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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 24

Table III.—Wages

s d. s. d Bakers, butchers, and brewers 7 6 to 8 6 per day. Blacksmiths 8 - to 9 - per day. Carpenters and coach builders 8 6 to 10 6 per day. Coopers, working engineers, stone masons, millers, and millwrights 8 - to 9 - per day. Plumbers and painters 7 - to 7 6 per day. Plasterers 9 - to 10 6 per day. Ropemakers 6 - to 7 - per day. Saddlers, shoemakers, and tailors 8 - to 9 - per day. Ordinary labourers 6 — to 7 - per day. Ploughmen, gardeners, and farm labourers, with house accommodation and partial supplies 12 6 to 22 6 per week. Female servants, with board 6 - to 12 - per week. Cooks and laundresses, with board 8 — to 12 — per week.

Table III.—Wages.

The following are the rates prevailing at Auckland in June and July, 1876, according to the last reports from the immigration officers:—