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Old Bares of Duty.



OenanlTaiifl.



Tariff on Ooods
the Produce or
Manufacture of
some part of the
British UDminions.



New Bates of Duty.



General Tariff.



Tariff on Goods
tbe Produce or
lianufactnre of
some part of the
BritashJDomlnious.



6d.



6d.



Paints, &c.,
2s. fd., putty
2s., driers free.

Enamel paints
2s., other 5s.
For match-
making f d.,
other lid.



Varnish and

gold size 28.

Is.



20%



20%



In bottle 15 %

otherwise 6d.

the gall.



lOs.



9d.



Is.



Paints, &c.,
2s. «d., p«tty
2s., driers free

Enamel paints
2fi., other 5s.
For match-
making jd.,
other l|d.



Varnish and

gold size 2s.

Is.



20%



20%

In bottle 15 %

otherwise 6d.

the gall.



lOs.
£1

28.

ed.



Is.



6d. up to .SI St

Oct., 1907,
thereafter free



\ id.
7Jd.*

88.*



68.*



2s. 4fd.*
Is. 2fd.*



80%*

30'%*
20%



lOs.

£1

2s.

9d.



lP.2§i.*



6d. up to Slst

Oct., 1907,
thereafter free.



Id.



6d*
2s. 6d.



5t»

Id-



as.

Is.



20%

20%
20%



10s.
£1



9(1.



Is.



* The rate of duty given under the ** General Tariff " will not come into force until after the
3l8t March, 1908. Up to that date, the lower or preferential r^te of duty will be levied on goods o£
both British and Foreigh prQdmction or manu&ctare.



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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL.



[Nov. 21, 1907.



Z>OMINION OP NEW T^KAl^ANiy-eontinued.
IMPORT BUTlEQ^-ifOTUinued.



,


Old Rates of Duty.


New Rates of Duty.


.




Tariff on Goods




Tariff on Goods


Vames of Articles.




the Produce or




the Prodaoe or




General Tariff.


Manufacture of


General Tariff.


Manufaotore of






some part of the


,


ffome part of the






British Dominions.




British Dominwiks.


Class "SY.^i^mtinved,










Horses each


£1


£1


*£1


£1


Onions the ton


£1


£1


£1


£1


•Potatoes ... the ton


20 % ad val.


20 % ad val.


£1


£1


Prepared calf-meal ... the ton


£16s.


£l5s.


£lKs.


£158.


Animals, food for, of all kinds, not










otherwise enumerated, including










horse and cattle spices and condi-


Certain horse


Certain horse






ments, proprietary or otherwise;


and cattle


and cattle






also hempseed, mawseed, millet-


spices 16 9^


spices 16 %
(Decision),






seed, canary-seed, and mixed bird-


(DecisioD),






seed ...ad val.


other 20 o/o


other 20 %


30%*


^9^0


Class XVI. '










MUeellaneoua,










Bine the lb.


U.


2d.


IJd.*


Id.


Candles the lb.


lid.


Id.


2id,


lid.


Cement, Portland, and other structural









•S'"*


and building cement ... the barrel


48.


2ik


48.


%^


Gelatine, isinglass, glue and size, the lb.


Gelatine and

isinglass 20 o/q

ad val., glue

and size lid.


Gelatine and

isinglass 20 o/q

ad val., glue

and size lid.


lld.-


lid.


Mutches-










Wooden, in boxes containing not










more than 60 matches,










the gross of boxes


Is.


Is.


ls,6d.»


It.


In boxes containing over 60










and not more than 100










matches, the gross of boxes


2s.


2«.


3s.*


ak


In boxes containing more than










100 matches, for eveiy










100 matches or fraction










thereof contained in one










box ... the gross of boxes


2s.


2s.


3s.*


28.


Wax " plaid vestas " in cardboard










boxes containing under 100










matches ... the gross of boxes


Is.


Is.


Is. 6d.*


ll.


"Pocket vestas," in tin or










other boxes containing










under 100 matches,










the gross of boxes


Is. 4d.


Is. 4d.


2s.*


It. id.


Wax, other kinds, for every 100










matches or fractioa thereof










contained in one box,










the gross of boxes


28. Sd.


2s. 3d.


3s.4id.*


2t.8d.


Matches of any material other than










wood or wax, a duty corresponding to








,


the duty payable on wooden matches










(Note.— It is stated in the new










tariff that boxes made of gold^






-i




silver, metal, wood or composi-










tion, of permanent value when
empty, shall, in addition to the


















duty payable on any matches










conUiined therein, be charged










as jewellery or fancy goods.)










Paraffin wax the lb.


id.


fd.


Id.


Id.


Powder, spoi ting the lb.


6d.


k


6d. up to Slst

Oct., 1907,
thereafter free


6d. up to Slst

Oct., 1907,
thereafter free



^. . fc,^® ^?i® ^* *^^^y ^veii «n<3er the "General Tariff" will not come Into force until after the
!u^*?]S\^^f™ ^P to that date the lower or preferential rate of duty wiU he levied on goods of
tn British and Foreign production or manufacture.



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Nov. 21, 1907.] SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOAEH OP TRADE JOXTENAL.



39



Z>OMINION OP NEW ZKkl,AHD-cuntinued,

IMPORT DUTIES— co?Uinued,





Old Rates of Duty.


New Kate9 of Duty.






Tariff on Goods




Tariff on Goods


Karnes of Articles.




the Produce or




th? Product; or




Qenenil Tariff.


Maniifactuie a

«)inH part of the

Briiksh Dominioua.


Cicneral Tariff.


iJapufactureo/
>om*' pan of tne
UriiL-h Dominions.


Class XVI —continued.










Sausage skins and casings (including










brine or salt) the lb.


3d.


8d.


Sd,


3d.


Soap, common yellow and blue mottled










the cwt.


5s.


5s. .


6s.*


^.


Spirits, methylated to the satisfaction










of the Minister... the liquid gallon


Is.


Is.


Is. 2fd.*


iB.


Spirits, cleared from warehouse,










methylated, under prescribed con-










ditions, the liquid gallon, not in-










cluding the added naphtha or other










methylating material


6d.


6d.


6d.


6d.


Starch the lb.


2d.


2d.


2|d.*


2d.


Wax, mineral, vegetable, Japanese


Beeswax free,


Beeswax free,






and beeswax the lb.


other 14d.


other Ud.


Id.


Id.


Flock adval.


10%


10%


10%


10%


Bags, calico, forfar. linen, flour ;








bagging, bags and sacks not other-
wise enumerated, including filter


"V >■






Calico, forfar, hesaian and linen






bags and sheaths sd val.


bags 20 %, other 15 %


30 %•


20%


Blacking and boot-gloss and polish












ad val.


20%


20%


80 %*


20%


Blacklead adval.


20%


20%


30 %♦


20%


Boats, launches, yachts, also all vessels










propelled by means other than oars
(when imported in any vessel), in-


















cluding all fittings therefor not


Not tariffed


Not tariffed






otherwise enumerated ... ad val.


(boats free)


(boats free)


80 %*


20%


Cordage, rope and twine not otherwise










enamerated ... adval.


30%


20%


30%


20%


Fireworks, not otherwise enumerated.










adval.


20%


20%
20%


80 %•


20%
20%


Nets and netting ad val.


20%


30 %•


Soap powder, extract of soap, dry


\ /










soap, soft soap, liquid soap, soap


Soap powder, extract of soap,






solutions and washing or cleansing


dry soap, soft soap and washing
powder 20 %, other kinds not






powders, crystals, pastes and liquids






adval.


tariffed


20 %


20%


Tarpaulins, tents, sails, rick, and


Sails free, other


Sails free, other




waggon covers ad val.


20%


20%


30 %♦


20%


Bags of textile or felt, all kinds, if










printed adval.


15% an


d20%


• 374 %• •


25% •


Brooms, brushes and brushware, ad val.


25%


25%


37i%*


25%


Granite and other stone, dressed or










polished, and articles made there-










from; also imitation stone, dressed










or polished, and articles made there-


Imitation ston


'e not tariffed.






from, or from cement ...ad val.


otheri25 %


87i%*


28%


Sockp, not otherwise enumerated, ad val.


25 % 1 25 %


374%*


28%



* The rate of duty given under the " General Tariff *' will not come into force until after the
31st March, 1908. Up to that date, the lower or preferential rate of duty will be levied on goods of
both British and Foreign production or manufacture.

In addition to any duty chargeable by law on any goods imported into the
colony, a further duty of 20 per cent, ad valorem is charged when the goods are
r>rt>ow made.



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[Not. 21, IWT.



DOMINION OP NEW ZEALAND-ro^iiitf^f.
SCHEDXTLE B.



Names of Articles.



Class J.
AlmondB and nuts, except walnuts ...



Anchovies, salted, in casks, or other
containers, capable of holding 28 lbs.
net or over

Arrowroot, saf^o, tapioca, macaroni,
vermicelli, rice-flour, prepared
barley-flour, potato-flour, infants'
B.n&my9\\d!%farinaeeou9foodt

Cocoa or cacao butter, cocoanut butter,
nut butter, and oth« r refined vege-
table butters or fats

8alt

Rice, dreraed or undressed ; also rice

meal refuse and rice meal

8oy, in vessels exceeding 10 gallons

capacity

CtASS IV.
Non-alcoliolic Beverages^ ^c.

Cocoa-beans, uncrushed

Coffee, raw

fruit- juices, or imitation fruit-juices,
unsweetened, in containers of 10
gallons capacity or over ...

Tea in bulk, viz., in packages of 5 lbs.
or over net weight of tea

Class V.
Drugt, J^c,

Acids, viz. : boracic ; cftzfcolic ;
chromic ; citric ; fluoric ; formic ;
lactic ; muriatic ; nitric ; oleic ;
oxalic ; picric ; pyrogallic ; sali-
cylic ; sulphuric

Concentrated extracts, or etseDces, in
liquid form, or preserved in fi^t, for
the purpose of manufacturing per-
fumery, when entered to be ware-
housed in a manufacturing ware-
house for the purpose of making
perfumery or otner articles therein



Old Rates of Duty.



General TaiiiL



Tariff oa Goods
the i'r«>duee or
lianufaccure of
•oiue iMU*t of the
British i>omiiiioo8.



Barbary,Sicily,

and French

almonds for

confectioners*

use, Free.

All kinds of

anchovies,

salted, in

casks, Free.

Bice-flour 68.
per cwt.,
other. Free.

Cocoa and nucoa
butter. Free ;
other, not
tariffed.
Free

Rice, Free
15 9^ ad val.
(in bulk).



All kinds. Free
Free



Not tariffed



i 2d. per lb.



Free*



Citric, formic,
and lactic acids
not specially
tariffed ;
other, Free.

Free, when in
bottles of not
less than lib.
in weight.



Kev Kates of ^uty.



General TarilL



Tariir on Goods
the Produeeor
ManutsotuR d.
some pan of tae
^itishUoninuHi



Fne



2d. per lb.



Free



♦ When in packets exceeding om pound in weight.



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41



DOMINION OF NEW ZBAl,AHU-cofainM«S.

SCHBDULB B — continued.






Old Kates of Duty. 1


New Kates of Duty.






Taritr on Goods




Tariff on Goods


Hames of Articles.




the Frodaoe or




the Produce or




GCTMTal TariflP.


Manufacture uf

H>mi' part of the

BriiUh Dominions.


General Tariif .


Manufacture of
some pan of the
British Dominions^


Class Y. —continued.
Dextrine, n.o.e


.


^ y


15 % ad val.


\


Duimfectantt


Free




Drugs and chemicals, viz. : —


V




Camaubawaz






natechn






Cochineal






« >eo8ote, emde or eommercial






Crade distillates of coal-tar or wood,






in Teasirls containing 10 gallons or






orer, for the manufacture of dis-




■ .1


infectants in New Zealand






Formic aldehyde, and solution






thereof






Fusel oil






Gall nuts




• •


(flycerine, crude




■ '


Gums — viz., arable, benzoin, damar.




.r


tragacanth, artificial gum-arabic






Liquefied gases, and compressed






Rases






LS]uorice In blocks of 7 Ib^. net and






over, or soft liquorice-extract in




o


bulk, in tins or other vessels




.,


capable of holding 7 lbs. net or






over ... ••• ... ... •>•






N^phthaleae, crude or refined
Saffron


A few not tariflfed, but


► Free-


\ mostly Free (including




Strychnine, aud salts of strychnine


/ water hardening chemicals




Suirarofmilk


for brewers* use).




Sulphur




-Tf- .'


Turmeric




" . ''


Alum, alum sulphate







Ammonium chloride, or sal am-






moniac, ammonium sulphate ...






Arsenic and arsenates






Borax




, X-


Calcium carbide, chloride, sulphate,






sulphite, and bisulphite ; chluri-






natedlime






Carbon bisulphide






Copper sulphate, or blaestone, oxiie




h< '


of copper




,'■


Iron sulphates




-■•'-


Magnesium sulphite, and bisulphite
Manganese oxides




■ T




' ■ ^•


Phosphorus ..."




. )


Potash ; pearlash ; potash, caustic.




'-..


chlorate, cyanide, nitrate (or salt-






l>etre), permanganate, prussiates,




''■»


sulphite, and bisulphite ; metallic




■ ■


potass'um


/


1'







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SUPPLEl^ENT TO THE BOABD OF T&APE JQVKSAh. [Nor. 21, 1901



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALANI>~<^iJi»e4t.

SCHEDULB B-oontiMied.



Kames of Artidle&



Class Y.—ctrntinued.
Drugs and ChemicAlB—co^fUinu'd,
Salts of thorium, zirconium, or other
rare mttals, and solutions thereof,
including mixtures of same suiteci
for the manufacture of incandes-
cent mantles

Silver nitrate in crystals

Soda acetate, rrvde ; soda a^h ; soda,
arseniate, anhydroos carbonate,
caustic, cyanide, bisulph'te, hypo-
lulphite, silicite, sulphate, sul-
phide, sulphite, nitrate, perman-
ganate

Metallic sodium, sodium peroride ...

Zinc chloride

(Note. — It is provided in the
new Tariff that mixtures of
any of the articles enumerate I
under this Schedule as dru^^
and chemicals, with each
other, or with chemicals,
or substances not enumerate^i .
shall, if not provided for else-
where in the Tariff, be
charged as medicinal pre-
parations not otherwise enu-
merated, or chemicals not
otherwise enumerated, under

Schedule A, Class V

Drugs crude, not powdered, and un-
Buited for use as foods, or in the
manufacture thereof, viz., >aiks.
woods, twigs, leavep, herbs, flowers
(except hops), roots, corms, gums,
balsams, inspissated juices (except
opium), seeds, fruits, fruit rinds,
pitch, cantharides. ergot ; also pow-
dered pyrethrum flowers or Dalma-
tian powder and powdered hellebore,

in Jntlk

Essential oils, except eucalyptus ;
cod liver oil ; cil of rhodium

Horse, and cattle </rtn<y.W#

Insecticides for agricultural uses, also

tree washes

Opium when entered to be warehonsetl
in a manufacturing warehouse, for
the purpose of making therein ap-
proved medicinal preparations

Scrub exteiminators

I^heep dip ; ghcep dvenchfs; sheep licks.



Old Bates of Duty.



General Tariff.



Tariff oa Uouds
tlw i^^uo» ot
Manufacture uf
•owe part of the
British Uuninioos.



A few not tariffed, but
mostly Free (including
water hardening chemicals
for brewers' use).



Medicinal barks, leaves,
herbs, fiowers, roots, and
g^ms, Free.



Free
Horse drenches, Free



Free



Not tariffed
Free
Free



Xejr Bates of Dutj.



Qeneral Tariff.



Tariil uQ Good*
titc Produci'iir

some par. uT tM



Free



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43



DOMINION OP NEW ;5EALANPr:q?«^»^f

SCHEDULE B^eantinued.



JSkCjoBs of Articlfli.



Class V. — continued.
Drags and ChemichlB^eontihued.

Surreal and dental tnitrumeuts; also
the following surgeons*, physicians',
dentists*, and opticians^ materials,
viz. : — Antiseptic dressings, gauzes,
lint, tow, cotton wool, poroplastic ,
felt, adhesive plaster, oiled silk or j
other fabric, spongio piline, band-
ages, catgut, and sterilized, and |
other sewings, thermometers ; also
appliances including splints for
wear, peculiarly adapted to correct
a deformity of the human body, to
afford support to an abnormal con-
dition of the human body, or to
reduce or alleviate such condition,
or to Bubstitnte any part of such
body

Crutches ; ear trumpets, ear tubes,
and audiphones, for the partially
deaf. Opticians* trial cases, lenses,
and frames, spectacles, and magni-
'y^K glasses, opthalmoscopes, opto-
meters and other measuring instru-
ments, test cards, and diagrams,
artificial eyes (demonstration and
other)

Dentibts* materials, viz. : — Artificial
teeth, tooth crowns, celluloid blanks.
ba«e plates, denture strengtheners.
guttA percha stick, points, pelltts,
and sheets, rubber dam, amadou
absorbent, absorbent paper, robber
in aheeta, metal-plate, -wire, -foil,
-atieks ; solder ; fusible metal por-
celain powder, and enamel, inlays,
modelling composition, and wax,
investment compound, amalgam,
and cement ; also such other appli-
ances and materials peculiar to
surgical or dental use as may from
time to time be enumerated in any
order of the Minister

Scientific and philosophical instru-
ments and apparatus, namely : —
Auay-haXancee ; labcratory retortSy
and laboratory Haskt and other
instruments, and apparatus, for
chemical analybis, and assay work ;
assay furnaces, including dentists',
and jewellers* furnaces ; also such
instruments, and aoparatus, suited
strictly for scientific and philoso-
phical purposes, as may from time
to time be approved by the Minister



OU llaie^ of Duty.


N«jr iUtr


1* u I'uty.


rHiitf un iio Aa




Tiiriif on Goods




thoPriduo* or




the Produce or


Gen^nil Tariff.


Munuf icture uf


General' Tariff.


M.«nufaoture of




iKtiiie purt of the




some part of the




BritLnh Douiiuious.








\ '


y






\




Surgical and









dental in-








struments


Free






and appli-








ances 20 96






'


adval.










.


1


Free


Scientificand assay balances,


«




retorts, flasks, and other






; appliances for chemical






analysis and assay work,






Free.









\)



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[Not. 21, 1«7.



DOMINION OF NEW ZRAUAHD'-cantinu^d.

SCHEDULE B— continued.



VamM of Aitkltft



Class VI.

Clatking and Textile$.

Bmoe-elastic, and brace-mountings ...

Brattice cloth made of jute or lieabian

Banting, in the piece

Batter, cloth ; also cheese, cloth, and
cheese bandages or caps

JfuttonSf tapes, wadding, pins, needles

Calico, white and grey, also cotton
sheetings, in the piece

Corduroy, mo*eskin, and plain beaver-
skin, of cotton, in the piece

Coloured cotton shirtings, flannelette
shirtinfis

Forfar, Dowlas, and flax sheeting,
when cut up under superyision in
sises not exceeding 47 in. by 36 in.
for making flour* bags, and not
exceeding 54 in. for lining wool mats

Cotton or linen piece goods, and
unions of the same, not otherwise
enumerated, except imitation silks
composed of any material or sub-
stance whatsoever

Fur skins, green or sun-dried

Gold or silver lace or braid for
military clothing, featherstitch
braid

Hatmakers* materials, vis. : — felt
hoods ; shellac ; galloons ; caliooes ;
spale boards for hat boxes ; leathers ;
silk plush in the piece ; linings,
when cut up or otherwise, under
such conditions as the Minister may
prescribe ; blocks; moulds ; frames ;
ventilators ; and tassels

Hessians, plain or striped, and scrim...

Leather cloth, plain colours

Minor articles (required in the making-
up of apparel, boots, shoes, hats,
cape, saddlery, umbrellas, parasols,
and sunshades), enumerated in any
Older of the Minister, and published
in Uie Gasette

Ostrich feathers grown in New
Zealand,when returned from abroad
dressed, or dyed, upon evidence
being produced to the satisfaction
of a Collector of Customs as to their
previous exportation



Old Bates of Duty.



OcncnU Tuifl.



Tariff on Goods
the Produoeor
Manufacture of
■ome part of the
British Dominions.



N«v Bates of Duty.



Oeneral Twifl.



Tariff on Goods



Munufiaeturr sf

•ome part of^

BiitiUiDaaiinieMb



Free

{Brattice cloth for mine ven-
tilation, Free ; for wool
scouring, 20 % ad vaL
Free



Free



Free



.20%advaL

Free

) Featherstitch braid, not
r tariffed ; other, free.



Free

Free

All kinds, free



Free



Not tariffed



Free



Free



Free to 31st

Mar., 1908,

then 20%

ad val.



Free to Slat December, 1907



Free from Ist Jannary, 1906



Free



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4fr



I>OMINION OP NSW ZSALAND-'MHiiittiw^.

SCHBDUUS B-^-ctrntiimed.



VasBM of Artidei.



Class VI. — continued.
Sailcloth, canvas, and unbleached
doable- warped dnck, in the piece ...
Sevcing cottons, silks, and threads ;
angola mendings not exceeding 45
yards in length ; crewel, floarish-
iDg. embroidery, darning, knitting,
and crochet threads, of silk, linen
or cotton, or unions of the same,
plain or fancy ; maciame thread or

macrame twine

Silk for flour dressing, in the piece . . .
Silk twist (shoemakers*, and ^dler.-)')
StaymakerB*, binding, eyelets, corset-
fasteners, jean, ticks, lasting, sateen,
and cotell ; also corset shields, and

bosk protectors ^

Tailors* trimmings, viz., haircloth ;
plain or colour^ imitation hair-
cloth ; canvas ; buckram ; wadding,
and padding ; silk, worsted, and
cottrtn bindings, and braids ; stay
bindings ; Russia braids ; shoulder-
pads ; buckles ; silesias ; drab, slate,
and brown jeans ; pocketings ; slate,
black, and brown dyed unions and
bnens ; Verona, and Italian cloth,
ef cotton or wool, or unions of the
same ; also such other lining
materials as may be approved by
the Minister

Tubular woven cotton cloth in the
piece for meat-wraps •

Umbrella-makers* materials, viz.,
reversible, and levantine silk mix-
tures, gloria, and satin de chene, of
not less than 44in. in width ; alpaca
cloth, with border ; zanella cloth,
with border ; also other piece-goods
on such conditions as the Minister
may approve ; sticks, runners,
notches, caps, ferrules, cups, ribs,
itn^'herS) tips, and rings

Union textiles not otherwise enu-
merated, in the piece, the invoice
value of which does not exceed 6d.
the yard when cut up, and made
into shirts or pyjamas, under such
conditions and regulations as the
Minister may prescribe

Waterproof material in the piece,
having within, or upon it, a coating
of indiainbber



Old Rates of Duty.



General Tariff .



Tariff on Goods
the Produce or
Mtuiufaoture of
some part of the
British I)omlmons.



New Hates of Dutv.



GencrdJ Tariff.



I'ariff on Ghoods
I Che I'roduoe or

I Manufacture of
som« part of the
British Domiiu<ms



'%adval. I



Free



Free

All kinds, free

Free

IOoreet shields, 20 % ad val. ;
Busk protectors, not tariffed ;
other, free



Free.



Free.



Free



Free

► (irrespective of the coating
of rubber).



Free



f Free to Slst
March, '
1908,there-
af tfer 20 %
ad val.



Free*



Free



Digitized by VjOOQIC



4G



SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOt'ENAL. C^ot. 2K IW.



DOMINION OP NEW ZEALAND-r"t^*««rrf.

SCHEDULE B—eontinvgd.



Karnes of Artklta



Old Bates of Duty.



Class VIL

Leather^ ajui Artielegmed in Leather

Matiufacturei,

Boot elastic

Bootmakers' linings, canvas, plain, or
coloureil, bag and ]>ortmantcau
linings, of such materialH, qualities,
and patterns, as may be approved
by the Minister

Boots, shoes, shoettes, sandals, clogs,
and pattens, slippers, and goloshes,
namely, children s No. to 6

Cork soles, and sock-soles ; moulded
shoe and slipper soles of rubber ...

East India kip, also bides, crust or
rough tanned, but undressed

<ioat-Kkin9, and kid-skins, however
dressed

Grindery — namely, button fasteners,
and staples ; eyelets, and hook eye-
lets, and eyelet rings ; tingles ;
spikes for running or cricketing
shoes ; boot-protectors ; wood or
rubber heels or knobs ; leather toe-
tips, »* Wells ** patent or a similar
make, stiff tncrs or toes moulded
ready for us«, copper toes, boot
stretchers and trees, hoUow-flllers,
japanned toe-tips ; legging springs
and stiffeners ; lasting tacks, pegs,
brass rivets, iron rivets ; brass, iron,
and copper cnt-bills ; steel points ;
.'sparrow bills ; wrought, cut, and
and malleable hob-nails ; Hungarian
nails ; wrought and cut tip-nails ;
iron or wooden lasts; stands for
iron lasts; s)le, heel, stiffening,
and toe-cap knives ; shoemakers'



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