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Slippers, Nos. 7
doz. pairs 98.
.doz. pairs Goloshes or overshoes
Boots and shoes of india.rubber
6s. Cashmere, lasting, or stuff.
3s. Boxes, cardboard or paper, including paper or cardboard
(with or without printing), cut into shapes for wrapping or boxing
25 P.C., a.v. Boxes or cases, viz. :-dressing, glore, handkerchief, jewel, scent, work, and fittings
25 p.c., a.v. Boxes, cardboard, containing non-dutiable goods, ordinarily imported therein.
Free. Bottles, glass or stone, containing a reputed quart or any less
quantity of spirits (not perfumed), wine, ale, porter, or other beer, and bottles containing aërated or mineral waters, doz.
6d. Bottles containing pickles
3d. syphon for aërated waters
Free. Bricks, fire ......
1,000 61 Brownware and tiles
20 p.cy, a.v. Brushware (except artists' brushes)
35 p.c., a.v. Buckets and tubs
25 p.c., a.v. Butter
ad. Buttering and oleomargarine. Candle nuts
ad. Caps. (See Hats.) Cards, playing
.doz. packs in sheets Carpeting and druggeting
20 p.c., a.v.
wheeled vehicles on springs or thorough braces, cach 410
horough Waggons, express
braces Hansom safety cabs
620 Single and double-seated waggons Waggonettes
420 Four-wheeled buggies Omnibuses and coaches for carrying mails or passen. gers
20 p.c., a.v.
25 p.c., a.v.
tors, children's carriages whether wholly or partially
25 p.c., a, v. Parts of carriages:
Sets of wheels (unbored and untried)
Any separate parts of carriages not specially, enumerated as dutiable or free are chargeable with such duty as the Commissioner may determine under section 5 of the Duties of Customs Act, 1883.
With tops »
Buggy tops (if of any other material) ...... each
passengers or goods across the frontier which have
may by any order from time to time approve.
and telegraphic materials)
made up Clogs and
"} Combs, toilet Confectionery, comfits, succades, sweetmeats
.pint or lb. Cordage (except unserviceable, when cut into lengths of
not over 3 feet, metal cordage, coir yarn, reaper and
sheet), housing and seizing lines and spun yarn, cwt.
Reaper and binder twine. (See Twine.)
.pint or lb.
scientific, and telegraphic materials) measuring outside the package as imported
cubic foot Engines, portable, fixed on a locomotive boiler horizontally,
and fitted up with wheels and shafts, suitable for trans
port on an ordinary road.. Engines, traction Eggs..
gross Explosives (except fine meal powder, not sporting, in bulk and in packages of not less than 25 lbs. each), viz. :Powder, sporting
other vessels, as under :-
ad. 25 P.C., a.v. IS.
id, IS. 6d.
Fruits, boiled or partly boiled or pulp
.. lb. green, being oranges or lemons
„skins, dressed or prepared for making up...... per lb.
second-hand, accompanying and in passenger's own use, up to £50 in value, and not imported for sale .. Furniture, cabin. (See Baggage ) Fuze, per coil of 24 feet or less, and in proportion for any
glasses, and optical, surgical, scientific instruments, and
and not otherwise enumerated (measuring outside
.::per cubic foot Bottles for medicines (measuring outside the package as imported)
...per cubic foot Other (measuring outside the package as imported) ,, Glass, viz.
Bent, over 6 inches square
Corners, cut, bevelled, or engraved
other than kid or leather
Barley, pearl and Scotch
Free. 20 p.c., a.v.
Free. 20 p c., a.v.
.. per lb.
25 P.C., a.v.
willow, untrimmed, and all such being both untrimmed
hats or helmets.. Hats, with foundation or frame and covered ..
caps, and bonnets, all other Honey.... ..(or reputed pint or lb.) per pint or lb.
10 pc., a.v.
.. per doz.
£10 o Ci 10 0 43 o
o 25 p.c., a.v.
... per lb,
Hoods, selt pull-over hoods and felt for the manutacture of hats...
....... per doz, Hosiery (except of cotton, linen, and elastic silk stockings
for surgical purposes or otherwise specified)
machine or hand-knit covering for the feet or legs, and
no other articles (sec. 7, Act 769). Implements, agricultural, including chaff cutters, cleaners,
corn screens, corn crushers, cultivators, drills (seed), harrows, hay presses, hay rakes, horse rakes, horse hoes, maize shellers, mowers, ploughs, reapers, rollers (field), root cutters, seed sowers, smutters, strippers, stump
extractors, threshers, wheat cleaners, winnowers.. Implements, agricultural, known as reapers and binders Ink, burnishing. See Blacking. .). printing (coloured) Inks, writing, liquid, or powder. Instruments, musical (except action work in separate pieces, including rails and keys), including second-hand : -Pipe organs and all parts thereof, including pianoforte
action, made up..
.each Jåms and Jellies
... per pint or lb. Jewellery (except cameos and precious stones unset), viz. :Rings of gold, finished or unfinished, but without
cameos or precious stones set therein .. per dwt. troy
All other, including imitation, also cases and pencil cases
gasaliers, otherwise dutiable as manufactures of metals).. Lead, sheet, and piping
per cwt. Leather (except crust or rough tanned, viz. :-Calf, goat,
hogskin, sheep, or kangaroo, when not exceeding seven
Do., viz. :-Kid, calf kid, mock kid, and patent calf
and paste grain skiver ...
leather, or any manufacture of which leather is the most
and portmanteaus, and leather cut into shapes n.o.p.
manufactured, lithographic stones, and stones for milling
and grinding purposes)..
each box :
tional 100 vestas or part thereof.. .. Additional
boxes, containing in each box:
.... per lb.
... per lb.
20 p.c., a.v.
Wooden matches :
100 matches or under
vegetables, extracts of, or concentrated
.pint or lb.
shalt tips, stump and finger joints, and slot irons used
Anchors. Anvils. Balances, spring to weigh up to 3 cwt. Bands, curtain. Bars, not machined and in the rough. Bell fittings. Bells, 6 inches and under. Bits (for harness). Blocks and types, printers'. Blowers for ventilating mines. Boilers, oval (cast-iron). Brassfoundry used in the manufacture of furniture. Bushes, patent roller, for blockmaking. Buttons. Caps, per cussion. Cast-irop, being oval boilers, camp ovens, digesters, kettles, brazing, fry, maslin, preserving, sauce, or stew pans; Danish, French, glue, oval, plumbers', stock, and three-legged pots; tea kitcheners or fountains. Chaffcutter knives. Chains. Chains, curtain. Cloth, wire over 36 mesh. Concentrators, Frew's (for mining purposes). Conductors, lightning. Copper and copper. ware, being, prepared plates for engravers and litho. graphers, silver.plated sheet, perforated sheet, rivets, washers.' Cornices in piece. Crucibles. Cutlery, iron or steel.
Detonators. Ligesters (cast-iron). Door fittings (except handles and plates). Fire-arms. Fittings (see bell, door, meters, pipes, tubes, window). Fittings, electric, viz., arc lamps without globes, carbons, incan. descent lamps, automatical resisters, transmitters, or transformers, and storage batteries. Fountains, tea (cast. iron)Furniture, brassfoundry used in the manufacture of. Hames. Handles, trunk. Hinges, except hook and eye and T. Hooks (brass). Hooks, cornice. Hooks, curtain. Hoop, not machined and in the 'rough. Iron, angle and T. Iron, sheet, corrugated. Irons, box and sad. Irons, stirrup.. Kettles (cast-iron). Kitcheners. Tea (cast-iron). Knives, chaffcutter. Knives, reaping machine. Latches. Locks. Lightning conductors. Machinery for carding, spinning, weaving, and finishing the manufacture of fibrous material, and cards for such machinery Machinery for telegraphic purposes. Machinery used in the manufacture of paper and for felting, including wire cloth and felts. Machines, viz.,