Papers by Command Volume . 87

Papers by Command Volume . 87

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...the Census of 1891, and the Preceding Census. Note.--Pondoland and British Bechuanaland are not included in the above Table. The approximate area of the former (annexed in September 1894, and now forming part of Tembuland) is 3,735 square miles, and of the latter (annexed to the Colony proper in November, 1895), 51,524 square miles. The estimated population of Pondoland in 1898 was: --Bantus, 187,000; other races, 1,100. The population of Bechuanaland enumerated at the census of 1891 was 12,736 persons of all races, and it was estimated that there were in addition 60,000 natives in the Reserves. The estimated population of the whole Colony (including annexed and native territories) in 1898, was 2,202,000 persons, of whom 485.000 were Europeans, and 1,717,000 Natives. No. 2.--Number of Births, Deaths and Marriages of Europeans and of Natives, Registered in the Colony for each of the Years 1895, 1896 and 1897. (a) There was no compulsory registration of births or deaths prior to 1895. (J) Bechuanaland was annexed to Cape Colony on November 15th, 1895; the figures for that district refer to the remainder of the year only. Number of Births, Deaths and Marriages of Europeans and of Natives, Registered in the COLONY, for each of the Years 189.% 18S6, and 1897--continued. Note.--The number of marriages solemnized in 1898, was 8,709. Particulars as to the number of birtht and deaths in that year are not yet available. No. 3--Number of Schools, Scholars on the Rolls, Average Daily Attendance, and Amount of State and Local Expenditure on Education in each of the Years 1896-97, and 1897-98. (a) Excluding Colleges, of which there were 6 in 1896-7 with 505 Students, and 7 in 1897-8 with 558 students. (J) Including Government expenditure on Colleges, which..
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