2 edition of Results of a census of the Dominion of New Zealand taken for the night of the 17th April, 1921. found in the catalog.
Results of a census of the Dominion of New Zealand taken for the night of the 17th April, 1921.
New Zealand. Census and Statistics Dept.
At head of title: New Zealand.
|Statement||Comp. in the Census and statistics office, Wellington.|
|LC Classifications||HA3031 1921h|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 232 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||26007633|
New Zealand’s five-yearly census had been scheduled for 8 March But after Canterbury’s devastating February earthquake (see 22 February), Government Statistician Geoff Bascand and Statistics Minister Maurice Williamson announced that it would not go tics New Zealand’s Christchurch operations had been significantly disrupted, and the exodus of people from the . The following year the status of New Zealand changed when the country was proclaimed a Dominion as opposed to a Colony. As a result of the above in March the Postmaster-General announced that the 1d Penny Universal would be reissued with the words 'Dominion of New Zealand' in place of 'New Zealand' and that King Edward VII stamps would be.
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Dept. of Statistics. The New Zealand census was the sixteenth national population day used for the census was Sunday, 15 October The census of the Dominion of New Zealand revealed a total population of 1, - an overall increase of 90, or % over the census y: Dominion of New Zealand, British Empire.
Total (including Chinese and Half-castes). Persons. Males. Females. N OTE.—The Maori population of the Dominion (not included above), according to the result of a separate census taken in April,amounted to 49,Of these, 46, persons were found to be in the North Island, 2, persons in the South Island, 63 at Stewart Island, and Maoris and Morioris at the Chatham Islands.
Contents page of New Zealand blue book. View large image. Source: Archives New Zealandtop. This example of an early European census of New Plymouth (below) taken in by the Inspector of Police, Donald McLean, lists every householder by name, with occupation, number of people in the household, and details of cultivation and livestock.
The rivers of New Zealand were discussed in the issue of this book in an article (pages to ) supplied by R. Speight, Esq.,F.G.S., Curator of the Canterbury Museum. Considerations of space in the present book prevent more than a list of the more important rivers being given.
Full text of "Report on the results of a census of the Dominion of New Zealand, taken for the night of the 2nd April, " See other formats. New Zealand Government, Results of a Census of the Dominion of New Zealand taken for the night of 17th April CensusAppendix A (Wellington: Government Printer, ), 2.
Google Scholar Cited by: 4. New Zealand became a separate British Crown colony in and received responsible government with the Constitution Act in New Zealand chose not to take part in Australian Federation and became the Dominion of New Zealand on 26 SeptemberDominion Day, by proclamation of King Edward on status was a public mark of the political independence that had evolved over half a Capital: Wellington.
CENSUS OF NEW ZEALAND D—No. CENSUS OF NEW ZEALAND—IB6I. It will be seen that the Population of European Descent in New Zealand which in had in increased to 59, being an absolute increase in seven years amounting to 32, persons, or calculated centesimally, of per cent. CENSUS OE NEW ZEALAND, CENSUS OE NEW ZEALAND, D.—No.
described as a " Census" was taken in the early part of this year, which shows for those Provinces a Total of 1, of whom were Males and Females, above 14; and Males and Females under 14 (with five children " sex not known").
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Edited from New Zealand ‘Quick March’ – 10 Aprilpage An article on Tuesday 5 Aprilfor instance, Lincoln’s census was taken on the 03 January Anna was in Lincoln to meet with Mrs. Bessie Dredla, in relation to the ‘American and French Children’s League.
Bessie was a prominent woman in the area – she. On 26 September the colony of New Zealand ceased to exist. New Zealand became a dominion within the British Empire.
For a few years some New Zealanders celebrated ‘Dominion Day’ on 26 September with parades and public events. Some banks and law firms closed, with a few keeping up the tradition until the s.The Census noted t troops were abroad on Census night (New Zealand Census and Statistics Office, ).
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