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4d.

2d.

lei.
4d.

6d.


catsup 20 96
lauces 4s.

1 val. ; other, 4s.
4d.
Jd.
id.
6d.




pepper, and pimento, ungrouod

the lb.

Sugar the lb.

Treacle and molasses ... the lb.*

Vinegar, not exceeding 6*5 per cent.

of acidity, calculated as acetic acid

the gallon


2d. up to 31st Oct^ 1907.

thereafter free.
Jd. up to 31st Oct., iSOT,

thereafter free,
id. up to 31st Oct.. IfOr.

thereafter free.


7J1.» W.


Capern, carraway seeds, caviare,
cayenne pepper, curry powder, and
paste, fish paste, olives ... ad val.


Caviare 2d. t
20


he lb. ; other

9o


2096 2S>r.


lard and rffined animal fats, not
otherwise enumerated ad vaL

Meats, potted or preserved ad val.
I^rovisions, not otherwise enumerated

ad val.

Vegetables, fresh, dried, or preserved

ad val.


2096
2096
2096

209^


200/0
209^
2096

2096


80 96* 1 M^
30 9^* ' 9i 9t

30 96* 1 M?^

1

30 %• m9^



♦ The rate of duty eiven under the •' General Tariff " will not come into force until after the Va
March, 1908. Up to that date the lower or preferential rate of duty will be levied on goods of boefc
British and Foreign production or manufacture.



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21



DOMINION OP NEW ZBAUAmy-^otUinieed.

IMPORT BVTIES— continued.



Names of Artiole&



Old Rates of Duty.



General Taiift.



Tariff on Oooda
the iiYoduce or
Manufacture of
some part of the
British Dominions.



Neir Rates of Duty.



General TkriA



Taiiif on Goods
the Produce or
Manufacture of
some part of the
Britiahl)o(minions«



Class I. — oonHnued,

Fniits, preserred in juice or gyrup

ad vaL

(It is stated in the new Tariff

that fraits, preserved in jaice,

or sjnip^ortified with alcohol

to any extent exceeding 83

per cent, of proof spirit, shall

be charged 16s. per proof

gallon on such juice or syrup,

in addition to 25 per cent, ad

▼alorem on the total value of

the goods.)

Milk or cream, preserved, evaporated,

or dried ad val.

Class II.
yobaeeo.

Cigarettes, not exceeding in weight
24 lb. per 1,000 ... the 1,000

Cigarettes, not otherwise enumerated

the lb.

Cigars, including the weight of every
band, wrapper, or attachment to any
cigar ... ... ... the lb.

Souff , the lb.

Tobacco, including the weight of every
label, tag or other attachment

the lb.

Tobacoo.nnmanof acturcd,entered to be
manufactured in New Zeal4nd in
any licensed tobacco manufactory,
for manufacturing purposes only,
into tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, or
snuff ... ••• ... the lb.

Class IIT.

Alcoholic Bt-%^rage» and Material

for making the Same.

Ale, beer of all sorts, porter, cider and
perry, when cootaining more than
2 per cent, of proof spirit; the
gallon, or for six reputed quart
bottles or the equivalent in bottles
of a larger or smaller reputed
quantity ... ... the gallon



26%



Preserved 25%



178. 6d.t



18.
78.



88. 6d.



2s.



25%.



Preserved 25 %



17s. Cd.t )



2s.t



7ji.

78.



38. 6d.



28.



37; %•



87; %♦



178. 6d.

7s.



/s.

7s.



38. 6d.



28.



25%



2«.t



2s.



23%



178. Gd.

78.



78.

7s.



88. 6d.



2s.



28.



* The rate of duty given under the *• General Tariff" will not come into force until after the 3l^t
March, 1908. Ojp to ihat date the lower or preferential rate of duty will be levied on goods of both
British and Foreign production or manufacture.

t And for all weight in excess of 24 lb?, per 1,000, €d. the oz.

} Irrespective of strength.



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[Not. 21, 1907.



DOMINION OF NEW Z^RAluAHD-^ontinued.
IMPOST BJmE& -eantinued.





Old BAtes of Doty.


NewBstMofDotf.






Tariff on QoodM




Tariff oeGopdi


JTaaMt of Artidflft




the l>roduoe or




tlMProdiiMflr




GenenlTaxifl.


If anufucture of

•ome part of the

BritUhDominiont.


Qcnenlltoiff.


Maniilartnwrf

■ome part <rfth»

BritiahDoniaiflMU








Class Ilh^-continued.










Cordials, bitters, and liqueurs, when










exceeding the strength of 38 per










cent, of proof spirit, but not ezceed-










the strength of proof










the liquid gallon


16s.*


16s.*


168.


166.


Cordials, bitters, and liqueurs, when










exceeding the strength of proof


16s. the liquid


16s. the liquid


168.


168.


the proof gallon


galL*


gall.*






Hops the lb.

Maize, flaked the bushel


9d.


6(L


9d.


6d.


Not ta


riflEed.


Is.


18.


Malt, whole or ground ... the bushel


28.


28.


2s.


28.


Rice malt the lb.


Id.


Id.


Id.


Id.


Solid wort the lb.


6d.


6d.


6d.


6d.


Spirits and spirituous mixtures, the










strength of which can be ascer-
tained by Sykes's hydrometer or


















other instrament, the proof gallon


16b.


16s.


168.


168.


(No allowance beyond 16*5










under proof shall be made
for spints or spirituous mix-


















tures of a less strength than










16-6 under proof.)










Spirits and spirituous mixtures, sweet-










ened, not otherwise enumerated,










when not exceeding the strength of










proof '.. ... ,the liquid gallon


16s.


166.


168.


166.


Spirits and spirituous mixtures, sweet-










ened, not otherwise enumerated.










when exceeding the strength of










proof the proof gallon


16s.


16s.


16s.


168.


Spirits and spirituous mixtures, in










bottles or jars in cases, shall be










charged as follows, vii. — Two










gallons and under as two gallons,










oyer two gallons and not exceeding










three as three gallons, oyer three gal-










lons and not exceeding four as four










gallons, and so on for any greater










quantity contained in any case.










Spirits and spirituous mixtures, con-










taining more than 33 per cent, of










proof spirit, in combination with










other ingredients, and although










thereby coming under any other










designation excepting medicinal










preparations otherwise enumerated










• the liquid gallon


16s.


16s.


16s.


168.



* Irrespective of strength.



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Not. 21, 1907.] srFPLEMEITT TO THE BOASD OP TEASE TOimRAL.



28



DOMINION OF NEW ZEAUAHU-<^onHnued.
IMPOBT VVTIEa-cimtinued.





Old Rates of Dat7. |


New Kates of Dtit|r.






Tariff on Goods




Tariff on Goods


Names Of ArtidM.




the Prodnoe or




the Produce or




General T^xlfl.


Manufacture of


General Tazifl.


Manufftctore of






8om« part of the


some pan of the
British DomiBiona.


Class llL^^ontiHued.










Wine.— The tenn " wine " as applied
to the new Tariff includes


















medicated wine or wine










mixed with food ; also such










spiritnouB beyerages and fluid










foods, containing leas than 3H










per cent, of proof spirit, as










may be so decided bj the










Minister.










Wine, Aostralian, containing not more










than 40 per cent, of proof spirit ;










the gallon, or for six reputed quart










bottles, or the equivalent in bottles












of a larger or smaller reputed


Containing not more than 86 %






qoantity the gallon

Wine, other than sparkling and Aus-


of proof spirit, 6s.


68. •


58.


^ ^






tralian, containing not more than










40 per cent, of proof spirit; the










gallon, or fbr six reputed quart






-




botUes, or the equivalent in bottles










of a IsLTger or smaller reputed










qoanmy the gallon


68.


6s.


6s.


68.


Wine, sparkling, containing not more










than 40 per cent of proof spirit ;










the gallon, or for six reputed quart










bottles, or the equiyalent in bottles










of a larger or smaller reputed










quantity the gallon


98.t


9s.J


98.


98.


Wine of any kind containing more
than 40 per cent, of proof spirit

the liquid gallon


N.








^^


'




Not tariffed.


168. .


168.


CLAflS IV.








Non- Alcoholic Beverages and










MateriaU for making same.










Chicory the lb.


8d.


3d.


Sjd.*


3d.


Cocoa and chocolate, including cocoa-










beans roASted and crushed; also










cocoa or chocolate mixed with milk










or any other food substance whao-










aoeTer the lb.


3d.


3d.


3fd.*
3|d.*


8d.


Coffee, roasted the lb.


8d.


3d.


3d.


Tea,n.o.e.t the lb.


2d.


2d.


^^^


2d.t



* The rate of duty giren under the *' General Tariff " will not come into force until after the 81s^
ICarch, 1908. Up to that date the lower or preferentiiil rate of duty will be levied on goods of both
British and Foreign production or manufacture.

t &!0 Class ly., Schedule B, for tea in bulk.

X Irreepective of strength.



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SXTFFLEUEKT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOUSNAL. [Not. 21, ISfft.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND-«<h^<'»"'-

IMPOBT DUTIES— (MmtMtUMl.





OldRatMofDuty.


Vew Mates of Duty.






Tuiir on Goods




Tariff on Goods


Vamet of Article*.




the Prwluoe or




thePTodanor




QmenXTBiitt,


Mannfaoture of

M)m« mirt of the

Oria«hl>ominioiui.


Oeneral Tariff.


liiaoafactnreof
soRM pan of the








British i>oaimio&i.


Class Vf .^continued.










Aerated and mineral waters, effer-










vescinjr beverages, and beverages not










otherwise enumerated. . . ad val.


20%


20%


20%


20%


Ck)ffee, essence of, and essence of coffee










with milk or .anj other food sub-










stance ad val.

Fruit juices or imitation fruit juices,
unsweetened, in containers of less


20%


20%


30 %•


»%


I Not^tariffed. i


80%*


90%


than ten gallons capacity ... ad yal.


5


\






Fruit juices or imitation fruit juices,


) Syrups, lime


or lemon juice)






sweetened ; syrups ; raspberry


V sweetened, and raspberry ^


30%*


90%


vinegar, sweetened ... ad val.


) vinegar,


25% )






Class V.


*




J)rug9y Medicines, d^emicdls, and










Druggist** Sundries.










Acid, acetic, containing not more than










30 per cent, of acidity ...the lb.


I4d.


lid.


lid.


lid.


Acid, acetic, containing m<Nre than 80










per cent, of acidity, for erery 10 per










cent, of acidity or fraction thereof










the lb.


id.
Id.


Id.


4d.


Jd. ^


Acid, tartaric tb%lb.


Id. up to 31st Oct, 1907,




Ud.


Id.


thereafter free.


Cream of tartar .the lb.


14d. up to 8tst


Id. up to Slit








Dec., 1907,


Dec 1907,








thereafter free


thereaftwfree


Essences flayonring, containing more










than 3S per cent, of proof spirit










the liquid gallon


168.


168.


166.


16s.


Medicinal preparations (excepting
medicated wines or wines mixed


















with food), containing more than


Is. per lb. or


Is. per lb. or






50 per cent, of proof spirit ...the lb.


16 % ad val.


15 % ad val.


]&


la.


Opium the lb.


£2


42


£2


£t


Saccharin not otherwise enumerated,










including substances qf a like nature










or use the ounce


Is. 6d.
Is.


Is. <d.


l8.6d.


Is. 6d.


Soda, bicarbonate ... the cwt.


Is. up to 8l8


t Oct, 1907,




2s.


2s.


thereafi


terfree.


Soda-crystals the cwt.


2s. Aid*


2k


Baking-powder ; yeast preparations,










and other ferments; also yeast
foods ad val.










20%


20%


30 %♦


90 %



» The rate of duty given under the " General Tariff" Will not ooxne into force until after the
3l8t March, 1908. Up to that date the lower or preferential rate of duty ^wiU te Isiied oa goods of
both British and Foreign production or manufacture.



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KoT. 21, 1907.] SrrPLEMEXT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOUENAt.



25



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND-oo"''"*''''-

IMPORT BUTlUB—eontiitued.





Old Rates of Duty.


Kew Kates of Duty.






TaiifTon Goods




Tariff on Goods


Names of Artioles.




the Produoe or




the Produce or




General Tariff.


Manufacture of

some part of the

BriiishDominions.


General Tariff.


liiaoufacture of
some part of the








BriiishDominions,


Class Y,— continued.










Ciemirais, and chemical prepara-










tittnM, M0t otherwise enumerated^










including photographic ohemicale










not otherwiee enumerated; also










aoti-incrastation, boiler and other










compoQBds adval.


15 %t


15 %t


80%*


10%


Ksaences, flavouring, not otherwise










enamerated adval.


15%


15%


30%*


2i%


Kacaljptos oil in balk or bottle










ad val.


20%


20%


20^


20%


Glycerine, refined ad val.


20%


20%


80%*


ao%


Meaieinal preparotioTie, druge, and
drvggtetr sundries^ and apothe-


















canee' waree, niit otherwise










enumerated; also aerated water


*








makers\and cordial manufacturers^










and brewers* drugs, chemicals^ and










Uher sundries^ not otherwise










enumerated ad vaL


15 %t


15 %t


fiO%*


ao%


iiedieinal preparations (excepting










medicated wines or wines mixed










with food) containing 50 per cent.










of proof spirit or less ...ad val.


16%


15%


80%*


20%


Saccharin, in the form of tablets,










pilales, grannies, or cachets, each










containing not more than \ grain










of saccharin in combination with










at least 10 por cent, of alkali










ad val.


15%


15%


80%*


20%


Class VI.










Clothing and Textile Goods,










C\>tton, r*w the lb.


Free


Free


4d.J


4d.t


Cotton piece-goods, to inclnde turkey










twills, dress prints (hard spun and










plain-woven), where the invoice










value does not exceed 4d. per yard ;










and cotton piece-goods not other-










wise enamerated ad val.


10%


10%


I0%upto8l8t
Dec, 1907,


10 % up to 3lBt
Dec., 1907,








thereafter free.


thereafter f r*>o



* The rate of duty given under the " General Tariff " will not come into force until after the 81st
Ifazcht 1908. Up to that date, the lower or preferential rate of duty will be levied on goods of both'
Brit^h aad Foreign production or raannf aotore.

t Wf&er-bardening chemicalB for brewers* use and food preservatives, n.o.e., free.

J Baw cotton may ba imported free of duty np to 1st January, 1908, prDvided that it is proved
to the satisfaction of the Collector that such cotton is imported under a valid contiact entered
into before 13th September, 1907. See sec. 16(2), p. 12.



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[Not. 21, 1907.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEMjAHD-contUu^,

IMPORT BUTIES-Hfontinued,



of ArtidM.



OldRatMofDoty.



Oeneral Tkriff .



Taritr on Goods
the Prodaoo or
Manufacture of
M>m** part of the
British Domintoiia.



New Rates ol Doty.



Geneml Tariff.



the I'ToduetV
MaBufaeonetf
«om*part^tk*



CLAB8 Yh— continued.

All articles not otherwise enumerated,
made of textile, felt, or other piece-
goods, or of any combination of the
same, wholly or partly, made up or
manufactured, and not apparel or
clothing either wholly or partly
made up ad val.

Cotton piece-goods — vie, tapestry,
cretonnes; chintz art crdpe and
serges { velveteens, velvets and
plushes, all kinds ; damasks ;
moquette ; sateens ; linenettes ;
crepons ; crimps ; zeyhyrs ; ging-
hams ; turkey twills ; prints ;
printed cottons ; piques ; vestings ;
qniltings and marcellas ; mnsliDs
of all kinds ; nets ; window-nets ;
hollacds, cuitains and blinds ;
diapers ; ticks, including coloured
Belgian ; towellings ad val.



Drapery not otherwise enumerated

ad val.
Flags ad vaL



Forfar, dowlas, and flax sheeting, in

tiie piece, not otherwise enumerated

ad val.



Haberdashery not otherwise enumera-
ted ad val.

Lace and laces, not otherwise enu-
merated ad val.



Linens, and unions of cotton and
linen, in the piece, not otherwise
enumerated ad val.



Ribbons and crapo, all kinds ...ad val.



Rugs, woollen, cotton, opossum, or
other ad val.

Silki, satins, velvets, plushes, not
otherwise enumerated, composed of
pure silk, or of silk mixed with any
other material, in the piece ...ad val.



35 <



2096



2096

Ships, free;

other 20 % and

26%



25%



20%



20%

Of cotton 20^,
other 25 %



20%
26%

20%

25%



20%



20%

Ships, free;

ither 20 % and

25%



20%



20%



20 % up to

Dec.. 1907,
thereafter free

20%

20%



20%

Of cotton 20%,
other 25 %



20%
25%

20%



20 % up to

Dec., 1907,
thereafter free

20%



20 $6



SlM|20%nptoSlft
Dec 1907,
thereafter fne

20%



31st^%i^^«i*
Dec^lW^,

thereafter free



20%



15 % up to SIst 25 % up to Sin



Dec.,1907,theie-
aCtcr 2U %



iO%upto

Dec., 1907,

thereaiter free

in % Dp 10 3Ui

Dec.,l4H)7.there

after 20 %

20%



Decl9U7,tkeK^
after 20 9fc



ai8t|20%uptoSlit
Dec^l904,

thereafter free
% nptoSlil

Dcc^l907.thest-
after SO ^



ti6^



»%



25 % Bo % up to 31st 25 % up to Slit

I iW.. IHOT.* i Dt-C^ i«y7v



♦ Thereafter to be classed under the next item " Textile piece goods, n.o.c.'



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DOMINION OP NEW ZEM^AnD-continaed.
IMPORT DVTlEH-eoHtintufd.



Names of Artidat.



Cla^s Yl,^ continued.

Textile piece goods not otherwise
eDamerated, including imifatUm
9flkM^ composed of any material or
snbetaoce whatsoeyer ...ad val.

Umbrellas, parasols and snnshades

ad val.

Varos not otherwise enumerated

ad val.

Apparel and ready-made clothing,
not otherwise enumerated ...ad val.

Feathers, ornamental (including
ostrich) ; artificial flowers, leaves,
and sprays ad val.

Fnrs and fur trimmings ...ad val.

Hats of all kinds (inclnding straw
hats), al»o caps ad yal.

Hosiery not otnerwise enumerated

ad val.

Millinery of all kinds, including
trimmed hats, caps and bonnets

ad val.

App&rel maile to the order, or
measurement, of residents in the
colony, and intended for the indi-
vidual use of such residents, whether
imported by the residents them-
selves or otherwise ad val.

Apparel— viz.. Volunteer clothing
made to measurements sent from
New Zealand ad val.

Class VII.

Leather and Manutaeturet nf

Leather,

Boots, shoes, clogs, and pattens, not
otherwise enumerated, Tiz. —

Men's, above size ^o. 6 the pair

and ad val.

Youth's, above size No. ] , the pair

and ad val.

Boys', No. 7 to 1, both inclusive,

the pair

and ad val.

Women's, above size No. 1, the

pair

and ad val.

Girls', Nos, 7 to 1 both inclusive,

the pair

and ad val.

Other kinds ... the pair

and ad val.



Old Raie.> of Dutv.



Oco-ial Tuifr.



20


%


20


°/o


20


%


26


%


25
25


%


25


%


20


Vo



25 o/q

40%
40%



y 33J %



J Xantl oil ooud^
thi- f r^xluot? or
I Manufaciure of
i Aoine part of the
British Dominions.



Wew K«tt« ol Duty.



OcncnJ Taritt.



20


%


20


o/o


20


Yo


25


%


25
25


o/o


25


%


20


o/o



25 o/o



\i)o.



^/o



iOo/o



Yo ^



20%


30%


20%


25 %


25%
26%


25 c/,


25 %



Tarilf on Goods
the Prodiioo or
Mnnutactiiro of
some part of the
Britiah Dominions.



80


96


20


%


30


%


35


"A


26
26




26


o/o


26


%



25 <^/t

40%
40%



25%

40%
40%



2s. Bd. I iB. 6d. .

and 22J o/,* \ and 15 %*

iB. 6d. i iB.

and 22i ;* \ and IS %*

9<I. ! 6d.

ami 22i V* and 15 /*

f

Is. 6d. Is,

ami 22i r* ; and 15%*

s^l. i 6d.

and 22i ^<* \ and 15%*

Is. fni. I Is.

and 22i ^ 6* | and 15 yr*

I



• Prom October Slst, 1907. Prior to that date the old rates of duty were itnpiwed.'

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SUPPLEUENT TO THE BO.VBD OF TttADE JOXTRNAI,. [Nov. 21, 1W7.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALANI>-<'<"t<>''««'.
IMPORT JiVn^S-eontiHUtd.



i


OldKateMofDttty. |


Mew Rates of Duty.






Tariff on Qoodn




Tariff on Goods


Names of Articlea




th« i:'ruduM or




the Produce or




General Tariff.


Manufacture uf
^some part of the


General Tariff.


Manuiactore of
some pa» of the


"




JBritiahDominiooa.




BritiahDoainioaik


Class yil.^continued^








1

1


SUppfirt (not including lawn tennis


"


f






and gymnasium shoes, soled with










indiarubber or f elt ... the pair






9d.


6d.


and ad val.






and 22J %♦


and 19 ^c*


Slippers of felt, with carpet, twine or










felt soles ad val.






8319^


m9i


Shoes or goloshes known as '* Plim-










salUy'* with moulded indiarubber


. 33196


J2\o/o .






soles ad val.


33196


3219^


Champion^ frymnasium, yachting, and








1


lawn tennis boots, and shoes, with








1


moulded indiarubber soles ...ad val..






33|%


! m9^


Golo9he$ and overshoeu of all kinds,


1








of rubber ..ad val.






83i%


1 ai%


Shoettes and sandals, not otherwise








i


enumerated ad val.


J


.


881%


aj96


Leather —








!


Leather belting, belt leather, har-
ness, welting, bridle, strap,
legging, bag, and kip other than
East India the lb.


j Welting and
y strap, Id ;
1 other, 4d.


Welting and j
strap, Id. ; >
other. Id. ]


4d.


id.


AU hide leathers dressed^ not other-


•V


r






wise enumerated ... the lb.






3d.


3(1


(Note.'It is stated in the new










Tariff that any leathers not








;


otherwise enumerated (1)










either dressed in sides,or pieces










of whatever size, or (2) if in








i


whole shins over' 16 ft., arc


K2d. and 3d.


2d.and8d.






to be classed as hide leather.)








,


Calf skins, being whole skins, how-










ever dressed, and 16 ft. spread
and under the lb.








1






Id.


Id.


Sheepskins, and Lambskins, how-










ever dressed, not otherwise enu-








1


merated the lb.






3d.


Sd.


Bast India kip, dressed ...the lb.


2d.


2d.


Id.


M.


Sole, pump, and skirt leather ..the lb.


Sole, 2d.


Sole, 2(1.


2d.


1 2d.


Leather, dressed, not otherwise


] Kangaroo &


Kangaroo & ]






enumerated, including kans^aroo,


I Wallabi, 2d.;


Wallabi, 2d. ; \
other, Id. 1


Id.


Id.


and wallabi the lb.


) other. Id.






leather board or compo ...the lb.


4d.


4d.


4d.


4d.


I^eather bags, and leather cloth bags.








i


not otherwise enumerated ...ad val.


20 9^


20 o.i


30 ^t


1 ao^


I^eather, chamois ad val.


20 0/0


20 fo


30 96t


fO^h



*■ From October 31st, 1907. Prior to that date the old rates of duty were imposed.

t The rate of duty given under the " General Tariff " will not come into force until after tb^
Hist March, 1908. Up to that date the lower or preferential rate of duty will be le?ied on goods of
both British and Foreign production or manufacture.



Digitized by VjOOQIC



Nov. 21, 1907.] SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOABD OF TEABE JOURNAL.



29



DOMINION OP NEW ZKAl^AHU^^th^d.

IMPORT BVTlES^continved,



Kamcs of Articles.



Old Rates of Duty.



Qemral Tftiiff.



Taritf on Goods
the Produce or
Manufacture of
some part of tbe
British JDominions.



New Kates of Duty.



General Tariff.



Tariff on Goods
the Produoe or
:^anufaoture of
some i>art of the
British Dominions.



Class YlL-^eontinucd,

Leather manufactures, not otherwise
enumerated adval.

Saddlery and harness; whips aud
whip thongs ad val.

Heel plates, and toe stifFeners, and toe
plates adval.

Lacest vamps and uppers ; also clog
and patten soles ad val.

Leather cut into shapes ...ad val.

Leather leggings ad val.

Portmanteaux ; trunks, travelling
hags, and brief bags, of leather or
leather cloth, 10 in. in length and
upwards, and carpet bags ...ad vaL

Class VIII.

Furniiure and Hauiehold

FurnUking,

Basketware and Wickerware, not
otherwise enumerate, and not
being forniture ad vaL

Carpets ; druggets ; floorcloth ; mats ;

matting ; plain and fancy stair oil

baize ; wood, and fancy oil baize ;

and oil, and other dado cloths,



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