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THE BOARD OF THADE JOUEXAL.



515



Tariff Changes and Customs ReguUulions,



AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH-<«^«^*««^rf.



Tariff
Item.



Articles.



General
TariflP.



Tuiff on goods

the produce or

manufacture of

the United

Kingdom.



292
293

294



295

296
297

299

300*301
303



Division IX. — continue.

Opium for medical purposes only under
the departmental bye-laws ...per lb.

Opium contained in aoj medicinal
preparation, when such preparation
would not be liable to a higher duty
under any other headings ...per lb.

Perfumery, including perfumed am-
monia ; toilet preparations (perfumed
or not, non-spirituous and spirituous,
when the dutv payable under item 8
is less than that payable under this
item) ; skin foods ; refined lanoline ;
refined glycerine ; petroleum jelly

ad yal.

Unrefined glycerine and unrefined
Umoline, camphor vaseline, not being
petroleum jelly, and plasters, adhesive
and all unmedicated

Essential I oils, and fat containing
extract of flowers used in making
perfumes

Sulphuric and other ethers.
[Item deleted.]

Division X.
Furniture, n^eJ., including any article
of wood or partly of wood, wholly or
partly made up or finished, and used
in any building or premises, including
hospitals, also show figures of all

kinds ad val.

These two items are deleted, with
efEeot from 6th December, 1907.

Lounges, settees, and chairs of
wood are dutiable under item 299,
and wicker, Itc, chairs under item 304.
Timber, viz.—
(a) Timber, undressed, n.e.i., in siies
of 12 in. by 6 in. (or its equivalent),
and over ... per 100 super feet
(aa) New Zealand pine, undressed,
of all sizes ... per 100 super feet
{p) Three-ply veneer „ „

(q) Veneers, n.e.i. „ „

(#) Picture and room mouldings ad val.
(u) Timber, bent or cut into shape,
dressed or partly dressed, n.e.i.

ad val.
The articles enumerated under the
sub-items (ft) to (ci) (r), and (0
of item 303 are to be admitted
free of duty when the produce
or manufacture , of the United



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30B.1



308.^



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Freeif



26 961

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Freel



86 %1



25 %1



6d.

6d.
5t.

38.

30%



25%



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6d.**
Free**
Free**

25%**



Free**



1 With effect from 6th December. 1907.
•♦ With effect from 6th December, 1907.



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THE BOABD OF TRADE JOTJBNAL.



[Dec 12, 1907.



Tariff Changes and Customs ReffuUitions.



AUSTRALIAN COMMON WE ALTH-^^^^^i^i^.



Tariff
Item.


Articles.


General
Tariff.


Tttifl on goods

the prodnoe or

mannteoton of

the United

Kinfdoa.


804

305
806


Division X,-^ontiiwed.
Kingdom, the rates of daty
under the General Tariff re-
maining unaltered. (See p. SO
of the Supplement to the
" Board of Trade Journal " for
]9th September last.)
[JVote.— The footnotes defining
"superficial foot" and "super-
ficial face** haTe been deleted,
and their application to the
various items expunged.]
Wicker, bamboo, and cane, all articles,
n.e.i., made of, whether partlj or

wholly finished ad val.

Basket ware, n.e.i. „

Wood, all articles made of, n.ci.,
whether partly or wholly f[nished;
including bellows ; sashes and frames ;
wire-doors ; window screens ; walking
sticks ; hods ; mallets ; rakes ; grain
shovels ; saw frames ; mitre boxes ;
wood bungs ; wood type ; wood rules ;
wash boards and knife boards ad val.


35 9^
86 9^


25 9^»*



♦* With effect from 6th December, 1907.

The following items have been passed without alteration : — 229
(Division VIa), 280, 232-3, 236 (/), 240, 242, 245-7, 250 (a) and
(6), 251, 254-7, 262, 264-6, 268 (b\ (c), (rf), and (/), 269-272, 273
(a) to (d), 274, 276, 280, 282-3, 286-8, 290, 291 (6), 298, 302, 303
(v) and (x).

For the rates of duty leviable under these items, see the Supple-
ment to the " Board of Trade Journal," for 19th September, 1907.

Information has also been received from the Representative
of the Commonwealth in London notifying
that a communication has been received from
the Comptroller>6eneral of the Commonwealth

Customs Department to the effect that " cognac " is accepted only as

denoting grape wine brandies of French origin.

The ** Commonwealth Gazette " for 21st September last contains a
Notice, dated 13th September, 1907, stating that
a drawback of duty will be allowed on New
Zealand pine used in the manufacture of butter
boxes, under certain specified conditions, when
used in the manufacture of articles within the



Marting of
Brandy.



Drawback of

Duty on New

Zealand Pino for

Butter Boxes.



Commonwealth upon exportation thereof.



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517



Tariff Changes and Customs Regulations.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND.

The "New Zealand Gazette" for 17th October last contains a
Ministers* Order (No. 852), dated 14th October,
1907, giving an extensive list of Decisions
under the new Customs Tariff Act, respecting

the rates of duty leviable on various articles imported into the

Dominion of New Zealand.

The following are the principal decisions given : —



Castoms
Decisions.



Articles.



Rate of Import Duty on articles,

the growth, produce or

manufacture of



Foreign
Count lies.



Any part of the

British

Dominions.



Agricoltural implements, vix., hedge trimmers,

hedge shears, hoes, rakes and trowels ... i

•' AniUne laundry blue " — i

As dyes

Apparatus for cutting and searing lambb'
tails— j

As agricultural implements '

Artificial strawberry-leaves used in making ;
confectionery — j

As artificial leaves atl val. !

Belts of conl for driving separatoi s —

As cordag»», n.o.e ad val. '

Blocks, metal, including blocks for boats or
ships —
As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal ad val.



Book -metals used in the manufacture of
loose leaf ledgers —
As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal ad val.



Boxed robes cut into shape but not sewn —

As drapery, n o.e ad val.

Boxed robes partly made up by sewing —

As apparel, u.o.e nd val.

Brass stamped lacqueretl husks for the manu-
facture of gasaliers, brackets, &c. —

As articles and materials suited only for
and to be used solely in the fabrication
of goods in the colony.
Brush-making machine, automatic, for tuft-
ing and holing —
As machinery, n.o.e. ad val.



I



Camphor in blo-kf —
As drugs, n.o.e.



ad yal.



Free.
Free.

Free.

25%
30%



20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30 %



20 % to 3l8t

March, 1908,

then 30 %

25%

25%

Free.



20%toSl8t

March, 1908,

then 30 %

20 % to Slut

March, 190«,

then 30 %



Free.
Free.

Free.

25%
20%

20%

20%

20%
20%

Free.

20%
25%



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THE BOAED OF TKABE . JOUBlf AI*.



[DdcU^lfOr.



Tariff Changes and Customs RegvlaHons.



DOMINION OF NEW 2U3ALANX>-<'i'^tir^.



Arficles.



Coffia-forniture —

As manufactores, n.o.e. of metal...ad ral.



Ck>llar-8tad6, washed gold —

As fancy goods ad Tal.

Coriander seed, ground or nnground —

As drugs, n.o.e. .« ad val.



Ck)aplings or sockets for wire rope for haul-
age purposes in a mine —
As manafiictnref, n.o.e., of metal ad val.



Dental appliances to include alaminium
blanks ; apparatus for the administration
of anaesthetics, including gasometers for
the operating room ; articulating-paper ;
articulators; cavitj caps, pins for tooth-
crowns, matrices and matrix-retainers,
regulating apparatus, regulating screws,
springs and swivels for dentures, suction
plates and discs, and other articles directlj
applied to the teeth or mouth for t^nporary
or permanent wear ; celluloid-moulding'
apparatus for dentures; chamois cushions
and trajs for sold-foil ; dental foot-power
engine ; dental swages ; dentists* silks and
threads, and holders for the same ; dentists*
dummy patient or dental phantom ; dies
and die-plates; drawpress for making
shells ; flask-presses and moulding-flasks ;
mouth gags or props ; pellet-holders ; pestle
and mortar of porcelain or glass, if (he
raortar does not exceed l{in. in diameter ;
rubber dam, clumps, holders and weights ;
clamps for use with absorbent or non-
absorbent fabrics; saliva-ejectors; sol-
dering lamps, annealing-lamps, and an-
nealing-trays ; tooth-separators and sepa-
rating-sticks ; vulcanisers for vulcanising
dentures ; vulcanisin^-flasks

The following goods claimed free as above are
to be classified as follows —
Brackets —

As manufactures, n.o e., of metal

ad val.



Bracket tables —

As furniture, n.o.e.



ad val.



Bate of Import Duty on articles,

the growth, produce or

manufacture of



Foreign
Countries.



Any part of the

British

Dominions.



20 % to 81st

March, 1908,

then 30%

80 9£

20 % to 31st
March, 1908,
then 80 %



20 % to 3lst

March, 1908,

then 80%



Free.



20 96 to 81st

March, 1908,

then 30 %

874 %



ao%

2096
20%



Free.

20%
28%



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THE BOARD OF TRADE JQURNAL.



&19



Tariff Changes and Customs Regulations.



DOMINION OF NEW !


ZEALAND-


Ofmtimued,




Rate of Import Duty on articles,




the growth, proiduoe or


Articles.


manufacture of


Foreign
Cour tries.


Any part of the

British

Dominions.


Dental bib0—






As apparel, n.o.e. ... ad val.
Dental chairs, head rests for chairs, dental


25 %


25%


stools—






As furniture, n.o.e. ... ad val.


87196


«%


Dental scissors—






As hardware, n.o.e. ... ad val.


30%


ao%


Blectric motors—






As electric motors ... ad val.


10 % to 3l8t

March, 1908,

then 15 %


10%


Spittoons and cuspidors, all kinds (self-






cleansing or other)—






As hardware, n.o.e., or eaithenware,






according to kind ... ad val.


30%


20%


Dressing-cases, although containing brushes






and mirror as fittings—






As fancy goods ad val.

Electric desk-fan and motor combined—


30%


30%


As electric apparatus, n.o.e. ad val.


20 % to 3Ist

March. 1908,

then 30 %


20%


Electric locomotive, claimed as mining ma-






chinery—






As machinery, n.o.e ad. val.


20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30 %


ao%


Foot-rot knives—






As hardware, n.o.e ad. vaL


80%


20%


Garden syringes—






As hardware, n.o.e. ad. vaL


30%


20%


Gas generators, acetylene—






As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal, ad. val.


20 % to 3l8t

March, 1908,

then 30 %


20%


Groats, all kinds—






As grain, manufactured ... percental


Is. to 31st
March, 1908,


Is.


Gun-wads of felt— *


then]s.2|d.




As articles, n.o.e., made of felt, ad. val.


20%


20%


Handkerchiefs, all kinds—






As articles, n.o.e., made of textile, ad val.


20%


20%


Incubators —






As manufactares, n.o.e., of metal, ad. vaL


20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30 %


20%


Injectors, vertical restarting, for traction and






other engines, when imported separately —






As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal, ad. val.


20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30 %


' • 20 %



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THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAL.



[Dec. 12, 1907.



Tariff Changes and Customs Regulations,



DOMINION OF NEW T^RAUmU-cantinved.



Articles.



Bate of Import Dotj on articlea,

the growth, produce or

manofactore of



Foreign
Countries.



Any part of the

British

DominioBB.



Labels, celluloid, bearing New Zealand manu-
facturer's name —
As articles and materials suited only for,
and to be used solely in, the fabrica-
tion of goods in the colony.
Machine, book-sewing —

As se ^ing machines

Machine, brush-making, automatic, for tuft-
ing or holing —
As machinery, n.ae ad val.



Machine, drafting —

As draughtsmen's drawing instruments

ad val.



Machine, lens-grinding —
As machinery, n.o.e.



.ad. val.



Machine for soldering tins —

As metal-workers' machine tools

Main -cocks —

As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal, ad. val.



Maypole soap-
As dyes

Metal sprinkler tops for bottles —

As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal, ad. val.



Motor vehicles, pumps for —

As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal, ad. val.



Motor vehicles, speed-gear for, when im-
ported separately —

As parts of chassis

Neckwear, articles used in making-up— viz.,
escur spriDgs, wire fasteners, stud fasteners,
French fitting fasteners, retainers, steels
1-in. and 3i-in., and Rodney cards —
As minor articles for making up apparel
Ornaments (not including bows or buckles)
for boots and shoes —
As articles and materials suited only for,
and to be used solely in, the fabrica-
tion of goods in the Colony.
Pads, boot-polishing —

As articles, n.o.e., made of textile ad val.



Free



Free



20 % to 3lst

March, 1908,

then 30 9^



Free to 31st

March, 1908,

then 10 96

20 % to 81st

March, 1908,

then 30 %

Free

20 96 to Slst

March, 1908,

then 30 96

Free

20 96 to 31st

March, 1908,

then 80 96

>20 96 to Slst

March, 1908,

then 30 96

#

Free



Free
Free

2096



Free

Free
20 96

Free

20%

Free
2096

Free

2096

2096

Free

Free
Free

2096



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521



Tariff Changes and Cuttonu Regulatioru.



DOMINION OF NEW ZKAlAHD-continued.



Articles.



Bate of Import Duty on articles,

the growth, protdoce or

manufacture of



Foreign
Countries.



Any part of the

British

Dominions.



Protcne flour —

As provisions, n.o.e ad val.

Kheostata —

As electric appliances, n.o.c ad yal.



Saddles and crampets for fixing
iron pipes to walls —

As hardware, n.o.e ad val.

Slide valves, brass, for traction and other ,
engines, when imported separately — <

AS manufactures, n.o.e., of metal ad val.



Surgical instruments and appliances to in-
clude Finsen light apparatus ; *' X "-ray
apparatus viz., vacuum tubes, fluorescent
screen, contact breakers and regulators,
also induction coils when imported with
and forming part of '* X "-ray apparatus ;
apparatus to measure, localise and direct
'' X "-rays ; first-aid hampers, boxes or kits
imported under a declaration solely for the
use of St. John Ambulance Association ;
hand-stretcbers or hand-litters; apparatus
for the administration of anaesthetics ;
hypodermic and obtunding syringes ; in-
struments and apparatus for the numera-
tion of blood-corpuscules and for testing
blood ; laryngoscopic and similar surgical
lamps not adaptable for reading ; ligature
holders, tablets and reels ; operating tables,
including adjusting apparatus therefor;
hip-rests, knee-holders, surgical stirrups,
operation pads, and similar articles peculiar
to use on a surgical table during opera-
tions ; fracture cradles ; surgical extension
and suspension apparatus ; sterilisers for
instruments and for surgical dressings ;
surgical needle-boxes and needle-cases ;
sui^cal sponges, sterilised or medicated,
in hermetically-closcxl glass jars ; tempera-
ture regulators with water circulation

The following articles claimed free as
above are to be classified as follows —

Ward furniture, dressing and instru-
ment cabinets, irrigators and irrigator '



20 % to Slst
March, 1908,

then 30%
20 % to 81st
March, 1908,

then 30 %



30 96



20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30 %



ao%
ao%

ao%
ao%



Free



Free



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THE BOABD OV TBABE JOIUBJXMM4.



[Dee. 12, 1907.



TaHff Changes and Customs Regula^ons.



DOMINION OP NEW ZEALANI>-<^^»»«*»«^



Articles.



Bate of Import Duty on articles,

the growth, produce or

manufacture of



Foreign
Countries.



Any part of the

British

Dominions.



stands, bowl and bottle stands, immer-
sion baths, immersion stands, glass trays
and dressing basins ; according to kind—

As furniture, n.o.e. ad ral.

As manufactures, n.o.'.'., of metal

ad yal.



As glassware, &c

Ambulance wagons and perambulating
litters —

As carriages, &c ad val.

Air-beds, water-beds, :iir or water
cushions or pillows, hot water bottles,
ice bags —

As druggists' sundries, n.o.e. ad vai.



Indiarubber urinals —
As druggists' sundries, n.o.e. ad val.



Syringes, enemas and douches (except
hypodermic and obtundin^? syringes)—
As druggists' sundries, n.o.e. ad val.



" Wddon's Ladies' Journal "—

As printed advertising maitter, n.o.e.

per lb.



Wire, screw-threaded, for fixing rubber tyres
to carriage wheels—
As manufactures, n.o.e., of metal ad val.



Wooden blocks for mounting electric-light
switches—
As woodenware, n.o.e ad val.



371%

20% to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30%

30%



30%



20% toSlst

March, 1908,

then 30%

20 % to 3lst

March, 1908,

then 30 %



20% to3l8t

March, 1908,

then 30 %



Zd. to 3l8t

March, 1908,

then Sfd.



20% to 31st
March, 1908,
then 30 %



20 % to 31st

March, 1908,

then 30%



25%
20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

8d.

20%
20%



The "New Zealand Gazette" for 17th October last contains a
Proclamation, dated 11th October, 1907,
revoking the Proclamations of 6th and
25th September, 1905, which provided
for the prohibition of the importation of
tincture of lemon and tincture of sweet
orange-peel made according to the standard
laid down in any recognised pharmacopoeia
' New Zealand.



Revocation of
Prohibition of the

Importation of

Tinctures of Lemon

and Sweet

Orange PeeL

into the Dominion of



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528



Twrif Changei and Customs RefftdaUans.



ConditioiiB

Goyerning

Temporary Duty.

Free AdmiBBion

of Bromise and

Iodine.

can be eflFected.



FRANCE.

With reference to the notice which appeared at p. 609 of the
"Board of Trade Journal" for the 27th
December last, respecting the temporary duty-
free admission of bromine and iodine for the
manufacture of certain products, the French
** Journal Officiel"for the 1st December con-
tains a Presidential Decree laying down the
conditions under which such duty-free admission
The products in the manufacture of which
imported bromine or iodine has been used mast be presented for
verification at the Customs-house in Paris within a period of three
months from the time of the importation of the bromine or iodine ;
and the quantities of such products which must be re-exported for
every 100 kilogrammes of bromine or iodine imported are fixed as
follows : —

Eilogs.
Bromide of sodium (anhydrous) ... ... 1 25*400

Bromide of ammonium ... 119'4?00

Iodide of sodium (anhydrous) 1 1 5* 1 50

ITALY.

The OflScial Bulletin of the " Direzioni Generali delle Gabelle e
delle Privative" for September, contains an
Italian Royal Decree, dated 11th July, 1907,
extending the privilege of" temporary importa-
tion " to sheets and tubes of iron, to be coated
with zinc, and even to be subsequently

manufactured into various articles of galvanised iron.



*< Temporary

Importation " of

Iron Sheets and

TuboB.



TURKEY.

The Board of Trade are in receipt, through the Foreign Office, o^
telegraphic information to the eflTect that the
duty on flour imported at Beirut has been sus-
pended until further notice.

The exportation of cereals from the Jeru-
salem Sandjak, of forage from the Boumelian
Vilayets, and of white and yellow millet from
Aidin, has been prohibited.



MeasureB

affecting the

Importation of

Flour and the

Exportation of

Cereals.



CUBA.

The Board of Trade are in receipt, through the Foreign Office, of a
copy of a Decree of the Provisional Governor
of Cuba, dated 13th November, modifying
paragraphs 162 and 163 of the Cuban Customs
Tariff, relating to cardboard, pasteboard, and
manufactures thereof, as shown in the following
statement : —



Bevised Import

Duties on

Cardboard and

HannfactnreB

thereof.



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THE BOA&D OF TRADE JOXT&NAL. [Dec 12, 1907.



Tari-ff Changes and Cuiiomi ReguUaioM.



Tariff
No.



162



Tariff Classification.



Rate of Dutj.



Former.



Present.



163



Cardboard paper, and pasteboard
in sheets —
(a) Cardboard paper, fine
cardboard and caidboard
coYered with glaied paper
or with fancy paper,
flowered, painted, embossed
or with any other kind of

fancy work

(V) Other pasteboard, and
pasteboard corered with
ordinary paper, white er
dyed, satined or not
The former tariff eUusifieativn
and rates of duty were as
follows —
Pasteboard in sheets —

(a) Cardboard paper, and
Jine^ glazed, or pressed card-
board

(>) Other pasteboard
Mannfactures uf cardboard paper
or pasteboard —
(a) Boxes manufactured from
cardboard paper, fine card-
board, or pasteboard, such
as has beeji enumerated in
Paragraph No. 162 (a) or
with paper ornaments, or
other materials which do
not chiefly determine their

yalue

{b) Boxes manufactured from
pasteboard, such as that
enumerated in Paragraph

No. 162 (b)

(c) Cardboard in sheets or
otherwise, with or without
tissue inside, impregnated
with tar, pitch, asphalt,
cement, or other analogons
material and used as roof-
ing for buildings

{d) Other manufactures of
cardboard paper, fine card-
board, or pasteboard not
specially mentioned
The former tariff classification
and rates of duty were as
follows —

Manufactures of pasteboard —
(a) Boxes of common paste-
board lined iDith ordinary



Dole. cts.



CSee below)



Dots. ets.



lOOkilogs* 3 50



1 00



100 kilogs.



(ft) Bomes of fine pressed or
glazed eardboara, or with
ornaments, or lined unth
Jine paper, and articles net
specially mentioned ,_^»



{See helow)



25 96 ad ral.



{See below)



100 kilogs. 2 60



26 00



100 kilogs. 7 0%



2 00



^% ad vol.



100 kilogs. 20 00



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Tariff Changes and Customs RegvlaUonSn



COLOMBIA.

The Board of Trade are in receipt, through the Foreign OflBce, of
H • ti Bn *^ extract from the Colombian " Diario Oficial "

*^^^^ tlT containing the text of new regulations for the

r 1 Wmi W navigation of the Magdalena and other Colom-

® ^*™ bian rivers, by which (amon^ other charges on

navigation) a special due of 2 dollars (gold; per ton weight
or measurement is imposed on foreign goods, and 1 dollar (gold)
per ton on native goods. Provisions are exempted from the pay-
ment of this due.

The text of these regulations, with a pr^eis and translation of the
more important Articles, may be consulted by persons interested,
at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Bioard of Trade, 78^
Basinghall Street, London, E.C.



VENEZUELA.

The Board of Trade are in receipt, through the Foreign Office,

- - of a copy of a Venezuelan Decree, dieted 14th

T Z^Z November last, imposing surtaxes on various

ni^p^rt^on ^^1^ ^^ importetion^into Venezuela, as

certain Articles. foiiQ^s._

SurtoiX of 10 per cent of the Customs duhj. — Maize, rice and
wheat in the grain; haricot beans, Lima beans, blackeye peas,
lentils ; hogs' lard, batter ; beer.

Swrtax of 26 per cent, of the Customs duiy, — Common bottles of
ordinary black or transparent glass suitable for bottling liquors^
sterilised milk and aerated waters; sheet glass or crystal, not
silvered, white or coloured ; potatoes ; saddle trees or frames ; raw
cotton ; straw hats, untrimmed ; brown paper and wood-pulp
paper.



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526 THE BOARD 07 TRADB JOURNAL. [Dec. 12, 1907.

SHIPPING AND TRANSPORT.

GERMANY-BELGIUM.

H.M. Embassy at Berlin has forwarded a copy of a treaty, signed

^^.. on the 15th August, 1903, and recently ratified,

Ctxm \ iA hetween the German Empire and Belgium, for

^ the establishment of railway connexion between

Louvain and Aix-la-Chapelle and between Malmedy and Stavelot.

(See also " Board of Trade Journal " of 5th September last, p. 470.)

FRANCE.

H.M. Consul at Lyons (Mr. E. R. E. Vicars) has forwarded an

«^ . . extract from " Le Salut Public " (Lyons) on the

A • Itn 1 subject of the efforts made by the Paria-Lyon

"^P^ - et M6diterran6e Railway Company towards the



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