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Tabulated expenditure at Aboriginal stations

State Records Authority of New South Wales
Board for the Protection of Aborigines (Has creator , Is creator of )
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These volumes show the expenditure of the Board on the upkeep of its stations, and also act as a form of census of the Aborigine people on the stations. They are arranged alphabetically by name of station, then chronologically, and are divided into two tables, A and B. Table A gives the monthly total of Aborigines in the district, with divisions according to age and sex, and whether full-blood or half-caste; the number of Aborigines receiving rations, clothing etc. and the total amount of money spent. Table B shows date; special disbursements (particulars and amount); total amount disbursed; and remarks. Each volume has an index at the front. Volume 7/3641 contains some loose correspondence: the Index for 1888; an undated listing of the numbers of Aborigines in each district of New South Wales, town by town (noting whether male, female, or children, Aborigine or half-caste, and the number at school); a Government Stores Department Minute paper (No.87/4147 of 17 June 1887) which encloses several returns of Aborigines in the Grafton sub-district 1886-1887; and a letter from the Police Officer, Grafton, dated 16 February 1887, enclosing a list of names of Aborigines recommended for clothing. (7/3640-41; microfilm copy SR Reel 2847). 2 vols. Note This description is extracted from the Concise Guide to the State Archives of New South Wales. 3rd edition, 2000.

Created: 1887-01-01 to 1891-12-31

Data time period: 31 12 1886 to 30 12 1890

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