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Isaac Ostrovsky

estateIsaac Ostrovsky, aka Iseck Ostrovski was a Russian secondhand dealer who died 27 August 1914 and was buried in the Orthodox Jewish section of Fremantle Cemetery.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
PROBATE JURISDICTION.
In the Matter of the Estate of ISAAC OSTROVSKI Deceased.
Whereas on the 10th day of December, 1914, an Order to Administer the Estate and Effects of Isaac Ostrovski, late of Fremantle, in the State of Western Australia, secondhand dealer, deceased, who died on or about the 28th day of August, 1914, was granted by the Supreme Court of the said State, under the provisions of "The Administration Act 1903," to the undersigned, the Curator of Intestate Estates, Perth: Now notice is hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having Claims or Demands against the Estate of the said deceased are hereby required to send particulars of such claims or demands to the undersigned, on or before the 15th day of January, 1916. And further, that the undersigned will, immediately after such date, proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the Creditors and persons entitled thereto, having regard only to those claims of which he shall then have had notice. And the said Curator will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof so distributed or dealt with, to any person of whose claim or demand he shall not then have received notice.
Dated at Perth this 14th day of December, 1914.
GERVASE CLIFTON,
Curator of Intestate Estates.
Sunday Times, 20 December 1914, page 2.

Recently mention was made in this column of the case of a naturalised Russian named Ostrovski, who was in a predicament regarding the return of his wife and family from Port Said, whither they had proceeded whilst he (Ostrovski) went to Paris to be subjected to an operation. For nearly twelve months he has been trying to "raise the wind" to bring them back, but, unfortunately for him, the operation of the local immigration scheme does not apply to ports like Port Said, and the department can do nothing for him. It will probably be twelve months or more, he says, before he will be able to pay for the transport unless he can get someone to finance it. He has appealed to us to ascertain whether there is a society in existence to assist in such cases, but we do not know of one. Sunday Times, 5 July 1914, page 15.

Fremantle Police Court. Dismissed.-- On the complaint of Christopher Craig, Sam Raemman and Iseck Ostrovski were called to answer a charge of unlawful assault. Both pleaded not guilty. Complainant said that on Saturday last he was standing on the corner of Henry and High streets when his dog and an animal belonging to Ostrovski commenced to fight. He endeavoured to separate the animals, and was attacked by defendants, who punched and kicked him, breaking his hat and leaving marks on his face and body. Fred. Jose, an artilleryman, gave evidence in corroboration. The police evidence showed that the complainant and his witness were drunk and the Bench dismissed the case. The West Australian, 17 February 1914, page 9.

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