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The British Commonwealth and Empire

  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The British Commonwealth of Nations consists of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Ceylon, the Colonies and Protectorates, and the Territories under Trusteeship,

Books concerning the British Commonwealth

  1. The Cambridge History of the British Empire. 8 vols. Cambridge. 1929–40.Google Scholar
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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Victorian Statistical Office (295 Queen Street, Melbourne; Government Statist:—O. Gawler, F.I.A.) publishes:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office (Treasury Building, Brisbane) was set up in 1859; Government Statistician:—S. E. Solomon. A ‘Queensland Official Year Book’ was issued in 1901, the annual ‘ABC of Queensland Statistics’ from 1923 to 1936. Present publications include:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office is at 51 Pirie Street, Adelaide (G.P.O. Box 1433J); Government Statist:—A. W. Bowden, A.I.A. Although the first printed statistical publication was the’ statistics of South Australia, 1854’ with the title altered to’ statistical Register’ in 1859, there is a written volume for each year back to the inception of the State in 1838. These contain simple records of trade, demography, production etc., and were prepared only for the use of the Colonial Office. One copy was sent to that Office and one copy retained in the State

  1. The publications of the Department include the Annual Pocket Tear Book and the Annual Statistical Register, a printed Quarterly Summary of Statistics, a duplicated quarterly bulletin of building constructions, duplicated monthly bulletins of trade and general statistics, and approximately 15 special duplicated bulletins issued each year as particulars of various sections of statistics become available.Google Scholar
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Books of Reference. Statistical Iformation —The Western Australian Statistical Office (Cathedral Ave., Perth) was established in 1897; Government Statistician:—B. J. Little. Its principal publications are: Statistical Register of Western Australia.—Pocket Tear Book of Western Australia.—Quarterly Statistical Abstract

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office (T. & G. Building, Collins St., Hobart) was founded in 1877; Government Statistician,—J. C. Stephen. Main publications:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The statistical office for New Zealand is the Ce usus and Statistics Department (Wellington, C.l.); Government Statistician; G. E. Wood, O.B.E., M.A

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—A Government Statistical Office was set up in 1950 (Government Buildings, Suva); Government Statistician:—B. W. Parkinson

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  1. Publications of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics are classified as Reports, Memoranda and Reference Papers. The latter two classes are designed to include material that has a limited circulation only and is not intended for general distribution. Memoranda are fairly regular in their appearance but Reference Papers deal with special subjects. A complete list of these publications is contained in ‘Current Publications of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics’ (latest issue, 1950). Official publications include:—Google Scholar
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Books of Reference on the Commonwealth of Australia. Statistical Information.—The Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics (West Block, Canberra, A.C.T.) was established in 1906. An outline of the development of statistics in Australia is published in the Official Tear Book, No. 19. A complete list of publications can be obtained on request. Acting Commonwealth Statistician.—S. R. Carver

  1. The principal publications of the Bureau are:—Google Scholar
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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics (428 George St., Sydney) was established in 1886; Government Statistician:—S. B. Carver. Its principal publications are:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Victorian Statistical Office (295 Queen Street, Melbourne; Government Statist:—O. Gawler, F.I.A.) publishes:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office (Treasury Building, Brisbane) was set up in 1859; Government Statistician:—S. E. Solomon. A ‘Queensland Official Year Book’ was issued in 1901, the annual ‘ABG of Queensland Statistics’ from 1923 to 1936. Present publications include:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office is at 51 Pirie Street, Adelaide (G.P.O. Box 1433J); Government Statist:—A. w. Bowden, A.I.A. Although the first printed statistical publication was the’ statistics of South Australia, 1854’ with the title altered to’ statistical Register’ in 1859, there is a written volume for each year back to the inception of the State in 1838. These contain simple records of trade, demography, production etc., and were prepared only for the use of the Colonial Office. One copy was sent to that Office and one copy retained in the State

  1. The publications of the Department include the Annual Pocket Tear Book and the Annual Statistical Register, a printed Quarterly Summary of Statistics, a duplicated quarterly bulletin of building constructions, duplicated monthly bulletins of trade and general statistics, and approximately 15 special duplicated bulletins issued each year as particulars of various sections of statistics become available.Google Scholar
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Books of Reference. Statistical Iotobmation.—The Western Australian Statistical Office (Cathedral Ave., Perth) was established in 1897; Government Statistician:—B. J. Little. Its principal publications are: Statistical Register of Western Australia.—Pocket Tear Book of Western Australia.—Quarterly Statistical Abstract

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The Statistical Office (T. & G. Building, Collins St., Hobart) was founded in 1877; Government Statistician,—J. C. Stephen. Main publications:—

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—The statistical office for New Zealand is the Ce usus and Statistics Department (Wellington, C.l.); Government Statistician; G. 33. Wood, O.B.E., M.A

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Books of Reference. Statistical Information.—A Government Statistical Office was set up in 1950 (Government Buildings, Suva); Government Statistician:—B. W. Parkinson

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