1. 30 April 1906 : The Act Western Australia Aborigines Department, 1906. Report for Financial Year ending 30th June 1906. Perth. Government Printer. ; ‘Sick Natives for Bernier Island Lock Hospital’, Aborigines and Fisheries Department, Item 1911/0770, Con 652, SROWA.

2. May–October 1908 : The beginnings
“The Native Question. To The Editor”, The West Australian, Thursday 25 August, 1892, p 6. Signed J.R. Carnarvon. “The Native Question. To the Editor.”, Western Mail, Saturday, 27 August 1892, pp 31-32.“An Inter- esting Suggestion.”, Western Mail (Perth), Saturday, 27 August, 1892, p 26. “Local and General.”, The Northern Times (Carnarvon), Satur-day, 16 May 1908, p 2. Details from this article were also republished 25 years later: “A Backward Glance. Happenings 25 years ago”, Northern Times (Car- narvon), Wednesday 17 May 1933, p 6. “Bernier Island. Two years Among the Blacks.” (By H.P.L.), The West Australian, Saturday 16 April 1910, p9. This article was also published: “Bernier Island. Two years among the blacks. (By H.P.L.), Western Main (Perth), Saturday 23 April 1910, p 2. “News and Notes.”, The West Australian, Tuesday, 6 October 1908, pp4-5. “Disease amongst natives. The Lock Hospitals. Report by Superinten-dent Medical Officer.”, The West Australian, Wed, 5 Jan, 1901, p 8. “Syphilitic Natives Further Returns” 1908 Unnum-bered File SROWA.

3. March 1909 : Life on the islands Western Australia Aborigines Department, 1909. Report for Financial Year ending 30th June 1909. Perth. Government Printer, p 12.
“The Penguin’s Cruise. Aboriginal Island Hospitals. The work at Bernier.”, The West Australian (Perth), Wednesday 3 March 1909, p 8. Also published as: “The Penguin’s Cruise. Aboriginal Island Hospitals. The work at Bernier.”, Western Mail (Perth), Saturday, 6 March 1909, p 17.“Hospitals for Natives. New departure in the West.”, The Advertiser (Adelaide), Thurs 4 March, 1909, p 10. Also published as: “Vanishing Natives. A New Departure.”, The Register (Adelaide), Thursday, 4 March 1909, p. 10.
“The Aborigines Hospitals. Work at Dorre and Bernier Islands. Visit of the Colonial Secretary.”, The West Australian, Thursday, 4 March 1909, p 2. “The Lock Hospital. At Bernier Island.”, Northern Times (Carnarvon), Sat, 20 Nov, 1909, p 2. ‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Bernier and Dorre Islands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 1911, p 3. This same article also appeared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 February 1911, p 19 under the same headline.
‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Bernier and Dorre Islands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 2011, p 3.This same article also appeared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 February 1911, p 19 under the same headline.
Dr T.H. Lovegrove collection of photographs Photographs | 1908-10 SLWA Call number: 5021B/1-2 (Albums)) plus 2

4. February 1910 : First discharges ‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Bernier and Dorre Islands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 1911, p 3. This same article also appeared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 February 1911, p 19 under the same headline. “Western Australia.”, The Advertiser (Adelaide), 9 February, 1910, p 10. “Cured Natives.”, The Register (Ade- laide), Wednesday 9 February 1910, p 8. “Local and General’, Northern Times (Carnarvon), Saturday 1 April, 1911, p 2.‘News and Notes’, The West Australian, Tuesday 4 April, pp 6-7.‘The Lock Hospitals’, Western Mail (Perth), Saturday 8 April, 1911, p 43.‘Sick Aborigines. Cured of their disease’, Queensland Times (Ipswich), Thursday 6 April, 1911, p 3.‘The World’s News. Western Australia’, Sunday Times (Perth), Sunday 9 April 1911, p 8. ‘Local news.’, Geraldton Guardian, Tuesday 12 September 1911, p 2. This article was also published under the same headline in The Daily News (Perth), Thursday 14 September, 1911, p 4. Jebb, M.A., 1984, The Lock Hospitals Experiment: Europeans, Aborigines and Venereal Disease. Studies in Western Australian History VIII, Perth, 1984, p. 71. “Local and General.”, The Pilbara Goldfield News (Marble Bar), Friday 8 April 1910, p 2. “From Bernier to Wyndham. (By H.P.L.).”, Western Mail (Perth), Saturday 7 May 1910, p 2.

5. 30 June 1910 : Hard labour ‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Bernier and Dorre Islands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 1911, p 3. This same article also appeared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 Feb- ruary 1911, p 19 under the same headline.
“A Word for the Blacks. By One Who Knows Them”, Sunday Times (Perth), Sunday. 22 September 1918, p 5.

6. 21 November 1910 : Captive research subjects Barrington, R., 2015, Who was “Big George”? An exploration and critique of Aboriginalist discourse within historical photographic and written texts, Thesis, Curtin University, p 70. ‘My camp in the Murchison Bush’, By Daisy M. Bates, F.R.A.S, Western Mail (Perth), Saturday 17 June 1911, p 44.
“A Woman in the Wilderness. Mrs. Daisy Bates joins the ethno logical expedition. An Interesting Interview’, The West Australian, Thursday, 13 Oct, 1910, p 2. This article also appeared in the Western Mail in Perth on Saturday 22 Oct, p 43; The Mercury (Hobart) on Tuesday 25 Oct, 1910, p 3 - all with the same headline. “News Items”, Murchison Advo-cate, Thursday, 20 October, 1910, p 2.)
“News Items”, Murchison Advocate, Thursday, 27 October, 1910, p 2.
General News. The Black Range Courier and Sandstone Observer, Friday, 28 October, 1910, p 2. Jebb, M.A. (Unpublished). Isolating the ‘problem’: Venereal Disease and Aborigines in Western Australia (redraft of 1987 honours thesis), p. 93.See also, Bates, D., 1966, The Passing of the Aborigines: A Lifetime spent among the Natives of Australia. With a Foreword by Alan Moorehead and an introduction by Arthur Mee, Heinemann, Melbourne, p. 102.

7. 11 February 1911 : Harmful care ‘The Lock Hospitals at Bernier and Dorre Islands’, Western Mail, Saturday 11 February, 1911, p 30.
‘The Magical 606. A Marvelous Remedy. For a Vile Complaint.’, Sunday Times (Perth), Sunday 12 March 1911, p 16. ‘The Magical “606” Experiments in Perth. Marked Effects Noted.’, Sunday Times (Perth), Sunday 19 March 1911, p 7. “News and Notes.”, The West Australian, Thursday, 17 March, 1910, p 4. ‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Berni- er and Dorre Is-lands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 1911, p 3. This same article also ap-peared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 February 1911, p 19 under the same head- line. ‘The Lock Hospitals. Work at Bernier and Dorre Islands. Medical Officer’s Report.’, The West Australian, Wednesday 1 February, 1911, p 3. This same article also appeared in The Western Mail on Saturday 4 February 1911, p 19 under the same headline. the disease.
“Native Lock Hospitals. Bernier and Dorre Islands. (By “Vindex”).”, The West Australian, Sat, 2 July 1910, p 9.

8. 18 September 1911 : Discriminatory policies Cumpston, J.J.L., 1919, Venereal Disease in Australia, Commonwealth of Australia Quarantine Service Publication No. 17, p 6.

9. 1917 : Impending closure “Local and General.”, The Pilbarra Goldfield News (Marble Bar), Tues, 11 Sept, 1917. P 2.
“Further Economy. North-West Native Hospitals. Closed by the Government. Annual saving of £2,000”, The Daily News, Wed 7 Nov, 1917, p 7. “Lock Hospitals. Closing of Island Establishments. A Government Economy.”, The West Australi-an, Friday, 9 Nov, 1917, p 8.
“Summary. State News.”, Western Mail (Perth), Friday 16 November 1917, p 19.
“Metropolitan News. (From Our City Representative).”, Geraldton Guardian, Tuesday, 20 November 1917, p 2. “Lock Hospitals. Closing of Island Establishments. A Government Economy.”, The West Australian, Friday, 9 Nov, 1917, p 8.

10. 9 January 1919 : Hospitals closed but confinement continues “Port Hedland.”, The West Australian, Thurs, 9 Oct, 1919, p 6. “Local and General.”, The Pilbarra Goldfield News (Marble Bar), Tues 21 Oct, 1919, p 2.
“Local and General.”, The Pilbarra Goldfield News (Marble Bar), Tues 14 Oct, 1919, p 2.
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