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Gloves of skin, with the exception of boxing-gloves, which are comprised in Class V Dutch batiste, light tissue (clarin"), knitted goods, zephyr, lawn, tarlatan, muslin, and all other fine linen or cotton tissues, made up into articles such as frills, ruches, infants' caps skirts, cuffs, chemisettes, and other similar articles and adornments not mentioned in other classes. Precious stones, pearls, and jewellery; articles wholly or in part of gold or silver; watches of any material, watch cases, jewellery cases and similar articles, even when imported separately. Books and albums, bound in velvet, silk, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, ivory, Russian leather, or with gilt or silver ornaments. Handkerchiefs of linen, or of linen mixed with cotton. Bookbindings, imported separately, and removable book covers. Feathers for hats and bonnets and other similar uses, and hearse plumes imported separately from the hearses. Silk, pure or mixed with other materials, and tissues of other materials mixed with silk. Cloth or tissues of all kinds, mixed or embroidered with gold or silver, real or imitation, with the exception of church ornaments or ecclesiastical vestments comprised in Class VII. Stuffs and tissues of wool mixed with cotton, made up as mosquito nets, hangings, curtains, and other articles not elsewhere mentioned. Tobacco, manufactured and prepared in any form, not otherwise mentioned. To this Class belong cigarettes rolled in tobacco leaf.

CLASS IX. GOODS WHICH PAY 20 BOLIVARS PER KILOGRAMME.

Placards, showcards, and handbills, printed or lithographed. Cigarette wrappers. Boots and shoes, and tanned skins cut out prepared for boots and shoes. Circulars, printed or lithographed; labels of all kinds, printed or lithographed, which are not attached to any article; printed visiting cards, with or without coloured designs. Fine and common cloths, cassimere, satin, knitted goods, flannel, alpaca, "cambron," bombazine, serge, lasting, and damask, of wool or of wool mixed with cotton, made up as men's clothing. Envelopes of all kinds, finished or only cut out. Hats, bonnets, and caps, trimmed, of every kind, for women and children. Hats of black silk plush, with high crowns, and similar hats of any material, including opera hats: hats simply cut out; hats of fulled felt, and all other kinds of hats, wholly or partially finished, excepting those of straw or its imitations. Advertising cards, large, printed or lithographed Tarlatan, silk, wool, batiste of holland, light tissue ("clarin"), zephyr, lawn, muslin, and all other tissues of linen or cotton made up into ladies' wearing apparel. Men's clothing of wool, linen, or cotton, with the exception of that mentioned in other classes.

THE IMPORTATION OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES IS PROHIBITED.

Cocoanut oil, starch, indigo,cocoa, coffee, molasses from sugar and honey, salted jerked meat, salt, sarsaparilla roots, silver, nickel, or copper money, and apparatus for coining money, unless imported for the Government mint.

FREE LIST.

Articles imported by order of the Government. Live animals, with the exception of leeches. Iron boiler plates, bottoms of boilers, gratings, rollers and apparatus for crushing cane, also axles and frames for the same, and native iron and scrap iron for re-smelting. Ploughs and ploughshares; hoes, spades; sickles, billhooks, and scythes; weeding hooks, hatchets, shovels, picks; "tasies and cutlasses with or without wooden handles, and machetes for lopping. Mineral coal; carbons for electric light; acetylene gas and trisulphate of lime. Barbed iron wire for fences and also hooks for fastening the same, as shown in the cliché contained in the Ordinance of June 13, 1894. Persona effects of Ministers and those of Diplomatic Agents of the Republic on their return to Venezuela. Baggage brought by passengers, with the exception of those articles which have not been used, and of furniture which will pay according to the class to which it belongs, subject to a rebate proportional to the deterioration which it may have suffered from use. The duty leviable on unused articles imported together with baggage shall be increased by 20 per cent., and if they come from the West Indies they shall pay 30 per cent. additional. Ice imported, by permission of the Gov. ernment, into localities where no ice factories exist. Printing presses and other typographica accessories such as type, lines, prepared printing ink, and white printing paper, neither sized nor gummed; also paper paste for manufacturing stereotype plates, and aluminium employed for stereotype printing. Machinery for use in agriculture, mines, weaving, saw mills, foundries, not otherwise mentioned: also machines intended for the arts and trades when a manufacturer imports them himself, after having justified the use he intends to make of them and having obtained previous permission from the Government. Parts imported for the purpose of repairing sugar mills and agricultural machinery are also included in this Class. Samples of tissues in small strips in quantities not exceeding 25 kilogrammes. and of wall paper not exceeding 50 centimetres in length, or of all other articles when they are imported in such dimensions and under such conditions as to be unsaleable. Legal gold coin. Products of Columbia imported across the frontier of the country provided reciprocity exists. Articles in which goods exempt from duty are imported, such as trunks, Gladstone tags, portfolios, blankets or cloths which are not thereby deteriorated in value, shall be weighed apart, and shall pay the duty to which they are respectively liable,

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COUNTRIES

whence Entered and to

which Cleared.

TONNAGE IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.

Tonnage of Vessels entered and cleared WITH CARGOES to and from Foreign Countries and British Possessions during 1904.

FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Russia:

Northern Ports

Southern Ports

Sweden

Norway..

Denmark

Germany
Holland

Belgium

France

Spain.

Portugal

Italy

Austria-Hungary

Greece

Turkey

Roumania.

Egypt

Algeria
Portuguese Possessions)
in Eastern Africa ...)
United States of America
Mexico, Foreign West
Indies and Central
America

Republic of Colombia

Brazil

Peru

Chili

Uruguay

Argentine Republic

China..

Java

Japan

Other Countries....

SHIPPING WORLD

TOTAL FOREIGN
COUNTRIES

British Vessels.

Entered. Cleared.

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Foreign Vessels.

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Cleared.

Tons.

Tons.

Tons.

Tons.

Tons.

1,054,417

380,775 202,903

Tons. 868,358 707,021 1,346,634 1,190,914 2,214,992 1,897,935 157,463 164,770 86,752 1,219,187. 244,215 365,092 1,360,332 1,675,540 1,741,107 2,040,632 206,549 1,240,743 970,252 1,443,646, 1,176,801 89,449 186,176 390,743 1,504,709 480,192 1,690,885 1,592,770 2,374,672 1,019,905 2.493,887 2,612,675 4,868,559 1,290,645 1,288,551 1,331,213 1,286,116 2,621,858 2,574,667 1,643,308 1,715,511 470,860 665,861 2,114,168 2,381,372 1,832,889 3,185,991 919,588 1,693,821 2,752,477 4,879,812 1,695,520 984,974 1,409,115 I 797,975 3,104,635 1,782,949 177,184 454,249 87,033 142,123 264,217 596,372 40,626 1,359,293

202,093 2,159,895

84,760 161,603

68,9:4

233,786

111,872

117,898

94,032

130,175

321,963

317,368

24,025 55,367

87,623

49,241

57,291

230,714 94,909 352,716 1,225,954 174,771 179,089 69,852 255,033 6,111,914 4,764,620

163,026 179,776 68,712

81,541 287,932
168,507 721,740

2,437
14,357 93,839
126,008 81,184 11,325
165,847 273,183
613

96,475

31,873

461,258

301,200

9,889

$340,287

1,409,153

1,224,123

214,374

1,309 302

245,519 15,964 32,992

26,851+

278,511

77,470

252,319

10,887
34,615 51,682 42,855 200,637
241,877 278,054 17,886 35,899 260,763
277,294 386,933 176,859 184,423 454,153 571,356

313,953

21,169,241 24,933,944 11,526,183 16,202,904 32,695,424 41,136,848

British and Foreign
Vessels.

35,340

100,668

Entered. Cleared.

15,291

188,075

39,087

85,179

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372.735

130,249

401,957 1,326,623

117.237

232,062 296,326

31,461 69,852 286,494

609,081 6,871,316 5,373,70

114,687 231,733

324,463

81,541

290,369

182,864

815,579

137,333

197.720

10,501

1,623,527

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TONNAGE IN THE FOREIGN TRADE-continued.
BRITISH POSSESSIONS.

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General Coasting Trade.
Intercourse. between Great
Britain and Ireland.

Total

1,131,010 1072,128

209,866 171,479 -398,464 312,057 84,733 409,874 820,524 1,130,768 238,778 421,610

6,637,852 6,959.353 608,621

Imports

Exports, Brit. & Irish Produce

TOTAL

British
Entered.

Tons. 22,282,219

Foreign Vessels.

9,554,510

31,836,729

16,086

TOTAL BRITISH
POSSESSIONS...

TOTAL FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND BRITISH POSSESSIONS.

Entered. Cleared.

Tons.
330,252

37,931

Year ended (1904 27,807,093 31,893,297 12,134,804 16,573.067 39,941,897 48,466,364 1903 27,448,501 31,316,424 12,454,516 16,033,542 39,903,017 47,396,966

December

1904.

Tonnage of British and Foreign Vessels employed in the COASTING TRADE (distinguishing those employed in the intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland) Entered and Cleared, with Cargoes, at Ports in the United Kingdom, during the year 1904.

Vessels Employed in the

£551,362,124
300,817,897

70,321,918

187,951

50,769 1,318,961, 1,122,897

2,577

21,999

14,044 212,443 185,523 3,152 420,463 315,209 281 62,314 85,014 472,188 1,554 30,998 822,078 1,161,766 20,865 9,990 248,768 442,475

370,163 7,246,473 7,329,516

Foreign
Entered.

Tons.

233,312

6,387

239,699

British and Foreign
Vessels.

Entered. Cleared.

Tons.

1,525,321

1903.

£542,600,289
290,800, 108

69,573,564

Foreign and Colonial
Merchandise

TOTAL TRADE £922,501,939 £902,973,961

Tons. Tons.
48,583 2,143-543

60,629 1,941 457 1,496,873

78,809

53,746 607,2€4

British
Cleared.

32,076,423

BRITISH IMPORTS AND EXPORTS IN 1904 AND 1903.

Increase or Decrease in 1904

Tons. 21,802,274

9,582,590

31,384,864

Foreign Cleared.

Tons.

31,628,393

£+ 8,761,835

+ 10,017,789

+ 748,354

£+19,527,978

231,136

12,393

243,529

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TONNAGE, POWER, AND ARMAMENT OF BRITISH WARSHIPS LAUNCHED IN 1904.

Armament.

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Where Built.

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Portsmouth

Adventure and Attention Elswick

Forward and Foresight Govan
Pathfinder and Patrol... Birkenhead
Sentinel

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Barrow

Foplar,
Hebburn,

Chiswick

Bk'hd,C'ws and Jarrow

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place-
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Length.

Beam.

Ft.

360 40 0

Draught
of water.

374 38 3 365 39 2 370 38 9 360 40 0

450 68 6 24 9 21,000 22

225 23 6

Ft. In. Ft. In.

Knots.

10 0-ш11

425 78 0 26 9 18,000 1854 12-in. 14 12 Q.F.

Q.F.

1 4 9'2-in.

480 73 6 270 23,500 22

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Speed.

↑ Above water

7,000

25

Heavy Guns.

251

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Battleships.

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VESSELS BUILT for the World's Navies and Afloat, March 31, 1904. [Compiled from Sir Charles Dilke's Parliamentary Return.]

2

Tons.

No.

Tons,

632,100 139 684,960
296,376 56 257,872
234,983 21 131,738
236,896 46 157,106
172,306
75,617
130,982 29 108,954
91,520

Cruisers.

130,800
29,260
66,544

77,982
62,914
193,180

13

31,700 I

10

41,020

37 141,262 2 5,784

Coast
Defence
Vessels.

125,760 66,132

26,177

30,504

7,294
146,580

3,000

Including the "Retvisan."

Special
Vessels.

8

24 233

26

No. Tons. No. Tons. No. Tons. No. No. No. 5,440 I 6,620 34 26,760 124 87 38,764 I 5,984 15 8,912 47,197 12,001

47 167

I

2,155

Torpedo
Vessels.

I

VESSELS BUILDING for the World's Navies, March 31, 1904.

8 23,650

T. B.

Destroyers.
Torpedo
Boats.

4,391

1,862

11,308

850

37 86 II 138

20 31 1982

14

15

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94

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10

56 21 141

14

38

18

TOTAL.

19

25

280.210

95,392
92,721
108,486
70,208

339,760
34,700

1,021,477

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