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01 - Bayswater HB Brady Plaster Warehouse - Ornamental Motifs

Bayswater H.B. Brady Co Ceiling & Plaster

Timeline

1916

  • 24 January - Harry Brady enlists in the Australian Imperial Force at the age of 23 years and eight months. Interestingly, his writes 'Fresh' for a description of his complexion.

  • 13 August - Absent without leave for six days, has 14 days’ pay forfeited and is given seven days detention.

  • 26 September - Absent without leave for nine days, given 28 days field punishment and has 38 days’ pay forfeited.

  • 19 November - Absent without leave for four days, given five days field punishment and has 10 days’ pay forfeited.

 

1917

  • 03 March - Sent to service in France

  • 04 April - Admitted to hospital for tonsillitis

  • 10 June - Wounded in action whilst serving in France and admitted to the First Southern General Hospital in Birmingham, England after suffering from gas poisoning.

  • 18 June - Wounded in action

  • 22 June - Wounded in action

  • 25 August - Returns to Australia

  • 08 November - Discharged from the 44th Infantry Battalion, 3rd.

 

1919

  • HB Brady Co Pty Ltd begins trading, a Western Australian owned and operated company founded by Harry Brady.

 

1923

  • 07 March - The H.B. Brady Co. Pty Ltd is registered as a company name. It was previously registered as H.B. Brady Coy. Limited

 

1948

  • H.B. Brady & Co begins harvesting gypsum from the salt lake at Lake Brown on an intermittent basis. Gypsum is extracted for the production of plaster.

 

1955

  • Harry Brady's 20 tonne, 12m vessel is commissioned. Named the Karen Sue after his two grand-daughters, it is powered by two 6-cylinder diesel engines of 100hp each and cruises at a speed of 7-8 knots.

  • 22 December - H.B. Brady Holdings Pty Ltd is registered as a company name.

 

2001

 

2005

  • April - A labour hire worker, operating the bagging machine used to pack plaster into bags, partially amputates his finger when the v-belt becomes jammed.

 

2006

  • December - HB Brady are found guilty in the Perth Magistrates Court for failing to ensure the dangerous parts of a machine was guarded, breaching the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. They are fined $3,500 with costs of $7,360.

 

2012

  • 31 August - The Yilgarn mining lease held by H.B. Brady Co. Pty Ltd is forfeited due to a breach of covenant, being failure to comply with the prescribed expenditure condition.

 

2014

 

2015

  • 9 March - H.B. Brady Holdings Pty Ltd and H.B. Brady Co. Pty Ltd company names are deregistered.

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