image from Tim Hartrick "News from the Front" watercolour by Rose Ada Walker (1900) held at the Castlemaine Art Gallery image from Castlemaine Art Gallery and Museum "Sweet Sixteen" watercolour by Rose Ada Walker (1919) image from artabase.net Rose was born on 31 January 1879 in Sandhurst, Victoria,…

…Marriage (2nd): Marriage certificate ; Rose birth from baptism certificate - The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 February 1879 p1 has the date as 30 January 1879; Rose baptism, parents from baptism certificate ; Rose education from Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose career from A Bit of History and Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose death from death certificate with exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 ; Rose cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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Family Notices

1 February 1879, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…painter. She was a native of Melbourne, Victoria and a foundation member of "Twenty Melbourne Painters" and her work was exhibited with the Victorian Artists’ Society and the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors. Examples of her work are preserved at the Castlemaine Gallery. Rose also worked as an art teacher. Rose died on 20 June 1942 at Austin Hospital, Heidelburg, Victoria, aged 63, of myocarditis, an infection of the heart. She was cremated at the Springvale Botanical cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, on 22 June 1942. A rose memorial is located there in Grevillea garden 1 bed B3 rose 50. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 February 1879 p1 WALKER. —On the 30th ult., at Sandhurst, Mrs. A. F. Walker of a daughter. Design & Art Australia Online Painter and miniaturist, was born at Walhalla, one of the eight children of Arthur and Mary Walker. Her father, Chief Government Mining Engineer for Victoria, was based at Walhalla and Bendigo. Walker studied art under Arthur T. Woodward at the Bendigo School of Mines before undertaking further studies in Melbourne under the tonal realist painter, Max Meldrum (c.1918). From 1903 Rose exhibited with the Victorian Artists’ Society; in 1914 she showed two watercolours, Primroses and A Sunset (each for sale at…

…Marriage (2nd): Marriage certificate ; Rose birth from baptism certificate - The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 February 1879 p1 has the date as 30 January 1879; Rose baptism, parents from baptism certificate ; Rose education from Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose career from A Bit of History and Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose death from death certificate with exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 ; Rose cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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Family Notices

27 June 1942, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…of 'Twenty Melbourne Painters’ and exhibited with it until 1940. [Her painting of a bowl of roses, Sweet Eighteen 1929, was offered at Sotheby’s Melbourne on 28 November 2000, lot 166 (ill.).] Walker worked as an art teacher at private and public schools, including the Melbourne University High School. She was also a member of the Victorian Artists’ Society and the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors. During the 1920s she exhibited regularly at the Athenaeum Gallery, Melbourne; reviewers praised her delicate sense of colour and her knowledge of values. After her marriage, she exhibited as Mrs George Hartrick. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 HARTRICK — On June 20, at Austin Hospital, Rose Ada (nee Walker), widow of George, loving mother of Tom, sister of Mary (Mrs. Dodd, deceased) Arthur Walker (deceased), Herbert Walker (W.A.), Lilian (Mrs. Fisher, England) and Esther (deceased) and Ramsay (deceased) ... HARTRICK.—The Funeral of the late ADA ROSE HARTRICK will leave the East Malvern office of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 847 Dandenong road THIS DAY (Monday) at 9 a.m. for the Springvale Crematorium. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Win. 66. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 October 1942 p11 ROSE ADA HARTRICK, Deceased. — Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1926, notice…

…Marriage (2nd): Marriage certificate ; Rose birth from baptism certificate - The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 1 February 1879 p1 has the date as 30 January 1879; Rose baptism, parents from baptism certificate ; Rose education from Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose career from A Bit of History and Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose death from death certificate with exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 ; Rose cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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6 October 1942, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

…knowledge of values. After her marriage, she exhibited as Mrs George Hartrick. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 HARTRICK — On June 20, at Austin Hospital, Rose Ada (nee Walker), widow of George, loving mother of Tom, sister of Mary (Mrs. Dodd, deceased) Arthur Walker (deceased), Herbert Walker (W.A.), Lilian (Mrs. Fisher, England) and Esther (deceased) and Ramsay (deceased) ... HARTRICK.—The Funeral of the late ADA ROSE HARTRICK will leave the East Malvern office of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 847 Dandenong road THIS DAY (Monday) at 9 a.m. for the Springvale Crematorium. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Win. 66. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 October 1942 p11 ROSE ADA HARTRICK, Deceased. — Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1926, notice is hereby given that all creditors and persons having any debts or claims against the estate of Rose Ada Hartrick, late of 11 Dundonald avenue, East Malvern, in the State of Victoria, widow, deceased (who died on the twentieth day of June, 1942), and letters of administration of whose estate, with the will dated the twenty-fourth day of September, 1935, annexed, were granted by the Supreme Court of Victoria. in its Probate Jurisdiction, on the nineteenth day of September 1942, to THE TRUSTEES EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED,…

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THE North-Eastern Ensign PUBLISHED AT BENALLA. TUESDAY, JULY 30TH, 1895. The Budget.

30 July 1895, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…debt or claim it shall not then have had notice. Dated this fifth day of October, 1942. RYLAH & ANDERSON, of 349 Collins street, Melbourne, solicitors for the said company. Occupation: George started as a miner in Warrandyte ( marriage certificate ) and later became the Sheriff's Officer in Benalla, Victoria. Mention is found of George serving as sheriff's officer from September 1889 until 1895 when, faced with a pay reduction, he resigned his position and moved to Western Australia, leaving on 19 September 1895. Amongst the items put up for auction before his departure was his Newfoundland dog, Argus. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 30 July 1895 p2 It is the intention of Mr Geo. Hartrick, sheriff's officer at Benalla, to resign his position shortly. His reason for so doing is owing to recent retrenchment in the Crown Law department, by which subsidies to sheriff's officers have been stopped. By this means Mr Hartrick's position be comes so unremunerative that he does not think it worth while holding it any longer. It is his intention to leave Benalla in about six weeks' time and settle in Perth, Western Australia. As a vocalist Mr Hartrick will prove a loss to Benalla. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September…

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17 September 1895, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 30 July 1895 p2 It is the intention of Mr Geo. Hartrick, sheriff's officer at Benalla, to resign his position shortly. His reason for so doing is owing to recent retrenchment in the Crown Law department, by which subsidies to sheriff's officers have been stopped. By this means Mr Hartrick's position be comes so unremunerative that he does not think it worth while holding it any longer. It is his intention to leave Benalla in about six weeks' time and settle in Perth, Western Australia. As a vocalist Mr Hartrick will prove a loss to Benalla. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 Furniture Sale. Under instructions from Mr G. Hartrick (who is leaving the colony) M R JOHN HASSETT will sell, without reserve, on the premises, Byrne-street, on Wednesday, 18th September, at one o'clock sharp— A choice collection of furniture and effects, consisting of—Splendid mirror chiffonier (cedar), 7 tables (various sizes and sorts), pictures, large assortment of chairs, safe, clock, crockeryware and china tea set, hall stand (metal), linoleums, wardrobe and chests drawers (cedar), washstands and ware, bedsteads, bedding and child's double cot, looking glasses, verandah blinds, copying press, Trade Circular complete for last 7 years, 16 gal. copper (quite new), carpenter's…

…Springvale cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. His grave is located in compartment F section 13 grave 36. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE HARTRICK are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday) at 2 p.m. BURTON BROS., Undertakers, Main street Lilydale 'Phone 11. Census & Addresses: 1892: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 ) 1907: "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 ) 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : G. Hartrick, head, is widowed, aged 52 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Ireland. 1911: Ymir riding, Kootenay, British Columbia 1934: 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Marriage certificate ; exact month and year from 1911 census Parents:…

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THE North-Eastern Ensign PUBLISHED AT BENALLA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1895. National Cankeys.

20 September 1895, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Wednesday, 18th September, at one o'clock sharp— A choice collection of furniture and effects, consisting of—Splendid mirror chiffonier (cedar), 7 tables (various sizes and sorts), pictures, large assortment of chairs, safe, clock, crockeryware and china tea set, hall stand (metal), linoleums, wardrobe and chests drawers (cedar), washstands and ware, bedsteads, bedding and child's double cot, looking glasses, verandah blinds, copying press, Trade Circular complete for last 7 years, 16 gal. copper (quite new), carpenter's bench and tool chest combined, the pure-bred Newfoundland dog "Argus"; also, a quantity of useful household sundries too numerous to particularise. No reserve. - Terms cash. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 20 September 1895 p2 Mr G. Hartrick, the late local sheriff's officer, left Benalla yesterday morning, en route for "fresh fields and pastures new." He intends staying in Melbourne for a few weeks, and then proceeding to Perth, Western Australia. We understand that a numerously signed testimonial has been presented to Mr Hartrick bearing evidence of the exemplary manner in which he carried out his duties whilst in Benalla. George became the Perth representative of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, a non-profit life insurance company. In 1909 he went to the United States and landed up in Vancouver working as an accountant for the…

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PERSONAL.

3 November 1902, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…as an accountant for the Canadian Pacific Hotel System before returning to Australia and locating to East Malvern, Victoria. Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12: During 1913 he was employed by the Canadian Pacific Hotel System, operating from Vancouver, B.C., Canada. He completed his mission, viz. opened up businesses for [our] Company with the United States before returning to Australia. [Your] experience and knowledge may be of great use to the Hudson’s Bay Company …. He spent some time at Banff and Kicking Horse Pass before returning to Australia. Notes: In Benalla, George was well known for his exceptional bass singing voice, while Elizabeth grew prize winning chrysanthemums ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 11 May 1894 p2 ). The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 30 June 1893 p2 Mr Hartrick followed with a song "the Skipper." He was in good form, and his rendering of the number with which he was entrusted was a treat, and was listened to with rapt attention. Of course he was loudly encored, and he replied with "the Midshipmite ;" Mrs Hartrick played his accompaniments with true artistic effect. Extraordinarily, George was to…

…to lose substantial property by fire twice in the time he spent in Western Australia. The first time was right on arrival - George and family arrived in Fremantle aboard the arriving aboard the steamer Innamincka on 24 October 1895 ( The Daily News (Perth Western Australia) 24 October 1895 p2 ) and on 29 October a fire broke out at the Fremantle customs shed that destroyed most of the cargoes, including passengers' luggage, of the Innamincka and the Tangiers , although we learned later that  two cases of George's furniture were recovered so it was not a total loss. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 12 November 1895 p5 It has been reported locally that Mr George Hartrick, who left Benalla some time ago for Western Australia, had suffered it loss through the whole of his furniture being burnt in the recent fire which destroyed the Perth Custom house. Since that report was circulated, a letter has been received by a local resident from a friend in Perth to the effect that two cases of Mr Hartrick's furniture had been recovered unharmed from among the ruins of the building, so that the loss referred to is not its great as at first reported. In February 1902 George made a…

…Society, one of the strongest assurance institutions of its kind in the world. Notwithstanding the way in which it is decried in some quarters, Mr Hartrick says that Wes tern Australia is one of the most promising states in the union and that the people there are now beginning to realise that it is splendidly adapted for wheat-growing. Mr Hartrick is at present the guest of Mr Standish, of Goorambat, and when he has trans acted some business he has to attend to here will return to Westralia with the intention of stopping there during the rest of his life. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 3 November 1902 p5 Mr. George Hartrick, city representative of the A.M.P. Society, has been for more than a week laid aside with an attack of Bright's disease. ( Bright's disease is a kidney disease) The second fire disaster to befall George and his family occurred in November 1904 when George's house in Subiaco, Western Australia, was completely destroyed in a fire started by an explosion of an oil stove. Fire at Subiaco: Mr. G. Hartrick's House photo by Shaw Bros., 2 Kimberley street, Leederville image from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 12 November 1904 p27 Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 12 November 1904…

…Western Australia) 12 November 1904 p27 Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 12 November 1904 p33 FIRE AT SUBIACO. (See Illustration.) A six-roomed weatherboard house, at Subiaco, occupied and owned by Mr. G. Hartrick was completely destroyed by fire last week. The Subiaco Fire Brigade, assisted by the Metropolitan and Leederville Brigades, endeavoured to subdue the flames, but owing to some difficulty being experienced in obtaining water their efforts were of little avail, and the place was completely gutted. The houses adjoining, however, were prevented from being damaged beyond scorching. The house was insured for £450 and the furniture for £200. In 1909 George sold his household furniture in preparation for a move to the United States. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 Mr. Chas. Sommers announces that he will conduct a sale of household furniture and effects, on account of Mr. G. Hartrick (who is leaving for America), at "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco-road, opposite Mueller-road, Subiaco, to-day (Thursday), at 11 o'clock. Included in the lots to be disposed of are a genuine John Brinsmead and Son piano, rattan arm and occasional chairs, bedroom suite, extension dining table, bed and table linen, a large collection of aboriginal weapons…

…Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Occupation: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 Death: Victoria BMD Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Percival George Hartrick Birth: 1883, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Occupation: Merchant. Percy worked for the Australian multinational importers and wholesale merchants Sargood, Butler, Nichol, and Ewen both in Perth (where we find mention of him as an employee in 1901) and in the United States (where it seems the firm simply used the name Sargoods). Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The Musical Competition did not bring forth as many entries as it was expected it would, but, nevertheless, the competitors gave a good account of themselves. For the violin solo Master Percy Hartrick was awarded first for "The Legacy,"' and a certificate for "The Watch by the Rhine." In 1898 Percy, then fifteen, and his brother Victor were charged in the City Police Court and with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without…

…comparative penalties imposed in this respect, Dr. Roth declares that, while a native gets three years' imprisonment for killing a beast for food, a white man who steals a black gin from her husband at the point of the revolver is subjected to a fine of only £5. Dr. Roth has called 42 witnesses in support of his allegations, 13 of the number being priests attached to mission stations. It will thus he seen that Dr. Roth is on solid ground regarding his accusations. The immorality of the whites among the blacks is, according to his statements, most appalling. Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The boot blacking contest was provocative of much merriment, the winner turning up in Victor Hartrick; his brother Percy being second ; the winning time being a min. 9 sec. In 1898 Victor, then sixteen, and his brother Percy were charged in the City Police Court with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs…

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CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW.

11 May 1894, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick published in the Irish Palatine Association Journal No. 12: During 1913 he was employed by the Canadian Pacific Hotel System, operating from Vancouver, B.C., Canada. He completed his mission, viz. opened up businesses for [our] Company with the United States before returning to Australia. [Your] experience and knowledge may be of great use to the Hudson’s Bay Company …. He spent some time at Banff and Kicking Horse Pass before returning to Australia. Notes: In Benalla, George was well known for his exceptional bass singing voice, while Elizabeth grew prize winning chrysanthemums ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 11 May 1894 p2 ). The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 30 June 1893 p2 Mr Hartrick followed with a song "the Skipper." He was in good form, and his rendering of the number with which he was entrusted was a treat, and was listened to with rapt attention. Of course he was loudly encored, and he replied with "the Midshipmite ;" Mrs Hartrick played his accompaniments with true artistic effect. Extraordinarily, George was to lose substantial property by fire twice in the time he spent in Western Australia. The first time was right on arrival - George and family arrived in Fremantle aboard…

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE AND SOCIAL UNION.

30 June 1893, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Palatine Association Journal No. 12: During 1913 he was employed by the Canadian Pacific Hotel System, operating from Vancouver, B.C., Canada. He completed his mission, viz. opened up businesses for [our] Company with the United States before returning to Australia. [Your] experience and knowledge may be of great use to the Hudson’s Bay Company …. He spent some time at Banff and Kicking Horse Pass before returning to Australia. Notes: In Benalla, George was well known for his exceptional bass singing voice, while Elizabeth grew prize winning chrysanthemums ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 11 May 1894 p2 ). The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 30 June 1893 p2 Mr Hartrick followed with a song "the Skipper." He was in good form, and his rendering of the number with which he was entrusted was a treat, and was listened to with rapt attention. Of course he was loudly encored, and he replied with "the Midshipmite ;" Mrs Hartrick played his accompaniments with true artistic effect. Extraordinarily, George was to lose substantial property by fire twice in the time he spent in Western Australia. The first time was right on arrival - George and family arrived in Fremantle aboard the arriving aboard the steamer Innamincka on 24 October 1895 (…

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. DEPARTURES.—OCTOBER 23.

24 October 1895, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 2

…Mr Hartrick followed with a song "the Skipper." He was in good form, and his rendering of the number with which he was entrusted was a treat, and was listened to with rapt attention. Of course he was loudly encored, and he replied with "the Midshipmite ;" Mrs Hartrick played his accompaniments with true artistic effect. Extraordinarily, George was to lose substantial property by fire twice in the time he spent in Western Australia. The first time was right on arrival - George and family arrived in Fremantle aboard the arriving aboard the steamer Innamincka on 24 October 1895 ( The Daily News (Perth Western Australia) 24 October 1895 p2 ) and on 29 October a fire broke out at the Fremantle customs shed that destroyed most of the cargoes, including passengers' luggage, of the Innamincka and the Tangiers , although we learned later that  two cases of George's furniture were recovered so it was not a total loss. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 12 November 1895 p5 It has been reported locally that Mr George Hartrick, who left Benalla some time ago for Western Australia, had suffered it loss through the whole of his furniture being burnt in the recent fire which destroyed the Perth Custom house. Since…

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LARGE FIRE IN PERTH. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £50,000. PERTH, MONDAY.

29 October 1895, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 5

…of the number with which he was entrusted was a treat, and was listened to with rapt attention. Of course he was loudly encored, and he replied with "the Midshipmite ;" Mrs Hartrick played his accompaniments with true artistic effect. Extraordinarily, George was to lose substantial property by fire twice in the time he spent in Western Australia. The first time was right on arrival - George and family arrived in Fremantle aboard the arriving aboard the steamer Innamincka on 24 October 1895 ( The Daily News (Perth Western Australia) 24 October 1895 p2 ) and on 29 October a fire broke out at the Fremantle customs shed that destroyed most of the cargoes, including passengers' luggage, of the Innamincka and the Tangiers , although we learned later that  two cases of George's furniture were recovered so it was not a total loss. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 12 November 1895 p5 It has been reported locally that Mr George Hartrick, who left Benalla some time ago for Western Australia, had suffered it loss through the whole of his furniture being burnt in the recent fire which destroyed the Perth Custom house. Since that report was circulated, a letter has been received by a local resident from…

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THE North - Eastern Ensign PUBLISHED AT BENALLA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1902. Municipal Wisdom.

14 February 1902, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…suffered it loss through the whole of his furniture being burnt in the recent fire which destroyed the Perth Custom house. Since that report was circulated, a letter has been received by a local resident from a friend in Perth to the effect that two cases of Mr Hartrick's furniture had been recovered unharmed from among the ruins of the building, so that the loss referred to is not its great as at first reported. In February 1902 George made a visit back to Benalla, where he received sympathy in  the local newspaper on the recent loss of his wife. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 14 February 1902 p2 Mr Geo. Hartrick, an old favorite Benallaite, who, with his wife and family, left here six years ago and settled in Perth, Western Australia, has been in our midst during the past week. As might be expected, Mr Hartrick has been the recipient of all-round greetings from his many friends. As our readers will remember from reports which have already appeared in the E NSIGN , Mr Hartrick sustained serious losses by his visit to the state named, all his furniture being destroyed at Perth railway station, whilst his next misfortune was that of the loss of his wife by…

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. FIRE AT SUBIACO. (See Illustration.)

12 November 1904, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 33

…Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 3 November 1902 p5 Mr. George Hartrick, city representative of the A.M.P. Society, has been for more than a week laid aside with an attack of Bright's disease. ( Bright's disease is a kidney disease) The second fire disaster to befall George and his family occurred in November 1904 when George's house in Subiaco, Western Australia, was completely destroyed in a fire started by an explosion of an oil stove. Fire at Subiaco: Mr. G. Hartrick's House photo by Shaw Bros., 2 Kimberley street, Leederville image from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 12 November 1904 p27 Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 12 November 1904 p33 FIRE AT SUBIACO. (See Illustration.) A six-roomed weatherboard house, at Subiaco, occupied and owned by Mr. G. Hartrick was completely destroyed by fire last week. The Subiaco Fire Brigade, assisted by the Metropolitan and Leederville Brigades, endeavoured to subdue the flames, but owing to some difficulty being experienced in obtaining water their efforts were of little avail, and the place was completely gutted. The houses adjoining, however, were prevented from being damaged beyond scorching. The house was insured for £450 and the furniture for £200. In 1909 George sold his household furniture in preparation for a move to the United…

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NEWS AND NOTES.

8 July 1909, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…AT SUBIACO. (See Illustration.) A six-roomed weatherboard house, at Subiaco, occupied and owned by Mr. G. Hartrick was completely destroyed by fire last week. The Subiaco Fire Brigade, assisted by the Metropolitan and Leederville Brigades, endeavoured to subdue the flames, but owing to some difficulty being experienced in obtaining water their efforts were of little avail, and the place was completely gutted. The houses adjoining, however, were prevented from being damaged beyond scorching. The house was insured for £450 and the furniture for £200. In 1909 George sold his household furniture in preparation for a move to the United States. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 Mr. Chas. Sommers announces that he will conduct a sale of household furniture and effects, on account of Mr. G. Hartrick (who is leaving for America), at "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco-road, opposite Mueller-road, Subiaco, to-day (Thursday), at 11 o'clock. Included in the lots to be disposed of are a genuine John Brinsmead and Son piano, rattan arm and occasional chairs, bedroom suite, extension dining table, bed and table linen, a large collection of aboriginal weapons postcard camera, and a large quantity of general furnishings. Death: 15 December 1934, at his residence, 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 76 The…

…that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday) at 2 p.m. BURTON BROS., Undertakers, Main street Lilydale 'Phone 11. Census & Addresses: 1892: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 ) 1907: "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 ) 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : G. Hartrick, head, is widowed, aged 52 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Ireland. 1911: Ymir riding, Kootenay, British Columbia 1934: 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Marriage certificate ; exact month and year from 1911 census Parents: Marriage certificate Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact…

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Family Notices

17 December 1934, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…p5 Mr. Chas. Sommers announces that he will conduct a sale of household furniture and effects, on account of Mr. G. Hartrick (who is leaving for America), at "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco-road, opposite Mueller-road, Subiaco, to-day (Thursday), at 11 o'clock. Included in the lots to be disposed of are a genuine John Brinsmead and Son piano, rattan arm and occasional chairs, bedroom suite, extension dining table, bed and table linen, a large collection of aboriginal weapons postcard camera, and a large quantity of general furnishings. Death: 15 December 1934, at his residence, 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 76 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. —On the 15th December, at his residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern. George, beloved husband of Rose, and loving father of Tom, aged 76 years. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK.—On December 15, at East Malvern, George, (late of Subiaco), the beloved husband of Rose, and father of Victor (deceased), Percy (deceased), Daisy (Mrs. Mumford; Claremont), Rose (Mrs. Ball, Oakland, California); Cecil (deceased), Laura (Mrs. Norgard, Victoria Park), and Thomas (East Malvern); in his 77th year Buried: 17 December 1934, in Springvale cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. His grave is located in compartment F section…

…15th December, at his residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern. George, beloved husband of Rose, and loving father of Tom, aged 76 years. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK.—On December 15, at East Malvern, George, (late of Subiaco), the beloved husband of Rose, and father of Victor (deceased), Percy (deceased), Daisy (Mrs. Mumford; Claremont), Rose (Mrs. Ball, Oakland, California); Cecil (deceased), Laura (Mrs. Norgard, Victoria Park), and Thomas (East Malvern); in his 77th year Buried: 17 December 1934, in Springvale cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. His grave is located in compartment F section 13 grave 36. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE HARTRICK are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday) at 2 p.m. BURTON BROS., Undertakers, Main street Lilydale 'Phone 11. Census & Addresses: 1892: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901…

…Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 ) 1907: "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 ) 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : G. Hartrick, head, is widowed, aged 52 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Ireland. 1911: Ymir riding, Kootenay, British Columbia 1934: 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 ) Sources: Birth: Marriage certificate ; exact month and year from 1911 census Parents: Marriage certificate Marriage (1st): Marriage certificate ; Elizabeth birth from Victoria BMD (1861/12946) with place from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth parents from marriage certificate ; Elizabeth death from Western Australia Death Index (1901/2395) with exact date and place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 and manner of death from The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 16 August 1901 p3 ; Elizabeth burial from The West Australian ( Perth, Western Australia ) 6 August 1901 p4 Marriage (2nd): Marriage certificate ; Rose birth from…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

…months. Two police officers have been assigned to the place on Sunday, but complainants pay that they spend Sunday drinking in a saloon. No arrests have been made." Mr. Hartrick's family reside in Perth, and up to two years ago he was employed at Messrs. Sargood, Butler, Nichol, and Ewen. Then having a mind to travel and see the world, he went to U.S.A. and got a good position at Sargoods. One of his brothers, from whom the above cutting was obtained this morning, is employed in the Treasury. Death: 11 October 1918, in New York, United States, aged 35 The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 HARTRICK.—On October 11, 1918, at New York. U.S.A., Percy Geo Hartrick, son of Mr. Geo. Hartrick, late of Subiaco, and brother of Mrs. Daisy M. R. Thompson. 44 Hampton road, Fremantle; aged 35. By cable. Census: 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : George P. Hartrick is single, aged 27 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Australia. He immigrated to the United States in 1905. Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1 Occupation: The Daily…

…light whilst amongst us, in that he was able to relate the fact that his parents reside in a suburb of the Western State and that they are prospering, having overcome the misfortune, which befel them after leaving here, by the destruction by fire of their belongings at the Perth railway station. Victor served in the No.1 W. A. Battery of the Australian Field Artillery, reaching the rank of sergeant ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14 December 1907 p15 ). Death: 9 December 1907, at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, aged 25, of diphtheria The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 DEATH. HARTRICK.—On December 9, 1907, at 168 Subiaco road, Subiaco, Victor Standish Hartrick, eldest son of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, Perth, W.A., in his 25th year. Melbourne papers please copy. Buried: 10 December 1907, in the Congregational section, Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. His grave is located in section AA grave 0006. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 FUNERAL NOTICES. HARTRICK.—The Friends of the late Mr. Victor Standish Hartrick, of the Colonial Treasurer's Office, Perth, are respectfully invited to follow his remains…

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22 December 1934, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…to-day (Thursday), at 11 o'clock. Included in the lots to be disposed of are a genuine John Brinsmead and Son piano, rattan arm and occasional chairs, bedroom suite, extension dining table, bed and table linen, a large collection of aboriginal weapons postcard camera, and a large quantity of general furnishings. Death: 15 December 1934, at his residence, 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 76 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. —On the 15th December, at his residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern. George, beloved husband of Rose, and loving father of Tom, aged 76 years. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK.—On December 15, at East Malvern, George, (late of Subiaco), the beloved husband of Rose, and father of Victor (deceased), Percy (deceased), Daisy (Mrs. Mumford; Claremont), Rose (Mrs. Ball, Oakland, California); Cecil (deceased), Laura (Mrs. Norgard, Victoria Park), and Thomas (East Malvern); in his 77th year Buried: 17 December 1934, in Springvale cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. His grave is located in compartment F section 13 grave 36. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE HARTRICK are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 Death: Washington Death Certificates (listed as Jasper Henry Ceicle Hartvick) Burial: findagrave.com…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 Marriage: In 1930 census Rosina is unmarried, in her father's death notice at The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 she is listed as Mrs. Ball (Oakland, California) Occupation: naturalization petition ; findagrave.com Death: California Death Index Burial: findagrave.com…

…Marriage: In 1930 census Rosina is unmarried, in her father's death notice at The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 she is listed as Mrs. Ball (Oakland, California)…

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7 June 1892, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…(Mrs. Norgard, Victoria Park), and Thomas (East Malvern); in his 77th year Buried: 17 December 1934, in Springvale cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. His grave is located in compartment F section 13 grave 36. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 HARTRICK. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE HARTRICK are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Springvale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 3 Paxton street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday) at 2 p.m. BURTON BROS., Undertakers, Main street Lilydale 'Phone 11. Census & Addresses: 1892: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 7 June 1892 p2 ) 1895: Byrne Street, Benalla, Victoria  ( The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 17 September 1895 p2 ) 1901: "Wellesley", Subiaco, Western Australia ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1901 p9 ) 1907: "Wollesley", 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 8 July 1909 p5 ) 1910: Seattle Ward 5, King county, Washington : G. Hartrick, head, is widowed, aged 52 and born in Australia. His father and mother were both born in Ireland. 1911: Ymir riding, Kootenay, British Columbia 1934: 3 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria   ( The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17…

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27 June 1884, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Design & Art Australia Online ; Rose death from death certificate with exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1942 p2 ; Rose cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 17 December 1934 p1 Burial: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Henrietta Mary (Hartrick) Neilson Henrietta Mary (Hartrick) Neilson photo from Helen Pillerine The house in Yarram, Victoria, where Minnie Hartrick lived. photo from Helen Pillerine Birth: 16 November 1864, in Costerfield, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Married: Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson on 24 June 1884 in Christ Church, Tarraville, Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Marriages. NEILSON—HARTRICK — On the 24th inst., at Christ Church, Tarraville, by the Rev. H. A. Betts, Robert C. C. Neilson of Stratford, to Minnie, youngest daughter of G. S. Hartrick, Port Albert. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 27 June 1884 p3 That ever popular and interesting ceremony, the tying of the Gordian knot, was performed in the Church of England, Tarraville, on Tuesday last. The officiating minister was the Rev. H. A. Betts, the most deeply interested parties to the contract (says the Standard ) being Mr Robert Neilson and Miss Minnie Hartrick. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law…

…Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Henrietta Mary (Hartrick) Neilson Henrietta Mary (Hartrick) Neilson photo from Helen Pillerine The house in Yarram, Victoria, where Minnie Hartrick lived. photo from Helen Pillerine Birth: 16 November 1864, in Costerfield, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Married: Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson on 24 June 1884 in Christ Church, Tarraville, Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Marriages. NEILSON—HARTRICK — On the 24th inst., at Christ Church, Tarraville, by the Rev. H. A. Betts, Robert C. C. Neilson of Stratford, to Minnie, youngest daughter of G. S. Hartrick, Port Albert. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 27 June 1884 p3 That ever popular and interesting ceremony, the tying of the Gordian knot, was performed in the Church of England, Tarraville, on Tuesday last. The officiating minister was the Rev. H. A. Betts, the most deeply interested parties to the contract (says the Standard ) being Mr Robert Neilson and Miss Minnie Hartrick. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law Mr S. Symonds, and a number of friends of the happy couple were present to wish them prosperity as they drove away in the direction of Sale, en route to their new home at Fernbank, near Stratford. Children: Robert Allan…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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26 May 1938, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 10

…Symonds, and a number of friends of the happy couple were present to wish them prosperity as they drove away in the direction of Sale, en route to their new home at Fernbank, near Stratford. Children: Robert Allan Neilson (1885 - 1963) Ellen Maud Neilson (1886 - 1960) Frances Isobel Neilson (1888 - 1967) Ivy Henrietta Neilson (1892 - 1978) Roy Standish Neilson (1895 - 1959) Keith Arthur Neilson (1898 - 1982) Eric Reginald Bruce Neilson (1900 - 1989) Vivian Felix Henry Neilson (1906 - 1975) Notes: Known as "Minnie". Death: 25 May 1938, in Caulfield, Victoria, Australia, aged 73 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 NEILSON . — On the 25th May, Henrietta Mary, of 10 Narong road, Caulfield, widow of the late R. C. Neilson (late of Traralgon), and loving mother of Allan, Ella, Frances, Ivy, Roy, Keith, Eric, and Vivian, aged 73 years. Buried: 26 May 1938, in Traralgon cemetery, Traralgon, Victoria, Australia. The grave location is NSCE-C057. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 N EILSON.—-The Friends of Mrs. HENRIETTA MARY NEILSON are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Traralgon Cemetery. The funeral will leave her residence, 10 Narong road, Caulfield North, THIS DAY (Thursday, 26th May,…

…Death:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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26 May 1938, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 10

…(1895 - 1959) Keith Arthur Neilson (1898 - 1982) Eric Reginald Bruce Neilson (1900 - 1989) Vivian Felix Henry Neilson (1906 - 1975) Notes: Known as "Minnie". Death: 25 May 1938, in Caulfield, Victoria, Australia, aged 73 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 NEILSON . — On the 25th May, Henrietta Mary, of 10 Narong road, Caulfield, widow of the late R. C. Neilson (late of Traralgon), and loving mother of Allan, Ella, Frances, Ivy, Roy, Keith, Eric, and Vivian, aged 73 years. Buried: 26 May 1938, in Traralgon cemetery, Traralgon, Victoria, Australia. The grave location is NSCE-C057. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 N EILSON.—-The Friends of Mrs. HENRIETTA MARY NEILSON are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Traralgon Cemetery. The funeral will leave her residence, 10 Narong road, Caulfield North, THIS DAY (Thursday, 26th May, 1938), at 10.30 a.m., arriving at cemetery at 2 p.m. Sources: Birth: year from Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick; exact date and place from Helen Pillerine Parents: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10…

…Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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20 April 1878, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…and place from Helen Pillerine Parents: Wexford to Walhalla by Standish R. Hartrick Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 Burial: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 26 May 1938 p10 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records Jane (Hartrick) Symonds Birth: 1856, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Jane attended the Walhalla School and was awarded a prize in Geographical Drawing in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Married: Samuel Symonds on 15 April 1878 in Anderson's Creek (a.k.a Warrandyte), Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 April 1878 p1 SYMONDS — HARTRICK.—On the 15th inst., at Warrandyte, by the Rev. A. W. Cresswell, Samuel, third son of Edw. S. Symonds, Esq., Under-treasurer, to Jane, eldest daughter of Geo. S. Hartrick, Esq., late of Walhalla. Children: George Standish Symonds (1879 - 1958) Harry Stace Symonds (1880 - 1963) Frederick Heatley Symonds (1882 - 1962) Hilda Marjorie Symonds (1885 - 1951) Edgar Bell Symonds (1892 - 1964) Samuel Victor Symonds (1897 - 1924) Death: 28 August 1942, in a private hospital, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. At the time of her death, Jane was resident at 5 Paxton Street, East…

…Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 April 1878 p1 Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 April 1878 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 ; residence from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9 Burial: Boroondara General Cemetery records ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2…

…Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 20 April 1878 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 ; residence from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9 Burial: Boroondara General Cemetery records ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2…

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31 August 1942, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…the 15th inst., at Warrandyte, by the Rev. A. W. Cresswell, Samuel, third son of Edw. S. Symonds, Esq., Under-treasurer, to Jane, eldest daughter of Geo. S. Hartrick, Esq., late of Walhalla. Children: George Standish Symonds (1879 - 1958) Harry Stace Symonds (1880 - 1963) Frederick Heatley Symonds (1882 - 1962) Hilda Marjorie Symonds (1885 - 1951) Edgar Bell Symonds (1892 - 1964) Samuel Victor Symonds (1897 - 1924) Death: 28 August 1942, in a private hospital, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. At the time of her death, Jane was resident at 5 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 SYMONDS. —On August 29, at a private hospital, East Malvern, Jane, beloved wife of the late Samuel Symonds of 5 Paxton street, East Malvern, and loved mother of George, Harry, Hilda (Mrs. McCaul), Edgar and Victor (deceased), aged 85 years. Buried: 31 August 1942 in Boroondara General Cemetery, Kew, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. Jane is buried with her husband in grave IND A 0449. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 SYMONDS. —The Funeral of the late Mrs JANE SYMONDS will leave Drayton and Garson's chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern THIS DAY (Monday, August 31) at 3.30 p.m. to…

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31 August 1942, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…1942, in a private hospital, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. At the time of her death, Jane was resident at 5 Paxton Street, East Malvern, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 SYMONDS. —On August 29, at a private hospital, East Malvern, Jane, beloved wife of the late Samuel Symonds of 5 Paxton street, East Malvern, and loved mother of George, Harry, Hilda (Mrs. McCaul), Edgar and Victor (deceased), aged 85 years. Buried: 31 August 1942 in Boroondara General Cemetery, Kew, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. Jane is buried with her husband in grave IND A 0449. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 SYMONDS. —The Funeral of the late Mrs JANE SYMONDS will leave Drayton and Garson's chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern THIS DAY (Monday, August 31) at 3.30 p.m. to the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew DRAYTON & GARSON U1228 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9 CREDITORS, next of kin, and all others having CLAIMS against the estate of JANE SYMONDS late of 5 Paxton street, East Malvern, Victoria, widow, deceased, who died on 28th August, 1942, are required to SEND PARTICULARS thereof to George Standish Symonds, administrator of the said estate, with the will and codicil of the said Jane Symonds,…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 ; residence from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9…

…Burial: Boroondara General Cemetery records ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2

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6 January 1943, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 8

…East Malvern, Jane, beloved wife of the late Samuel Symonds of 5 Paxton street, East Malvern, and loved mother of George, Harry, Hilda (Mrs. McCaul), Edgar and Victor (deceased), aged 85 years. Buried: 31 August 1942 in Boroondara General Cemetery, Kew, Victoria, Australia, aged 85. Jane is buried with her husband in grave IND A 0449. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 SYMONDS. —The Funeral of the late Mrs JANE SYMONDS will leave Drayton and Garson's chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern THIS DAY (Monday, August 31) at 3.30 p.m. to the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew DRAYTON & GARSON U1228 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9 CREDITORS, next of kin, and all others having CLAIMS against the estate of JANE SYMONDS late of 5 Paxton street, East Malvern, Victoria, widow, deceased, who died on 28th August, 1942, are required to SEND PARTICULARS thereof to George Standish Symonds, administrator of the said estate, with the will and codicil of the said Jane Symonds, deceased, annexed thereto, care of the undersigned on or before the 8th day of March, 1943, otherwise they may be excluded when the assets are being dis- tributed. Dated the 5th day of January, 1943. T. W. BRENNAN, B.A., LL.B., 116 Queen street, Melbourne,…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2 ; residence from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 6 January 1943 p9 Burial: Boroondara General Cemetery records ; The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 31 August 1942 p2…

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MINING ENGINEER PASSES Death of Mr. John S. Hartrick

26 February 1928, Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), page 16

…image from Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16

…in Pekin and elsewhere. Mr. Hartrick has good opinions of the Chinese in the interior. They are a different people altogether from those in the coastal districts. Mr. Hartrick says that although no one can deny that Christianity is a more unlifting religion than Confucianism, no good is done by endeavouring to foist a foreign religion on to people who do not want it, and who laugh at us because we are split up into so many different sects, and do not ourselves follow the religion we professed. Death: February 1928, at his home in Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Victoria, Australia Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16 MINING ENGINEER PASSES Death of Mr. John S. Hartrick There died at Elsternwick, Victoria, recently, Mr. John S. Hartrick, a mining engineer who played his part in the early development of the mining industry in this State. Coming to Western Australia in 1894, he was early on the Murchison, where be represented much British capital, and rendered valuable assistance to prospectors and others in opening up some of the leases which, subsequently became valuable gold producers. Amongst the properties he was connected with, were the Edna May, at Westonia, which he bought and later floated a company to work, the…

…Education: Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16 Marriage: Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Florence birth from England Birth Index (3Q1855 Clifton vol 6a p119); Florence baptism, parents from Bristol Parish Registers film 4202151 with mother's surname from England Marriage Index (2Q1840 Bristol vol 11 p183); Florence parents from the death notice of her sister Edith in The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 28 December 1937 p11 ; Florence death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 10 January 1938 p11 ; Florence cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Occupation: Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16 Death: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 21 February 1928 p6 Cremation: Springvale Botanical…

…Occupation: Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16 Death: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 21 February 1928 p6 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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10 January 1938, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

…Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: Ballarat School of Mines, Ballarat, Victoria Married: Florence Weekes in 1877 in Victoria Florence was born in 1855 in Clifton district , Gloucestershire, and baptised on 24 June 1855 in St John the Evangelist, Clifton, Gloucestershire, the daughter of Henry Weekes and Eliza Morgan . She died on 8 January 1938 at her residence, 23 Hoddle Street, Elsternwick, Victoria, aged 82, and was cremated on 10 January 1938 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale, Victoria, Australia. Florence's remains are located with her husband's at Grevillea, Garden 1 bed B2 rose 33 The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 10 January 1938 p11 DEATHS. HARTRICK.—On the 8th January, at her residence. 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, Florence, widow of the late John Standish Hartrick, and dearly loved mother of Edith, Lionel, Adelaide, Laura, and Frank, in her 83rd year. ... HARTRICK.—The funeral of the late FLORENCE HARTRICK will leave her residence, 23 Hoddle street, Elsternwick, THIS DAY (Monday), at 1.30 p.m. for the Crematorium, Springvale. Children: Edith Mary Hartrick (1879 - 1957) William Lionel Hartrick (1880 - 1939) Adelaide Louise Hartrick (1883 - 1944) Laura Elizabeth Hartrick (1884 - 1966) Florence Dulcie Hartrick (1887 - 1891) Frank Standish Hartrick (1890 - 1949) Occupation: Mining…

…Marriage: Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Florence birth from England Birth Index (3Q1855 Clifton vol 6a p119); Florence baptism, parents from Bristol Parish Registers film 4202151 with mother's surname from England Marriage Index (2Q1840 Bristol vol 11 p183); Florence parents from the death notice of her sister Edith in The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 28 December 1937 p11 ; Florence death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 10 January 1938 p11 ; Florence cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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29 October 1887, Northern Territory Times and Gazette (Darwin, NT : 1873 - 1927), page 2

…before studying at the Ballarat School of Mines. In 1887 he was appointed to manage the Jackson's Reef mine in Kimberley, Western Australia, causing controversy with a condemnatory report on the mine. John moved to Murchison, Western Australia in 1894. Amongst the properties he was connected with, were the Edna May, at Westonia, which he bought and later floated a company to work, the Empress, at Lennonville, and the Fingall Extended at Cue. In 1902 George went to Egypt where he operated a 5500 square mile concession and later traveled on business to Harbin, China, returning to Australia in 1912. Northern Territory Times and Gazette (Darwin, Northern Territory) 29 October 1887 p2 Mr. J. Hartrick, a gentleman who is to take the entire management of Jackson's Reef, Kimberley, arrived by the s.s. Guthrie," and will proceed to Cambridge Gulf by the s.s. "Dicky." We understand that Mr. Hartrick has had a lengthy experience in the reefing districts of Victoria. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 July 1888 p3 THE JACKSON'S REEF GOLDMINING COMPANY. [From the Argus , June 15.] A meeting of shareholders of the Jackson's Reef Goldmining Company, Hall's Creek, Kimberley, was held last night at Scott's Hotel, for the purpose of hearing explanations from Mr. J. Hartrick, formerly mining…

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THE JACKSON'S REEF GOLDMINING COMPANY. [From the Argus, June 15.]

2 July 1888, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 3

…a company to work, the Empress, at Lennonville, and the Fingall Extended at Cue. In 1902 George went to Egypt where he operated a 5500 square mile concession and later traveled on business to Harbin, China, returning to Australia in 1912. Northern Territory Times and Gazette (Darwin, Northern Territory) 29 October 1887 p2 Mr. J. Hartrick, a gentleman who is to take the entire management of Jackson's Reef, Kimberley, arrived by the s.s. Guthrie," and will proceed to Cambridge Gulf by the s.s. "Dicky." We understand that Mr. Hartrick has had a lengthy experience in the reefing districts of Victoria. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 2 July 1888 p3 THE JACKSON'S REEF GOLDMINING COMPANY. [From the Argus , June 15.] A meeting of shareholders of the Jackson's Reef Goldmining Company, Hall's Creek, Kimberley, was held last night at Scott's Hotel, for the purpose of hearing explanations from Mr. J. Hartrick, formerly mining manager of the company, respecting his conduct in reporting adversely on the mine, and his action respecting the manner in which he had carried out his duties while in the service of the company. Mr. D. Wilkie was voted to the chair and there were about 60 or 70 shareholders present. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings,…

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ANCLENT MINING. A LETTER FROM EGYPT.

15 September 1903, Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), page 3

…it worth anything. A shareholder proposed a resolution to the effect that the shareholders had every confidence in the mine, but none in Mr. Hartrick's report. A motion condemnatory of Mr. Hartrick's action was proposed by Mr. Oakley, seconded by Mr. Jeffery, and carried unanimously. Mr. E. W. Spain, the manager, stated in reply to a question, that Mrs. Hartrick had received £4 per week, or half of Mr. Hartrick's salary, during the whole time he was in the company's employment, and, indeed, up to the last few weeks. The meeting closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman. Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Queensland) 15 September 1903 p3 ANCIENT MINING. A LETTER FROM EGYPT. Mr. Henry Hartrick, of Walhalla, has received from his brother, Mr. J. S. Hartrick, who was for fourteen years an employee of the Long Tunnel Company, and afterwards spent several years, at the Ballarat School of Mines, says the Melbourne "Argus." the following interesting letter regarding mining operations in Egypt. Mr. Hartrick writes from Siega, 130 miles out from Assouan :—"Ten days after reaching London from Johannesburg I was on my way to Egypt to take charge of a block of country bounded by the 22nd degree of north latitude and the 23rd degree…

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PERSONAL. VICE-REGAL.

29 June 1912, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…of the stone. The stone gradually ground away until it assumed the shape of a Berdan pan ; but, after it became 3in. or 4in. deep, they broke away a piece, presumably to allow of a discharge. The tailings remaining here are wonderfully fine. I have asked the Egyptian Government for permission to send me one of the old mills to the Ballarat School of Mines. It will be a curiosity. All old things here are called antiquities and are claimed by the Egyptian Government in the leases issued. The English occupation of Egypt has worked wonders in the country.'' The Sydney Morning Herald 29 June 1912 p16 Mr. J. Hartrick, a mining expert, who travelled through Manchuria to Harbin, returned to Sydney yesterday by the E. and A. liner Aldenham. Clarence and Richmond Examiner 2 July 1912 p5 Gold Mines in China SYDNEY, Monday—Mr. J. S. Hartrick has returned to Sydney from the gold workings in China, whither he went on behalf of a syndicate in Hongkong, which had obtained a concession. The mines visited have been worked for ages. One mine is 700ft. deep. The Chinese in outback parts of the country know nothing about amalgamation, or any of the modern methods of treating gold ores.…

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Gold Mines in China

2 July 1912, Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), page 5

…presumably to allow of a discharge. The tailings remaining here are wonderfully fine. I have asked the Egyptian Government for permission to send me one of the old mills to the Ballarat School of Mines. It will be a curiosity. All old things here are called antiquities and are claimed by the Egyptian Government in the leases issued. The English occupation of Egypt has worked wonders in the country.'' The Sydney Morning Herald 29 June 1912 p16 Mr. J. Hartrick, a mining expert, who travelled through Manchuria to Harbin, returned to Sydney yesterday by the E. and A. liner Aldenham. Clarence and Richmond Examiner 2 July 1912 p5 Gold Mines in China SYDNEY, Monday—Mr. J. S. Hartrick has returned to Sydney from the gold workings in China, whither he went on behalf of a syndicate in Hongkong, which had obtained a concession. The mines visited have been worked for ages. One mine is 700ft. deep. The Chinese in outback parts of the country know nothing about amalgamation, or any of the modern methods of treating gold ores. They crushed the ore by means of a granite roller worked by mule or Mongolian pony, the pulverised mass being afterwards washed in wooden dishes. A great deal of the gold…

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21 February 1928, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 6

…which first brought the deceased gentlemen into. prominence was a condemnatory report on Jackson's Reef in the Northern Territory, just over 40 years ago. That report raised a storm of protest at the time, but subsequent events and results proved that Mr. Hartrick was right. After leaving Western Australia the deceased followed his profession in Egypt and the Far East, but for some years he has been living quietly at Elsternwick. He enjoyed splendid health until about 6 months ago, when a breakdown came. He is survived by his widow and Mr. L. W. Hartrick, of Perth, is a son. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 21 February 1928 p6 The death occurred last week at his home in Hoddle-street, Elsternwick, Victoria, of Mr. J. S. Hartrick, who many years ago was a well-known identity on the goldfields and. throughout the Murchison where he had established himself from Melbourne in 1894. After the gold rush, Mr. Hartrick represented a number of English companies on the 'fields, and in 1902 left Western Australian for Egypt on business. Following a successful career in that country, Mr. Hartrick returned to Victoria where he lived in retirement up to the time of his death. Cremation: 9 February 1928 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale, Victoria,…

…Death: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 21 February 1928 p6 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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28 December 1937, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 11

…Marriage: Rootsweb WorldConnect (marycotter) ; Florence birth from England Birth Index (3Q1855 Clifton vol 6a p119); Florence baptism, parents from Bristol Parish Registers film 4202151 with mother's surname from England Marriage Index (2Q1840 Bristol vol 11 p183); Florence parents from the death notice of her sister Edith in The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 28 December 1937 p11 ; Florence death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 10 January 1938 p11 ; Florence cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records…

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13 June 1914, The Prahran Telegraph (Vic. : 1889 - 1909; 1914 - 1918), page 1

…Bristol vol 11 p183); Florence parents from the death notice of her sister Edith in The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 28 December 1937 p11 ; Florence death from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 10 January 1938 p11 ; Florence cremation from Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Occupation: Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 26 February 1928 p16 Death: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 21 February 1928 p6 Cremation: Springvale Botanical Cemetery records Laura Elizabeth (Hartrick) Henderson Birth: 1884, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Married: John Crawford Henderson on 4 April 1914 in St Mary, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 HENDERSON — HARTRICK.—On the 4th April 1914, at St Mary's Church, Caulfield, by the Rev. H. T. Langley, M.A., John Crawford Henderson to Laura E., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrick, of Elsternwick. John was born on 6 April 1884 in Benalla, Victoria, and died in 1960 in Frenchs Forest, New South Wales, Australia. Death: 1966, in St Leonards district, New South Wales, Australia Sources: Birth: IGI member submission Parents: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 Marriage: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 ; John birth, death from IGI member submission Death: New…

…Parents: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 Marriage: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 ; John birth, death from IGI member submission Death: New South Wales Death Index (St Leonards 26591/1966)…

…Marriage: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 ; John birth, death from IGI member submission…

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Matrimonial

20 April 1913, Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), page 13

…in Benalla, Victoria, and died in 1960 in Frenchs Forest, New South Wales, Australia. Death: 1966, in St Leonards district, New South Wales, Australia Sources: Birth: IGI member submission Parents: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 Marriage: The Prahran Telegraph (Victoria) 13 June 1914 p1 ; John birth, death from IGI member submission Death: New South Wales Death Index (St Leonards 26591/1966) Laura Elizabeth (Hartrick) Norgard Birth: 7 April 1896, in Perth district, Western Australia Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Education: Lemyn Ladies College Married: William Norgard in 1913 in Fremantle district, Western Australia, Australia Sunday Times (Perth, Western Australia) 13 April 1913 p13S Matrimonial The following marriages are arranged to take place at an early date :— ... William Norgard, Fremantle, to Laura Elizabeth Hartwick, Perth.   William was born in 1890 in Glanville, South Australia, the son of John Norgard and Jane Elizabeth Davey. He served in World War I as a sapper with the 4th Divisional Signal Company. William enlisted on 9 October 1916 and is described as 26 years, 7 months old, 5'8" tall weighing 120 lb. with brown eyes and black hair. He embarked from Melbourne on board HMAT A32 Themistocles on 4 August 1917 and returning to Australia…

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SUDDEN DEATH AT MANJIMUP

18 September 1950, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 11

…returning to Australia on 12 July 1919. A typescript transcription of a diary compiled by William covering the period 3 August 1917 to 2 October 1917, notable for his description of life aboard Themistocles and her passage through the Panama Canal in August 1917, is held in the Australian War Memorial museum.William was a clerk, and worked for the C.M.L. Assurance Co. in Perth. William died on 16 September 1950 in Manjimup, Western Australia, Australia and was cremated on 20 September 1950 at Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia, where a memorial is in the Ccrematorium Rose Gardens site 8A position 42. The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18 September 1950 p11 SUDDEN DEATH AT MANJIMUP MANJIMUP, Sept. 17: William Norgard (62), of 42 Leonard street, Victoria Park, became suddenly ill last night in the hotel at which he was staying here and died shortly after the arrival of a doctor and before he could be taken by ambulance to hospital. Mr. Norgard, with his wife, was making a brief visit to Manjimup. The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 NORGARD: On September 16, suddenly, at Manjimup, William, of 42 Leonard-street, Victoria Park. beloved husband of Laura Elizabeth, and father of William George; aged 60 years. NORGARD: On September…

…Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 ;William death from Western Australia Death Index (Blackwood 1950/56) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records and exact place from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18 September 1950 p11 ; William cremation from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records with exact date from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26…

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Family Notices

19 September 1950, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 26

…Manjimup, Western Australia, Australia and was cremated on 20 September 1950 at Karrakatta cemetery, Western Australia, where a memorial is in the Ccrematorium Rose Gardens site 8A position 42. The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18 September 1950 p11 SUDDEN DEATH AT MANJIMUP MANJIMUP, Sept. 17: William Norgard (62), of 42 Leonard street, Victoria Park, became suddenly ill last night in the hotel at which he was staying here and died shortly after the arrival of a doctor and before he could be taken by ambulance to hospital. Mr. Norgard, with his wife, was making a brief visit to Manjimup. The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 NORGARD: On September 16, suddenly, at Manjimup, William, of 42 Leonard-street, Victoria Park. beloved husband of Laura Elizabeth, and father of William George; aged 60 years. NORGARD: On September 16, suddenly, at Manjimup, William, beloved father and father-in-law of William and Bernice, and grand father of Peter, David and Astrid; aged 60 years. NORGARD: Suddenly, at Manjimup on September 16, Bill loving brother of Edla (Mrs. H. S. Peisley, deceased), Jack (deceased), Alice (Mrs. G. V. McCartney) and Dick. Sadly missed. NORGARD (W.): In fond memory of our uncle and friend, Bill, who passed on, suddenly, September 16. Inserted by…

…Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 ;William death from Western Australia Death Index (Blackwood 1950/56) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records and exact place from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18 September 1950 p11 ; William cremation from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records with exact date from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26…

…Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 ;William death from Western Australia Death Index (Blackwood 1950/56) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records and exact place from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18 September 1950 p11 ; William cremation from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records with exact date from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 Death: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Cremation: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records…

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SECOND CLASS (Over 8 to 12 Years.) 150 Hanrpton-road, Fremantle.

13 May 1908, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 7

…nephew Roy and Verna. NORGARD: A sincere tribute to the memory of our friend, Bill, be loved husband of Laura. Olive and Percy Tasker and family. ... NORGARD: The Friends of the late Mr. William Norgard, of 42 Leonard-street, Victoria Park, and late of C.M.L. Assurance Co., Perth. are informed that a Church of England Service will be held in the Crematorium Chapel, Karrakatta, at 2.30 o'clock TOMORROW. (Wednesday) AFTERNOON. The Cortege will move from Our Chapel, Hay street, Perth, at 2.10 o'clock. DONALD J. CHIPPER AND SON. BA2454. In conjunction with MR. J. BARRIE, Funeral Director, Manjimup, W.A. Notes: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 168 Subiaco-road, Subiaco. Dear Uncle Tom,—This is the first time I have ever written to you, so I hope you will accept me as one of your nieces. I read "The Daily News" every Saturday, and am very pleased to hear of the great success of those who try to raise the Thermometer, and if anyone in any out-of-the-way place wants anyone to help them in any concert at all, I am quite willing to help them. I am in the sixth standard at school, and I hope at the end of the year to shift to the seventh. I…

…lion out of chamois leather with fur round the neck, and a zebra out of striped silk. This year Mrs Norgard will devote the proceeds of her work to the Red Cross Prisoners of War Fund. She has a few orders to start on, is prepared to accept more at her home, 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park. Gifts of fur and other fabrics would be welcomed. Death: 10 May 1979, in Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia, aged 83 Cremated: Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. Laura's ashes were scattered to the winds. Addresses: 1908: 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 ) 1914: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The AIF Project ) 1943: 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 1 January 1943 p6 ) 1952: Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 27 November 1952 p13 ) Sources: Birth: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554); exact date from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 Parents: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554) Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 21 December 1903 p4 Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia…

…Birth: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554); exact date from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 Parents: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554) Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 21 December 1903 p4 Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 ;William death from Western Australia Death Index (Blackwood 1950/56) with exact…

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GADABOUT GOSSIP

6 January 1940, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 19

…quite willing to help them. I am in the sixth standard at school, and I hope at the end of the year to shift to the seventh. I must close now, hoping you will have me for your niece.—I remain, your loving niece, .. .. LAURA HARTRICK, aged 12. P.S.—I am twelve years of age, and my birthday is on April 7.—L.H. Dear Laura—I accept you with pleasure, and thank you for your offer of help in connection with concerts. Your offer will be availed of one of these days. I have put your name in my birthday book.—Uncle Tom. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 1 January 1943 p6 £100 FROM TOYS FOR COMFORTS A cheque for £100 has been handed to the Australian Comforts Fund by Mrs. L. E. Norgard, of Victoria Park. This represents the proceeds from the sale of 150 toy animals made by Mrs Norgard from scraps of fur and other fabrics. Mrs Norgard had never made a toy animal until last Easter. Then, with the aid of a child's picture book and a piece of black fur fabric, she fashioned a Scotty. Jock, she called him, and Jock was so successful that dogs, lions,…

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£100 FROM TOYS FOR COMFORTS

1 January 1943, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 6

…quite willing to help them. I am in the sixth standard at school, and I hope at the end of the year to shift to the seventh. I must close now, hoping you will have me for your niece.—I remain, your loving niece, .. .. LAURA HARTRICK, aged 12. P.S.—I am twelve years of age, and my birthday is on April 7.—L.H. Dear Laura—I accept you with pleasure, and thank you for your offer of help in connection with concerts. Your offer will be availed of one of these days. I have put your name in my birthday book.—Uncle Tom. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 1 January 1943 p6 £100 FROM TOYS FOR COMFORTS A cheque for £100 has been handed to the Australian Comforts Fund by Mrs. L. E. Norgard, of Victoria Park. This represents the proceeds from the sale of 150 toy animals made by Mrs Norgard from scraps of fur and other fabrics. Mrs Norgard had never made a toy animal until last Easter. Then, with the aid of a child's picture book and a piece of black fur fabric, she fashioned a Scotty. Jock, she called him, and Jock was so successful that dogs, lions, tigers and zebras joined him. A few went to private…

…Prisoners of War Fund. She has a few orders to start on, is prepared to accept more at her home, 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park. Gifts of fur and other fabrics would be welcomed. Death: 10 May 1979, in Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia, aged 83 Cremated: Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. Laura's ashes were scattered to the winds. Addresses: 1908: 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 ) 1914: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The AIF Project ) 1943: 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 1 January 1943 p6 ) 1952: Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 27 November 1952 p13 ) Sources: Birth: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554); exact date from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 Parents: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554) Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 21 December 1903 p4 Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF…

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'HAZARD' OF TRUCK IN FATAL SMASH

27 November 1952, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 13

…home, 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park. Gifts of fur and other fabrics would be welcomed. Death: 10 May 1979, in Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia, aged 83 Cremated: Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. Laura's ashes were scattered to the winds. Addresses: 1908: 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 ) 1914: 44 Hampton Road, Fremantle, Western Australia   ( The AIF Project ) 1943: 42 Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 1 January 1943 p6 ) 1952: Leonard Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia   ( The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 27 November 1952 p13 ) Sources: Birth: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554); exact date from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 13 May 1908 p7 Parents: Western Australia Birth Index (1896/1554) Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 21 December 1903 p4 Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and…

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SPEECH DAYS. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HIGH SCHOOL, FREMANTLE.

21 December 1903, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…Education: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 21 December 1903 p4 Marriage: Western Australia Marriage Index (1913/107); William birth from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161) with exact place from National Archives of Australia ; William parents from South Australia Birth Index (1890 Port Adelaide 452/161); William war service from The AIF Project , National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial catalogue ; William occupation from The AIF Project and The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 19 September 1950 p26 ;William death from Western Australia Death Index (Blackwood 1950/56) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records and exact place from The West Australia (Perth, Western Australia) 18…

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Family Notices

21 April 1945, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 2

…Marriage: Victoria BMD; Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust…

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Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition.

15 March 1895, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Eva parents from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 April 1945 p15 ; Eva cremation from The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Occupation: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 19 January 1945 p15 Death: Victoria BMD Cremation: The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Percival George Hartrick Birth: 1883, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Occupation: Merchant. Percy worked for the Australian multinational importers and wholesale merchants Sargood, Butler, Nichol, and Ewen both in Perth (where we find mention of him as an employee in 1901) and in the United States (where it seems the firm simply used the name Sargoods). Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The Musical Competition did not bring forth as many entries as it was expected it would, but, nevertheless, the competitors gave a good account of themselves. For the violin solo Master Percy Hartrick was awarded first for "The Legacy,"' and a certificate for "The Watch by the Rhine." In 1898 Percy, then fifteen, and his brother Victor were charged in the City Police Court and with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night…

…comparative penalties imposed in this respect, Dr. Roth declares that, while a native gets three years' imprisonment for killing a beast for food, a white man who steals a black gin from her husband at the point of the revolver is subjected to a fine of only £5. Dr. Roth has called 42 witnesses in support of his allegations, 13 of the number being priests attached to mission stations. It will thus he seen that Dr. Roth is on solid ground regarding his accusations. The immorality of the whites among the blacks is, according to his statements, most appalling. Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The boot blacking contest was provocative of much merriment, the winner turning up in Victor Hartrick; his brother Percy being second ; the winning time being a min. 9 sec. In 1898 Victor, then sixteen, and his brother Percy were charged in the City Police Court with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs ; and Percy and Victor Hartrick each had to pay…

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POLICE COURTS. Thursday, December 1. PERTH. (Before Mr. A. S. Roe, P.M.)

9 December 1898, The Inquirer and Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 - 1901), page 3

…United States (where it seems the firm simply used the name Sargoods). Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The Musical Competition did not bring forth as many entries as it was expected it would, but, nevertheless, the competitors gave a good account of themselves. For the violin solo Master Percy Hartrick was awarded first for "The Legacy,"' and a certificate for "The Watch by the Rhine." In 1898 Percy, then fifteen, and his brother Victor were charged in the City Police Court and with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs ; and Percy and Victor Hartrick each had to pay 4s. 6d court fees, for having ridden bicycles at night without lights. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5        PERTH MAN IN CHICAGO. ROBBED OF 80 DOLLARS. NEW VICTIM AT ROBBERS' ROOST Says the Chicago "Evening American" of August 19 last:—"A reign of terror in which robbers and pick pockets for months have slugged and fleeced victims at the Archer-avenue car line limits brought a complaint…

…stations. It will thus he seen that Dr. Roth is on solid ground regarding his accusations. The immorality of the whites among the blacks is, according to his statements, most appalling. Notes: The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 15 March 1895 p2 Benalla Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition ... The boot blacking contest was provocative of much merriment, the winner turning up in Victor Hartrick; his brother Percy being second ; the winning time being a min. 9 sec. In 1898 Victor, then sixteen, and his brother Percy were charged in the City Police Court with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs ; and Percy and Victor Hartrick each had to pay 4s. 6d court fees, for having ridden bicycles at night without lights. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 24 May 1901 p2 The social memories of Mr and Mrs Geo. Hartrick, two popular erstwhile residents of Benalla, who settled in Western Australia five and a half years ago, were rejuvenated last week in an unexpected way. Their son Victor paid a visit to Benalla and called upon numerous old acquaintances.…

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PERTH MAN IN CHICAGO. ROBBED OF 80 DOLLARS. NEW VICTIM AT ROBBERS ROOST

14 October 1907, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 5

…themselves. For the violin solo Master Percy Hartrick was awarded first for "The Legacy,"' and a certificate for "The Watch by the Rhine." In 1898 Percy, then fifteen, and his brother Victor were charged in the City Police Court and with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs ; and Percy and Victor Hartrick each had to pay 4s. 6d court fees, for having ridden bicycles at night without lights. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5        PERTH MAN IN CHICAGO. ROBBED OF 80 DOLLARS. NEW VICTIM AT ROBBERS' ROOST Says the Chicago "Evening American" of August 19 last:—"A reign of terror in which robbers and pick pockets for months have slugged and fleeced victims at the Archer-avenue car line limits brought a complaint to the police to-day from P. G. Hartrick, 58 St. Clair street, that 80 dollars were taken from him Sunday afternoon. He was awaiting a Joliet car when he was robbed. "From five to ten victims a week have been reported from this spot for months. Two police officers have been assigned…

…Occupation: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5 ; Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 7 September 1901 p60…

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SARGOOD, BUTLER, NICHOL AND EWEN ROAD RACE.

7 September 1901, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 60

…Occupation: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 14 October 1907 p5 ; Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 7 September 1901 p60 Death: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 October 1918 p1…

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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS.

11 July 1903, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 8

…Los Angeles county, California Sources: Birth: California Northern US District Court petition 5361 Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 Marriage: In 1930 census Rosina is unmarried, in her father's death notice at The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 22 December 1934 p1 she is listed as Mrs. Ball (Oakland, California) Occupation: naturalization petition ; findagrave.com Death: California Death Index Burial: findagrave.com Victor Standish Hartrick Birth: 1882, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Occupation: Civil Servant. Victor was appointed as a clerk and typist in the Education Department in July 1903 ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 11 July 1903 p8 ). In 1904 he was assigned as an assistant to Dr. Roth, a Commissioner who was touring the state to report on " The Condition of the Natives ". Later Victor transferred to the Colonial Tresurer's Department. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 September 1904 p31 Mr. Victor Hartrick, a member of the correspondence staff of the Education Department, has been appointed to act as shorthand writer and typist to Dr. Roth during the latter's tour of the State to inquire into the aborigines question. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 2 June 1905 p2 By the Perth '"Morning Herald,"…

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SUMMARY STATE NEWS.

17 September 1904, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 31

…p1 she is listed as Mrs. Ball (Oakland, California) Occupation: naturalization petition ; findagrave.com Death: California Death Index Burial: findagrave.com Victor Standish Hartrick Birth: 1882, in Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Elizabeth (Stiggants) Hartrick Occupation: Civil Servant. Victor was appointed as a clerk and typist in the Education Department in July 1903 ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 11 July 1903 p8 ). In 1904 he was assigned as an assistant to Dr. Roth, a Commissioner who was touring the state to report on " The Condition of the Natives ". Later Victor transferred to the Colonial Tresurer's Department. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 September 1904 p31 Mr. Victor Hartrick, a member of the correspondence staff of the Education Department, has been appointed to act as shorthand writer and typist to Dr. Roth during the latter's tour of the State to inquire into the aborigines question. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 2 June 1905 p2 By the Perth '"Morning Herald," a copy of which has just reached us, we notice the name of a Benalla boy—viz., Mr Victor Hartrick, a son of Mr Geo Hartrick, for years sheriff's officer in our midst. Mr Hartrick, jun., was a mere lad when his parents left here for the…

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North-Eastern Ensign PUBLISHED AT BENALLA. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1905.

2 June 1905, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…Education Department in July 1903 ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 11 July 1903 p8 ). In 1904 he was assigned as an assistant to Dr. Roth, a Commissioner who was touring the state to report on " The Condition of the Natives ". Later Victor transferred to the Colonial Tresurer's Department. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 September 1904 p31 Mr. Victor Hartrick, a member of the correspondence staff of the Education Department, has been appointed to act as shorthand writer and typist to Dr. Roth during the latter's tour of the State to inquire into the aborigines question. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 2 June 1905 p2 By the Perth '"Morning Herald," a copy of which has just reached us, we notice the name of a Benalla boy—viz., Mr Victor Hartrick, a son of Mr Geo Hartrick, for years sheriff's officer in our midst. Mr Hartrick, jun., was a mere lad when his parents left here for the Western State, but is now, of course, a man and is secretary for Dr. Roth, who has lately been making startling revelations as to the injustices which are being inflicted on the natives in the northern and north-western portion of the State alluded to. As showing the comparative penalties…

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THE North - Eastern Ensign PUBLISHED AT BENALLA FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1901. Federated Australia.

24 May 1901, The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Vic. : 1872 - 1938), page 2

…of much merriment, the winner turning up in Victor Hartrick; his brother Percy being second ; the winning time being a min. 9 sec. In 1898 Victor, then sixteen, and his brother Percy were charged in the City Police Court with riding their bicycles without lights. The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, Western Australia) 9 December 1898 p3 Without Lights.— F. Dawson, for having driven a vehicle at night without a light, was fined 2s. 6d., with costs ; and Percy and Victor Hartrick each had to pay 4s. 6d court fees, for having ridden bicycles at night without lights. The North Eastern Ensign (Benalla, Victoria) 24 May 1901 p2 The social memories of Mr and Mrs Geo. Hartrick, two popular erstwhile residents of Benalla, who settled in Western Australia five and a half years ago, were rejuvenated last week in an unexpected way. Their son Victor paid a visit to Benalla and called upon numerous old acquaintances. When Victor left here with his parents he was a mere lad and a great favorite with townspeople, but when he returned to the place last week not one of those who knew him as a boy could recognise him, he was so manly and portly. The object of his visit to…

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MR. Y. S. HARTRICK

14 December 1907, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 15

…large crowd assembled to welcome him on Sunday last and there after went for a walk some miles into the country. Victor was a harbinger of pleasant and interesting light whilst amongst us, in that he was able to relate the fact that his parents reside in a suburb of the Western State and that they are prospering, having overcome the misfortune, which befel them after leaving here, by the destruction by fire of their belongings at the Perth railway station. Victor served in the No.1 W. A. Battery of the Australian Field Artillery, reaching the rank of sergeant ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14 December 1907 p15 ). Death: 9 December 1907, at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, aged 25, of diphtheria The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 DEATH. HARTRICK.—On December 9, 1907, at 168 Subiaco road, Subiaco, Victor Standish Hartrick, eldest son of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, Perth, W.A., in his 25th year. Melbourne papers please copy. Buried: 10 December 1907, in the Congregational section, Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. His grave is located in section AA grave 0006. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 FUNERAL NOTICES. HARTRICK.—The Friends…

…Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 The numerous friends of Mr. Victor Hartrick will be grieved to hear of his death, which took place last evening at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco-road. Mr. Hartrick only took to his bed last Thursday with diphtheria, and despite every care and attention died last night. Up to the time of his illness he was in the Colonial Treasurer's office, having altely been appointed to that position from the Education Department. He was also an old member of the No. 1 W.A. Battery, Australian Field Artillery, in which he held the rank of sergeant. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14 December 1907 p15 MR. V. S. HARTRICK The funeral of Mr. Victor S. Hartrick, of the Colonial Treasurer's Department took place on Tuesday. The remains of the deceased were accorded a military funeral, he having been sergeant in the No. 1 W.A. Battery Australian Field Artillery. The cortege, which moved from his father's residence, was largely attended, and included the members of the No. 1 W.A. Battery, under the command of Capt. A. J. B. Brown, D.S.O., also Captain Murray, representing the Commandant of the State, and Mr. H. P. Taggart, representing the Colonial Treasurer. The firing party headed the procession, under the…

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Family Notices

10 December 1907, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…light whilst amongst us, in that he was able to relate the fact that his parents reside in a suburb of the Western State and that they are prospering, having overcome the misfortune, which befel them after leaving here, by the destruction by fire of their belongings at the Perth railway station. Victor served in the No.1 W. A. Battery of the Australian Field Artillery, reaching the rank of sergeant ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14 December 1907 p15 ). Death: 9 December 1907, at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, aged 25, of diphtheria The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 DEATH. HARTRICK.—On December 9, 1907, at 168 Subiaco road, Subiaco, Victor Standish Hartrick, eldest son of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, Perth, W.A., in his 25th year. Melbourne papers please copy. Buried: 10 December 1907, in the Congregational section, Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. His grave is located in section AA grave 0006. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 FUNERAL NOTICES. HARTRICK.—The Friends of the late Mr. Victor Standish Hartrick, of the Colonial Treasurer's Office, Perth, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Congregational portion of the…

…the rank of sergeant ( Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14 December 1907 p15 ). Death: 9 December 1907, at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco Road, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, aged 25, of diphtheria The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 DEATH. HARTRICK.—On December 9, 1907, at 168 Subiaco road, Subiaco, Victor Standish Hartrick, eldest son of Mr. George Hartrick, of the A.M.P. Society, Perth, W.A., in his 25th year. Melbourne papers please copy. Buried: 10 December 1907, in the Congregational section, Karrakatta cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. His grave is located in section AA grave 0006. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 FUNERAL NOTICES. HARTRICK.—The Friends of the late Mr. Victor Standish Hartrick, of the Colonial Treasurer's Office, Perth, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Congregational portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of his father, Mr. Geo. Hartrick, Wellesley. 168 Subiaco-road, Subiaco, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER Funeral Director. 844 Hay-street, Perth; and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. No. 137. NO. 1 W.A. BATTERY. A.F.A. HARTRICK.—The Non-Commissioned Officers…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 Death: Western Australia Death Index (1907/107); exact date and place from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1…

…Death: Western Australia Death Index (1907/107); exact date and place from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5…

…Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1

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MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE "FRANZISKA."

10 December 1907, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 5

…Mr. Geo. Hartrick, Wellesley. 168 Subiaco-road, Subiaco, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER Funeral Director. 844 Hay-street, Perth; and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. No. 137. NO. 1 W.A. BATTERY. A.F.A. HARTRICK.—The Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of the No. 1 W.A. Battery, A.F.A., will parade at the Drill Hall, Francis-street, Perth, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 2.30 o'clock sharp, to attend the Funeral of the late Sergt. Victor Hartrick. Every Member is requested to attend. By order. J. T. HOBBS, Major. Commanding. The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 The numerous friends of Mr. Victor Hartrick will be grieved to hear of his death, which took place last evening at his father's residence, 168 Subiaco-road. Mr. Hartrick only took to his bed last Thursday with diphtheria, and despite every care and attention died last night. Up to the time of his illness he was in the Colonial Treasurer's office, having altely been appointed to that position from the Education Department. He was also an old member of the No. 1 W.A. Battery, Australian Field Artillery, in which he held the rank of sergeant. Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 14…

…Death: Western Australia Death Index (1907/107); exact date and place from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1…

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NEWS AND NOTES.

10 January 1908, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…with the Union Jack, and deceased's helmet and belt. The procession wended its way to the Subiaco railway station, where the battery entrained to Karrakatta. The procession was re-formed and entered the cemetery, and proceeded to the Congregational portion, where the remains were interred. The Rev. W. H. Lewis officiated at the grave. The chief mourners were Mr. Geo. Hartrick (father), Mr. Cecil Hatrick (brother), and Mr. G. K. Thompson (brother-in law). The pall-bearers were Sergeant-Major Sparks, Sergeant-Major Jose, Quartermaster Andrews, Sergeant Edwards, Bombardier Snowball, and Bombardier Kenworthy. A large number of wreaths were sent by many sympathising friends. Will: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 January 1908 p4 Letters of administration: Victor Standish Hartrick, late of Subiaco, civil servant, to George Hartrick, £422 4s. 6d. Sources: Birth: Victoria BMD Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 Death: Western Australia Death Index (1907/107); exact date and place from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 William Hartrick Birth: December 1859 - Janaury 1860, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish…

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Family Notices

23 November 1875, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 ; cause of death from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p5 Burial: Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; date from The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 10 December 1907 p1 William Hartrick Birth: December 1859 - Janaury 1860, in Ballarat, Victoria Father: George Standish Hartrick Mother: Mary Matilda (Symes) Hartrick Education: William attended the Walhalla School and was in the Second Class in 1869 ( Gippsland Times (Victoria) 28 December 1869 p3 ). Death: 17 November 1875, in Walhalla, Victoria, aged 15 years and 10 months The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 HARTRICK. — On the 17th inst., at Walhalla, William, the beloved son of George Standish and Mary Matilda Hartrick, aged 15 years and 10 months. Sources: Birth: Age at death; place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 William Lionel Hartrick William Lionel Hartrick image from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p22 Mr. L. W. Hartrick, ringmaster at the Jubilee Royal Show on his mount, Dal Cais. image from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 October 1935 p58 known as "Lionel"…

…Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1…

…Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1

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Business Man Found Dead In River

23 September 1939, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 22

…image from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p22

…in the river with his throat cut. Hartrick had seemed almost continually depressed for the last twelve months, he said, and told him that he was frightened what he might do to himself. Dr. D. S. MacKenzie gave evidence that Hartrick died from a cut throat and haemorrhage. Hartrick was still alive when he went into the water, he declared. Acting-Coroner J. P. Hennelly found that Hartrick died at Claremont on September 23 from a cut throat and haemorrhage self-inflicted while suffering from nervous depression. [Mr. J. P. Hennelly was the Acting-Coroner and was assisted by Sgt. A. M. Campbell.] The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p22 Business Man Found Dead In River Clad only in silk pyjamas, the body of prominent Perth business man William Lionel Hartrick, was found in the river at Claremont today. Fifty-eight-year-old Mr. Hartrick, who was staying with well-known bookmaker P. B. Healy, was found in the water about 75 yards from the lawns of Mr. Healy's home which fronts Freshwater Bay. His throat was cut and a razor was found near the end of a small private jetty almost below Mr. Healy's home. Manager of the Tivoli Garage and committeeman of the W.A. Hunt Club, Mr. Hartrick was also ringmaster at…

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17 October 1935, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 58

…image from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 October 1935 p58

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A LADY'S LETTER.

24 June 1913, Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916), page 11

…Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 Death: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 23 November 1875 p1 William Lionel Hartrick William Lionel Hartrick image from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p22 Mr. L. W. Hartrick, ringmaster at the Jubilee Royal Show on his mount, Dal Cais. image from Western Mail (Perth, Western Australia) 17 October 1935 p58 known as "Lionel" or "Lyall" Birth: 1880, in Walhalla, Victoria Father: John Standish Hartrick Mother: Florence (Weekes) Hartrick Married: Ethel Annie Morcom on 24 June 1913, in the Central Methodist Church, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Kalgoorlie Western Argus (Western Australia) 24 June 1913 p11 Mrs. and Miss Verna Morcom, of Boulder, are leaving by this evening's express to attend the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. Morcom's eldest daughter, Ethel, to Mr. Lionel Hartrick, of Fremantle. The wedding will be celebrated at the Central Methodist Church, Fremantle, on Tuesday, the 24th. inst. Ethel was born in 1887 in New Zealand, the daughter of Charles Morcom and Georgina English. In 1948 Ethel testified to the Royal Commission on Betting in favour of betting on races by telephone. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 April 1948 p7 Mrs. Ethel Annie Hartrick, widow, of Greenmount, said…

…Marriage: Western Australian Marriage Index (1913 Fremantle 151); exact date and place from Kalgoorlie Western Argus (Western Australia) 24 June 1913 p11 ; Ethel birth from New Zealand Birth Index (1887/2899); Ethel parents from Western Australian Death Index (1957 Perth 1794) with mother's surname from New Zealand Marriage Index (1886/1671); Ethel death from Western Australian Death Index (1957 Perth 1794) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; Ethel cremation from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records…

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CASE FOR TELEPHONE BETTING Shift-Workers And Sportsmen Before Commission

14 April 1948, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 7

…in the Central Methodist Church, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Kalgoorlie Western Argus (Western Australia) 24 June 1913 p11 Mrs. and Miss Verna Morcom, of Boulder, are leaving by this evening's express to attend the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. Morcom's eldest daughter, Ethel, to Mr. Lionel Hartrick, of Fremantle. The wedding will be celebrated at the Central Methodist Church, Fremantle, on Tuesday, the 24th. inst. Ethel was born in 1887 in New Zealand, the daughter of Charles Morcom and Georgina English. In 1948 Ethel testified to the Royal Commission on Betting in favour of betting on races by telephone. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 14 April 1948 p7 Mrs. Ethel Annie Hartrick, widow, of Greenmount, said that she also made her bets by telephone. She was mainly interested in Victorian races and betting was one of her few recreations. If betting was permitted only on the racecourse, she would not go there, as it would spoil her pleasure. ENTRANCE CHARGE. Another reason why she was in favour of betting by telephone was because the entrance fee to the races was expensive for a man and his wife. She considered that one could have all one's bets for the day for the price of the entrance fee. A woman…

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Advertising

14 April 1921, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…Europe from Melbourne aboard the HMAT Aeneas on 30 October 1917. His address at enrolment is given as 27 Henry-street, Fremantle and his next of kin as his wife, Mrs. E. A. Hartrick of Forrest House, Perth. William reached the rank of lieutenant, and returned to Australia on 5 September 1919. Occupation: Auctioneer (1916); Businessman. When demobilised Lionel tried to obtain the site occupied today by the Tivoli Garage. Unsuccessful, he went to Sydney, living in a flat on the same street in Kirribilli as his younger brother, Frank, and worked on an invention for a motor tyre moulding machine. The Sydney Morning Herald 14 April 1921 p14 W ANTED, ENGINEER, knowledge of Castings to join with me in spare time, completing an Invention for Motor Tyre Moulding Machine. Apply L. W. HARTRICK, Korel Flats, Upper Pitt-st, Kirribilli. Lionel returned to Perth in 1923, secured the Tivoli site and established the garage. He became managing-director of Westralian Auto Services. Ltd., which conduct the Tivoli Garage, Hay-street, Perth, and managing-director for Crystal Park, Ltd., on the Esplanade in Perth. Death: 23 September 1939, in Claremont, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Lionel's body was found floating in the Swan River, with his throat cut. An inquest declared the death a suicide,…

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Family Notices

25 September 1939, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…of Castings to join with me in spare time, completing an Invention for Motor Tyre Moulding Machine. Apply L. W. HARTRICK, Korel Flats, Upper Pitt-st, Kirribilli. Lionel returned to Perth in 1923, secured the Tivoli site and established the garage. He became managing-director of Westralian Auto Services. Ltd., which conduct the Tivoli Garage, Hay-street, Perth, and managing-director for Crystal Park, Ltd., on the Esplanade in Perth. Death: 23 September 1939, in Claremont, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Lionel's body was found floating in the Swan River, with his throat cut. An inquest declared the death a suicide, a result of depression. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p1 HARTRICK.—On September 23, 1939, at Perth, William Lionel, beloved husband of Ethel Annie Hartrick, of Ascot-road, Belmont; and son of the late J. S. Hartrick. Mining Engineer; aged 59 years. HARTRICK.—On September 23, 1939, Lionel William Hartrick. our beloved friend and Managing-Director. Hic Jacet Inserted by S. E. Wain and the staff of the Tivoli Garage. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 28 September 1939 p1 HARTRICK. — On September 23, Lionel (Lyall) William, son of the late John Standish and the late Florence Hartrick, beloved brother of Mollie and Addie (Melbourne), Laurie and Frank (Sydney). HARTRICK.—A loving tribute to…

…Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p1 Marriage: Western Australian Marriage Index (1913 Fremantle 151); exact date and place from Kalgoorlie Western Argus (Western Australia) 24 June 1913 p11 ; Ethel birth from New Zealand Birth Index (1887/2899); Ethel parents from Western Australian Death Index (1957 Perth 1794) with mother's surname from New Zealand Marriage Index (1886/1671); Ethel death from Western Australian Death Index (1957 Perth 1794) with exact date from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records ; Ethel cremation from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Notes: Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll ; The AIF Project Occupation: auctioneer - Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll ; businessman - The West Australian…

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Family Notices

28 September 1939, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 1

…Death: 23 September 1939, in Claremont, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Lionel's body was found floating in the Swan River, with his throat cut. An inquest declared the death a suicide, a result of depression. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p1 HARTRICK.—On September 23, 1939, at Perth, William Lionel, beloved husband of Ethel Annie Hartrick, of Ascot-road, Belmont; and son of the late J. S. Hartrick. Mining Engineer; aged 59 years. HARTRICK.—On September 23, 1939, Lionel William Hartrick. our beloved friend and Managing-Director. Hic Jacet Inserted by S. E. Wain and the staff of the Tivoli Garage. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 28 September 1939 p1 HARTRICK. — On September 23, Lionel (Lyall) William, son of the late John Standish and the late Florence Hartrick, beloved brother of Mollie and Addie (Melbourne), Laurie and Frank (Sydney). HARTRICK.—A loving tribute to Lyall, beloved son-in-law of Charles Morcom (Sydney), brother-in-law of Gertrude and R. Goyne Miller and Verna and David Georgeson (Sydney), and loving uncle of Ron and Verna. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 BODY IN RIVER. Business Man's Death. Shortly after he was missed from a room where he was staying temporarily at Claremont, Lionel William Hartrick (58) of the Great Eastern-highway,…

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BODY IN RIVER. Business Man's Death.

25 September 1939, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 12

…aged 59 years. HARTRICK.—On September 23, 1939, Lionel William Hartrick. our beloved friend and Managing-Director. Hic Jacet Inserted by S. E. Wain and the staff of the Tivoli Garage. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 28 September 1939 p1 HARTRICK. — On September 23, Lionel (Lyall) William, son of the late John Standish and the late Florence Hartrick, beloved brother of Mollie and Addie (Melbourne), Laurie and Frank (Sydney). HARTRICK.—A loving tribute to Lyall, beloved son-in-law of Charles Morcom (Sydney), brother-in-law of Gertrude and R. Goyne Miller and Verna and David Georgeson (Sydney), and loving uncle of Ron and Verna. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 BODY IN RIVER. Business Man's Death. Shortly after he was missed from a room where he was staying temporarily at Claremont, Lionel William Hartrick (58) of the Great Eastern-highway, Belmont, was found dead in the river near a private jetty west of Point Resolution on Saturday morning. Mr. Hartrick, who had been staying with friends in Victoria avenue, Claremont, for a few days, was managing-director of Westralian Auto Services. Ltd., which conduct the Tivoli Garage, Hay-street, and managing-director for Crystal Park, Ltd., on the Esplanade. He was a member of the committee of the W.A. Hunt Club for several years…

…Occupation: auctioneer - Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll ; businessman - The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Death: Western Australian Death Index (1939 Fremantle 1790); The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Cremation: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 ; memorial location from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Will: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15…

…Death: Western Australian Death Index (1939 Fremantle 1790); The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p12 Cremation: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 ; memorial location from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records Will: The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15…

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Family Notices

26 September 1939, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 3

…the site and established the garage. More recently he became managing director of Crystal Park Ltd., the company which controls the parking area and service station at the foot of William-street. Always interested in horses, Mr. Hartrick acted as ringmaster at the Royal Show for many years. He was a committeeman of the Hunt Club and regularly followed the hounds. He bred Moine d'Or and raced this horse, Dal Cais and Song of Gold. Cremation: 25 September 1939, at the Crematorium Chapel, Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia. William has a rose memorial in the crematorium rose gardens, site 1 position 0033. The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 The Late Mr. L. W. Hartrick. The funeral service took place in the Crematorium Chapel Karrakatta, yesterday afternoon of the late Mr. Lionel William Hartrick. managing director of Tivoli Garage, Ltd., Perth, and a well-known Perth sportsman. The service was conducted by the Rev. D. K. McConchie. The late Mr. Hartrick was a vice-president of the W.A. Hunt Club and a former ringmaster for the Royal Agricultural Society and a well-known racehorse owner. He served abroad with the 51st Battalion, A.I.F. At the conclusion of the service the last post was sounded by Bugler G. Gilmore. The late Mr. Hartrick…

…Cremation: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 26 September 1939 p3 ; memorial location from Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records…

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THIS WEEK'S WILLS

20 January 1940, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 15

…Rocke. K. R. Phillips. J. A. Barry. R. Barnhart, C. Fraser. E. C. Parker. J. P. McDonnell. G. W. Cottrell. W. Judges. O. Jones. A. J. Case. R. Harding, C. H. Bennett. J. Simon. R. Sievewright, D. F. Carbarns, H. Hockley. I. Masel. F. L. Davldson and many others. A large number of beautiful floral tributes were placed in the chapel and numerous widespread expressions of sympathy have been received by the bereaved widow. The funeral directors were Donald J. Chipper and Son. Will: Probate of William's will was granted to Ethel A. Hartrick of Belmont Park, in January 1940 The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15 Hartrick, William Lionel (usually known as Lionel William Hartrick), late of Belmont Park, business manager, to Ethel A. Hartrick, of Belmont Park. Sources: Birth: Age at death; exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; place from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p21 ; exact place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) Parents: The West Australian (Perth, Western Australia) 25 September 1939 p1 Marriage: Western Australian Marriage Index (1913 Fremantle 151); exact date and place from Kalgoorlie Western Argus (Western Australia) 24 June 1913 p11 ; Ethel birth from New Zealand Birth Index (1887/2899); Ethel parents from Western Australian…

…Will:   The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 20 January 1940 p15

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Business Man Found Dead In River

23 September 1939, The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), page 21

…Birth: Age at death; exact year from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds) ; place from The Daily News (Perth, Western Australia) 23 September 1939 p21 ; exact place from Rootsweb WorldConnect (symonds)…

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DIVER INJURED.

22 January 1906, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…She is found on the electoral rolls in the following divisions: 1914: Abbotsford, Victoria (p1 #2401) 1919: Barkley ward, Victoria (p22 #1253) 1931: Ferntree Gully, Victoria (p50 #2928) 1936: Walhalla, Victoria (p7 #370) 1954: Carrum, Victoria (p62 #3694) Grace died on 30 April 1982, in Bentleigh, Victoria, Australia, aged 90, and she was cremated at the Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Victoria, on 4 May 1982. Children: William Standish Hartrick (1911 - 1994) Occupation: Miner; Tram Conductor Notes: Known as "Bill". In 1906, William injured himself crossing the Yarra river on his way to work at the Caledonia mine in Anderson's Creek. The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 22 January 1906 p6 DIVER INJURED. ANDERSON'S CREEK, Thursday.—W. Hartrick who had to cross the Yarra on his way to the Caledonia mine, found that the boat was on the opposite side of the river. After diving from the bank to swim across he struck a snag, tearing off 3in. of his scalp. He sustained other injuries, but managed to reach the bank and return home. He is progressing favourably. William served in the First World War, enlisting on 27 May 1915 with service number 2500. At enlistment he is recorded as a tram conductor, aged 29 years and 9 months, married to Grace…