https://archive.sro.wa.gov.au/index.php/greenough-police-station-au-wa-a1803This term was used during World War I to denote enemy subjects resident in Western Australia (although non-enemy subjects were also included). Registers denoting enemy subjects are :
- CONS 3595/203-206: Boulder Police Station. Aliens' Registers 1916
Provides name, sex, nationality, occupation, usual place of abode, present residence, personal description, thumb-print or signature, country of origin, date of birth, date of arrival in Australia, date naturalised, certificate number and occupation.
- AU WA S4752: Broome Police Station. Correspondence relating to internees 1941-1942
Includes names and occupation of internees - mostly Japanese.
- AU WA S4838 - cons41939: Fremantle Police Station. Enemy subjects in Fremantle 1914
Provides name, nationality, year of birth, place of abode, occupation, marital status, number of children, physical description.
- AU WA A1803: Greenough Police Station. Aliens registered 1916-1917
Provides name, sex, nationality, occupation, usual place of abode, present residence, personal description, thumb-print or signature.
- ACC 422/63: Toodyay Police Station. Registration of Aliens 1916-1917
Details provided as for Greenough Police Station.
- CONS 1496: File 95/1916 - Returns of persons of enemy nationality or descent or of doubtful loyalty in an government employment
This file contains correspondence from government departments and from individuals regarding the employment of enemy aliens, often providing names. There are also returns from various government departments about aliens employed, often giving such details as where from in Europe, birthplaces of parents, if naturalised and remarks.
This term is also used in Colonial Secretary's Office records to denote a foreigner (i.e., non-British) and is a useful subject heading when searching for foreigners in the Indexes to Colonial Secretary's Office records together with immigration and naturalisation.