COMMONWEALTH BUREAU OF CENSUS AND STATISTICS, CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA.

CENSUS OF THE COMMONWEALTH, 30TH JUNE, 1961.

CENSUS BULLETIN NO. 13.

SUMMARY OF DWELLINGS FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA

CONTENTS Section - Introduction - Definitions and Scope le Summary of Population and Dwellings Ze Occupied Dwellings by Cisse 36 Occupied Private Dwellings according to Outer Walls 4e Occupied Private Dwellings according to 5. Occupied Private Dwellings according to 66 Occupied Private Dwellings according to Te Occupied Private Dweliings according to 8. Tenanted Private Dwellings according to (Unfurnished) 96 Occupied Private Dwellings according to 10. Unoccupied Dwellings : Reason for being

Material of

Number of Rooms Number of Inmates

Nature of Occupancy

» Date of Building

Weekly Rent

Facilities

Unoccupied

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INTRODUCTION

This Bulletin contains an analysis, in summary form, of the dwellings in South Australia as enumerated at the Census of 30th June, 1961. It is one of a series of Census Bulletins for the States and Territories and for Australia as a whole being issued as information becomes available from the first phase of machine tabulation. The information herein may be subject to minor amendment on completion of later tabulations.

Census Bulletin No. 11. Summary of Population for South Australia, was issued on 4th May, 1962. Census Bulletin No. 2. Population and Dwellings in Local Government Areas, which was released on 14th March, 1962, shows for each State the numbers of the population and occupied and unoccupied dwellings in each Local Government Area and in each major town arranged according to the Statistical Division in which they are situated. A list of 1961 Census public- ations issued to date appears at the end of this Bulletin.

In this Bulletin dwellings are classified according to class (ive. private house, flat, etc.), material of outer walls, number of rooms, number of inmates, nature of occupancy, date of building, weekly rent and facilities. Each major table shows the numbers of dwellings, according to one particular characteristic (e.g., number of rooms or inmates of dwellings). At a later stage a more detailed analysis will be published showing particulars of dwellings in a series of cross-tabulations (e.g., the numbers of dwellings according to both numbers of rooms and inmates, etc.).

All information in this Bulletin is exclusive of full-blood aboriginals and of dwellings occupied solely by them.

aye DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE.

Occupied Dwelling: An occupied dwelling is any habitation occupied by a household group living together as a domestic unit, whether comprising the whole or only part of a building. The term has therefore a very wide reference and includes, in addition to houses and flats, a great variety of "dwellings" ranging from a single-roomed shack to a multi-roomed hotel or institution. Occupied dwellings are classified into "private" and “other than privete' dwellings.

Private Dwellings: Private dwellings are further classified into the following four categories -

Private House: Private Houses include houses, sheds, huts, garages, etc. used for dwelling purposes, and shared private houses for which only one Householder's Schedule was received.

Share of Private House: A Share of a Private House is a portion of a shared private house which is occupied separately and for which portion a separate Householder's Schedule was furnished.

Flat: <A flat isa part of a house or other building which can be completely closed off and which has its own cooking and bathing facilities.

Other Private Dwelling: These include private dwellings such as rooms, apartments, etc», which are parts of buildings but are not self— contained units.

Other than Private Dwelling: These include Hotels; Motels; Boarding Houses, Lodging Houses and Hostels; Educational, Religious and Charitable Institutions; Hospitals; Defence and Penal Establishments; Police and Fire Stations; Clubs; Staff Barracks and Quarters, etc.

Unoccupied Dwelling: These include vacant dwellings available for sale or renting; dwellings such as "week-ender", "holiday home", "second home", "seasonal workers! quarters", which were not occupied on the night of “he Census; dwellings normally occupied but whose usual occupants were temporarily absent on the night of the Census; newly completed dwellings whose owners or tenants had not entered into occupation on the night of the Census; dwellings described as "to be demolished", "condemned", "deceased estate", “exhibition home", etc; and buildings constructed as dwellings but used for non-dwelling purposes on the night of the Census- The total number of unoccupied dwellings shown for any area must not, therefore, be read as representing the number of vacant houses and flats uvailable for sale or rentinge

The detailed information in this Bulletin relates to private dwellings occupied at the date of the Census. However, information relating to the number of occupied dwellings other than private is given in Table 2 and a summary by urban and rural divisions of the State of unoccupied dwellings classified according to the reasons why the dwellings were unoccupied is shown in Table 10.

In the tables which follow "Metropolitan Urban" relates to the City of Adelaide and adjoining municipal areas within boundaries determined for Census purposes. "Other Urban" relates to (i) all separately incorporated cities and tows outside the Metropolitan Urban Division, except for any portions within the city or town which were specifically regarded as rural for Census purposes, or where the population of the whole town was less than 1,000; and (ii) other towns, not separately incorporated, with a population of 1,000 persons or more. "Rural" relates to the remainder of the State.

The composition of the Other Urban and Rural Divisions as used for 1961 Census purposes differ from those used for 1954 Census purpasese Adjustments have been made to the 1954 figures in Table 1 in this Bulletin in order to provide approximate comparison on the 1961 Census basis, but in Tables 2 to 6 and Table 8 no adjustments have been made to 1954 figures. The effect of the changes referred to may be measured by comparing the data in Table 1A with the 1954 data in Table 1, and this effect must be borne in mind when making intercensal comparisons in the other tables.

Gp & table shows the numbers in each five-year age group at the a 2. Oo TABLE 2. - QUEENSLA s AGH DIS! UTION OF THE POPULATION, eee tae meee orem * +. a 4

(Exclu riginals)

cope a Re ORE AERA RE AOC RR RH

ees

Census, st June,14 | emus, 30th June, 1961

~_ Persons Per~ | Increase or Deer- cents | easel—jJsince 195/ of Numeri- Per~_ Total] cal } cent.

ee ELEMIS RON MEE

"fe, 128 167; 371 | 11202| 19;870| aaeare

: 5 156,686] 10.32] 17,731] 12.76

565 151,803 G.99 44, 238 41.13

441 122,226] 8.05| 29,785| 32.22

3979 100,088] 6.59} 10,109] 11.23

2901 4 91,785; 6.04} - 8,514] -8.49

52i| 5: 100,383} 661 862 87

O9T] 53,809 103,888] 6-84] 10,791] 11.59

505] 46,839 95,928| 6032] 6,423] 7218

065} 47,802 93,113] 6.13] 16,048] 20.82

322| 42,283 80,336] 5-29] 12,014] 17.58

875 34, 236 65, 1 4,34 8,066 13694

ee 295 368 59,692} 3693) 5,959] 11.09

235348 49,360] 3.25 6,651} 15.57

18,427 al 38,756] 2.551 10,285) 36212

9,1: 10,544 714 23,258] 1.53) 6,084] 35-43

80 5,027 5,128) 6,922 12,050 719 2,918| 31695 85 - 89 2,114 1,829] 2,780 4,609 230 818] 21.58 90 - 94 553 48h 822 Ly 303 09 323] 32.96 Io 99 ‘ie 88 140 228 202 94| 70.15 100 & over 5 ale 13 ‘1| es 14} 127ee

TOTAL $2, 001 774,579| 7445 2491 1,518,828] 100.00} 200,569] 15.21

Under 21 21 64 65 & over

619, 083 ery cy Ca

(70,156 129 19589

40.76) L155 77 i iameneee 506 fl 5715 605 8.08 _ 8.53! 27,1 Bi lameoes

246 148 342,985 eo 874

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59,867) 69,7221

TOTAL 642,007] 1 174557917445 24911,518,828 160: 00} 200,569} 15-21

The proportion of the total population under 21 years of age was 40.8 per cent. in 1961 compared with per cent. in 1954. Fer ages 21-64 years the preportion was 50.7 per cent. in 1961 compared with 54.0 per cent. in 1954 and for persons aged 65 years and over 8.5 per cent. compared with 7.8 ps

At the 1961 Census males exeseded - 5

60 years, females exceeding males in all

shows the population of Queensland he Sensuses of 1954 and 1961.

3- Conjugal Condition. ~ The following table

Q classified according to conjugal condition at

ck a.

At the 1961 Census 49.9 per cent. of the population were never married (49.3 per cent. in 1954); 43.2 per cent. married (43-9 per cents in 1954); 1.4 per cent. married but permanently separated (1.4 per cent. in 1954); 4.9 per cent. widowed (4.8 per cent. in 1954); and 0.6 per cent. divorced (0.6 per cent. in 1954).

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The ratio of widowed fem io widowed males increased from 284 : 100 in 1954 to 321 : 100 in 1961. The ratio : .e8 +9 females in the never married group "15 years of age and over" decreased from 154 2 100 in 1954 to 149 2 100 in 1961.

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TABLE 3. QUEENSLAND : CONJUGAL CONDITION OF THE POPULATION,

CnNSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. (Exclusive of full-blood Aboriginals)

s, 30th June, 1961 3 _Persons

Increase or Dec- rease(—)

Conjugal Condition

Persons Females

Never Married Under 15 years of age 15 yrs. of age and

over

TOTAL

394,021

2952187] 649,788] 41

Married

Married but Permanently Separated

Widowed

Divorced

Not Stated

GRAND TOTAL

74d, 249

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7745579 ie 518» 826) a 569

(a) In processing the 1961 Census data, a conjugal condition was allocated prior to tabulation in all instances where this information was not stated.

4, Birthplace.- The following table shows the birthplaces of the population of Queens- land at the Censuses of 1954 and 1961.

TABLE 4. QUEENSLAND : BIRTHPLACES OF THE POPULATION, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. ieciaise of full—blood Aboriginals)

Census, 30th June, 1954 | Gensus, 30th June, 1961 Persons Increase or Dec- rease (- ) since 1954 9 129|1, 341, 059 “180,455 2,621 | 1,144

Females {| Persons

Australia 264 Be) 575, 646| 1,160,595] 673,921 Bo New Zealand 2,022|_ 4: Olei- Seto) Rurope -

United Kingdom and

Birthplace

Republic of Ireland 92,951} 49,863 403 Germany 65785 4,567 1,681 Greece 2,676 2,581 1, 303 Italy 16,795| 12,145 29977 Malta 2,088] 1,105 ~ 259 Netherlands 54232) 5,392 4y 325 Poland 3,787 2,398 = 16 Other 13541 1sleo 54 53: 17,541) }0

158, ee Be 544 135 753] 4,426

200,569

—— aE Other Birthplaces y ngieel GRAND TOTAL 676,252 ae 1318, 259

Little change occurred between Censuses in the Australian and European-born proportions of the total population. Of the total population at 30th June, 1961, 88 « 3 per cent. were Australian-born and 10.4 per cent. European—born compared with 88.0 per eent. and 10.9 per cent. respectively in 1954. Included in the 10-4 per ne meni born were: United Kingdom, 6.1 per cent. (7-1 per cent. in 1954) 3 ci CD Le3 per ae (1-3 per cent. in 1954); Netherlands, 0.6 per cent. (0.4 per gant. in 1954); and Germany, 0.6 per cent. (0.5 per cent. in 1954).

89,504

Of the European countries listed in the table the largest increases since L954 occurred in respect of the followings Netherlands, 4,325 persons; Italy, 2o911 Germany, 1,681 persons; and Greece, 1,302 persons.

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Ve Figures are not yet available for countries other than those shown in Table 4,

5. Period of Residence in Australia of Persons Born Outside Australia. -— The post-war migration flow into Australia is reflected in the following table which classifies the oversea-born population of Queensland according to period of residence in Australia. Of those persons born outside Australia who stated their period of residence, 63,895 in 1954 had resided in Australia less than 7 years, while in 1961 only 47,753 had been re- sident less than 7 years. TABLE 5. QUEENSLAND 2 PERIOD OF RESIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA OF PERSONS BORN OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. Exclusive of full-blood Aboriginals

Pariigdof _ Census, 30th June, | Residence in Australia Males |Females (Years) Under 1 25 1 and under 2 2 ey 0 " 3 3 w tt 4 4 ; - 4 tt Ww 5 5 " " 6 6 " "v 7 7 " ih} 14 TAs! Wl PAL 40,050 21 and over 9 Not Stated 97

Born outside Australia| 91,303] 66,361

4559 1775778 667,129] 1, 341,050| 180.4

744,249] 1,518,828] 200,569

Born in Australia 84, 949]|575 646] 151 TOTAL 676,252] 642,007} 1, 318,259)/774,579

6. Nationality (i.e. Allegiance). At 30th June, 1961, 1,484,405 persons or 9767 per cent. of the population of Queensland were British subjects compared with 1, 283,535 persons or 97.4 per cent. in 1954. Since 1954 the number of foreign nationals decreased by 301 (0.9 per cent. decrease).

Of the 177,778 oversea— born population 143,355 (or 80.6 per cent.) were British subjects (78.0 per cent. in 1954), while the remainder, 34,423 (19-4 per cent.) owed foreign allegiance.

The most numerous foreign nationals in Queensland at 30th June, 1961 were: Italian, 8,698; Dutch, 6,862; German, 3,132; and Greek, 1,861. Dutch, German, and Greek, together with Yugoslavian, were the only foreign nationalities listed in the table to show an increase between Censuses. The decreases shown for other foreign nationalities would indicate that any excess of arrivals over departures was counter- acted by the decrease due to naturalization (and death).

Figures are not yet available for nationalities or groupings of nationalities other than as shown in Table 6.

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TABLE 6. QUEENSLAND : NATIONALITY (i.e. ALLEGIANCE OF THE POPULATION, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. Exclusive of full—blood Aboriginals

Census, 30th June, 1954 [| Census, 30th June, 1961

Persons

Increase or Total |Decrease(-) since 1954

Nationality

Persons

British (a) -

Born in Australia 584 59491 575,646] 1,160,595] 673,921] 667,129 }1, 341,050] 180,455 Born outside Australia 20,41 TOTAL BRITISH 200,870 Foreign Dutch 1, 368 German Lens Greek 699 Hungarian - 130 Italian - 909 Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian -1,284 Polish —2, 368 Ukrainian - 785 Yugoslavian 304 Le 9L

Other (incl.Stateless) Gell 6 iL

sora, FoRaTON x4; r2q] 215342] 235001 | 34,425] - 200 GRAND TOTAL 676, 252] 642,007 1, 318, 259] 7745579] 744,249 |1,518,828} 200,569

(a) All persons of individual citizenship status who by virtue of the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948 are deemed to be British subjects. For purposes of this table Irish nationality is included with British.

7. Religion. - The following table sets out the religions of those persons who answered this question (which is not obligatory), at the Censuses of 1954 and 1961.

There were 175,341 persons or 11.5 per cent. of the population who gave no reply to the question in 1961 compared with 125,991 or 9.6 per cent. in 1954.

Church of England, with 486,316, had most adherents in 1961 followed by the Catholic Church with 372,350 consisting of 209,307 who described themselves as "Roman Catholic" and 163,043 as "Catholic". I+ is presumed that the great majority of the latter were adherents of the Roman Catholic Church. The Presbyterian Church had 173,316 adherents; Methodist, 165,556; Lutheran, 35,123; and Baptist, 22, 25 aie

Of those who stated their religious belief, the greatest numerical increase since 1954 was recorded by Roman Catholic and Catholic (so described) with 55,388. This was followed by Church of England with an increase of 32,221 persons; Presbyterian, 21,7303; Methodist, 19,100; Lutheran, 6,511; and Greek Orthodox, Be slays

The greatest proportional increases among Christian religions since 1954 were recorded by Greek Orthodox, 40.2 per cent.3 Seventh Day Adventist, 26-4 per cent.; lutheran, 22.8 per cent.; Roman Catholic and Catholic (so described), 17.5 per cent.;

and Salvation Army, 16.8 per cent.

The total number of adherents at 30th June, 1961 in all the Christian religions represented in Queensland was 1,333,163 compared with 1,183,685 in 1954. Adherents to Christian religions represented 99.2 per cents of all persons who replied to the religion question at the 1961 Census compared with 99.3 per cent. at the 1954 Census.

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TABLE 7..- QUEENSLAND : RELIGIONS OF THE POPULATION, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. Al

(Exclusive of full-blood Aboriginals)

a Census, 30th June, 196] Persons

Census, 30th June,19

Religion Males |Females| Persons| Males| Females Taree neon Socal ere since 1954 Christian Baptist 9,580] 10,533 20,113] 10,676} 11,577 2,140 Brethren 1,9C6| 2,236 4,142) 1,741) 2,058 - 343 Catholic, Roman (a) 68,274] 57,503] 125,777 {109,157 )|100,150 83,530 Catholic a 93,251! 97,934) 191,185) 79,909] 83,134 28,142 Churches of Christ 3,260] 3,491 Go7 511 . Sip Silene See 876 Church of England 232,0281222,067| 454,095 1247, 232 1239,084 42 oa7 Congregational 4,340] 4,746 9,086] 4,477) 4,689 80 Greek Orthodox 4,878} a eoe4 8,402 6,487 5D 290 eye iis, Lutheran 15,050] 13,562 28,612] 18,212] 16,911 6,511 Methodist 12,571 | T3,879) 146,456 181,970 83,585 19,100 Presbyterian 151,586 | 86,487} 86,829 21,730 Protestant (undefined) 10,2751 5,324) 4,575 a 26 Salvation Army 7,124] 3,960] 4,358 1,194 Seventh Day Adventist 4,331) 2,556) 2,917 1,142 Other (including Christian undefined) _.15,850')' 10,702). 21,238 6,090 TOTAL CHRISTIAN 91835685 1672,558 149,478 Non-Christian - Hebrew 1,340 702 - 6 Other 1,069] 91 291 TOTAL NON-CHRISTIAN 2,409 | 1 6ke 285 Indefinite 23597) 1,735 687 No Religion 357771 3,185 169 No Reply 125,991] 95,488 49,350

GRAND TOTAL 6765252 [642,007] 1, 318, 259|774579 {744,249 |1,518,828| 200,569 (a) So described in individual Census Schedules.

8. Industry. - The following table shows the main groups of industry for the male and female population of Queensland at 30th June, 1961 compared with 1954. For industry groups Finance and Property, Public Authority (n.e.i.) and Defence Services, and Community and Business Services (including Professional) the figures derived from the 1954 classification have been adjusted to the classification used in 1961.

The numerically largest industry group in 1961 was Manufacturing which ab- sorbed 111,904 persons (93,213 males and 18,691 females) and represented 19.1 per cent. of the total work force (20.6 per cent. in 1954). This was followed by Primary Product- ion, 17-4 per cent. of the total work force (20.4 per cent. in 1954); Commerce, 16.5 per cent. (15-1 per cent. in 1954); Building and Construction, 9.7 per cent. (94 per cent. in 1954); Commnity and Business Services (including Professional), 9.5 per cent. (7.9 per cent. in oe and Transport and Storage and Communication, 9.2 per cent. (9.7 per cent. in 1954). The groups Building and Construction, and Community and Business Services (including Professional), fifth and sixth respectively in numerical importance in 1954, rose to fourth and fifth places respectively in 1961. The Transport and Storage and Communication group fell from fourth to sixth place.

There were significant increases since 1954 in the number of persons engaged in Finance and Property, Community and Business Services (including Professional), Electricity, Gas, Water and Sanitary Services, and Commerce. These groups grew by 40.8 per cent.3 32.2 pei cente3 24.5 and 20.7 per cent. respectively which was sub- stantially higher than the increase in the total work force of 10.4 per cent. There was

a decrease of 6.1 per cent. since 1954 in the number of persons engaged in Primary Production.

Figures are not yet available for 1961 to show industry in any greater detail than that given in Table 8,

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TABLE 8. QUEENSLAND : INDUSTRY OF THE POPULATION, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961. (Exclusive of full—blood Aboriginals)

Census, 30th June, 1954 Census, 30th June, 1961 oan

rah | Persons rity ndustry Grou ne y P Males | Females| Persons | Males |Females Total eprtibes 2s

| since 1954

Primary Production 100, 932 7,306} 108,238 101,655] - 6,583

Mining and Quarrying 9,109 170 9,279 10,529 1,250

Manufacturing 90,838 109, 243

Blectricity, Gas,Water and Sanitary Services (Production, Supply and Maintenance

Building and Construct-— ion

Transport and Storage and Communication

Finance and Property

Commerce

Public Authority(n.e.i.) and Defence Services

Commnity and Business Services (including Professional) (a)

Amisement, Hotels and Other Accommodation, Cafes, Personal Service, etc.

Other Industries and Industry Inade- quately Described or Not Stated

sa on

7,406 49,579 46,765

8,259 53,864

16,823

79,854 | 20,890

19,638 41,978

33,177

Persons not in Work Force

GRAND TOTAL

145407.

200,569

(a) Includes police, fire brigades, hospitals, medical and dental services, education, and business services such as consultant engineering and surveying, accountancy and auditing, industrial and trade associations, advertising, etce

9. Occupational Status. The following table gives details of the Occupational Stavue of the population of Queensland at 30th June, 1961, compared with the 1954 Census. Tt shows the capacity in which persons were engaged in the work force, whether as employe'i’y employee, not at work, etce, as well as particulars of those persons not in the work

forcee

Of the total persons in the work force at 30th June, 1961, 75.0 per cent» Wi employees (76.5 per cent. in 1954)3 11.6 per cent. self-employed (12.6 per cent. in 1954); and 7.4 per cent. employers (7.9 per cent. in 1954).

There was a higher percentage of dependent population (i.e. persons not in the work force) to ersten in 1961 (61-5 per cent.) than in 1954 (59.8 a cent.). The increase since 1954 in the number of persons not in the work aes 18. per cent.) was greater than the increase in the work force (10.4 per cent. fore proportion of full-time students or children attending school to total Nadie 5 ae greater in 1961 than in 1954 (21.2 per cent. and 18.5 per cent. respectively). 26 Table 2. Age Distribution of the Population.

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TABLE 9. QUEENSLAND : OCCUPATIONAL STATUS OF POPULATION, CENSUSES, 1954 AND 1961.

(Exclusive of full-blood Aboriginals)

| Census, 30th June, 1954 Census, 30th June, 1961 = | Persons

Occupational Status increase or Total [ecrease(-)

Since 1954

In Work Force = At Work

Employer 36,692 43,497 1,830

Self-Employed 59,069 67,856 1, 389

Employee ALA Ole 438,856] 34,743

Helper (not on wage

or salary) 4,8 7 1,323 TOTAL 365639 Not at Work (a) - Unable to secure Employment 15, 968 Temporarily laid off 1,763 Sickness or Accident 1,739 Changing Jobs 1Te Other and Not Stated 243 TOTAL EAI ES 19,88 Not Stated (b) | - 1,362 TOTAL IN WORK FORCE 555162 Not in Work Force Child not attending School 20,599 Full time Student or Child attending School 79,089 Independent Means, including "Retired {so described)" 829 Home Duties 9,832 Pensimeror Annuitant 33,189 Inmate of Institution 963 Other 906

TOTAL NOT IN WORK FORCE

788,405 | 323,502 933,812 145,407

(a) The category "Not at Work" includes those who stated that they were usually engaged in work, but were not actively seeking a job at the time of the Genans by reason of sickness, accident, etc., or because they were on strike, changing jobs

or temporarily laid off, etc. It includes also persons able and willing to work

but unable to secure enployment, as well as casual and seasonal workers not actually in a job at the time of the Census. The numbers showm as "Not at Work", therefore, do not represent the number of unemployed available for work and unable to obtain it. (vb) In processing the 1961 Census data, an occupational status was allocated prior to tabulation in all instances where this information was not stated.

GRAND TOTAL 676,252

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LIST OF 1961 CENSUS PUBLICATIONS ISSUED TO DATE

Publication

Field Count Statements (a) -

INO’ les

Population of Capital Cities and Principal Towns: Australia

No. 2. New South Wales - Population of Municipalities and of Non-Municipal Towns (1,000 persons or more)

No. 3. Victoria - Population of Cities, Towns and Boroughs, and of Non-Municipal Towns (1,000 persons or more)

No. 4. Queensland - Population of Cities and Towns, and of Non-Municipal Towns (1,000 persons or more)

No. 5+ South Australia - Population of Municipalities and of Non-Municipal Towns (1,000 persons or more)

No. 6. Western Australia - Population of Municipalities and of Non-Municipal Towns (1,000 persons or more)

No. 7- Tasmania Population of Cities and of Towns (750 persons or more)

No. 8. Population of the Australian Capital Territory

No. 9. New South Wales -— Population of Shires

No.10. Victoria - Population of Shires

Noell. Queensland - Population of Shires

No.l2. South Australia - Population of District Councils

No.13. Western Australia - Population of Shires

Noel4. Tasmania - Population of Municipalities

No.15. Population of Districts of the Northern Territory

No.16. Population of States and Territories of Australia

Census Bulletins -

No. 1. Summary of Population and Dwellings for the Australian Capital Territory

No. 2. Population and Dwellings in Local Government Areas

No. 3. Summary of Population for Tasmania

No. 4. Summary of Dwellings for Tasmania

No. 5. Summary of Population and Dwellings for the Northern Territory

No. 6. Population and Dwellings of States and Territories, Metropolitan Urban, Other Urban and Rural Divisions

No. 7. Summary of Population and Dwellings for Norfolk Island

No. 8. Summary of Population and Dwellings for Cocos (Keeling) Islands

No. 9. Summary of Population and Dwellings for Christmas Island

No.10. Summary of Population for Western Australia

No.l11. Summary of Population for South Australia

No.12. Summary of Dwellings for Western Australia

No.13. Summary of Dwellings for South Australia

No.14. Summary of Population for Queensland

(a) Superseded by Census Bulletin No. 2. K. M. ARCHER

Date of Issue

22nd Sept., 1961

16th Oct., 16th Oct., 16th Oct., 16th Oct., 16th Oct.,

16th Oct., 16th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 19th Oct., 2nd Nov.,

l7th Jan., 14th March, 2lst March, 27th March, 27th March,

10th 12th

April, April,

13th 16th 26th

April, April, April, Ath May, 15th May, 25th May, 29th June,

COMMONWEALTH STATISTICIAN

COMMONWEALTH BUREAU OF CENSUS AND STATISTICS.

CANBERRA.

29TH JUNE, 1962.

Nee Giese

NOTE: Inquiries concerning these statistics may be made in Canberra by telephoning J1971 Extension 4 or, in State Capitals, by telephoning the offices of the Deputy Commonwealth Statisticians.

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