TE PUKE, BAY OF PLENTY, NEW ZEALAND
SHEEP RETURNS 1900/1901
Sheep returns appeared in the AJHR's (Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives and make interesting reading to see where the wealth was distributed within New Zealand at the time.
Te Puke and districts appeared under Tauranga County - Bay of Plenty Subdivision.
|As at 30 April 1900||As at 30 April 1901|
|BNZ Estates Co||Rangiuru, Te Puke||12||35|
|BENNETT||W A||Te Puke||45||Nil|
|BOUCHER||E W||Te Puke||290||Nil|
|BROWN||Ralph||Kaikokokopo, Te Puke||40||Nil|
|GRAHAM Bros||Te Puke||1300||Nil|
|McEWEN||D I||Rangiuru, Te Puke||Nil||280|
|McKEE||W I||Te Puke||132||13|
|TANNER||Thomas||Mata, Te Puke||85||50|
|WALLACE||T & G||Pongakawa||80||20|
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