STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND FOR 1867


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Chapter 1. CENSUS RESULTS AND GENERAL STATISTICS OF
NEW ZEALAND FOR 1867.
REPORT
TO
THE HONORABLE EDWARD WILLIAM STAFFORD,
COLONIAL SECRETARY,
&c., &c., &c.

Registrar‐General's Office,

Wellington, 25th February, 1869.

Previous publication of portions of Contents of this Volume, viz.:‐

Abstracts of Census Results;

Tables of General Statistics.

SIR,‐

Before entering upon the matters to which this Report is to be devoted, it appears proper to premise that the Statistical Volume which I have now the honour to present, is, to a considerable extent, substantially a re‐issue of information previously published. On the 9th of July in last year, a Parliamentary Paper, under the title of "Abstracts of certain Principal Results of a Census of New Zealand, taken in December, 1867," was published and presented to both Houses of the General Assembly. These Abstracts included a number of particulars respecting the Population, Cultivations and Crops, and the Live Stock in the Colony, shown both for each Province and for each Electoral District; with Comparative Tables exhibiting the progress ascertained by the successive Censuses of 1858, 1861, 1864, and 1867. The figures for 1867 were indeed stated to be at that time subject to revision, (and considerable labour has since been expended in the endeavour to make them as accurate as possible); but, as I then anticipated, the alterations made in consequence of that revision are for the most part of very little practical importance, deriving their value chiefly from their affording, in some instances, a closer approximation to that accuracy in every detail of statistical compilation which it is so obviously desirable to secure....

On the 2nd of September, a series of "Statistical Tables in anticipation of the Annual Volume for 1867" was presented to the General Assembly. This included Immigration and Emigration; Births, Deaths, and Marriages; Trade and Interchange (Shipping, Imports and Exports, summarized and in detail); the whole of the Statistics relating to Revenue and Finance; the whole of the Postal Statistics; and other matters. Indeed, the extent to which this Volume was anticipated by that series is shown by the fact that it contained fifty of the Tables (No. I. to No. L.) in the Second Part, ‐‐which, as they now appear again, are not even a reprint, but, as stated above, simply a re‐issue, of the same Tables Other branches of the Census Results, (the compilation of some of which is everywhere found laborious and often tedious), and the portions of the General Statistics after No. 50 in Part II., remained to be prepared. But most of these were ready within a few weeks after the presentation of the series above referred to; and there is no doubt that the complete Volume would have been in circulation some months since, had not the pressure of work entailed by the Parliamentary Session on the Government Printing Office caused a lengthened and entire cessation of the printing of the Statistics. Recently this work has been resumed, and carried on with a rapidity which has, in some measure, made up for previous delays.

I have submitted this statement with a twofold object:‐‐1, To explain to many into whose hands this Volume will come how it is that they will find in it numerous Tables precisely the same as Tables in their possession long since; and, 2, to suggest for the consideration of any critics, who may be inclined to characterize the Volume as a publication of "antediluvian Statistics,"‐‐because while it relates to 1867 it is only published in 1869, ‐‐the fact that a large portion of the most important information contained in it is not now published for the first time, ‐‐various particulars of the Census Results as given in the "Abstracts" above referred to having been, several months ago, published in leading journals in the United Kingdom, to the Editors of which the Parliamentary Paper was transmitted.

Division of Volume into Two Parts

With a view to facility of reference and general convenience of arrangement, the Tables have (as in the Volume for 1864) been classified in Two Divisions, Part I. being devoted to the Census exclusively, and Part II. containing the General Statistics for the Year. A separate list of "Contents" is given for each of these "Parts."

PART I.‐‐CENSUS.

Appendix A.

The Triennial Census enumeration was taken for the night of the 19th December, 1867, on a plan substantially the same as that adopted in December, 1861, and December, 1864, by which the information was obtained not only for each Province of the Colony, but also for each of the Electoral Districts returning Members to the General Assembly. The compilations have been made in accordance with this arrangement, separate Tables having been constructed for the Provinces and the Electoral Districts respectively, upon all the branches of information with regard to which such details seemed necessary. The exact territory comprised within each of the Electoral Districts named in the Tables will be found described in the Appendix to this Part of the Volume, according to the definitions given in the several Representation Acts by which they were respectively constituted. These descriptions follow consecutively in the order in which the Districts are arranged in the Tables, being the order of the Provinces from Auckland (North) to Southland. It is to be borne in mind, however, that as "The County of Westland Act, 1867," had not yet been brought into force when the Census was taken the territory included in that County was, as before, included in the Province of Canterbury. But the particulars of information relating to the County are easily ascertainable from the Tables for the Electoral Districts, the Census Results for that territory being comprehended in the figures for the two Electoral Districts of Westland South and Westland Boroughs.

Object of this Report.

I now proceed, as on former occasions, to give, in a condensed form, the leading points of the information embodied in the following Tables, referring those who desire to enter into minuter details to the Tables themselves. Notes in the margin will direct to the several Tables in which such details are to be found.

POPULATION.

PART I.
TABLES I., II., IV. Population of Colony (as shown by Census);‐
Of each Province.

Of the Northern and Middle Islands.

Population probably greater than Census Numbers

The Population of New Zealand (exclusive of Aboriginal Natives, and of the Military and their Families), was, ‐‐as shown by the Census Returns for December, 1867,‐218,668, of whom 131,929 were Males, and 86,739 Females. The distribution of this Population through the several Provinces was as follows, ‐‐viz., Auckland, 48,321;‐‐Taranaki, 4,359;‐‐Wellington, 21,950;‐‐ Hawke's Bay, 5,283 ;‐‐Nelson, 23,814;‐‐Marlborough, 4,371;‐‐Canterbury (including the County of Westland), 53,866; or, if the Population returned for that County (15, 418) be deducted, 38,448;‐‐Otago, 48,577;‐‐and Southland, 7,943;‐‐to which is to be added 184, the Population of the Chatham Islands, to make up the General Total stated above. Thus it will be seen that the Northern Island (comprising the Provinces of Auckland, Taranaki, Wellington, and Hawke's Bay) contained 79,913, or 36,58 percent;‐‐and the Middle Island (comprising the Provinces of Nelson, Marlborough, Canterbury, Otago, and Southland), 138,571, or 63,42 per cent, of the whole Population of the Colony. There can be no doubt, however, that the actual Numbers exceeded the Totals given for the Colony, as besides individual omissions through the negligence of Sub‐Enumerators or from other causes, there are almost insuperable difficulties in obtaining a correct enumeration of the Gold‐Digging Population. Had such an enumeration been practicable, the Total would almost certainly have been many hundreds, or even several thousands, more than it is.

Comparison with previous years..

The ascertained Numbers in 1867, as compared with the Population shown by the Census of 1864, exhibit an Increase within the triennial period of 46,510 or 27.01 per cent. The Average Annual Increase from 1864 to 1867 thus appears to have been nine per cent. The following Summary shows the numerical Increase or Decrease in each of the Provinces within that period, with the proportionate Increase or Decrease in 1867, calculated on the Population of each Province in 1864: -

 
AUCKLAND,Numerical Increase,6189, or 14.68 per cent.
TARANAKI,Numerical Decrease,15, or 0.34,
WELLINGTON,Numerical Increase,6963, or 46.46,
HAWKE'S BAY,Numerical Increase,1,513, OR 40.13,
NELSON,Numerical Increase,11,904, OR 99.94,
MARLBOROUGH,Numerical Decrease,1,148, or 20.80,
CANTERBURY,Numerical Increase,21,590, or 66.89,
OTAGO,Numerical Decrease,442, or 0.90,
SOUTHLAND,Numerical Decrease,142, OR 1.76,

Progress of Population 1851‐67.

A Comparative Table (No. II) shows the Population for the respective Provinces in December 1858, December 1861, December 1864, and December 1867, with the Numerical and Centesimal Increase or Decrease in each of them during the respective Triennial Periods 1858‐61, 1861‐64, and 1864‐67. A comparison of the Numbers in 1858 with those in 1851, when a Census of the Colony was taken, could not be exhibited with equal accuracy for the Provinces, and is not included in the Table; bat it may be interesting to introduce here the evidence of the progress of Population in the Colony, as a whole, since the first date (1851). In that year the Total Population numbered 26,707. In 1858 it had (according to the finally corrected figures) increased to 59,413, being an Increase in seven years amounting to 32,706 persons, or 122.46 per cent. In 1861, the Total was 99,021, being an Increase, as compared with 1858, of 39,608, or 39.99 per cent. In 1864, the Total was 172,158 being an Increase, as compared with 1861, of 73,137, or 73.86 per cent. And in 1867, as has been shown, the Total was 218,668, being an Increase as compared with 1864, of 46,510 persons, or 27.01 per cent. Comparing the two years‐‐1851 and 1867‐‐the aggregate Increase during the period of sixteen years amounted to 191, 961 persons, or 718.77 per cent. being an average Increase for each year included in the period amounting to 11,997 persons, or 44‐92 per cent.

Electoral Districts. TABLE IV.

The Population, of each Electoral District of the Colony will be found in Table No. IV., which shows, in addition to the Numbers, the Sexes and the Ages, and the Numbers of each Sex under and over twenty‐one years of age.

Population of Towns. TABLE III.

A separate Table is devoted to the Population of Cities or Towns in the Colony. It shows the Numbers of the Inhabitants in the Chief Town of each Province in 1867 as compared with 1864, with the Numerical and Centesimal Increase or Decrease within that period; also the Population, in 1867, of a number of other Towns or Townships, in which a similar comparison cannot be carried out, their Population not having been separately ascertained in 1864.

ABORIGINAL NATIVE POPULATION.

Appendix C.

Appendix B.

Although the Numbers of the Aboriginal Native Population are not ascertained by the Census of the Colony, I am enabled, by Returns supplied from the Native Secretary's Office, to give the estimate of them which will be found in Appendix B. and Appendix C. of this Part. Indeed, as respects the Provinces of Canterbury, Otago, and Southland, an enumeration which may be regarded as a Census was made in the early part of 1868 by ALEXANDER MACKAY, Esq., Native Commissioner, the results of which will be found in Appendix C. They show, for those three Provinces, a Total of 1,433, of whom 798 were Males, (535 above fourteen years of age, and 263 under fourteen), and 630 Females, (427 above, and 203 under fourteen); with five Children, sex not stated Appendix B. relates chiefly to the Northern Island, in which the bulk of the Maori Population is found, ‐‐including, however, those in the Province of Nelson, and the Prisoners who were then at the Chatham Islands. This does not profess to be any more than an Estimate; and Remarks appended to some of the figures point to the conclusion that the Estimate is below what are (or at least then were) the true Numbers. Taking the figures as they stand, they show 14,897 Men; 12,353 Women; and 9,857 Children; making a Total of 37,107. These, added to the Numbers in Appendix C, represent the General (estimated) Total of the Aboriginal Native Population in the Colony as 38,540.

If it were possible to collect with regard to the Maories reliable information relating to various branches of Census Statistics, no doubt the Results would have a high and peculiar interest. But the impracticability of accomplishing this at present is only too evident. It may not be out of place, however, to quote here a passage from a letter from Mr. A. Mackay which accompanied the "Census" Return for parts of the Middle Island above referred to. Although relating only to one point, and to a portion of the Colony in which the Numbers of the Maories are comparatively small, it throws a gleam of light where unhappily there is much that is gloomy and discouraging. Referring to the Natives at the whole of the places visited by him, Mr. Mackay says‐‐

"There is one marked improvement in their condition that I am happy to be able to report satisfactorily on; and that is the general sobriety of the whole Population. The intemperance they were addicted to in former years‐‐lamented over by former Officers as demoralizing and diminishing their Race, ‐‐has almost entirely disappeared; and I am happy to say that drunkenness amongst them at the present time is quite as rare as sobriety in former years."

RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF SEXES.

Proportions of the Sexes in the Colony.

The Number of Males in New Zealand, (exclusive of the Aboriginal Natives and the Military and their Families), according to the Census Returns for December 1867, was 131,929, or 60.33 per cent, of the whole Population. The Number of Females was 86,739, or 39.67 per cent. The following figures will show, for each Province separately, the centesimal proportions of Males and Females respectively to the Population of the Province, and the centesimal excess of Males in each Province:‐‐

In each Province.

 MALES, per cent.FEMALES, per cent.CENTESIMAL EXCESS OF MALES.
AUCKLAND56.0143.9912.02
TARANAKI57.9942.0115.98
WELLINGTON56.5043.5013.00
HAWKE'S BAY60.5139.4921.02
NELSON68.9731.0337.94
MARLBOROUGH62.5937.4125.18
CANTERBURY61.4138.5922.82
OTAGO61.2938.7122.58
SOUTHLAND57.9142.4915.82
AVERAGE FOR THE COLONY60.3339.6720.66

Proportions in 1864, 1861, AND 1858

The Average Proportions of the Sexes in December 1864 was, Males, 1858. 61.91; Female, 38.09; Excess of Males, 23‐82. In December 1861, they were, ‐‐Males, 61.67; Females, 38‐33; Excess of Males, 23.34. This was a remarkable increase on the proportion of Males as compared with 1858, when the proportions were, Males, 56.68; Females, 43.32; Excess of Males, 13.36 per cent. ; but it was to a considerable extent explained by the great influx of Miners to the Gold Fields of the Colony, very many of whom were unmarried, or had left their Wives and Families in other Countries. It is gratifying to observe that, notwithstanding the continuance of this element of disparity, yet the last Returns show some tendency towards an equalization of the Numbers of the Sexes.

CIVIL OR CONJUGAL CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.

TABLES V., VII.

Proportions of Married and Unmarried.

The General Totals for the Colony, as shown by the Census of 1867, were as follow:‐‐Married Males, 34,291, ‐‐being 15.68 per cent, on the whole Population, and 25‐99 per cent, on the Total Number of Males;‐‐MARRIED FEMALES, 32,606; being 14.91 per cent, on the whole Population, and 37.59 per cent, on the Total Number of Females;‐‐Unmarried Males (including Widowers and Male Children), 95,562; being 43.70 percent, on the whole Population, and 72.43 per cent, on the Total Number of Males;‐‐Unmarried Females (including Widows and Female Children), 53,177; being 24.31 per cent, on the whole Population, and 61.30 per cent, on the Total Number of Females. The Numbers of Widowers and Widows included are,‐‐2,380 WIDOWERS and 2,562 WIDOWS....There were 3,032 Persons (viz. 2,076 Males, and 956 Females) with regard to whom no information as to " Condition" was obtained.

Proportions aged 15 and upwards.

If we deduct from the Totals of "Unmarried" the persons under fifteen years of age, the Numbers remaining are, Males, 55,217; Females, 14,337. The proportions between the Sexes from the age of fifteen upwards is thus shown to be 79.39 per cent, of Males, and 20.61 per cent, of Females.

The information thus arrived at may be expressed otherwise as follows:‐‐ Of every 100 of the Total Male Population, 25.99 per cent, were married; and 41.86 aged 15 and upwards, with 30.58 under 15, were unmarried (there being 1.57 whose " Condition " was not stated):‐‐and of every 100 of the Total Female Population, 37.60 per cent, were married; and 16.53 aged 15 and upwards, with 44.17 under 15, were unmarried (there being 1.10 whose" Condition" was not stated).

Comparison with 1864.

According to the Census of 1864, a similar calculation exhibited the following results. Of every 100 of the Total Male Population, 25.78 per 1864 cent, were married; and 44.95 aged 15 and upwards, with 27.97 under 15, were unmarried (there being 1.30 whose "Condition" was not stated):‐‐and of every 100 of the Total Female Population, 38.50 were married; and 1743 aged 15 and upwards, with 43.55 under 15, were unmarried (there being 0.52 whose "Condition" was not stated).

DWELLINGS OF THE PEOPLE.

TABLES V., VI., VII

Numbers of Dwellings.

Numbers of Rooms.

The Total Number of Houses or Dwellings in the Colony in December 1867 was 54,015, against 37,996 in 1864, being an Increase of 16,019 within the Three Years. It is to be remarked, however, that the Gross Total for 1867 included 4,595 Tents, against 6,742 in 1864, ‐‐most of these in both years being, as might be supposed, in the Gold Fields Districts. The Tents may be regarded as included in the Numbers of Dwellings having "1 or 2 Rooms," which in 1867 amounted to a Total of 26,558, against 18,841 in 1864; there being in 1867, as compared with 1864, 6,209 Dwellings of three Rooms, against 4,612; 7,844 of four Rooms, against 5,352; 3,543 of five Rooms, against 2,451; and 9,861 of six Rooms and upwards, against 6,674 in 1864.

Materials.

With respect to the Materials of which the Houses were constructed, the Returns show, ‐‐Wood, 38,844, against 25,463 in 1864; Stone or Brick, 1,182, against 1,082 in 1864; and Other Materials (including Raupo Houses and the Tents above referred to), 13,989, against 11,451 in 1864.

Details of the information thus summarized will be found, for the several Provinces in Tables V. and VI.; and for the Electoral Districts in Table VII.

Proportion of population to each Dwelling.

The proportion of the Population to each Dwelling, calculated on the Census Returns of the respective years, was 4.04 in 1867; 4‐53 in 1864; 4.42 in 1861; and 4.63 in 1858.

TABLES VIII., IX.

Uninhabited Houses.

Houses Building.

The Sub‐Enumerators were furnished with special Forms for Returns of Uninhabited Houses, and Houses Building, in their Sub‐Districts. The Results, as given in those Forms, have been compiled, and are shown in Table VIII. for the Provinces, and in Table IX. for the Electoral Districts. But some uncertainty attaches to the part of these Results relating to Uninhabited Houses, it being evident that while, in several instances, they include Stores, Shops, Offices, ©, which were occupied during the day‐time (only), in many other instances there are no means of accurately ascertaining from them whether or not such Buildings were counted as "Uninhabited." The Returns of "Houses Building" are more reliable. They show for. the Colony a Total of 702; of which 550 were to be of Wood; 51 of Stone or Brick; and 101 of Other Materials.

ELECTORAL FRANCHISE.

TABLE X.

Number of Electors.

The Total Male Population shown in the Tables for the Electoral Districts, (which, it is to be borne in mind, do not include the Numbers who were on Shipboard on the Census night, or the inhabitants of the Chatham Islands), is 129,761; of whom 80,122 were aged 21 years or upwards. The Total Number of Electors on the Rolls at the same date was 33,338;‐‐a Number which does not include the Electors for the Electoral District of the Otago Gold Fields, the nature of whose qualification (as defined in "The Miners Representation Act Amendment Act, 1863") does not admit of the formation of an Electoral Roll in the usual way. The Total Number of Representatives for these Constituencies in the General Assembly was Seventy‐two (including the two Members for the Otago Gold Fields, but, of course, not including the Members for the four Maori Electoral Districts constituted by " The Maori Representation Act, 1867, " by which the House of Representatives has been made to consist of Seventy‐six Members altogether).

Proportion of Electors to Male Population.

The proportion of Electors to every 100 of the Total Male Population shown for the Electoral Districts in December, 1867, was 25.69 per cent., against 19.71 per cent, in 1864, and 22.39 per cent, in 1861;‐‐and the proportion to every 100 Males aged 21 and upwards was, in 1867, 41.60 per cent., against 31.43 in 1864, and 39.32 in 1861. Table X. contains calculations of the proportions for each Electoral District; but although these calculations exhibit correct results as the Electoral Rolls actually stood at the time, the value of the detailed comparison between Electoral Franchise and Population is necessarily qualified by the consideration that, in numerous instances, the Electors are non‐resident, many having votes in more than one District.

PLACES OF BIRTH.

TABLES XI., XII.

The Places of Birth of the Population are shown, for the several Provinces, numerically in Table XI., and centesimally in Table XII. The following were the proportions for the whole Colony:‐‐England, 30.01 per cent. ; Ireland, 12.78; Scotland, 15.93; Wales, 0.60; New Zealand, 29.29 ; Australian Colonies, 5.17; Other British Dominions, 1.74; United States of America, 0.56 ; France, 0.25; Germany, 1.30; China, 0.56; Other Foreign Countries, 1.12; at Sea, 0.34; Not Specified, 0.35.

Subjoined is a compendious Tabular View of the information on this subject derived from the Census of 1867, compared with that supplied by the Census of 1864:‐‐

PLACES OF BIRTH.POPULATION.INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867.PROPORTION PER CENT. OF EACH NATIONALITY TO THE RESPECTIVE TOTALS OF POPULATION.
1864.1867.Numerical.Proportionate1864.1867.
ENGLAND58,44465,6147,17012.2733.9530.01
IRELAND20,31727,9557,63837.5911.8012.78
SCOTLAND30,94034,8263,88612.5517.9815.93
WALES1,0291,319...28.180.600.60
NEW ZEALAND41,23564,05222,81755.3323.9529.29
AUSTRALIAN COLONIES9,53311,3131,78018.675.545.17
OTHER BRITISH DOMINIONS3,1093,798...22.161.801.74
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA1,1151,213988.780.650.56
FRANCE......489.500.290.25
GERMANY1,9992,838...41.971.161.30
OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES (including CHINA)2,1893,6671,47867.521.271.68
AT SEA.........24.960.350.34
NOT SPECIFIED1,142...dcr. 373dcr. 32.660.660.35
 172,158218,66846,51027.01100.00100.00

OCCUPATIONS.

TABLES XIII., XIV.

On this, as on former occasions, I have carefully considered the practicability and expediency of adopting the more detailed modes of classification of Occupations which have of late years been introduced in some other countries. But, although the Census Returns have been compiled with considerable labour and detail in this Office, I have not thought it desirable to make any material alteration in the form of Table in which they were presented in former years. The difficulties which I have previously more than once pointed out continue to impede any attempt to tabulate this branch of the Census information in New Zealand without incurring the risk of showing conclusions which would almost certainly be misleading in effect, however close may be their merely verbal accordance with the Household Schedules. Amongst the causes of this difficulty continue to be, ‐‐the great number of cases in which settlers follow more than one occupation;‐‐ the instances (probably frequent) in which they entered in the Schedules the professions or callings to which they were brought up, or with which they would prefer to be identified, (perhaps from a notion of their superior " respectability, " as if there were not true respectability in the diligent pursuit of any branch of honest industry), rather than those in which they are most habitually engaged, or from which they principally derive their maintenance;‐‐the vagueness of many of the descriptions;‐‐and the different names given to what may be regarded as really the same business. The Tables will, however, afford a general view of the proportions in which the Colonists are engaged in the chief employments and pursuits, and the following Summary will show the comparative numbers in 1864 and 1867:‐

OCCUPATIONS.1864.1867.INCREASE.PROPORTIONS OF OCCUPATIONS TO THE POPULATION.
Numerical.Proportionate.1864.1867.
TRADE, COMMERCE, AND MANUFACTURES7,62510,1942,56933.694.434.66
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL12,08612,08918,8636,77456.037.028.63
MECHANICS, ARTIFICERS, AND SKILLED WORKERS12,11813,6951,57713.017.046.26
MINING12,52720,3727,84562.627.289.32
PROFESSIONS,‐CLERICAL, MEDICAL, AND LEGAL.........18.410.360.33
TEACHERS, SURVEYORS, AND OTHER EDUCATED PROFESSIONS1,1061,477...33.540.640.67
LABOURERS12,63913,025...3.057.345.96
DOMESTIC AND GENERAL SERVANTS6,2027,2591,05717.043.603.32
MISCELLANEOUS13,95127,82913,87899.478.1112.73
NO OCCUPATION STATED (PRINCIPALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN)93,282105,22111,93912.7954.1848.12
 172,158218,66846,51027.01100.00100.00

RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS.

TABLES XV., XVI.

The List of "Religious Bodies" in Schedule D. of "The Marriage Act, 1854" (as amended by "The Marriage Act Amendment Act, 1867"), has, as on former occasions, been made the basis of the compilation of the Census Results relating to Religious Denominations in 1867. A column has been added for the large number returned as "Protestants" without any more distinctive designation, ‐‐amounting to a Total of 3,902 or l.78 per cent, of the Population. A column has also been introduced for those returned as "Pagans," "Chinese," or "Heathen," numbering 1,111 (most of them in the Province of Otago).

Under the heading "Otherwise Described,"‐‐that is, by designations which could not be brought under any of the previous headings in the Table, ‐‐are 3, 195 Persons, or 1.46 per Cent. This Number will be found reduced to 248 Persons by the Note to Table XV., in which I have given the respective Descriptions compiled from the Schedules for 2,947. No Designation has been omitted the Persons returned as belonging to which numbered as many as fifteen, (including men, women, and children), in the Colony. For the remaining 248 Persons there were no less than forty‐nine descriptions;‐‐many of them, no doubt, almost identical in meaning, but all varying more or less in the form of expression.

The Number not described in any way as to Religious Denomination was 1,752, or 0.80 per cent, of the Population, ‐‐being considerably smaller than that in 1864, when the Number "Not Described" amounted to 2,618, or 152 per cent.

Proportion of each Denomination to Total Population.

The centesimal calculations in Table No. XVI. show that, according to the Numbers given in the preceding Table (No. XV.), the Church of England had, in December 1867, 42.53 per cent, of the Population of the Colony; the Presbyterian Churches, 25.12 per cent.; the Roman Catholic Church, 13.91 per cent.; the Wesleyan Methodist Church, 7.62 per cent.; the Congregational Independents, 1.94 per cent.; the Baptists, l‐99 per cent.; the Primitive Methodists, 0.61 per cent.; the Lutherans, 1‐09 per cent.; the Hebrews, 0.57 per cent.; the Society of Friends, 0.07 per cent.; "Protestants," not more distinctively described, were 1.78 per cent.; Pagans, Chinese, and Heathen, 0.51 per cent.; Otherwise Described, 1.46 per cent.; and Not Described in any way, 0.80 per cent.

The subjoined Summary exhibits a comparison between 1864 and 1867, showing, for each of those years, the Numbers of the Population returned as belonging to each of the Principal Denominations; the Increase or Decrease on each in 1867, both in absolute Numbers and in the centesimal proportions borne by those Numbers to the Numbers in 1864; and the centesimal proportion of each Denomination to the Total Population in the respective years:‐‐

DENOMINATION.POPULATION.INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867.PROPORTIONS TO TOTAL POPULATION.
1864.1867.Numerical.Proportionate.1864.1867.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND73,11892,99019,87227.1742.4742.53
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES42,05854,92912,87130.6024.4325.12
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH21,50730,4138,90641.4112.4913.91
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH12,50616,6694,16333.297.267.62
CONGREGATIONAL INDEPENDENTS3,6894,246...15.102.141.94
BAPTISTS3,3914,353...28.371.971.99
PRIMITIVE METHODISTS1,3401,332dcr. 8dcr. 0‐590.780.61
LUTHERAN CHURCH1,8032,383...32‐161.051.09
HEBREWS...1,247...30‐570.560.57
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS......1814.060.080.07
PROTESTANTS (NO PARTICULAR DENOMINATION SPECIFIED)6,8253,902dcr. 2,923dcr. 42.823.961.78
OTHERWISE DESCRIBED2,2204,3062,08693.961.291.97
NOT DESCRIBED2,6181,752dcr. 866dcr. 33.071.520.80
 17,2158218,668465,1027.01100.00100.00

EDUCATION.

The Census Returns relating to this most important subject show the following general Results. Of the Population of the Colony, of both Sexes and all Ages, there were 45,411 unable to Read or Write; 15,396 who could Read only; and 151,431 who could both Read and Write; to which are to be added 6,430 respecting whose state of education the Schedules contained no information. Deducting these, it appears that, of the Population under fifteen years of age, there were 24,100, ‐‐viz., 12,391 Males, and 11,709 Females;‐‐and, of the Population aged fifteen and upwards, 127,331, ‐‐viz., 84,394 Males, and 42,937 Females;‐‐able to Read and Write. The centesimal proportions are as follow:‐‐Under Fifteen Years of Age‐‐Cannot Read, Males, 54.01 per cent.; Females, 54.45 per cent.;‐‐Read only, Males, 13.66 per cent.; Females, 13.75 per cent.;‐‐Read and Write, Males, 32.33 per cent.; Females, 31.80 per cent.;‐‐Fifteen Years and Upwards‐‐Cannot Read, Males, 3‐22 per cent.; Females, 3.74 per cent. ;‐‐Read only, Males, 2.65 per cent.; Females, 5.74 per cent.;‐‐Read and Write, Males, 94‐13 per cent.; Females, 90.52 per cent.‐‐Both Sexes and all Ages‐‐Cannot Read, 21.40 per cent.; Read only, 7.25 per cent. ; Read and Write, 71.35 per cent. In 1864 the proportion able to Read and Write was 72.70, so that, at first view, there would seem to be a retrogression in 1867; but before adopting that discouraging conclusion it is to be remembered that there were in the latter year 6,430 Persons, (many of them Gold Diggers respecting whom the Census information was imperfect on various points), whose state of education was not shown in the Schedules, while in 1864 the Numbers similarly Not Described was only 2,862; and that all the proportions are to be viewed as subject to the qualification arising out of the necessary deduction of this Number. It is right also to note that in 1864 the proportion of the Total Population able to Read and Write showed an Increase of 4.03 per cent, as compared with 1861; while 1861 showed an Increase of 5.16 per cent, on the proportion shown by the Census of 1858.

SCHOOLS.

TABLE XX.

The information embodied in Table XX. includes the Numbers of each Sex attending School in each Province in December 1867, distinguishing between Schools receiving Government aid and Private Schools, and between Day and Sunday Schools; and showing the Numbers of Males and Females respectively under five years of age, and between five and fifteen in the Colony, and in each Province.

The subjoined Table presents a Summary of the Numbers attending Schools in December 1867, as compared with the Numbers in December 1864;‐‐

PROVINCES.AT DAY SCHOOLS.AT SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
SUPPORTED BY GOVERNMENT AID.PRIVATE, OR NOT RECEIVING GOVERNMENT AID.AT SUNDAY ONLY.AT BOTH DAY AND SUNDAY.
1864.1867.1864.1867.1864.1867.1864.1867.
AUCKLAND1,447...2,5733,258...1,3532,3802,584
TARANAKI........................
WELLINGTON......1,2351,793.........1,438
HAWKE'S BAY51.........4860......
NELSON1,4501,668............1,1161,552
MARLBOROUGH99.........118175...
CANTERBURY1,4562,1781,3412,297...1,2981,7753,048
OTAGO2,2963,2981,1581,546......1,8532,922
SOUTHLAND...73..................
    TOTALS7,90039,3138,07210,6392,6415,0108,95812,765

The nearest approach to what may be considered as the "School‐going period" which is derivable from the Census Returns is that shown by the Numbers between the ages of Five and Fifteen. Within those ages, the Population amounted to a Total of 41,793; and the Numbers returned as attending Day Schools to 19,952, being a proportion of 47.74 per cent, on that Total, ‐‐against 50.28 per cent, on the Total (of 31,737) in 1864. Dividing the Number within the specified ages according to the sexes, there were attending Day Schools (in 1867), of the Total of Males (which was 21, 376) a Total of 10, 447, or 48‐87 per cent., against 51.36 per cent, in 1864; and of the Total of Females (which was 20,417), a Total of 9, 505, or 46.55 per cent., against 49.25 per cent, in 1864. Taking the aggregate Population of all ages under Fifteen,(which amounted to 79,185 persons), the proportion attending Day Schools in 1867 was 25.20 per cent., against 27.36 per cent, in 1864.

These calculations have been carefully made from the Returns supplied to this Office; but, as I have had occasion to remark with regard to each of the previous Censuses, the columns for School Attendance are frequently those which are least satisfactorily filled up in the Schedules; and, notwithstanding the efforts made to render clear the headings distinguishing between attendance on "Day Schools," on "Sunday Schools only,"and on "BothDay and Sunday Schools," it is to be apprehended that there has sometimes been confusion or inaccuracy in the entries made by the Householders. Notwithstanding, however, any defectiveness in parts of the Returns, they distinctly bring out the facts that, in 1867, there were at least 19,952 Scholars attending Day Schools (Public or Private) in the Colony; and that (including those attending Sunday Schools only, and those attending both Day and Sunday Schools) 17,775 were receiving Sunday School instruction. The Numbers of those receiving education at homecannot of course be exhibited in these Returns; but the existence, extent, and value of Home Education in New Zealand should never be lost sight of, or treated as unimportant, in any comprehensive estimate of the means in operation for the intellectual and moral training of the Youth of the Colony.

“Census Acts Amendment Act, 1867.”

Most of the information in the remaining Tables of this Part was collected under the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly passed shortly before the Census was taken. "The Census Acts Amendment Act, 1867" (besides providing that, in addition to the general Triennial Census, there shall in future be an Annual Account taken of the Land in Cultivation, and of the Agricultural Produce thereof), substituted for certain requirements of "The Census Act, 1858," a greatly extended Schedule of subjects connected with Agricultural and Industrial Statistics on which information was to be obtained. Notwithstanding the shortness of the interval between the passing of this Act and the time at which it was necessary that new Forms of Schedule should be prepared, printed, and sent out, (with corresponding Instructions), to the Enumerators in the Provinces, the objects of the Act were attained with a degree of success which (considering that many of the inquiries were then made for the first time) may, I think, be regarded as satisfactory and encouraging. The series of Tables commencing with No. XXI. will be found to contain more or less complete information on nearly the whole of the subjects specified in its Schedule.

*The only exceptions are the “Extent and Description of Fencing,“ (as distinguished from the “Extent of Land Fenced,“ which is fully given); and “Forest Trees, (Plantations of).“ The inquiries respecting these were duly made in the Census Schedules, but the Returns were so defective in some instances (being, indeed, as to the former wholly blank for two of the Provinces), or when given so qualified by doubts as to their correctness, or so manifestly incorrect, that it would not be possible to compile from them Tables which would be of any real value.

LAND AND CROPS.

TABLES XXI.‐XXIII.

Table XXI. shows, in a summary form, for each Province, and Table XXII. shows for each Electoral District, the Extent of Holding, distinguishing Freehold and Leasehold; the Number of Acres Fenced; the Number of Acres broken up but not under Crop; and the Number of Acres under each of the principal Crops. Table XXIII. gives a comparative view for the years 1858, 1861, 1864, and 1867, of the Quantity of Land Fenced and the Numbers of Acres under the respective Crops,‐‐(excepting of course those which, having been newly introduced in the inquiries at the last Census, could not be brought into a Comparative Table).

Extent of Holdings.

The Extent of Holdings in the Colony was returned as 18,762,057 acres‐‐viz., 5,068,440 Acres Freehold, and 13,693,617 Acres Leasehold.

The Total Number of Acres Fenced was 3,455,588, against 1,072,383 Acres in 1864. No doubt this remarkable Increase was, in a considerable degree, owing to the large extent of wire fencing erected in the Pastoral Districts, especially in Canterbury, where the Number of Acres in 1867 was returned as 1,013,576 Acres in 1867, against 342,415 in 1864.

Land Broken up, but not under Crop.

The Quantity of Land Broken up but not under Crop was, in December, 1867, 94,311 Acres.

Land under Crop.

The Total Quantity of Land under Crop was, in 1867,676, 909 Acres, against 382,655 Acres in 1864. Included in this Total were, ‐‐47,786 Acres of Wheat, against 25,607 Acres in 1864;‐‐101,563 Acres of Oats, against 50,998 Acres in 1864;‐‐13,136 Acres of Barley, against 4,904 Acres in 1864;‐‐14,372 Acres of Potatoes, against 11,164 Acres in 1864;‐‐472,893 Acres of Sown Grasses, against 272,123 Acres in 1864. Details of the other Crops, (reducing the Quantity given under the generalized heading of “In other Crops“ to 1,743 Acres), will be found in the Table (No. XXI.).

LIVE STOCK.

TABLES XXIV.‐XXVI.

The Aggregate Number of Live Stock of all kinds (excepting Poultry) was, in 1867,8,924,520, against 5,310,062 in 1864.

Taking the principal kinds of Live Stock separately, the Numbers were,‐‐Horses, 65,715, against 49,409 in 1864; Cattle, 312,835, against 249,760 in 1864; Sheep, 8,418,579, against 4, 937,273 in 1864. Amongst the additions introduced under the new Act are columns distinguishing the Numbers of Brood Mares, Breeding Cows, and Breeding Ewes, which will be found in the Table (No. XXIV.).

The details of the information relating to Live Stock are in Table XXIV. for the Provinces, and in Table XXV. for the Electoral Districts. No. XXVI. is a Comparative Table, showing the Numbers in the Years 1858, 1861, 1864, and 1867, respectively.

BUTTER AND CHEESE.

AGRICULTURAL MACHINES.

Table XXIV. contains also information relating to the Annual Production of Butter and of Cheese, and to the Numbers and Descriptions of Agricultural Machines in the Colony. According to the Returns, the Production of Butter in 1867 amounted to 3,834,252 lbs., and of Cheese to 1,300,082 lbs. There were 579 Thrashing Machines, viz., 92 Steam, 17 Water, and 470 Horse:‐‐736 Reaping Machines:‐‐12 Steam Ploughs:‐‐and 28 Steam Harrows.

MILLS, BREWERIES, MANUFACTORIES, ©.

With respect to the Tables which follow the above, viz. Mills for Grinding and Dressing Corn (No. XXVII.), Breweries (No. XXVIII.), and other Manufactories or Works (Nos. XXIX., XXX.), every effort has been made to secure all attainable information. The Results arrived at are given in the Tables, but I have deemed it necessary to append to them Notes indicating that they are to be regarded as defective,‐‐probably, or certainly, understating the truth in several instances, through the failure of Proprietors to supply the desired particulars, if not (as I cannot but apprehend may in some instances have been the fact) through want of sufficiently careful and thoughtful inquiry on the part of the persons intrusted locally with the charge of collecting the information. With regard to these special branches of inquiry, however, difficulty in obtaining full and accurate information is experienced in other Countries as well as in New Zealand,‐‐as an illustration of which I may mention that I found Notes appended to similar Tables in the Statistics of Victoria applying so exactly to the state of the case here that I thought I could not do better than to adopt them almost verbatim for my Notes. At the same time, it is evident that the figures given have a definite value as showing the existence of at least the amount of Industry and Production indicated by them; the uncertainty being as to how much morethere may be in the Colony than they show.

LAND And BUILDING.

SOCIETIES.

HOSPITALS.

Tables are added relating to Societies formed under Building and Land Societies Acts in the Colony (No. XXXI.), and to Hospital Accommodation and Relief (No. XXXII.). An attempt was made to obtain information relating to some additional subjects on which the Schedules to “The Census Act, 1858,“ authorize inquiry to be made; and which are not specified in the Schedule to the Act of 1867. But I have to repeat what I stated on former occasions, viz., that, “while from some Places the Returns appeared to be comparatively full and reliable, from others they were not such as to render it practicable to classify and arrange the whole in any adequately comprehensive and accurate shape,‐‐although no small amount of labour has been bestowed upon them in this Office. I would, however, repeat the expression of my hope that the information will ultimately be found of value, not only in itself, but as a guide to further inquiries which may issue in more satisfactory results.“ The Colony is still comparatively young; and as it advances to greater maturity in other respects, it may, I trust, be expected that the facilities for collecting and classifying Statistics on subjects beyond those which (as relating immediately to its material progress) obtain primary attention, will manifest a corresponding advance,‐‐until they comprehend, in then degree, all that is now accomplished in older Countries.

APPENDIX.

The Appendix to Part I. contains (Appendix A.) Descriptions of the territory comprised in the respective Electoral Districts named in the preceding Census Tables;‐‐and (Appendix B. and Appendix C.), Tables showing approxi‐ mately the Aboriginal Native Population of the Colony. The former of these having been particularly referred to at p. IV., and the latter at p. VI. of this Report, it is not necessary to remark further upon them in this place.

PART II. ‐GENERAL STATISTICS.

POPULATION, &c.

TABLE I.

The First Table in this Part is a Summary of the Population of the Colony, with the “Condition“ (Married or Unmarried) of the People, and the Numbers and Descriptions of Houses inhabited by them. The information has, of course, been compiled from the Census Returns, and is to be found in detail in Part I. of this Volume; but I have thought it expedient to give in this place a compendious view of this portion of the Census Results as an appropriate introduction to the Tables which follow, and as filling the position in the Series which, in the years when a Census has not been taken, is occupied by the Table showing an Estimate of the Population.

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION.

TABLE II.

The Immigration (over Seas) to New Zealand in the year 1867 amounted to 11,126 persons, of whom 7,581 were Males, and 3,545 Females. Of the Males, 6,757 were Adults, and 824 Children: of the Females, 2,869 were Adults, and 676 Children.

The Emigration (over Seas) from the Colony amounted to 6,267 persons, of whom 5,075 were Males, and 1,192 Females. Of the Males, 4,680 were Adults, and. 395 Children: of the Females, 896 were Adults, and 296 Children.

The net Excess of Immigration over Emigration for the whole Colony in 1867 was 4,859, being 2,740 less than the net Excess in 1866.

Taking the Provinces separately, there was, in 1867, in Auckland a net Excess of Emigration over Immigration amounting to 300. In all the other Provinces the Immigration exceeded the Emigration; viz., in Taranaki, 10; in Wellington, 449; in Hawke's Bay, 170; in Nelson, 387 ; in Marlborough, 33; in Canterbury, 2,325; in Otago, 1,772; and in Southland, 13.

The following figures show the Immigration and Emigration in 1867, classified according to the Countries from which the Immigrants arrived, and to which the Emigrants went:‐‐

IMMIGRATION.
COUNTRIES.M.F.TOTAL.
UNITED KINGDOM2,3722,0884,460
AUSTRALIAN COLONIES4,9291,3436,272
OTHER BRITISH PORTS7512
FOREIGN STATES.........
EMIGRATION.
COUNTRIES.M.F.TOTAL.
UNITED KINGDOM.........
AUSTRALIAN COLONIES4,214...5,026
OTHER BRITISH PORTS10212
FOREIGN STATES.........

The Excess of Immigration over Emigration, viewed in relation to Countries, is thus shown to have been,‐‐United Kingdom, 3,822; and Australian Colonies, 1,246. The Immigration and Emigration from and to Other British Ports happened to be exactly the same number, viz., 12. But, as respects Foreign States, the Emigration was 209 in excess of the Immigration.

TABLE III.

The Table which, in previous Years, professed to show the Arrivals and Departures between the several Ports of the Colony, has been omitted in this Volume. I have repeatedly, even when introducing it, deemed it necessary to point out its incompleteness, and almost inevitable inaccuracy; and in the Report prefixed to the Statistics for 1866 I remarked,‐‐“I do not think that the value of the Statistical Volume would be really diminished by the omission of this Table in future years, especially as, even if it were perfectly accurate in itself, it could not afford any adequate view of the actual migration from one part of New Zealand to another, no inconsiderable portion of which is by overland routes.“ In the present Volume I have substituted for it a Comparative Table showing, with the closest attainable approximation to correctness, the Immigration and Emigration (over Seas) to and from New Zealand during the respective Years 1853 to 1867 inclusive.

BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.

TABLES IV., V. BIRTHS.

The Total Number of Births registered in New Zealand during the year was 8,918, viz., 4,595 Males, and 4,323 Females. The Total in 1866 was 8,466, viz., 4, 284 Males, and 4, 182 Females. The Increase in 1867 was therefore 452, viz., 311 Males, and 141 Females. The Increase in 1866, as compared with 1865, was 976, viz., 437 Males, and 539 Females.

DEATHS.

The Total Number of Deaths registered in 1867 was 2,702, viz., 1,621 Males, and 1,081 Females. The Total in 1866 was 2, 540, viz., 1,567 Males, and 973 Females. The Increase in 1867 was therefore 162, viz., 54 Males, and 108 Females. In 1865, the Number was 2,757, viz., 1,658 Males, and 1,099 Females.

Of the Deaths in 1867, 873 (viz., 471 Males and 402 Females) were under one year of age;‐‐244 (viz., 123 Males, and 121 Females), one and under two years;‐‐and 198 (viz., 106 Males, and 92 Females), two and under five years;‐‐making a Total of 1,315 (viz., 700 Males, and 615 Females), or 48.66 per cent, of the whole, under five years.

The General Total of Deaths includes 125 (viz., 118 Males and 7 Females), or 4.62 per cent, of the whole, from Drowning; and 153 (viz., 137 Males and 16 Females), or 5.66 per cent, of the whole, from other external causes; making a Total of 278 from such causes, being 10.28 per cent, of the Deaths during the year.

The proportions of Births and Deaths to every thousand persons living in each of the last seven years are shown approximately in the following Table:‐‐

YEAR.ESTIMATED POPULATION AT MIDDLE OF YEAR.BIRTHS.DEATHS.
Number Registered in Year.Ratio per 1,000 Living.Number Registered in Year.Ratio per 1,000 Living.
186189,3233,44138.521,10912.41
1862112,4164,06436.151,23110.95
1863144,9305,11335.291,98313.6S
1864168,8336,50138.502,92117.30
1865182,1137,49041.122,75715.13
1866197,3608,46642.892,54012.86
1867211,3918,91842.182,70212.78

These figures show, for 1867, one Birth to every twenty‐three, and one Death to every seventy‐eight persons living. The average for the seven years is one Birth to every twenty‐five, and one Death to every seventy‐four persons.

The Excess of Births over Deaths in 1867 was 6,216 (viz., 2,974 Males, and 3,242 Females). The Total Excess of registered Births over registered Deaths in the thirteen years included in these Tables was 38, 281 (viz., 17,922 Males, and 20,359 Females).

MARRIAGES. TABLES VI., VII.

The Total Number of Marriages solemnized in New Zealand in 1867 was 2,050, being twelve more than in 1866. Of these, 1,886 were by Ministers of Religion, and 164 by Registrars. The respective Numbers solemnized by Ministers of the several Religious Bodies were as follow:‐‐ United Church of England and Ireland, 514; Church of Scotland, Free Church of Scotland, and Presbyterian Congregations, 708; Roman Catholic Church, 328; Wesleyan Methodists, 194; Congregational Independents, 57; Baptists, 52; Primitive Methodists, 20; Lutheran Church, 2; Hebrew Congregations, 4; and United Methodist Tree Churches, 10.

The Tables show the Numbers of Marriages in the respective Provinces in each year since “The Marriage Act, 1854,“ came into operation; and the Numbers solemnized by Officiating Ministers and by Registrars in each year within that period.

TRADE AND INTERCHANGE.

SHIPPING.

Six Tables are occupied by information relating to Shipping.

SHIPPING. TABLES VIII., IX.

The first Two show the Numbers, Tonnage, and Crews of Vessels Entered Inwards and Cleared Outwards at the several Ports of New Zealand during the year 1867. The Total Inwards was 944 Vessels, of 309,568 Tonnage, being a Decrease, as compared with 1866, of 75 in the Number of Vessels, and of 20,735 in the Tonnage. The Total Outwards was 950 Vessels, of 308,169 Tonnage, being, as compared with 1866, a Decrease of 36 in the Number of Vessels, but an Increase of 1, 190 in the Tonnage.

TABLES X., XI.

The next Two Tables show Vessels, Tonnage, and Crews classified according to “Countries whence Arrived,“ and “Countries for which Cleared.“ Of the Total of 944 Vessels Inwards,88, of 63,644 Tonnage, arrived from the United Kingdom; 783, of 217,186 Tonnage, from the Australian Colonies and other British Possessions; and 73, of 28,738 Tonnage, from Foreign Countries (including the Southern Whale Fishery)....Of the Total of 950 Vessels Outwards,47, of 33,914 Tonnage, cleared for the United Kingdom; 742, of 213,553 Tonnage, for the Australian Colonies and other British Possessions; and 161, of 60, 702 Tonnage for Foreign Countries (including the Southern Whale Fishery).

TABLES XII., XIII

The Two following Tables show the “Nationality“ of the Vessels, Inwards and Outwards. Of the Total 944 Inwards,283, of 153,967 Tonnage, were British; 632, of 142,880 Tonnage, Colonial; 22, of 9,988 Tonnage, American; 1, of 495 Tonnage, French; 1, of 160 Tonnage, Danish; 1, of 432 Tonnage, German; 2, of 1,356 Tonnage, Russian; and 2, of 290 Tonnage, Tahitian Of the Total 950 Outwards,235, of 145, 555 Tonnage, were British; 684, of 149,417 Tonnage, were Colonial; 23, of 9,951 Tonnage, American; 1, of 702 Tonnage, French; 2, of 638 Tonnage, German; 1, of 160 Tonnage, Danish; 2, of 1,356 Tonnage, Russian; and 2, of 390 Tonnage, Tahitian.

TABLE XXX.

The Number of Registered Vesselsbelonging to Ports in the Colony may Table xxx‐be conveniently noticed here, although the Table relating to them is placed in a subsequent part of the Volume. The Total Number in December 1867 was 366, of 23,240 Tonnage. Of these 173, of 9,306 Tonnage, belonged to the Port of Auckland, showing an apparent Decrease of 135 Vessels, of 3,999 Tonnage, as compared with 1866. But (as is explained in a Note to the Table) this Decrease on the year is only apparent, it having been ascertained that a large number of Vessels previously counted were no longer in existence, and that, in fact, they had been incorrectly retained on the Books long after they should have been omitted, because the Owners (mostly Aboriginal Natives) had not understood the necessity for delivering up the Certificates of Registry.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

The Total Value of the Imports of the Colony in 1867 was £5,344,607 against £5,894,863 in 1866, being a Decrease of £50,256, or 9.33 per cent.

TABLES XIV.‐XXIX.

IMPORTS.
Total Value in 1867, as compared with 1866.

The following figures show the Increase or Decrease in each of the Provinces in 1867, as compared with 1866:‐‐

AUCKLANDDecrease,£301,693, or 27.42 per cent.
TARANAKIDecrease,£32,458, or 50.47,
WELLINGTONDecrease,£195,184, or 25.80,
HAWKE'S BAYDecrease,£4,799, or 5.81,
NELSONIncrease,£10,976, or 2.49,
MARLBOROUGHIncrease,£ 3,244, or 24.49,
CANTERBURYDecrease,£3,604, or 0.22,
OTAGODecrease,£29,582, or 1.81,
SOUTHLANDIncrease,£2,807, or 1.50,

A comparison of the Value of Imports in 1866 and 1867 according to the Countries whence they were received gives the following results:‐‐

 1866.1867.  
UNITED KINGDOM£2,737,702£2,779,463Increase£ 41,761
BRITISH COLONIES£2,894,159£2,332,744Decrease$561,415
FOREIGN STATES£ 263,002£ 232,400Decrease£ 30,602
TOTALS£5,894,863£5,344,607Net Decrease,£550,256

EXPORTS.

Total Value in 1867, as compared with 1866.

The Total Value of the Exports from New Zealand in 1867 was £4,644,678, against £4,520,074 in 1866, being an Increasein 1867 of £124,604, or 2.75 per cent. Excluding the Value of Imported Goods re‐exported from the Colony, the Total Value of Exports of New Zealand Produce and Manufactures amounted in 1867 to £4,479, 464, against £4,396,100 in 1866, being an Increase of £83,364, or 1.89 per cent.

More particular reference may here be made to the two great Exports of the Colony,‐‐Gold and Wool.

GOLD.

The Total Value of Gold exported from the Colony in 1867 amounted to £2,700,275, against £2,844,517 in 1866, being a Decrease of £144,242, or 5.07 per cent. Of the Total Value of Gold Exported in 1867, the following were the amounts of the Produce of the Gold Fields in the several Provinces‐‐Auckland, £20,700; Nelson (including Westland North), £894,728 Marlborough, £1,978; Canterbury (including Westland South), £1,159,326 Otago, £587,426; and Southland, £36,117.

The Total Value of the Gold which was exported from New Zealand up to the 31st of December, 1867, amounted to £14,540,573.

WOOL.

The Total Value of Wool exported from the Colony in 1867 was £1,580,608; against £1,354,152 in 1866, being an Increase of £226,456, or 16.72 per cent.

TABLES XIV.‐XXIX.

The information relating to Imports and Exports which has thus been briefly summarized will be found at large in this Volume (Part II.). Tables XIV. and XV. give the Total Value of Imports and Exports respectively for the several Ports in New Zealand in 1867. Tables XVI. and XVII. show, in a condensed form, the Total Value of Imports and Exports for the Colony in each year from 1853 to 1867 inclusive, distinguishing the Provinces and the respective amounts imported from, or exported to, the United Kingdom, British Colonies, and Foreign States. Tables XVIII. and XIX. show the Imports and Exports in detail at each Port of the Colony in 1867. The Ten following Tables contain Summaries presenting compendiously the Totals of various Articles of Export in 1867, compared with previous years. Separate Tables of this description are appropriated to Gold, Grain, Kauri Gum, Oil, Potatoes, Timber, Wool, and Hides and Sheepskins.

REVENUE OF THE COLONY.

TABLES XXXI.‐ XXXVII.

The Customs Revenue in 1867 amounted to £843,804, against £844,267 in 1866, being a Decrease of £463, or 0.05 per cent.

The following figures show the comparative amounts realized by this branch of the Revenue during the eight years,‐‐1860 to 1867 inclusive:‐‐

1860£189,168being an Increase of£ 20,852 or 12.38 per cent.
1861£260,863being an Increase of£ 71,695 or 37.90,
1862£399,436being an Increase of£138,573 or 53.12,
1863£592,050being an Increase of£192,614 or 48.22,
1864£592,346being an Increase of£ 296 or 0.05,
1865£730,008being an Increase of£137,662, or 23.24,
1866£844,267being an Increase of£114,259 or 15.65,
1867£843,804being an Increase of£ 463, or 0.05,

The Total ORDINARY REVENUE in 1867 amounted to £1,225,584, against £1,086,293 in 1866, being an Increase of £139,291, or 12.82 per cent.

The Total Territorial Revenue in 1867 amounted to £561,730, against £776,429 in 1866, being a Decrease of £214,699, or 27.65 per cent.

[It is to be understood that the Total given as Territorial Revenue in 1867 includes £82,318 9s. 5d. Duty on Gold Exported, and £53,487 3s. 7d. for Miners' Rights and Gold Field Fees. The subjoined Tabular View shows the component parts of the General Total for each Province and for the Colony:‐‐

PROVINCES.REVENUE COLLECTED BY RECEIVERS OF LAND REVENUE (SHOWN IN TABLE 35).DUTY ON GOLD EXPORTED (SHOWN IN TABLE 32).MINERS' RIGHTS AND GOLD FIELD FEES (SHOWN IN TABLES 32 AND 33).TOTALS.
   £    s. d.£    s. d.£    s. d.£    s. d.
AUCKLAND17,242 18 11881 15 1397 9 018,522 3 0
TARANAKI419 2 6......419 2 6
WELLINGTON18,234 3 4......18,234 3 4
HAWKE'S BAY13,867 14 8......13,867 14 8
NELSON7,887 9 429,467 15 732,315 9 869,670 14 7
MARLBOROUGH10,884 19 263 12 3110 19 811,059 11 1
CANTERBURY138,083 13 038,161 11 810,819 7 6187,064 12 2
OTAGO172,015 13 312,599 8 109,684 6 3194,299 8 4
SOUTHLAND47,287 14 21,144 6 0159 11 648,591 11 8
          TOTALS425,923 8 482,318 9 553,487 3 7561,729 1 4

AUCKLAND includes £14,830 2s., and TARANAKI includes £419 2s. 6d., proceeds of Land sold under the New Zealand Settlements Acts, subject to special appropriation, and therefore not “Laud Revenue“ in the usual acceptation of the term.]

General Total of Revenue.

The General Total of the Revenue (both Ordinary and Territorial) amounted in 1867 to £1,787, 314, against £1,862,722 in 1866, being a Decrease of £75,408, or 4.04 per cent.

Comparison of 1866 and 1867.

The subjoined Table presents a comparative view of the Revenue, Ordinary and Territorial, in the several Provinces in 1866 and 1867, specifying the centesimal Increase or Decrease in each Province in the latter year.

PROVINCES.ORDINARY REVENUE.TERRITORIAL REVENUE.TOTAL ORDINARY AND TERRITORIAL.
1866.1867.Centesimal Increase or Decrease.1866.1867.Centesimal Increase or Decrease.1866.1867.Centesimal Increase or Decrease.
 £    £     £    £     £    £     
AUCKLAND202,846178,145Decr. 12.174,54418,522Incr. 307.61207,390196,667Decr. 5.17
TARANAKI18,58415,220Decr. 18.17......Incr. 419.0018,58415,639Decr. 15.84
WELLINGTON119,669148,210Incr. 23.8441,55118,234Decr. 56.11161,220166,444Incr. 3.24
HAWKE'S BAY36,99034,111Incr. 7.7816,09513,868Decr. 13.8353,08547,979Decr. 9.61
NELSON75,950100,963Decr. 32.9346.04569,671Decr. 51.31121,995170,634Incr. 39.86
MARLBOROUGH8,80312,046Incr. 36.8325,61511,060Decr. 56.8234,41823.106Decr. 32.86
CANTERBURY319,137375,805Incr. 17.75320,610320,610187,060Decr. 41.65639,747562,870Decr. 12.01
OTAGO259,820309,456Incr.19.10150,874194.299Incr. 28.78410,694503,755Incr. 22.65
SOUTHLAND44,35051,351Incr. 15.78171,09549.592Decr. 71.59215,44599,943Decr. 53.61
CHATHAM ISLANDS......Incr. 92.36...............Incr. 62.36
 1,086,2931,225,58412.82776,429561,730Decr. 27.651,862,7221,787,314Decr. 4.04

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE.

TABLES XXXII., XXXIII., XXXIV.

TABLE XXXV.

The INCOME and EXPENDITURE of the Colony and of the Provinces are shown in Three Tables. The First of these (No. XXXII.) exhibits, on opposite pages, Income and Expenditure in their various branches as relating to the Colonial Treasury and the Provincial Treasuries taken collectively. The Two succeeding Tables show the Income and Expenditure of the several Provinces taken separately. A Table follows which shows in detail the Receipts and Disbursements of the Receivers of Land Revenue in the several Provinces.

DEBT OF THE GENERAL AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS.

TABLES XXXVI. AND XXXVIA.

Two Tables of two sheets each (instead of one Table, as in previous years) are given to the Debt of the General and Provincial Governments, authorized by Acts or Ordinances, up to the 31st of December, 1867,‐‐to which date, it is to be borne in mind, the information strictly applies. The First (No. XXXVI.) exhibits the following particulars:‐‐the Total Amount authorized to be Borrowed, specifying by what Government and under what authority; the Total Amount raised on the 31st of December, 1867, specifying the Amount of Debentures in Circulation, the Rate of Interest, and when the respective Debentures are Redeemable; also, the Rate of Sinking Fund, the Amount of Sinking Fund Accrued, and the manner in which it has been Invested. Table XXXVIA.. (a new Table) gives further information. No. XXXVI. showed the Debt of the Colony owing by the General and Provincial Governments respectively, as the Loans were authorized by each; but subsequent legislation, and the creation of new Provinces, have distributed the Liability in other proportions. No. XXXVIA. shows the actual Liability of each Government as it really existed on the 31st of December, 1867, the authority for the adjustment being in each case quoted. A second series of columns in the Table shows the amount of Debentures that then remained to be issued under existing Authorities. Explanatory Remarks, when necessary, are added to each of the Tables. To these, and to the Notes to the respective Tables it will be necessary to refer for a view of this subject which it would not be possible to give clearly except in connection with the figures as they are shown at length in the Tables.

It will be seen that, according to No. XXXVI., the actual Authorized Liability of the Colony was £6,778,600; and according to No. XXXVIA.., £6,812,600. The Assistant Treasurer has furnished the following Memorandum in explanation of this apparent discrepancy:

“An apparent discrepancy will be observed between the Tables marked 36 and 36A. as to the Total Liabilities of the Colony. The explanation is that, while under existing powers the Liability might be increased to £6,812,600 (Table XXXVIA. ), it will be found ultimately that the actual Liability will not exceed £6,778,600 (Table XXXVI), and probably will not reach quite to that amount.“

The Total Amount of Debentures in Circulation on the 31st of December, 1867, was £5,781,193 15s. 11d.; and the Total Amount of Sinking Fund Accrued was £298,991 3s. 2d.

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

TABLE XXXVIII.

The total number of Joint Stock Companies incorporated under the Acts of 1860 and 1862 up to the end of 1867 was ninety‐one. Of these, one was incorporated in 1861; thirteen in 1862 ; nineteen in 1863; twelve in 1861; fifteen in 1865; eighteen in 1866 ; and thirteen in 1867. Of the Companies established in 1867, two were in the Province of Auckland; seven in the Province of Canterbury; and four in the Province of Otago. The Table referred to in the margin shows various particulars relating to the several Companies from the commencement of the operation of the Act of 1860.

WASTE LANDS‐‐SALES, ©.

TABLES XXXIX., XL., AND XLI.

The information under this heading is differently arranged from the mode adopted in previous years, and extended to the Crown Lands held under Leases. Table XXXIX. shows the Numbers of Acres of Waste Lands Sold in the several Provinces in 1867, with the Rate per Acre, and other particulars. Table XL. shows the Numbers of Acres absolutely disposed of without Sale,‐‐to Immigrants; to Naval and Military Settlers under New Zealand Settlements Acts, ©.; Reserves granted for Public Purposes under “Public Reserves Act, 1854,“ to Europeans and Natives under “Waste Lands Act, 1858,“ “Crown Grants Act (No. 2), 1862,“ Native Reserves Acts, ©.; to Natives by Grants under “Native Lands Act, 1865,“ ©.; and in satisfaction of Land, Scrip, or otherwise not specified. Table XLI. (now introduced into the series for the first time) shows the Crown Lands held under Depasturing and other Leases (except for Gold Mining), and the Rents, ©, paid, for the year 1867 in the several Provinces.

PRICES OF PROVISIONS AND LIVE STOCK.

TABLE XXXVIII.

A Table prepared on the same plan as in previous years shows the Average Prices of Provisions and Live Stock in each of the Provinces in the year 1867.

POST OFFICE.

LETTERS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED.

TABLES XLIII., XLIV.

The Total Numbers of Letters Received at the several Post Offices in New Zealand in 1867 were,‐‐Foreign(from places without the Colony), 559,389, against 584,461 in 1866; and Inland(within the Colony), 1,848,942, against 1,820,327 in 1866; making a General Total of 2,408,331 against 2,404,788 in 1866, being an Increase of 3,543....The Total Numbers of LETTERS DESPATCHED were,‐‐Foreign,538,565, against 581,726 in 1866; and Inland,1,864,344, against 1,772,130 in 1866; making a General Total of 2,402,909, against 2,353,856 in 1866, being an Increase of 49,053.

NEWSPAPERS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED.

TABLES XLV., XLVI.

The Total Numbers of Newspapers Received in 1867 were,‐‐Foreign, 973,885, against 1,166,351 in 1866; and Inland,696,635, against 793,177 in 1866; making a General Total of 1,670,520 against 1,959,528 in 1866, being a Decrease of 289, 008 The Total Numbers of Newspapers Despatched 1866 were,‐‐Foreign 346,913,against 595,803 in 1866; and Inland,1,043,455, against 1,817,708 in 1866; making a General Total of 1,390,368, against 2,413,511 in 1866, being a Decrease of 23,143.

POSTAL REVENUE.

TABLE XLVII.

A Comparative Table shows the Postal Revenue in detail, in the several Provinces, for the respective Years 1858 to 1867 inclusive. The Total Amount in 1867 was £55,331 18s. ld., against £47,836 10s. 6d. in 1866, being an Increase of £7,495, 7s. 7d., or 15.66 per cent. This does not include the Sums received as Commission on the issue of Money Orders (£1,846 10s. 6d.), or for Telegraphic Messages (£11,146 2s. 8d.).

MONEY ORDERS.

TABLE XLVIII.

The Total Number of Money Orders Issued in New Zealand in 1867 was 24,473, against 22,710 in 1866, being an Increase of 1,763, The Total Amount of these Orders in 1867 was £115,610 13s. 0d., against £108,779 4s. 9d., being an Increase of £6,831 8s. 3d....The Total Number of Money Orders Paid in New Zealand in 1867 was 12,659, against 10,903 in 1866, being an Increase of 1,756. The Total Amount of these Orders in 1867 was £61,151 6s. 4d., against £52,547 9s. 4d. in 1866, being an Increase of £8,603 17s. 0d.

SAVINGS BANKS.

TABLES XLIX., L.

The information relating to Savings Banks now occupies Two Tables,‐‐a new and separate Table being required for the Transactions of the recently established Post Office Savings Banks in the Colony.

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS.

TABLE XLIX.

These Banks (the first of which were opened in February, 1867,) at the end of the year numbered altogether forty‐six, distributed as follows in the Provinces:‐‐12 in the Province of Auckland; 1 in Taranaki; 1 in Hawke's Bay; 2 in Wellington; 3 in Marlborough; 3 in Nelson; 8 in Canterbury; 13 in Otago; and 3 in Southland. The aggregate Number of Accounts Opened during the Year was 2,520; the Deposits in connection with which amounted to a Total of £96,372 7s. 10d. The Amount Withdrawn was £26,344 18s. 2d. The Number of Accounts Closed was 364, for an Amount of £8,18313s. 6d. (included in the sum given as the Total of the Amount Withdrawn). At the end of the Year, therefore, the remaining Number of Depositors was 2,156; and the Balance due to those Depositors was £70,027 9s. 8d.

PREVIOUSLY EXISTING SAVINGS BANKS.

TABLE L.

The Number of Savings Banks, other than those connected with the Post Office, was Ten. The Total Number of Persons having Deposits in these Banks on the 31st of December, 1867, was 4,423 (of whom 32 were Maories). The Total Deposits during the Year amounted to £71,378 2s. 2d.; and the Total of the sums Withdrawn to £80,784 5s. 7d. The Total Amount to the Credit of Depositors at the end of the Year was £85,658 14s. 5d.

Taking both Classes of Savings Banks together, the following results appear. On the 31st of December, 1867, there were 6,579 Depositors; and there was a Total to the Credit of such Depositors amounting to £155,686 4s. Id. On the 31st December, 1866 (when the Post Office Savings Bank system had not yet come into operation), the Total Number of Depositors in the then existing Banks was 4,513, to whose Credit was a Total Amount of £91,863 3s. 6d. A comparison of the figures for the two dates is gratifying, as affording, (to quote the words of the Postmaster‐General in his last Report),“evidence not only of material prosperity on the part of an important portion of the community, but also of the growth of habits of prudence and thrift which it was the object of these Savings Banks to foster and encourage.“

LEGAL AND CRIMINAL STATISTICS.

TABLES LI. LXIII.

Thirteen Tables are occupied by the Legal and Criminal Statistics of the Colony for 1867. Three of these (Nos. LI., LII., and LIII.) relate to the Supreme Court, showing the Criminal and the Civil Cases, and the Petitions and Deeds of Composition filed under the Debtors and Creditors Acts, (this last Table comprising the periods from the 1st June, 1863, when the Act of 1862 came into operation, to the 1st of December, 1867, from which date those Acts were superseded by the provisions of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1867“).... Two Tables, Nos. LIV. and LV., show the Criminal and the Civil Cases brought before the several DISTRICT COURTS.... Seven Tables, Nos. LVI. ‐ LXIL, are occupied by the Cases brought before Resident Magistrates' and Magistrates' Courts, in which the Cases in which Europeans, or Maoris, or Both were concerned are distinguished. A comparative Summary (No. LVIII.) shows the Numbers of Convictions in the Resident Magistrates' Courts for each of the offences of most frequent occurrence in each Year from 1853 to 1867 inclusive..... The last Table in this Series (No. LXIII.) shows the Numbers of Prisoners Committed to Gaol in 1867, specifying the Sexes, the Cause of Imprisonment, the Native Countries, the Classes (as to social position), and the Degree of Education of the Prisoners. The Total Number Committed was 4,152 (viz., 3,570 Males, and 582 Females), being 525 more than in 1866, when the Total was 3,627 (viz., 3,162 Males, and 465 Females).

PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

TABLE LXIV.

According to the Returns (supplied by the several Provincial Governments) from which the Table was compiled, there was in the Colony, in December 1867, a Total of 268 Public Schools, viz. 21 Boys', 14 Girls' and 233 Mixed), being fifteen Schools more than in December 1866. The Total Number of Teachers was 347 (viz., 232 Male, and 115 Female Teachers), being 24 more than in 1866. The Total (highest) Number of Pupils on the Books in the December Quarter was 12,866 (viz., 7,378 Boys, and 5, 488 Girls), being an Increase of 416 Children on the Total in December 1866. The proportions of these Totals belonging to the respective Provinces will be found detailed in the Table (No. LXIV.), which also shows, so far as the Returns have supplied the information, the Average Daily Attendance, the Ages of the Pupils, and the Branches of Education taught.

METEOROLOGY.

APPENDIX A. to K.

In an Appendix to Part II. of the Volume will be found a series of Meteorological Tables for 1867, which have been supplied by Dr. HECTOR, Inspector of Meteorological Stations. The series includes Eleven Tables, the First of which gives, in a comprehensive form, a comparative view of the Climate, as observed during the year 1867, at the Meteorological Stations in New Zealand (excepting Napier, from which there were no Returns). The Ten Tables which follow show the Results of Observations at Mongonui, Auckland, Taranaki, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch, Hokitika, Bealey, Dunedin, and Southland.

I have the honour to be,

SIR,

Your most obedient Servant,

JOHN B. BENNETT,

Registrar‐General.

Chapter 2. PART I.‐CENSUS RESULTS.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS.
 NUMBER
Numbers, Sexes, and Ages of Population, Classified according to Provinces1
Comparative Table of Population in 1858, 1861, 1864, and 18672
Population of Principal Towns3
Numbers, Sexes, and Ages of Population, Classified according to Electoral Districts4
Numbers and Descriptions of Houses, and Domestic Condition of the People, Classified according to Provinces5
Comparative Table of Houses (Inhabited) in 1864 and 18676
Numbers and Descriptions of Houses, and Domestic Condition of the People, Classified according to Electoral Districts7
Uninhabited Houses, and Houses Building, Classified according to Provinces8
Uninhabited Houses, and Houses Building, Classified according to Electoral Districts9
Numbers and Proportions of Electors in the several Electoral Districts10
Places of Birth11
Places of Birth, Classified Percentage of12
Occupations13
Occupations, Classified Percentage of14
Religious Denominations15
Religious Denominations, Classified Percentage of16
Numbers Able or Not Able to Read or Write17
Centesimal Proportions of Persons Able or Not Able to Read or Write18
Comparative Table of State of Education in 1864 and 186719
Numbers Attending Schools20
Extent of Holdings; Land Fenced; Land Broken up but not under Crop; and Land under Crop, - Classified according to Provinces21
The same, Classified according to Electoral Districts22
Comparative Table of Land Fenced, and Land under Crop, in 1858, 1861, 1864, and 1867 Live23
Stock; Butter and Cheese; Agricultural Machines; in the several Provinces24
Live Stock in the several Electoral Districts25
Comparative Table of Live Stock in 1858, 1861, 1864, and 186726
Mills for Grinding and Dressing Grain27
Breweries28
Manufactories and Works, &c, General Summary of29
Manufactories and Works, &c, Numbers of particular Descriptions30
Building and Land Societies31
Hospitals32
APPENDIX.
A.‐‐Descriptions of Electoral Districts.
B.‐‐Estimate of the Aboriginal Native Population in the Northern Island, including those in the Province of Nelson.
C.‐‐Numbers of Aboriginal Natives in the Provinces of Canterbury, Otago, and Southland.

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 1.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS, SEXES, AND AGES OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION.NUMBERS OF EACH AGE AND SEX.HALF‐CASTES INCLUDED IN THE FOREGOING TOTALS.
MALES.TOTAL MALES.FEMALES.TOTAL FEMALES
Under 5 Years.5 and under10.10 and under 15.15 and under 21.21 and under 40.40 and under 55.55 and under 65.65 and upwards.Not stated.Under 5 Years.5 and under 10.10 and under 15.15 and under 21.21 and under 40.40 and under 55.55 and under 65.65 and upwards.Not stated.M.F.Totals.

*The territory now known as the County of Westland is, in this and the succeeding Tables, included in the Province of Canterbury,‐‐“ The County of “Westland Act, 1867,“ not having yet come into force when the Census was taken.

†The numbers of the Military and their Families in the Colony in December, 1867, were‐‐Officers and Men, 918; Male Children, 175; Total Males, 1,093. Women, 148; Female Children, 214; Total Females, 362. General Total, 1,455.

AUCKLAND48,3214,3453,1812,5262,33310,0913,213......9527,0633,9903,0072,2702,4806,5782,103......4821,258.........
TARANAKI4,359..................854412,528..................813311,83181927
WELLINGTON21,9501,9211,4391,1061,1114,6701,576......1512,4011,9151,4721,1031,1262,624.........29,5496461...
HAWKE'S BAY5...............1,570...7116...3,197..................359...2,0867269...
NELSON23,8141,3451,089......10,1021,669......2616,4251,3871,077......2,367.........107,38924327
MARLBOROUGH4,371............1,306...5231122,736..................2810131,635361551
CANTERBURY*53,8664,6852,9021,8441,80018,0453,184......2733,0834,6622,8411,6921,7797,9321,464......920,783322658
OTAGO48,5774,5432,5561,6251,74714,6453,213.........29,7734,4012,4961,5491,5676,9411,385......518,804336
SOUTHLAND7,943............1,991...933764,600............1,108...4920103,3438694...
CHATHAM ISLANDS...138105621852 ...1110562261  617613
TOTALS (exclusive of the Military and their Families)£218,66818,96912,5078,8698,76363,54614,3552,9031,128...131,92918,42312,1838,2348,69629,2717,2391,857...9886,739......1,232

The Population of the principal Towns (included above) will be found shown separately in Table No. 3.

A statement of the (estimated) Numbers of the Aboriginal Native Population in December, 1867, will be found in the Appendix to this part of the Volume.

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 2.

COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, IN DECEMBER 1858, DECEMBER 1861, DECEMBER 1864, AND DECEMBER 1867, WITH THE NUMERICAL AND CENTESIMAL INCREASE OR DECREASE IN EACH PROVINCE IN THE RESPECTIVE TRIENNIAL PERIODS 1858‐61 1861‐64 AND 1864‐67.
PROVINCES.CENSUS.POPULATION.INCREASE OR DECREASE IN EACH PERIOD OF THREE YEARS.
Males.Females.          TOTAL.Numerical.Centesimal.
M.F.TOTAL.M.F.TOTAL.

In every case in which there was a Decrease, it has been marked (“dcr.”) in the above Table.

AUCKLAND185810,2187,95918,177..................
186113,49410,92624,4203,2762,9676,24332.0637.2734.34
186425,68616,44642,13212,1925,52017,71290.3550.5272.53
186727,06321,25848,3211,3774,8126,1895.3629.2514.68
TARANAKI18581,4141,2362,650..................
18611,169...2,044dcr. 245dcr. 361dcr. 606dcr. 17.32dcr. 29.20dcr. 22.86
18642,8721,5024,3741,703...2,330145.6871.65113.99
18672,5281,8314,359dcr. 344...dcr. 15der.11.9721.90der.0.34
WELLINGTON18586,5245,22911,753..................
18616,6265,94012,566.........1.5613.596.91
18648,3426,64514,9871,716...2,42125.8911.8619.26
186712,4019,54921,9504,0592,9046,96348.6543.7046.46
HAWKE'S BAY18581,063...1,514..................
18611,667...2,611......1,09756.82109.3172.45
18642,4571,3133,770......1,15947.6338.6644.38
18673,1972,0865,283......1,51330.1158.8740.13
NELSON (including Marl borough in 1858)18585,2034,0699,272..................
18615,3374,6159,952..................
18646,7065,20411,9101,369...1,95825.6512.7619.67
186716,4257,38923,8149,7192,18511,904144.9241.9899.94
MARLBOROUGH18611,503...2,299..................
18644,0321,4875,5192,529...3,220168.2686.80140.06
18672,7361,6354,371dcr. 1,296...dcr. l,148dcr. 32.149.95dcr. 20.80
CANTERBURY18585,3013,6668,907..................
18618,9397,10116,0403,6383,4357,07368.6293.6978.87
186418,93113,31532,2769,9926,24416,236111.7787.93101.22
186733,08320,78353,86614,1527,43821,59074.7555.7366.89
OTAGO (including Southland in 1858)18583,9043,0916,995..................
186121,1616,00227,163..................
186432,09216,32749,01911,53110,32521,85654.49172.0280.46
186729,77318,80448,577dcr. 2,9192,477dcr. 442dcr. 8.9215.17dcr. 0.90
SOUTHLAND18611,139...1,876..................
18644,8063,2798,0853,6672,5426,209321.94344.91330.97
18674,6003,3437,943dcr. 20664dcr. 142dcr. 4.281.95dcr. 1.76
CHATHAM ISLANDS1858523385..................
1861272350dcr. 25dcr. 10dcr. 35dcr. 48.07dcr. 30.30dcr. 41.l7
186456308629736107.4030.4372.00
1867...61...673198119.64103.33113.95
TOTALS FOR THE COLONY185833,67925,73459,413..................
186161,06237,95999,02127,38312,22539,60844.8432.2039.99
1864106,58065,578172,15845,51827,61973,13774.5472.767,386
1867131,92986,739218,66825,34921,16146,51023'7932.2627.01
TABLE SHOWING THE POPULATION OF THE CHIEF TOWN IN EACH PROVINCE OF NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A. CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867, WITH THE NUMBERS AS SHOWN BY THE CENSUS OF DECEMBER, 1864, AND THE NUMERICAL AND CENTESIMAL INCREASE OR DECREASE IN1867.
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 3.
PROVINCES.CITY OR TOWN.1867.1864.NUMERICAL INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867.CENTESIMAL INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867.
Males.Females.          TOTAL.Males.Females.          TOTAL.Males.Females.          TOTAL.Males.Females.          TOTAL.
AUCKLANDAuckland5,7525,40111,1537,1465,27712,423Dcr. 1,394Inc. 124Dcr. 1,270Dcr. 19.50Inc. 2.34Dcr. 10.22
TARANAKINew Plymouth1,0961,0842,1801,6611,2832,944Dcr. 565Dcr. 199Dcr. 764Dcr. 34.01Dcr. 15.51Dcr. 25.95
WELLINGTONWellington3,9273,5337,4602,4132,3284,741Inc. 1,514Inc. 1,205Inc. 2,719Inc. 62.74Inc. 51.76Inc. 57.35
HAWKE'S BAYNapier......1,827......1,337Inc. 212Inc. 278Inc. 490Inc. 27.35Inc. 49.46Inc. 36.64
NELSONNelson2,9952,6575,6522,5132,1884,701Inc. 482Inc. 469Inc. 951Inc. 19.18Inc. 21.43Inc. 20.22
MARLBOROUGHPicton..................Dcr. 306Dcr. 77Dcr. 383Dcr. 53.21Dcr. 24.52Dcr. 43.08
CANTERBURYChristchurch3,3353,3126,6473,4672,9716,438Dcr. 132Inc. 341Inc. 209Dcr. 3.80Inc. 11.47Inc. 3.24
CANTERBURYLyttelton1,3711,1392,5101,6881,1012,789Dcr. 317Inc. 38Dcr. 279Dcr. 18.77Inc. 3.45Dcr. 10.00
OTAGODunedin6,6266,15112,7778,9276,86315,790Dcr. 2,301Dcr. 712Dcr. 3,013Dcr. 25.77Dcr. 10.37Dcr. 19.08
SOUTHLANDInvercargill1,098...2,0061,268...2,243Dcr. 170Dcr. 67Dcr. 237Dcr. 13.40Dcr. 6.87Dcr. 10.56

The numbers for 1867, in the above Table, were ascertained in pursuance of Instructions to Enumerators to arrange for a separate exhibition in their Returns of the Population of the Chief Town in each Province. Subsequently, this Instruction was extended to Towns having a Population amounting to five hundred. But in some cases arrangements for the Sub‐Districts had been made before the issue of this latter Instruction, which prevented its being fully carried into effect. Subjoined, however, are Results, so far as ascertained, in accordance with it; to' which are added the Numbers in several smaller Towns or Townships, which the Divisions of the Sub‐Districts have also shown.

 M.F.Totals.            
PROVINCE OF AUCKLAND,‐               
Parnell1,5211,7053,226            
Newton1,5561,6713,277            
Onehunga1,0561,1212,177            
Otahuhu.........            
Panmure.........            
Howick.........            
PROVINCE OF WELLINGTON,‐               
Wanganui1,226...2,157            
PROVINCE OF HAWK'S BAY,‐               
Clive7769...            
Havelock7941...            
PROVINCE OF NELSON,‐               
Westport1,112...1,500            
Charleston about1,800            
Brighton about1,000            
Addison's Flat about1,500            
Cobden.........            
PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY,‐               
Kaiapoi.........            
Rangiora......1,042            
Timaru......1,027            
Ross (Westland.........            
Hokitika,3,0341,8324,866            
Greymouth,1,113...1,607            
PROVINCE OF OTAGO,‐               
Port Chalmers......1,347            
Milton.........            
Oamaru......1,377            
Hawkesbury.........            
Gold Field Towns1,344...2,110            
PROVINCE OF SOUTHLAND,‐               
Campbelltown.........            
Riverton.........            
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 4.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS, SEXES, AND AGES OF THE POPULATION IN THE SEVERAL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS IN THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES, (DISTINGUISHING THE NUMBERS UNDER TWENTY‐ONE TEARS OF AGE, AND TWENTY‐ONE AND UPWARDS), AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.TOTAL MALES.TOTAL FEMALES.GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION.NUMBERS OF EACH AGE AND SEX.NUMBERS OF EACH SEX UNDER AND OVER 21 YEARS.
MALES.FEMALES.MALES.FEMALES.
Under 5 years.5 and under 10.10 and under 15.15 and under 21.21 and under 40.40 and under 55.55 and under 65.65 and upwards.Not stated.Under 5 years.5 and under 10.10 and under 15.15 and under 21.21 and under 40.40 and under 55.55 and under 65.65 and upwards.Not stated.Under 21 years.21 years and upwards.Under 21 years21 years and upwards.

The “Electoral Districts“ in tins and the following Tables are those returning Members to the House of Representatives, as defined by the several Representation Acts of the General Assembly. The detailed descriptions of those Districts respectively will be found in the Appendix to this part of the present Volume.

The above Table, and all the succeeding Tables relating to Electoral Districts, do not include the Numbers in the Shipping in the various Harbours, or the Inhabitants of the Chatham Islands. These were, in the Shipping in the Electoral Districts in the respective Provinces‐‐Auckland, Males, 604; Females, 78; Total, 682. Taranaki, (none). Wellington, Males, 203; Females, 6; Total, 209. Hawke's Bay, Males, 80. Nelson, Males, 306; Females, 14; Total, 320. Marlborough, Males, 41. Canterbury, Males, 317; Females, 3; Total 320. Otago, Females, 61; Total, 184. The aggregate of these Numbers (viz., Males, 2,168; Females, 180; Total, 2,348 must be added to the Totals in the preceding Table to make them agree with the General Totals for the Colony in Table No. 1.

MONGONUI.........75342328...24167...56433327771792...............
BAY OF ISLANDS......1,402...916983...9528281...90666l...421072............
MARSDEN2,2511,6073,918..................795811..................5427...1,0941,146......
NORTHERN DIVISION2,3591,6654,024..................67353..................411531,0751,281......
CITY OR AUCKLAND EAST1,6301,6213,251..................61201..................41173............
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST3,6063,7127,318............1,103...91517............1,191...795511,9351,0641,9811,730
PARNELL1,5211,7053,226..................83324..................61141............
NEWTON1,5561,6713,227..................3522.....................3714...............
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS......1,511......9383...9582281...99...96......50141............
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA1,0181,1202,168.........95......73258..................4617...............
FRANKLIN6,4693,2899,758............3,293......406............1,124...591832,1764,2871,8121,474
RAGLAN4,0883,1287,216............1,536......341............1,021...7220...1,8962,1911,7621,366
GREY AND BELL1,019...1,578...857896......30111...767965...39263...............
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH1,0961,0842,180.........83......4426.....................51271............
OMATA.........40414239...50117...38222629402043............73
WANGANUI2,3081,5983,900............1,004...55192..................2911......1,361......
RANGITIKI1,530...2,511..................40155.........96...8122101............
PORIRUA1,5161,2322,748..................5832.....................4019...............
CITY OF WELLINGTON3,7743,5277,301............1,290......532............1,030......38...1,8081,9641,9931,534
HUTT1,1961,0112,207..................62313..................44241............
WAIRARAPA1,8741,1943,068..................55243..................308......1,068......
NAPIER1,9171,3903,307..................489..................80255......1,145......
CLIVE1,202...1,896...986278......237......894981...69104...............
COLLINGWOOD.........85645240...79105380665647873082...............
MOTUEKA1,3301,1212,451..................51291..................33182............
CITY OF NELSON2,8332,6475,480..................97396..................864431,3751,4521,4101,204
SUBURBS OF NELSON.........61655148...61269...6963394584442371............
WAIMEA1,4051,2822,687..................69286..................51273............
WESTLAND NORTH8,9751,49110,466......74...7,380...44710......66......65421...8,249......
PICTON1,035...1,729......7661......22153......5872...561152............
WAIRAU1.378...2,208......77.........29159......6782...5617511............
CHEVIOT1,115...1,41074454182......122...58313834...2111...............
ASHLEYl,65l1,2122,863..................22101...............89144...............
KAIAPOI2,0961,8703,966..................3621.....................339...1,123...1,112...
AVON2,1872,1004,287..................47113..................431031,220...1,174...
HEATHCOTE3,4713,1606,631............1,289...68261............1,165...5323...1,7491,7211,6951,465
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH3,3353,3126,647............1,350...73241............1,249...642111,5571,7771,7191,592
TOWN OF LYTTELTON1,2351,1382,373.........90......2461......98......882592............
MOUNT HERBERT.........65463436...34123...56372628802464...............
AKAROA......1,743......8787......2385......8974...601071............
SELWYN1,223...2,042......6698...832541......6877...4812..................
COLERIDGE1,385...1,932...7752.........132......783947...4053......1,035......
TIMARU1,6361,3122,948......9486......9113.........94...821251............
GLADSTONE1,170...1,682...683255......1012...694130...2731...............
WESTLAND SOUTH7,7271,3309,057......48...6,381...5015......4474...5751......7,140......
WESTLAND BOROUGHS4,0372,3246,361............2,525...3993............1,193...157...1,0532,981...1,335
CITY OF DUNEDIN6,5456,14812,6931,355.........2,644......4411,275.........2,309...9644...2,9413,6033,2032,945
ROSLYN1,5331,4713,004.........95......49112..................40101............
CAVERSHAM1,2721,0692,341..................3613............96...93189...............
PORT CHALMERS1,140...2,082.........83......3611.........7860...78247...............
TAIERI1,8911,3163,207..................39302..................36171...1,086......
BRUCE3,8551,9735,828............1,747...6421.....................311811,1472,1961,063...
CLUTHA1,6741,1282,802..................262112.........94...992610...............
OAMARU2,2791,4133,692............1,264...387.........97......972151...1,481......
WAIKOUAITI1,843...2,805......68951,099...267.........8268...691161...1,306......
MANUHERIKIA3,233...4,053...7842...2,077...507......864551...515.........2,526......
HAMPDEN1,529...1,925...3927491,093...164......462017...1261......1,303......
GOLD FIELD TOWNS1,344...2,110......5743......15637...903854...2872...............
INVERCARGILL1,086...1,994......8276......2234......7077...71936............
MATAURA2,0991,6453,744..................43211..................2613......1,101......
RIVERTON......1,224...905124...75216......785649...411431............
WALLACE1,894...2,504...7255...1,280...191410...723652...33733...1,498......
          TOTALS129,76186,559216,32018,93912,4868,8358,55761,9484,1482,8861,126...18,40312,1668,2268,67629,2017,2311,855...6348,80380,12247,47139,025

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 5.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF HOUSES (INHABITED), AND THE DOMESTIC CONDITION OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVE), IN NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.HOUSES OR BUILDINGS.CONDITIONTOTALS OF SEXES.GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION.BLIND† (included in foregoing Totals.).
Of WHAT MATERIALS.TOTALSNUMBER OF ROOMS.MARRIED.UNMARRIED.WIDOWERS.WIDOWS.NOT STATED.
Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials.*1 or 2.*3.4.5.6 or upwards.Male.Female.Male.FemaleMale.Female.Male.Female.Male.Female.

* Tents are included under the headings “Other Materials“ and “1 or 2 Rooms.“ The Numbers of these in the several Provinces were,‐‐Auckland, 493; Taranaki, 15; Wellington, 57; Hawke's Bay, 9; Nelson, 1,692; Marlborough, 15; Canterbury, 1,054; Otago, 1,215; and Southland, 45.Total, 4,595.

† The Household Schedules were prepared with a view to showing the Numbers of Deaf and Dumb, as well as of Blind, and the apparent Results were carefully compiled from the Enumerators' Returns; but, on closer examination, there is so much reason to believe that (from defectiveness or misapprehension either in the original Entries or in the Returns of the Enumerators) the Numbers as given cannot be relied on, that it is judged better to omit them from this Table.

AUCKLAND8,824.........10,5093,6191,3842,179...2,3917,8787,95617,85411,979............27,06321,25848,32132
TARANAKI...349881,057.....................1,622...6458......2,5281,8314,3592...
WELLINGTON6,5521337...7,3543,947.........1,4713,3963,3398,7365,878......17...12,4019,54921,9504...
HAWKE'S BAY...184431,075.........81.........2,2891,209475430233,1972,0865,2831...
NELSON3,1254133,4796,6484,036.........1,0353,2842,74112,6664.386.........4616,4257,38923,814...1
MARLBOROUGH...16...1,134.........61.........1,920...473886592,7361,6354,3712...
CANTERBURY9,164...23,47112,8576,7321,5761,708...2,1158,5457,98223,99512,204......836433,08320,78353,88634
OTAGO6,769......4,10411,4856,1821,4151,496...1,6947,7337,27220,75611,016.........1629,77318,80448,5771...
SOUTHLAND1,647222...1,839...............1,2461,2163,2522,03392861084,6003,3437,9431...
CHATHAM ISLANDS182...375726107862722923841.........61...1...
          TOTALS (exclusive of the Military and their Families)38,8441,182...13,11954,01526,5586,2097,8443,5439,86134,29132,60693,18250,6152,3802,5622,076...131,92986,739218,668187

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 6.

COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF HOUSES (INHABITED) IN NEW ZEALAND IN DECEMBER, 1864, AND DECEMBER, 1867 RESPECTIVELY. WITH THE INCREASE OR DECREASE SHOWN BY THE CENSUS OF 1867, AND THE PROPORTION OF THE POPULATION TO THE HOUSES AT THE RESPECTIVE PERIODS.
PROVINCES.1864.1867.INCREASE IN 1867.DECREASE IN 1867.POPULATION.PROPORTION OF POPULATION TO EACH HOUSE.
Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials (including Tents).          TOTAL.Wood.Stone or BrickRaupo.Other Materials.(including Tents).          TOTAL.1864.1867.1864.1867.

NET INCREASE OF HOUSES IN THE THREE YEARS ENDING 1867

16,019

AUCKLAND6,446.........7,8238,824.........10,5092,686...42,13248,3215.384.59
TARANAKI...81657......349881,057......4,3744,3595.844.12
WELLINGTON2,6532040...3,0066,5521337...7,3544,348...14,98721,9504.982.98
HAWKE'S BAY...73923......184431,075......3,7705,2835.554.91
NELSON1,69851......2,2793,1254133,4796,6484,369...11,91023,8145.223.58
MARLBOROUGH...63...1,572...16...1,134......5,5194,3713.513.85
CANTERBURY4,823...191,5366,5409,164...23,47112,8576,317...32,27653,8664.934.19
OTAGO6,158......6,76013,3716,769......4,10411,485...1,88649,01948,5773.664.22
SOUTHLAND (includingSTEWART'S ISLAND)1643145...1955222...1839......8,0837,9434.134.31
CHATHAM ISLANDS8......1523182...375734...86...3.733.22
25,4631,082...10,89237,99638,8441,182...13,11954,01518,4592,440172,158218,6684.534.04
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART L., CENSUS, No. 7.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF HOUSES (INHABITED), AND THE DOMESTIC CONDITION OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), IN THE SEVERAL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.HOUSES OR BUILDINGS.CONDITION.TOTAL MALES.TOTAL FEMALES.GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION.
OF WHAT MATERIALS.Totals.NUMBER OF ROOMS.MARRIED.UNMARRIED.WIDOWERS.WIDOWS.NOT STATED.
Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials, including Tents.*1 or 2.3.4.5.6 or upwardsMale.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.

*The following were the Numbers of Tents in the several Electoral Districts: Northern Division, 8; Franklin, 480; Raglan, 5; Grey and Bell, 10; Omata, 5; Wanganui, 23; Rangitiki, 13; Porirua, 8; Hutt, 1; Wairarapa, 12; Napier, 6; Clive, 3; Collingwood, 41; Motueka, 9; City of Nelson, 14; Waimea, 11; Westland North, 1,612; Picton, 5; Wairau, 2; Cheviot, 14; Kaiapoi, 1; Heathcote, 9; City of Christchurch, 1; Mount Herbert, 2; Akaroa, 4; Selwyn, 3; Coleridge, 2; Timaru, 7; Gladstone, 10; Westland South, 907; Westland Boroughs, 107; City of Dunedin, 4; Roslyn, 14; Caversham, 11 j Port Chalmers, 8; Taieri, 28; Bruce, 164 j Clutha, 13; Oamaru, 31; Waikouaiti, 156; Manuhaerikia, 475; Hampden, 177; Gold Field Towns, 52; Invercargill, 2; Mataura, 17; Riverton, 3; Wallace, 105; General Total, 4,595.

To show that the Totals in the above Table agree with those in the preceding Tables for the Colony, it is necessary to add the Numbers in the Shipping (specified in Note to No. 4), also the Inhabitants of the Chatham Islands, not included in any Electoral District.

MONGONUI8911915...36251915299993......95...............
BAY OF ISLANDS...2472......31322297............3317...1......1,402
MARSDEN...36536............73.........1,5671,01254366...2,2511,6673,918
NORTHERN DIVISION...6...21............74.........1,648...59432792,3591,6654,024
CITY OF AUCKLAND EAST...77...13......95...90.........1,050...369372561,6301,6213,251
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST1,49678...101,584...............1,0711,4102,4252,10268...42143,6063,7127,318
PARNELL...18...2...5963...70...............6095......1,5211,7053,226
NEWTON...13............92...............1,077...2556......1,5561,6713,227
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS...151...8283832375............1738...1......1,541
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA...2.........7456...53...............1764211,0481,1202,168
FRANKLIN1,5449......2,4041,494............1,9351,3334,1781,736...53......6,4693,2899,758
RAGLAN1,30757...671,561.........92...1,1531,2172,8581,84068579144,0883,1287,216
GREY AND BELL......3258......42553276............29949411,019...1,578
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH...3211...7685...81...............2748......1,0961,0842,180
OMATA......1519...7329264268973......8183.........
WANGANUI1,122113...1,332...85...73.........1,694...32591...2,3081,5983,906
RANGITIKI...45.........797846.........1,128...32215...1,530...2,511
PORIRUA1,001...8601,069...94...46.........1,045...3940......1,5161,2322,748
CITY OF WELLINGTON1,8308......2,068...............1,1831,2282,5102,14073...8...3,7743,5277,301
HUTT.........8......648356...............30293...1,1961,0112,207
WAIRARAPA1,206...11511,268...70...60.........1,387...4624......1,8741,1943,068
NAPIER...17126......77...54.........1,352...26439101,9171,3903,307
CLIVE......1317......65612786............211121131,202...1,896
COLLINGWOOD......180......25381746............1462............
MOTUEKA...7.........95707743...............231919101,3301,1212,451
CITY OF NELSON1,01414...811.109.....................1,8931,59260...13102,8332,6475,480
SUBURBS OF NELSON...8...35...2923371264............9873.........
WAIMEA...8............639858...............21362391,4051,2822,687
WESTLAND NORTH1,068......2,9764,0443,499......73...1,222...7,484......42...148,9751,49110,466
PICTON......351......505032...............251721131,035...1,729
WAIRAU...13.........679326...............191958461,378...2,208
CHEVIOT...102.........23261161............2063...1,115...1,410
ASHLEY...24............687536.........1,157...21251...1,6511,2122,863
KAIAPOI...282...............61.........1,4231,1522737......2,0961,8703,966
AVON...8..................54.........1,4811,3323249282,1872,1004,287
HEATHCOTE...55......1,321.........91...1,1611,2182,2731,8663776......3,4713,1606,631
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH1,31432...451,391...............1,1261,1622,1522,02257.........3,3353,3126,617
TOWN OF LYTTELTON...8...19............51...............1946221,2351,1382,373
MOUNT HERBERT814...30...26162112409191......48...............
AKAROA...3...22......48661882............111271......1,743
SELWYN...1............57661464............1783...1,223...2,042
COLERIDGE...4............47371788......1,069...1697...1,385...1,932
TIMARU...12............66...40.........1,110...192913141,6361,3122,948
GLADSTONE...33...94......45501669............131231301,170...1,682
WESTLAND SOUTH2,1141...1,3633,4783,024......60...1,079...6,530......2210...7,7271,3309,057
WESTLAND BOROUGHS1,3801......1,620.........86...1,1021,0082,8611,2376871684,0372,3246,361
CUT OF DUNEDIN2,584......312,727...............2,0782,2874,3523,617......966,5456,14812,693
ROSLYN...40...72......77...38.........1,009...2639......1,5331,4713,004
CAVERSHAM...31...57......72683388............2021......1,2721,0692,341
POET CHALMERS...3...51......47863964............3024111,140...2,082
TAIERI...34............866446.........1,382...4132111,8911,3163,207
BRUCE...15......1,448.........81.........2,4141,1198441...23,8551,9735,828
CLUTHA...5............768727.........1,223...2431......1,6741,1282,802
OAMARU........................50.........1,659...46383...2,2791,4133,692
WAIKOUAITI...24............75812890......1,302...40151751,843...2,805
MANUHERIKIA.........1,1141,4141,14293653084......2,410...5418......3,233...4,053
HAMPDEN...69............40322145......1,237...22105...1,529...1,925
GOLD FIELD TOWNS...8............856941...............311741...1,344...2,110
INVERCARGILL...7...24......64...42...............1627871,086...1,994
MATAURA...9169............46.........1,493...4141212,0991,6453,744
RIVERTON...3136......54442954............1413............1,224
WALLACE...4............43341479......1,437...39101411,894...2,504
          TOTALs38,8261,180...13,08253,95826,5326,1997,8373,5359,85533,74532,53991,66750,5412,3562,5591,993...129,76186,559216,320
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 8.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF UNINHABITED HOUSES AND OF HOUSES BUILDING IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.UNINHABITED HOUSES.*HOUSES BUILDING.
OF WHAT MATERIALS.Totals.OF WHAT MATERIALS.TOTALS
Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials.Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials.

*The Numbers given under this heading are subject to the qualification that, while in some instances the Returns avowedly include Stores, Shops, Offices, and other Buildings occupied during the day‐time only, in many other instances there are no means of ascertaining from them, with any approximation to accuracy, whether or not such Buildings have been counted as “Uninhabited.“

AUCKLAND1,897......762,262...521...
TARANAKI...1427...10...91231
WELLINGTON......418...83...2186
HAWKE'S BAY87...459630...1...31
NELSON...77......58......866
MARLBOROUGH......1128...11...1719
CANTERBURY1,6126027...2,089...7...41...
OTAGO...784......5936115...
SOUTHLAND......1018...232......25
CHATHAM ISLANDS...1......1...1......1
          TOTALS5,312.........6,727...511685...
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 9.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF UNINHABITED HOUSES AND OF HOUSES BUILDING IN THE SEVERAL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND IN DECEMBER, 1867.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.UNINHABITED HOUSES. (See Note at end of Table.)HOUSES BUILDING.
OF WHAT MATERIALS.Totals.OF WHAT MATERIALS.Totals.
Wood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other Materials.Wood.Stone or BrickRaupo.Other Materials.

* The Materials with respect to 94 Houses are not described in the Returns.

NOTE.‐‐The Note to the preceding Table (No. 8) of course applies fully to the above Numbers.

There can be no doubt that, with respect to the Towns especially, many Buildings occupied for commercial or other purposes during the day only have been included in the general totals of “Uninhabited“ Buildings.

MONGONUI24...1...254.........4
BAY OF ISLANDS3511...373.........3
MARSDEN5332...5816......117
NORTHERN DIVISION79.........795.........5
CITY OF AUCKLAND EAST.........25...23......5
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST...44.........3.........3
PARNELL902......922.........2
NEWTON...3.........222......24
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS6l1......623.........3
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA...1........................
FRANKLIN...13217...28.........28
RAGLAN...56927...16...2...18
GREY AND BELL27...284593...5...8
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH...1.........1......1112
OMATA12...143296...4111
WANGANUI27......43114...2...16
RANGITIKI24...142911.........11
PORIRUA36......1372.........2
CITY OF WELLINGTON.........7...35......136
HUTT47...3...507.........7
WAIRARAPA13......21514.........14
NAPIER63...316720...1...21
CLIVE24...142910.........10
COLLINGWOOD44......23673.........3
MOTUEKA301...73811......112
CITY OF NELSON...8...30...22.........22
SUBURBS OF NELSON5......27...............
WAIMEA321...3365......27
WESTLAND NORTH65...765...17......421
PICTON84...12876...1411
WAIRAU25......20453......25
CHEVIOT3961040954......59
ASHLEY32...133661......78
KAIAPOI3011...32...............
AVON65...61722.........2
HEATHCOTE...8...32...61...29
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH...21...10...12......113
TOWN OF LYTTELTON629...374...............
MOUNT HERBERT2......351.........1
AKAROA33......2351......12
SELWYN11......15262......1012
COLERIDGE461...23705......49
TIMARU352...124945...211
GLADSTONE8912...24...91...111
WESTLAND SOUTH......1947...48......856
WESTLAND BOROUGHS...............79......281
CITY OF DUNEDIN*...25...8...87......15
ROSLYN173...42465...112
CAVERSHAM171...32121......3
PORT CHALMERS12.........122.........2
TAIERI141...41932...16
BRUCE32122661921214
CLUTHA37......104713......215
OAMARU337...444514...221
WAIKOUAITI282...8385.........5
MANUHERIKIA1114...631.........44
HAMPDEN7823220...45......9
GOLD FIELD TOWNS81...1625.........33
INVERCARGILL.........4...4.........4
MATAURA......614...61......7
RIVERTON69...4...738.........8
WALLACE57......25971......8
          TOTALS5,312.........6,726*...501685...
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 10.
TABLE SHOWING, FOR EACH ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, THE NUMBERS OF THE MALE POPULATION, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867‐‐THE NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVES IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY‐‐THE NUMBER OF ELECTORS‐‐AND THE PROPORTION OF ELECTORS TO THE MALE INHABITANTS.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.          TOTAL MALE POPULATION.NUMBER OF MALES AGED 21 YEARS AND UPWARDS.NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVES.NUMBER OF ELECTORS.PROPORTION OF ELECTORS TO EVERY 100 OF TOTAL MALE POPULATION.PROPORTION OF ELECTORS TO EVERY 100 MALES OF 21 AND UPWARDS.

The value of the Columns showing the Proportion of Electors to the Population is qualified by the fact that, in numerous instances, Electors are non‐resident, many having votes in more than one District.

The Numbers in the Shipping in the various Harbours have been deducted from the Population of the respective Electoral Districts.

* The Electoral District of the Otago Gold Fields (returning two Members) is not included in the foregoing Table, as, from the nature of the qualification of the Electors (defined in “The Miners' Representation Act Amendment Act, 1863“), no Electoral Roll for it can be formed in the usual way; but the Population of the Gold Fields in Otago at the time of taking the Census (December, 1867) was as follows:‐‐Number of Males aged 21 years and upwards, 6,808 (included in the above numbers for Taieri, Bruce, Waikouaiti, Manuherikia, Hampden, Gold Field Towns, and Wallace); Total Male Population, 9,283.Females, 3,125. Total Population, 12,408.

† “The Maori Representation Act, 1867,“ constituted, in addition to the above, four Maori Electoral Districts for the Colony, viz., the Northern Maori Electoral District, the Eastern Maori Electoral District, the Western Maori Electoral District, and the Southern Maori Electoral District, thus making the House of Representatives to consist of seventy‐six Members.

MONGONUI............46.6291.56
BAY OF ISLANDS............25.4545.65
MARSDEN2,2511,146......39.2777.13
NORTHERN DIVISION2,3591,281...1,21852.9097.42
CITY OF AUCKLAND EAST1,630.........54.78108.76
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST3,6061,664...1,51341.9590.92
PARNELL1,521.........33.2675.40
NEWTON1,556.........61.05157.02
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS............34.4871.92
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA1,048.........36.3586.98
FRANKLIN6,4694,287......15.0522.71
RAGLAN4,0882,191...1,44235.2765.81
GREY AND BELL1,019.........24.1438.86
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH1,096.........20.6242.16
OMATA............27.6045.41
WANGANUI2,3081,361......17.3329.39
RANGITIKI1,530.........16.1426.93
PORIRUA1,516.........41.4282.52
CITY OF WELLINGTON3,7741,964Three1,00126.5250.96
HUTT1,196.........44.1492.46
WAIRARAPA1,8741,068......20.2735.58
NAPIER1,9171,145......21.4335.89
CLIVE1,202.........21.2130.94
COLLINGWOOD............33.5556.61
MOTUEKA1,330.........35.7179.83
CITY OF NELSON2,8331,452......28.3055.23
SUBURBS OF NELSON............38.9877.29
WAIMEA1,405.........38.0779.97
WESTLAND NORTH8,9758,249...50.050.06
PICTON1,035.........32.0755.89
WAIRAU1,378.........24.2338.79
CHEVIOT1,115.........11.3914.54
ASHLEY1,651.........29.0155.31
KAIAPOI2,096.........28.4361.25
AVON2,187.........39.5589.73
HEATHCOTE3,4711,721...1,18634.1668.91
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH3,3351,777...1,26437.9071.13
TOWN OF LYTTELTON1,235.........24.6147.50
MOUNT HERBERT............31.8767.70
AKAROA............23.8248.51
SELWYN1,223.........13.9023.06
COLERIDGE1,3851,035......10.9714.68
TIMARU1,636.........27.5046.77
GLADSTONE1,170.........18.0323.95
WESTLAND SOUTH7,7277,140......1.641.77
WESTLAND BOROUGHS4,0372,981......6.168.35
CITY OF DUNEDIN6,5453,603...3,29650.3591.47
ROSLYN1,533.........35.0975.77
CAVERSHAM1,272.........41.4385.55
POET CHALMERS1,140.........38.9481.31
TAIERI1,8911,086......20.4635.63
BRUCE3,8552,196...1,26032.6857.37
CLUTHA1,674.........26.1644.92
OAMARU2,2791,481......21.8933.69
WAIKOUAITI1,8431,306......19.0426.87
MANUHERIKIA3,2332,526......10.3913.30
HAMPDEN1,5291,303......15.9518.72
GOLD FIELD TOWNS1,344.........29.4643.18
INVERCARGILL1,086.........39.8773.26
MATAURA2,0991,101......25.2048.04
RIVERTON............48.9393.62
WALLACE1,8941,498......5.276.67
OTAGO GOLD FIELDS*..................
          TOTALS129,76180,122Seventy.£33,33825.6941.60
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 11.
TABLE SHOWING THE PLACE OF BIRTH OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.BORN INTotals.
ENGLAND.IRELAND.SCOTLAND.WALES.NEW ZEALANDAUSTRALIAN COLONIES.OTHER BRITISH DOMINIONS.UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.FRANCE.GERMANY.CHINA.OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES.AT SEA.NOT SPECIFIED.
M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.
AUCKLAND9,2476,2594,0243,1612,7361,99290637,9627,683...............636124......41...547660......48,321
TARANAKI...............5684......746250208...93122......2010179444,359
WELLINGTON4,1842,7531,072...1,329...67284,7614,785.........776914265...427......19435024321,950
HAWKE'S BAY1,181...............185......7855573828...147235......3221217......5,283
NELSON5,2582,2643,533...1,845......423,1863,208.........81...158012......17......103342...3123,814
MARLBOROUGH..................1826......906735142735...414......2351631764,371
CANTERBURY12,5207,6485,2102,8004,2752,023......6,6136,5101,3711,116.........52...38.........4...428187411553,866
OTAGO6,4332,9753,0921,6529,2886,128...655,9345,7041,9901,911.........287224...561,185......269564432748,577
SOUTHLAND............1,6161,1191261,1331,122......4322267734417......446281831197,943
CHATHAM ISLANDS351424683......3633331...6.........31...17..................
          TOTALS (EXCLUSIVE OF THE MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES)41,59124,02318,3459,61021,94712,879......32,39731,6556,0485,2652,4161,3821,031.........2,293...1,21362,274...............218,668
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, NO. 12.
TABLE SHOWING THE PERCENTAGE OF PLACES OF BIRTH OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NEW ZEALAND, IN DECEMBER, 1867 (ACCORDING TO THE NUMBERS SHOWN IN THE PRECEDING TABLE, NO. 11).
PROVINCES.ENGLAND.IRELAND.SCOTLAND.WALES.NEW ZEALAND.AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.OTHER BRITISH DOMINIONS.UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.FRANCE.GERMANY.CHINA.OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES.AT SEA.NOT SPECIFIED.
AUCKLAND32.0914.879.780.3232.383.923.590.620.180.760.010.420.280.78
TARANAKI35.5610.234.450.2742.513.121.610.180.280.32...0.690.600.18
WELLINGTON31.607.749.570.4343.493.481.100.380.140.750.030.740.430.12
HAWKE'S BAY33.9613.2711.700.4433.672.521.800.530.400.53...0.640.54...
NELSON31.5917.429.700.9726.854.541.590.860.392.860.072.190.310.66
MARLBOROUGH33.477.839.521.0140.043.591.120.690.1l1.02...0.640.440.52
CANTERBURY37.4414.8711.690.9024.364.621.210.560.371.830.011.730.310.10
OTAGO19.379.7731.730.5423.968.031.050.440.201.012.440.99...0.14
SOUTHLAND15.328.1534.430.2328.399.520.820.410.120.77...0.630.580.63
CHATHAM ISLANDS26.6316.315.98...37.503.260.543.26...2.170.543.81......
AVERAGE FOR THE COLONY30 0112.7815.930.6029.295.171.740.560.251.300.561.120.340.35
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 13.
TABLE SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTION OF OCCUPATIONS AMONG THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NE ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.TRADE, COMMERCE, AND MANUFACTURES.AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.MECHANICS, ARTIFICERS, AND SKILLED WORKERS.MINING.CLERICAL PROFESSION.LEGAL PROFESSION.MEDICAL PROFESSION.TEACHERS.SURVEYORS.OTHER EDUCATED PROFESSIONS.LABOURERS.DOMESTIC AND GENERAL SERVANTS.MISCELLANEOUS.MARINERS.No OCCUPATION STATED (PRINCIPALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN.)          TOTALS OF POPULATION.

Under the above Headings are included the following Numbers of FEMALES, compiled from the Household Schedules:‐‐“Trade, Commerce, and Manufactures,“ 246; “Agricultural and Pastoral,“ 242; “Mechanics, Artificers, and Skilled Workers,“ 1,397; “Teachers,“ 494; “Domestic and General Servants,“ 5,055; “Miscellaneous,“ 1,040. In addition to these, the Schedules show 17,409 described as engaged in “Domestic Duties;“ but the Numbers so described are evidently very incomplete, no such Entry being found in the Returns from some of the Provinces.

AUCKLAND1,8564,0483,2961,786924978...99303,1741,448......30,40148,321
TARANAKI.........276825177...57...352,7114,359
WELLINGTON...1,9311,57024401928...54351,460.........13,93321,950
HAWKE'S BAY.........11061131172............2,9375,283
NELSON1,4651,0881,3726,08720925691328............11,06223,814
MARLBOROUGH.........692251743...79...672,3474,371
CANTERBURY2,7234,2393,1236,776514062...49473,3162,1871,845...28,36553,866
OTAGO2,5034,7703,0315,518532551...37772,4081,7641,446...25,94248,577
SOUTHLAND...1,156......1159281215.........734,8397,943
CHATHAM ISLANDS622111......3...3...14327193...
          TOTALS (EXCLUSIVE OF THE MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES)10,19418,86313,69520,372..................13,0257,2596,8833,537122,630218,668
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 14.
TABLE SHOWING CENTESIMALLY THE DISTRIBUTION OF OCCUPATIONS AMONG THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NEW ZEALAND, IN DECEMBER, 1867, (ACCORDING TO THE NUMBERS SHOWN IN THE PRECEDING TABLE, NO. 13.)
PROVINCES.TRADE, COMMERCE, AND MANUFACTURES.AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.MECHANICS, ARTIFICERS, AND SKILLED WORKERS.MINING.PROFESSIONS: CLERICAL, MEDICAL, AND LEGAL.TEACHERS, SURVEYORS, AND OTHER EDUCATED PROFESSIONS.LABOURERS.DOMESTIC AND GENERAL SERVANTS.MISCELLANEOUS.MARINERS, ©.No OCCUPATION STATED, (PRINCIPALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN).
AUCKLAND3.848.386.823.700.450.716.573.001.661.9562.92
TARANAKI3.4212.026.680.050.481.127.111.314.820.8062.19
WELLINGTON3.878.807.150.110.400.896.653.323.761.5763.48
HAWKE'S BAY4.0311.386.190.020.510.958.636.404.092.2155.59
NELSON6.154.575.7625.570.250.464.001.783.351.6646.45
MARLBOROUGH2.4911.075.291.580.210.5510.981.8110.801.5353.69
CANTERBURY5.067.875.8012.580.280.606.164.063.431.5152.65
OTAGO5.159.826.2411.360.270.654.963.632.981.5453.40
SOUTHLAND4.0314.555.581.360.310.695.732.903.010.9260.92
CHATHAM ISLANDS3.2611.965.980.541.631.637.611.6314.680.5450.54
AVERAGE FOR THE COLONY4.668.636.269.320.330.675.963.323.151.6256.08
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 15.
TABLE SHOWING THE RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS OF THE POPULATION IN NEW ZEALAND (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.CHURCH OF ENGLAND.CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, AND PRESBYTERIANS NOT MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED. (See Note. 1.)ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.WESLEYAN METHODISTS.CONGREGATIONAL INDEPENDENTS.BAPTISTS.PRIMITIVE METHODISTS.LUTHERAN CHURCH.HEBREWS.SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.PROTESTANTS, NO PARTICULAR DENOMINATION SPECIFIED.PAGANS, CHINESE, AND HEATHEN.OTHERWISE DESCRIBED. (See Note 2.)NOT DESCRIBED.
M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.

(1.) The Denominations in this Table (so far as “Society of Friends“), are classified according to the order in the Schedule of “Religious Bodies“ appended to “The Marriage Act, 1854“ (as amended by “The Marriage Act Amendment Act, 1867“); but Presbyterians have been brought under one comprehensive heading, there being sufficient reason to believe that, in very many instances, the Householders, when filling the Census Forms, did not pay regard to the distinctive designations of the several Presbyterian Churches. For instance, the Enumerator for Otago states (as respects that Province) that “ those denominated Church of Scotland, Free Church, and other Presbyterians, may be classed under one head, as being members and adherents of the Presbyterian Church of Otago and Southland.“

(2.) The Numbers under the Heading “Otherwise Described,“ are made up as follows (taking the Results according to the order of the respective Totals):‐‐“Christians,“ 1,155, viz., Males, 609; Females, 546 (in which Numbers are included “Christians“ simply so described, 823, viz., Males, 454; Females, 869; and Christians variously described as “Church of Christ,“ “Bible Christians,“ “Disciples of Christ,“ “Christian Brethren,“ “Free Christians,“ ©, 332, viz., Males, 155; Females, 177):‐‐“No Denomination,“ 592, viz., Males, 339; Females, 253:‐‐Unitarians, 325, viz., Males, 208; Females, 117:‐‐“Non‐Sectarians,“ 172, viz., Males, 96; Females, 76:‐‐“Non‐Conformists“ and “Dissenters,“ 138, viz., Males, 79; Females, 59:‐‐Methodists (in addition to those in the Table, and variously described as simply “Methodists,“ “Methodist Free Church,“ “Free Methodists,“ “Independent Methodists,“ “United Free Wesleyans“ “United Methodists,“ “New Methodists,“ and “Episcopal Methodists“), 87, viz., Males, 45; Females, 42:‐‐Plymouth Brethren, 96, viz., Males, 50; Females, 46:‐‐Evangelical Lutherans, 61, viz., Males, 30; Females, 31:‐‐Mormons (Latter Day Saints), 00, viz., Males, 40; Females, 14:‐‐Free Thinkers, 57, viz., Males, 50; Females, 7:‐‐Greek Church, 52 (all Males):‐‐“Brethren,“ 42, viz., Males, 24; Females, 18:‐‐“Calvinists,“ 41, viz., Males, 33; Females, 8:‐‐Swedenborgians, 29, viz., Males, 16 ; Females, 13:‐‐New Church, 21, viz., Males, 10; Females, 11:‐‐Moravians, 19, viz., Males, 13; Females, 6:‐‐Others (smaller Totals, in every instance under 15 for the Colony), 248, viz., Males, 178 ; Females, 70. [For these 248 persons, there are no less than forty‐nine, more or less varied, descriptions.]

AUCKLAND13,0800,7814,9693,0154,4623,7112,0371,744..................9531...8030262116..................
TARANAKI1,201.....................31172830......5...2.........44......17113417
WELLINGTON5,7984,5532,2111,5761,5441,1251,2371,116.....................497059149......22......6815
HAWKE'S BAY1,8301,143............66403834271915151013...3...............592234
NELSON5,1972,9252,005...3,692...1,082......68......2714......963412...2,373..................91
MARLBOROUGH1,641.....................212240341...18...15541..................4430
CANTERBURY16,70311,4136,0593,4424,7072,4462,9402,324...............42...78......221502542......8933
OTAGO8,5914,87813,0139,0923,0721,914..................138...60......113......1,101...............
SOUTHLAND1,292...2,2071,093............505058411...2917831...............3122......
CHATHAM ISLANDS623315142357...1...............116........................43......
          TOTALS (exclusive of the Military and their Families)55,55437,43632,66422,26519,17211,2119,1757,4942,3231,9232,3362,017......1,944............402,939...1,10741,8781,3171,204...
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 16.
TABLE SHOWING THE PERCENTAGE OF RELIGIONS DENOMINATIONS OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NEW ZEALAND IN DECEMBER, 1867, (ACCORDING TO THE NUMBERS SHOWN IN THE PRECEDING TABLE, NO. 15).
PROVINCES.CHURCH OF ENGLAND,CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, AND PRESBYTERIANS NOT MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED.*ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.WESLEYAN METHODISTS.CONGREGATIONAL INDEPENDENTS.BAPTISTS.PRIMITIVE METHODISTS.LUTHERANS.HEBREWS.SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.PROTESTANTS (NOT MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED).PAGANS, CHINESE, AND HEATHEN.OTHERWISE DESCRIBED.*NOT DESCRIBED.

* See Notes to preceding Table, No. 15.

AUCKLAND47.3418.4516.917.823.412.770.660.270.500.130.08...0.970.69
TARANAKI50.818.6511.4716.631.101.337.850.120.05...0.18...0.641.17
WELLINGTON47.1617.4012.1610.721.711.261.950.740.590.103.750.022.060.38
HAWKE'S BAY56.2820.3516.582.011.360.870.570.210.050.06......1.530.13
NELSON34.1111.7519.318.310.733.090.172.650.550.0512.39...5.381.51
MARLBOROUGH58.8413.9813.348.470.981.690.020.410.460.12.........1.69
CANTERBURY52.3117.6413.289.771.501.540.281.680.700.040.160.010.860.23
OTAGO27.7349.2110.263.402.011.830.040.960.680.03...2.270.740.78
SOUTHLAND26.9949.1010.665.061.261.250.010.580.140.01......0.674.27
CHATHAM ISLANDS51.6315.7615.223.800.54......9.25..................
AVERAGE FOR THE COLONY42.5325.1213.917.621.941.990.611.090.570.071.780.511.460.80
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867. ‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 17.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), IN NEW ZEALAND, ABLE OR NOT ABLE TO READ OR WRITE, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.DEGREE OF EDUCATION.NOT DESCRIBED.TOTAL POPULATION.
UNDER 15 YEARS.15 YEARS AND UPWARDS.MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITIES INCLUDED IN THE FOREGOING NUMBERS.TOTALS OF BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES.
Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.
Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.British.ForeignCannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.

The figures in the above Table do not precisely agree with those given for the respective Sexes and Ages in the Table No. 1, partly on account of the numbers whose degree of Education was “not described,” and partly because (in the case of the Province of Otago) there were discrepancies in the Returns which could not have been adjusted without a re‐compilation from the original Household Schedules,‐involving delay and expense which it was not considered necessary to incur, the discrepancies not affecting the Totals, and being in themselves of little or no practical importance.

AUCKLAND5,2034,7861,2541,1373,2633,020............15,46910,37378811,3053,71132,1251,18048,321
TARANAKI......85.........494353821,521...91......3,028...4,359
WELLINGTON2,3662,339......1,5171,565............7,2264,5296165,3121,76114,8374021,950
HAWKE'S BAY..................955674662,0961,0161911,092...3,696...5,283
NELSON1,2561,286......1,2211,164............12,1333,7033363,0231,46018,2211,11023,814
MARLBOROUGH.........95......654448491,747...132......2,914...4,371
CANTERBURY5,4205,3941,2291,1932,6462,480............22,34810,56292711,8503,52738,036...53,866
OTAGO4,2534,0781,1791,1712,4272,291............19,1079,624...59,0213,19433,4492,91348,577
SOUTHLAND..................9171......2,6701,52623...2,131...5,004977,943
CHATHAM ISLANDS171366871332377292...4617.........
GENERAL TOTALS (EXCLUSIVE OF THE MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES)20,70020,0515,2365,06312,39111,7092,8891,7712,3732,72484,39442,937...3645,41115,396151,4316,430218,668
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867. ‐‐PART I.,CENSUS, No. 18.
TABLE SHOWING THE CENTESIMAL PROPORTIONS OF MALES AND FEMALES RESPECTIVELY, AND OF THE TOTAL POPULATION OF NEW ZEALAND, ABLE OR UNABLE TO READ OR WRITE, IN DECEMBER, 1867 (ACCORDING TO THE NUMBERS SHOWN IN THE PRECEDING TABLE, NO. 17).
PROVINCES.DEGREE OF EDUCATION.
UNDER 15 YEARS.15 YEARS AND UPWARDS.BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES.
Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.
Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.Females.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.

The above Centesimals have been calculated on the Population after deducting the Numbers of those respecting whom the requisite information was not ascertained, as shown in the preceding Table, No. 17,in the column “Not Described. “ On reference to that column it will be seen that, in some of the Provinces, these Numbers were so large as to qualify considerably the application of the calculation so far as those Provinces are concerned.

AUCKLAND53.5353.5212.9012.7133.5733.774.285.113.056.8892.6788.0123.987.8768.15
TARANAKI45.2143.5510.8615.1943.9341.263.024.383.278.3693.7187.2618.648.0673.30
WELLINGTON52.9952.0913.0313.0533.9834.864.824.473.705.9591.4889.5824.248.0467.72
HAWKE'S BAY51.4355.2914.0612.9534.5131.764.194.923.275.8092.5489.2821.147.3271.54
NELSON43.3744.9014.4714.4642.1640.612.763.082.647.0294.6089.9013.326.4380.25
MARLBOROUGH53.1053.3715.8613.9331.0432.703.495.422.586.0393.9388.5521.037.5371.44
CANTERBURY58.3159.4913.2213.1628.4727.352.823.242.175.1695.0191.6022.196.6071.21
OTAGO54.1254.0915.0015.5330.8830.382.322.202.203.9495.4893.8619.766.9973.25
SOUTHLAND59.3661.8114.5414.7626.1023.433.174.133.737.2093.1088.6727.209.0263.78
CHATHAM ISLANDS54.8450.0019.3523.0825.8126.9214.138.572.178.5783.7082.8625.009.2465.76
AVERAGES FOR THE COLONY54.0154.4513.6613.7532.3331.803.223.742.655.7494.1390.5221.407.2571.35
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 19.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING, FOR THE YEARS 1864 AND 1867 RESPECTIVELY, THE POPULATION IN NEW ZEALAND (EXCLUSIVE OF THE MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES, AND OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE DIFFERENT DEGREES OF EDUCATION; THE NUMERICAL AND PROPORTIONATE INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867; AND THE PROPORTION PER CENT. OF EACH DEGREE OF EDUCATION TO THE TOTAL POPULATION OF THE SEVERAL PROVINCES IN THE RESPECTIVE YEARS.
PROVINCES.POPULATION.INCREASE OR DECREASE IN 1867 AS COMPARED WITH 1864.PROPORTION PER CENT. OF EACH DEGREE OF EDUCATION TO THE GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION IN THE RESPECTIVE YEARS.
1864.1867.NUMERICAL.PROPORTIONATE.1864.1867.
Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.Cannot Read.Read only.Read and Write.
(See Note to preceding Table, No. 18.)
          per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.per cent.
AUCKLAND8,8642,67630,54211,3053,71132,1252,4411,0351,58327.5338.675 1821.066.3672.5823.987.8768.15
TARANAKI......3,378......3,0288324dcr. 35012.087.76dcr. 10.3615.717.0677.2318.648.0673.30
WELLINGTON3,6101,5909,7875,3121,76114,8371,702...5,05047.1410.7551 5924.0910.6165.3024.248.0467.72
HAWKE'S BAY......2,6901,092...3,696......1,00630.1556.8437.3922.266.3971.3521.147.3271.54
NELSON1,6391,0127,9713,0231,46018,2211,384...10,25084.4444.26128.5915.439.5375.0413.326.4380.25
MARLBOROUGH......4,186......2,914dcr. 120dcr. 48dcr. 1,272dcr. 12.27dcr. 13.52dcr.30 3817.726.4375.8521.037.5371.44
CANTERBURY6,9972,44121,45011,8503,52738,0364,8531,08616,58669.3544.4977.3222.657.9069.4522.196.6071.21
OTAGO8,5772,88037,4269,0213,19433,449......dcr. 3,9775.1710.90dcr. 106217.555.8976.5619.766.9973.25
SOUTHLAND1,859...5,6052,134...5,004...87dcr. 60114.7914.00dcr. 10.7222.997.6869.3327.209.0263 78
CHATHAM ISLANDS2310534617...23768100.0070.00128.3026.7411.6361.6325.009.2465.76
          TOTALS AND AVERAGES FOR THE COLONY34,07312,135123,08845,41115,396151,43111,3383,26128,34333.2726.8723.0220.137.1772.7021.407.2571.35
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 20.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF THE POPULATION (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN NEW ZEALAND ATTENDING SCHOOLS, WITH THE RESPECTIVE NUMBERS OF THE POPULATION UNDER FIVE YEARS AND BETWEEN FIVE AND FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE, ACCORDING TO A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.AT DAY SCHOOLS.AT SUNDAY SCHOOLS.POPULATIONS.
SUPPORTED BY GOVERNMENT AID.PRIVATE, OR NOT RECEIVING GOVERNMENT AID.TOTAL.AT SUNDAY ONLY.AT BOTH DAY AND SUNDAY.Totals.UNDER 5 YEARSBETWEEN 5 AND 15.
Males.FemalesMales.FemalesMales.Females.Males.Females.Males.FemalesMales.Females.Males.FemalesTotal.Males.Females.Total.
AUCKLAND......1,7011,5572,0471,782......1,5101,0742,1641,7734,3453,9908,3355,7075,27710,984
TARANAKI...75............9797...............356 ............
WELLINGTON............1,4131,350............1,0611,0451,9211,9153,8362,5452,5755,120
HAWKE'S BAY82546894......213979...........................
NELSON............1,1801,138...............1,0001,3451,3872,7321,9371,8343,771
MARLBOROUGH......4962......3744..............................
CANTERBURY1,279...1,1051,1922,3842,091......1,6021,4462,2372,1094,6854,6629,3474,7464,5339,279
OTAGO1,8441,454......2,5052,339......1,4311,4911,8041,8524,5434,4018,9444,1814,0458,226
SOUTHLAND5023............97.....................1,702......1,615
CHATHAM ISLANDS......2424......2121131124181533
          TOTALS5,2724,0415,1775,46810,4499,5092,4252,5856,6896,0799,1148,66418,96918,42337,39221,37620,41741,793
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 21.
TABLE SHOWING THE EXTENT OF HOLDINGS; THE NUMBER OF ACRES FENCED; THE QUANTITY OF LAND BROKEN UP, BUT NOT UNDER CROP; AND THE RESPECTIVE NUMBERS OF ACRES UNDER EACH DESCRIPTION OF CROP, IN THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND (EXCLUSIVE OF THE LAND AND CULTIVATIONS OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.EXTENT OF HOLDING.TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES FENCED.Number of Acres.
NUMBER OF ACRES.Land broken up, but not under Crop.In Wheat.In Oats.In Barley.In Maize or SorghumIn Rye or Bere.In Hay (mown).In Sown Grasses, including Land in Hay.In Peas or Beans.In Potatoes.In Turnips or Rape.In Mangold, Beet, Carrots, Parsnips, or Onions.In Garden or Orchard.In Tobacco.In any other Crop.Total under Crop.*
Freehold.Leasehold.

* The “Totals under Crop” in each line differ from the correct addition of the preceding figures by the numbers under the heading “Hay (mown),” which are again given in the figures under the heading “Sown Grasses, including Land in Hay.”

AUCKLAND692,326431,753207,9949,7781,6764,136...2,010...7,317112,636...5,076......2,49810...129,677
TARANAKI65,1649,80618,906.........71.........13,8477...4558...37016,197
WELLINGTON791,380428,722266,3086,991...3,058...2784,080126,751.........391,2956...133,888
HAWKE'S BAY706,719987,268247,0055,174...1,207...89...1,30828,6157...368......2931,254 1/8
NELSON674,745550,264459,3274,4961,9893,814...5782,37632,183.........661,00115...41,614
MARLBOROUGH545,166930,274273,7822,6641,8232,1321,3885515...11,553......1415...71817,984
CANTERBURY21,3503,084,1241,013,57622,62026,68335,3825,86842...7,01473,7092,6782,401...1,1942,80050...152,711
OTAGO720,3576,043,071665,57227,72912,54141,9723,342......3,11656,018...3,3441,787...1,6179...122,208
SOUTHLAND351,2301,117,618302,18513,9141,1039,411......50...17,30025...1,61618...½831,034 ½
CHATHAM ISLANDS3110,717...7128.........3...¼26......12...2341 3/8
          TOTALS5,068,44013,693,6173,455,58894,31147,786101,56313,1362,523 1/81,05227,163472,8934,386 ¼14,3724,7392,03510,516164 5/81,743676,909
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 22.
TABLE SHOWING THE EXTENT OF HOLDINGS; THE NUMBER OF ACRES FENCED; THE QUANTITY OF LAND BROKEN UP, BUT NOT UNDER CROP; AND THE RESPECTIVE NUMBERS OF ACRES UNDER EACH DESCRIPTION OF CROP, IN THE SEVERAL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.EXTENT OF HOLDING.TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES FENCED.Number of Acres.
NUMBER OF ACRES.Land broken up, but not under Crop.In Wheat.In Oats.In Barley.In Maize or SorghumIn Rye or Bere.In Hay (mown).In Sown Grasses, including Land in Hay.In Peas or Beans.In Potatoes.In Turnips or Rape.In Mangold, Beet, Carrots, Parsnips, or Onions.In Garden or Orchard.In Tobacco.In any other Crop.Total under Crop.*
Freehold.Leasehold.

* The addition of the figures shown in No. 21, for the Chatham Islands, will mate these Totals agree, except in fractions, with the Totals given in that Table.

† The “Totals under Crop,“ in each line, differ from the correct addition of the preceding figures by the numbers under the heading “Hay (mown),“ which are again given under the heading “Sown Grasses, including Land in Hay.“

The large quantity of Land shown for some of the Electoral Districts in Cities and Towns, is explained by the fact that Inhabitants of those Districts entered in their Census Forms properties belonging

to them elsewhere, which would not have been returned at all if they had not been so included.

MONGONUI29,81321,92912,544...41 ¼1714203 ¾...92 ¾1,605½55...363...6 ½2,009
BAY OF ISLANDS82,5073,86113,241102 ¼17 ¾8 ½...71 ½...360 ¾9,307¾873194 ¼½6 ¼9,597 ¼
MARSDEN115,68264,64828,7411,507 ½533 ½413 ½21 ½418 ¾19 ¼640 ¾12,503 ½3 ¾387 ¾515 ¼434 ¾3 ½17 ¼14,777 ¼
NORTHERN DIVISION121,47114,69323,1281,588 ¾130 ¼673 ¼45 ¼264 ½89498 ¾13,64918 ½420 ½7 ¾29479 ½½81 ¾15,888 ¾
CITY OF AUCKLAND EAST2,226 ½½65 ½3 ½..................58...1......4 ¾......63 ¾
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST9,82096...451234...3...1587...7 ½......10...½...
PARNELL4,1019,3001,725 ¼157 ½...38...2 ½...18471 ½1 ¼6 ½4¼77.........
NEWTON6,328 ¼343 ½1,416 ¾10 ½...42306 ½...51 ½884 ½...20 ½......20 ¾......1,004
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS3,956 ¼1,2624,707 ¼123 ½78 ¾...28 ¼15 ¼¾379 ¾3,04411 ½304 ¼40757 ¼......3,746
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA1,693 ½753 ¾1,011 ¾85252675 ¼......529 ½.........8 ¾......3 ¼858 ¾
FRANKLIN166,809284,26552,0873,081 ¼362 ½1,336 ½...496 ¾210 ½2,932 ¼34,607 ¾55 ¼1,799 ¼47 ¼31 ¼582 ¾557 ¼39,744
RAGLAN147,91930,602 ¼69,039 ¾2,845 ½475 ¼1,388 ¼244 ¾522 ½47 ¼2,206 ¾35,889 ¼...1,844 ½6750 ¼559 ¾¼3441,232
GREY AND BELL29,651 ½5,2879,688 ¼...473 ¾295 ¼39 ¼124 ¼...286 ¾6,807 ¾6335 ¾20 ½28 ½96 ¾2 ¼15 ¾8,245 ¾
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH16,249 ½1,325 ¾2,973 ¾89102 ½20 ¾4 ½9...110 ½2,362½75 ½6 ¼7 ½89...3 ¾2,681 ¼
OMATA19,262 ¾3,192 ¾6,244 ¼354 ½113 ½...26 ¾40......4,677 ¼¼...18 ¼22 ½38 ½¾50 ¼5,270
WANGANUI76,687 ¼44,897 ¾64,028 ¼1,85627 ¼...105 ¾3...1,255 ¼37,635 ¾18235 ¾¼7233 ½...123 ¼38,694 ½
RANGITIKI117,244131,410 ½97,022 ¼2,994...1,395 ¼196 ½8 ½6726 ½29,084 ¼13 ½224 ¾...8 ¾196 ½...2 ½31,594 ½
PORIRUA49,8251/252,20822,5591621/2251/21321/271/291/22...192213/493/4533/461/442463/41121/219,7321/2
CITY OF WELLINGTON3,439 ¼1,0511,082 ¾10 ¾...7.........39 ¼...3 ¾4 ½½1 ½...31713 ¼
HUTT34,2355,802 ¼11,349 ½...59...18 ¼2 ¾...519 ¾12,947107 ½218 ¼2 ½12 ½206 ½¼213,804 ½
WAIRARAPA509,948193,35370,266 ½1,774 ¾468 ¾990 ¾15 ½3 ¾......27,290 ¼112 ¾150 ¾15...216 ¾29,349 ¼
NAPIER103,549590,42039,7902,368 ¾72 ½367 ½40 ¼58 ½...654 ¼10,492 ¼2 ½199 ½341 ¾184 ¾...14 ⅞11,477 ½
CLIVE603,170396,848207,2142,805 ½273 ½839 ¼130 ½30 ½...653 ¾18,123 ¾4 ¼...¼25 ¾163 ¾...14 ¼19,776 ¾
COLLINGWOOD17,8508,811 ¼2,899 ½82 ¼10101 ¾1011 ½157 ¾2,463 ¼7 ½75 ¼1 ¼5 ½97 ¼......2,774 ¼
MOTUEKA48,54219,774 ½18,8111,834 ¾1,009 ¼1,118 ¾536 ¾2 ¼49 ¼664 ¼10,551 ½...346 ¾117 ¼18 ¼243 ¾288 ¾14,300 ½
CITY OF NELSON8,5711,321 ½1,48582 ½164 ¼1...363632 ½617 ¼...7 ½229 ½...2 ½964 ½
SUBURBS OF NELSON18,229 ½47,87612,682 ¼...55353 ½57 ¾1...365 ½4,860 ¾17 ¾53 ½½12 ½116 ¾½5 ½5,535
WAIMEA71,47380,26021,1211,701 ¼913 ½1,913 ½353 ¼½24 ¾1,09812,266......214 ½...½151 ½16,156
WESTLAND NORTH4,6605,619 ¼...29 ½¼48 ¾............23 ½¼46¾3 ½28...5 ½156 ½
PICTON42,968205,308 ½16,919 ½264 ¼283 ½289 ¾91 ¼6 ½15 ¼165 ¾4,05261801 ¼9155 ½5 ¾45,054 ¾
WAIRAU446,716 ½588,980232,1202,362 ¼1,537 ¾1,765 ¾1,286 ¾48......6,999 ½200 ¾...115...58 ¾412,242 ¼
CHEVIOT638,672522,841589,833751 ¼19 ¼554 ½30 ¼......732,410 ¼14 ¾108 ¾9 ½24 ½119 ¾251 ¾3,318 ¼
ASHLEY65,747119,275163,7134,634 ¾4,584 ¼5,711 ¼897 ½1176 ½79 ½5,243 ½330 ¾384 ¼196 ¾162 ½...1 ¼40 ½17,896
KAIAPOI26,074 ½26,130 ½34,013 ½1,091 ½2,9234,030 ½1,188 ½2 ½...1,132 ¼11,338 ½...294 ½...187 ¼...4 ¼44 ½21,614 ½
AVON22,78219,77735,3301,5881,683 ¾4,258 ¼766 ½5161,254 ¼13,300382 ½329 ¾148 ¼...482 ¾1 ½365 ¾21,979
HEATHCOTE54,02435,032 ½51,3032,0874,474 ¼5,904 ½1,1361717 ¼1,574 ¼16,234 ¾242 ½246 ½154 ½165 ¾427 ¼11 ¼93 ½29,125
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH4,1352,072 ½2,732 ½220 ¼36 ¾107 ½15...1...1,493 ¼1 ¼8 ¼...2 ¾170 ½½25 ¾1,802 ½
TOWN OF LYTTELTON1,031 ¼...262 ½8 ¾½2 ½.........11 ½40 ½1 ¼5 ¼½½80...2 ½133 ½
MOUNT HERBERT13,55317,7165,150 ¼848 ¼...175 ½38.........3,723 ¾4856 ¾½5 ¾82 ¼......4,245 ½
AKAROA22,7237,676 ¼7,153135 ½39 ½26 ¼5 ¼1129 ¼246 ¾6,495 ¾80 ¾54 ¾5 ¼2 ¾128 ¼1½6,970 ¼
SELWYN45,111 ¼114,60996,1397,376 ½8,962 ¼7,575 ½1,342 ¼5 ½131,121 ¾7,731389 ½...77 ¼......¼64 ¼26,938 ¾
COLERIDGE75,739605,752 ¼261,2101,565 ½1,385 ½2,117208 ½...3...4,611 ½115 ¼142 ¾32 ¾70 ½...15 ¼5 ½8,878 ½
TIMARU63,185305,413 ¾47,8762,090 ¾2,123 ¼3,895 ¾225 ½......158 ½2,205 ½78 ½265 ¾52 ½79 ½177 ¾130 ½9,135 ½
GLADSTONE49,2591,824,194145,058748 ½331 ¾1,285 ¼42 ½...½...639 ¾17 ½174 ½22 ¼14 ½104 ¾713 ½2,653 ¾
WESTLAND SOUTH179 ½5,739460 ½19 ¼6 ½25 ½.........4...1 ½82 ¾1 ¼13 ½88 ¾½½340 ½
WESTLAND BOROUGHS3523 ¼59 ¼......1 ½............7...6 ½¼117......33 ¼
CITY OF DUNEDIN6,272 ¼...433 ¼120 ¼7 ¼53 ½1......8111 ½¼6 ¾2 ½...76 ¼...¼259 ¼
ROSLYN9,473 ¾2,7245,880 ½...119 ¼911 ¾73 ¼...19...2,44239104 ½2827 ¼184 ½...554,003 ½
CAVERSHAM15,659 ½4,095 ½9,304 ½414 ½281 ¼700 ¾205 ½½28 ¾...5,16658 ½227 ½3931 ½171 ¾...216,932
PORT CHALMERS7,0331,384 ¼2,425170 ¾78 ½457 ¾6 ¼4...70 ¼1,146 ½3094 ½36 ¾6 ¾54...11,916
TAIERI59,180 ¾137,386 ¼43,198 ½2,660 ¼2,909 ¼10,1791,164 ¼154 ½597 ¼12,260 ½34 ¾739 ½320 ¾106 ½...5 ¾180 ¼28,060
BRUCE75,559148,132 ½37,5694,254 ¾1,414 ¾8,483 ¼688 ¼...32 ½574 ½8,629 ¾287 ½515 ¾365 ½37 ¼181 ¼¼20 ¼20,757 ¼
CLUTHA153,668255,417 ¾76,078 ½8,220 ¼1,340 ½7,008......17...12,121 ½23...558 ½11 ½152 ¾...621,937 ¾
OAMARU183,010288,135 ¼113,2667,6784,6687,256 ¼612 ¾¼3263 ¾5,918 ½43375 ½302 ¾......¾21 ½19,533 ¼
WAIKOUAITI63,068724,226 ¼100,1843,166 ¾921 ¾4,388 ¾168 ½1 ½20 ¼399 ¼7,360 ¼6 ¼284 ¼8122 ¼172 ½12 ¼13,430 ½
MANUHERIKIA1,670 ¼1,335,94943,980111 ½62 ¼1,12232 ¼...285...12 ¼...9 ½27 ¼102 ¼...71,938 ¾
HAMPDEN131,5341,954,308128,668.........45 ½......69 ¾209 ¾8 ¼161 ¾27 ¼3269 ¼141,947 ¾
GOLD FIELD TOWNS230 ¾52,641 ¼1,04557 ¼...305 ½4...231 ¾6110 ¾728 ¼6 ¾54...¾...
INVERCARGILL4953 ¼451 ¼...½............1 ½...3 ¾......14 ½......20 ¼
MATAURA184,67754,771 ¼78,093 ½12,188 ¾...6,269 ¼153 ½...48356 ¾14,575 ¼15 ¾435 ½1,54012261 ½...424,038 ¾
RIVERTON46,881 ½15,630 ¾31,184 ¼1,473359 ¼2,788 ¾.........146 ½2,617 ¾9177 ½71 ½4 ½68 ¾...46,368
WALLACE133,623 ¼2,185,179 ¾296,402 ¼488 ¾57669 ¼16 ½...1 ½45 ¾468 ½2...113 ½83 ¼½...1,453
          TOTALS*5,068,43713,582,9003,454,654 ¾94,30447,774 ¼101,554 ¾13,135 ½2,5231,052 ½27,160472,6124,386 ¾14,344 ¾4,738 ½2,035 ¾10,504164 5/81,741 ¼676,567 5/8
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS.‐‐No. 23.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE QUANTITY OF LAND FENCED AND THE QUANTITY OF LAND UNDER CROP (IN ACRES) IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND (EXCLUSIVE OF THE LAND AND CULTIVATIONS OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), AS ASCERTAINED BY CENSUSES TAKEN IN DECEMBER 1858, DECEMBER 1861, DECEMBER 1864, AND DECEMBER 1867, RESPECTIVELY.
PROVINCES.TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES FENCED.WHEAT.BARLEY AND OATS.POTATOES.SOWN GRASSES.OTHER CROPS.TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES UNDER CROP.

Fractions having been omitted in the compilations relating to 1861 and 1864 in this Table, the Totals given as under Crop are not the exact additions of the figures in the respective lines.

AUCKLAND 185890,467 ¾2,322 ¾2,851 ½2,508 ½50,319 ¾2,199 ¼60,201 ¾
1861112,3183,8922,5543,55362,8173,10975,916
1864129,148...3,5653,47775,8423,81687,556
1867207,9941,6764,6795,076112,6365,610129,677
TARANAKI 185812,705 ¾764 ¼615 ¾482 ½9,723 ⅞569 ¼12,155 5/8
18619,85861......9,642...10,153
18648,13358......9,006...9,769
186718,906.........13,847...16,197
WELLINGTON 185840,841 ½1,127 ⅞1,573 ⅞701 ½21,580 ½1,040 1/826,023 ⅞
186176,6112,2851,604...49,1431,51855,313
1864127,350...1,836...90,2861,86495,415
1867266,308...3,402...126,7511,924133,888
HAWKE'S BAY 18584,143 1/8336 ¼139 1/8...479 ½265 ¾1,330 5/8
186131,781.........3,731...5,844
186465,671.........19,861...21,879
1867247,005...1,378...28,615545 1/831,254 1/8
NELSON (including Marlborough in 1858) 185845,337 ½3,084 ½4,195...8,010 ¾2,07017,997 ¼
186137,2994,3952,986...12,1562,87922,934
186491,4113,2213,332...22,7392,24732,068
1867459,3271,9894,790...32,1831,94141,614
MARLBOROUGH 186120,455.........1,766...3,162
186486,032...1,480...4,4281,0848,188
1867273,7821,8233,520...11,553...17,984
CANTERBURY 185822,926 5/84,238 ¾3,253 ½645 ⅞4,2291,568 1/813,935 ¼
186172,93712,7856,0251,08810,3102,59732,807
1864342,41513,32817,1021,75331,6704,87168,725
18671,013,57626,68341,2502,40173,7098,668152,711
OTAGO (including Southland in 1858) 185819,139 ¼1,835 ½2,885489 ¼3,717 ¾...9,363 ½
186142,2544,9284,683...8,220...19,254
1864151,5165,81721,9363,06815,8952,44049,158
1867665,57212,54145,3143,34456,0184,991122,208
SOUTHLAND 18615,957...............1,114
186470,341...5,695...2,148...9,549
1867302,1851,1039,844...17,3002,096 ½31,034 ½
CHATHAM ISLANDS 1861...16426676...
1864...111355...19...
1867...12826...14 3/8341 3/8
          TOTALS FOR THE COLONY 1858235,561 ½13,709 ⅞15,513 ¾5,574 5/898,061 1/88,148 ½141,007 ⅞
1861409,76329,54719,3347,292158,06212,386226,219
18641,072,38325,60755,90311,164272,12317,856382,655
18673,455,58847,786114,69914,372472,89327,159676,909
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 24.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF LIVE STOCK (EXCLUSIVE OF STOCK BELONGING TO ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867; WITH THE ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF BUTTER AND CHEESE, AND THE NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINES.
PROVINCES.NUMBER OFWEIGHT OFNUMBER OF
HORSES.BROOD MARES (included in the foregoing).MULES AND ASSES.CATTLE (including CALVES).BREEDING COWS (including in the foregoing).SHEEP (including LAMBS).BREEDING EWES (included in the forgoing).GOATS.PIGS.POULTRYAnnual Production ofTHRASHING MACHINES.REAPING MACHINES.STEAM PLOUGHS.STEAM HARROWS.
BUTTER.CHEESE.STEAM.WATER.HORSE.
AUCKLAND9,4361,705...53,06616,577172,03067,3483,38225,814145,222lbs. 925,698lbs. 264,3551...3110......
TARANAKI1,441...43,4061,05219,7728,707622,11213,80773,1617,450......92......
WELLINGTON10,5972,5354956,21117,312754,026289,2791,26320,28387,643779,98247,7755...3412......
HAWKE'S BAY4,078...1411,7834,009841,814286,778...3,32521,91458,81121,36731139......
NELSON4,277...2415,8944,349523,799202,444 ...8,82249,030350,13045,986512320......
MARLBOROUGH2,608...247,9133,161611,757254,1102,3175,24316,173113,34115,0764...10271...
CANTERBURY15,1202,9375861,59618,8802,496,9491,085,9931,36232,995164,874812,114817,98725.........21
OTAGO14,4583,6824181,98226,0622,438,260949,9521,52112,543118,042616,47360,3014411......1...
SOUTHLAND3,5551,121320,4867,460551,512235,313...3,64428,518100,02619,285543643827
CHATHAM ISLANDS...36.........8,6604,585.........4,516.....................
          TOTALS65,71514,344...312,83599,0108,418,5793,384,50911,964115,104676,0653,834,2521,300,0829217......1228
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS,No. 25.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF LIVE STOCK (EXCLUSIVE OF STOCK BELONGING TO ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN THE SEVERAL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.HORSES.BROOD MARES (included in the foregoing).MULES AND ASSES.CATTLE (including CALVES).BREEDING Cows (included in the foregoing).SHEEP (including LAMBS).BREEDING EWES (included in the foregoing).GOATS.PIGS.POULTRY.
The addition of the figures shown in No. 24 for the Chatham Islands will make these Totals agree with the Totals given in that Table for the Colony.
MONGONUI...72...1,674...7,5893,17128...2,406
BAY OF ISLANDS.........4,7411,31119,3778,548...1,6627,019
MARSDEN......111,0674,1009,7114,793...3,81717,490
NORTHERN DIVISION...96386,3782,05411,3635,474...2,84422,419
CITY OF AUCKLAND EAST48117171281...58552,967
CITY OF AUCKLAND WEST...1928932......82...5,798
PARNELL...165...91......73...4,989
NEWTON...62...97............5,803
PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS...5511,216...3,3001,30969...5,951
TOWN OF ONEHUNGA...326............93...4,901
FRANKLIN2,882...612,0273,46388,29629,9931,3086,87833,776
RAGLAN2,827...2814,6774,08830,38213,328...8,56231,703
GREY AND BELL.........2,225...9,2963,92891,1766,892
TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH...804......2,8021,12044...4,297
OMATA...76.........7,6743,6599...2,618
WANGANUI2,905...1012,4964,126137,79156,151828,05914,726
RANGITIKI2,539...217,4805,390158,49167,772633,8118,472
PORIRUA1,129...25,3202,19967,82331,294...3,09116,832
CITY OF WELLINGTON...375......4,8861,35771...15,291
HUTT......14,4771,57019,6497,713931,5748,633
WAIRARAPA2,767...2916,1703,857366,386124,992...3,36023,689
NAPIER2,052...15,1621,640201,99179,472...1,52911,744
CLIVE2,026...136,6212,369639,823207,306...1,79610,170
COLLINGWOOD...6212,261...6,2573,435......2,991
MOTUEKA.........3,6561,20413,7984,95642,48615,760
CITY OF NELSON...292......1,185...81...9,091
SUBURBS OF NELSON......51,800...16,2236,628...1,0234,016
WAIMEA1,177...13,8561,24435,27216,600...2,05613,335
WESTLAND NORTH...175...782,091...55...2,639
PICTON...7142,2471,76648,58726,821...2,8177,838
WAIRAU1,847...195,6471,223486,020185,9181,4921,5966,743
CHEVIOT1,581...133,957...815,542363,971...2,1823,952
ASHLEY1,519...64,1831,374208,46793,922584,41714,212
KAIAPOI1,423...27,1251,99619,2306,260...4,58021,950
AVON1,620......5,0881,51925,0037,217...3,76521,122
HEATHCOTE1,906...128,5832,79440,77319,036...5,61329,349
CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH...684......4,777...80...9,979
TOWN OF LYTTELTON8910.........261189...4,502
MOUNT HERBERT...5233,2551,05124,3408,279181,3433,876
AKAROA...9626,3062,15434,61716,678...1,7407,264
SELWYN1,333...14,2981,35683,02429,563164,00013,259
COLERIDGE1,807...1110,0882,731761,890320,925621,7217,485
TIMARU1,230...13,2541,004205,57486,310872,17212,460
GLADSTONE1,829...56,8032,216798,957344,282501,1658,618
WESTLAND SOUTH...87.........10......4,206
WESTLAND BOROUGHS...621,58182......66...5,430
CITY OF DUNEDIN...36......80............14,251
ROSLYN...6252,097...............11,739
CAVERSHAM...99163,7121,4963,4181,44581...12,647
PORT CHALMERS...3311,680......4299...6,631
TAIERI1,888...59,6133,2S0105,14643,164341,74218,127
BRUCE2,080...219,6044,261142,12457,324...2,41619,635
CLUTHA1,658......10,7743,954126,99449,548441,19713,516
OAMARU1,872......7,8002,690303,701113,704261,80014,737
WAIKOUAITI1,578......4,5841,543374,862144,63289...13,832
MANUHERIKIA1,098...74,2431,602482,943202,850......9,373
HAMPDEN......The addition of the figures shown in No. 24 for the The addition of the figures shown in No. 24 for the 35,5082,602442,340172,157......5,767
GOLD FIELD TOWNS......11,460...26,0647,276......4,733
INVERCARGILL...6......22............3,162
MATAURA1,866......10,7573,79694,96941,740...2,16316,740
RIVERTON......14,1491,39020,7399,93174...6,459
WALLACE1,874...316,0444,874865,276341,168......5,211
          TOTALS65,57014,308...312,33798,8628,409,9193,379,92411,662114,781675,223

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS.‐‐No. 26.

COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF LIVE STOCK (EXCLUSIVE OF STOCK BELONGING TO ABORIGINAL NATIVES) IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND, IN THE YEARS 1858, 1861, 1864, AND 1867, RESPECTIVELY.
PROVINCES.HORSES.MULES AND ASSES.CATTLE.SHEEP.GOATS.PIGS.POULTRY.

* Poultry not enumerated in 1858.

AUCKLAND 18583,839731,70058,7923,07911,461*
18615,6212036,48267,8035,99912,61282,861
18647,482...42,29473,1513,26413,072105,404
18679,436...53,066172,0303,38225,814145,222
TARANAKI 1858...24,05216,000551,931*
1861......2,17110,56633...2,283
1864......4,22912,35027...4,570
18671,44143,40619,772622,11213,807
WELLINGTON 18583,1994335,799155,9942,89611,994*
18615,1174249,323247,9402,85611,67038,635
18647,3569049,200411,5021,01613,07342,064
186710,5974956,211754,0261,26320,28387,643
HAWKE'S BAY 1858...84,492180,320...1,555*
18611,78298,320312,459...1,6939,823
18642,780914,552537,0941,5012,17611,682
18674,0781411,783841,814...3,32521,914
NELSON (including Marlborough in 1858) 18582,2661119,435393,0413,8205,628*
18612,3601711,100181,367...2,98523,293
18643,5971615,825341,281...4,03325,579
18674,2772415,894523,799...8,82249,030
MARLBOROUGH 18611,519178,474368,8361,0991,4526,333
18642,735167,483456,3743,9302,7089,516
18672,608247,913611,7572,3175,24316,173
CANTERBURY 18582,7494620,739495,580...6,680*
18616,0492933,576877,369...9,58641,729
186410,8686245,0501,567,733...18,02873,745
186715,1205861,5962,496,9491,36232,995164,874
OTAGO (including Southland and Stewart's Island in 1858) 18581,680520,987223,597...1,485*
18614,7901534,544619,853...2,21826,412
186411,2253057,5941,300,413...6,45586,403
186714,4584181,9822,438,2601,52112,543148,042
SOUTHLAND (including Stewart's Island) 1861...49,16073,9909...4,293
18642,579313,230235,056...1,07218,649
18673,555320,486551,512...3,64428,518
CHATHAM ISLANDS 18615......1,40021......
186450......2,319.........
1867.........8,660.........
          TOTALS FOR THE COLONY 185814, 912...137,2041,523,32411,79740,734*
186128,275...193,2852,761,38312,19143,270236,098
186449,409...249,7604,937,27312,00561,276378,414
186765,715...312,8358,418,57911,964115,104676,065
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 27.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF MILLS FOR GRINDING AND DRESSING GRAIN IN OPERATION IN NEW ZEALAND DURING THE YEAR ENDING IN DECEMBER, 1867; WITH THE NATURE AND AMOUNT OF THE POWER EMPLOYED, THE NUMBER OF PAIRS OF STONES IN OPERATION, THE NUMBER OF HANDS EMPLOYED, THE (APPROXIMATE) QUANTITIES OF GRAIN OPERATED UPON AND OF FLOUR AND MEAL PRODUCED, AND THE (APPROXIMATE) VALUE OF MACHINERY AND PLANT, AND OF LANDS AND BUILDINGS.*

PROVINCES.NO. OF MILLS.POWER EMPLOYED.AMOUNT OF HORSE POWER.NUMBER OF PAIRS OF STONES.NUMBER OF HANDS EMPLOYED.QUANTITY OF GRAIN OPERATED UPON DURING THE YEAR.*FLOUR MADE DURING THE YEAR.*MEAL MADE DURING THE YEAR.*APPROXIMATE TOTAL VALUE OF
Steam.Water.Wind.Steam and Water.Wheat.Other.Machinery and Plant.*Lands and Buildings.*

* This Table must be regarded as imperfect, the particulars not having been furnished fully in several instances by the Proprietors, ‐‐especially with regard to the Grain operated upon, the Flour and Meal produced, and the Value of Machinery and Plant, and of Lands and Buildings.

The figures may therefore be looked on as understating the truth.

AUCKLAND112612...2851Bushels. 253,481Bushels. 2,020Tons. 5,700Tons. 59 ½£ 22,500£7,450
TARANAKI211......304519,500.........5,5001,400
WELLINGTON927.........1723127,668...2,716 ¾...22,7008,000
HAWKE'S BAY2...2......104418,0001,800...401,500...
NELSON6...6......641314135,4963,1802,80593 ½5,0706,680
MARLBOROUGH1.........18227,000.........5,0002,000
CANTERBURY927.........2728277,27615,6465,702...20,00020,167
OTAGO1511112...3839234,205 ½22,6295,026 ½196 ½28,22019,910
SOUTHLAND311...1706716,4954,243...842,5501,800
          TOTALS5894126.........1,089,121 ½50,16823,185 ¼1,474 ½113,04067,762
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 28.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF BREWERIES IN OPERATION IN NEW ZEALAND DURING THE YEAR ENDING IN DECEMBER, 1867; ALSO THE NUMBER OF HANDS, HORSES, AND DRAYS EMPLOYED; THE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL USED; THE QUANTITY OF BEER PRODUCED; AND THE APPROXIMATE VALUE OF BREWING PLANT AND CASKS, AND OF LANDS AND BUILDINGS.*

PROVINCES.NUMBER OF BREWERIES.NUMBER OF HANDS EMPLOYED.NUMBER OF HORSES EMPLOYED.NUMBER OF DRAYS AND WAGONS EMPLOYED.MATERIAL USED DURING THE YEAR.*BEER MADE DURING THE YEAR.*APPROXIMATE TOTAL VALUE OF
Sugar.Malt.Hops.Brewing Plant and Casks.*Lands and Buildings.*

* This Table, like the preceding (No. 27), must be regarded as imperfect, the particulars not having been fully furnished by the Proprietors in several instances,‐‐especially with regard Jo the Quantity of Material used, the Quantity of Beer produced, and the Value of Plant and of Lands and Buildings.

The figures may therefore be looked on as understating the truth.

     lbs.bushels.lbs.gallons.££
AUCKLAND740181230,93232,56449,801436,5875,6509,400
TARANAKI23114,3001,2002,15019,980...1,150
WELLINGTON62612921,00017,67822,882193,5744,74110,656
HAWKE'S BAY26292,3504,8804,5102,600......
NELSON7502018131,92028,26735,424414,1364,6559,650
MARLBOROUGH13234,0002,7643,20036,720...2,500
CANTERBURY15702819394,03262,00080,332848,2088,47014,430
OTAGO9731914266,09753,58681,035749,18817,22521,600
SOUTHLAND285230,2402,0922,60448,3121,1501,100
          TOTALS51......87884,871205,031281,9382,749,30543,71171,021
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 29.
GENERAL SUMMARY OF CERTAIN MANUFACTORIES, WORKS, ©. (SPECIFIED IN THE SUCCEEDING TABLE, NO. 30), IN OPERATION IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND IN THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1867; ALSO, THE NATURE AND AMOUNT OF POWER AND THE NUMBER OF HANDS EMPLOYED, AND THE APPROXIMATE VALUE OF MACHINERY AND PLANT, AND OF LANDS AND BUILDINGS.
PROVINCES.NUMBER OF MANUFACTORIES, WORKS, ©.POWER EMPLOYED.AMOUNT OF HORSE‐POWER EMPLOYED.NUMBER OF HANDS EMPLOYED.APPROXIMATES TOTAL VALUE OF
Steam.Water.Steam and Water.Wind.Horse.Manual Labour.Males.Females.Machinery and Plant.*Lands and Buildings.*

* The Notes appended to the preceding Tables (relating to Mills for Grinding Corn, No. 27, and to Breweries, No. 28, which are not included above) may be deemed to apply to this Table also.

AUCKLAND8440102...626......35£ 139,393£ 62,010
TARANAKI94.........234535...6,4843,383
WELLINGTON2010...1...54......117,00021,570
HAWKE'S BAY71.........331946...1,535...
NELSON501641...425......720,74318,020
MARLBOROUGH88........................16,1502,574
CANTERBURY631512...441.........54,25653,860
OTAGO39145...1613......252,13026,585
SOUTHLAND1751...218...8116,6253,650
          TOTALS......216331...2,0492,54046314,316192,397

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 30.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF MANUFACTORIES, WORKS, ETC., OF THE UNDER‐MENTIONED DESCRIPTIONS, WHICH WERE IN OPERATION IN THE SEVERAL PROVINCES OF NEW ZEALAND IN THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1867. (SE PRECEDING TABLE, NO. 29.)
MANUFACTORIES, WORKS, ETC.PROVINCES.TOTAL.
AUCKLAND.TARANAKI.WELLINGTON.HAWKE'S BAY.NELSON.MARLBOROUGH.CANTERBURY.OTAGO.SOUTHLAND.
The above Numbers are as shown by the Returns ; but there is little doubt that in some cases they are under the actual Numbers existing.
BISCUIT MANUFACTORIES3.........1...1......5
BONE‐MANURE MANUFACTORIES1........................1
BRICK AND TILE YARDS AND POTTERIES71438...58137
CANDLE AND SOAP WORKS1...1.........2116
COACH‐BUILDING............1...5......6
COLLIERIES2.........1...14...8
FELLMONGERIES, TANNERIES, AND WOOLSCOURING ESTABLISHMENTS41325...67230
GAS WORKS1...............11...3
GINGER BEER, AERATED WATERS, LIQUEUR, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTORIES222...5...10...223
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRIES312...1...51316
LIME KILNS............1...11...3
MALT KILNS............4...5...110
MECHANISTS', ENGINEERS', ETC.2.........2............4
PATENT SLIPS1........................1
PETROLEUM WORKS...1.....................1
ROPE AND CORDAGE MANUFACTORIES3...2............117
SAW MILLS, AND SASH AND DOOR MANUFACTORIES303611781411393
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING14......12...31122
STONE QUARRIES FOR BUILDING............1...4......5
WOOLLEN CLOTH MANUFACTORIES............1............1
          TOTALS849207508633917...
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 31.
TABLE OF SOCIETIES FORMED UNDER BUILDING AND LAND SOCIETIES' ACTS IN NEW ZEALAND, AS ASCERTAINED IN CONNECTION WITH THE CENSUS OF THE COLONY TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.
PROVINCES.NUMBER OF SOCIETIES IN EACH PROVINCE.AGGREGATE NUMBER OF SHAREHOLDERS.AGGREGATE NUMBER OF SHARES.AVERAGE AMOUNTS OF MONTHLY CONTRIBUTIONS FOR PRECEDING SIX MONTHS.
Realized.Unrealized.
AUCKLAND4...2,951...£ 1,549 s. 11 d. 5
TARANAKI1......2,542640 0 0
WELLINGTON3...2,379 ½3,9252,370 13 6
HAWKE'S BAY13657...80 13 3
NELSON3...2,2732,6791,187 0 3
MARLBOROUGH148......70 0 0
CANTERBURY74,3472,3202,89111,384 16 1
OTAGO7...916 ½3,8871,404 6 9
SOUTHLAND...............
          TOTALS277,45411,86917,10118,687 1 3
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I., CENSUS, No. 32.
TABLE SHOWING THE ACCOMMODATION AND THE AMOUNT OF RELIEF AFFORDED IN THE TEAR 1867, IN THE UNDER‐MENTIONED HOSPITALS IN NEW ZEALAND.
WHERE SITUATED.AMOUNT OF ACCOMMODATION.PATIENTS (IN‐DOOR) IN 1867.NUMBER OF OUT‐DOOR PATIENTS TREATED IN 1867.
NUMBER OF WARDS.AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CUBIC FEET IN WARDS.NUMBER OF BEDS.REMAINING IN HOSPITAL ON JANUARY 1ST, 1867.ADMITTED DURING YEAR.DISCHARGED DURING YEAR.DIED DURING YEAR.REMAINING ON 31ST DECEMBER, 1867.
For Males.For Females.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.

* This Hospital was closed in August, 1867.

† Information not supplied, or defective.

‡ About 200, Sexes not distinguished.

AUCKLAND758,433 ½59147918...93...834213...154035
HENUI*37,000106......3...2...1.........186
NEW PLYMOUTH26,00062......141712...5...149
WELLINGTON526,7003310275...32...23264285......
WANGANUI35,845102616775566...61
NAPIER49,84014313...43124011818.........
NELSON716,2001841548715881373916335
WESTPORT28.........94...82...6...6...535
CHARLESTON18...8...39...30...1...8.........
BRIGHTON112.........19...15...2...2.........
PICTON419,0351043...2722125...4...106
CHRISTCHURCH938,8012827176.........93238208......
LYTTELTON420,2602110825510461131131......
TIMARU38,21673314574072171......
HOKITIKA351,000467352...39...293444566817
GREYMOUTH211,55024...25...............18...23......21
DUNEDIN10199,478...39...16............30169823......
LAWRENCE324,3592481718212769621725735
CLYDE3135,905301020...7047337110...7030
QUEENSTOWN323,400156828748531192304
INVERCARGILL416,00019108...50124811614...7581
          TOTALS83............582,751...2,402......56...65......

APPENDIX A.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND.

The “Electoral Districts“ in the preceding Census Tables are those returning Members to the General Assembly. Subjoined are descriptions of the territory‐ comprised in these Districts respectively, as enacted by “The Representation Act, 1860,“‐‐“The Representation Act, 1865,“‐‐“The Representation Act Amendment Act, 1866,“‐‐and “The Westland Representation Act, 1867.“

MONGONUI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises so much of the North Island as lies to the north of a line from the head of False Hokianga Harbour to the summit of Maungataniwha Mountain, and thence to the mouth of the Pupuke River, at the head of Wangaroa Harbour; including the adjacent islands.

BAY OF ISLANDS:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Mongonui District, hereinbefore defined; on the South by the Marsden District, hereinafter defined; and on the East and West by the sea; including the adjacent islands.

MARSDEN:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by a line commencing at Mongonui Bluff on the West Coast, and running thence along the summit of the Mangakahia Range to Tutamoi Mountain, thence by a right line to the north head of Tutukaka Harbour; on the East by the coast line to the southern point of Hawere Island ; on the South by a right line to the summit of the Dome, thence by a right line to the confluence of the Hotea and Kaitoto Rivers, thence by the Hotea River to high water mark in Kaipara Harbour, thence by high water mark to the Tapora Flats, thence by a right line to the north head of Kaipara Harbour; and on the West by the sea to Mongonui Bluff.

NORTHERN DIVISION :‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District is bounded oil the North by the Marsden District, last defined, and by Kaipara Harbour; on the West by the Sea; on the South by the Manukau Harbour ; on the East by the western boundary of the Whau Township to the Whau Creek, thence by the Whau Creek to Waitemata Harbour, and thence by the coast line to Cape Rodney : including the Islands of Rangitoto, Motutapu, Great and Little Barrier, Tiri Tiri Matangi, Kauau, and adjacent isles.

CITY OF AUCKLAND, EAST:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Auckland Harbour; on the West by the centre of Queen Street; on the South by the centre of Karangahape Road; and on the South‐east by the centre of Symonds Street to the southern boundary of City Section 34, thence along that boundary to Stanley Street, thence by the centre of Stanley Street to the southern boundary of City Section 11, thence by the southern and eastern boundaries of Section 11 to the Mill Stream in Mechanics Bay, and by that stream to the sea.

CITY OF AUCKLAND, WEST:‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Auckland Harbour; on the North‐west by the centre of Franklin Road; on the South‐west by the centre of Ponsonby Road; on the South by the centre of Karangahape Road; and on the East by the centre of Queen Street.

PARNELL:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Auckland Harbour; on the West and Northwest by the City of Auckland East District, hereinbefore defined, from the Mill Stream to Cemetery Road, and thence by the centre of Cemetery Road to Scoria Quarry Road; on the South by Scoria Quarry Road, Kyber Pass Road, and Tamaki Road; and on the East by the eastern boundary of Suburban Section 14 from Tamaki Road to Remuera Creek, and thence by that creek to the sea.

NEWTON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Auckland Harbour, and the City of Auckland East and West Districts hereinbefore defined; on the East by the Parnell District hereinbefore defined; on the South by the centre of Cabbage Tree Road and Karangahape Road; and on the West by Meola Creek and Scoria Creek to Auckland Harbour.

PENSIONER SETTLEMENTS:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises the following Pensioner Villages :‐‐I. Otahuhu, bounded on the North by the Portage Road and Tamaki River, on the West by the Great South Road, on the South by Fairburn's Road, and on the East by Tamaki River. II. Panmure, comprising all the Village Lots, and Sections 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the Suburban Lots adjacent. III. Howick, comprising all the Village Lots, and Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of Suburban Lots adjacent.

TOWN OF ONEHUNGA :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Mount Smart Road ; on the East by Section 17 of the Suburbs of Auckland; on the South by Manukau Harbour; and on the West by Section 13 of the Suburbs of Auckland.

FRANKLIN:‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Parnell District, hereinbefore defined, and by the sea, including the Islands of Waiheke, Pounui, and other isles in the Firth of the Thames ; on the East by the sea from Cape Colville to the 39th parallel of South Latitude; on the West by the Great South Road from the junction of Kyber Pass Road to Maungatawhiri on the Waikato River, thence by the Waikato River to Lake Taupo, and thence by a line due south to the 39th parallel; and on the South by the 39th parallel of South Latitude ; excepting the Pensioner Settlements District, hereinbefore defined.

RAGLAN:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Newton District, hereinbefore defined, and by Waitemata Harbour to Whau Creek; on the West by the Northern Division District, hereinbefore defined, and the coast line to Mokau River; on the South by the Grey and Bell District, hereinafter defined; and on the East by the Great South Road and Franklin District, hereinbefore defined; excepting the Town of Onehunga District, hereinbefore defined.

GREY AND BELL:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the River Mokau to its source, thence by a right line to the centre of Lake Taupo ; on the South‐east by a line from the centre of Lake Taupo to the confluence of the Tuhua and Wanganui Rivers, thence by the Wanganui River to the point where it is met by the Taumatamahoe Path, thence by a right line to the nearest point of the Patea River, and by the Patea River to the sea; on the South‐west by the sea coast from Patea to Manawapou; and on the West and North‐west by a line from Manawapou to the Paritutu line, by the Paritutu line to the sea, and by the sea to Mokau River; excepting the Town of New Plymouth District hereinafter defined.

TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises the Town of New Plymouth, as laid out by the New Zealand Company.

OMATA :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by the Grey and Bell District, hereinbefore defined; and on other sides by the sea from the Paritutu line to the Manawapou River.

WANGANUI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North‐west by the Grey and Bell District hereinbefore defined; on the South‐west by the sea between the Patea and Wangaehu Rivers; and on the South‐east and East by the Wangaehu River to Ruapahu Mountain, and thence by a line north to the centre of Lake Taupo.

RANGITIKI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North‐east and East by a line from the centre of Lake Taupo to the 39th parallel of South Latitude, thence by the Napier and Clive Districts, hereinafter defined; on the South by the Manawatu River from its gorge in the Ruahine Range to its mouth; on the West by the coast line between the Manawatu River and the Wangaehu River; and on the North‐west by the Wanganui District, hereinbefore defined.

PORIRUA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Manawatu River from its mouth to the gorge in the Ruahine Range; on the East and South‐east by the Wairarapa and Hutt Districts, hereinafter defined, to the mouth of the Korokoro Stream in Port Nicholson; and on the South and West by the coast line from the Korokoro to the Manawatu, including the adjacent islands; except the City of Wellington District hereinafter defined.

CITY OF WELLINGTON:‐‐3 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District comprises the boundaries of the Town of Wellington, including the Town Belt, as originally laid out by the New Zealand Company.

HUTT:‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North‐west by the Korokoro Stream in Port Nicholson to its source, thence along the hills forming the watershed between Port Nicholson and Porirua to the Tararua Range; on the East by the Tararua and Rimutaka Ranges to Cape Turakirae; and on the South by the sea, including Somes and Ward Islands.

WAIRARAPA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by a line from the Manawatu Gorge to the mouth of the Waimata Stream; on the East and South by the coast line from the mouth of the Waimata Stream to Cape Turakirae; and on the West by the Hutt and Porirua Districts, hereinbefore defined.

NAPIER:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the 39th parallel of South Latitude; on the East by the coast line to the mouth of the Ngaruroro River; on the South by the Ngaruroro River to its source in the Ruahine Range; and on the West by the Rangitiki District, hereinbefore defined.

CLIVE:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Napier District; on the West by the Rangitiki District; and on the South by the Wairarapa District, as respectively hereinbefore defined; and on the East by the sea.

COLLINGWOOD:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by a line following the main ridges from Separation Point to Mount Arthur; on the South by a line from Mount Arthur to the mouth of the River Mackay, and on other sides by the sea; including the adjacent islands.

MOTUEKA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by the sea from Separation Point to the mouth of the Waimea River (including Rabbit Island and other adjacent isles); thence by the Waimea and Waiiti Rivers to Pigeon Valley Stream, thence on the South by Pigeon Valley Stream to its source, thence by a line across the Moutere Range to the junction of the Wangapeka and Motueka Rivers, and thence by a line to Mount Arthur; and on the West by the Collingwood District hereinbefore defined.

CITY OF NELSON:‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District comprises the Town of Nelson, including the Town Belt, as originally laid out by the New Zealand Company.

SUBURBS OF NELSON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the South by the road from the sea to the hills separating Sections Nos. 79, 69, 70 and 93, from Sections Nos. 78, 71, 72, and 94, and a straight line continued in the same direction to the boundary line of the Picton District; on the East by the Picton District, hereinafter defined; and on other sides by the sea, including D'Urville's Island and other adjacent isles; excepting the City of Nelson District, as hereinbefore defined.

WAIMEA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area which is bounded by the southern boundary of the Motueka Electoral District as defined in the Schedule to “ The Representation Act 1860“ from the summit of Mount Arthur to the sea thence by the sea and south‐western boundary of the Suburbs of Nelson Electoral District the western boundaries of the Picton Electoral District and the Wairau Electoral District as the said districts are defined in the Schedule to “The Representation Act 1860“ to the summit of Mount Princess thence by a straight line to the junction of the River Gowan (otherwise called Rotoroa) with the River Buller and thence by a straight line to the commencing point on the summit of Mount Arthur.

WESTLAND NORTH:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area which is bounded by the southern boundary of the Collingwood Electoral District as defined in the Schedule to “ The Representation Act 1860“ and the western boundary of the Waimea Electoral District hereinbefore defined from the mouth of the River Mackay to the summit of Mount Princess thence by a straight line to the Saddle between the Hurunui and the Teremakau Rivers thence by the southern boundary of the Province of Nelson to the mouth of the River Grey and thence on the West by the sea (including the adjacent islands) to the commencing point at the mouth of the River Mackay‐‐Excepting such towns or cities as may at any time under the powers in this Act contained be declared to be included within and to form part of the Electoral District of the Westland Gold Fields Boroughs.

PICTON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by a line from the head of Elaine Bay, in Tennyson Inlet, to Mount Duppa, thence by a line to Saddle Hill, thence by a line to Dun Mountain, thence by a line to Mount Rintoul, thence by a line to Ben Nevis Mountain, thence by a line to the point where the road from Nelson crosses the Top House Creek, and thence by the Top House Creek to the Wairau River; on the South by the Wairau River to its mouth; and on other sides by the sea, including Arapaoa and other adjacent islands.

WAIRAU:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Wairau River to its mouth; on the West by a line from the point where the Top House Creek falls into the Wairau River to the summit of the nearest ridge of bills, thence along the ridges forming the eastern watershed of the Upper Wairau River to the Wairau Gorge, thence by a line to Princess Mountain, and thence to Lake Tennyson; on the South by the Clarence River from Lake Tennyson to the sea; and on other sides by the sea.

CHEVIOT:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Wairau Electoral District On the West by a right line from Princess Mountain to the top of the saddle dividing the Hurunui from the Teremakau River thence by a right line to the source of the River Poulter following the western bank of that river to its confluence with the Waimakariri On the South by the River Waipara from, the sea to the source of its southern branch thence by a right line to the source of the River Ashley thence along that river to the south‐east boundary of Pasturage Run 235 thence by a straight line passing over the summit of Oxford Hill to the River Waimakariri and by the south bank of the Waimakariri River On the East by the sea from the mouth of the River Waipara to the mouth of the River Clarence.

ASHLEY:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Cheviot District hereinbefore defined On the West and South by the south bank of the River Waimakariri from the boundary of the Cheviot District to the boundary of the Kaiapoi District hereinafter defined and by the said Kaiapoi District On the East by a line drawn due north and south through Trig. Pole c. 29 on the south bank of the Waimakariri from the Waimakariri to the River Ashley and by the sea.

KAIAPOI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the River Ashley On the West by the Ashley District hereinbefore defined On the South by the south bank of the River Waimakariri and a line drawn from Trig. Pole c. 19 on the south bank of that river to Trig. Pole c. 27 on the sea coast and on the East by the sea.

AVON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Kaiapoi District hereinbefore defined On the West by the Waimakariri and Ross road and the Weedon and Ross Road On the South by the north bank of the River Avon from its mouth to the point where it meets the boundary of the City of Christchurch Electoral District thence by the boundary of that district to the south‐east corner of Rural Section No. 10 thence by the south boundary of that section and the south‐east boundary of Section No. 145 till it is crossed by a creek running easterly into the River Heathcote the middle of that creek till it meets a line in continuation of the south‐east boundary of Section No. 180 the line so continued to the south‐east boundary of Section No. 180 the middle of the road lying on the northwest boundary of Section No. 156 as far as a point where that road first meets a branch of the River Heathcote a line drawn thence due west to a point where it crosses the Great South Road and by the Great South Road and on the East by the sea.

HEATHCOTE :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the Avon District hereinbefore defined and by the City of Christchurch District On the West by the Weeden and Springs Road the Waterholes Road by Tancreds the Ellesmere and Lincoln Road and the Drain Road to the River Selwyn On the South by the north bank of the River Selwyn to Lake Ellesmere and by Lake Ellesmere to the mouth of the Halswell On the East by the western bank of the River Halswell to the western boundary of Section 1879 thence by that boundary and the Ahuriri Bush Road to the southern boundary of Section No. 1901 by that boundary and the ridge of the hills by Cooper's Knob and Cass' Peak to the north‐west corner of the Town of Lyttelton District by that district the sea and the shore of the Heathcote estuary.

CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises the Town of Christchurch, including the Town Reserve, as originally laid out by the Canterbury Association.

TOWN OF LYTTELTON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the summit of the range of hills on the north side of Lyttelton Harbour; on the East and West by lines drawn due north and south through the easternmost and westernmost points of the boundary of the Town of Lyttelton, as originally laid out by the Canterbury Association, including the Town Reserve; and on the South by the sea.

MOUNT HERBERT:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the southern shore of Lake Ellesmere the Heathcote District and the Town of Lyttelton District On the West by the Heathcote District hereinbefore defined by Lake Ellesmere and the outlet therefrom to the sea On the South by the sea coast and the northern shore of Lake Forsyth On the East by the River Okute to the eastern boundary of the Town of Wairewa thence by a right line to the summit of Barry's Pass thence by a right line to the Trig. Station on Mount Sinclair and thence by a right line to a point on the sea coast being midway between Port Levey and Pigeon Bay including the Islands in Port Lyttelton but excepting the Town of Lyttelton District.

AKAROA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North East and South by the sea and on the West by the Mount Herbert District hereinbefore defined.

SELWYN:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by the Avon and Heathcote Districts hereinbefore described and by the western shore of Lake Ellesmere and the outlet therefrom On the South by the sea and by the south bank of the Rakaia River from the sea to the Great South Road On the West by the Great South Road from the Rakaia River to the Selwyn River thence by the Selwyn and Waimakariri Road along the western boundary of Run No. 39 to the south bank of the Waimakariri River and on the North by the Ashley District hereinbefore defined.

COLERIDGE:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by the Selwyn District hereinbefore defined and by the sea On the South by the north bank of the Rangitata River from the sea to the source of the main branch of that river On the “West and North by the summit of the main range of the Southern Alps On the North and North‐east by the south bank of the Waimakariri River from the boundary of the Selwyn District to the River Poulter and along the western side of that river to the summit of the main range before mentioned.

TIMARU :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the north bank of the Rangitata River from the sea to the western boundary of Pasturage Run No. 470 On the West by the western boundary of the said run to the point where it meets the Orari River thence by a right line to the western boundary of Pasturage Run No. 529 thence along that boundary to the point at which it strikes the Opihi River thence along that river to its junction with the Tengawai River thence along the west bank of that river to a point opposite the eastern boundary of Section 5209 thence crossing the river and following the said boundary to the saddle thence following down a small stream to the River Pareora On the South by the south bank of the River Pareora On the East by the sea.

GLADSTONE:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North and East by the Timaru District and the Coleridge District hereinbefore defined On the North‐west by the summit of the main range of the Southern Alps On the South by the southern boundary of the Province of Canterbury On the East by the sea and the Timaru District hereinbefore defined.

WESTLAND SOUTH :‐‐l MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area which is bounded by the southern boundary of the Westland North Electoral District hereinbefore defined from the mouth of the River Grey to the Saddle between the Hurunui and Teremakau Rivers thence by the north‐western boundary of the Cheviot Electoral District the Coleridge Electoral District and the Gladstone Electoral District as the said districts are defined in the Schedule to “ The Representation Act 1865“ to the summit of Mount Aspiring thence by the southern boundary of the Province of Canterbury to the mouth of the River Awarua and thence on the North‐west by the sea to the commencing point at the mouth of the River Grey‐‐Excepting the Town of Hokitika and the Town of Greymouth as hereinafter defined and excepting also such towns or cities as may at any time under the powers in this Act contained be declared to be included within and form part of the Electoral District of the Westland Gold Fields Boroughs.

WESTLAND BOROUGHS :‐‐1 MEMBER.

The Electoral District of the Westland Boroughs comprises the Towns of Hokitika and Greymouth and shall also comprise such other towns or cities as shall from time to time be proclaimed by the Governor under the fourth section of this Act as included in and forming part of the Electoral District of the Westland Boroughs and for the purposes of this definition the Town of Hokitika shall comprise all that area containing 640 acres more or less situate on the Hokitika River commencing at a point on the high bank of the old bed of the aforesaid river the said point being 40 chains 40 links west of Trigonometrical Section 31 thence following a line bearing North 20 degrees 14 minutes East (magnetic) a distance of 62 chains 65 links thence westerly at a right angle a distance of 85 chains 40 links to the sea beach following the said beach southerly to the mouth of the Hokitika River and from thence returning along the northern bank thereof and the high bank of the old river‐bed above mentioned to the commencing point And also all that parcel of land containing 640 acres more or less situate on the Hokitika River bounded on the Northward by Reserve 271 in red on the Westward by the sea on the East by Section Number 8238 and a line in continuation of the western boundary thereof and on the Southward by a line at right angles to the last described boundary and about 130 chains distant on the average from the reserve above mentioned and the Town of Greymouth shall comprise all that area of land containing 1000 acres more or less situate at the mouth of the River Grey commencing at the south‐eastern corner of Native Reserve Number 31 thence following a line in a south‐westerly direction at an angle of 74 degrees 13 minutes with the southern boundary of the before‐mentioned reserve a distance of about 122 chains thence north‐westerly at a right angle a distance of about 118 chains to the sea‐beach following the beach to the mouth of the Grey thence following the southern bank of that river to the north‐western corner of the Native Reserve before mentioned and from thence returning along the western and southern boundaries of that reserve to the commencing point and numbered 280 in red on the map of the Chief Surveyor of the Province of Canterbury setting out and describing the said Town of Greymouth save and except the Native Reserve Number 32.

“The Westland Representation Act, 1867.”

See Note.

A few merely verbal alterations in the above description are introduced from “The Westland Representation Amendment Act, 1868.“ The same Act also gives a new definition of the Town of Greymouth, as follows :‐‐

“The Town of Greymouth shall comprise all that area of land in the County of Westland bounded, on the West by a line of 160 chains and 80 links extending from the South Spit at the mouth of the River Grey along the beach thence along the South Town Belt 115 chains and 50 links thence along the East Town Belt 120 chains and 90 links thence along the Native Reserve numbered 31 for a distance of 41 chains 30 links to the River Grey and thence along the River Grey to the point of commencement.“

The 3rd section of the Act of 1868 provides that all portions of the Colony hitherto comprised within the Electoral District of Westland South, and now included in the Electoral District of Westland Boroughs, as defined in the Schedule to this Act, shall cease to form part of the Electoral District of Westland South.

CITY OF DUNEDIN :‐‐2 MEMBERS.

This Electoral District comprises the City of Dunedin as the boundaries thereof are described on the map of the same in the Crown Lands Office at Dunedin.

ROSLYN:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area which is hounded on the North by the boundary of the hundreds and by Port Chalmers Electoral District on the East by Otago Harbour on the South by Caversham Electoral District and on the West by Abbott's Creek and its eastern branch from the Main South Road to the south‐west corner of Waikari Survey District thence by Block VI. and IV. Dunedin and East Taieri Survey District excepting the Dunedin City District as hereinbefore specified.

CAVERSHAM:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area which is bounded on the North by the Main South Road from Abbott's Creek Bridge to Dunedin Town Belt thence by the said Town Belt and Otago Harbour on the East and South by the ocean and on the West by Kaikorai Stream and Abbott's Creek.

PORT CHALMERS :‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North by Waikouaiti Survey District and Blueskin Bay on the East by Blueskin Bay and the ocean on the South by Otago Harbour on the South‐west and West by the north‐east boundary of Block XI. North Harbour and Blueskin Survey District extending to the harbour and the boundary of the hundred thence by the boundary of North Harbour and Blueskin Survey District to Waikouaiti Survey District.

TAIERI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North by Waikouaiti District on the East by the Districts of Port Chalmers Roslyn Caversham and by the ocean on the South and South‐west by the Taieri River Lake Waipori and Meggatburn thence by a line to the boundary of the hundreds thence by the boundary of the hundreds to Maungatua thence by the north watershed of Waipori River to Lammerlaw and on the West and North‐west by the Lammermoor Range.

BRUCE:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North by a line from the source of Spylaw Burn to the Clutha River thence by the watershed of Menzion and Fruid Burns to Lammerlaw on the North‐east by Taieri District on the East and South‐east by the ocean on the South and South‐west by Whakaroa Creek thence by Lovel's Creek to its source thence by a line to the source of Crook Burn thence by Crook Burn the Clutha River and Blackcleugh Creek to the Tapanui Mountains and on the West by the Tapanui Ranges.

CLUTHA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North and North‐east by Bruce District on the East and South by the ocean and on the West by the Tautuku River to its source thence by a line to Otaraia Peak thence by a line in a north‐easterly direction to the Waipahi Stream thence by the Waipahi Stream and the Tapanui Ranges.

OAMARU:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises ail that area bounded on the North by Canterbury Province on the East by the ocean on the South and South‐west by the watershed of the Horse ranges and the Kakanui Mountains from Shag Point to Kyeburn Hill and on the West by a line from Kyeburn Hill to the source of the Kohurau Stream thence by the Kohurau Stream to the Waitaki River.

WAIKOUAITI:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North by Oamaru District on the East by the ocean on the South by Port Chalmers District thence by a line to the confluence of Deep Stream with the Taieri River thence by the Taieri River to the confluence of Sutton's Stream thence by Sutton's Stream to the Lammermoor Range and on the West by the Lammermoor Range to Rock and Pillar Mount thence by a line to the confluence of the Kyeburn with the Taieri River thence by the Kyeburn to Kyeburn Hill.

MANUHERIKIA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that area bounded on the North by the Kawarau River to the confluence of the Kirtle Burn thence by the Kirtle Burn to its first feeder thence by a line to the source of Park Burn thence by Park Burn to its confluence with the Clutha thence by a line to Mount St. Bathan's thence by the Hawkdun Mountains to Kyeburn Hill on the East by Waikouaiti District on the South by Taieri and Bruce Districts and by the Spylaw Burn to its confluence with the Pomahaka thence by a line extending through Wart Hill White Umbrella and White Comb to Rocky Mount thence by a line to the source of Allen Creek and on the West by the eastern watershed of Lake Wakatipu and by Ben Nevis.

HAMPDEN:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by Canterbury Province on the East by Canterbury Province and Oamaru District on the South by Manuherikia District Allen's Creek and the Province of Southland thence by the western watershed of Lake Wakatipu to Moffat's Peak thence by a line to the ocean at Caswell's Sound and on the West by the ocean.

GOLD FIELD TOWNS:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises the Townships of Lawrence Queenstown Clyde Alexandra Cromwell Arrowtown Hamilton Dunstan Creek Roxburgh Havelock as the same are delineated on the Record Maps of the Province of Otago which several townships shall be respectively excluded from and not form part of any other of the Electoral Districts notwithstanding that such townships are situate within the boundaries of other Electoral Districts.

INVERCARGILL:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises the City of Invercargill as the boundaries thereof are described on the map of the same in the Crown Lands Office at Invercargill.

MATAURA:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the North by the northern boundary of the block of land known as “The Two Thousand Acre Block“ (produced) to the Mataura River On the West by the New River On the East by the Mataura River and on the South by the sea excepting the City of Invercargill hereinbefore described.

RIVERTON:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District is bounded on the East by the New River On the North by the northern boundary of the block of land known as “The Two Thousand Acre Block“ and the northern boundary of the Aparima Hundred On the West by the western boundary of the Aparima and Jacob's River Hundreds to the sea and on the South by the sea.

WALLACE:‐‐1 MEMBER.

This Electoral District comprises all that portion of the Provinces of Otago and Southland not otherwise included in the Electoral Districts constituted by this Act.

The Electoral Districts in the Census Tables are arranged in the same order as in the above Descriptions. The following are the Districts in the several Provinces of New Zealand :‐‐

PROVINCE OF AUCKLAND :‐‐Mongonui; Bay of Islands; Marsden; Northern Division; City of Auckland East; City of Auckland West; Parnell; Newton Pensioner Settlements; Town of Onehunga; Franklin; Raglan.

PROVINCE OF TARANAKI :‐‐Grey and Bell; Town of New Plymouth; Omata.

PROVINCE OF WELLINGTON :‐‐Wanganui; Rangitiki; Porirua ; City of Wellington; Hutt; Wairarapa.

PROVINCE OF HAWKE'S BAY :‐‐Napier; Clive.

PROVINCE OF NELSON :‐‐Collingwood; Motueka; City of Nelson; Suburbs, of Nelson; Waimea; Westland North; and parts of Cheviot and Wairau.

PROVINCE OF MARLBOROUGH :‐‐Picton; Wairau (except the portion included in Nelson); and part of Cheviot.

PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY :‐‐Cheviot (except the portions included in Nelson and Marlborough); Ashley; Kaiapoi; Avon; Heathcote; City of Christchurch; Town of Lyttelton; Mount Herbert; Akaroa ; Selwyn ; Coleridge; Timaru; Gladstone; Westland South; and Westland Boroughs. (The two last‐named Districts have, since the Census was taken, ceased to be parts of the Province of Canterbury, “The County of Westland Act, 1867,“ having come into force.)

PROVINCE OF OTAGO :‐‐City of Dunedin; Roslyn; Caversham; Port Chalmers; Taieri; Bruce; Clutha; Oamaru; Waikouaiti; Manuherikia; Hampden; Gold Field Towns ; and part of Wallace.

PROVINCE OF SOUTHLAND :‐‐Invercargill; Mataura; Riverton; and Wallace (except the portion included in Otago).

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I.

Appendix B.

TABLE SHOWING AN APPROXIMATE ESTIMATE OF THE NUMBERS OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES IN THE NORTHERN ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND, INCLUDING THOSE RESIDING IN THE PROVINCE OF NELSON.
POPULATION.REMARKS.
TRIBE.MEN.WOMEN.CHILDREN.TOTAL.
RARAWA......1,0562,761 
NGAPUHI2,5422,0861,1765,804 
NGATIWHATUA............ 
NGATIMARU and adjacent Tribes1,4851,295...3,670 
NGAITERANGI.........1,198 
WAIKATO.........2,289This represents the population in the Districts of Waiuku, Waikato, and Raglan, without reference to rebels who have left the Waikato District. These are not included in any part of the Table; their number could not be ascertained.
NGATIMANIAPOTO.........2,000 
NGATIAWA.........1,293 
TARANAKI............ 
NGATIRUANUI............ 
NGARAURU......80... 
WHANGANUI.........1,427 
NGATIAPA......95... 
   RANGITANE...8070...Properly Hapu of the Ngatikahungunu.
   MUAUPOKO504035...
NGATIRAUKAWA.........1,071 
NGATIKAHUHUNU OR NGATIKAHUNGUNU1,300......2,952 
TE ARAWA.........1,951This is a very moderate estimate.
NGATIAWA............ 
NGATITUWHARETOA............Also an under estimate.
TE UREWERA............ 
WHAKATOHEA............ 
NGATIPOROU1,6001,4001,5004,500 
RONGOWHAKAATA.........1,000 Includes Prisoners (then) at Chatham Islands.
          TOTALS14,89712,3539,85737,107 

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART I.

Appendix C.

TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES IN THE PROVINCES OF CANTERBURY, OTAGO, AND SOUTHLAND, ACCORDING TO A CENSUS (TAKEN IN THE BEGINNING OF 1868) BY ALEXANDER MACKAY, ESQ., NATIVE COMMISSIONER.
NAMES OF PLACES.ABOVE 14.UNDER 14TOTAL ADULTS IN EACH PLACE.TOTAL CHILDREN IN EACH PLACE.TOTAL POPULATION IN EACH PLACE.TOTAL POPULATION IN EACH PROVISION.
M.F.M.F.

* Five Children, sex not known.

PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY.        
KAIAPOI78452330...53... 
RAPAKI3823114611576 
KOUKOURABATA (Port Levy)231748401252 
OPUKUTAHI (Akaroa)76...213215 
ONUKU (Akaroa)93...212214 
WAIREWA (Little River)35211516563187 
TE TAUMUTU (Ellesmere)1174318725 
AROWHENUA4126811671986 
WAIMATEMATE2229187512576 
        ...
PROVINCE OF OTAGO.        
MOERAKI39321313712697 
WAIKOUAITI442823117234... 
PURAKAUNUI945113619 
OTAKOU HEADS32322113643498 
TAIARI119137203858 
TAIAR......126......... 
MOLYNEUX (Tokata)107**17*522 
        ...
PROVINCE OF SOUTHLAND.        
TUTURAU44218311 
APARIMA2816137442064 
ORAKA2523119482068 
KAWAKAPUTAPUTA..................... 
...8356111122 
OMANI5675111223 
RUAPUKE243622206042... 
STEWART'S ISLAND24332011573188 
BLUFF8171310252348 
        ...
          TOTALS.................. 1,433

Chapter 3. PART II‐‐GENERAL STATISTICS.

CONTENTS.NUMBER
Summary of Numbers, Domestic Condition, and Dwellings of the Population, in December, 18671
Immigration and Emigration (over Seas)2
Summary of Immigration and Emigration, 1853‐18673
Births and Deaths Registered in 18674
Summary of Births and Deaths for Thirteen Years, 1855‐18675
Marriages, 1855‐18676
Marriages Classified according to Religious Bodies7
Shipping Inwards, at the several Ports8
Shipping Outwards9
Vessels Inwards, showing the Countries whence Arrived10
Vessels Outwards, showing the Countries for which Cleared11
Nationality of Vessels Inwards12
Nationality of Vessels Outwards13
Imports, Total Value of14
Exports, Total Value of15
Summary of Total Value of Imports, 1853‐186716
Summary of Total Value of Exports, 1853‐186717
Imports, in Detail, at the several Ports18
Exports, in Detail, from the several Ports19
Quantity and Value of Gold Exported20
Quantity and Value of Grain, ©., Exported21
Summary of Ditto22
Quantity and Value of Gum (Kauri) Exported23
Quantity and Value of Oil Exported24
Quantity and Value of Potatoes Exported25
Quantity and Value of Timber Exported26
Summary of Ditto27
Quantity and Value of Wool Exported28
Quantity and Value of Hides and Sheep Skins Exported29
Vessels Registered30
Revenue of New Zealand, 1853‐186731
Income and Expenditure of General and Provincial Governments in 186732
Provincial Revenue, in Detail33
Provincial Expenditure, in Detail34
Receipts and Disbursements by Receivers of Land Revenue35
Debt of the General and Provincial Governments, authorized by Acts or Ordinances36
Actual and Prospective Debt, with the Annual Liability thereon36A.
Customs Revenue, in Detail37
Joint Stock Companies38
Waste Lands Sales39
Waste Lands absolutely Disposed of without Sale40
Crown Lands held under Depasturing and other Leases41
Prices of Provisions and Live Stock42
Post Office:‐‐Letters Received43
Post Office:‐Letters Despatched44
Post Office:‐Newspapers Received45
Post Office:‐‐Newspapers Despatched46
Post Office:‐Postal Revenue of the several Provinces, 1858‐186747
Post Office:‐Money Orders (Issued or Paid)48
Post Office:‐Post Office Savings Banks49
Savings Banks (other than the Post Office Banks)50
Supreme Court:‐‐Criminal Cases51
Supreme Court:‐‐Civil Cases52
Supreme Court:‐‐Petitions, ©., under Debtors and Creditors Acts53
District Courts:‐‐Criminal Cases54
District Courts:‐‐Civil Cases55
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Criminal Cases in which Europeans were Defendants56
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Criminal Cases in which Maories were Defendants57
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Summary of Convictions, 1853‐186758
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Civil Cases in which Europeans only were concerned59
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Civil Cases in which Maories were concerned60
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Total Amounts Sued for and for which Judgment was given61
Resident Magistrates' Courts:‐‐Total Numbers of Cases Disposed of62
Prisoners Committed to Gaol63
Public Schools64
APPENDIX.
A.‐‐Comparative Table of Climate, as observed at the Meteorological Stations in New Zealand, during the Tear 1867.
B.‐‐Meteorological Observations in 1867 at Mongonui.
C.‐‐, at Auckland.
D.‐‐, at Taranaki.
E.‐‐, at Wellington.
F.‐‐, at Nelson.
G.‐‐, at Christchurch.
H.‐, at Hokitika.
I.‐‐, at Bealey.
J.‐‐, at Dunedin.
K.‐‐, at Southland.

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 1.

SUMMARY SHOWING THE NUMBERS, DOMESTIC CONDITION, AND DWELLING‐HOUSES OF THE POPULATION OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND (EXCLUSIVE OF ABORIGINAL NATIVES), AS ASCERTAINED BY A CENSUS TAKEN IN DECEMBER, 1867.

(For the detailed Results of the Census, see the preceding Division, Part I. of this Volume.)
PROVINCES.POPULATION.CONDITION.HOUSES AND BUILDINGS (INHABITED).
GENERAL TOTALS OF POPULATION.MALES.FEMALES.MARRIED.UNMARRIED.WIDOWERS.WIDOWS.NOT STATED.OF WHAT MATERIALS.
Under 21 Years.21 Years and upwards.Not stated.TOTAL.Under 21 Years.21 Years and upwards.Not stated.TOTAL.Males.Females.Males.Females.Males.FemalesWood.Stone or Brick.Raupo.Other MaterialsTents.Totals.

The Numbers of the Military and their Families in the Colony in December, 1867 (which are not included in the above Table), were‐‐Officers and Men, 918; Male Children, 175; Total Males, 1,093: Women, 148; Female Children, 214; Total Females, 362; General Total, 1,455.

AUCKLAND48,32112,38514,5839527,06311,7479,4634821,2587,8787,95617,85411,979............8,824............10,509
TARANAKI4,3591,1071,42012,5281,040...11,831......1,622...6458.........34973151,057
WELLINGTON21,9505,5776,8091512,4015,6163,93129,5493,3963,3398,7365,878......17...6,5521337...577,354
HAWKE'S BAY5,2831,1582,039...3,1971,197......2,086......2,2891,20947543023...1843491,075
NELSON23,8144,11812,2812616,4254,0513,328107,3893,2842,74112,6664,386.........463,1254131,7871,696,648
MARLBOROUGH4,3711,0531,671122,736......131,635......1,920...47388659...16...151,134
CANTERBURY53,86611,23121,8252733,08310,9749,800920,7838,5457,98223,99512,204......83649,164...22,4171,05412,857
OTAGO48,57710,47118,595...29,77310,0138,786518,8047,7337,27220,75611,016.........166,769......2,8891,21511,485
SOUTHLAND7,9431,9722,62264,6001,9081,425103,3431,2461,2163,2522,03392861081,647222...451,839
CHATHAM ISLANDS...3687......3229...612722923841......182...37...57
TOTALS ACCORDING TO CENSUS OF 1867218,66849,10881,932...131,92947,53639,1059886,73934,29132,60693,18250,6152,3802,5622,076...38,8441,182...8,5244,59554,015
TOTALS ACCORDING TO CENSUS OF 1864172,15837,91568,008...106,58035,59929,865...65,57827,48225,24875,90538,1811,8061,8091,387...25,4631,082...4,1506,74237,996
NET INCREASE OF THE POPULATION OF THE COLONY IN 1867, AS COMPARED WITH 1864......................46,510 OR 2701 PER CENT.
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 2.
TABLE SHOWING THE IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION TO AND FROM NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867.
IMMIGRATION.EMIGRATION.EXCESS OF IMMIGRATION OVER EMIGRATIONS.EXCESS OF EMIGRATIONS OVER IMMIGRATION.
ADULTS.CHILDREN.TOTALSADULTS.CHILDREN.TOTALS
Male.Female.Male.Female.Male.Female.Male.Female.

THE TOTALS in the column headed “Excess of Immigration“ are not the preceding figures in the several lines added up, but the net excess of immigration after deducting any Excess of Emigration at the Port or Province.

PROVINCE OF AUCKLAND.            
AUCKLAND             
     United Kingdom.........95......653428.........
     Australian Colonies...953730...............1,137......
     Other British Ports542112422...84...
     Foreign States2961137...352220.........
MONGONUI            
     Australian Colonies...............1.........1...1
HOKIANGA             
     United Kingdom...............21...14...4
      Australian Colonies11......2...............2...
          TOTALS............1,323............1,623......
             
PROVINCE OF TARANAKI.            
NEW PLYMOUTH            
     Australian Colonies4241111.........110...
          TOTALS4241111.........110...
             
PROVINCE OF WELLINGTON.            
WELLINGTON             
     United Kingdom......3533...50247687......
     Australian Colonies...732417...46175...68......
     Foreign States...842614......752820......13
WANGANUI            
     Australian Colonies104......1464......104...
          TOTALS......8564.........4026.........
             
PROVINCE OF HAWKE'S BAY.            
NAPIER             
     United Kingdom51743031...921416......
     Australian Colonies2.........22.........2......
          TOTALS53743031...1121418......
             
PROVINCE OF NELSON.            
NELSON            
     United Kingdom60961813...933217......
     Australian Colonies...511514...911254.........
     Other British Ports...............1.........1...1
          TOTALS......3327......1586.........
             
PROVINCE OF MARLBOROUGH.            
PICTON             
     United Kingdom763420...............20...
     Australian Colonies...21......21...............21...
     Foreign States...............8.........8...8
          TOTALS72734418.........833...
             
PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY.            
LYTTELTON             
     United Kingdom......88831,32264311116...1,200...
     Australian Colonies5332132494138...25
     Other British Ports...............3.........3...3
     Foreign States...............2846341...41
TIMARU             
     United Kingdom...............221...5...5
     Australian Colonies258621...222615...
HOKITIKA             
     Australian Colonies2,751.........3,7472,179...32282,4221,325...
GREYMOUTH            
     Australian Colonies...502511......44136.........
          TOTALS3,5761,329......5,5112,786...69563,1862,325...
             
PROVINCE OF OTAGO.            
DUNEDIN             
     United Kingdom............1,501391687701,431...
     Australian Colonies......3919......803331.........
     Foreign States74......117.........74...
          TOTALS1,398.........2,380...964138...1,772...
             
PROVINCE OF SOUTHLAND.            
INVERCARGILL            
     United Kingdom131...5242...8...3
     Australian Colonies41......5...............5...
BLUFF HARBOUR            
     United Kingdom...............1362324...24
     Australian Colonies...24114......2743...35...
          TOTALS...28124......3786...13...
GENERAL TOTALS6,7572,869......11,1264,680.........6,2675,159...
TOTAL NET EXCESS OF IMMIGRATION OVER EMIGRATION IN 1867 ... ... ... ... 4,859

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 3.

COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING (APPROXIMATELY) THE IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION (OVER SEAS) TO AND FROM NEW ZEALAND DURING TOE RESPECTIVE YEARS 1853 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
YEARS.IMMIGRATION.EMIGRATION.EXCESS OF IMMIGRATION OVER EMIGRATION.
UNITED KINGDOM.BRITISH COLONIES.OTHER PLACES.Totals.UNITED KINGDOM.BRITISH COLONIES.OTHER PLACES.Totals.
Males.Females.Sex not stated.Males.Females.Sex not stated.Males.Females.Sex not stated.Males.Females.Sex not stated.Males.Females.Sex not stated.Males.Females.Sex not stated.

[The information in this Table for the earlier years is not as full as that obtained more recently; and, generally, the figures are to be regarded as only the closest approximation to accuracy that can be obtained from the Returns.]

* The Totals for 1857 are not the correct addition of the preceding figures, there having been 889 Immigrants and 220 Emigrants with regard to whom the Countries whence they arrived or to which they departed were not stated.

1853.........1,157......6220862,768301715.........7325251,6771,091
1854.........1,570............984,04115710..................1,9842,057
1855.........2,118......1,156......7,2201882.........1,239......3,2833,937
1856.........1,117...............4,851341321......71.........2,3262,525
18571,287......1,660......896413*5,9274629101,925......56118*2,8853,042
18583,3872,501241,179...52752...7,678...71...1,004...731...1,5486,130
18594,6253,166...1,662......532...10,2037571...1,027......328...1,5668,637
18604,1092,820...1,329......224...8,935.........1,886......7932...2,8716,064
18612,3501,597...17,454......9217...22,339.........5,490......576...6,11716,222
18625,3183,429...21,5983,845...8911...34,290.........12,394......6313...13,29920,991
18638,2476,131...26,1645,069......14...45,730.........9,268......7028...10,61035,120
18646,1874,455...6,5703,574......20...20,931.........10,3631,337...9820...12,4048,527
18655,4734,368...7,6471,315......6...18,916.........4,8611,032......49...6,60712,309
18662,4041,878...8,4642,003......33...14,893.........5,3731,018......97...7,2947,599
18672,3722,088...4,9361,348............11,126.........4,224...............6,2674,859
APPROXIMATE EXCESS OF IMMIGRATION OVER EMIGRATION IN 15 YEARS............139,110
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 4.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTERED IN NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867.
PROVINCES.BIRTHS.DEATHS.EXCESS OF BIRTH OVER DEATHS.EXCESS OF DEATHS OVER BIRTHS.
Males.FemalesTotals.Under 1 Year.1 and under 2.2 and under 5.Totals under 5.5 and under 10.10 and under 20.20 and under 30.30 and under 40.40 and under 50.50 and under 60.60 and under 70.70 and upwards.Unknown.Totals of all Ages.General Totals of both Sexes.
M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.M.F.

The foregoing Numbers, being the Totals of all registered in the several Provinces during the year, include the following Births and Deaths of the Military and their Families :‐BIRTHS, Auckland, M., 12; F., 15; Total, 27. Taranaki, F., 1; Total, 1. Wellington, M., 3; F., 2; Total, 5. Hawke's Bay, M. 1; Total, 1. And DEATHS, Auckland, M., 7; F. 8; Total, 15. Wellington, M., 1; Total, 1. Hawke's Bay, M., 1; Total, 1. Deducting these, the Numbers for those Provinces respectively will stand as follow :‐Auckland: Births, M., 1,041; F., 963; Total, 2,004; and Deaths, M., 359; F., 237; Total, 596. Taranaki: Births, M., 97; F., 86; Total, 183.

Wellington: Births, M., 473; F., 455; Total, 928; and Deaths, M., 177. F., 115; Total, 292.

Hawke's Bay: Births, M., 94; F., 118; Total, 212; and Deaths, M., 38; F., 35; Total, 73.

One Hundred and Twenty‐five of the Deaths included in the Table (viz., 118 Males and 7 Females) were by Drowning; and One Hundred and Fifty‐three (viz., 137 Males and 16 Females) were occasioned by various other external causes; making a Total of Two Hundred and Seventy‐eight (viz., 255 Males and 23 Females) from such causes.

The Numbers of unregistered Births and Deaths cannot be ascertained.

Births and Deaths of the Aboriginal Natives are not included in the above numbers.

AUCKLAND1,053...2,031...9520221514......732115472451254117211625111232............1,420...
TARANAKI9787...41231...27152...1352433121...33.........272855......
WELLINGTON.........4633139411635313410620142411241012877421..................
HAWKE'S BAY95......152144222127...13...63432...111.........1...393574......
NELSON.........312314177952495458172209947384611......84.........
MARLBOROUGH96......1410332319161133446111211.........2...392766......
CANTERBURY1,1301,0832,213......43253019......1210221148247822441513414366141.........1,497...
OTAGO1,1441,0452,189...8422374632......1811610373541212812128117657............1,583...
SOUTHLAND.........81013......913......42141074...3...21......1...342761......
CHATHAM ISLANDS5...51...............1............11......1...1...............1......246...1
GENERAL TOTALS4,5954,3238,918...............92......58347559...............617342693637182911,6211,0812,7026,2171
TOTAL NET EXCESS OF BIRTHS OVER DEATHS IN 1867.................6,216.
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 5.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE TOTAL NUMBERS OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTERED IN NEW ZEALAND, DURING EACH YEAR, FROM 1855 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
PROVINCES.1855.1856.1857.1858.1859.1860.1861.1862.1863.1864.1865.1866.1867.Excess of Births over Deaths in 13 years.
Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Births.Deaths.Totals.

In the District of the Chatham Islands (omitted in the above Table), there were registered in 1859, one Birth; in 1860, one Birth; in 1861, one Death; in 1862, one Birth; in 1863, one Death; in 1865, one Birth; in 1866, five Deaths; and in 1867, five Births and six Deaths; being, within the period included, nine Births and thirteen Deaths.

The Numbers of Unregistered Births and Deaths cannot be ascertained.

Births and Deaths of the Aboriginal Natives are not included in the above numbers.

AUCKLAND................................................1,184...1,3351,1321,799...2,110...2,031...7,612
TARANAKI...21...14...23...15...12...677193...31...58.........97...65...551,030
WELLINGTON (including HAWKE'S BAY until 1859).........97..................................................................6,230
HAWKE'S BAY........................46115527...35...25...15...21...33...36...74
NELSON (including MARLBOROUGH until 1863)...68...60...46...71...71................................................4,433
MARLBOROUGH...................................................19...37...50...40...66
CANTERBURY...46...53...55...83........................1,091...1,468...1,689...2,033...2,213...8,780
OTAGO (including SOUTH LAND and STEWART'S ISLAND until 1863)...13...19...21...58...58..................1,292...1,838...2,006...2,075...2,189...10,196
SOUTHLAND (including STEWART'S ISLAND)...................................................70.........65...65...61
          GENERAL TOTALS1,460...1,722...1,966...2,272...2,646...3,1451,0923,4411,1084,0631,2315,1151,9826,5012,9217,4892,7578,4662,5358,9132,69638,281
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 6.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED IN NEW ZEALAND DURING THE RESPECTIVE YEARS 1855 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
PROVINCES.1855.1856.1857.1858.1859.1860.1861.1862.1863.1864.1865.1866.1867.
AUCKLAND.......................................
TARANAKI32252226241813212446514840
WELLINGTON (including HAWKE'S BAY until 1859)87............75.....................
HAWKE'S BAY............141518302735585660
NELSON (including MARLBOROUGH until 1863)6258787764.........839894......
MARLBOROUGH........................1826283731
CANTERBURY527287..............................
OTAGO (including SOUTHLAND until 1863)3632385081........................
SOUTHLAND (including STEWART'S ISLAND in 1864)..............................625162
DISTRICT OF STEWART'S ISLAND (until 1864)325831411............
DISTRICT OF CHATHAM ISLANDS11.........1.........1135
          TOTALS.....................1,0911,4851,8781,9082,0382,050

STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 7.

SUMMARY SHOWING THE NUMBERS OF MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED IN NEW ZEALAND BY OFFICIATING MINISTERS OF THE SEVERAL RELIGIOUS BODIES, AND BY REGISTRARS, DURING THE RESPECTIVE YEARS 1855 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
RELIGIOUS BODIES.1855.1856.1857.1858.1859.1860.1861.1862.1863.1864.1865.1866.1867.

*“The Marriage Act Amendment Act, 1867,” by which “The Presbyterian Church of Otago and Southland” was distinctively added to Schedule D. f “The Marriage Act, 1854,” having only come into operation in the last Quarter of the year, the Marriages by Ministers of that Church are included (as before) in the numbers given for the “Free Church of Scotland” in 1867.

[In one case in 1855, three cases in 1856, two cases in 1857, one case in 1860, three cases in 1861, four cases in 1862, one case in 1863, five cases in 1864, three cases in 1866, and three cases in 1867, the Marriages were solemnized by both Protestant and Roman Catholic Officiating Ministers.]

UNITED CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND.......................................
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND131589489119820814
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH38506158476984..................
FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND767575...........................*690
PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONS64821543......1324
WESLEYAN METHODIST SOCIETY5648474261787393...............
CONGREGATIONAL INDEPENDENTS9121011212225283265866357
BAPTISTS...25752531292525374352
PRIMITIVE METHODIST SOCIETY12142128241517223452324120
LUTHERAN CHURCH749111085536252
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS1......2...112532...4
UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCHES.................................1510
BY REGISTRARS1514374143667189...............
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 8.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS ENTERED INWARDS AT THE SEVERAL PORTS OF NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867.
PORT OF ARRIVAL.WHENCE.BRITISH.FOREIGN.Totals.
United Kingdom.British Possessions.Foreign Countries & Whale Fishery.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.With Cargoes.In Ballast.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.
Coasting Vessels are not included in the above Table.
AUCKLAND14...88...271...38,6981,6691...7...38,8111,6762...17.........2...17...38,9881,6861...7...39,1011,693
RUSSELL............611...2612232...2951,755............51,755...62,015...122372,037...
MONGONUI.........18............1...131...1383,240............83,240...83,240...1...1393,626...
HOKIANGA......32......3...202...175...37...........................3...202...175...37
KAIPARA1...............1...27.........1...27...........................1...27.........1...27
NEW PLYMOUTH......4.........4...27.........4...27...........................4...27.........4...27
WANGANUI......11.........111,42073.........111,42073...........................111,42073.........111,42073
WELLINGTON15...68...15...9750,3832,944.........9750,3832,9441...19.........1...199851,2672,963.........9851,2672,963
NAPIER2...8.........103,226............103,226..............................103,226............103,226...
WAIRAU...2.....................21,2202921,22029....................................21,2202921,22029
PICTON............1...1...12.........1...12...........................1...12.........1...12
NELSON10...99............39,6132,503............39,6132,5031...19.........1...19...40,2912,522............40,2912,522
WESTPORT......13.........131,726............131,726..............................131,726............131,726...
GREYMOUTH......69.........6913,1251,026.........6913,1251,026...........................6913,1251,026.........6913,1251,026
HOKITIKA.........1.........44,4593,1871...40...44,9563,227..............................44,4593,1871...40...44,9563,227
OKARITA......2.........2829.........2829...........................2829.........2829
LYTTELTON12...32...1...4522,666............4522,666..............................4522,666............4522,666...
TIMARU......4.........4...34.........4...34...........................4...34.........4...34
OAMARU......11.........111,92486.........111,92486...........................111,92486.........111,92486
DUNEDIN29...92...11......49,7731,837............49,7731,837105,204............105,204......54,9771,970............54,9771,970
INVERCARGILL3...13.........162,495............162,495..............................162,495............162,495...
BLUFF HARBOUR......441......4420,9211,5491...404521,4181,589...........................4420,9211,5491...404521,4181,589
CHATHAM ISLANDS............2..............................2...55.........2...552...55.........2...55
          TOTALS862...5712...293,60816,08593,239......296,84716,2342912,721............2912,721......306,32916,74193,239......309,56816,890
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 9.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS AT THE SEVERAL PORTS OF NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867.
PORT OF DEPARTURE.DESTINATION.BRITISH.FOREIGN.Totals.
United Kingdom.British Possessions.Foreign Countries & Whale Fishery.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.With Cargoes.In Ballast.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.
Coasting Vessels are not included in the above Table.
AUCKLAND13...7014425...34,5011,556194,879......39,3801,7444...38.........4...38...35,1791,594194,879......40,0581,782
ONEHUNGA.........1...............17061706....................................17061706
RUSSELL......1...5...1...26.........1...2651,755............51,755...62,015............62,015...
MONGONUI......1...8...1...13.........1...1383,240............83,240...93,626............93,626...
HOKIANGA1...4.........4...28.........4...281...9.........1...95...37.........5...37
KAIPARA...............1.........1...221...22....................................1...221...22
NEW PLYMOUTH......22...22...2341,0504661,63069...........................2...2341,0504661,63069
WANGANUI......76......7...476...36131,56183...........................7...476...36131,56183
WELLINGTON4...174716103729,5362,205418,271...9147,8072,843.........32,7215732,721573729,5362,2045720,992969450,5282,900
NAPIER3......51...41,550505...3592,35285...........................41,550505...3592,35285
WAIRAU2...............21,30942.........21,30942...........................21,30942.........21,30942
PICTON............3...31,23033.........31,23033...........................31,23033.........31,23033
HAVELOCK......1.........1...10.........1...10...........................1...10.........1...10
NELSON......4546...54519,9441,5995014,068...9534,0122,072.........1...161...164519,9441,5995114,746...9634,6902,088
WESTPORT......37...13...248...48111,38572...........................3...248...48111,38572
BRIGHTON.........1...............1...71...7....................................1...71...7
GREYMOUTH......5530125616,6091,323326,959...8823,5681,914...........................5616,6091,323326,959...8823,5681,914
HOKITIKA......97...1129827,1082,019...19,7371,287...46,8453,306...........................9827,1082,019...19,7371,287...46,8453,306
OKARITA......1.........1524.........1524...........................1524.........1524
LYTTELTON8...2020543315,572...2410,619...5726,191..............................3315,572...2410,619...5726,191...
TIMARU3...3......162,958931...973,138..............................62,958931...973,138...
OAMARU3...63......81,882813...33112,351...1...16.........1...1692,356973...23122,825...
DUNEDIN7...1159327218,731...8031,9951,049...40,7261,362.........62,7217362,72173218,731...8634,7161,122...43,4471,435
INVERCARGILL1...59...461,10549131,909...193,014..............................61,10549131,909...193,014...
BLUFF HARBOUR2...1814......2010,159...145,656...3415,8151,115...........................2010,159...145,656...3415,8151,115
CHATHAM ISLANDS............2..............................2...55.........2...552...55.........2...55
          TOTALS47.........8774...175,85810,836...119,1145,205...294,97216,041217,077...106,120...3113,197......182,93511,363...125,2345,351...308,16916,714
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 10.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS ENTERED INWARDS INTO NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867, AND THE COUNTRIES WHENCE THEY ARRIVED.
COUNTRIES WHENCE ARRIVED.BRITISH.FOREIGN.Totals.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews
UNITED KINGDOM8461,0682,04221,220298662,2882,07121,35638.........21,356388662,4242,08021,220298863,6442,109
BRITISH POSSESSIONS, VIZ.,‐                           
     QUEENSLAND155,463...1...13165,849..............................155,463...1...13165,849...
     NEW SOUTH WALES...106,7935,3532...17...107,2975,37021,31631.........21,31631...108,1095,3842...17...108,6135,401
     VICTORIA...78,5726,0332...80...79,5666,113..............................78,5726,0332...80...79,5666,113
     SOUTH AUSTRALIA407,634............407,634..............................407,634............407,634...
     TASMANIA7912,533............7912,533..............................7912,533............7912,533...
     NORFOLK ISLAND2947.........2947...........................2947.........2947
     BRITISH COLUMBIA1...19.........1...19...........................1...19.........1...19
     MAURITIUS92,18795.........92,18795...........................92,18795.........92,18795
FOREIGN COUNTRIES, VIZ.,‐                           
     UNITED STATES41,44947.........41,4494784,027............84,027...125,476............125,476...
     PANAMA1313,4051,118.........1313,1051,148...........................1313,4051,148.........1313,4051,148
     BOLIVIA1...10.........1...10...........................1...10.........1...10
     BATAVIA1...6.........1...6...........................1...6.........1...6
     NORWAY...........................1...15.........1...151...15.........1...15
     SWEDEN...........................1...17.........1...171...17.........1...17
     CHINA2...25.........2...251...7.........1...73...32.........3...32
     SANDWICH ISLANDS1...12.........1...121...33.........1...332...45.........2...45
     NEW CALEDONIA.........122312231714.........1714171412232937
     FIJIS1503.........1503...........................1503.........1503
     SOUTH SEA ISLANDS222,154...1...7232,267...2...17.........2...17242,444...1...7252,557...
     SOUTHERN WHALE FISHERY1...26.........1...26103,737............103,737...113,997............113,997...
          TOTALS...293,60816,08593,239......296,84716,2342912,721............2912,721......306,32916,74193,239......309,56816,890
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 11.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867, AND THE COUNTRIES FOR WHICH THEY CLEARED.
COUNTRIES WHENCE ARRIVED.BRITISH.FOREIGN.Totals.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews.Vessels.TonsCrews
UNITED KINGDOM4533,1801,097.........4533,1801,0972...25.........2...254733,9141,122.........4733,9141,122
BRITISH POSSESSIONS, VIZ.,‐‐                           
     QUEENSLAND2...2472,8429793,519..............................2...2472,8429793,519...
     NEW SOUTH WALES...62,8713,942...62,7372,478...125,6086,420.........1...121...12...62,8713,942...63,0102,490...125,8816,432
     VICTORIA...51,4284,0308519,7191,475...71,1475,505..............................51,4284,0308519,7191,475...71,1475,505
     SOUTH AUSTRALIA.........5...305...30....................................5...305...30
     TASMANIA294,932...335,717...6210,649..............................294,932...335,717...6210,649...
     NORFOLK ISLAND2...16.........2...16...........................2...16.........2...16
     BRITISH COLUMBIA.........1...201...20....................................1...201...20
     INDIA1...21.........1...21...........................1...21.........1...21
FOREIGN COUNTRIES, VIZ.,‐‐                           
     UNITED STATES3...37.........3...3741,635............41,635...72,503............72,503...
     PANAMA2113,2111,11418652213,2971,119...........................2113,2111,11418652213,2971,119
     CALLAO.........32,6327032,63270.........21,5083521,50835.........54,140...54,140...
     PERU.........54,616...54,616............1...141...14.........65,318...65,318...
     VALPARAISO2...2461,8427782,603............1...181...182...2472,0489592,809...
     CHILI1...16115,278...125,815............32,3874132,387411...16147,665...158,202...
     GUAM51,065443511,138...4012,203............1...71...751,065443611,298...4112,363...
     PENANG.........1...201...20....................................1...201...20
     TAHITI.........1...111...11....................................1...111...11
     SOUTH SEA ISLANDS365,219...2...15385,424...4...381...1951,56257405,897...31,08934436,986...
     SOUTHERN WHALE FISHERY...........................114,030............114,030...114,030............114,030...
          TOTALS...175,85810,836...119,1145,205...294,97216,041217,077...106,120...3113,197......182,93511,363...125,2345,351...308,16916,714
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 12.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS OF EACH NATION ENTERED INWARDS INTO NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE TEAR 1867.
NATIONALITY OF VESSELS.ENTERED.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.
BRITISH...151,8578,75352,11059...153,9678,812
COLONIAL...141,7517,33241,12990...142,8807,422
AMERICAN229,988............229,988...
FRENCH1...12.........1...12
DANISH1...7.........1...7
GERMAN1...12.........1...12
RUSSIAN21,35638.........21,35638
TAHITIAN2...17.........2...17
          TOTALS...306,32916,74193,239......309,56816,890
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 13.
TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, TONNAGE, AND CREWS OF VESSELS OF EACH NATION CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE TEAR 1867.
NATIONALITY OF VESSELS.CLEARED.
With Cargoes.In Ballast.Totals.
Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.Vessels.Tons.Crews.
BRITISH...96,4316,632...49,1242,081...145,5558,713
COLONIAL...79,4274,204...69,9903,124...149,4177,328
AMERICAN186,056...53,89576239,951...
FRENCH.........1...141...14
GERMAN1...121...182...30
DANISH.........1...71...7
RUSSIAN1...181...1921,35637
TAHITIAN1...51...122...17
          TOTALS...182,93511,363...125,2345,351...308,16916,714
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐PART II.‐No. 14.
TABLE SHOWING THE TOTAL VALVE OF IMPORTS AT THE SEVERAL PORTS OF NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE TEAR 1867.
COUNTRIES.AUCKLAND.RUSSELL.MONGONUI.HOKIANGA.KAIPARA.NEW PLYMOUTH.WANGANUI.WELLINGTON.NAPIER.WAIRAU.PICTON.HAVELOCK.NELSON.WESTPORT.BRIGHTON.GREYMOUTH.HOKITIKA.OKARITA.LYTTELTON.AKAROA.TIMARU.OAMARU.DUNEDIN.INVERCARGILL.BLUFF HARBOUR.RIVERTON.CHATHAM ISLANDS.Totals.
 £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    
UNITED KINGDOM482,147...12...15,71015,56033,254310,93853,6096,420...75213,176......2,062......551,5433,75536,92512,756952,62855,468...1,798...2,779,463
BRITISH COLONIES, VIZ.,‐‐                            
     QUEENSLAND7,110.................................14,161.........1,560...............2,475............25,306
     NEW SOUTH WALES135,2386...3,221...7,16416,01466,2436,177.........50,7742,497...5,43869,633...43,955...1,3652,61182,474...10,587......505,118
     VICTORIA30,662............5,6654,26580,56514,5144,3623,4884656,22160,5861,596214,163496,5993,22357,504452,9541,197290,21171,86513,91214,443...1,428,089
     SOUTH AUSTRALIA46,573............1,7251,6895,050.........6,7792,707......14,170...10.........2,10013,816.........94,744
     TASMANIA11,487............1,7331,137...3,383.........1,113.........67,190...14,863...1,0254,25517,3515,991.........129,738
     NORFOLK ISLAND................................................4 142..............................4,514
     MAURITIUS5,696.................................41,155......1,870......11,967.........83,247............145,225
     INDIA10..............................................................................10
FOREIGN COUNTRIES, VIZ.,‐‐                            
     NORTH AMERICA11,206............................................................77...............11,283
     UNITED STATES......................................................6,405...2,688...82,082............92,590
     PANAMA.....................4,442.........................................................4,713
     SOUTH AMERICA8,113..............................................................................8,113
     CHILI.....................6,722............90..........................................6,812
     HAVANNAH....................................................................................
     CUBA....................................................................................
     HOLLAND..................................................................88............88
     NORWAY..................................................................5,000............5,000
     CHINA......................................................3,645...10...56,905............60,560
     FRIENDLY ISLANDS..............................55................................................55
     NEW CALEDONIA....................................................................................
     FIJIS....................................................................................
     SOUTH SEA ISLANDS38,430..............................................................................39,332
     SOUTHERN WHALE FISHERY......39...........................................................................
          TOTALS777,6671,068...3,22115,71031,84756,359504,86277,68311,6724,697...383,46966,0401,596223,703654,1913,223690,8684,08144,96720,8961,576,247147,84725,08616,451...5,344,607
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 15.
TABLE SHOWING THE TOTAL VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM THE SEVERAL PORTS OF NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE TEAR 1867.
COUNTRIES.AUCKLAND.RUSSELL.MONGONUI.HOKIANGA.NEW PLYMOUTH.WANGANUI.WELLINGTON.NAPIER.WAIRAU.PICTON.HAVELOCK.NELSON.WESTPORT.BRIGHTON.GREYMOUTH.HOKITIKA.OKARITA.LYTTELTON.AKAROA.TIMARU.OAMARU.DUNEDIN.INVERCARGILL.BLUFF HARBOUR.CHATHAM ISLANDS.Totals.
 £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    
UNITED KINGDOM167,275......3,7151...161,14372,56243,020...16,646......83,765137,285...470,967...154,34890,374486,805106,84632...1,984,785
BRITISH POSSESSIONS, VIZ.,‐‐                          
     QUEENSLAND..............................................................................
     NEW SOUTH WALES73,601......3,649...15,0627,6863...1,8861,59033,928263,184126,217275,403463,8659,48025,703...1,8021,41914,61812,528......1,336,123
     VICTORIA9,429.........23...9,877......3,2515026,85177,46051,609149,799392,04029,3796,388.........486,16121,4243,401...1,268,214
     SOUTH AUSTRALIA...........................................................................1,593
     TASMANIA............32..............................2,078...11............2......2,863
     NORFOLK ISLAND1,425...............................................................29......1,454
     MAURITIUS12........................................................................12
     INDIA...................................................39.....................39
FOREIGN COUNTRIES, VIZ.,‐‐                          
     NORTH AMERICA32........................................................................32
     UNITED STATES......20.................................6..............................1,071
     PANAMA..................2,140......................................................2,140
     SOUTH AMERICA..............................................................................
     CHILI..................13.............................................27.........
     PERU...................................................8.....................8
     BATAYIA..............................................................................
     INDIA..................10......................................................10
     GUAM2,421...............15..........................................2,312.........4,848
     NEW CALEDONIA..............................................................................
     FIJIS.....................92...........................1,977.....................2,069
     SOUTH SEA ISLANDS32,528........................3,077.....................24.....................36,333
     SOUTHERN WHALE FISHERY........................................................................95...
          TOTALS291,557...1,2888,064...15,062181,12072,65743,0208,2141,64167,425343,644177,826508,973996,12838,859505,422...156,15092,165990,148140,8563,433954,644,678
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 16.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE IMPORTS OF NEW ZEALAND DURING EACH YEAR FROM 1853 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
PROVINCE.COUNTRIES.1853.1854.1855.1856.1857.1858.1859.1860.1861.1862.1863.1864.1865.1866.1867.
  £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    
AUCKLANDUnited Kingdom74,035128,188126,190114,992125,250153,991237,081245,579303,088433,417561,256865,674868,235509,265497,869
British Colonies171,998215,009237,817145,532193,075185,527166,333148,199265,729348,193362,8741,293,762830,036486,508240,375
Foreign States13,8855,7248,18610,4645,4505,7348,58722,25230,17144,95346,22071,906152,745104,36660,202
          TOTALS£259,918348,921372,193270,988323,775345,252412,001466,030598,988826,563970,3502,231,3421,851,0161,100,139798,446
TARANAKIUnited Kingdom18,69712,31620,55515,29118,56315,29922,05119,51214,99818,39823,62147,76428,32930,90915,560
British Colonies11,31323,01814,39311,9247,09017,20412,22016,72419,94023,43925,40971,68245,81133,39616,287
Foreign States......32...15..............................
          TOTALS£30,01035,33434,98027,21525,66832,50434,27136,23635,06342,00249,030119,44674,14064,30531,847
WELLINGTON (including HAWKE'S BAY until 1859)United Kingdom60,695130,16782,93471,041158,999163,566232,723176,042172,604249,747302,222251,017317,657496,387374,192
British Colonies100,183145,56793,480107,987102,229119,892108,31677,56781,146113,767107,856142,453224,136219,768174,963
Foreign States......1,512.........50418,3287,9207,5483,52513,35010,25012,066
          TOTALS£161,457275,974177,926179,028261,433283,899341,089253,613272,078371,434417,626396,995555,143756,405561,221
HAWKE'S BAYUnited Kingdom..................6,4638,51424,76919,32630,91159,79363,63325,38453,609
British Colonies..................12,1033,5246,48713,96819,80538,35524,05357,09824,074
Foreign States.............................................
          TOTALS£..................18,94612,20831,25633,29450,71698,14887,68682,48277,683
NELSON (including MARLBOROUGH until 1860)United Kingdom19,86949,83548,41049,78343,26766,23091,22691,174136,107154,424198,802132,280152,251176,871213,426
British Colonies31,57937,31337,81331,38993,96981,17377,75560,42179,053128,804125,889140,506240,690240,386237,589
Foreign States...12...........................7,0007,52222,87290
          TOTALS£51,44887,16086,22381,172137,449150,599168,981151,595215,160283,228324,691279,786400,463440,129451,105
MARLBOROUGHUnited Kingdom...........................2,32710,2434,5514,5544,7186,788
British Colonies........................5,7559,32111,59921,43510,1668,5289,647
Foreign States..........................................55
          TOTALS£........................6,58811,64821,84225,98614,72013,24616,490
CANTERBURYUnited Kingdom20,78536,03536,59234,90269,14589,949163,979185,384197,908305,502553,533601,036442,376554,335594,782
British Colonies63,05264,02960,76355,13496,305127,105166,670112,126198,154381,533314,952256,749423,4261,043,2771,012,357
Foreign States8356............1,2225,4297,22627,21730,75225,00334,78027,02513,894
          TOTALS£83,920100,12097,59390,416166,404217,265331,871302,939403,288714,252899,237882,788900,5821,624,6371,621,033
OTAGO (including SOUTHLAND until 1862)United Kingdom8,75327,57514,22823,59245,06543,56088,771143,814161,333450,630914,1811,163,523715,516908,127965,381
British Colonies2,32116,11729,90036,71932,76966,665155,100181,318770,0571,595,1832,408,2901,180,732732,404620,240485,921
Foreign States...........................37,70971,878115,635151,53798,358145,838
          TOTALS£11,07443,69244,54560,31177,834110,225213,871325,162931,3902,083,5223,424,3492,459,8901,599,4571,626,7251,597,143
SOUTHLANDUnited Kingdom...........................20,16970,095133,53614,44331,70657,852
British Colonies...........................239,970796,448365,87697,213154,871131,532
Foreign States.................................6,345.........
          TOTALS£...........................260,139866,726505,757111,656186,577189,384
CHATHAM ISLANDSUnited Kingdom..................No ReturnsNo ReturnsNo ReturnsNo Returns...............
British Colonies.........1,652...1,465614...87...
Foreign States.........56...64...............
          TOTALS£.........1,708...1,529...........................
GENERAL TOTALS£597,827891,201813,460710,868992,9941,141,2731,551,0301,548,3332,493,8114,626,0827,024,6747,000,6555,594,0775,894,8635,344,607
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 17.
COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE TOTAL VALUE OF THE EXPORTS OF NEW ZEALAND DURING EACH YEAR FROM 1853 TO 1867, INCLUSIVE.
PROVINCE.COUNTRIES.1853.1854.1855.1856.1857.1858.1859.1860.1861.1862.1863.186418651866.1867.
  £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    £    
AUCKLANDUnited Kingdom34,31328,3613,66012,28623,51223,54235,32426,98722,79832,79312,85567,06076,50199,938170,990
British Colonies119,265143,147148,979107,63672,18462,87959,92055,49744,88549,215190,182278,614142,205114,72991,737
Foreign Status1,7158,9033,1405,6126,4235,32811,3848,66810,8636,0273,9737,66512,18519,11638,358
          TOTALS£155,323180,411155,779125,534101,95991,749106,62891,15278,54688,035207,010353,339230,891233,783301,085
TARANAKIUnited Kingdom95............62.....................101
British Colonies8,61814,01020,9823,8195,16710,9628,7543,5205,2851,758...1,893...1,414...
Foreign Status.........5020..............................
          TOTALS£8,71314,01020,9823,8695,18711,0248,7543,5205,2851,7581,2381,893...1,424...
WELLINGTON (including HAWKE'S BAY until 1859)United Kingdom43,77615,52511,16924,57142,09173,214109,816119,631110,576126,068134,461230,819131,586177,532161,143
British Colonies56,92267,91561,66855,84350,67041,47631,05217,4179,98224,67421,35926,12019,61736,14232,640
Foreign States...77...325...11187,4927......39...2,399
          TOTALS£100,85483,54773,47580,41792,786114,690140,879137,566128,050150,749155,927256,939151,242213,974196,182
HAWKE'S BAYUnited Kingdom.....................18,114...23,778...8,89637,15063,20772,562
British Colonies..................10......2,15710,72317,01514,6503,1893
Foreign States.....................55......108912892
          TOTALS£.....................18,169...25,93510,73326,00051,80166,42472,657
NELSON (including MARLBOROUGH until 1860)United Kingdom......16,040...19,80440,24145,60452,66818,17231,6851,47918,9956,82622,3156,646
British Colonies34,22621,60931,45428,76757,60540,29032,48220,89815,4‐3841,93551,63792,395110,31743,808582,249
Foreign States...24...21...52.........5,355...............
          TOTALS£34,22621,63347,49429,77677,40980,58378,08673,56033,61078,97553,116111,390117,14366,123588,895
MARLBOROUGHUnited Kingdom........................57,84452,41837,68549,28253,97439,82243,021
British Colonies..............................1,30878,73339,8815,3376,777
Foreign States....................................1...3,077
          TOTALS£........................57,84452,55838,993128,01593,85645,15952,875
CANTERBURYUnited Kingdom.........19,38043,07288,45388,551166,174193,197211,072323,679360,503439,724532,616846,365
British Colonies3,39614,05043,88828,42422,34022,20244,00442,12519,31315,58223,74524,5411,120,0152,133,2151,356,708
Foreign States......6727...59...1,1551,0452,0139,51621,33415,32322,3722,459
          TOTALS£3,39614,77843,95547,83165,556108,714133,027209,451213,555258,667356,910406,3811,575,0622,688,2332,205,532
OTAGO (including SOUTHLAND until 1862United Kingdom...............19,01137,75028,672104,258229,287997,625601,711369,467688,812577,179
British Colonies...6,48221,18325,73725,26628,33345,88326,817748,2021,516,3101,570,5141,408,5721,007,367404,420502,822
Foreign States..................8737......1,5795,3942,1671,3522,312
          TOTALS£...6,48224,18325,73725,26647,34483,72055,526852,6981,745,9602,569,7182,015,6771,379,0011,094,5841,082,313
SOUTHLANDUnited Kingdom.................................41,58670,85788,780106,878
British Colonies...........................20,09791,69859,77642,74921,32837,289
Foreign States.............................................
          TOTALS£...........................20,09791,698101,362113,606110,108144,289
CHATHAM ISLANDSUnited Kingdom..................No ReturnsNo ReturnsNo ReturnsNo Returns...............
British Colonies.........5,2691,2313,920...............
Foreign States..................32.........95
          TOTALS£.........5,2691,2313,920............32.........95
GENERAL TOTALS£303,282320,891365,868318,433369,394458,023551,484588,9531,370,2172,422,7343,485,4053,401,6673,713,2184,520,0744,614,678
STATISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND, 1867.‐‐PART II.‐‐No. 18.
TABLE SHOWING THE QUANTITY AND VALUE OF IMPORTS AT THE SEVERAL PORTS OF NEW ZEALAND, DURING THE YEAR 1867.
ARTICLES.AUCKLAND.RUSSELL, MONOGNUI, AND HOKIANGA.WANGAREI AND KAIPARA.NEW PLYMOUTH.WANGANUI.WELLINGTON.NAPIER.WAIRAU AND HAVELOCK.PICTON.NELSON.WESTPORT.BRIGHTON.GREYMOUTH.HOKITIKA.OKARITA.LYTTELTON.AKAROA.TIMARU.OAMARU.DUNEDIN.INVERCARGILL.BLUFF HARBOUR.RIVERTON.CHATHAM, ISLANDS.Totals.
Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.Quantity.Value.
  £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £     £    
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS packages...2,885............84543742.........39...33251.....................327.........4,512......26...841,092...8,58921...15215......2,44420,486
ALKALI (Soda Crystals, Soda Ash, ©.) cwts...................55 ½762936......5958..................3230......60...........................2 ½12½21,0771,478......6722......3,875 ½4,231
APPAREL AND SLOPS packages...27,9717.........22...311,722...26,036742,983...............13,3924.........854,140...8,436.........20,7087...492,5665712,00737,915...1,83018............4,704148,941
ARMS AND AMMUNITION, VIZ.,‐                                                  
Fire Arms number..................64067063...20.........736......2158...............1,370.........1,678......1101558...63...15............1,1816,352
Swords number625........................11616............637....................................................................................1484
Blasting Powderlbs.14,240...........................3,250.....................3,450......4......2,625993,284.................................79,7502,5572,25084...............108,9993,596
Caps (thousands) number...54103......25550307544.......................................50............6944......5015............6014......205......2,163...
Cartridges number......................................................2,2007..............................8,40030..................47,364...........................57,964...
Fireworks packages......................................................11525........................110................................................430
Fuse packages..................................................................................................................16...........................16...
Gunpowder lbs.3,266...486..................1,245...5523............1,924...255............2,683.........1,005.........1,000.........1,087...1,350.....................14,3882,141
Shot cwts.......512......6121020498710 ¾29......34......35......61...75.........25.........132012......25 ¾40......2040......852 ½1,785
ARROWROOT (bulk) lbs.4,43399...............4......3,888......3.....................3.........10...............5.........4......2,73686...10..................12,233...
ARSENIC cwts.1330........................3029..............................................................................¾9½2......27......49 ¼77
BAGS AND SACKS packages...4,505............268613......6,168...1,66423............2,211............162575.........1,36115,609.........1,29054...5,63120,689641,339......20.........8,47555,759
BARK tons46...........................57....................................................................................1,612...........................2,540
BASKET AND WICKERWARE packages580............4341521...434............21...15......72365.........19.........236............20.........13.........1,661
BEER (bottled) gallons65,35113,170..................2,150...42,67310,6534,3271,634...43......15,0914,68110,0512,655......42,91611,33871,45119,770......46,67013,050......2,390.........178,57740,48019,9785,329......2,359.........506,469125,393
, (bulk) gallons31,1714,7581,508...7213......2,933...38,6786,674.........10......10,1562,118...50......1,150...10,9021,623......38,3957,881......1,348.........66,3928,8978,1331,312..................212,29435,054
BISCUITS (plain) cwts.2145124650......528071...614......82068...1333......55 ½.................................½2172 ½...13311010210......880 ½1,938
, (fancy) packages81...............6362858...31.........31510...211......2071............14...13......29......188121118............2,934
BLACKING AND BLACKLEAD packages..................9302898...1058......1147...14......102964.....................647.........1,987115111415.........3,828
BOATS number......110..........................................185.........8...275......6.....................112130170............26...
BONES tons...3,629................................................110.......................................................................................3,639
BRAN tons25 ½.....................625......77...............3 ½308...463......990 ½8,622795........................186937 ¾...325............1,281 ¼10,814
BOOKS (printed) packages...8,922............30...17......5,22545.........470...3,3993.........52......1,577.........5,923......451590...8,29553...27426......2,17136,747
BOOTS AND SHOES packages...20,944465......42...59......16,36138...10...18......13,29442............7,252...13,344.........22,7393...611,7706916,77861,856...2,225......470......10,982163,922
BRASS AND BRASSWARE packages370425............1374222362..............................11512......242..................539........................34...
BRICKS number.......................................6..............................7,9308041,500.........7,00035..................5,50043...11..................62,735...
, (Bath) packages......................................................6821......16212717......3624............235,148...........................5,237...
, (Fire) number2,00020.................................5,00034...10.......................................1,20020..................23,891...........................32,591...
BRIDGE MATERIALS value.................................6,600.........................................................2,000.....................1,066...........................9,666
BRUSHWARE AND BROOMS packages...1,29211237...15...50...18.........519511,109995......14...86............2,263......11...331...3,65646.........513.........11,104
BUILDING MATERIALS value.................................15.....................1,350...............................................................87.....................1,608
BUTTER cwts.........................248037...............21253......2,694.........6,0364,388 ½35,70217...57...............2111,1107,13892...7592470......7,299 ½54,227
BUCKETS AND TUBS number...856012............1222...43...21......256......1013.........80............2,258.........3,051.........1,434...548......135......8,2872,274
CANDLES cwts.1,90112,0205471 ½6......147 ½...3,4128,504...1,02219...10661,2896,905...2,2086 ½50...4,2911,7257,6438452,08712,51155 ¾...69...68...4,731 ½28,183...1,4015 ½3826.........17,170 ¼87,597
CANVAS packages10.....................320361,726230......1514...180......7...7.........792,931..................652,84511.........6............9,781
CARPETING packages39...............2...16......2,8136...............331,550............7...22............1,91958418...3......4,09713...112322.........13,714
CARPET BAGS AND PORTMANTEAUS packages9...........................14...18............7...............245............230......155......48...13..................851,169
CARRIAGES AND CARTS number23...............3558......2,5027...2.........16...235......57525............3,230......12............3,5775........................11,916
CARRIAGE MATERIALS value.......................................12.........32...64.....................18.........1,561.........95...88.................................3,380
CASKS (empty) number3620206..........................................................................................................................................
CARRIAGE MATERIALS value...............80..................631....................................825.................................1,29959..................2,1982,746
CHAFF tons1665......................................................31 ½...464...3,9941,16612,6577.......................................19............1,463 ½17,378
CHAINS tons4...........................231............¼32 ¼...............1 ¼1916 ¾.........8.....................6...3 ¾.....................44 ¼1,378
CHEESE cwts....1,679............18...970...1,252......533.........6946............1,356...4,230537...2,451......21 ½...9461,3977,739......213326......3,757 ½21,203
CHICORY lbs.38,960...........................11,792642,01635.........81,68022...............2014,272.........18,044.....................15,688......15..................104,0241,679
CHINA, Parian Ware packages34...............47611030...788202032723...115......28............561,179......232215...1,49713........................4,783
CIDER AND PERRY (bulk) gallons......................................................8710................................................505.................................15
, (bottled) gallons......................................................................................................................................................
COALS tons8,03811,570577540............1,32520,09732,0881,2502,664............10,73320,767..................1,1442,491......12,08121,080.........1,5501,3942,56019,49436,768........................76,330134,705
COCOA AND CHOCOLATE lbs.20,0081,315...............68......4,472......20564...223,934...1,484.........3,328...8,851.........10,772..................3024,8681,4411,18078..................81,0805,469
COFFEE lbs.58,5093,185...42...302,251...3,516...33,8362,0085,968...303...3432,2182,59014,206...1,0405028,5831,88976,2225,702...7635,1481,807...451,814...4,844...109,4844,16614,325...2,331...2,289.........430,71225,004
COKE AND FUEL tons...1,337................................................10351039............71.........24.....................42..............................2,453
CONFECTIONERY packages...1,049............23...28......1,43536.........41572...140......22...90............1,1354251158303,0117,44855...1812.........3,97513,647
COPPER (Rod, Bolt, ©.) cwts....2,651........................143..........................................5.........370..................52 ½.........14............648 ½3,183
, SHEATHING cwts....4,027................................................7 ¼55878......18...31.........1045..................42 ½...½3..................904 ¼4,954
, NAILS cwts.36..............