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Not. 7, 1907.]



THE BOARD OF TRADE JOTJENAL.



255



Openings for British Trade,



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

The Philippine "Official Gazette" of the 18th September publishes
the text of an Act making appropriations for
Pablic Works. certain public works, permanent improvements,
and other purposes of the Insular Government,
including road-making, bridge and building construction, irriga-
tion, &c. The "Gazette" containing further particulars of the
projected works, and showing the sum allotted in each case, may
be seen at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of
Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, E.G.

MEXICO.

The "Diaries Oficialos" of 20th September and 9th, 10th, 11th,

H dr El t • 12th, 14th, 15th, 18th, and 19th October contain

Plant. • ^^^^^®^ ^f applications made to the Government

by various persons for appropriating water from

certain rivers for motive power. The following table gives

particulars : —



" Diario."


Applicant.


River.


State.


20th Sept.


Sr. Jos^ R. Ochoa

„ A. Ruiz 7 la Sociedad


Ck)ahuayana


Jalisco.




Santacruz y Olivier ...


Atoyac


Puebla.




„ Adolfo Urista


Tunal


Durango.




„ Lie. V. Palafox


Santiago


Jalisco.




„ P. Applewhite


Grande


Oazaca.




Srs. Crescencio Benavides y








Ra£ae\ Villareal


Sabinas


Nuevo L^on.




Sr. Victor Manuel CastiUo ...


Santa Barbara


Chihuahua.


9th Oct....


„ Fernando [glesias


Chiflon


Veracruz.




Sra. Lorenza R. Braniff


Cuantitlin


Mexico.




Sr. Faustino H. Heraandez...


Santiago


Jalisco.




„ Manuel A. Barrantes ...


San Lorenzo


Sinaloa.




„ Luis H. R. von Ruecan...


Ameca or Piginto ...


Jalisco.


10th Oct.


„ Silvefltre fleredia


Lerma


Michoac^c.




„ Martin Falomir


ChuviscAr


Chihuahua.




„ Eugenio H. Gay on


(Sea tide)


Sonora.




„ Miguel Cordero


del Presidio


Sinaloa.


nth Oct.


„ Joan Rio de la Loza ...


Various streams ...


Distrito Federal.




„ Rafael de la Garza


las Higueras


Nueyo L^on.




„ Jos^ A. Romo


Sonora


Sonora.




„ Justo Salgado


San Jo86orAsunci6n


Mexico.


12th Oct.


„ Juan Filizola


Purificaci6n


Tamaulipas.


14th Oct.




^an Antonio


Tamaulipas.


15th Oct.


Compaflia Minera de Tlalchi-








chilpa y Anexas


Amacusac


Guerrero.




Sr. Luis Pintado


Ameca


Jalisco.


18th Oct.


„ Federico Ritter


Nazas


Coahuila.




„ Luis Fernandez Castello


T ja A Iberca ft la Mori ta


Coahuila.


mhOct.


„ Victor Manuel Castillo...
Sies. TomiiA, P. Honey y Jos^


Chimalapa


Chiapas.




L. Martlnes


£1 Pnrgatoria


Between the
States of Hidalgo
and Puebla.



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256 THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAL. [Not. 7, 1907.

Openings for British Trade,

jJiEAyAQO^contimted,

The *•' Diario Oficial " of 17th October announces that the contract

.... granted to the Mexican Flume and Lumber

n JIm Company for the construction of a railway fix)m

construction. q^j^j^ ^ .,^ ^^^^^^ ^^ "Board of Trade

Journal ** of 6th December, 1906, p. 453) has been rescinded. The
plans for the construction of the line become the property of the
Government to dispose of as they think fit.

GUATEMALA.

The Belgian Legation in Guatemala report that a contract has

«., been entered into by the Guatemalan Govem-

C t ^^ ment for the construction of a railway from

tons rue ion. ganta Cruz to the frontier, passing as near as

possible to Metapan (Salvador).

URUGUAY.

The " Diario Oficial " of 4th October contains a copy of a Decree

Pulverisers and authorising the free importation of two pul-

Motors verisers and two motors, with accessories, for

the Junta Econ6mico-Administrativa de la

Capital.

The "Diario" of 6th October contains a copy of a Decree
A 1.A ri. • authorising the " Empresa de Navegaci6n

^lottors, cuams, jjj^qI^ Mihanovich " to introduce free of duty
passes, c. ^j^^ following material for use in the construc-
tion of the steamers " Posadas " and " Gorrientes " : — 900 metres
of chain for anchors, 16 shackles for the same, 4 anchors of 350
kilos, each, 25 '' obloes " of brass and thick glass, 8 navigation
lights, 2 ship's compasses, 12 hanging lamps of the " Cs^rdan "
suspension system.

The "Diario" of 5th October contains a copy of an agreement made

'Railwar y^'itYi the Ferrocarril Urugayo del Bate relative

c «4^mA4^ ^^ ^^^ extension of their line from La Sierra

^^^^"^"^^^^ to San Carlos, Maldonado and Rocha.

The "Diario" of 8th October contains a copy of a decree

authorising the Ferrocarril Central del Uruguay to construct a

siding in the station of Paso del Cerro in order to facilitate the

crossing of trains between the stations of Rio Negro and Rivero.

ARGENTINA.

The " Boletin Oficial " of 30th September contains a copy of a decree

-J. , whereby the Government authorise the Executive

n Mi^AX Department to expend 50,000 dols. (about

wmstmction. 4^4001.) in constructing a bridge over the

Arroyo Tapalqu6.



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K)7.1 THE BOASD OF TBADE JOTTSNAL. 257

Openings far British Trade,

tiRQ^WniiAr^ontinued.

Joletin** of 7th October contains a copy of a new law

- (No. 5,315) relative to railway concessions.
to ® '^^ contains 22 articles, of which some

f^® deal with rules to be complied with by the

. ^ persons to whom new lines are conceded, and

**^ ^** others afford them certain privileges, such as
ait to introduce materials free of duty. The ** Boletin '*
ng the law may be seen at the Commercial Intelligence
of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

Joletin*' of 8th October contains a copy of a decree

- , authorising the "Direcci6n General de Obras
^ de Salubridad " to construct an aqueduct over

^ ®^ the mouth of the Stubal lake for the passage
-inking water pipe from Golastin6 to Santa F6. The amount
ed to be expended by Government is 110,912 dols. (about



EXHIBITIONS.
UNITED KINGDOM.

,rd of Trade have received particulars of the Stanley Show,
p^ - 1907 (under the management of the Stanley

^ Sh * Cycling Club), being the thirty-first annual

^' ^^' exhibition of cycles, motor cycles, motor
components, accessories, parts, and machinery used in

mufacture, to be held at the Royal Agricultural Hall,
N., from the 22nd to the 30th November (inclusive).

lications should be addressed to the Secretary of the

Show Committee, Mr. E. A. Lamb, 19, Southampton

fs, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

RUSSIA.

ference to the notice on p. 601 of the " Board of Trade
^ - Journal " of the 26th September, relative to an
monai International Exhibition of Heating and Light-
>ition j^g Appliances to be held in St. Petersburg,*

"2^ under the auspices of the Imperial Russian

Ltmg Technical Society, from the 14th December to

ICM at ^j^^ j^^j^ February next, the Board of Trade
^rsDurg. j^^^^ ^^^ received, through the Foreign OflBce,
e Russian Embassy in London, copies of the pro-
Ac., of the exhibition. They may be seen at the
sial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73,
Jl Street, London, E.C., and, although received too late
se of would-be exhibitors, may be of interest.



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Exhibiticms.



The Russian Embassy state that the Imperial Russian Te
Society intend to hold a Russian Conference, from the 9tl
20th January, for the purpose of studying questions coi
with lighting. Foreigners will be eligible for membersh
theses in foreign languages may be read.

FRANCE.

With reference to the notice on p. 209 of the " Board of
J . X- 1 Journal" of 31st October regarding an
international national Electrical Exhibition to be 1
T? i!^^ . Marseilles in 1908, H.M. Consul-Genen

1? iU (^^* ^- ^' ^^^^^y> M.V.O.) has now foi

copies of circulars and applications fo

(in English), which may be obtained by British firms

Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Tra

Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

The British Vice-Consul at Toulouse (Mr. T. Huggins) repo

_ . f 1 ^^ International Industrial Exhibition i
international j^^j^ j^ ^y^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ j^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^

EaSti t ^^® exhibits will include all prodi

- , industry, agriculture, arts and sciences,

^®' products being admitted free of Customi

on condition of being returned to their country of origin \

period of one month after the closing of the Exhibition.

A copy of the general regulations may be seen at the C
cial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Ba
Street, London, E.C.



CENSUS OF PRODUCTION.
A meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Buildi
Contracting Trades was held on the 4th November, at the c
the Board of Trade. There were present: — Mr. A. Wils*
C.B. (in the chair), Mr. Henry HoUoway, Mr. H. H. ]
Mr. Edward Goulding, Mr. John Beal, Mr. Thomas C
Mr. James Leslie, Mr. W. Nicholson, Mr. G. J. Stanley,
Mr. H. W. Macrosty, and Mr. G. C. L. Maunder (acting sec

BRITISH TRADE ABROAD.
Bonmania. — The British 7ice-Consul at Constantssa (M
Pogson), writing on the general development of that
remarks that even though the Kingdom of Roumania b
its undeniable progress in education, wealth and civ
generally entitles it to greater attention than is at presei
to it by British merchants and manufacturers. Much, 1
may be done by a practical and personal knowledge e\
small country. Representatives of foreign firms can be
Constantza every day. (Foreign Office^ Annual Series, 3,9J



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)7.J THE BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. 259

3E UNDER THE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

ACT, 1904.
>llowiiig is a copy of a Notice (No. 57) giving the result
xamination and testing of a weighing instrument for use
that has been submitted fo the Boaixi of Trade under the
IS of Section 6 of the Weights and Measures Act, 1904 : —

(57)



card of Trade have examined and tested a pattern of a
iputing weighing instruuient of the form herewith shown,



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260 THE BOABD OF TRADE JOXTRNAL.

Notice under the Weights and Measures

consisting of levers working in combination witt
vertical racks arranged to gear into pinions mo
ends of the axle of an overhead drum, marked v
to 14 lb. by i oz., and money values by whole
from 3d. to Is, 9d. per lb. The readings are g
metal wires permanently fixed in position, and th
can only be altered by mechanical aid. The B(
certiticate under the provisions of Section 6 of t
the pattern is not such as to facilitate the perpet



VICTORIAN PRODUCE IN 18

The following statement showing the est
Victorian products in 1906 has been receive
of Trade from the Agent-General for Victoria,
comparison the corresponding figures for the pre
been added : —



Cultirat ion.

Wheat

Oats

Barley, malting

„ other

Maize

Other cereals

GraHS and cloTer seed

Potatoes

Onions

Other root crops

Hay

Straw

Green foiage*

Tobacco

Grapes not made into wine, raisins, &c.
Raisins, ordinary

,, sultanas



3,8(

6;

11

(

i

I

s

1.64

I
i

i

i



* Exclusive of area under sown grasses.



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THE BOAXD OF TRADE JOTTSNAL.*



261



Victorian Produce in 1906.



1905.



1906.



OtUtiration^contimied,

Currants

Wine

Hops

Other crops

Orchards and gardens, growing fruit for sale

„ „ private

Market gardens

Total

Dairying and Pastoral.

Milk consumed in natural state

Butter made

Cheese made

Cream made (not for butter)

Concentrated milk

Horses

Cattle

Sheep

Pigs

Wool produced

ToUl

Mining,

Cold

Coal

Stone from quarries, including limestone

Salt (crude)

Other metads and minerals

Total ..,

Fbrett Produce,

Timber (forest saw mills only)

Firewood (estimated)

Bark for tanning



Honey and beeswax
Poultry (estimated)
Babbits and hares ..
Fiah and crayfish ..



Total ...
MiseeVaneoun,



Total



Total value of primary products
Manufacturing — value added during process

Grand total ...



&

11,952

86,S2S

11,663

27,735

869,600

9,924

183,325



21,994

110,761

12,960

28,609

476,216

9,870

197,660



7,728.421



7,676,647



697,276
2,496,680

102,668
16,580
40,664

176,267
2,064,000
l,599,800t

831,140
8,813,550



737,719
2,978.860

116,860
20,088 I
69,516

335,638
2,480,226
l,913,202t

325,381
3,869,000



10,837,410



12,836,884



3,173,744
79,060
81,565
10,440
16,646



3,280,478

80,283

63.272

9,278

21,550



3,361,456



142,905

380,000

63,820



686,725



16,2 6

1,491,660

183,560

69,034



1,760,350



24,274,361
9,661,2501



33,936,611



3,454,856



158,S09

385,000
64,260



602,569



39,016

1,500,660

164,547

67,776



1,771,887



26,242,243
10,.S06,963t



36,649,206



t Exclusive of value of wool obtained from skins stripped and that on skins
exported.

X Exclusive of butter and cheese factories and forest saw mills (as regards
Victorian timber) included above.



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TnS BOAXD OF TRADE J0T7SNAL.



[Nov. 7, 190r.



OUTPUT OP IRON ORE, PIG IRON, AND STEEL IN
CERTAIN COUNTRIES.

The following particulars of the output of iron ore, pig iron
and steel in the principal producing countries of the wond are
extracted from a Return* relating to Iron and Steel (see p. 290)
recently issued by ,the Board of Trade : —

Iron Ore. — The total output of iron ore in the world probably
amounted in 1905 to about 114 million tons, the principal producers
being the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Spain,,
in the order given, these countries accoimting for about 78 per cent^
of the total output of the world. From the preliminary figures so far
available for 1906 it is estimated that the world's output amoimted
to about 125 million tons.

The following statement shows the total output of iron ore in
the principal countries in which it is mined, or in which the
smelting of iron is an important industry, in the years 1904 and
1905, figures for 1906 being added where such are available : —

Production of Iron Ore.



Country.


1904.


1905.


1906.




Tons.


Tons.


Tons.


United States of America


27,644,000


42,526,000


49,670,000t


Germany (including Luxemburg) ...


21,693,000


28,067,000


26,805,OOOt


United Kingdom


1SJ74,000


14,691,000


15,500,000


Bpain


7,887,000


8,981,000


9,982,000t


France


6,910,000


7,276,000


) not


Bussia


6,187,000


6,400,000


i avalUible


Sweden


4,019,000


4,295,000


4,429,000


Austria-Hungary


8,191,000


8,618,000


4,086,000t


Belgium


204,000


175,000


197,000t



Over 3 million tons of iron ore are produced in countries other
than those given above, the greater part of which is destined for
exportation. The following statement shows the quantity produced
in a few of the more important of these countries in each of the
years 1903-5 :—



Country.


1903.


1904.


1905.




Tons.


Tons.


Tons.


Newfoundland


689,000


590,000


690,000


Canada


286,000


196,000


259,000


Italy


873,000


408,000


361,000


Greece


523,000


415,000


458,000


Algeria


679,000


461,000


659,000


Cubat


624,000


887,000


561,000



♦ Iron and Steel, 1906. 360. Price Zd. Obtainable from Messrs. Wyman k Sons,.
Limited, Fetter Lane, B.C.

t Prorisional figures.

1 These particulars are described as " Shipments from the Mines " in the Province-
of Santiago de Cuba.



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THB BOASD OF TRAOB lOWNJLL.



263



OiUput of Iron Grey Pig IroUy and Steel in Certain Countries.

vg Iron. — The total quantity of pig iron produced in the world
905 probably amounted to about 53^ million tons, the principal
[ucers being the United States, Germany, and the United
gdom in the order named, the three countries together
unting for about four-fifths of the total output of the world,
iminary figures so far available for 1906 indicate a production
far short of 58^ million tons.

he following statement shows the total output of pig iron in
principal producing countries in the years 1904-1906. The
res given include in some cases a small quantity of castings
ined directly from the blast furnaces : —
Production of Pig-iron.



Country.


1904.


1905.


1906.




Tons.


Tons.


Toni.


id States


16,497,000


22,992,000


25,807,000*


any (includiDg Luxemburg) ...


9,896,000


10,700,000


12,096,000*


!d Kingdom


8,694,000


9,608,000


10.149,000*


je


2,926,000


3,028,000


8,266,000*


a


2,930,000


2,660,000


2,619,0C0*


ia-Hungary


1,864,000


1,616,000


1,650,000*


am


1,262.000


1,289,000


1,408,000*


en ...


520,000


631,000


595,000


^


380,000


387,000


373,000*



ery little pig iron is produced in any of the countries not
ided in the tables. Some reference may be made, however, to
production in Canada, which has increased considerably in the
decade. The figures for the three last years were 271,000

in 1904, 471,000 tons in 1905, and 534,000 tons in 1906.
eeL — At the present time the greater proportion of the pig

consumed is utilized in the production of steel, the use of

haying increased very markedly in recent years. The total
production of the world in 1905 may be put at about
00,000- tons, and that for 1906 at nearly 49,500,000 tons.
iie following statement shows the quantity of steel produced in
years 1904-5, figures for 1906 being given where such are
[able, in the countries for which similar information is given

regard to pig iron : —

Production of SteeL



Country.


1904.


1905.


1906.




Tons.


Tons.


Tons.


d States


13,860,000


20,024,000


23,866,000*


any (includiDg Luxemburg) ...


8,786,000


9,906,000


10,966,000*


d Kingdon


6,027,000


6,812,000


6,462,000


36


2,064,000


2,204,000


2,383.000*


a


2,711,000


1,623,000*


1,735,000*


im ,,, ,,, ,,,


1,602,000


1,688,000


NotaTaiUble.


la-Hnngary


1,176.000


1,169,000


1.176,000*


en


827,000


362,000


391,000


I


191,000


234,000


254,000



* FroTisional fignres.



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264 THE BOAED OF TRADE JOITENAL. [Not. 7, 1907.

PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGES.

BRITISH INDIA.

The "Indian Trade Journal," which was issued by the Indian
liVnl • ' A t« Government on 10th October last, notifies that
^^A^^^Mi ' ^^^ Governor-General in Council proposes, in
« -^^ exercise of the powers conferred by sec. 5 of

*®«^^^^®^*- the Indian Explosives Act. 1884, to amend the
rules issued under a Notification of 31st May, 1907,* reflating
the transport and importation of explosives into British India.

The effect of the proposals is to provide for the importation of
certain explosives by sea at the port of Chittagong, the license for
which may be granted by the District Magistrate at that port.

It is stated that the proposals will be taken into consideration
by the Governor-General in Council on the expiration of two
months from the date of the publication (viz., 28th September,
1907) of the present Notification in the " Gazette of India "



TARIFF CHANGES

AND CUSTOMS REGULATIONS.

AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH.

With reference to the notice which appeared on p. 171 of the
I rtati f " ^^^^ ^^ "^^^^ Journal " for 24th October last
P ^^t Mfi^^' ^ respecting the Bill dealing with the impor-
^ ^ ' tation and sale of patent medicines in the

Commonwealth, the Board of Trade have now received, through
the OflScer-in-Charge of the Commonwealth OfiSces in London, a
copy of a further cablegram, dated 29th October, 1907, from which
it appears that the information previously given was erroneous as
the proposed Bill ** will provide for compulsory disclosure of
formulae and trade descriptions of patent medicines, except in
special cases."

The ** Commonwealth Gazette " for 24th August last contains a
notice, dated 14th August, 1907, notifying that,
Drawbacks. in accordance with the provisions of Customs
Regulation No. 131, a drawback of duty may
be allowed on the undermentioned material, used in the manufac-
ture of articles within the Commonwealth upon their exportation,
subject to certain specified conditions : —

Gelatine, used in the manufacture of jelly crystals.

A copy of a cablegram has been received from the Officer-in-Charge

"Frfift I rtati ^^ ^^^ Commonwealth Offices in London stating

of Min°^^Arti 1 ^ *'^** *'^® following additional articles have been

' ^ ' included in the Customs By-law enumerating

♦ For which, see " Board of Trade Journal '* for llth July, 1907.



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265



Tarijf Changes and Customs Regvlaiions.



AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH-^^«<i«*^^.

nor articles for the manufacture of goods within the Common-
alth, which will be admitted free of duty : —

Brass or iron boot wire.

Heel circlets, being small horse-shoe shaped articles driven
into heel in lieu of sprigs.

Labels for furniture.

Curb chains for saddlery.

Cork tips and sides for hats.

Ith reference to the notice which appeared on p. 216 of last
• fid T 'ff week's issue of the '* Board of Trade Journal"
^R^tflii respecting the duties leviable on confectionery

rtaf kr^ 1 imported into the Commonwealth, the Board of
^^ ' Trade have received a further cablegram stating
t, under item 45a, a duty of 3d, per lb. will be imposed, with
>ct from 30th October, under the General Tariff and 2JtZ. per lb.
ler the British Tariff — thus doubling the preference allowed on
tish confectionery.

;t is further stated that the Commonwealth House of Repre-
tatives have adopted the rates given for the articles specified
ler items 456 to 536 of the Tariff, but item 53 (c) was amended
imposing, on and after 30th October, a duty of Id. per lb.
stead of l^d,) on preserved fish in tins.
LTie following new sub-item was passed : —
Fish of all kinds caught from or cured, dried or preserved by
any process on board any Australian registered ship, fitted
out in, and sailing from, any port in the Commonwealth and
imported in such ship on and after 30th October, Free.

it further copy of a cablegram has been received notifying that
ious Tariff items, from 54 to 105, have been passed by the
mmonwealth House of Representatives.

Nith the exception of items 89, 94-6, 100, and 103-4, which
e been postponed, all the rates remain unaltered, except the
owing : —







Tariff on goods, the


Articles.


General Tariff.


prodi CO or

manufacture of the

United Kingdom.


^ Dates Per lb.


Id. from 31 Oct. *07


Id. from 81 Oct., '07


Potato flour*






Hay and chaff


Free „ „ >,


Free „ », ^


Herbs dried (not medicinal)






adval.


2^ /o »> '» »»


20% „ „ M


Honey, jams and jellies, includ-






ing calves' foot, but not meat




.


jellien Per lb.


2d. „ 1 Nov. ,.


nd. ,. 1 Nov., »07



• Item deleted. The duty on starch flours has not yet been considered.



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267



Tarijf Changes and Ctutams Regulations.

• [

DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND.



jination of
iciprocal
sment with
Ji Africa.



referenoe to the notice which appeared on p. 183 of the
" Board of Trade Journal " for 24th January
last respecting a I'eciprocal Customs Treaty
between New Zealand and South Africa, the
Board of Trade have now received a copy of the
''New Zealand and South African Customs
r" Ratification Act, 1907 (No. 2 of 1907), dated 12th July
*atifying and confirming the Treaty which was temporarily
ht into force by an Order-in-Council of 7th January, 1907,
the ^* New Zealand and South African Customs Duties
rocity Act, No. 63 of 1906," and also continuing the
ion of the Treaty until terminated by the Governor by
•in-Council published in the New Zealand " Gazette."



SOUTH AFRICA.



Cape of Good Hope Government Gazette '* for 4th October
contains a Customs Notice, dated 3rd October,
1907, giving the following Tariff decisions
respecting the rates of duty leviable on various

« imported into South Africa which have been issued by

of the Board of Control : —



astoms
Misions.



Articles, and how classed.


Tariff
No.


Bate of
Duty.


Rebate allowed
upon GoodA the

produce or

manufacture of

the United

Kingdom

and reciprocating

Colonies.


bars

X) flour


44a
175


26% ad ral,
15 % „


3 % aJ val.
3% .,



CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.



reference to the notices which appeared in the " Board of



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