Half Casts

Half Casts

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The Western Australian

Volume 3 isssue 369 the Newspaper of times 23rd March
1931 senior editor George Yan

The escape of three native aboriginal children from the Moore river Native settlement has sparked the attention of many people the escaped of these three children Molly,Grace and Daisy has once again shown that the aboriginal people are still in denial of changing to the English culture. The search of the three escaped children has caused
the government great grief and the waste of important resources and money to find the three missing girls and guarantee the erasion of the unwanted third race 

The tree girls were part of a group of half casts who were separated from there mothers to be brought up in a white society and the Moore River Settlement. The institution is providing a positive environment in which Aboriginal children can better themselves. They spent merle on day before escaped from the settlement. This proves the point that the aboriginal people are not cooperating and aknowledgeing the fact that the removal of the aboriginal children is all about better protection care for the children and not about attacking he indigenous community.

The aboriginal girls are believed to be heading back to there home town Jigalong 12000 miles away from the settlement. They have been sighted by many locals travelling along the rabbit proof fence. The children's eagerness and determination to get back home has driven them

Into travelling through the harsh conditions that they have to face but what they don’t realise is that what the government is trying to do is for the better. 

Mr A.O.Neville is the man in charge of the taken half casts he is a strong man he is determined to ensure that this unwanted third race is eliminated. To grantee this he has done everything in his power to find the missing children and try to bring them to safety even with the limited...

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