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wax ; heel- balls ; bristles, hemp and
flax ; rubber solution or cement ;
welting cut into strips or in coils
ready for use ; shoemakers' binding
or beatling ; welting leather cut into
strips not exceeding 1 in. in width ;
webbing ; tanners', curriers' and
bootmakers' inlis or riains ; boot-
makers' sectional cutting-boards ;
glats or emery pai)er, or cloth, on
sheets, in rolls, or cut into shapes...

Hog-skius



General Tariff.



Tariff on Ooods
the Produo* or
Manuf aoture of
some part of the
British Dominions.



Nev Bates of Duty.



General Tuiff.



Tarilf oaGoo^
tbePtodnes*
Manafartawrf
seme put aftk
Brituhr



Free



East India kip when crust
or rough tanned but un-
dressed, Free.

Goat-skins, dressed as
morocco coloured (other
than black), Free.



All grindery, free, except

heel and t-je-plates, 20 %

ad val.



Free



Free



f Frt« to 3Ist '
I March,
^ 1908, there,
after 10 ^-c
ad val.



Free



Free



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47



I>OMINION OF NEW ZEALAND-oottiM^.

BCHEDULB B—omai»tied,





OU Hates 0/ Duty. |


New Bates of Doty.






Tarifl on Qoodii




Tariff on Goods


IToMifAztiete




the PiodoM or




theProduoeor





GenenaTaxifl.


If antif actnre of

some part of the

BzitiBh Dominions.


General Tariff.


Manufacture of
some part of tho


Pt^ars VIT —rontiikued






Leather, kc,^ continued.






Eaogaroo, and wallaby skins, un-


'




dresseci ... ••• ... ...




Leather, japanned or enamelled






Saddle-trees






Saddlers* ironmonf^ery (except bits and






stimip-irons), hames, and mounts


Free


Free


for harness ; straining, surcingle,


brace, girth, and roller webs ; collar






check, and the same article plain.






of such quality as may be approved
by the Minister; legging-buckles ...






.




^etal articles requiiid to repair or




complete riding or driving harness,


Not tariffed


Free


or saddlery, to be repaired or made


in the colony






Xsnning materials, crude


Free


Free


Class VIII.






Furniture^ Sfc,






Blind webbing and tape


Free


Free


Worsted covered cord and solid glace






cord for Venetian and other blinds


Free


Free


Upholdsterers' materials, vw. — webb-






ing, hair-seating imitation hair-






seating ; curled hair ; gimp and cord






of wool, cotton, or silk tufts and






stjuls


Free


Free


Chair canvas


^ Nottariflfed


Free


Cl.Aflft IX.






China^ Olau^ <Jy?,






Bottles, empty, plain $tone ; also empty




>l


pUim glass bottles^ not being cut or






ground ; jars, plain glais,&TLd plain


Free




earthen jars, up to three inches






diameter at the mouth






Eanben or glass roofing tiles, ridging






orfioials; alio roofing slates
Glass plates (engraved) for photo-


Free








lithographic work


Free




Jars or other dutiable vessels contain-






ing free goods, or goods subject to a




Frej


fixed rate of duly, and being






ordinary trade packages for the






goods contained in them


Free




Lamps, miners' safety, and glasses


1




therefor ; h^mps peculiarly adapts


Safety lamps for collieries




for use on harbour beacons and


and lighthouse apparatus,




lighthooses, also appliances peouliar
to such lamps ; side lights and head
liichts especially snited for the use


" Free ; ships* lamps and




signal lamps for ships' use,




20% Sid val.




of ships


J


1


J





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St7PPLEM£NT TO TUB BOAUD OF 13LABB JOIT&NAL. fNov. 21, 1W7.



Z>OMINION OP New ZfiALAND-^im^iAiuMf.

60HBDTJLE B—contin/ued,



If amet of ArtidM.



Class X.
Fancy Ooods, «Jt.

Acti/m work and keys, in frames or
otherwise, iron or metal piano
frameA for manyfaoture of ^organs,
harmoniams, and pianos ; organ
pipes and stop-knobs

Articles, being exhibits for public
display only in public museums,
whether purchased under bond or
directly imported by, or for presen-
tation to such museums, upon
declaration that such goods will not
be sold or otherwise disposed of in
New Zealand without payment of
any duty which may be payable ...

Artists* materials, vis., canyas in the
piece or on stretchers, oiled paper or
drawing paper in sheets or blocks,
colours, brushes, palettes and
palette knives

Cigarette papers entered to be ware-
housed in any licensed tobacco
manufactory for the manufacture
therein of cigarettes

Films for bioscopes, cinematographs,
and kinetoscopes

Microscopes ana telescopes and slides,
and lenses for same

Paintings, statuary, and works of art,
whether purchased under bond or
directly imported by, or for presen-
tation to any public institution or
art association registered as a body
corporate, for display in the build-
ings of such institution or associa-
tion, and not to be sold or otherwise
disposed of ; statuary or works of
art, whether purchased under bond,
01 directly imported for display in
any public park or place, on con-
ditions prescribed by the minister...

Paintings or pictures painted or drawn
by New Zealand students within five
years of the time of their departure
from the colony for the puipose of
undergoing a period of tuition
abroad for the first time, upon evi-
dence being produced to the satis-
faction of a CoUecwr of Customs ...

Photographic cameras and lenses, in-
cluding focussing cloths and camera
covers



Old Rates of Duty.-



OeneralTttriff.



Tariff on Ooods
the Produoe or
ICantif acture of
Bomti port of tbe
British Dominions.



Free



Not tariffed



Free



Not tariffed

Not tariffed

Ftte



Free



Not tariffed



Cameras and lense^, free •



Vtm BatM of Duty.



OeneralTkrifl.



Tariff on OmAi
^eProdaoev
Maaofaetonsf
some part of tite
Britishr •



Free



Free to 81st
Mar)(*h,.1908;

thereafter
10 o/o ad val.



Free



Free
Free
Free



Free



Free



Free to Slst \

March, 1908, \

thereafter (

10 % ad val. )



Free



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49



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAKI>^*^»*'^
SCHEDULE B^-continwed.



Kattira of Articles.



Class X. — continued.

Photographs of personal friends in
letters or packets

Predoas stoDes, cat or ancut, if nn-
moanted

Sensitized sur&ces aod albmnenized
paper, plaio, not being postcards or
other stationery



Slides foi magic lanterns



Glass XI.
■ Paper, Jf'c.

(Note. — It is provided in the

new Tariff that in every case

where exemption from duty

is governed by a size, the

equivalent area shall be

exempt under like condition.)

Bookbinders' materials, viz., cloth,

leather, thread, headbands, webbing,

end-papers, tacketing-gut, marbling

colours, marble-paper, blue or red

paste for ruling-ink, staple-presses,

vire staples, staple-sticks

Batter paper (known as vegetable
parchment paper), and waxed paper,

onprinted

(Note. — It is stated in the New

Tariff that butter paper or

waxed paper, printed, shall

oe charged as wrapping paper

or wrappers of all kinds

printed or lithographed,

Schedule A, Class XI.)

Caidboard, pasteboard, wood-pulp

hoard, and corrugated board, of

sixe not less than that known as

^ royal," and weighing not le» s than

2 oz. per sheet of " royal " size ;

also strawboard of size not less

than that known as *' royal" and

weighing not less than 3 ozs. per

sheet of " royal " size

Cardboard boxes, material for — viz.,
gold and silver paper, plain or em-
bossed ; embof^ed paper in strips ;
gelatine or coloured papers ; known
as " box papers ■'



Old RatM of Duty.



General Ttalil.



Tariff on Ooods
the Pr6daoe or
Manuf tcturo of
some jutrt of the
British DominionH.



Free
Free



For photographic purposes, ^
Free i



Free



Free
All kinds, free



Free
Free



New Kates of Duty.



General Tariff.



Tariff on Goods

. tiieProduoflor

Manufacture of

^m» part of the

Britiidi Dominlong.



Free
Free



Free to Slst

March, 1908,

thereafter

10%ad,val.



Free



Free



Vvee



Free



Free to 3 1 8t
March. 1908,

thereafter
20 ^ ad val.



Free



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StrprLEMEHT TO THE BOA&D OF TRADE JOUBXAI^ P^OT. 21, M.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALANI>-«<»*(i«««<'.

SCHEDULE B — eontituied.





Old Rates of Duty. |


Nev Rates of Da^.






Tariff on Goods








Tariff oaGonb


Kamet of Articles,




the Produce or








thePRMiii«er




Oeneimll^aiil.


Manufacture of


General Tniff.




lUoafMrnif






eome part of tiie
Brid8hl)omimon8.








some pen •rur
BmishlMniAi.


Class Xl.-^ontinued,
Cartridge drawing paper


>^ ^


^


Free








Celluloid, plain, in sheets, not other-


( Not less than loyal, free ; )
( otherwise, 20 o/o ad val. J








wise enamerated








Cloth-lined boards, not less than










*' royal" size


Free








Cloth-lined paper, and enamelled,




!■




Free


gelatine, and metallic paper, of








size not less than " demy ; " also










*'ivorite" of size not less than










"demy"


Free








Copying paper, medium and larger










sizes, in original mill wrappers and










labels


Free

)


J






1


Copy-books, having printed headlines


Free


to3l8t




on each page ; also drawing-books...
Ink, printing ,

Masticated para


All kinds, free }
Free )

Free )


Marcn, J9uc

thereafter

10 % ad val


'] **"








Millboard, and book-binders' leather






Free


' board


Free )








Paper, hand-made or machine-made,










booky or toriting, when in original










wrappers, of sizes not less than the
size known as "demy," and not


















being a wrapping wrapper, or of the










same quality as a wrapping paper...


Free






Free


Paper printing

Printed books, papers, and music, not


20% ad. val.


Free


20%


ad val


*


Frae














otherwise enumerated, excepting
advertising matter


-^ ^








Free






Free


Sunday school tickets and reward










cards, being scriptural or religious










motto cards, not exceeding 5d, per










dozen invoice value, and not exceed-










ing 6 in. by 4 in* in size, and having










no reference upon them to Christmas,










New Year, Easter, or birthdays ...


Kot tariffed.






Free


Class XII.










Metah.










AgHcnltural machinery and agrictU-


1








tural implementSf not otherwise










enamerated ; also parts peculiar to
the manufacture or repair of agri-
cultural machines, and implement-,


. All agricultural implements
' and machinery, Free,






Free


including chaff-cutting knives, fit-










tini^ for threshing mills, forging


J












• No duty will be charged on printing paper, imported by and for the uae of the prBprietorrf**^
registered newspaper, if imported and entered for home consumption on or before 31st Becembtt.
if It is proved to the satisfaction of the Collector of Customs that such paper is impoitsd "»*'i,
contract entered into before the 16th November, 1903, for the supply of such paper ferapew"
exceeding three years. See section 16 (1), p. 12.



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»l



DOMINION OP NEW ZEALAND-^ '^^'m*^^.

SCHEDULE B^continued.



of Artideft



Class Xll.^ cantinued.

or castings for ploughs, discs for
harrows, ploagh-shares, monld-board
pistes, and steel share-plates cot to
pattern, skeith-plates, tilt-rakes, also
reaper-knife sections or fingers,
finished brass, and steel springs ...
(Note. — It is stated in the new
tariff that agricnlture as
applied to the tariff shall in-
clude horticulture and viti-
culture.)
Anchors



Ariifieers* tools, not otherwise enume-
rated, not including brushes or
brushware ; also the following tools
—viz., axes and hatchets, spades,
shovels, forks, picks, mattocks,
ooartz. and knapping hammers,
scythes, sheep-shears, reaping hooks,
soldering irons, paperhangers' scis-
aon, butchers* saws or cleavers ;
measuring bands or tapes ; coal
catters and air picks

.\ile8, axle-arms, and axle-boxes

Bellows naiU

Bicycles and tricycles, fittings for —
vii., rubber tyres, pneumatic rubber
tyres, out«ide covers of rubber, and
inner tubes, handle grips, pedal
rubbers ; also the following articles
when not plated, japanned,enamelled
or varnished, vii., drop forgings,
Btampings, steel balls, weldless steel
tabes with or without butted ends,
wood or metal rims (not bored),
spokes, forks, stays, handle bars, and
seat pillars, unbuilt, bracket shells,
folk, and stay ends, fork tips,
bridges, crowns, and lugs ; also ball
heads complete when not braced,
iududing all plated parts. Hubs
complete, plated or otherwise,
i'pTockets, chains and chain wheels,
whether plated or not, bottom
brackets, complete, including axles,
cups, cranks, and pedals, plated or
otherwise



Old Rates of Doty.



General Taxifl.



Tariff on Goods
the Product) or
Ifanufoocure of
some part of the
British Dominions.



All agricultural implements
and machinery, Free.



Free



All kinds of artificers' tools, free

Free

Free



Part 80%;

part

20 96 ad val.



Part

20%adTal;

part free.



New Rates of Duty.



General Tariff.



Tariff on Goods
the Produce or
Munutacture of
some pare of the
British Dominiona^



Free



Free to Mist \

March, 1908, ;

thereafter |

10 <^r. ad val. i



Free



Free
Free



20 % ad val.*



Free



♦ Rubber tyres, pneumatic rubber tyres, and outside covers of rubber and inner tubes are free.



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SnP»U!MllKT TO THE PQAKB OF TBASK JOXTBSAL,



C^kfw. m, 1»7.



DOMINION OF NEW 2EAL.AND>^^ii»^.



Koms of Article!.



Old Rate* of Duty.



Oeneral Taxitt,



Taritr on Goods
the Prodace or
ManufncCure tif
«>ome part of Ibe
Hniinh Dominions.



.Vfw naitti of Dutj.



Ocneral Xuiif.



ibg PrfrhiCf^ or

Manufiictureaf

NMnp pan of ow

Biitish L>oBiiBiasa.



Class Xll.— continued.

Beekeepers* tools, implements, and
apparatus — viz., metal fittings for
l]ieehives. bee smokers, wax extrac-
tors, rubber gloves, gloves of textile
soaktd in oil, queeu cages, comb
foundation, foundation machines,
honey knivep, honey extractors,
queen rearing outfits, wax presses,
tools peculiar to the we of bee-
ktepers

Blacksmiths* anvils, forges, and fans...



Bolts, and bolt ends, up to 24 inches
in length ; nuts, blank or screwed
nuts, black or finished nuts



Brass, copper, and tin, in pigs, bars,
or sheets ; also tinned hoops

Brass or metal tubing and stamped
work, in the rough



Caps, percussion



Card clothing, for woollen-mills, and
for paper-mills



Castings for ships ; also propeller-
screws, including only bosses and
blades



Cfiains, iron, plains or with hook,
swivel, or ring, attached



Copper, brass, and composition rod,
bolt, sheathing, and nails

Couch-roll jackets, machine wires,
beater-bars, and strainer-plates, for
paper-mills

Crucibles



Fi-ee
Free



All bolts and nuts, blantk or

screwed nuts, black or finished

nuts, fiee

Tinned hoops, not tariffed ;
other, free

Free



Free



Card clothing for paper mills,
not tariffed ; for woollen mills,
free



Iron plates, screws and castings
for ships, free



Chain pulleys and chains, free



Brass rods, Ice, not tariffed ;
other, free



Free
Free



Free



r Kree to 31st )
r March, 1908. (^
J thereafter |
f 10%adval. I



Free

Free
Free



Free to Hist j

March, 19u«, I

thereafter i

10%adval. )



Free



. Free to Hist j
' March, 190f , (
*i thereafter (
I 20 % ad val. 1
. Free to Hist )
I March, 1908, I
j thereafter (
I 10% ad val. )



Free



Free
Fiw



Free



Ftm



Free



Free



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^•v. 21, 1907.] SUPPLEMEirr TO TSE BOARD OF tSAi^fi JOtTElTAL.



63



DOMINION OP MESW ZElALANDK^itei^ii^.

SCHEDULE B^oanHnued.



Names olArtisiM.



Old lUtas of Duty.



General Itodfl,



Tiriff on Ooodd
the Froduou or
iLunufaoture of
some part of the
British DomijdoiKt



New Hates ol Duly.



Qeueral lanlL



Tafitr on OooJi
the Produce or
Honutacturv of
some part of tu«f
Kriti^ D-jroiiiiijiii»



Electrical materials— viz. : insulated
cable ftnd wire, carbon in block,
(beet, or rod, arc lamp carbons ; mica,
Tulcanite and other insulating
material, rubber or gutta-percha
solutions, insulating tape

EUctrieians* portable testing sets

Emerj grinding machines, and emery
wheeU ..^

Empty iron drums, not exceeding 10
gallons capacity

Engineers*^ and all metal^ or wood^ or
stone workers' machine tools or hand
tools^ not including brushes or
brushware .-



Engine-govemors

Eyelets ... -

Fire-engines, chemicAl fire-engines,
and chemical fire-extinguishers ;
also fire-hose and couplings therefor,
portable fire-escapes, fire-ladders,
fire-reels, and firemen's helmets, if
declared, to the satisfaction of the
CoUfqtor, for the- use of a fire-
brigade

Fish-hooks, unmounted, and without
attachments

Oslranisisg ba^hs, welded

Oas engines^ f^nd hammers, and oil
engines,.. *



Electric appliances,
10 % ad val.



. Free
. free

Free
Free
Free



Fire-engines (including
chemical fire-engine8)i
free



All kinds free



Free



Free
Free



Free
, Free to Slst )
I March, 1908, I
1 thereafter f
( 10% ad val. )

• • FM6



I Free to Slst \
I March, 19as,'
I thereafter I
[ 10 % ad val.



Pre©



Free



JTPOO



Free



20 9^ ad val. |



Free



Olassmakers* moulds

Hydraulic whe^l presses

Iron boiler-plates and unflanged end-
plales.for boilers; )x>iler-tuhes not
exceeding 6, in. in internal diameter
and unfianged ; expansion-rings ;
furnace-flues

IiOQ pipes, wrought and wood or fibre |
pipes, not exceeding 6 in. in inter- i
nal diameter, also knees, bends. I
elbows, and other fittings for same : i
cast-iron pipes not exceeding 9 in. in
internal dian^cter, also knees, bends,
elbows, and o ther fittings tor the '
same ; wrought-iron boring, casinj,
and lining \tubes^ for oil boring,
mining, or wbll-sinking purposes ...



Free
Not tariffed



Free



Fibre conduit

pipes and

fittings, 5 % ;

iron pipes and

fittings, 1\ %

ad val.



Fibre oonc^uit

pipes snd

fitting8,.6.%:

iron pipQ5.ani

fittings^ 5 9^

ad val.



Free



20 o/o ad val. (• Free



Free
Free \

; Free to 31st
I March, 1908 ;
I thereafter
I 20 % ad val.



Free
Free



Free



1-



20 o/c ad val \



Free



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SUFPLBUaKT TO THE BOAED OF TttADE JOOtNAI.. [Not. 21, MW.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND-<'«»("Mi«i-

SCHEDULB B—eotUinued.





Old Kates of Duty. 1


New Katea of Duty.






Tariff on Goods




Tariff on Goods


VamM of ArtidM.




the Produoe or




tiieProdooear




General Tariff.


Manufacture of

some part of the

BritiahDom^ions.


GenexmlTkriff.


Mannfaotmeof

aomepartofthe

^ritUfcDoaunkM.


CLA88 Xll.—eaMtinufd,








Iron, pig


Fre#


Free


Free


Imn, plain black — y\z., sheet, plate,
hoop, rod, bolt, bar, angle, tee,








Phun black. , Plain bUck,






channel ; plain iron rolled girders ;
rolled chequered places; u^fting,
plain foiled or plain turned, but


sheet, rod, boltjsheet, rod, bolt






bar, and plate, i bar, and plate,
20 % ad val., j fipee; other,










otherwise unwrought


other, free i free


20 96advaL


Ffea


Iron and steel cordage


20% ad val. < Fm6


SO^advaL


Ffea


Lead, in pigs and bars


Free


Free


Locomotiye wheels and tires, indoding


\




wheels and tires for railway or






tramway pasMmMer cars, coil spiral
and Tolute springs, suited for the






, Westinghouse brakes, tires )


Free


manufacture of locomotives, auto-


and spiral springs, free /




matic air pressure brakes specially






suited for use on railway carriages






and wagons


/




Machine saw-blades


Free


Free


Mach»Tiery— VU6.: dairying machinery
(iiclnling cream-separating ma-










chines, also coolers)


Free


Free


Vacuum pumps for milking machines






when hnported alone with the ma.
chine to which they belong






Not tariffed


Free


Fie»


Jlaekinery, mining and gold saving ;








also briquette-making and coal-








wadiing machine8,rock-breaking ma-








chines, Trommels* stamper batteries.








ore feeders, grizzly bars, steel shoes








and dies, ore-crushing rolls, ball








. mills, grinding pans, tube mi<ls.








concentrators and rubber endless








belts for same, battery screening,








woyen or punched ; also the follow-








ing machines, materials, and ap-








pliances when imported for mining




{ Free to 81st


1


purposes, viz. : —


Free


j March, 1908;


"-


Air compressors not including the




\ thereafter


motive power for charging the




(l0 9iiadvaL»


)


same ••• ••. ... •••
Chain links and rollers for con-








veyors, and conveyor belts of








rubber or fibre








Electric exploders








fans for mine ventilation








Filter presses








Fuel economisert








Hand pumps








Sinking pikmps


'







• Concentrators and rubber endless belts for same are to remain free of duty after 3^8t March, 1903.



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Not. 21, 1907.] SFPPMIMENT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOXTRSAL.



55



DOMINION OP NEW ZEALAND-^?*'*^**^?;
SCHEDULE B^-^continued.



Vames of Arti4e&



Class XIT. — continued.
Solution pumps made wholly of

metal

Steam jmnips haviDg a capacity
exceeding 5.000 gallons per hoar

Turhine pumps

Sliaft signalling gear

Steel or iron head frames for

mining shafcn

BoUery blanket not exceeding

3 ft. wide

Vaterial for filter cloths and plush

or other ttloth for gold saring ...

Medals, including only old or seomd-

hand war medals, humane societies*.

and other similar medals ; also old

coins

Metal jUtiugs, for trunks, portman-
teaux, travelling bags, leggings,
bags, and satchels



Metal sheaves, g^rooved metal pulleys

Metal tubes in the rough, havinsr a
slit through their whole length,
•waited for the manufacture of
fenders, bedsteads, gates, and the
like articles

Metal-wire of all kinds, plain.; metal
cordage not otherwise enumerated,
not being gold or silver ; also barbed
fendog wire, and fencing-staples ...

Metal wove wire, and metal gauze ;
also wire netting, and expanded
metal lathing or fencing, in the
piece

Metallic capsules

Meten,ga0, or electricity, being house'
iold supply meters

Meters— water

Motor engines for bicycles

Moalders* chaplets and dowels

Perambulators, and the like vehicles,

fittings for, not otherwise enumerated

Perforated or cellular sheet isinc or iron

Portable engines on four or any greater

number of wheels, with boiler of

locomotive type ; also traction en"

Printing type, and printing materials
not otherwise enumerated, suited
only for the use of printer*



Old Rates of Duty.



General TSiiiL



Tariff on Qoods
the JPruduoe or
Manof accure of
Bome part of the
Britiah Dominiona.



Nev Uatea of Duty.



Free



Not tariffed

Free

Metal sheaves for blocks and
chain pulleys, free

Not taiiffel



Iron wire, n.o.e., including
fencing wire, plain and bar-
-bed ; aldo wire of brass,
copper, or lead, free



Free

10 % ad val. I

20 Yo ad val. \

Blectro motors, 10 % ad val,

SO o/o free | 20 %




Oeneial Tariff .



Tariir on Ooode
the Produce or
liitnufacture of
some part of tlie
Brittshl>fnniniona<



"Free to Slst
March, 1908,

thereafter
10 % ad val*



Fr^e



Free



Fr.^e



Free to 31 St
March, 1908;

thereafter
10 % ad val.



Free

Free

Free to Slst

March. 1908 ;

thereafter

10 % ad val.

Free
^0 % ad val.

Free
Free



Free to Slst
March, 190S ;

thereafter
10 9^ ad val.



Free

Free
Free

Free

Free
Free

Free
Free

Free



* Concentrators and rubber endless belts for same are to len a n free of duiy after Slst March, 1908.



Digitized by VjOOQIC



56



SrrPLEMENT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAI..



[Not. 21, 1»7.



DOMINION OP NEW ZEAliANI>^'''rf'»«^rf.

80HBDULE B-^ontinued.



Kames of Articlw.



Class Xll.—eontinved.
Rails for railways and tramways, in-



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